The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 14, 1954
Page 7
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FRIDAY, MAT 14, 19S4 ILYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES FIXING HIS OWN— Swedish Crown Prince Carl Gustaf, eight years old last April 30, makes an adjustment on bis bicycle, a present from his grandfather, Kin* Gustaf Adolf. MUSHROOMS ON HIGH — Eighteenth Air Force C-H9s disgorge paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division on one of five jump areas during "Operation Flashburn" at Fort Bragg, N. C. Jump was largest since Rhine crossing in World ttar U. BELLES OF THE BALL — Society mannequins wear hats made entirely with fresh flowers to give a Spring touch to the 16th aftttttrt Los Aageies Floral Headdress charity baUL A LiTTLE MOVES A LOT — Workman operate* one-wheel electric pusher to shunt freight car at Pinneberg, Germany It obviates use of locomotive and can move,100-ton weight. WHOLESALE LAUNCHIN G—New-born cygnets move cautiously to the shoreline under guidance of parents to enter the water for first tune at Va«ey Stream Stale Park, N. Y* APPOINTED- Lawrence Q. Mumford, 50, Cleveland Public Library director, was chosen by President Eisenhower as Librarian of Congress, succeeding Luther it. Evans. COCKTAIL BLOUSE— \Vhite organdie cocktail blouse shown in Paris is teamed with matching coif and complemented by flower-shaped dia-. mond dlaso and earrings, j MANY-SIDED ARTIST — Actress Gloria Swanson exhibits another facet of her versatility as she models a clay head of her daughter, Michelle, in her New York apartment., CALLING HIS F LO C K— Rev. Richard Sturm rings bells made t>: defused bomb shells with salvaged rail clappers in his rebuilt c'.iurch at war-torn town of Wiernsheim, Germany. HEAD START— Jane Ellen Schurbrock, of Richmond, Ind. appears to be a contented baby, and with reason. Four-and- onc-half months old, she ha* a full head of curly brown hai*. BRINGING IN THE SHAD — Fishermen from Edgewatcr, N. J,, within sight of New York City, haul in net with catch of shad moving up Hudson River during spawning season. TEMPTING THE FOOT-WEAR Y_ Pas?r. V don't have to leave a West Berlin street to see wares of this second-hand furniture dealer for the sidewalk is his showroom. MARITAL TIE — A girl adjusts her cor^nsnfon's bow tic, mr'"" of t" r> r~":*. nr^tr; .."1 ns l-?r .i ' . i»i I' . (*^r- . 'litest matched fashions are popular with courting couples. ^ ^^J^^UiimiVfiMBnHHBflSVHIHHVHVKVrnT^VV^*' 111 "' ••••"J"—-PLIJL i fwrrrvr,^- .. — --• OBEY TRAFFIC LAWS- This Copenhagen, Denmark, playground features toy carm for hire by children for a small sum. A sifn warns them drivers collidfe* will t» txyeUed.

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