Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 12, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 12, 1952
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S T A R A N D S T U D E N T -- Jacqueline dii Blef, French figure skating champion turned pro, fascinates a young spectator In Rockefeller Center, New York, on arrival to join a show. S K I M M I N G ON S U R F A C E -- Allyn B. Haunt handles airplane-like controls nf the hydrofoil boat, a motorboal (hat «kales along Long Beach, Cal., water on three metal struts. · L A T I N B E A U T Y ' - Balhlna Gnllerrei, 22-year-old Parisian mannrqiiln, hold* trophy the von with title of "Latin Beauty" In Park competition ataged to aid flood victims. · · V I C T O R Y D U N K -- Still elated over his team's victory in NCAA water carnival, Ohio State: coach Mike Peppc laughs as Buckeye swimmers toss him into pool at Princeton, N. J. S C R E E N T E A M -- Irene Dunne, left, ami Joan Evans, teamed together as a mother and her daughter, chat between scenes nn i Hollywood set during making of "It Grows on Trees." F A R E W E L L TO MET -- Klrstcn Flagslad holds gift as general manager Kudolf Bing bids her farewell after final appearance, as Alcestis, in Metropolitan Opera House, New York. W A T E R E D - D O W N F E R O C I T Y _ Janet Leigh Is evidently on rood terms with Fearless Pagan, 410-pound movie lion, as she gives him a drink between takes of film in Hollywood. T R A D E M A S T E R Mrs. Teresa Smid, certified at a master plumber by the state of Illinois, thread! pipe -IB the plumbing shop she and hf r bus* hand operate in Cicero. , S O F T L A N D I N G -- The Maid of Cotton. I'at Mullarkey, Montez on arrival in Paris to start industry's goodwill ambassador. right, Is trcclcd by Thercsila · European tour as cotton E A R N I N G . C R E D I T -- .leanctta Jllnrer extinguishes a n oil fire during t'UA rescue course at Ogontz, Pa., for which she will receive academic credit at Illoomsburg Teachers College. G E T T I N G IT S T R A I C H T -I Secretary General Trygve Lie shows Swedish Premier Tage Erlandcr how to use delegates earphonci during laltcr's visit to II \. in New York, fcrik Bollcman, Swedish Ambassador to United States watches. m M A C N I F I E R N E E D E D -- Copies of what to be world's smallest printed book lit into a matchbox Germany, bookshop. The Lord's Prayer Is book's is believed in Munich* first page. S O O N T O I I C O M P L I T E D -- Work h runhed «n llomr'« Olyniplo Stadium no II can i'.r "-'··'·r'j for III* EniUWMIalf mccer match In May. Stadium will hold «l,00« uperUlom. , ON A B I G S C A L E -- Marjorie Sweater plays music on "rloua-ehamber bowls," at Mills College, Oakland. Cal. Inslru. mml, driltned by Harry Parleh, li made of laboratory bottles. A D D I N G TO ITS M I C H T - The submarine Pompon Hen severed to Pkll Varl drydock ai workmen lower a new Insert with rlcelronlv tear Into Hi ·

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