The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1954 · Page 7
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April 27, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1954 BLYTHEVlLtE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! PAGE SEVE1 ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES THINKING IT OVER — Pharaoh, Philadelphia Zoo lion, refuses to climb net at side of moat which was drained after he fell in. He was later trapped in c&te baited with raw meat. DANGEROUS WOMAN — Kathy Stanley, of Union City, N. J., shows pistols made around 1750 and used in French and Indian War, at Country Antiques Fair in New York. SIDEWALK SERVICE- Brokerage offices <m wheels like this, at Wall Street, New York, will be sent out io Newark, Chicago and Boston by New York Stock Exchange frm. PARTING COMPANY IN MIDAIR — Mrs. Howard Duckett. Jr.. suddenly roes over a jump alone as her mount balks during a Potomac, Md., Hunt point-to-point race. Unhurt in lltt fall, Mrs. Duckett remounted and finished the race. TO COLUMBIA — A painting of President Eisenhower in academic robes, presented to Columbia University which he headed several years, is viewed by its donor, Samuel Chapin, left. Lester Bentley, center, who painted it, and Columbia's president, Dr. Grayson Kirk. SPORTS EDI TOR- Anne Morrissy. of Highland Park, 111., will serve next year as the first coed ever named sports editor of Cornell Univer-, •ity's Daily Sun. Ithaca, N. Y, FAR EAST CHIEF- Maj. Gen. Carter B. Magruder is U. S. Army's new Chief of Staff for the Far East and United Nations Command succeeding Lt. Gen. William K, Harrison. OVER THEIR HEAD S—A member of (he Bork police school in Dortmund, Germany, leapt over a patrol car during an athletic exhibition at the annual Sports Reporters FestivaL . STOP, LOOK AND R E P E N T - churchmen erected this crucifix In hope of reducing suicides at bridge near Munich. Germany, from which 191 person* leaped to death,] FOR PANCAKE BREAKFAS T— Shoemaker Splro j Llllioi taps a maple tree on a busy street In front of his Concord, j N. H* home. It takes 35 jars of sap to make one jar of syrup* i ONE NIGHT STAND— Buff Cobb, Mary Sinclair, Marlcne Dietrich and Faye Emerson, left to riffht, appear in New York opening of Ringling circus for United Cerebral Palsy fund. WINE FOR THE PRESIDEN T-Theodor Heuss, president of West Germany, than':* Germany's "Wine <*•"">n.'» tfalhilde Macbwirth, for basket of wine she presented to him., KENTUCKY DERBY H 0 P I F U L _ Correlation, owned by l>os y»-"r'es' oil r--n R. S. !>>">, looks over Belmnt Park, New York, while training for 1954 Kentucky Derby, May U IN 'RUN FOR ROSES '-A. J. CrevoltiTs Determine, winner of Simla Afi!- Derby, will try to up?cl Kcntnclcy Pcrby'» • rey jinx when it goes in annual racing clauic May I. ^ HAT TRICK — German chimney sweeps In Bad Oldeslo* •tore food gifts in their top hats, which complicates their agret* •tent with police to aalutt each otbcr when Ui«r

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