The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1953 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 11, 1953
Page 3
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SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1953 BI.YTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES RETURNING A COURTESY— King Haakon of Norway salutes honor guard as he rides with host. Sweden's Kins Gustav, after arrival in Stockholm for official visit to Sweden. DQING-'THE CANCAN — The customers really keep awake when these cancan dancers go through their paces at Tabariu night club in Paris' famous Montmartre district. Here the girls rehearse fur club's reopening after three-months shutdown. SPANISH FIRE F E ST I V A L—Fireworks light sky at Valencia durinK animal fire festival. "Fallas" models, foreground, satirizing customs, habits and politics, burned later, j FIRST-HAND-IN FORMAT! ON- youngsters surround harpist Sylvia Meyer to find "where the music comes from" »fter concert for pre-school children in Washington, D. C. N O'M I N ATE D-Lt. Gov. Archer Nelsen of Minnesota has been nominated by President Eisenhower to succeed Claude \Vickard as head of Rural Electrification Administration. OFF IN CLOUD OF SMOKE — Navy's guided missile "Regulus" spouts smoke cloud on way skvward from seaplane lender USS Norton Sound in demonstration. A 30-foot craft resembling swept-wing jet lighters, Navy says it can ue launched from several vessels including subs. AWARD BY-PLAY — British star Beatrice tlllle usei her "Tony" as monocle to view "Tony" held by Thomas Mitchell after they were honored by American Theatre Wing in New York.] GIFT TO LEPERS — Dr. Rolf von Scorebrand watches two-and-a-half ton bell, gift of Germany, unloaded in New York • for transshipment to Ryukyu Islands Leprosy Relief Association. ' RARE CATCH — This 31-pound, 16-inch elephant shark was caught off Middle Brighton, Melbourne, Australia. Distinctive features are trap-tloor lid between eyes, a projecting feeler in front of the mouth to find food, wing-like fins at sides ami leg-like projections beneath. ( SOCI AL ITE MODEL —Grace Coolldge, Boston social- ilc and a distant relative of late .President Calvin Coolldgc, mod- icls a while cotton organdie dress uitii printed sunflowers at London fashion show. GETTING AROUND — Frank Koucky, 2, holds leash on his pet dachshund, Lucy, whieli half walks and half rolls alone on cart improvised by master's father after Chicago car accident.. PARIS GREETS SPRING — Oardencrs arrange tulip bed In Carousel gardens section M Ui< XuUcrlM la French capital. In background li Arc di Triomphe at the Tullerles.* TAKEN FOR R I D E —Iiallan movie star Olna I.ollobrl- jida leads donkeys carrying llollyunnd's Humphrey Hogart, left, \_and I'cler Lorrc on lour of liavcilo. Italy, between film sessions.;] .LOW-COST,TRAVEL — Aluminum vacation frailer shown near Rome's Colosseum can accommodate five, sleep three, Haulable by small car, It costs about $500 without accessories.^ _

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