Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 17, 1952 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 17, 1952
Page 10
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I Q f i HOMflWBI ARKANSAS TUMI. Nym»M», Ail AUitdby, Marcri 17,1*52 Fighter Woh In Future Nay Fly hi Prone PosHkHi, Uibig Mirrors t* Sight Enemy Washinfton-W-Fighter pilots lions have so far been' drawbacks of the future may fly on their bellies, .watching /or the enemy in periscopes and mirrors. The belly or "prone" position, is theoretically the best one for fighter pilots because it-helps prevent "blackouts" while pulling out of sharp dive to Iher-adoption of "prone" flight. Today, Lt. Col. G.'O. Emerson of the Aero Medical Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio, came up with a new slant in a report to the 23rd annual international convention of' the Acr-i Medical Association. That's, ah organization concerned not only, in planes of the present ,and 'prospective future, but also, in ."space ships," If and when they are .developed. Colonel Emerson said' use. of mirrors,, periscopes and 'prisms-while far from perfect in the visi- bili'y. line--would, allow 'a .situation wherein the prone pilot could sometimes look straight ahead, thus resting his eyes from a steady upward gaze. . ' . And this "iritermittency of upward gaze," he said,' might largely end .the fatigue -factor of "prone" flight on missions lasting more than'an noun Ralph Townsend, former University of New Hampshire Olympic and intercollegiate ski star, is now the ski coach at Williams College. -; . : . · ARENT OU FEELIN5 "^LLRACWOOO? XXS NOSE IS WARM OWE ON. MISX LETS PLAY ou» OLO'TRICKON BLONCHE and'other body-slamming maneu- veri. Also, it would shallow aircraft fuselage,' thereby making for a faster, more mancu- verable fighter plane. But, poorer outside visibility for AND AT .THE HOME OF MODELS FttPENTS. PRESSING AGAINST THE SIOES WOULD BREAK HIS FALL.BUT HE'S PaOBtBM, SKINNED UP AND 'SHE'S VET7V LOW. .TVlEV WANT NOU TO GOME RCWT WAX 'SINS THE POLICEMAN. rM THE ONE WHOOUbHTTO DIE," Stf/S THE FATHER. the pilot, and the fatigue inherent LUCKILY, THAT OLD CHIMNEYS BEEN ABANDONED IN FAVOR OF THE STEEL STACK. WHEN I FIBER ·«. LARRY DROPPED I N . in maintaining unusual eye rota- THRU Wt YEAR OUT OUR WAY Bv J. R. Williams WELL, I'P RATHER. HAVE FAT L'ODKIWS LE6S THAN HAVE A BU6LE--1 MEAM *JOSE-LIKE A CANDY SANTA CLAUS.'. YES, I'LL TAKE .THE LUMPV LEfiS- TOLI7 VOU WOT TD TAKE OFF 'TDUR LON6 UNPEE.WEAR SO SO TS DINMEP AT ME UP TILL JULY rceviN our UXJD; WAIT TILL'HE PUTS DOWN THOSE DISHES 0WTMC FURLOUGH LIST MOW.l AM IN A MESS. NO POOP, AND rvf ICfT «W PONKtV. . BORW THIRTY VEARS TOO SOON Jj J L LJ-J OH, Ml, TOOTS...JUSTYyOU DBA.*! ~MV£ OVER {7THATSS ONE r',CLEAN VDURA JOBI HATEf 9LVEB-T7 ARE; ASSOLUTELy NO RU9INO,' rrs wy LATEST INVENTION; ..voua INVENTION.'; T* FIRST NO-MANS LAND MAARGORWL WOODS CALM DOWN, I'LL Buy you A NEW WAS CLAMED BV 2 NElGHSOOJMG TOWNS MA LK*L ACTION THAT LASTED 649 Yf/VK/ of Sjigatw, Tiber. AOEDtl . HAS CRANKED A PRAVER MILL A. W.PWWCKWHtElKON I/ i ofUkocnorlls.La. FOR40YBWS/ HEHASMOKNOUT PRfHER WCHIHES AND HIS HOME IS ON MTOKKSTOfET.' EDLYTHE WORLD'S GREATEST PHYSICI6T, AM SHUNNED AS AN OUTCAST BY MY ^ COLLEAGUES. V BECAUSE, MY BOY, WHEN AW, NUTS \THEY HAND OUT THE FEDERAL GRANTS OF uK«mo ur AIDTO SCIENCE PROJECTS. I DON'T 6ETA.6MELL! PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK LAWS IT IS UTTERLY IMPOSSIBLE... D-BIDVO'REAP WHW HAPPENED T'FEAWLCSS FOSDICK, TODAY, HAWS FOOT?) WILL US CLUB MKMpW 00? THISISASOLLUM OCCASIONA'-OUB IDKCL '"""TH/OEELO'ALL AH DON'T WANTA GIVE UP MAH BACK3E/T IT'S HOLDIN' MAH PANTS UP.V ONLV WAV FOSDICK KIM SAVE Hiscctr BCD-0LOOPED AMCRKAH 0OYS) WILL HAFTA ·YOUCM'I witch it?. . Howibouc M E ? . . . I bn MO bucki oa (bit bum! WAITING FOR A LIFT JN KOREA A.U.J. MMINi MSTS ·fiinit hit he«yj pack un