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February 6, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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F I G H T I N G T H E E L E M E N T S - Ton* o f Mirer u.nvitrd us how of 1!SS Wi.inmsln plunRCS throiiRh hi';iv\ ·fax durltiff a rainstorm off Kiiftt roast of Korea wltrre MH battlt: · ship, M part of a IT. N, force, hint Itren hliintliiK Ited-liclti ports I ' - «a 4f- J V * *, - ^ A R E A D Y F O R O L Y M P I C S -- imugcne Oplon, Kathy Rudolph, Andrea Mead Lawrence, Sandra Tomlinson, trainer Herbert Jochum. Jaoettc Burr and Betty Weir of II. S. Alnlne squad, meet for practice on slalom course in Muerren. Switzerland^ O V E R 15 B A R R E L S ON S K A T E S -- Terry Browne, Detroit ice skalinif specialist, clears a long string of barrels to retain Ills nniniic world liurrrl-junipinir title by defeating a field of 10 at Crossingcr. N. Y. He jumped 28 feet,, 3 inches !*"· 2 r w^j?*^ ';Ar y^r-* 1 *' !*·?£-nr*A i.* 5 . '/' j" ' » C H A T T Y M O M E N T -- The Huchesa of Kent gestures during A conversation wi(h Mary Martin mtd N'oel Coward nt a brnrHt performance for · Lfittdon orphanage where they appeared. S K I S C H O O L F O R S M A L L F R Y -- Instructor Hanncs Schneider demonslralcs side- slci) for youngsters allcmlhiK Eastern Slope Shi Club junior program at North Conway, N. II, O L D E S T J O C K E Y - .limmy · "Goggles" McCoy, 50- yciir-old grandfather, who returned to active racing at the Fair Grounds, New Orleans, won witi) his first two mount* F A M I L Y C R O U P -- Jimmy Stewart, h i s wife, Gloria, and family in Hollywood. Sevcn-month-old twin daughters are Kelly (I.) and Judy. Jimmy's stepsons,.Michael (1.), 5, Ronald. 7, S H A K E S P E A R E I N G E R M A N -- r u c k a n d Oberon hovtr ovrr Tilanla during dress rehearsal of "Midsummer Night'i Uream" »i rebuilt $'4,0011,1100 West Berlin Schiller-Theater. N A M E D E N V O Y Adm. Itaymonil A. Sprnance is new I'. S. Ambassador fu 1'hilip- pines succeeding Myron 'o\veu, resigned to become consultant to Secrelary of Stale Achcsou. C A S T M E M B E R R E P O R T S --James Mason, Murray Mathcson a n d Patricia Medina meet a Koala hear which makes its film debut with them in "Botany Bay," a story of 1790 Australia. A C H I L D ' S T H A N K S_Aujinh Chhatari, autlirntirally-costtimcd dolls presented by Pakistani U. N. International Children's Emergency Fund for 5, displays women to aid given. «=·:. P L A S T I C C L O T H I N G I N C E R M A N Y - M m M * display HOII.IMK m;ul«- of plaslln Ubrlcs with hi lit-like Irxlurr, .sfylrd by llclnr Orslrtsitnrd »1 DiissHiltirf rnshlun .stiuu'. N O P U Z Z L E T O A N N A - ||; t |l;in suiinnm. Ann* lii AllirrRht'KI (Irfl) ^li»\\s hri' kn»\\ IctUc (if Iliifiltsh hy rcutl- la boh to her inodtrr ilurltift visit to n Hollywood food imirkcl. - . , . . , ., . . . , , . , S U M M E R T I M E S O U T H O F E Q U A T O R - Spacious promenade wllh view o f Iht i'acllic at Vina del Mar, Chile, Is lure for those wishing to escape rigor* of a northern, winter.

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