The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1953 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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MONDAY, AI'IUL 6, 1953 RI.YTIIEVil.I.rc (ARK.) COUHIKK N'RWS PAGE NINB ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES TULIP TIM E — Dutch girl, dressed in traditional Volendam fisher costume, sells tulips at the Flora flower show near Haarlem in the heart of Holland's bulb-gro\ving, region. RELAXING IN THE SUN- Gen. Jan.es A. Van Fleet and daughter-in-law, Mrs. James Van Fleet II, fish in I.aJio Arietta at Auburndale, Fla. VV'alching is his grandson, James 111. COMPLICATED T R A N S A C T I 0 N_capt. Gerry Coleman, New York Yankees infielder, now with .Marines, watches saleslady add up his purchases during shopping trip to Japan. SHIPS THAT PASS IN THE DAY — The outbound U. S. Lines America, foreground, and inhound United Slates of same line meet in the North River to form picture of passing giants of the sea. New York skyline is backdrop for scene. CAMPUS CIRCUS STUNTS— Marion Copinc leaps from a springboard through a firt hoop during workout with the University of Maryland Gymkhana Troupe at College Park, Md. POLAR STUDY-Dr. Henri Bader measures ice crystal from Alaska's Mendenhall Gla- | rier as part of polar regions study i for U. S. military at \Vilmette,! III., laboratories. ENVOY TO RUSSIA diaries K. (Chip) Boiilen, a —diaries K. (Chip) Bohlen, a fSaMi-mtK:',* f nmmmnilf^lM'asmmMemimiammmgf mama*-^.-,x.,^. a* —• •••K»™B.;*«K career diplomat has been con- , N TUNE WITH B E L C I A N S — Prince Jean of Uixembours, soon to wed Princess Ambassador to (he Soviet Union Joscphlnc-Charlotlc of Belgium, tries automatic gun on Belgian Infantry School range at Arlon. succeeding George F. Kennan, ALL-OUT SCHOOL S P I R I -T _ F.lih Ibbwoi. DcKalb. III., cheerleader, approximates a pretzel leading DeKalb rooters at Illinois high school basketball tourney in Champaign. BRINGING IN THI 1 A N A N A S _ Birb.r. ind Joan Naz/aro are all smiles as they lend helping hand at R'i* Fiedras to harvest Puerto Rieo'i bumper billioi-wM banana crop. SUITCASE-SIZED RUNABOUT- n c re'» the new French molor scooter with a top speed of 43 miles an hour. It weijrhs 84 lbs. L is J9 inches long, 15 Inches high and 10 InehM wide. READY FOR ROYAL RIDE- Kcady at the Royal Mows in Bncklnrlnm Palaoe U .late coach In which Queen EllzaUclh II and her husband wjll rid. U her Mr«tU» next tJt. JUST RELAXING, P A L_Mlke, aparakctl, ptrche.v on the foreleg of Vakeck's l.miann. i Great Dane, at the home of their owners. Mr. and Airs. John Brant, Jr., in Zlonsvllle, Ind. WINGS THROUGH THE WAVE S—New German speedboat, with wlnr-llkc »tl»ch menls to slays beneath (he hull, speeds along Havel Klvcr during trial. Top ifttd U 62 mllei M

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