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NO NUT, this squirrel, as it lunches at what should be a safe spot near Washburn, Wis. A NINE-INCH SNOW provides good schussing near un-Alpine Omaha, Neb., amid skeletal, ice-glossed trees. news visuals | NEA| (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) CAST IN BRONZE are designer Domenico Albion and a friend, ringing out a warning against pollution of the world's cities. The pair draws the public's attention in the shadow of the Dome of Florence in Florence, Italy. ONE WAY—ALL STANDING—are these cars in Nikko, Japan, as motorists try to wend their way to a sporting event held to mark Health and Sports Day. BRITAIN'S PRINCE CHARLES looks intense as he is about to fire a 120-inm bazooka during an inspection of British troops in West Berlin. He is in the uniform of an imantrv colonel. NEW U.S. AMBASSADOR to NATO is Donald Rumsfeld. The presidential councilor, former director of the office of economic opportunity and Illinois congressman, was named to the post in President Nixon's continuing shakeup of his second-term administration. IF EVER TEAM WORK was necessary, it's in this act by the Peking Acrobatic Troupe prior to its December performances in American cities. FORMER DANCER Neile Adams returns to acting with role as Burt Reynolds' deaf-mute wife in "Fuzz." She retired from show business for 11 years while the wife of actor Steve McQueen. ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MOM, DEC. 18, 1972 Page 8 HOW'S YOUR NOSE FOR NEWS? What occured where? Study the map and match the numbers with the events listed in the box at right. Score yourself 10 points for each correct answer. A score of 50—not bad. A score of 70—you're pretty sharp. A score of 90 or more—congratulations to a reol news hawk! MATCH 'EM UP • Death penalty • • Labor party wins • • Agnew picked • • President ousted • • Women's army • Crash kills 155 Error killings Stamps safe NATO envoy Cold remedy DEATH PENALTY—Florida becomes first state to restore death penalty following Supreme Court ruling against capital punishment. (4) LABOR PARTY WINS—Australian elections put labor party In power, ousting Conservatives. (7) AGNEW PICKED—Republican governors meeting in Phoenix agree Vice President Agnew is GOP's lead- NEWS QUIZ MAP ANSWERS ing presidential possibility. (1) PRESIDENT OUSTED— Gen. Oswaldo Lopez Arellano, Honduras' strongman for nearly two decades, ousts civilian president and takes dictatorial powers. (6) WOMEN'S ARMY—Army of 10,000 women rebels in combat action in Cambodia. (3) CRASH KILLS 155—Engine trouble blamed for plane crash in Spain killing all 155 persons aboard. (5) ERROR KILLINGS—British soldiers kill one plumber, wound another in Northern Ireland, mistaking lengths of pipe for rifles. (8) STAMPS SAFE —Government researchers in Washington say no matter how many stamps you lick, you're safe. (9) NATO ENVOY—Donald Rumsfeld named U.S. ambassador to NATO in Brussels. (10) COLD REMEDY—Dr. Sol Katz of Georgetown U. tells Senate committee in Washington that hot chicken soup may be as effective against colds and coughs as highly advertised medicines. (2) MAKING COMPACT CARS, or making cars compact, is easy for the Hanomag C-20 as it demonstrates in Munich, West Germany. The 400-hp, 23-ton behemoth, with its four spiked wheels, approaches a pile of junked vehicles, left, and leaves them pancaked, right. It was designed originally for compressing garbage. You can pick one up for about $80,000, or 240,000 marks, whichever is easier. THAILAND HAS BEAUTY QUEENS just like in the United States, and there she is, holding a sign in the front of the boat, during a boat racing event about 20 miles southeast of Bangkok on the Chao Phraya River. HOW'S THAT AGAIN? Well, it could be that there is no parking on this New York street simply because all the parking spaces are filled. SITTING all day and Ashing is nothing unusual, but doing it on a stilt makes the fishermen of Weligama, a town on the southeast coast of Ceylon, the island nation now renamed Sri Lanka, something different. They leave their perches only for lunch.