The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 16, 1949 · Page 10
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March 16, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1C, 1!)<I3 BLYTHKVII.LE <ARK.) COUKIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PIC ES BUILDING WITHOUT WALLS — Made of nmiml reinforced i-nriorclc. witli.,>:l vails, and (luce "dctlis" Iiisli. l^s !>i'rki"£ ta'.'S'' i» Miami. ' I-'-. l'« .1 fiUMcity of 3UO auloinuhik,. IN PRE-LENTEN CARNIVAL- A couple in the uniform of the- "Keil Sparks" j-iunl rcsl rhirins an inlnhiiic (if Ko^:e--Mu]iclay prc-lciikn carnivnl ji.natle in t'ulogne, Germany. PONCE PRODUCTS —Misrli KoniAU takt-s licr i-htiic-c of sfiocs. all niailo in tlic lirst shoe factory in licr oun (own of Tuner. 1'ucrlo Him. whii'li jjftj* iliiecs J.UDU pairs KNOWS.FIGURES — Today's aclroM.s an- easier lo flullif Ihiill rnllci-lisnn'd licAUlli'S at II"' uasl. says Alary O'llrlni, Mlldio u:Milruljc kit-ad as she measures Mim.i I'u-i man, llully^ null, TIE FOR TIBBETT— i.^urrnrr THibrtl Is lillnl l»y N.inty \;ilr-s \vilh :i rnlnr-i'iiiiihiiKiliun tir iiUrnilnl Lo suinit:inl Lho tlinnct jiii'kt'l black lie, it n. Ncu Vtirk lablilun urcvifiv. OVER AT SIX PERT Jump bar ill (i fret, ti inches In (Ic:u"> llio blgU i. Nc'\v Vuilt., UP IN THE WORLD —Stirltcr \Viiili'! 1 -. yinnii! arlirss, litlrs tlic ll.dir.-lnol llalily H' .inilLiili rhalllirt In UK- snininU yil'lt "" n sliiini! vaollml ill 6UII \'allvj, llJalio, ' P L A Y T I M t K U K NEHRU — Vamlil Jawaharlal Nrlirll, I'rimc .Minister of India, lulus a children'* Kl'oiln lllirlne hl» visit uilli L'umilc-Mi Muiiiilb.illi-n at Kinukshctrii rctngcc campj M Y3JX CROCHETS IN BED <• m BICYCLES INSTEAD OF A U T O S-fomnnilcrs who live outside the city of Taipch, ^ on the island of Formosa, leave their bicycles at the. 1 railroad station before boardins trains.! WIFE I N V DEAR WIFE —\\ni. IInlrlrii, and wife, Flrrnda iM.i'vhi.ll, -.(inly his movir, "De.if \\ ik 1 ," in \vhleli she p4ayg. • — David Junes, 2!l. "f I'lllslin! sli, Uours daily lor sneiulinc inuin-y. LITTLE BIG TO P-.ln l.yn llanseii, 2. lin.K l'.n>»- IMIIU.III.-.I-- sliirc as fiisflnalini: ." Hit- liic linns. U has r.Utl nuK. I'D "... I I HI r hll' b'jl .'I ,1 Chicago and ^UU ju'i lormcrs. {, \ 0 0 T S I E OF S K A C IT _ Tnotsit, nf Ska B il River, Wash., calls on .Mrs. \Vanrlia .Miirdhy for n ba'niloul Rrseued »s fawn, loutsie is ;i ]ict anil wears red ribbon during lumliiie season. ^ffitfeXtv..'.' BALL TOSSER — Sieve O'Neill. Bnh Ftller and Sre.ikrr (I. to r. in nni(orm) nf the Clevrlanrt Indians, test a device (or firing basebjllj to ficldcri or hitlers, at Tucson, .\ni. MEET AT THE FAIR— Bobby Weaver. I. nukes (lie ,ini;iaint;utrc nf Unbhie the r.ibliit and 1'Stnrhe the (isli. l>ev\ry ,«nd ./Vlmy rubber lu>i cxliiliiled at Hit American To; lair In .N. V, Ryliiici .lones checks a GOOD NEIGHBOR— DC. . . V mill'in City store ns Kirhrmmd. Ind.. officials served In Ihe nf»r-: l,v ton 11 ulii'lc residents chci-rcil tlieir basketball Iwm in_>luncl«V