Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 31, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 31, 1952
Page 6
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ta A P L A G U E D E S C r S D S -- Swarms of locusts fill air over the Arabian- American quarters in Dhahran durinr one of the! worst scourges In modern Saudi Arabia's history. Oil company employes beat noisemakers and move around to drive away insects. JM Ckervc«x, France, kept curvlni iHrr be ·tralihtrned the H hrrl. ~ "i WM I«M »f ane tooth «nd free advice from byUnder«. B U T T O N E D U P-Garbed in their pearl-buttoned Wothei, Bert and Rebecca Matthews, kin* and queen of Cockney Pearlies, arrive in New York for British gnod-wlll bus lour of U. S. r m*% ftf ft L H A M ' Lfl C E N S E --Carol Mlllett, 1J, St. Clond, \T School pupil, sill at abort-wave wt on which «he by father t» pasa FCC teat far novice license, rK-r -* S A F T E R T H E F A L L -- Parachute which completed Its mission of landing bridge equipment durinr oliEinecr maneuvers In Germany, Is problem for GI's as they seek to free it from tree. N E W M I N I S T E R Field Marshal Viscount Alexander of Tunis, 61-year-old World War II military leader, takes over duties In London as Britain's Minister of Defense. ' Y O U T H I N K I T ' S R E A L ? ' -Deborah Bannister. Arlington, Va., tries to make an Idlewild, N. Y., airport attendant understand her pet is a toy as she arrives for flight to London. 1 A N N I V E R S A R Y I R O A O C A S T _ Marian a n d Jim Jordan -- Fibber McGee and Molly -- make a imllnn-wlilc broadcast from * Hollywood street to mark their 20 years on NBC. T A K I N G T H E A I R A young Berliner and her cocker spaniel, ho(h protected with sun- classes, enjoy flrst flay of Spring as they relax at a Kurfucrslen- (l:innu outdoor cafe. P R O B L E M FOR N E I G H B O R S -- Paula Hassell must have a way with alligators for she has had these four-foot-Ion*, 50-pound sauriana as pets in her Chicago home for 12 years. P I L L S F O R P U L L E T S - D r . D . E . Davis' Chicken Pharmacy in Petaluma, Cal., is an important place, for the town! known for its production of eggs, depends'on him for healthy fowl* M I $ -- After a lUrl In 1M7, th» war and It* aftermath, wnk to kMM M UitinMlH»«l T A K I N G N O C H A N C E S despite assurance *f trainer Beatrice Dint*, lakes all precautions t» Nil INB ·» rranclK* for the Oclmk H E L P I N G I T $ 1 1 f -,.J«.brt, a re.r-.U CMW. I- .uch . ho^-bf*TM M Mat U . M «UHcmHv (ttttaf · drink M kllchtB tap ta home of Mra. EMhitr K*\*m, VMitnnr/N. J.

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