Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 6, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 6, 1952
Page 8
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A S T R O N G H E A R T N E E 0 E D _ A me tal "skin" lower* engineers 716 fret to tlir Colorado River at Marble Canyon, Arli., to take soundings for a possible hydroelectric dam. E N J O Y I N G N A T U R E ' S W H I T E B L A N K E T -- These wild ducks appear t o enjoy t h e soft while blanket o f snow at Forest I'ark in Springfield, Mass. Some of the graceful birds take to the air as they seek perches on tree limbs. B A C K B E F O R E C A M E R A S - A f t e r three-year absence from Hollywood, Rita llayworth marks her return to screen with this dance for Trinidad night club scene in her latest film. T R Y I N G B R I T I S H R AT I 0 N S - Irene Tucker ftciln · Siamese elephant, one ot thres being shipped from Bangkok to Brussels, nclglum. upon tU arrival by »lr freighter in London. Slide fasteners i^rvo to open second and third fitters fur convenience of smokers in Innc cp evening filovnfi .*lunvn b? .facqiirs GrllTc In I'.irls. A N T I - S U B H E L I C O P T E R S -- Six new helicopters, designed for U S. Navy for anti- sulimnrinc and shipboard utility use, take off after government took possession in Philadelphia. -S, » " " - A R M E D W I T H C O U R A G E - Armless Helen Mc- N'ab, 17, worhi at her special desk in Brewster, Minn,, Hich School, She docs so well her classmates have ceased to be amazed by her, W E L L D O N E , P A R T N E R-Oermans Andreas Ostler (left) and l.orem Nlrbrrl embrace aftrr winning two-man bob- tied event of Winter Olympic Games at Frucnrrslrrrn, Norway. P H Y S I C A L A N D M O R A L U P L I F T -- Four members of True Light Chinese Lutheran Church ill New York's Chinatown take fencing lessons, one of church's many social activities. E N V O Y T O I T A L Y - I-Mlsworlh Blinker. United Slates Ambassador to Argentina, has hern nominated by President Truman to lie Ambassador to Italy, succeeding James C. Dunn. N O T F R O M M A R S -- T/Sgt. 'Uanit-1 Alurpby ilwnnn. stratcs "lloppi-Coptcr," a one-man helicopter strapped to shoulilcn and capable of flyins a fully-armed man, in Washington. D. C. I U C C IIS F 01 'I L E N D -- Fred Cady, noted iwlmmlng roach, remains with his llrsl love, i,bt p*Mi C»a»4»r«fllnl, Mini the famous heme an model In Santa Anita (rack stable. V A U L T I N G P A R S O N H 0 N 0 R E D_ The.Rev llobcrl Itlchards Is embraced hy wife atler rrrelvlin .Irtnes E. .Sullivan Trophy, amateur athldlrs' hlihest award In New York. B E G I N W I T H D R Y R U N S - Mills Collet;* student., dressed f o r the occasion, nraotict on snowies* rampm hockey Acid it Oakland, Cal., in prenarallon for mountain *VI (rip,

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