The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 8, 1947
Page 4
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SATURDAY, MAUCJI .8, 1947 BT.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NKWS PAGu A Blissful Kiss Greets Hermit COURIER ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ H ^^ D ^^H B ^^ \ After 30 Years in the Mountains v 5 PRESENTS N PICTURES Rebuilding of St. Patrick's Cathedral Nears Completion HUSTLES TO ISAKK FEET—Smith College sludcrtc at North- liamplon, Mass., review the College's history in women's sly!?s. Jolita Ci>up,hlin (left) model's a 1804 number; Nntalic Cull (ririhtl werivs the best of 1G79. Elice Burch, the bare-footed girl {ecnlcr). likes Iho modern "Portuguese" plaid dress best' FIRST (VAC BKIDK in Japan is Vivian L. Buyer, a sergeant from York, Pa., who married S/Sgl. A. R. Moyer, Franklin, W. Va., at Yokohama. She anil her -;ow husband will stay in the service and live in Japan. UERM1TING WAS NEVER LIKE THIS—Noali Rondeau, 03. spent 30 years as hermit in the Adirondack Moiiiilmns. Then ha came to Mew York City where actress Ark'en Wholnn slipped him a kiss. Itomlcau rolled his eyes and mused: "It was thu blg- licsl (lirill I ever got." OLD SAILOR—Peter Peterson, CO, Manislee, Mich., still lets the breezes of Lake Michigan blow tf.rcu;;:-, his life. Retired after 40 years of fishing on the lake, he now makes model boats and lun-.s them loose. Viking I, predecessor to Viking II (above), took a week to cross from Man- islee to Kewanee, Wis., on the opposite shore. Frank dcmon- AIIMiOISNE HAIH-DO—Hair stylist Thomas .._ strates that altitude lias nothing to do with style. He's fixm); the tresses tit Lais Klein in an airliner high over Chicago, much to the delight of pilot R. E. Jones who has left Hying chores to his co-pilot. USING ROME KIVKR—These Romans watch silently for signs that the swirling Tiber River if rcca.»)!r. Already (hey have packed a few l)L'Ion K ings t u nee from the flood i'f it' rc ts \vors . lucamg mountain snows and heavy winter rains filled Hie river basin above flood stags' S 13,000 POOOLE—'-Bud," seven-year-old dog owned by Mrs. Hairy Gohlfarh of Bosl«n, will bb worlh tlial amount son:o fiay. Mrs. Goldtavb sigr;od over the monoy in w r ai bonds to bor pel because he's the only family she and her husband iiavo. NJiW HKAUTV N KVf HEAUTV—The slow, pninslnking job o( refurbishinK Hie exterior of si. Patrick's Cathedral; •• cw York Oily, is at last ncnrlng completion. Tlic project wnn s'.nrlcd-in Sept,- 10'I5. Now trio,.. ., . exterior neMlfuldini; has been removed antt only a lilllc work remains to be done-, WIDE OI-riN-Johnnl Dratton (left), ciuciifo lij'htwciyhl, throws a long-range left at Brook-'" lyns Danny Kapilow during a 10-round bout in Chicane. Bratton won a split decision. " '" TO I! OH tt'OUK—Movies are not all gl.'iniotir. Newcomer Tanis C'h:irullrr takes time out i:i Hollyiuxifl from her role as :t taxi Oanccr to casi| licr liicJ-fcct. VATICAN STUDENTS—Joseph Kawnguclii (left), 23, o£ Naga- • saki, and John Sawada, 27, of Tokyo, son of the former Japanese Ambassador to Brazil, nro among Hie flist Japanese students K-- lor the urksllicod to arrive at the Vr.lican since 1940, i ._ 1J J

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