Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 17, 1952 · Page 6
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March 17, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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R I B B O N COW N--Five hundred yards of one-inch white satin ribbon stitched onto light canvas form the uoun of artist Cieoreic Spencer for licr marriage lo Lionel Newman in London. ' CO P P I N C ' A M O U T H F U L -- A stripped-down 11-19 hellcopler Is pulled Into · hu; C.lohemasler at Wenlovcr Kldi. Mass. II Is bolnif down to Korea for rescue work, M A K E W A Y F O R T O M O R R O W--Eleven-year-old Bernard Dion--all o f 70 polindt if Lebanon, N. II., Outing Club, shows form in exhibition jump at Salisbury, Conn., ski meet. C H A N C I N G L E N S I S --Pal Allen shown (lisfcs fc- ·\tnrt n-ltk Intcrchafcrcahlc »npe» lenses for (lay driving ami fold (no for nlnhl Bse.iat the Chicago. A»(omobil« Shew. T R Y I N G H A N D O N I N D I A N W H E E L Mm. Eleanor Koosevrll, on u tour of India as a state Kiirsl, trios n old lliliinini wheel during visit lo Ilarljun colony. New Delhi. N O T E S TO PA S S E R SB Y -- San Franciscans have no dlRlculty Iclcnllf.vlnir (he business of Theodore Pczzolo for his studio home indicates his occupation as accordion teacher. N A U T I C A L M A T E R I E L-Mrs. Marian Enrieht holds books showing wide ran'Ke of rcadinr material provided for U. S. Navy personnel by Oakland, Cal., Naval Supply Center Library S T E E L B OSS-sir John Green (above), 54, Is new chairman of British Iron and Steel Corporation, nationalized steel industry, succeeding Stephen J. L. Ilardic who resigned. ' W E L L , B O W L M E O V E R ! '-These rejuvenated lxw lint pins Invite comment as they hang In drying racks after belnr rellnlshcd mid cualed u i l h plastic in Kansas City, Mo. J O C K E Y R U N S T O A R T - Jockey Bill Pearson, whose hobby is collcrtinx primitive and pre-Columbian art, holds one of pieces us his \vife, (jucla, looks on at Pasadena, Cal., home. A R M E N I A N B A L L Nikola Kawttion and Concetto Killlet, practice in New York E T -- Dancers Tonya Samourlan, Demo (left lo right) of Armenian before starting nation-wide tour. TO A NEW H O M E -- Sft. 1/e. Mnnel Uiicl. of Clayton, OkU., and his Japanese wife, pose with twin daughter!, Charlcnc and Charlotte, at Seattle, on arrival from Japan. £;:;!···,, N O . f L I C H T Y F R I E N D S H I P -C,t nnd hla^hlril of Mr*, llnrold M. Rial trt alnn« !· Tiklma, Wuh. Bolh «' cooked meat and r«\v hamburrcr hut bird also Kd.i birdseed, t P R I N C E L Y F A L L -- Prince a n d commoner alike suffer Indignities when they venture on skU and Swedish Crnwn Prlnee Carl Olistaf Is no exception during practice near Stockholm. C I R C L I N G T H E , S U N -- A hlih-ftyini jet plane makes an almwt perfect elrcle aroint the »un (parlUlly hidden by hulhllni) above the Oikland N.ival Supply Depot, Oakland. Cal.

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