The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1949 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 8, 1949
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE m.YTIIKVn.l.R (AUK.) COURIER NEWS TIIUKSDAV, DKCKMBKR 8 Wight, Fnda to her burial enured fro - WATERY GRAVE—Proudly Hying u ,• , , '" Ol " wooden warship Implacable K ,,,- s down in the «,> i ,nd after bwiig scuttled by (he British Navy. inset shows I c Vl ,]„, i sue. One of two ships siirvivim; the la,nuns bailie of T, ,f ,?-.r t r m the French by tl, R English. Naval leatosof both em,"., £ atiemt 1'"1 m which the rolling relic was sent to the bottom. " "LOOK, NO TORSO!"—This "Reclining w tached ;IM about her if in ah ruction of the Hoy: Aitists' winter e.\liii>i!i>in in \.<im\nn: The s:ii-r was creattd by F. F. ftlcWilliai f)ni;in" wilh a cfe- il Snt-ioty of British 'ourul wootl-cyi vinjj SI •& AI)I>ITIO.V TO ARKANSAS OI'I'ICIAI. J'A.M II, V- Goi. find Mis. siil .McAhilh Inok al Uici,- son. James Bruce, born Oi-i. 25. He is tlieir thirci MHI and tins is tho lirst phnlnsraiih of the youngster. James Biu c9 Is the lliai baby bom to an Arkansas governor in olfice fincft 1801. (Al 1 Photo>. STUDY . i dry, and IN "HANG-DOG 1 tile other lounging re! •sK}3. : :S3-K:»B"i>:,3i«5v.v-.--vi- .••.•.•««x">.-.v..- • •- LCi.;:. J.U;i.Ev^!& : :Si±;L§~?J': : -"- 'j :i' .'••••'-;.-„,. '.'•. , " ' EXPRESSIONS—With eiijhl of her nine pups h.-in-'iii- in the tub, "Mischievous," a Boxer bcloniMm; lo Art Vra iuxes after * hard day over the scrub iionrd.' ill Chica LITTLE GOODY TWO-SUE—This dual personality, fellows, is SKILHL^C Sue, a "ici-n liver turtle (rom Louisinna, currently al the Commerce Building aquarium in Washington. Tuo-heoded Sue tukcs tlie place ot Super Dlnjuond, another split personality who couldn't gel along with himself and so passed away. Sue has no jsuch trouble. Her tuo heads get along famously. OOVKitXOK'S llAXSION-This Colonial-type brick mansion ncnrins completion !n Liitle Rock Is lo be ihc permanent home of Arkansas" governors, it is expected to lie ready for occupany early next vcir and Gov. Sid Mc-Math will be the first executive to occupy the li-room residence. It'cost an eslLumted SlQi.UIH). (Associated Press Photo). heen. itche! Field, N. Y. Now. John Edward is the Iher "fth cr --, „- „,. ---o,,. ,e ' AMERICAN MINIATURE-U. i n, u lirlitwcight car built to sell for.aboin SSOU, xv ,s mHodn.ed ,n bin Diego. Calif by its des.^er. •(-. P Hall. 1 he ci, „«.,!, oulj 775 ponnds. has a top f -ted ot 4» mncs an hour md c n M l <:> miles to a gallon of "as Jl.lil says. II is i.uilt lately of alniijinuin alloy ajid plastic materials. r plcnly of lesl. Euild up your •esistonce before co!d strikes. Keep your diet varied; but eat moderately for digestion's sake. Dress right Lioht dollies for j hard work, heavier ones when idle. ' /pa^^^//^^. -' r\ V->;^^4c. "BRIDE OF LIGHT'—Norma Freeman. 20-year-old Chicago fashion designer, was crowned America's "Lucia Bride," or 1 'Bride of Light." at ceremonies in Chicago. She wilJ fly lo Kfock- holm for the ancient Swedish litua] marking the hcyi rming of the Christmas season. SIIIHI.Ky 'rKSTII-'lKS- Shirley Temple, with Attorney Gforgc Stahlman at her side, tells a Jnt |<;e nl I.os Anscles. that her niarriage lo Actov John Asa. « : ,.s ••M:j- m ..!nif herause he paid tor, nuu-h attention to oilier women, she am ihc tiivorce. She and the handsome actor married m 1015 when he was ;..„. Army sergeant. IA IAP Wircphotoi. Keep clean Always w os h >ou , hands Gel outdaoi exercise. When indoois Mate rouchng focxl or eating, | C | i.csh air and sunshine ,„. ' HOW TO WHIP A COLD~Six w*vs lo lessen lh f dance, II, a - ,, llln:lii,l«i ..hove Doctors .IR,-,-.. tlu.1 no mnmally active u, ',.','• , coid, tail much can lie done lo mirnrni/e the dani;ei and to k«p a When cold $tents, get lo bed anil stay there as long as you can. "union txild wilt iii i ompleUly av tola from dev e^u ,, X-RAY-lntrocinccd Io members of the Radio- I h' y v° f N °"" Anu '"« '" convention in Cleveland. O.. ridivio-,"™ ''?' " 1 " c ! li11 * "'"<•" Pi'ovidcj the widest range of Hoc r ° V u°J,":i eCl '"'' ^ M " Rlc " nil Developed by General , ich ne, ' 1C , Maxi1 ™' 250. the tipil actualls- is three •oiwS'.Tsn'fS.fl Tc"n n i e ef':« y -; al ™?', agra ""<*"? - frorn ueatir M,U V e<l (or a Wlllc variety of X-rav ^",,'.r 1R " >S fl '° m " tott " r "- vs [or ski " disea.os lo mos't ... . n-iieiiating rays for treating deep-seated malignancy. ELECTED BY MAYORS- N'ew presidcnl of the AmeriiNin Municipal A??ocialion i? Mayor Quigg Ke^'lon of Denver Col., above. Newton was elected at the recent AMA convention in Cleveland. O.. to succeed Mayor deLcsseps S. Morrison oj New Orleans. - II t x-/. " r; •' . ,«i^-St,'. i iU'3*i-a.wJ^.^:l3fc lt.\N(, s FIIOM tnil.ITV MNKS-Honald Bijant o( Muncie. !nd . hurled high in the „„ as his antomohile rolled over onl of control near Alexander. Ind.. hangs unconscious on telephone wires. Alexandria flu-men are oir-paring , o lower him. He died half an hour later m ail Anderson hospital, up Wircpholo).

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