Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 15, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 15, 1952
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H A W A I I ' S V O L C A N O B U B B L E S IN THE N I C H T _ Fiery smoke rise, from H.ITM,,TMTM, Inside and some 1.000 feet below two-mile rim of Kllauea crater in Haw ill National Park, as It subside! to a bubble between eruptions. A C R O W N O N H E R H E A D - M b . Lnlverw, Mmfc Ami B»MU, II, who ntmeiiM Finland. w«n crown ·tier wtutac k««4r Mteut CMlMt at LMU Bnch, Cal. S H O W O F S T R E N C T H - J a m e s E . Parks, r f Chicago, display! Air. America-winning physique by llftlnf hl wife, Ethel, and trophy after physical culture contest in New Ytrkr N D I A ' S E N V O Y ? London-educated .Ganganvihari L. Mehta, 52, has been proposed as India's new Ambassador to the United Stales. He helped draft constitution. B A C K D R O P i S U N I T E D S T A T E S -- Superllner United Stales, before maiden Atlantic voyage, is background for water tkicrs on trip around New York's Manhattan Island. A W E I I I I 0' B A T W 0 R K _ Kllt-clad Allslalr (Butch) Fork**, ftwltiak fan of Brooklyn Dodgers whose guest he WM la America, icla batting lesson from Tommy Holmes. M O R N I N G S T R O , Germany, Zoo, sticks out it! during morning' stroll on ON A at Cologne tive came L L~Mita, B younr pnm paw at an equall.r-lnmisl eash of attendant'! C A M P A I G N B A D G E S --Arlene Walrotl, Library of Congress secretary in Washington, shews oirt-Ump election hut- Inns anil badges in political exhibit dating hark lo 1824. S H O P P I N G IN P A R I S _ Printed organdie and ,11k eveilat gowns are shown to Kathleen U'lnsor, scaled, author ·f out-teller "Forever Amber." at .Schlaparelll talon in Paris. P O P U L A R L I F E C U A R D-Lifegu.rd J.yce Milch-ell, la, has the boys "drowning" all over the place when she comes W H A T N E X T ? -- A perplexed Philadelphia hotel doorman wonders whether to fly or park Ibelr Airphibian as he greets Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Fulton, Jr., of Xewtown, Conn., un arrival. on duty at Oakland City swimming pool in Atlanta, Ca. I N C I N I I R I N C HAT -- H»g« er«l»r nrclln *f are-slrc^wd rnnciele bridge h hohrted i *· lt!i-Mlto Vw«Mli hlgkwar kttwftn t'ancai and aeainrl limn nf l.a Cualra. M E A S U R E S U P -- Mr*. Itarnllir Mllham, Vatlie, Wash., nine, mfamtrti her B.^-lncN. ISS-iwund hallhnl, »iw nf lafgnt tv»r kMM »r · *«··· !· ar«, after cakN ««I*M* Fitct T H I S I S F O R T H E B I R D S - P e t H.rks, Salt ut F*M»r, nk l|.in«nlh-*M Mkhdk. aVaakr-wbtwt k.1 a»tr,-W Ilk ·( w.l«r Mama p.i I. MteiuMt. rtnlTJiU h«l l^fl.

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