Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 4, 1952 · Page 8
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February 4, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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R O Y A L ' R O M P -- Crown Prince Aklhllo, Ill-year-old · son of Japanese Emperor Illrohito, displays his borsemanship as he takes his favorite mount Wakazakura over obstacle In Tokyo. F8"sy«"r?3!jf S^fiSS:.^ -:- i .,,:«,::··,·%%*. W R E S T E D . F R O M D A V Y J O N E S ' RIP -- A Brillsh Royal Navy craft raises (he wings of a U. S. Navy PBSl twin-engined Hying bout, Hie weekly Navy courier from Manila, which crashed during a lest flight over Hong Kong's Kowloon Bay. G E T T I N G I N S T E P--Nina Warren, daughter o f California's Governor, gets hula lesson on arrival with parents in Honolulu. She and father visited Islands as convalescents. I A D Y O N ' Cwper takes place ; mitlne tar turn at F I R I N G L I N E - Screen star Oarv with hj* doc on the firing line during Hhoolinii barring ne»ky niagplci at Sun Valley, Idaho. A M O N G THE ZOO R A R I T I E S-- These, sleepy-eyed double hybrid bears, biological freaks. He In Washington, l. O.. '/.no during bottle-feeding soon after birth. Their hybrid parents, dnuTluUMl from an Alaskan brown bear and a polar bear, normally do not reproduce. :..;:. ; ; · ' ; ····£. \ / - ' j ^ i G E M L O D E -- Actress Virginia Field is a walking treasury as she models diamond jewelry at Hollywood benefit fashion show. As novelty she wore both earrings on one ear. F R I G H T ON I C E -- Glenn Goddard is a ulidini niiht- marc when he wears this grotesque makeup to portray a cannibal king in London production of "Robinson Crusoe on Ice." .S \ ,^ R E C O R D R E L A X A T I O N - Tyrone Power gets a c - j a qnalntcd with bis new co-star. German-horn Hildegurde NcIT, us ·' they mlect records for a concert between takes on Hollywood set. M I K E P R E S E N C E - , Actress Jan Sterling ptrpnrc.s to lildo tiny mIrrnpJi"tic for film- Inp of Hollywuoil crowd spent 1 . Mike riildtcH dialogue aliovn ilisltirlilnp: oxtninvnUR sounds. S P O T L I G H T ON T H E P A S T -- Baritone Robert Merrill and basso Eiio Pinza (right) don ro.slumcs of fumed tenor Enrico Caruso as soprano Licia Albanesc and George E. Marek, RCA- watch during opening of exhibit of Caruso memorabilia in New York City. Viclor nRirial, \ C A R I B C O N F E R E N C E-- Puerto Rico Munoz Marin (left) and Gen. J. Lawlon Collins, U. of Staff, chat in San Juan during latter's tour of Governor Lull .'S. Army Chief the Caribbean. S\U.Kl I $ A C K S-- U. S. arrvlccmen In Far Knsl arc lo be eniil||ird wllb llghlwclglil Inllnluhle Nta *f ·)'l«i-fibrle and rubber, Irealrd U resist. cruckliu I n f o l d wrnlhrr. S H O P T A L K--Marino «'apl. llrujainlii Read (lefl), Korean vplrr.in inul Irrlinlcal direelor for a Him being made In Hollywood, explains workinus of u nrw »,S siiprr-lraiooka used In Korea lo 1.1. Col. I'eler Orlli, H'orlil War 11 veteran In the film. C A U G H T W I T H O U T S U R F B O A R D S _ Any port !,, , ,Unn seem, to be though, of Spaniards as (her take lo hrlthts In S»" «-I'-«M-» - ...

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