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March 13, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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VHT AHCAMAS TWMI, j plained of feelinr til in* succumbed shortly after his physician and personal friend, Dr. Victor Kovner, arrived. After appearing in vaudeville, j revues and on the New York : stage,- he came to Hollywood in ' 1927 and had been a featured comedian in scores of films. He h£d worked recently at a studio I v/here he v/as under contract for a series of short subjects. FROM WIND-SWEPT TO SWEPT-WINC-Four dendes of progress in aircraft design i (raphically demonstrated in this unusual photograph, taken at a recent Los Angeles air show. An Air Fore* North American F-86 Sabre Jet fighter plane whiues by * If 12 model pusher biplane. The jet pilot's 8000-horsepower engine gave it the world's speed record ol 670 miles an hour. The old plant's eo-honepower engine gives it a W roph. cruising speed. Nizam, Some Of His Wives, Children And Grandchildren Go By Plane To New Delhi New Delhi, India-OT-The Nizam of Hyderabad and 15 of his 70 wives arrived in three planes today. Some of his children and grandchildren came, too. Three Indian Air Force Vampire jets flew over the airport in a salute to the Nizam, one of the world's wealthiest men. He was in a four engine airliner, a charter job. The 65-ye.ar-old prince wore a bright yellow turban and top coat over short white trousers. He raised his cane in a brisk salute to officials waiting to greet him on his first visit outside Hy- derabad State in 17 years. Down the gangway behind him streamed 31 persons, including his senior wife, his daughters and numerous grandchildren. The remaining wives arrived in two smaller charter planes at another field. AH went to the Nizam's 100-room palace in New Delhi for a party. He is here for a national conference of provincial governors and regal "* heads of states.. Obituary Hugh Herbert Of Movies Dies Of Heart Attack North Hollywood, Calif. - (/P) Hugh Herbert, 66, actor, playwright and comedian famed for his giddy "wob-woo" and fluttery hands, died last night at his home of a heart attack. He com- Pretty flower-Trimmed STRAWS . Just The Hat . To Give The Finishing. Touch To Your Spring Wardrobe $Q95 ; 8 *·· OTHERS AT \ $5.00 to $15.95 \ .MILLINERY -- MAIN FLOOR . Mrs. Cora Btulch McDaniel Mrs. Cora Beulah McDaniel, 56, died yesterday at a local hospital. She had been a resident of Wool- scy for 25 years. She was born January 17, 1896, at Wesley, the daughter ot . John and Lydia Crowdcr. Surviving areher husband, William; three sons, Raymond Leming of Brentwood; Hoyt McDaniel of Barksdale Field, Shreveport, and'Eual McDaniel. of. Fayctte- villc; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Cook of Fayctteyille; two sisters. Mrs. Lizzie Dunaway of Fayetteville, Mrs. Tennia McCullah of Elm Springs; three, brothers, prcn, Harve of Japton, and Marion of Springdale, and three _ : ^"grandchildren. · " , '. 7 Funeral · services' under the' direction of Moore's Funeral Home will be conducted at 2:30 tomorrow .at the Brentwood Church, with burial in the Brentwood cemetery. Mrs. Floyd Ferguson .;· Graveside services for :.Mrs: Floyd Ferguson, who- died Saturday in California, will.b^ conducted tomorrow at '3 p. m. at the Baptist Ford cemetery by the Rev. Donald Walker. Burial will be in Baptist Ford cemetery under the direction of the Watson Mortuary. Mrs. Annie May Keller Bentonville -(Speciali- Funeral services for Mrs. "Annie May Kell- 84, who died at the Moore convalescent home here Tuesday after a long illness, will be held at 2:30 tomorrow afte/noon at the V a u g hn . Presbyterian Church under the direction of the Callison-McKinney Funeral Home, with the Rev. Stanley Bright, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the Barron cemetery near "aughn. She is the wife of the late William Keller. Mrs. Keller came to the Osage community from Tennessee with her parents, John and Caroline Dickson liust, wher she was six years old. She was a n.ember of the Vaughn Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Keller is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Kici. Picrcy of Route 2, Bentonville; three sons, R. H. Keller of St. Louis, Hoy Holland of Condor., Ore., and Ber- toh Holland of The Dalles, Ore.; one sister, Mrs. Arthur Motley of Vaughn. . . Mrs. Fannie Bell* Cunningham Prairie, G r o v e-(Spccial)-Mrs. Fannie Belle Cunningham, 70, native and lifelong resident of Prairie Grove, died yesterday in the Elizabeth Hospital. She was the widow of the late Bill Cunningham, who died in 1945. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Gladys Tiller of Wheeler, Texas, Mrs. Marie Fijdler and Mrs. Frances Young, both of Tulsa, Okla., and Mrs. Betty Collier of Prairie Grove; two sons, Jim Bob Cunningham and Billy Warren Cunningham, both of Prairie Grove; o n e sister, Mrs. George Rose, Prairie Grove; one half- brother, .Ben Shelby, Rhea, Ark.; 10 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral arrangements, under the direction of the Luginbuel Fu- eral Home are incomplete. The Philadelphia Athletics will play 33' spring exhibition games. Nine of them will be against Amer- 'can League teams and nine against National League 1 outfits. 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