inowy (round while waiting [oi helicoptrn to airlift him and buddies into action against enemj gu«rrilli» on'the eastern itcioi of the Korean front (U.S. Mcrlnt'Cor'pt--Dtltna Otpt. P/iofo from /nwrwirional SoundpholoJ' Visit To Office Of La Prensa, Famous Argentine Newspaper, Interests .Writer (This is one p f ' a series E d , V a n - I slot, lights come on. .When they deventer is writing about his trip disappear you know that copy has through South'America.). reached the composing room. Proofs are sent bark the same way.. So the editorial rooms are quiet , - By ED VANDEVENTER Buenos Aires--I riave just come from a personally conducted tour through the editorial offices of La Prehsa, one of the world's best known newspapers. A sub-editor was my. guide.. ' . . . . The building is like no other newspaper building I have seen. It stands eight stories high. Two massive doors, 30 feet .high,/face Avenida de Mayo', one of the outstanding thoroughfares of Buenos Aires.- Iron grill v/ork, 'reminding me of the French 'quarter in New Orleans, would lead one to suppose that these doors belonged to a cathedral. . . . . .But when I walked down Avenida. de Mayo . to present my credentials,.I found the.doors locked tighter- than Roy .Wood is 1 when I, ask enough strokes to give me a fighting chance to pick.up a.dollar oii- the golf course. Finally, from a side street, an opening.was discovered.'. ' · ; . .; . . French Finishing Work , The sub-editor' "explained that all the'finishing, work came from Trance rnany years ago. In the center is-an-.area. way. It is square, about, 50 feet., across. Iron grill, beautifully.' shaped,, forms . . the guard, around'.this/. ' The floors are of inlaid French tiler-exquisite'-in .color,'- with blue predominating..'; Y/e -'. went · into/'a' spacious dining- room. Behind it was ,a lorig bar. with-all sorts- of liquid refreshments. These are for the enjoyment of the st«5f members. . . ' - ' - Then the sub-editor showed me how copj' is handled. The printing plant is 12 squares from the editorial offices! '\'_ Tubes run under the pavements between the two buildings. When a leather, holder is placed in thi --never disturbed by the rumble of presses., . . M.oj Bound Files They call'' the filing room for records t^e same as in'most newspaper offices throughout the United States--the raorgue. Here, you see countless bound files of National Geographic, kept for many, many years so writers for La Prensa may find quickly any information and pictures . desired concerning foreign lands. ..The editorial building of La Prensa houses a library-any small city would prize highly. was founded in the newspaper, building by the original owner with competent doctors always in attendance: Free examinations and-free drugs were available for any employes. Every per-' son wh.o paid a year's-subscription was entitled ' to the . use · of this clinic. Of course, I f - a n operation lad to be performed, the subscriber had to pay his surgeon, but:the examination and advice To one who.has been a newspaperman since'1900* it v:as quite a .treat tp':Visit the offices of La Prensa. ' . Your Summer ' Favorite Burnett Here's that.popular halter sundress that insures an enviable sun- Ian, requires -so little fabric. Topped here with a town-going jacket in bright contrast. Ideal for vacation days. Pattern No. 8812 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 11, 12, 13.. 14, -16, 18, 20. Size 12, dress, 3to yards of 39-inch;.jacket, ly yards. . - ' For this pattern, tend ,10c In COINS, your "name, «ddr«ss, sin deiirad, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Northwest Arkantat, Timei, list) Ave. Americas, Ntw York Id. N. V Basic FASHION for '52 Is filled with ideas to make -your. clothe* budget go further --time-saving and economical designs that are easy to sew. 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