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

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 1, 1952
Page 6
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A N N I V E R S A R Y W A L T Z - ,, . . . yw-tM mrle tlmlor-rtttactr. celebralei gtlden wedding an. ·iTtrarr with granddaughter, Dlanna De Mllle, 5, In Hollywood Z O O M I N G ' S K Y B L A Z E R S ' -- The U. S. Air Force precision team rives an exhibition at Port Lyautey, French Morocco. The croup will appear (or the first time In the U. 8. at the International Aviation Exposition In Detroit, Anr. 31 and Sept. 1. C H I L D R E N ' S D E L I C H T-The "White Fairy" ride, on a giant butterfly to form this colorful tableau In annual outdoor festival pmession held at Geneva, Switzerland. SIT f O R . . _ IttU* r»M N*M. 4. ·MM* k*tW*M 111 tf · (Mil Btnaerl, 71. listens u .·-Ml* Alpine horn before ·t 81 Gall, Switierland. E N D O F A T R I P -- Boh Swltier. Jl, MeHenry, III., boatmaker, nears Hudson River finish ·f 121-mile, Albany-to-New York outboard race In lime of 3 hours, 3 minutes, 35 seconds. H A S C A N A L P L A N -- Dr. William H. Hobbs. 88, University of Michigan geologist, discusses idea for waterway under Honduras mountains to relieve Panama Canal traffic. G L O O M Y N E W S F O R P I N B O Y S -Georgette Davis watches new electronic pinsetter. Its "brain" in box at left, index pins into spotting table at bowling center in Brooklyn, N. Y. M A N O F P A R T S --William Srharff. of Brooklyn, N.Y., li Me of the few suppliers of Model T Ford parts, which he began stockpiling when Model A look over In ll«7. A T J E W E L S H O W Kalherine Cassldy shows diamonds and other precious gems from the $12.000,000 California Retail Jewelers' Association ·how in Lis Angeles. R O U N D U P L E A D E R -- Elizabeth the goose waddles out to pasture at milking time and, after a few squawks to line up the cows, leads them to Les Irwin's dairy farm, Sydney, Australia. K I T T E N T A K E S A L I C K I N ' - Ruff. German shepherd owned by Ray Wallace. Norwell. Mass., launders Puff. * kitten he sometimes carries around in his mouth--but lightly. 0 99 T N f § 1 i 9 I H D - N«n Mnm Mi *W« n 4«T IM* Mto Ik* N«nl I |Ml M W. AlkMi, N, T, iwUf "ifcuiM ·*!»" tlu* ta "mrrtval iwhMHw B A L C O N Y S C I N I .N^r ·TCT RMM, Italy, ·*·*!· vkltnti · thm-run apartment with flowered ··tora-typ* Jiltol MeMta Hk« thne Itt HI · Hwiilli. W A T I R T I G H T -- This nrUble 4,7*-galhHt alnnliin.plutje IW|M.|H ·**!. II fed hi elrcMitertnct ·"* five feel high, wa» hull! ky rat Pttrle *T nwth Htllywwrf, Cal.

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