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

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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H A L F A N I N T E R N A T I O N A L R A C E -- British housewives Mart traditional pancake race at Olney, England. Mrs. Isabel IHx (ttilril frum .left, front row)* won, but winner of American counterpart of race at Liberal, Kas., bettered her. time F A N C Y F E L I N E -- chcrle. part Manx eat owned by the Harry Patten, displays her acrobatic tendencies by clearing liar In Ytklnu, Wart, She hai a repertoire of usual household tricks. F I L M E D F O R P O S TE R I T Y _ California's Gussie Moran who achieved fame on tennis courts with lace-trimmed panties, displays outfit she'll wear in movie portrayinr herself. R F C H E A D - H a r r y F . McDonald, of Detroit, former chairman of the SEC, is the new Administrator of the Recon ' u V^7i «· 11 i KI ,- r ,, .. ^i^m^^fX^m^m^^^^^mmrnmnas^^^^mi^m Administrator of the Recon A N G U I S H IN G E R M A N Y -- The Germans have Income tax troubles too. Witness the struction Finance Cornoratioi expression on tliia naplcr-machc: Teuton perusing · tax report on a float in a Cologne parade. succeeding W. Stuart Symington S O L A C E D BY ft E F L E C T I 0 N _ This ailing roseate apoonbill, dcsiittn 1U droopy appearance after n "forced" land- Inr at Marathon, Fla., Interest! (Uelf In a mlrrorcil-rcllccllon. N O T O P H A T H E R E -- u. s . Ambassador Chester Bowles rests In Himalayan foothills on the last lap of his trip from India to Nepal to present his credentials to Nepal's King. Q U I C K . W O R K -- Donna Hay demonstrates a new photocopy machine at the Chicago Business Show. The device rciulrc's no darkroom and makes possible dry photo copies almost instantly. C E L E B R A N T - M a r a u i s c dc llclinonic, flniiRhlcr of the Brazilian Amhn^siulor to the V. S., sinilrs at CiiHnra Hull in New Vurlt, Hall prurccds are for Brazilian rancor research. F O L L O W I N G T H i E B O O K -- Capt. Bruce Temple thumbs through "Roads to Everywhere" which floated through window of a car he rai.scd from Lake Washington after a Seattle mishap. D I N I N G I N S T Y LE -- Dinner hat, shown in Paris, Is of black Milan straw lined in uncurled white ostrich feathers, shading face. Matched diamond accessories are help to Milady. A I D f N C I T A L IAN C O M P O S E R ' S W I D 0 W-llome wmwn, Louis Corlesr ''I and Kt HIM prpstnl to (innrrlllna Copimla ill Cainia, ImpoVcrlshi-il \\lilnw of Ilic ciininosrr n( i.T.e* Nt«|i«lilail Mint "() K*le Ml«." a fund of 20(1,0119 lire w h l d i . w i s collected for her. TO T O U R FOR I R I T A I N - Three London hu* drivers stand by nne of buses they will drive an H.OOd-mlle "Come !· Urllaln' 1 tour «l U. S, to puhllclie Brlllsli vacation facilities. S A N D S M O V E IN -- A hulldotrr works In reduce mountain of sand, deposited W MM and wlnlrr gales, that threatens to engulf buildings near Porlhmeor Beach, Cornwall, ilflinrt

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