The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1953 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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MONDAY, MAY 18, 1053 BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ELEVATED RIVER C R 0 S S I N G — with a rapt . audience below, acrobat Rover, a chair strapped to his back, "walks" a rope 40 feet above Seine River near Alma Bridge, Paris. REFLECTED BEAUTY— Barbara Warner admires 107-carat emerald, once worn by Catherine the Great of Russia, at rehearsal for "April in Paris" charity ball held in New York. ENFORCING 'HiS DEMAND- Sneaker Jos< Martin of U. S. House of Representatives demonstrates his tei nlque with a 60-pound redwood gavel, gift of California admin Joseph ;ch- •trt. AN OLD LADY TAKES IT EAS Y —The IH-year-old British training ship Conway, Mcnai Straits, makes an unscheduled stop on (he Caernarvonshire shore in Norlh Wales after grounding cnroutc to Bitngor via the In Swillies Channel. GERMAN PILOT VIEWS AMERICA'S L AT E S T_ Gen. Carl Uodenschatz, former aide to Hermann Gocrinir, looks at F-88 Sahrejcl during inspection of Lamlstuhl, Germany, •irbase by former Luftwaffe members. At right is Capt. P. R. Henderson, Greenville, Miss., Korea, vet. HEADED UN TEAM —Rear Adm. John C. Daniel was leader of UN team which successfully negotiated the first exchange of sick and wounded 1'OWs in the Korean war. _, FISHY f L 0 R A— Imitation flotvers worn by Carol Dillon at Cape Haticras, N. C., are unusual in that tiiey are made from scales of channel bass . caught In Hatterat surf. CLEANUP AFTER ARRIVAL—A lynx newly received from Canada licks its paw at Brookflcld, III., Zoo. The cat's large foot pads enable it to walk easily in deep snow, NO EXIT PROBLEM— n' s easy to set in and out of ' this new Italian car. .Just break open the front end which serves as a door for driver and passenger. Motor is in the rear. HAIRY SLEUTH — The despair of barbers is Fiji Islands Police Inspeclor Jioji Sugiiluraga. The uncronped cop, in Britain for studies, will lake part In the coronation procession, „ NEW FORM OF C 0 M P E T I T I 0 N _ Scullin, champion Jack Kelly, Jr., competes in National Apprentice Bricklayers contest at Minneapolis. He was eliminated early in running. STILL GOING STRONG — M»e Marsh, who'»p|)eared In Silent ncreen eple "The Birth' of 1 Nation" plays role of maid In latest film. At piano an Joseph Gotten »nd Jean Peten, MAKING HIGH | 0 B E A S Y _ A new "sky lift- truck for high work In demonstrated In Chicago. Workers can b« raised 44 feet high ind SO feet from base In any direction, STEEL CITY FOR CORONATION- Spectator stands rise on Parliament Sqtur* ,- . . f i , >.ii'tvi«tn», .M.I,III> i ,>c ,111 ( itriianiriiL AiiaHl -1 °^ 0 " " rc '" rcs for Jun « coronillon of Queen ElltibcUi II. In background Is Victoria Tower.

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