The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1956 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Wednesday, April 25, 1956
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-WEDNESDAY, APRIL M, 1S5« BLITMIYILLI (ARK.) COURIER NEW1 PAGE ELEVEN NEWS OF THE WORLD TOLD IN PICTURES THE SENSI-BULL THING TO DO—"If you were a bull and heard that you were to face one of he worlds greatest matadors, what would you do, eh? Well, some may call me a sissy for trying to jump out of the arena in Mexico City. But I was in no mood to tangle with Spain's Luis Miguel Domingum. So the camera caught me making th is frantic exit. There he was, with his cape fh'*°l ™f B ?"3 M h ! S ey - e ' Hc > d just Kiu ™ eA to Mex >«> after a three-year absence, and the crowd wanted blood—mine. So can you bla me me for wanting out?" PILED UP—That's sand, pot snow, piled up against this cottage at Plum Island, Mass. Outside walls of the cottage Were literally sand blasted-by terrific windstorm that hit the resort area. Very riittle paint was left on the walls. PHILANTHROPIST - Lewis] S. Rosentiel, chairman of the?' board of Schenley Industries;! Inc., has donated one million dollars to Brandeis University. The grant establishes the Dorothy H. Rosentiel New Science Research Center at Brandeis in' Waltham, Mass. The' Center will be for research in gla,nd disorders. SIDECAR CIRCUS—Joe Acrobat on the right isn't looking lor something under the sidecar. He's just showing off. These motorcycle daredevils, members of the Royal Corps of Signals, are taking their "casual" spin at the London airport, just prior to their trip to Bermuda where they will perform in a military show. FINISHING UP - William R. Laird III has been appointed to the Senate seat of the late Sen. Harvey M. Kilgore, of West Virginia. Laird, of Fayetteville, has been serving as his state's tax commissioner. JUNK LINE TRUNK LINE—Edward 11 "CREEPY-PEEPY" IN ACTION-The Army's new hand-held TV camera and portable transmitter, which can provide frontline pictures to command posts, is demonstrated above in Washington, D.C. Called the "creepy-peepy," the TV outfit is said to produce a picture equal to or better than commercial television. The camera will take a picture from a mile away and relay it to a receiver a half mile to the rear. The receiver will then relay the picture to commanders' headquarters. The sending set, weighing 55 pounds, could also be used as a "silent sentry," the Army says, to report enemy movements, or it could be used commercially by newsmen to cover fast-breaking stories. PRUMMER BOY—Eleven-yenr-old Peter Sullivan's desire to become a drummer boy, like those of Civil War days, has been rulfllled. The Collingdale, Pa., youngster made his request to the commanding officer of Pennsylvania's 7.1th Army Reserve Division at Philadelphia. Request granted, he is shown above giving a snappy salute to Col. Ralael Montilla, Sr., division's unit adviser, after he was sworn in as honorary drummer boy. FIRST WOMAN OVER NORTH POLE-FIrst woman to fly over the North Pole h Mr*. Lionel Massey, seated behind her father-in-la w, Vincent Massey, governor-general of Canada, They are pictured at Froblsher, Northwest Territories, after 17-day tour of air «nd defecw bases, mostly In this dO| sledgt, during' which Mrs. Massey flew over the Pole. HE'S ABOVE IT ALL-Bruce Larson has worked out a lolu- lion to spring's muddy H»on , — , ._ . In Minneapolis. He's converted GUESS WHO?—You needn't be upset if you don't recognlM ' his bike Into a two-«tory job to these gun-slinging gentlemen. Few would. For behind thoie let above the splajh level of mustaches and sideburns are singer Dean 'Martin, left, and passing motorist!. Bruce dldn'l comedian Jerry Lewis. They're on location near Phoenix, Ariz, lay how he geti on or off the for their new film, "Partners." thiag. ••" THROUGH THICK AND THIN—It takes more than floods or cold waves to stop the tax collectors at Fasffau, Germany. Despite one of the worst floods ever to strike the Danube River are*, Passnu'i tan collector'! ofllct remained on the lob. A lorry service to the tax.oillce was arranged «o that cltlzeiu could p»/ their Uxw. Some taxpayers are shown above arriving at "Port Pay-Up." STRUCK A SOUR NOTE—Thnt 014-Inch xylophone hammer came from this English Setter's stomach. The pooch, only II) Inches long, iwalJowed (he hammer while playing wiUi It. T>r, W, T. Stack, Syracuse, N.Y., veterinarian, made a five-Inch Incision in the dog's stomach to retrieve the hammer, leaving the dog Jjgl/ si^bUjr tin worse Jj* t <-»•** -C (i~J i" TOO "PIPED 1 ' TO POP—In Greenville, S.C,, jlx-ycar-old Frank Gary, left, flndi dimwit 8ll«htly wider than the 14-Inch drainpipe he tried getting through while at play. Result: h«

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