Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 25, 1952 · Page 10
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March 25, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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..,? HI, ,» HME ' A ? T ^ Oelli Dwl *. M "· El « nh »««r. SHAPE commander, looks over hi the Hlllltc Museum In old quarter of Ankara, during a visit to (ho Turkish capital ' ~~'' ---- T A K E S N A T O P O S T --tort larnay, Brlllih Secretary *f Slate ft r Commonwealth Re- latloitt, bai accepted' poit .at · F A~S H fb N H I N T " " """" ""*""* ' "'""·'·'-''·"' ' Si? £±' n "", N ,': rth '-TTM- V*". «*· ^InVrtVllS nwrTnTrh'rn^'S Allantlt Ireatr Orjanljation. her taste Ilian Hie ear-pinching bounds folks insist babies wear, S E A M A N S H I P C L A S S -- With their ship, the Ninon Maru at anchor in Shlmlzn harbor, students of Japanese Merchant Marine School learn Co handle lifeboats during training. C H I C K E N I N F L A N N E L S - M r s . Eva Anderson," (if llarwick, Pa., dresses chicken, Black Minnie, in red flannels. She designed undies to protect her prize chickens during a Sprinr snowstorm. Undies come In two sections--vest and drawers. C O S T U M E C O'N T R A ' S . T -· Nguyen HU^ - n.imcse oiliccr of Assembly of French L'nion. cha'-i with Mmc. .lean Masson at Paris reception for Union and Parliament members. A L L D O L L E D U P Two-year-old Orielta Lancianl .looks like a doll of the past as she parades past the judges at a children's bail in the Artistic Club. Rome, Italy. G E T T I N G A C L O S E U P _ World tifure skatin, champion Hick Button, of Ennlcwood, N. J., trains camera on Russian guard at the Soviet rfar Memorial in British sector of llcrlin durliiB inur of Germany with U. S. Olympic skaters. breasted merfanser Arctic Circle after a T R I P . H O M E duck, Is ready for night crushed let was healed Pompadour, a red- back home aromiil at Marinclaml, Ma, N E W L E A D E R - i - r c r i c h Premier Anloliic Pinay, a rlsht- winir independent, reads a dci- iaration in Paris after lie and c:\binct were sworn into uRicc l.v French President Atirlol. A T O M M A N - S i r John Cockrrnfl, director of Great Britain's atomic research establishment, arrives in New York rnroulc to the Chalk River Canadian atomic energy plant. S T R I C T L Y A T E A S E -- Capt. R.' D. Ilojle, skipper of MariTTh, a ', r " k !- lo " ks over Ch « k "». "«Pins mascot of Marin ter-bomber squadron, in his path during inspection. A H 0 11 Y -- Otutlai Falrhankn, Jr., explain* history of Me rnllerllon ·* ami mlllUry e«vlpmeil to fmhter. MellMi, 4, at Paelflc Palludei, Cat., honw. F U R T H E R I N G H S R S T I ·I West Auslralliin Spearflahermen 1 * Association, Bull on llnperi ·n rnlh beach prior to underwater March tar Marine tperineni.

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