Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 5, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 5, 1952
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A N O T H E R W O R L D - A c t r n . Arlem. Bahl ·· ntfMM as "Dream ttu*m" tilth Lull Romero drrii and Jennie 'Vfcyrtn u "tt.»dolim" at Art Mtwltnu tfutr Dream Bill. N.Y. F I R E C R O W N S H I L L S O N T H E H U D S O N -- Break Neck Ridfe i s wreathed with f l a m e s a s a forest f i r e lithts up the night sky at Cold Sprint-, N. Y. The. flre devastated 500 acres of timber on Sufar Loaf Mountain before bcint checked. T A K I N G T H E S P R I N G A I R -Lucky, latestEdi- tion to the camel family at the London Zoo, makes her first public appearance with mother, Persy, on advent of Spring wejther. O F F 1C I A L I N S P E C T I O N - BrULh War Minister AnUwar Hu4. la 8rbv, loot. ·! a foxhole dui by BrllHh traopt onmanenvrn nnr Snluu durlni hli t»ur of H»t (irrman units. P . R O M O T E D - A s s l s t a n t Secretary of the Army Karl R. Bendctscn of California, was nominated by President Truman for promotion to Undersecretary, ftncoeedlnf A. S. Alexander. NO TRUCKS "iatN VcAMtrti NE PlAf, L'ftor«noani , »*,iiita MtunNie P-L A I N E N 0 U C H -- To warn driven, Carroll R. Geissier posted "No Trucks" sirn in 10 lanfuates barrinf them from his Newinrton, Conn., driveway. Chinese came from laundry ticket. F L O W E R Q U E E N S-r 0 «l« Kananlmaile Halna. Moana Kamelcilanl Snura and rn-K.i, cathcr orchids for thflr cro«n» l« iiiirrui nl H.nsili.,n l.i-l llav fnllval. E X - C H A M P I O N IS 77 -- James J. Jeffries, former heavyweight boxlnr champion, receives cake from Paul Belma and Bill Schroeder, on his 77th birthday in Burbank, Cal., home. E Q U I N E A P P R O V A L FOR 0 L Y M P I A N -Murjorlc Hahics, first woman to win a plnce on I!. S. Olympic Equestrian team, visits mounts as they sail from New York for Europe. S P I R I T O F 7 6 --Mrs. .loo Archio, 76-year-old fisher- woman, displays the 281i inch black spotted trout she took .from Topaz Lake on Nevada- California border near Keno. NO G E N T L E L I C K -- Sandra Bradley, 5, learns to her consternation at Fayettcville, Tenn., that neighbor Art Farrar's new Brown Swiss heifer has rough tonsue for hand feeding. S C R O L L I f OK- 111 V I C I -- Marten Trwr, WiMhtHilM, D. C,, add* wioll (.· pile I* M ·«*r4*tf W 111 tnHnttf tnr RtMtvfc Mk*n AaMclatlra l*r ·nl»l»ndlii» ariviec lo nation. ffl- . . . . . - . . -.« . · . . . , . . . . . : M O D E R N D E $ I C N-lfeehlve brlek drslm' on the bal- ronlri of aparlmrnt house development In Caraca*. Vrneiuela, crealei a natural air flow and prolerllon from the tropical tun. S A W D U S T R O'M A N C E -- Jo»)e Mu)lens an« Henry 8lraMbttr««r, members *f well- known clrcui families, ride In alreeU ft Matsirleht. Holland, la (he town hall far their w*ddln(.

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