Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 1, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 1, 1952
Page 6
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. T *·""""·"· M''-"«'l «·-«" rlss conslruclion plal- power plant chimney overlooking St. Pauls Cathedral mil the Thames River. N I W A H A H E A D Dr. MwaHl 1. MrCvrmlck, nf T«M«, O s elecfetf M thti Chi- Mtt *MfMM«i, will like nfflet ·«· Jim M ntetldcnl Iff Hit AMI*** Me4lral A«wlitlnn. I E N D I N C T O H I S T A S K -- Ireland's Res Armstrong rounds a curve I n the Senitr International Trophy motorcycle rice he won with 92.97 mph. speed averase on Isle nf Mm. S T A T U E S U R C E R Y --Hesitation o f West fUe.rmany'a f»mo«» ISO-font Hermann Statue near MelmoM Is haiardnus joh fnr Berlin specialist In attempt In repair World War II dam.ier. R I N . I W T R A D I T I O N -- R,||J|,,II., ortlrrj hr»d line yf martk II Went Hcrlln C«lh«|lci wlehrate Cornus fhrlstl Day In V. 8. ».on« with traditional procession, first since end of v,:ir. F I N D E R S K E E P E R S - Susie, a Java monkey, keeps a lirm «rip on a month-old kitlm which she "adopted" after II wandered Into Knoxville, Tenn., home of animal trainer Fred l.aml). K E E P I N G I N F 0 R M_sheil:i I . c r w i l l . w h o h a j cleared ·« feet, aeven and one-half Inches in competition, has one foot tuefced behind her as she hij:h jumps in a London meet. N O V E L H A N D B A G --Milady's purse resembling a (riant red penny with a renter clip of Ifln liny diamonds is * new ofTcrins by I'aris designer Violrlte Tnrnille. F O L K C O S T U M E S-"llat," w e l s h l n e about 30 pounil, « ST 1 IjTTM ? S f n »«"«ald t l l l a r k Forest) croup d u r i n g sl\- nalnn Inn mlvme parade at S r h u c n n i n c c u . southern (irrmnny. T I M E P I E C E _ A sim, e u omien clock for leadline \val li movements is sbo\\ n by t e French Invrnlor I'aiil Cbcvah r at the ;")lllh anniversary I n v ors exhibition in Paris. T O L E A D R A F _ Air Chief Marshal Sir William F. Dickson. above, lias been appointed British Royal Air Forre Chief of Air Stan" succeeding Sir John Slessor next Jan. 1. j ; a'S*"vr"----TM»ss ' """'· ''""""I! ."id books from Denver's Park Hill School, (··M' -I ^"""T^T^HM^^^^--i^--.^- CUM, «f MMtrla, N. V., helleVPI mn ki · n A R M S D I S P L A Y -- n»i v bluest diiplar «f armH vltht «hir» the war mcve.s atom Inmfrlal Forums Avenue, Rimv b ·bMrvaim *f tilth ·n«lver»«ry nf Hepuhllc'i C R O S I Y I I N A F A M I L Y P O R T R A I T - thflr Mw mm let Iwelhtr al Brmlj Mlllt, c»l., In t front It Lindsay, II, iirt UnraOiir rMrlfvfr. With Mr, .M PklU, .»*. t n^ HWU. Al JhT »,,,, fc "'"'· nMr ' ""' " rnl " 1 W l l h "'"» l*' '·r

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