Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 2, 1952 · Page 6
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August 2, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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$.. N I W S I A Q U I I N IS H O M I -- America's aww Mperllner Untied States li welcomed New Yatt after Mttlnc tnna-AUwUe records fer eastward and westward crosslnts. HI · U S Y A T W O R K Barbara flwMMa, II, prcpar- tal batter for angel f**4 eake at JuMnUwn, N. Y,, wai clmoen "Y«uc lUaBesutser at* Tsar" fcy UM O«MM Rik FtMtaUwi. ALL M A R C H E D O U T -- His drum corps drill mates continue on after Harlsa) Hall, it Glovenvllle, N. Y., Yellow Jicketi, collapsed from hut in "Pageant of the Drums" at Syracot*. A K I N G - S I Z E S W O R D F I S H - M r s . Mildred Allison of Los Anieles stands with fonr companions at Antofa- Kasla, Chile, under a 759-pound swordfish she boated off Tocopilla Bay with a 39-lhread line. She clalmi a world record for the catch. W A T C H I N G H E R ' L I T T E R'-Susie, two-e.r- ·M rocker apatite! of Mrs. Florence Lnwry of Norwood Park, III, keep* a watchfnl eye OB rabbit and robin »hr has "adopted." W E I G H T L I F T S -- Mrs. Stanley Mrowctynskl checks welcht of tans, I^Roy. left, and Larry, who, totalint 18 pounds. 15 ounces, were reported in January as the heaviest twins ever born at SI. Anne's Hotpital, Chlc-am. They now scale KVi pounds. E A S Y D O E S I T -- A British rasollne truck reaches a n awkward lhou(h Impressive position 17 feet above around in a demonstration by a new forklirt truck. The powerful machine has a claimed load capacity of 11,000 pounds and a lift of 21 feet. T O S T U D Y U . S . H O S P I T A L S - Amir Ah- dcllak Al Faiaal. left. Siodl Arabia* Minister of Health, arrives wltk avdyiuard In New York to start tour of American hospitals. H A P P Y T W O S O M E --Mr*. Joan Moorhead totes her 4-ynr-nld son, Dickie, Indian- fashion as they head for the beach at Atlantic. City, N. J.. for relief from the heat. m W I R E D F O R S O U N D . --Latest In hidden hearing olds is pearl necklace with microphone in Jeweled ornament. Flesh-colored cord to earpiece Is wound around pearls. C H I E F WAHOO-Allie Reynolds, New York Yankee hurler, of Indian descent, should be no problem in this costume for experts ruessinr identities on a TV show. P '. S ,!-? L C H * M f --«*«""«' H. W. Reeves, left, is con- tratulated by A. M. Vlk, Norweclan Shooting Association head, afjter winning pistol shootlm championship at Oslo, Norway. C N A N C I S W I R I M A P I -- John H. Walt*, Jr., II, irf BcoUii, wha went lo Europe II years M H a bachelor Ol, arrive* In New York with hi* wife ami family. Three children are Ike Wast**' ·*)*, Hue* ajr* Mn. WaHe 1 ! by a preview aiarrlsff, and Ik* seventh was adopted. UP AND AT IT- 8»*ck. rtctnt sc^M pawmntH aMI- ttoi U Oceaiurlmai at MaHiMland, Fla., ar*vn It b ««kk to leant. M U nUwKpa older r»H«e«u t* ttl dally a*eal tt Hah.

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