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M Arctic's Secrets Bared By Plane-Landing Party At North Ne . Â»Â°r Â». Anchorage. Alaska - if, . The* daring North Pole Air For: e Robert early 1. ly Â« half century. Others, scientific secrets, are as old as the Arc-' ' Â·'fhingtnn-upi-The wife of a tic itself. . man who aspires to be president Muscular, ' Kcfauvcr Declares rtinn-r table *aÂ« Â« Â·'ind was irwcrih- ''V All the guf.sij rr'.mz f"r then n '"' lr = 'Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·;' .'! . and Mrs.-Clark, Â·Â·" "i '.'-ill sn-ri'l I few etoyi. . a tennis player's strong right | dresses'with short need? arm and frocks with free-wheel- mc r i g h t sleeves. That's the experienced opinion "' Nancy Kefauver, vicacious, red-haired Scottish-brim wife of The Air Force told toda-. of more of the work done by scientists and observers pa the historic flight Ma.v 4 in which Lt. Col. William P. Benedict, of Paradise i-alif., landed a C-47 and took o f i . c - - - - - "Â· tnree hours and 10 minutes later ' 5 Kefauv " "' Tennessee, fcom the geographic North Pole Â· H" ^husband is campaigning for These were some of the results: " " " The depth of the ocean b=low the ice was determined by a seismograph echo sounding at 14 150 leet. Dr. Albert P. Crary and' assistant, Robert Cottell, of ihe Cambridge Research Center Cam- 1 bridge, Mass.. bored a 10-f i shop. I wanted to pet the Democratic nomination. Mrs. Kefauver tnld this one on . -'iic i'u | IIM. rvim ii you fl' herself at the White House re- ' just feel that mus snmp cotton l?evrs--espe- cially dresses with sleeves that don't bind." she said. To demonstrate she flexed her arm. "Oh. are -01: a tennis player" 1 the salesgirl asked. "I told her 1 wasn't, hut th.nt I'm certainly using my right arm a lot. And if you don't think I am. ceptum for Congress yesterday; While stumping Florida with her husband she went into a Mi- It Ml solid, all right. "That comes from hand-shaking." she said. LOW PRICES in 7?hick a te b fT, e e d ."ni"'T "^ *"'' "" '""^^ PTM 5 '*""'' f i d d of DM TM' T Â«" Â» the .peak- two pounds of TNT 'and Â±SSrt T rf' '? ' ^ ^ f Â°"Â° W - "' "' it in the .vn.rim.ni Â· ex P loded ; cd. The hostesses were: Mrs. it in the experiment. The annual spring thaw opening great cracks Ice formins the polar Sgt. Edison Blair. Los Angeles said new leads varying from ' few feet to severa' ' , the ' , pressure ridges at the geographical ! e ' en . 1 pnlt - i seti !?Th. Admiral Peary cache was 1 "TM" found on one of the plane's Jli=hts and landings over the region. T-he plane was traveling at low alti- . e r u o .nn c o o ' he salcs booli . super- southeast of Sprinsrtalr mot Mon- Mrs ' Do - vle "Â«d- The d a v night. A program was riven , , ITTM ""* "'"' bf ^ and = discussion was held con,"''? '" lho dub ' s fund Pledged , cerning the school program M the : to th1 hos Pital. ! c i ose ,,, , hc mccting ., sncia j hour The Peaceful Valley PTA held a I was held. - tude over Cape Columbia, Elles: i^" 05 ' P' supper Friday night at Mrs. Maurice Thompson and mere Island, where the. Peary ex-l 7:;s;) at th 5 school with Hayf3 Mrs. Hralry Parker were hostesses peditions left the last land to start Mill = r as auctioneer. The. music ! Friday when the Center Corner a oOO-mile trek over the ice. ! vvas furnirhed by the Hughes and ! Club met in the club house north The cache wzs spotted and up- . Barron brothers. A large crowd at- j of Springrialo. -ri lc . d ; , v H . as j,p e ,,t on landing the party found it con-: lrnrl Pd. Thesj)ru-eeds will he used in quiltinK and plans were mail" tamed names and dates between : to lak ' the Peaceful Valley school ! for a picnic supper to be held at 190(1 and 1909. There were four 1 rhil(lr Â« n to Tulsa. ; Lake Aia'anla May 21. Secret m-tal and wood boxes. ! Members of the VFW Auxiliary ' r ' cnr ' Â£'" s were received by Mrs. , the speed and direction nf little known Arctic Ocean currents. The position of the floe as the geographic North Pole was veri- Fork. Sunda. Mr. and Mr?. E!=prn Waltrrs and son, Jimmy nnri Davip. nf Wai so Siades of the .lefferson School in the auditorium of the Robert E . 1,05 r i ' m o l Friday nijht." The Ave " ue 1TM' C Oicsts Sunday in th Mia was a story of a home of Mrs. Walters' , Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Grav of Strant Okla. Mrs. Myrl Fanning of Waylan L t . Co,. B i r t ,nd l C o . Fletcher, of Shawnee. Okla.,: Storingdale I Robert E. Lee rhythm band f u r 1 ' ,-." ' . ";:"" ', Â·Â·Â·;:Â·Â·"Â· : ni?hed thÂ» music ' Grnd ' Moore, who lives in the , u -,- Caudle Addition, was taken tn Â·Vpnu'p fÂ» nn n JÂ° WC , St Emma BaptiÂ£t Hns l lita! "' Li"'" R"* the Goodman R=ntkt ------- ft- Â· v- a 1^.^111 I,. 1UI I11S i of the Parent-Teacher Association dav, at convention that she attended in i Church in Keoho M the Re Little Rock recently Monday when , George Kellv officiated ' the Springdale Hi E h School PTA ; The Rev "r K met at three p. m. in the cafeteria the Asfembh *' Mrs. Clark Walker installed the . North rTompson Dr. E L. MrNally of Sprini;dale returned over Ihe weekend from Little Rock where he has hren to astor o f ; study and observe new dental urch on, t e[ -hniTUÂ»s perfected in that has an-, Mrs. Ma!tie Morris was returned jotinj i; to the home of Elbert Morns in , the Shady Grove community Saty 24. Ser--in-day hy a rallison-Si?rn a'mhul- Oive the Gift That Serves Best Open a checking account for Â· gift. Hoti's the best present of all! Start them on the road h) good financial housekeeping. If they're traveling for their honeymoon con lider buying a book of traveler's checks for them. 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