MONDAY, JAN. 26, 1953 RM'TIIEVTU.R (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE rrrt PRESS PICTURES PRELUDE TO A F I N A L E-Six.fool-long cobra and tiny mongoose eye one another before duct tn Shimshapura, Mysore Slate, India. Battle between traditional enemies was short, as mongoose, in spHt'Sccond, delivered a fatal spinal iile. as *e s,i,s over fourteen barrels «l^^ lalned his world tide as he won the 1953 event with a leap of Z7 feet, nine inches. ' FAITHFUL TO I N D 1 A N C U S T O M _ Former British 1'remler Clement Atllee adheres to custom by removing shoes before stepping on cement i>hilform (n place wreath on apot where Malutma Gandhi was cremated In Delhi, India. HEIGHT OF HAIR F A S H I O N _ Anlonio, Paris hair stylist, not being, indifferent to the forthcoming British coronation, arranges a "coronation" coiffure during a visit to Milan, Idly. Crown is fashioned of braided hair and jewelry. GETS.NEW P 0 ST- Gcn. Waller Bcdoll Smith, chief of ' Ihc Centra"] Intelligence AMERICAN AID FOR KOREAN TOT S—r.I^Ine Cap!. French N. Smith, Jr., Agency, has been nameil Under- of Corpus Chrisli, Tex., helps a Korean orphan select a pair of mittens in Korea. Funds and clothing secretary of State by President , for orphans have been donated'by U. S. servicemen and their relatives back in the Slates. •. Dwijht D. Eisenhower. ' ."•''•' ' ' ' ", ' ; - - - - . -• LENDING AIR 0 F , D I ST 1 N C T I O N _ Hann. Soerenscn, isiyriam I>ynn and Anne Marie Tisller, beautj queens]! of Denmark, Uelciiim and Sweden, respectively, model low-priced clothes at Ducsseldorf, which will be mass-produced IN Germany. ^COMPLETING THE C E L E B R A T 1 0 N_ R i E de "Sonncy, a Belgian resident in Rome, has enough \vini3 left to blow out candles on .T. birthday cake upon coming ashore aflcr an early morning swim in icy waters of the Tiber on his 51th birthday. Australian shell parakccl, ilocs FANCY MEETING YOU HERE! — Twecty-Pic, an , not appear lo be awed by the slony glance and massive jaw of "Frauline," a boxer, nCler landing on the dog's back in home of Mr. and Mrs. O. !.. Sullivan, Orlando, Ma., where they arc pels. GLITTERING GAL — Diamond-framed glasses are one of the conspicuous items among a king's ransum in diamond: being worn l>y Mary Lnuisc Flodin at I'aris jewelry show. ADDING HIS PERSONAL TO u"CH_oieL« Fanhai.U, Minn., displays his license plates, 337-370, turned upsldo down to spell his name. To dale, authorities haven't ruled on whether Lcc will be permitted to let plates slay that way Lfe4-' r fe4x i ^ £}£& >-i. "j * •'-""-T1 f lOMEIS WHERE THE JOB IS — German cuslotm police stand before their "roll- mi; n,irracks, a truck .inil-liailcr home. The homes were designed fnt Revihility in assigning nolica to stralecic posilions on Dutch and Belgian borders for quick raids on smugglers. v..'- v AMONG LIFE'S P L E A S U R E S_onc of the things Sirs. R. A. Winn of Austin, Tex., wanted to do on reaching her 100th birthday was to ride <i donUry. Here she fulfills Iliat'desire with delight as slie celebrates her ccntcnni.- natal day. IKS READYING A 'QUEEN 1 — A worker checks one of (he Queen Eliiabclh's four 32-t« propellers 3-i the cl.int ocean liner lies in drydock at Soulhampton, England, for periodic overhauling. Hull, anchors, chain and propellers will be checked, painted or repalr«d a* needed.
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