The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 3, 1947
Page 5
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SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1047 UKK.) (JOU1UKR NRWS Seven Cars Wrecked in Los Angeles * During Mi!e-A-Minute Chase COURSER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD EWS IN PICTURES President of France Auriof French Possessions in Africa SMASH-UP, THE STOKV OF A WUECK—These arc Ilircc of seven cars Uiii were wrecked (luring a GO-inilcr-aii-Iioiir chase through Los Angeles streets. The.'chase ended when the car at right, driven by Ellsworth Weil, suspected of auto tlii-fl, collided head-on with the nulomobilc in the center. Then both smashed into the parked vehicle at left. Weil later committed suiciile. /:v*^v** r '<« *f*<'ikJ; NOW Sllli'S IIAl'l'V — Holly Person |(ivcs Memphis, Tenn., • HUTclianl C'nrlis ,lonc;i n hii; IIIIK for cutting prices in his dress shop III per cent. In kroplnft with President Tinmnn's sugRestion ' many businessmen thnniiihonl Hie couiHry ai'e starting to slash prices to (inlit inllnlion. "HI1CIIESS ANNE"—It's nn old ceremony, hut a new thrill for Simono Oicquel (right) who is about to be crowned "Duchess L Anne of 1(1)"" by Melle Ynnick Guiblin in Paris. Kach year a ' girl is selected to re-inn as Duchess Anne, a legendary llguri! of Britaimy folklore. U'hoto by Kalmim Wo.yner, Acme staff O1JCI1!—Hal Wanner <jf Ihc Uoston lied Sox rubs his head after bfini; slruck by a ball wliilc charginij into second base iri [ the scvrnlli innini! of a ganie at Yankee Sladiiim in New York City. Phil Kiz/nio of the Vaults stand.? by as Umpire Bill Summers comes ii]i to L-arn tlio dol.ii!-?, KJX won, 1-0. LOW i:r:!I)f.ii:—Movers had to inflate the tires of this truck lo squoe/e it and its carj-o, the fii:u-!:i;{i; of a Constellation airliner, under the overpass (linek^round). The fu:;chi|;e is from a plane that was wrecked when it overshot the Washington, D.C., airport last month. H ia bein" moved to Philadelphia. GtSAXD^IA WIM- LOOK AFTKK THEM—Diana Bushaw, four, maltes sure her btotlier. Kicl;ic, three, and Boots, their <iaci;s- liuiKl pup, nr<: on their best beliaviur. They re waiting in a I.-KT Angeles crjiilt wheie their BrciiKlinolher. His. Kr.thryo Busii.T.v, rt.'l^cd the court for pcimission to r.dopt liic ycunijitcrs. SIIOEM'-SS — Jockey -Duke Solono, 11, \\nie no shoes and only one sod; when he rode ''Baby Sis'' to victory in the Kpecir.i Quarter-Mile Race at Florida's Gulklream Tar!:. '• FUF.NCIl VUKSIOEST IN AFKICiV—Prcsirtcnl Vincent Auriol ot France hands with Lnmine Gueye, Senegal deputy, as he disembarks at Dakar from the 3.5,000-ton battleship Richelieu durinc his lour of French African possessions. The French President is studying colonial problems. KTY1,K IS A MATTER OF CHOIl'i: in Africa. This native from Lobatsi, South Africa, figured a thrce-li gi;ed cooking pot fllltd v.Uh old s.hocs v.-a.i just the thing to wear during the »UU of lliu Britisi) lioyal Family. (Plioto by Sidney Guijor, Ac:ne start pliolotirapher.) I-KSHTS "SLANT-EYED SICKNESS"—This llopi Indian at Flagstaff, Ariz., performs a tribal cere- , dance to combat the "slant-eyed sickness" troubling Indian war veterans. Tho ailment, Indian medicine men say, is caused by the evil spirits of Japanese warriors killed in the Pacifle. :

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