Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 25, 1952 · Page 6
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August 25, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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P A R D O N T H I da* mm at I N C O N V I N Marblthead, MIM., I E N C E --Skippers watch for "detours" as V. S. Inlcr- paiSFS highway construction sign huns hy pranksters. P I N W H E E L D R E S S --Mrikhtg Mo h w«n by Mrs. HHMln Navab at The Btgmt, Netherlands, reception hr IMT kvbaml u he left for · Irw's Foreign Minister. T H E Y | U S T MET -- Perhaps It's a look of reproach Letitla, a spotted leopard, lives the photographer for Interrupting a romp with Felicia, a black panther, at a Los Angeles, Cal., 100. P R E Y OF S E A -- This 78-foot launch rests like a toy on rocks under a cliff where It was swept by heavy leas near Sydney, Australia. Eight men aboard scrambled up cliff to safety. H E L M E T S F O R S A L E -- Oskar Scharnow, left, displays In his Berlin antique shop window part of Ms collection of Prussian war helmets. One he holds datrs back to around 1840. P A R T Y - G O E R S -- Actor Orson Welles chats with wife of Paris designer Jacques Fath at latter's annual costume ball in his Corbeville chateau marking Fall fashion show opening. 0 R N A M E N T A L --Oriental dancer Mara Kim models an antique necklace of oval amrthysts and pearls, and * headdress during a jewelers' national convention in New York, H E R E ' S H E R P R O O F -- Mrs. Harley Earl o f Detroit, Mich., stands beside the blue marltn she caught on 15-thread line after a battle of an hour and 38 minutes off Bimlni, British West Indies. It weighed .ISO?, pounds with a length of 9 feet, 9 inches. H I S T O R I C A L G I F T -- Ancient Roman vase a n d column weighing MM pounds are given President Truman by Ambassador ami Slgnora Tarchianl at friendship tokens from Italy. R E C R U I T - L 1 K E French Army recruits' headgear Inspired hairdo by Gllillaunic of Paris, featuring flag-colored braid lopnrd by ribbon cockade with flying ends. H O B B Y C A R D S - A n n e Turner, 14, of Sun Valley, Cal., displays part of a collection of 25,000 oldtime playing cards she has gathered as a hobby in the past Rve years. B A C K I N O R D E R -- German merchant Guenther Gulard has his straw clock ticking. Built by great-unrle between 1892 and 1907, it was reported beyond repair in 1927 mishap. · · · .. . . H A P R 0 J L I M -- N*w M Id l« milk in UM« Is p«i!e for one of to ckanis *f trick-Mi.CM lUllaa AA g"» it Fwt SHI, Okla., artillery museum. F U T U R I S T I C D I S P L A Y - This "·*« .hi," of fltwers entered by Parish of 81. Saviour won Aral prlic for Huts In anitMl carnival M English Channel Islam! of Jersey. · I I R D I E S by u uwilenr ' A T C O L F T 0 U R N E Y_«o.n«," of migrator, Canadian fee,. f«lf ehuwlmuklp players approach ninth hole In rain at lM*bmoTM

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