Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 19, 1952
Page 6
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NOHTHWIST AtKANSAS T1MIS, Affcamw. Saturday, Aprfl \V. 1»52 · : i News Of 7he World In Pictmes CORN DOWN THE DRAIN RUSH OMAHA-COUNCIL BLUFFS FLOOD LEVEE BUILDUP ilAVT Uouncl jhlgUr IAITH-MOVINO machinery li u»ed to nish b u i l d u p of leveei In the »rcn of Omahft, Neb., and I Bluffi. In., which lit on oppoiltt ildei of thrrampaglng'Mlsnourl river, aa the flood torrent rises' «nd higher. Water" hor« U nearly up to Northwestern railroad. I International Xoundvltotoi ls bolstering. Itself for an even prater flood crest. FLAMES FIND LADDER TOO LATE I R O N Y OF THE FLOOD--Water six feet deep swirls nround grimly ironic £i«n on highway 20, near Sinux City, Iowa, as woist Missouri Ilivcr Hoods in history overflow farmlands and cities.. RIGHT TURN OR LEFT TURN, IT'S ALL THE SAME Heart Okay Now DICK RUSSELL, who became color TV's first const-to-coast "star" when IIP wfis the pntier.t In a .sweetheart, bluiule Gloria Spires Russell. IP. following wedding In N. Glrnriale. Cnl. (International) engulfed fire ladder nt right, several persons' down the ladder from burning hotel apartment in San' Francisco,"The tire rngcd up a stairwell, and four persons trapped on fifth floor were killed. Nineteen were injured. (International) SIGNS on liif.livsny "*!il w .·atcih of Hie u'ukniiif; Mi.* cst of South Sioux City. Nch.. arc almost completely sunmeij;r(i by mun. The "BiR MmiJy" Is at n l l - l l n i e crest. flnte-niniinnnt SOH»I/II/I»IO| GREEN BAY 'FOXED OUT' ... . . fcftnit «tini*teil by hunt from homo in Oreen n«y, W l « , where th« flood-. ftt poiiri OM U I'.k fett deep through 20 tqtiarc hlocki tl tht city. U. n. M n r l n r i .'.";! elvlll»nl I *nr!i*r« moved mil. 11 f n m H i - a nn (Jrecn P a v s north ildn. f / n l e n i n r i n n n l K o i i i n / p d n l o i 7 I PASSENGER 'COPTER CRACKS UP A DOCTOR ATTENDS one of the five Injured In first flight c* psssenge ^helicopter in tx» Angeles. The National Airways craft h*4 just re 'turned from christening ceremonies on a hotel la\vn when ft cracke* up on a short hop at Los Angeles International airport, (llttfnatvinai SUDDEN DEATH OVERHEAD-The nl«htm»re flrurn tufflni j Ihl.i bnllnon uro U S. Army «nsinccrs, moving nn old-typ« warning f marker nwn.v from the Pnnmunjom true* site In Korea. Tn« tiiit* , are rl«i!|ncd to prdlcfl Ihc men In case Ihf hydro««n-flllt(l bag nhould explndc, Now, snussRf-shaped bnllnons, ftllid with non-ex-; ploilvc hflliim, will rcplairc (ho Innammnble spheres that tartnerlf^ warned planer, iiway from the ar«. . ·

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