MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1951 (ARK.) COURTER KETTI PAGE + + ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES + + EACH IN HIS OV/N S T Y L E _ Tl,r«- elderly waller,. Iryinr not to , P 7ll liquid, in (lasses on trays; sprint near end of a waiters' derby race lhrou»h WM^Berlta lUcei SOLDIER'S VIEW OF F A S H I 0 N _ Pv t Edmund Hale, of Fl. Worlh. Tex., bWs for model's atlention durW a fashion show at Camp Kilmer, N. J., to test male reaclums. WINNER CONGRATULATED- S m gcr » n d old car-fancier .Tamos rvielton cotiffr.itiilal^s John H. Brause, 76, who Is standinR in 1913 S'snlcy R'.raincr lie drove to win Chtcago-io- < New York old car race. Margaret Harris (r.) was his companion, j TIME OUT-Ballerina Elaine Fifleld who dancei at The Sugar Plum Fairy In (he London production of Tschaikowsky's "Nutcracker Suite" relaxes dlil- k- Inj a dres« rehearuL "'__ DEFENSE CHIEF— Robert A- Lovett, 5S, former Np^i- York investment banker. It the fourth U. S. Secretary of Defense. He succeeds Gen. GeorEt ,. C. Marshall who resigned. RECALLING OTHER Y E A R S-Reenaetln, . popular 19lh centur- spor*, a balloon btjtins Its accent from tha j London South Bank slt« during the 1951 Festival of BrlUln.J NEARS COMPLETION- This view of (he Baba'l House of Worship at Wilmette, III., shows Interior ornamenlntlon of Sl.500.QOO ihrine which will be opened to public In 1053. RETURN TO S C R E E N _ Pioneer movie .clor HOBS, relcrs (rielit) .slind.s nn a Hcli ,vr". I set with, his son. House, Jr., who persuadid him to relurn t» films after 23-year retirement. J : ^^)®>H«^^:^<?:;-Siffi*fSi«p SILENT AND UNOFFICIAL OB.SERVER-A robed native walche, with t>. terest as a French Army armored vehicle passes by during maneuvers near Tebtssa, Alierii. ••/ r ACTING HEAD — ^Rlcb^rd ^f. liissell. Jr. (above), ,*ia« been designated by I'rrsi- clcnt Truman to he flip Acting Administrator of the fCcononiio v Coopcratioa Administration., RECALLING THE PAST- Canlaln, "noc" Elan- ch^rtl (left) and Arnnlrl Tucker visit «ilh (heir West I'olnt team- matn. Glenn Davis,'at Newburgh. N'. Y., as the famous ".Mr. Outside," now playing pro football, takes time out from practice. KOREA LEADE R— Tnii elostup study of Gtn. James A. Van Fleet, 8th Army Commander, «« taken at his Korea bead- «wl«rs »Htt ke HUioed hit ruk of tour-sUr General. . NAMED DEPUTY— XVIillim C. Foster, former Eto- nomlc Cooperation Adminlslra- lor, h (he new Deputy Secretary of Defense. Jle succeeds Robert k_ A. Lovelt In (hat post. KEEPING' AN OLD LANDMARK GOING— View of famed Brooklyn Br!d([» froui lowrr ManhatUa, X. V., shons extensive rciiair work being done on approaches *nd structure.
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