Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 29, 1952 · Page 10
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April 29, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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P R I N C E S S P A Y S--Princess Beatrix, loft, eldest daughter (if (luccn Juliana of (he Netherlands, pays smut for removing f a l l e n branches at Sncslclljk Palace. In center is Princess Irene. P I L G R I M S M E E T F O R P A P A L B L E S S I N G -- Saint Peter's Square. Vatican City, is dolled with faithful gathering lo receive the Easter Sunday blessing nf Pope Pins XII, I O R N T O B E R I N G -- This meek young linn cub --prince of the animal world -- Is alone with his thoughts In the Zoo it Copenhagen, Denmark,'where he was born recently. «-: ./' ,, X- ^ ' H O N O R E D - Mrs. Toy j-rLen Oopn, 57, mother of elcht 1; children, who ha« bei!»in«.9ipil Si'"Maine Mother off- ili«'?:*'eaf,J.' L^turBn handle of presser In. licr r.-' Portland, Me., 1/auhdrj. P R O T E C T I V E W I N G -- A roiiln happily a w a i t s hatching of her eggs In Joseph 1'nllon'n yard nt Louisville. Ky., protected from the elements by a big umbrella, courtesy of I'.ttlon. ·Tr t,Wv»rf*»" ' ···-··'···· *vfr««Mt» V / E I G H T L I F T I N G -- Visitors to the General lileclric u l a n l In Schencclady. N. V.. sec t h e shifting of .part of a 14-ton t u r b i n e In new Sfi.SOO.flOO addition to the-.turbine building. K I S S F 0 R / M I S S -- Hclffa Gnrekurth, 18, is bussed li; Max Handen, operetta star, after bcins: selected "Jliss Berlin, 1952" In represent ciiy in "Miss Germany" contest at Wiesbaden. N A M E D A S E N V O Y -- Koberl D. Murphy. 57. has been nominated by President Truman as first post-war Ambassador to Japan. The diplomat is now envoy to Belgium. G R O O M S R A C E H O R S E S - English-horn Mrs. Theodora "Tommy" Clcnimcnts, believed (irsl woman groom at Churchill Downs. Ky.. poses w i t h doc, "Itosle," and a charcr. B O Y W I T H D R I V E -- Delrrnilnrd-lniiklng Lindsay Crnsbv, 1.1. iihiys coif with his famous father. Bine, and recently curled an K an the Thiintler- hlnl rniirsc. Palm Springs, Cal. M A Y P L A Y D E R B Y T U N E -- .Myhclyn Stable's Master Fiddle. H'llllc Itoland up, became one (if popular choices In K e n t u c k y Derby afler victory in Jamaica's Wood Memorial. W I N N E R ' S S M I L E -- Gail Peters of Washington, I). {'. and Trenton, N. .!.. holds medal at Daytona Beach, Pla., where she smashed two records in A A U senior swim meet. W O R K O F H I S T O R Y ' S , I D E A . M.AN-iierald- in); the helicopter is this scale model of design for an aerial screw made from drawing by Leonardo da Vinci, shown in New York. r i C T U M S T H E S M I ~ I* TWMf, center, Csnlon, " F L O R I D A S T A R -- nine Man. one of the stars of (he T A R G E T F O R N A V Y -- Ulayne Brown views radio-controlled Navy target plnnn \\-lth two-cylinder entlnr, Illlcii w i t h plastic, nose and UN assemblies, at Chlea*i exhibition.

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