The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1953 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 29, 1953
Page 5
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'IT, i»s« NEWS OF THE WORLD IN PICTURES FEDERAL BUDGET RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES WA1.KIN" IN MISSOURI - Former President Harry Truman enjoys a freedom he hasn't had in more than seven years - the privilege of taking his morning constitutional alone In Independence Mo The former chief executive of (he nation walks along one of the streets of his home town by himself curly in the morning. (\v \virephoto) OCEAN- GOHBLFS I AND - Occ-m w-ues which have been "eating away the five-mile-long Bnyocenn peninsula near Tillajnook, Ore, at the rate of five to twenty feet a day, toppled these trees' and house in the background. Some thirty houses have plunged Into the sea In recent years, only a f cw nre left now on the doomed peninsula. (AP Wirephoto) ANOTHER ONE FOR TIIK BOOKS — Clarence (Bevo) Francl» (19) aims shot a goal in game in Zencsville, O., against Mountain State Junior College of Parkersburg, w. Va., In which he set. another national college basketball scoring record. Frauds' Rio Grande team won, 131-83, with Bevo netting 14 free throws to run his season's free throw total to 368, seven more than the record set last year by Seattle University's Johnny O'Brien.'Francis already holds the single season scoring record. (AI 1 \Yircnholo) EMPRESS OP CANADA GOES UJ' IN FI.AJMBS — Flames break through the midship section of the 20,235-ton liner Empress of Canada as she burns et her berth in Liverpool, England, Spectators lino into a total wreck. The liner,, valued at five mid the waterfront as (he fire turns the huge sliip one-half million dollars, was undergoing her an- nual, overhaul when the fire broke oul. Hope of saving the ship was given uii after an eight-hour bailie. The ship heeled over on one side and settled in the water of her berth. There were no passengers aboard and the fcw crewmen aboard all escaped, (p Wlrcplioloj FTRE DESTROYS HOMES - Firemen pour water on the fire which destroyed three water-front homcs-and damaged a fourth near Malibu Beach. Calif., an exclusive .beach colony. Thirteen people wer. made homeless by the fire which was discovered by a passing motorist (AP WircpholoJ UNSCHEDULED BUS STW — British workmen Inspect the damage after n Liverpool passenger bus bounced off another vehicle and demolished H grocery store. The undamaged bus at right was driven alongside after the crash to prop up the damaged vehicle and keep it from toppling over. Twenty six liertons n-ere treated for minor injuries In the crash. (Ar Wfrcphoto) U. S. i K. ALASKA l@ NEWSMAPl CANADA CHINA? ; Pacilic ; : Oceon : CHRONOLOGY 0NOV. 7-C.119, Alaska, | 19 dead. ' .'©NOV. 15-C-1I9, Alaska, 1 19 dead. ©NOV. 15— C-46, far East \ 13 dead. ONOV.15-C-1I9, "Seoul, ( 44 dead. Q NOV. 17-0119, Billings, Monl., 8 dead. OF CRASHES SNOV.23-C-124. Alaska, 52 dead. ^NOV.28-C-54, Tacomo, Wash., 37 dead. , DOEC. 1— C-47, California, 6 dead. ^OEC.20-C-124, Moses Lake, Wash., 87 dead. £) JAN.7-C-46,Ulah- Idoho border, 40 dead.- Lake, Wash., was the worst air tragedy in U. S. history. Fiscal Years 1940-1954 W 'w '»» wiTwttmriSriSrT^^ in the red for $9.9 billion. Treasury uiu u. a. hail a surpit nt had 53.5 billion, t R? 1 tile CLEVER CUT UP—William Go weilcr, 5, of Hrnonl, N Y di plaj hi portrait of President I iscnhower. a product ot his _Kill ai three-dimensional paper sculpture. His ' proud expression matches the President's famous crin. , GOING. GOING-At long lart, Sorgc Rubenstcin, above, wealthy New York draft dodger, is likely soon to be deported. The government- has been trying to deport the Russian-born, so-called financial wizard since 1943. H« was convicted of evading military service in World War U. FABULOUS TOY TREE OF CARACAS—Tom Sciilmnn, abovq never saw a tree bloomed willi toys bnck home in Die United Stntes. but he isn't dreaming. The only person who is dreaming is ,the toy vendor, lie's forsaken his toy stand on :i street in Caracas, Venezuela, to enjoy South An.cricn's cherished siesta period. Since almost everyone else is snooping, there's not much danger of the "blossoms" being plucked !>y passersby. CONFUSED SAP-Though spring is not even around th« corner, Rudolph Currier's mapla trees are giving plenty of sap. The Fremont, N. H., farmer hai gotten three quarts of syrup so far and if the unusually mild weather stays, he expeeta more, IIKAOS INTELLIGENCE AOKXCV — Allen W. Dulles pof- M in Washington after President Elsenhower picked him to be director of the central Intelligence agency. Dulles has been deputy director. As h e n rt of the agency Dulles, a brother of Secretary of Slate John Poster Dulles, will replace Gen. Wt.Hor Bedell Smith, who becomes undersecretary of «lat«. (Ar Wircphoto) 'Sl'UD' HIM. CASUALTY' - An American soldier, wounded in it MUlc assault on "Spud" lull tn Korea, is carried by fnur buddies toward a fiisl Bid .station while in the background other wounded are being helped fro;.) a personnel carrier, '"Spud" hill Is at the southern end of a hill mass called T-Bone hill, about 12 miles southwest of Chorwon. The carefully planned. UN assault bogged down and was beaten back by the Chinese as Americans got within 15 yards of the crest. Th«y were taught in a vicious cross fire and forced to gtv* up the attack. (AT \\ircpl\olo via radio from Tokja)

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