Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 15, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 15, 1952
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^_ NORTHWEST AUKANSM TIMK, fay.rttvllU, ArkaMM. Tu«doy, Jonuary 13, Wl News Of The World In Pictures NOW AS I SEE IT -- Clothes for Youth -- - · wfUtf'Cd tvi i t/utff I Cottons Designed for SmaO Fry | MORE BOUNCE TO THE BUMP-Inventor Jeff Corydon II ol Chicago shows oft his new "Bump-Air" guards that promise to produce a livelier bounce when Mama rams the rear wall of the garage. The inflated rubber guards are designed to be mounted on steel auto bumpers. Corydon will make them himself. MESIDENT HUMAN ami British Prime Minister Winston Churchill ehnt In Illirary of the British embassy In Washington before . formal dinner marking.Churchill's visit to the U. K. f/nlcriinlloiiol Soum/iinolu; ANTI-COMMUNIST 'VETS' IN U. S. itHREI V6TEHANS of Europe's battle against Communism smile at New; '· York's Ullcwlld airport en route to Mlniul, Fin., for the Moral Ke: nrnmmcnt "Assembly of the Americas." They nro (froin. let 1 * Tow, Kertl- {orinet president. of.UMs Beaten,NiUMiat-Stcvcrtoros' ami Dock-, fera' union who wan n lop British Communlm olllclal for more t h n n 22, years before turning to tlio Mornl Rearmament movement; Hosii Oraliiv 'refugee from Communlnt-occuplcd Germany who walked a hundred., i miles to tho frto west; U B lllo Quaglla, I t a l i a n labor lender who wa* '» soldier In Tito's ConimunliiL Partisans during World War II. Bonn ;10 loadVs Iron! JD nations are meeting In Miami. ^/nfcriHiHomil^ ELDER STATESMEN GET TOGETHER PER 100 PEOrLE These sub-teen cntlons ( l e f t ) h a v e :i s.ipliistu-alc.1 limk. Dark Inp ( f a r left) is worn w i t h harlcoiiin .rinVe.1 skirl over inatuliinK .slinrts. Print is in black, chartreuse anil while Subdued eraj-anrt-while ', , i" *! ,,ir, ti'iu wtijti cl'islic wcbhip ( r to ilcfuic a small waistline. Dolman sleeves are checked svuc «^'um ' · " ^"^ ,^ : % co,,\rrm,le collar i s wide; .skirt is very full, l-'or small " --(^V,' .ompanhm , h-,-k. ; ,n,|.,.h.i.l c i n K h a n , in a sundress ( r i g h t ) lopped by a bolero. Boil) plaid * g j i i R h a n i a !, r r i g h t ) has nippc.l-i w;iist "I navy elastic webbing and hallcr-i.vpc sleeve line. TVEW YORK -- ( N E A ) -- High style, adapted 1o the freshness of youth, is the keynote of a new cotton collection done by two Dallas designers, Belli Terrell and Clyde Heard. These clothes, for spring and Easter, have a kind of sophistication that's based on shining simplicity. They're very different from the demure lllllc dress that's been classic for small fry. A tiny sun dress, for sizes three to six, has its own small bolero jacket. The jacket has white pique collar and cuffs trimmed with; removable black velvet boVrs; it makes the dress r i g h f f o r Sunday school wear. With jacket off, the BY GAILE DUGAS NBA Woman's Editor dress can go right lo the beach. A second dress for small girls, in tissue gingham, has the same kind of halter-type sleeve line seen in adult fashions. Navy clas- tic webbing nips la the waist, just as it docs irt grown-up styles. For the sub-teen group, there arc clothes with charming high style. In separates, sleeveless black tops' arc paired with harlequin printed skirts. Typical color combination for these skirts is black, chartreuse and white. The linen duster turns up for Sunday school wear in washable linen-like rayon worn with detachable black velveteen scarf and · miniature pouch bag, both trimmed in ball fringe. There are other high style notes , in this sub-teen group. The knitted midriff is shown here, too, and so is the knitted cuff to anchor the push-up sleeve. There are dolman sleeves, diagonal button place- ' ments and pockets that slash Into ' the side fullness of skirts. f The small girl, walking in the · Easter parade, can wear a white · organdy dress that has a nest of colored buttons shaped like eggs on the pockets. The colors for these are the gay colors of Easter: pink, green, yellow and blue. SWEETEST TOWN--Candy and cake were the building mate. rials Mrs. Emmanuel Trinklcln of Frankcnmuth. Mich., used to build this tiny lown. Roofs are shingled with cookies, mitmcats, 'candy anil frosting. Mrs Trinklcin built the mouth-watering display for u;e in a church program. APARTMENT BUILDING FIRE MEET MR. AVERAGE AMERICAN-Robert Rchm, who fits the Census Bureau's description of the "average American, takes his average family for an average walk on an average day, through the streets of Lcvittown, L. I. Mr. Rehm, an electrical assembler, is classified as a semi-skilled worker, has an annual salary that approximates 53000, owns a refrigerator, radio, and telephone, and still pays on his home. His wife, Peggy, leads Jeff, three, by the hand, and Daddy caries 3-mos.-oId Chris. The dog docs the average amount of barking. £ ·.jvr (IDE* STATESMAN Bernard Bnruch greets Winston Churchill at Penn- '·ylvanln station. New York, on the British prime inlnlnter'a arrival 'from Washington I" visit lianu-li .·/iilminllonol Komul|)llolo; FOR LITTLE SQUIRTS-U'"- so.v (.'minors, a household h i n t s ami gimmicks expert (in Chicago TV, shows how to usi % llu 1 "grapefruit classes," equipped with liny windshield wipers. A simple push of the plunger anil the blades wipe away every Irace nf wild j'.rapcfniil juice. 13 MISSING and feared dead and 16 Injured is the toll as firemen shoot water into » burning five-story residential and office building in Westfield, Mass. Damage estimated 5750,000. (International Soundphotofl FRENCH BELIEVE INDO-CHINA INVASION IS COMING MIO FOR NIGHT WORK7TMTlm ih«ln nf i.n i i l i h i n i i i - H U I M I . H MIC-l.'i j.-l shmvs the hn» cxlm bolKon nround tin- imsi*, v i r t u a l l y r t n i f l i i n l i i i f W r j l f i n fours llio Huvu-is nu- · a t heir Korra-lcsleil fighter with miliir. Km-h rqiilpmonl would nd.iiil II I n niishl i n i n - "ttpwr' mlssinn.!. Picluri wns I n k e n at !·:.·»I (Jcrinnn n i i p o i l nnd primed in Aviiillon_Aiic, SUPER-SACK FOR ACHING BACKS - Oround-brulswl and wVjry 0 1'V In the Far Kasl aie now being equipped with this l i p h l w o l K h t Inllatablc lileeplnn pad. Made of nylon nml rubber ·niirlc the puds ean be blown up by lung-power and provide R velcome thiee-lneh nlr cushion between the G.I and tho cold, nurd ground Two Yanks show bow twij pads flt a pup tent.-. tr INDO-CHINA, IU«MA AND IK All AND FAtt rilY 10 CHINllt COMMUNItTt, 1HI RlltllH MIC,Ml MOID OU1 IN MAIAYA 10 FIOUCT IHt U S OF A MAJOU INVASION of French Indo-Chlnn Is In tho mailing hy CWneso Communists, according lo view* ol tho Krencli governnifnt nnd C!cn. Do Laliro ile Tasslpny, Kronch commander In Indo-Chlna. M«p: ·bovi outllnu current possibilities, Reports «re tlutt l»rf* tumbcri^ Red troops are In combat poilUMM

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