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August 12, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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-NOCfHttrfSf AIKANSAS TIMii, feyMMv**. ArfwMM. Tuw*,, Aufutl II, 1H1 the Boy Has Met His Breda tike The Little Folks Had Planned It, In Dingle Bay thin|. An Irish elf on nuke even in onion turn to fold, as every ^hild known. And when a leprechaun shown you his face, no that you will cha.se him around the fairy rinf, it is for hl« purposes, not youra. IAN MOR1N . make him blind with the beauty , Fohr Hv ' n - ve *TM' thc lltl1 '! I*"' , ,, , . - . ,, , . I Pie have been scheming and con- 'i-'i ou may be sure or Brrrtii O Sullivan. And they will j irMng'to brini this American boy ;. By RELMAN ·Mew York-Wi t* little people are bu.y. these ; :-·! the niRht wind .from the tea to , aaoa the ,,., lo Dj , ,, · Ijfhte, In the glens of Di,, s le | wl,i ; .pcrin! ··nslhori- mai-hree." | Breda O'Sullivan .They will kno' ,»». County Kerry. -They will be scooping up moonbeams from o(f the lakes of Kill- alfiey to put in Hie boy's ryr.s ami my which mr*;ir,! "darling of hrarl." anil to Rrrrtii It will i like the voice of Frank Ha.yoMak. Tlir liillc people know how to what to do, now he I* there. TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED Buy Yours From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP ,, . ROW I THE STORY THAT SHOCKED THE I NATION | LAUUNCI OLIVIER MNNir-H JONES * » A A « E PALACE THE ALL-TIME GREAT OF MUSICALS! I | -SHOW BOAI TECHNICOLOR OPEN llii -- COLORED CAHTOOM COOL U A R K ENDS TONITE LYDIA BAILEY' coi«. b, i f .hn,, 0 io LATE "EWS -- CARTOON Ralph MEEKER -Nancy DAVIS James WWTMOR-JeanHWBI OPENS 1:45 MON. THRU FRI. It Is » surprising thing that all the reporters who went to Tralee for the meetinf of Breda O'Sullivan and Frank Haynslak have not mentioned the "riaoine shie," Who else, do they think, arranged this thing? They have only told how it started, and what happened then: How Frank Hayoslak', who was a soldier coming home from the wars in 1945, was seized with a sudden impulse. He wrote his name and address -- Johnstown. Pa.--on a piece of paper, put it in » bottle, and threw the bottle j overside from an Army transport, ! deep in the North Atlantic. He never saw the litllc lady, as she stood on his shoulder, and whispered In his ear, telling him to do this. If he had, he would have seen that she wore a glass slipper on one foot, and the other foot was bare. She fave her slipper to Mickey Mulloy, years ago, on the giant's causeway, near Dunluce, as everybody knows. Mickey Mulloy was a fiddler. He was coming home that night from playing for a dance. And his heart was like the stones in the causeway, heavy and sharp, and hurting him sore, because of a girl anmcri Sheila O'Melveny. He sat down there to rest and think. Then he heard a voice saying, "Will ye play for us, Mickey? We will be dancing if you would." "That I ·will." said Mickey Mulloy, "If you will tcl| me how to win my true love, Sheila O'Mel- veny." In the monrlne. w h e n he wakened, Mickey Mulloy found a tiny glass slipper in his hand. And he remembered that he dreamed a little lady told him to give it to the dark-haired Sheila to make her see him truly. He did that, and she was soon his bride, a- everybody knows. Now, you say it was the gulf stream that carried the bottle, slowly, slowly across 1,000 miles of grey ocean, and laid it gently on the beach In Dlnile Bay, at the feet of Breda O'Sullivan. But there arc as many bays on the Souih Coast of Ireland as there are pebbles nn the shore. And the currents there run north to the Orkneys, to the strange, dark peonle of the islands, the people with second-sight. No, it. would be the little folk who guided Frank's bottle to Dingle Bay. and brought Breda there to find it. Bflnr an Irish firl, she recog- nl?.ed their hands in thi:. Any Margaret Hogan or Kathleen Wrenn would have done the same. So she took out the piece of naper, and wrote a letter to Frank Hayo- slak, Esq., Johnstown. Pa., U. S. A., as the reporters have said. He hits gone over to see her low, seven years after the little ady whispered in his ear. They iave ridden in H carriage, from Tralee to Dingle Bay. holding hands, and talking, shyly. And the little people will be wravinf mafic webs and making music in the glen. Dr.PiulfcMortTo Conduct U.I. Program I A work conference for eeluca-i j lion administrators will open on ! the University campus Monday j and continue until Fridav. I Dr. Paul R. Mort. professor of, educational administration in! Teachers College, Columbia Uni-1 versity, who is generally regarded as the nation's leading authority in the field of school /inane:, will direct the workshop program. He will be assisted by the graduate staff in educational administration in thc University College of Education. At least 75 school administrators from all sections of Arkansas will participate in thc workshop. Graduate credit will be Riven persons who qualify for such credit, but those who wish may lake thc work without academic credit. Areas of study will include local school finance problems.; school-community relations, school | business management, and staff! personnel problems. j Loan Fund In Memory j Of Alumnus Announced | Establishment of a $500 loan fund in memory of the late Mrs. Marie M. Waits of Mulberry was announced today .bv the University. Mrs. Waits died February 13, 1951. The fund, to he known as the "Marie M. Wails Sludcnt Loan fl:nd," was established bv her four children--Wallace F. 'Waits of Msgnolia, Mrs. Olynda Waits Oliver of Mulberry, Mrs. Esther Maurine Waits Aufill of Albuquerque, N. M., and James A. Wails of Muskogee. Okla. Three of Ihe four are graduates of Ihe University. Bliit Kills Coil Mimrt | Douai. France-OP)-Three miners! were killed and 17 others injured! in a coal mine explosion her- ini Northern France today. ' A 10 - story steel - skeleton! building, c-ccied in Chicago ji 1885. was the lirst "skyscraper." BUILDING AND REPAIR CABINET AND MILL WORK of All Kindt. 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