The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1953 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 30, 1953
Page 7
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SATURDAY, MAY SO, 1953 BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES OFF TO A GOOD START — International One Designs head for the weather mark in the second day of racing between United States and Bermuda teams during International Race Week off Bermuda. K3, -nearest camera, led at start and held position to win for Bermuda. ON WAY TO BELGIAN CAPITAL — Spectators line the street to watch the strung-out field leave Dammartin-en-Goele on the outskirts of the French capital at the start of the annual Paris-to-Brussels bicycle race. The event was won by Loreto Pelrucci of Italy. SHARE— Since the event Is bareback, DOING ITS this rough _ the Yakima County Sheriff's Posse rodeo near lakim DarcoacK, this rough and ready bronc clears its back of Roger Anderson at -\ SCENTED TOP-Slrlk. Ing new evening hat shown In Paris Is formed of wound black velvet rope with traillnc roiei entwined in twists, and leavea to add to effect. ^COMMISSIONER — 'Marvin C. Nichols, 56, Fort Worth, Tex., consulting engineer, .has been chosen by Interior (Secretary Douglas McK?.y 'as !»ew Reclamation Commissioner. ROUGH PLAYMATE_A keeper holds Hummel, the . Hamburg, Germany, Zoo's polar bear for the cameraman. Despite | tender ase of four months, bear is ferocious and snaps »t visitors., J OLD AND NEW IN ROME — Posters of compel. Ins Italian parties surround a statue of St. Peter on Home's Port* del Popolo In battle for public's vote in June 7 election!. , AN ACADEMIC FLICH T_ Barbara LIsco executes a stag leap from a trampoline into arms of Fcdor MousolilT at rehearsal for University of Chicago's annual Acrolhcater show, i NEW DAR LEADER •—Gertrude Spraguc Carraway, or New Bern, N. C., Is the new President General of the Daughters of the American Revolution, succeeding Airs. James- Palton. SWEDISH H E I R- Crown Prince Carl Gustav of Sweden poses for a portrait at Haga Castle in Stockholm jusl before his seventh birthda) which he celebrated April 30j A BIT OF SHOP TALK— col. A. E. Young, left, London .police commissioner, compares notes with three patrolmen while making a courtesy call at New York Police Headauarters. ONE FOR THE ROA D-Younjslers make tests before renting scooters from a "scooter lot" adjoining a Hamburg, Germany, street blocked off from traffic where they can ride lately. FOR THE ROYAL ALBUM — Queen Elizabeth focuxi her camera M itte ills on the (tut at OlxmpIc.horM trUU.ta Bwlmlnlon. AMONG ITALY'S P L E A S U R E S _ cynlhU Chapman, Cleveland, 0,, removes a chicken from Florence, Italy, i ladiator UttuilBi buill-la warmiuj -' FOR ALL TO SEE — Mementos of bljf rame hunts line the trophy r \J K •« I. * ' . . , „ «.,,, A«_4»» R«.v M Y- «oaK U

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