Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 14, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 14, 1952
Page 8
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. --NCKTHWI» M« ANS Al SUDDEN DEATH AS AUTO STRIKES POWER POLE News Of The World In Pictwes SURVIVORS OF BRITISH REGIMENT ARRIVE HOME IODY OP FREDERICK W ITIWART, » victim of IU(Wcn death at a Los Angeles street corner, lies under t h e ; 'wheel of his car which struck » power line. A companion, Hugh O'Connor, is drnpcci over the power pole.! 'io'cLnr ."faped with minor bruise,, f Mfcninfhmal Sountf^olo; ' E PLURIBUS UNUM I Welcome Home NINA DOES THE HULA-Nlna ("Honeybcar") Warren, daughter of California's Gov. Earl Warren, gels a quick lesson in the hula from Dancnttc, left, and Kaleinani Pocpoc, shortly after her arrival in Honolulu. Nina, who recently recovered from polio, is vacationing in Hawaii with her parents. PROUDEST BOY IN AMERICA f HAIVEY (third from left) and survivors of his "Glorious Gloucester!" glvt Uu thumb! up *H'JStMstr^^^*w=BB3= C JAMES StltW of A«torl», U I., holds up sign which sdvcrtlses him, "*»s the BO 000th to bo Inducted into the Army from New York alncej Uie Korean war began. U. Thorns. J. Bunn, a Korean veteran iwore, ·j»cllcr into the service. (/HlornalKmoJ S.oimd|liolo; SEE BABY THEY ABANDONED CAM. JOHN J. SWIFT, one of the four U. S. A i r Force flyers released by Hungary after payment of $120,000 "ransom," hugs his wife at Syracuse, N. Y., airport before going to hospital to sec his dying father. fiiKcriKillonol; PROUDEST BOY In the U. S. Is Richard Valzonls as he holds plaque ln| New York naming him "Real American Boy," top Honor among the. 330,000 members of the Boys' Clul.i of America from 350 cities.' Plaque was presented by Gene Tunney. I International CHAT SESSION AT THE PENTAGON GIRL, 10, MAKES SOLO FLIGHT '· AFTER SPENDING a night In police custody for abandoning their 3-day-, iMd baby on · snow-covered doorstep In icro weather, Mr. and Mrs.' Wfalter Johnson are permitted to see him at St. Vincent', orphanage, ! In Chicago. Tile baby was neatly clad In bunting and aweater wltn -- - j attached hood when found. Mrs. Barbara Johnson, 22, said the : aban- pnmcnl was her husband'a Idea "because he didn't want to bo tied, own willi a kid." Nurse Dorothy Bauer holds baby. ( International , BRITISH PRIME MINISTER Winston Churchill chats with U. S. Defense «, ,,;i Secretary liohert I^ovctt before n luncheon nt the Pentagon. Washlng- 3finACTCr Ci-IE'C Am n CTAP MOTHER ton. In background (from left) nro British Field Marshal Sir William tUKMMCU, ant 3 \y\JLU 3IMI\ IYlWinCI\ S1|m _ ch , cf 0 , lho lmpcr , nl aeneral Staff: British Ambassador Sir Oliver Franks; Gen. Omnr Unullcy, chntrmnn of the U. S. Joint Chiefs of Staff. (IntcnmHontl Soundphato) SCHOOL DAYS--Bob Nieman ink of the All-American Girls' League.__(NEA) FOR LITTLE SQUIRTS-ror- sey Connors, a household hints and gimmicks expert on Chicago TV, shows how to use the "grapefruit Elasses," equipped with tiny windshield wipers. A simple push of the plunger and the blades wipe away every trace of wild grapefruit juice. 'FAIR DEAL' LEGISLATIVE AIMS Readjust Korea veterans benefits. Boost air iroupl from 9» to 14S. 10-YEAR-OtD BETTY IEE BENNETT is congratulated at Miami, Fla., by her brother Alfred, Jr., 12, after making her first solo flight, which snej made at Havana, Cuba. Beside her is her father, Alfred B. Bennett., Kr., who taught her to fly. Alfred, Jr., made his first solo flight,early! ·In 1951, in Mexico. He also was taught by his dad. The Bennetts nrej ifrom Conway, Pa., where Betty Lee is fifth grade pupil. I International^ MOST-TALKED-ABOUT NAMES AT SAN FRANCISCO MM WHUf IHIY, Gold Star Mother of Chicago, holds Induction ororlnf her to appear befoie a local draft board J«n. B a n d . JVOBdcri wh«t Ihe DcfenM department has In store for her. fihu H r s t , Mftcelvtd · nolle* · y««r «go and called the draft board to say It wai s',»ll · rnUtill* « lh« wat t "middle ag«d" mother. In the «prlnn she ! , »'··· 'clMRlltd 1-A. On Ic. «.1 "he got "(treetlngs" from the Prrililcnt.' ·ifl Rlley h"l · "on, S/S*t. Wllllsm Illlry, 20, whose photo she holih. '. WM a B-17 w»Ut gunntr »nd »··« killed In 1H43 after winning ilrnedtJ*. LIBYA'S KING-KInK l d i l l, alcove, heads Ihe world's nnwesl nallnn, Ihe liliiKdnrn of Libya, f n i n i f f i tinder UN sp insoiship of lh« pinvnifes of Tripoliianin, ("yienali-a nml Ihe r'rr./aii. The iieu 1 innn;nrhy has a pnpiiljillun ui 1,310,11011, nioMly Arabs, Health Imurancr, mor« Iwaltfc aid. 0«fl. llMnStwtr IHISI fOUR will IM the most-talked-»bout names »t the Republican National commltte« sewlons Jan. Id- Id in Sun Francisco. Kllh»r they or their mpporlen will b« on hand tO'fccl out «nllment^and^ «eeK delegates for lh« party'! prttldtntlal nomination. ""' "" A utroni anll-lndallon law. JOINTS IN THi "'AIR DEAL" lofilslntlvt progmm put befor* tht niw; Congress by President Truman In his annual mess«g« ar« Illuitrtted' above. Other alms In the message Include Internal Revemieldepartment' reorganization, aid to education, Mil to medical education Social S«-' rurlty law Improvement, Tart-Hartley act overhaul, more defense hous- r at fair rentals, civil rights, eodo of ethics for flovfrnmental depart-

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