Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 10, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 10, 1952
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W O R K I N G W I T H I N T H E W E B -- Workmen nlimh over steel t'inlers, part nf roof skeleton of rnclncrrhifi bulldluj: at Ford Motor Company new research center, D e a r h o i n , Mich. F L O R A L F O O L E R Y Mn. Mllrn K. Unit models · zany hat made of, ranun- t'lili and calcndnlus a I thv flornl Headdress Unit In-ld for ehnrity in l.o* Angeles. A N U N W I L L I N G M O U N T - Towser, a R i a n t S t . Keniard, doesn't appear (o show proper interest as tiny Tia Jerircr attempts to mount him Fur Children's Parade nt I,as Vegas. Nev. B O W I N G OUT OF RACE-n r oken E i.,ssand.pined i 1 " 11 "':':, 1 ";."":"' 1 ;'; litlr . in / rymit ? \dne are result of t h i s cfdlisinn hrlvvefMi Iwn e n t r a n t s p a r t i c i p a t i n g - I M U 1 | l'" ll '- nn lil In waiters' nu-r (hr(Mlt;li tin- s t r r r K tl M u n i c h . CIM-IIKIIIV. L O O K O U T B E L O W ! -- i;nivcrsily o f Missouri's B o h (iordon looks as IT lie's due to collect a m o u t h f u l of sawdust as he clears (he hii;h j u m p bar upsido down to win tin- event ut the U r a k r Kelays in DCS Moines with a leap of li feet, t» inches. L I V I N G S T A T U E S--Fniversity of Maryland gymnasts pose in a tableau suggesting Joe Rosenthal's famed AP picture of .Marines raising the U. S. flag on Mt. .Surihaehi, Ixvo .lima, during \Vorld War II. The group visits liases to entertain servicemen. T R Y I N G F O R B R I T I S H T E A M _ _ L t . Comdr. R . Oram. R . N., takes Bambl V over water jump in Olympic equestrian trials at Badminton, England, as royalty watched with fipecialors. P L A N N I N G A T R I P -- D r . Louis Bombard studies a ailboat model in Nice, France, as he plans an Atlantic crossing on raft with five friends, subsisting on what the ocean, provides. N O M I N A T E D _ u r o n M. Co wen, State Department advisor anil former envoy to the Philippines, lias been nominated, by I'rcsident Truman to be (iie V. S. Ambassador to Belgium. I T A L I A N E N T R Y - (.iiaiina Maz/m-chi, Italy's entry in the "Miss I'nivrrsc" beauty con test, smiles as she attends opening ceremonies of the Milan I n d u s t r i a l Fair. M E T A L D E T E C T O R --Elertrieal instrument developed by Heinz Freuml of Berlin utilizes a voltmeter which helps to cate hidden nails and oilier imuanted metal in a u t o tires. F L O R A L T R A P P I N G S O F R O Y A L T Y - . Tulip rppn-MMiiin* (Juem rii-n- putra'ft chftriot d n u n by Hphinx inovm In a n n u a l par.idr tn lnilli-sro\\Inc d i s t r i c t of lloli.iml. B A B Y ' S F I R S T B A T H-- Cumdiop XII, the now-bom P c m y blppo|totamu( nt lite U'lishlnrton, I). C., /no. Is a h a n d f u l for K.ilph Noirls, ns-Nl^tani b r a d keeper, nt it* first bath. The a n l - m.U \\rlfihed nine pounds nt Its birth a feu days earlier. · P R O F E S S O R G E R T R U D E ' H O L D S C L A S S - A r i r TM o,nr«dr u» me , ato ." ·IIMM a srrlpt nltli lirr students In "The Study of Holes and Srrnps" it Columbia

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