The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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PAGE TfiN THE ASSO BI.YTIIEVIU.E fAKK.) COURIER NFCWS TUESDAY, DKCEA1HER 6, 1949 SS NEWS IN ,«v. ' \ \ \ \,*J %*•'!-, IL ») f\ ^~ \ f \ \ . ^ ' A t i s <" £ V ^ * x "" f&g x PLANE-BOUND PRIZE PACKAGE S_ n rff ,,ri,e ,,,ini:,.Hr, n,«,il,,:. Pel,.r, Do. do and Jacko, t'arbcd in blue and maroon jackets, wait it l.iuiuon Ainroil fur a iibm u, AI.HIU.I. ,. i &;\ |^A S v ,'\' l> & \;f < EAST AND WEST MEET— Esther Williams, motion picture star, admires a Tialr ornamenl worn liy Kinuyo Tanaka, first lady of Ihc Japjincse screen, during a Imiclicou to the Oriental aclrcss in Holly\vood on a tour uf United States. RAINY DAY HAT — Tins fVH latticed bonnet, ticro- tiiU-'tl \villi its own tiny umbrella. as a warnitii; againsl IhifuteniiiK \veallnT, was display c>d lit a fasliion S!LQW in l.omloii. VENETIAN 1. A C E M A K E R _ An old woman works or, Jjwantinc: desisn at Venice's Jcsurum .School u'bere some uf lite famous GREEKS V/ELCOME CRAD Y—Hrnry F. Grady. I!, s. Ambassador to Greece, is carried bhouMer-iiuih by Creeks on liis arrival at Salonika for a \vi:ek-lrmir lev.lurs" tour of Ihe.lr coiintrv. fi '. ; : > t,\v "ty > xS /Y ~* -%S? pt.j' i 'S ( : . : ^!ii^ ^j LONDON SEES HAT T"R"|"C K_stceplejack Syd- ii''v I,;irU'm rlimljs ?> ! 0-fnot spirit of .St. Stephen's itn l,OMcli>n*tf Jtoust- uf 1'ai liLiuiL'iit, to remove' pulJci: Jielincl disiinvere/l AL imi- . f . • \ IN NAVY POST John I'\ FlolierR (above). 31. of (.'hii'tigo, wartime Navy Risniiery olliccr, lias been appointed Assistant .Secretary of llir Navy for , Air l>y i'lesideiit TrutnaiL FIRST-FAMILY HAIRDOS- Mrs . Franklin D . Knnscvrlt ant! iVIiss Jlarffarcl Truman, liallghlrr of Prrslrlenf and Mrs. Truman, show their nrw short hairdos as they chat during Newsuauer \Vonicn's Club dinncr-tiancc at \\'aldorf-Astori*. N. K, a tnlile nunU-ri] reiiltri IJK are jir BEAR OVER B'R O A D \V A Y —A bine iKlimn-fiHed bear floats over Broadway in miit-limn New Vmk dnrini; anniuil ^laey Thankssivinir "ay parade \\atclicd by tlmnsamls of v>eoi>le. PORTABLE THEATER — Ttir- Aln-rnlnsl fal>nvr.) in Hnmbnre. Germany, is an aluminum portable tlicatcr will] a sl.lRe 10 by 06 ttct and sc.ils for 1,^00 and tan be assembled in 11 days. A i i ""^•sA :t-2fs ^» .«WtBC j ***. f n->" K • ^ .. v-V * v H 0 P1 CRAFTSMAN iirst N:tqmyniini.i, llopl ln- .siivcrsnxiih. formerly of on a', dr ror.it rs liis hanii- ( v ^^l^^'r jowrlry uilh Tiuli.in Hilifs at ^^lOll in C'liicaco, Is *? ITALIAN 'HOUSE HOTEL fur oicu anj \\^,nu-;i. A tyutn, iiolcl" Vuill In Milan li.is sriMralr srotixn'! Iivt tlnll.iu niuntiily, no\\ r cusls l\\cnt/* MOTION PICTURE PIONEER — Cecil B. llcMillc (eentet) receives the "Pionetr nt (I. e Viar" award at tbc Motion Picture Pioneers trnUi annn ers.n v dinner in New York. liev. James K< ilir (left) leader o( The Clirislopliers, and Justice Ferdinand 1'cxoia (riehl) ucrc siieakeis. (^V^ >ip ~v>?i FUR FARM ER_y»nin« Plait sorls arui grades chinchilla pells after'lanniint, at a ftir- brrcdinK farm in GarrJcna. Cal., where mink anrl cliinrliilla are raised for the market.

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