Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 13, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 13, 1952
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, February 13,1952 Ncvvlmlil Morrii reln.vfn on his favorite lettee. News Of The WorldlnPictutes BROOM MAN 1 AT COUNTRY HOME IN CONNECTICUT ANTI-FRENCH RIOTERS ESCORTED TO JAIL IN TUNISIA '.-·v-..'MORSE SENSE--Counterpoint. 1051's horse of,the year..peers ,, ..over exercise boy Jimmy nich's shoulder to son the form sheet *nd sec whnt hit competitors arc doing. It's good horse sense. ( N K A ) A FRENCH POLICEMAN escorts · group ot rioters to jail In Kclibia, Tunisia, during armed rioting foe honif riile. Death toll in the bloody anti-French strife passed the.50 mark. (International Sounif»»t»t HOUSE-SIZE ROCK BLOCKS CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY ExerclM Include! chopping wood at Sharon, Conn. The "broom mart" nml III* family: Mr«. Mof- · rls, daughter Fnuiccft, 4, and ton, Lewis, 7. PHOTOS SHOW Newbold Morris, 0, the New York Independent Republican named by Attorney General J. Howard McGrath to Investigate corruption In government, at his country home In Sharon, Conn. The new "broom man's" first problem Is to assemble a stall for his "sweep." Hefsaid he expects entire Job lo be completed this summer. MorrlB Is former president of New Vork City council. I International J I WANNA NECK?--A couple of big necktrs ore these two clowns w«n gating In » holldny mood f6r a parudc at the mutual cnrnlvnl fci.Mainz. Germany, Two native girls try out the extraordinary 1 .. · . /.necking qualitin of the big dummies. HIGH AND DRY--The meandering Missouri Hivcr played a trick on the engineers and made Ihi $1,970,000 bridge mi'object of controversy. The river wandered away from the channel that we lo have been crossed by I he bridge between Dccalur and Onnwn, In., rendering it useless. Now, Army engineers say Ihey have no money to steer (lie river back to ils normal channel, and residents of the urea tiro wolllng impatiently for some action lo get the river back under the bridge. 'PARKING LOT' SINKS, FISHERMEN HAVE BAD DAY MEETING WILL COME TO ORDER -- Jack Dalton, right, rhould be ablo to gnvcl his way through almost any meeting nflcr being presented with (he world's largest gavel nl a convention of fcnetiim blind manufacturers in New York, ~he gavel la made ot lignum vilnc, world's hardest nnd heaviest wood, is 4B14 Inches Ion;; and weighs 27 pounds. Teaming up lo make the .presentation lire Sam Gold, lelt, and Sen. Wallace K. Bennett (H., Utah). BIG HUBBUB FOR IKE AND TAFT IT'S A ROUGH DAY for Ice llshcrmcn at Anchor bay, Lake St. Clalr, Mich., as the "parking lot" gives way to weight of cars, forty cars xvcro caught as the lee sank. Fishing was bad. fftilertialfonul Houndpliolot WfMVlMM If IVIMNf ·· iiippurtcrt ol Utn. Rucnhowcr and Senntot 'Art tUift dfmoniitritlon in behalf of their prettldrntlnl favorites at ·V OOI 1 '* «n»u«l Lincoln d*y uox supper in Wnsmngton. Some ".Sou i at tht II'I'BOK tvenu tlnternnnonai #rutir/;/i»t*/ A MASSIVS BOUIDER blocks Highway'50-east :of Kyburz, Cal., In the high Sierrm mountain! after It crashed down from 200 feet up the slope. Some 401) skiers were isolated while road workeri with machinery (shown) gouged a narrow pathway around the house-size rock. (International Soundphoto/ f RADAR BOMBING SYSTEM COSTS 30 TIMES MORE VEIt OF SECRECY is removed from the new K-l radar bombing system (a section shown at right on Uble) at Senate appropriations committee hearing in Washington. At left Is the World War n Norden bombsight, shown being examined byjvir Force Secretary Thomas Flnlctter (left) and Defense Secretary Robert Lovett. The complex new K-l costs 30 times more than the Nord_cn bombsight, Is 40 times heavier, and improves bombing accuracy. " (International Smaidphotof -,.·«« I " 1 ·'»*.« V- :': FIVE O N - A FLOAT--CnnnnWs Dlonne qulnliipicls make « royal nppenranco, riding on a richly dt-coralcd llonl In the SI. Paul, Minn., winter c n r n l v n l pnrndc. Left lo right, they arc: Cccllc, Yvonne, Mnrlc, Annollo and Kmlllc, They were special-guests at the city's n n n i i n l winter cclcbr.illon, ^ CROW--Americans mny be 160.3 million strong In 1900, marking «n lncre«s« ot b u l H minionpcllplc Ice 195 S 0 Above Newsman show, 1950 population, «nd I960 «lta»te for c»ch of the ^8 slates. In making these estimates, the Bureau of Census assumed th»t Blr h rite, death rate nnd Immfgratlon would rcm.iln norm«l. ' .'.A

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