Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 9, 1952 · Page 8
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April 9, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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t, -** ·«; R I A D Y FOR S I ASON-Mu.rln,, 15-year-old ulrafTe F ' N ' ^/^ C ' N E M A T l C L A N D M A R K - F'« sweeps old Paraeon Studio at Fort fee, \ J lately u ed to build , , » ,, ,, . . . . ,, to Ba» rra»clK«'l FleUhhaker Z*g, appears to sample balmy «·«»*'*· studio was birthplace of some of the early movies In wh ieh Mary Pickford and director D. W. Griffith climbed to fame. W A T E R Y R E S E A R C H -- Lord Xocl-Buxtoa wade* Kprtar atr. rife helmet In added Easter fashion afterthourht. . -··.. : --^"fi:y^'"ySSjjj^m ' . into Thames River during attempt to ford stream at Westminister. His venture Mas part of research for book on London topography. · R I T A I M ^ C C H I N I S I P l I R I S S - L o r d l l n d NT. nh CHUM** wife and dauhlcr, Krlea, are shown leaving L»nttn for AmtriUt lait Fall, With Llndiuy'i elevation to llouiio «l t«r4i In Marth.Jifc wife became Brltaln'n first Chinese peercsi. N O M I N A T E D - G e o r g e P. Slmu, of Kl I'asn, Texas, a career foreign service olllccr, hss been nominated by President Truman, In bo Hutted States Ambassador .to.l'nraguay. F I R I N G A W A Y F O R D O U B L E P L A Y . _ Carolyn Henderson, Frances Wallace and Jo Durham work in double play drill as the Lorelei Ladies Eofitrallcrs train at Atlanta, Ga. T A L E N T E D T E R R I E R -- Tobby, 3-ycar-old pcrform- ing terrier, balances four cups for his master, Alfons Strobl, In Frankfurt-On-Main, Germany. Dog responds to 650 commands. A L L I N L I N In preparation for police are not lax In E OF D U T Y -- Despite beards irrown i Viklnt festival, Frederlkssund, Denmark, other respects as they live a parkin* ticket. G E N E R A L G E T S B R U S H O F F -- Korean l a d a t left seems more interested i n kccnine new shorn clean than lie is In the presence of Gen. James Van Fleet at Seoul's Columbia Orphanage. T U R N A B O U T - S i n K i , , K star Georgia Gibbs models a new swcaler whIch ran be worn turned upside down or reversed front to hack. She wears it tied at the waist over a bodice. V I S I T O R S F R O M A B R O A D-Gen .Albert Orsborn. Salvation Army head, and his wife arrive in New York to attend Army coneresscs in New York, Chicago. San Francisco and Atlanta. »r* «kk*«r«M JMM. r. K.. nu -- IsU flrlhde Kxpress Illghwny, being hull! mi oitl- tlirouth hMrt of »lum area which will!» cleared tway by end ·( 1»5». A L O N G - E A R E D PAL -- Where small itlrls play wllh dulls, rats or diiis, llessle Snillli of Las Ve«as, Nev., lias this wit-tared ihagnjr burro t« keep her company durinj play. K E E P I N G I N T R I M - Mr,. Kmma Mulholland, 77. of Albany, N. y.. bowls with a llvelln. youngor devotees of the sport mliht envy. She has a 150-plu, average for 36 years' play.

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