The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1951 · Page 23
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 23

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 13, 1951
Page 23
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I IHUKSPAY, DECEMBER i«, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Glass Hobbyists Have Some Strange Bottles By miCHABD KLEINEB lowing: NITW YORK. (NBA) — Three A flashlight, made from an olive cheers for the lady from Minneap- jar. You have to screw a bulb Into olU, Minn., who has found a new the cap,.slick in a couple of bat- u*. lor old pickled herring Jars, terias and hook them up. The light They mak* dandy terrariums for supposedly flashes on when you rowing ferrn and things like that tl e hUm the cap and turns off when —II you happen to need a terrar- you loosen it. Pint, or course re- him and have a stock of used pick- move and eat olives: l» herrl ! 1B ^ ars ' , A P |ckle J ar was magically turned There Is also cheering news for into an aquarium. It was a big people who have been wracking pickle Jar, to allow the fish room to their brains wondering what to do swim. A gherkin Jar won't do, im- wltn their empty embalming fluid less you have some gherkin-sized ef^lw. Stacked on end and stuck Fish. ilTieirunt, they make * /me stall Beer bottles, apparently the most shower. versatile glass conlainer, were seen These tidbits of useful knowl- as lamps, vases, ash trays, statu-' edge came to light when the Glass eltes and glasses. The latter is an Bottle Blowers Association held a ingenious contraption, made by contest to find new uses for old cutting a'beer bottle in half. Then boltles. There were more than 500 the top part ts turned upside down, entrants, who had turnsd old hot- inserted in » block of wood, and, ties into everything from statues presto, you have a dainty piece of to false teeth holders. , hollowstem ware. In colors,' too. Since every decent American A J ell >' J ar be^me a bird house, home has a cache of old bottles in some baby food Jars matle a sewing the basement or attic, these tips snelf ' a fruit J" r was transformed on how to transform useless old into a P'*SV bank, the inverted bottles into handy things like ter- '°P °' a wine ' UB became a cantlle- rariums and false teeth holders stielt alld a coffee Jar was turned «hpuld come In handy. '"to a graceful va«?. Among the entries were the fol- There ts apparently no limit to the use.i for old bottles. They were cut in half to make wall planters, decorated on the outside to make dolls, painted on the Inside to make vases, covered with leather to make humidors and broken into pieces to make pictures. Ths picture out of broken glass was created by smashing bottles of different colors. Then the glass BANKER—Berla Simpson, Oakland, Calif., won first prize with, this caricature on a bottle.' chips were arranged on a canvas background and glued in position. With the light reflecting on the hundreds of pieces, the result was effective. One woman wrote in that sl)e had found a charming use for old fruit Jars. She puts up fruit in them. NEW empty, gla&g. I.IFE — When bottle's It's cut up to become a Poor. Memories Costly to Ohio COLUMBUS, O. WV— State Auditor Joseph T. Ferguson claims the state of Ohio Is" losing $400.000 a year because drivers hava poor memories. That's because new Ohio drivers' licenses are good lor three years and expire every three birthdays. Previously all licenses had to be renewed during the same perlor every year. Ferguson claims thousands of drivers have failed to get driving permits because they can't remember when the old ones run out. Be- fore, they were reminded daily by newspapers and radio stations during the reeular renewal period. 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"Presidents .Vho Have Known Me," Allen tells low he predicted that Jke would et the job of European commander purely by accident one night t » big dinner. When his predlc. ion came true, he says, everybody n London thought he was a great riend of the General's. Friends Help Out Allen writes: "The fact was that I ,ad met Eisenhower, if" at all, only n the most casual way, although Mrs. Eisenhower alld Hfrs. Aden were friends. But I breathed easier when I got a message from home tiling me that my old friend Hary Bulcher had been appointed sisenhower'a aide. "So when Eisenhower and Butcher arrived. I stated my problem. I told the General he and I were supposed to be old friends. He seemed amused by my plight and said he'd gladly take me off the hook." "In fact, he'd put on a demonstration of our comradeship by tak- ing me to lunch at Clarice's, where our association would be witnessed by a maximum number of Important »nd efficient gogslps." The association of th» two men bloomed from there. That leaves only the possibility at Sen. Toft's election /or Allen to worry about is far as a continuing White House welcome Is concerned. And he Is not entirely out in the cold at the Taft camp. Allen is a member of the board of directors of the public relations and advertising firm of Kill and Ktiowlton which has a connection with Taffs campaign and Is supplying Taft a public relations expert who Is on 'raft's payroll. In addition. Taft has a secret fondness for Allen. When Taft tried lo block Allen's appointment to the HFC, Allen ended up putting Taft In stitches of laughter during the hearings mid winning his approval. Allen stoutly denies that he ever acts as political adviser to any nf his close friends. If he does advise Ihem it's the first time in u. s.l political history (hut Ihe snme man is adviser to most of the presidential candidates. If he doesn't advise them it's singular enough to be ucst friend to so many of them. 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