Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 22, 1952 · Page 8
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April 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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*" ' , * ', , t f / M O U N T A I N M A I E S T Y AND M I L I T A R Y M I C H T - Japan', snow-capped n on a round-the-clock basis A N C 1 1 N T S K Y S C R A P E R-A tlrl txrlst I, dwarfed rldM *f Temple af Dioscuri built In lone 2,500 years ·r MK Cfloute lire 40 feet high, ikraenperi In antiquity. 1 A R O U N D T H E Y CO -- A yearling deer and a hunting dog are ready partners for a farmyard fling at Snohomlsh, Wash. They've been friends ever since deer wandered out of the woods. U N D E R G R O U N D Q U E E N - H I M Odette decorates nuduelor'i cab of subway train after being chosen a Miss R. A. T. P.--Ml»s Transportation »f Paris underground railway. B O U N D F O R C A N A D A -- Mr. and Mrs. Thedorus van Erp and their twelve children arrive In Iloboken, N. J., from their native Holland cnroute to a new home near Windsor, Canada. B E A U T Y Q U E E N Mrs. Indranl Rehntan, Indian dancer, poses with trophy after winning "Miss India" title in Bombay. She Is daughter of an American who settled In India. M A T C H E D P A I R -- Actress Elyse Knox acd her daughter, Kelly Jean Harmon, seven, wear matching dresses xnd hats in Hollywood. Miss Knox is wife of ex-football player Tom Harmon. P L E N T Y OF B R A S S A R O U N D - 11,1, O f high- ranking officers of NATO nations lie on Paris cloakroom table as owners attend stuff maneuvers based oh maps and blackboards. H O N O R E D -- Senora Rosa Mnrkmann dn Gonzalez-Vidrla, wife of the President 01 Chile, has been selected as the ''Mother of the World" hy the American Mothers Committee. C L A M M I N G UP -- Hands and mouth work in quick harmony in this clam eating contest in Seattle, Wash., Dick Taylor, left, won by cobbling down 337 ste.imrd littlcnccks in 10 minutes. T ' t s*. ' M I N I A T U R E S - v ban)0 f f u l t a r , nd 'tr T' TT." V °" ml "»"»"» «' »'xieo. are part of strument collection of Arthur L. Reimer, of Inglewood, Cal. TW X A S C U $ H I R - Ouihlnr OH, lh« Kmturhy Derbr MM«to of 'lexo oil I....1 Rim Wllion, Jr., his alrrndy no* Hi* ··* ArkMMi lltrMn M »r»Hratkn («r the Mr race. ' D E R B Y H O P E F U L -- Tom Fool, rireentree Stable rnlrir, li exprclrd to go to Kentucky Derby pout rlddrn by Ted Atklnnon wlio piloted the homo lo victory In the lll|h quest M Jamaica. L , f u A L A R M - Vie. Chitlen itemnnstratn his rocket air raid warning signal it Torrnnre, Cal. WhIMlIng pro- Jeclllti can be heard over a five-mile area according lo Challen.

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