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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 15, 1952
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t NOtniWMT ARKANSAS TMMS, Nry«WtvHt». ArfcMM, Frhtay, NbrUory IS, If SI EASTER SEAL GIRL TRIES LEGS News Ot The World In Pictures TOT GETS DAD'S MEDAL OF HONOR DOtll MSIOfliRS, 1952 Easter Seal Girl of (.lie National Society for · Crippled Children and AtlulU, In shown practicing .walking In the parallel ban In Manchester, N. H., Rehabilitation center. Cerebral (Milled flnce birth, 4-year-old Dorla couldn't walk at all till nhc wai 3, She aymt»ll«e« all crippled children for the annual Easter Seal appeal, March 13 through April 13, throughout thi nation. / International I Sweet Tooth Sours Life to Be Happy I iffC. UNWOOD MMTH, 20, Vred- {·rickiburi, Va., the member or , (Can. Matthew .Rld{way'a honor jfuard In Tokyo who waa "buated" (from corporal txcaiiM he alt aonie lot tht feneral'i candy, vMrnplea a :«ttt of candy on arrival In Seattle, Waah. He 1 ayi he's loat aweel tooth nomtwhat. llnlartiutlomili. ONCI im Km get a good look at ·the Be«ln aiiter«.'DP« ihown arriving In New York on the U. S. Navy iraniport General Mulr. their now life will'be happy. Zlggl, 21 (left), will go with her family \o Detroit and itudy dentlatry. Kiir- men, 25, haa a scholarship In Inn- Kuagea at Sim Marcos, Tex., Teachers college. (InlernationatJ Celebrating WATCH OUT! - The News- chart above, based on data from the National Safely Council, thows causes anil breakdown.of accidental deaths In the U. S. Jor 1950 and 1951. The automobile remained the No. 1 killer as traffic deaths amounted to 17,900, the highest toll in n decade. KIP. PETE* MACK (P), Illinois wlio made a good will flight around the world In a light plane, cuts a globe-ahnpcd cake at Anacoslla Naval Air llnllon. Personnel of tin Million prencntcd the coke to him In recognition. (IntornallanatJ AT NEW YORK RALLY FOR IKE CWWD of 19,000, Including tht abovt i tat ElMnhowtr" rally In N.W.York, "-"-' --·"*-- ot o«n, Dwl(ht 0, NAVY UNDERSECRETARY Francis P. Whilehair examines the Congres- ^ional Medal of Honor he had just presented to Alita Windnch, 7, posthumously awarded to her father, S/Sgt.' William C. Windrich, USMC, for gallantry in Korea. Looking on at the Washington ewemony i her mother, Mrs. Margaret L. Windrich, of Carlsbad, Calif.-.Sgt, Windrich was repeatedly wounded while leading his squad. He continued forward until he collapsed and died from the loss .of blood. ALL-NEW BLOOD SAVES TWINS THESE PHOTOS show 3-year-old Prince Charles, son of England's new i made famous In the C. 8. as a dashing young heir to a throne he Queen Elizabeth (shown). Bonnie Prince.Charles eventually will become abdicated. In photo at lower right the prince holds his sister. Prince?* cfllcially the Prince ot Wales, a title his uncle, now Duke of Windsor,] Anne, 1'A yean old, Charles is now heir to tht throne. (International} QUEEN ELIZABETH II JOINS HER GRIEVING FAMILY Bravery Award A tOtVI SALUTES as the car carrying Queen Elizabeth II, and her husband, Prince Philip, arrives at SrmdrinjjhaiM, England, where she rejoined her mourning family. Earlier, the new Queen took the oath of accession to the British Ihronc and was proclaimed head of the British Commonwealth ot Nations. After embracing her mother and sister she went to the bedchamber where the body of George VI was lying, There she said her last farewell to the father she loved and admired; (International Radioplioto) Gets Watch Back PLEBE CADET Lewis Cortez Olive, Jr., Louisville, Ky., stands at attention at West Point, N. Y., ceremony as Maj. Gen. Frederick A. Irving, superintendent of the U. S. Military academy, awards him Commendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant for "meritorious achievement" in rescuing a child from a burning house in Syracuse, N. T., last October. (International) RELIEVED PAtENTS, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ingram, gaze at their twin son£, Robert and David; who were snatched from death 10 dayt before by complete blood transfusions at birth in Children'* hospital; Los Angeles. The vital RH blood factor of the Ingrami Is different, thus causing the twins to suffer from dreaded RH incompatibility, which can result in anemia. Jaundice, and death. Physicians changed the twins' blood for new, one-third pint each, which enabled them to rally enough to be taken home. (International iioundphotoj THE US FAMILY IN THE U. S. READY FOR DELIVERY to the U. S. Air Force Is this B-3SD intercontinental bomber shown nt San Diego, Calif. Hugo craft, originally built with six piston engines, now has im additional four J-47 jet engines mounted in pairs in "pods" beneath the wings. The added power gives the bomber speeds In excess of 4,15 miles im hour at altitudes eight nilcs or more above the surface of the earth. I'lnlcrnnlionalJ A SMILING Helen Keller, famed blind and deaf lecturer and author, holds the watch she lost Jan. 17 In New York taxi. She reclaimed it at a pawn shop. (International) "SOLOMON'S SEAL"-This Is a replica of the sear of King t Solomon's signet ring, according . to Dean Israel H. Noe, Episcopal j minister at Memphis, Tenn. Noe . says he re-created the design of the lost ring by research and by telepathy into the "universal ; subconsciousness." The replica seal, about the size of a silver Collar, is valued at nearly $5000. Bullet 'Operates' ONE.OF LARGEST DP families ever to arrive In the U. S. i« that ol Mr. and Mrs. Peregrin Us and their 14 children. Part of the family is shown on arrival in New York from Yugoslavia. They will live id Bridgeport, Conn. (International Soun IACK IN SERVICE--Out of (he mothball fleet nt Snn Francisco and back In mvloe li th* U. S. S. Intrepid, S7,000-ton Eiscx-clms aircraft carrier During the war, the blf flattop lived up to III name. Moit-frequenlly hit carrier In Die Navy. It was battered Into flames by Jap aerial attack {our time! and (our llmei, III damage repaired, U returned to battle. In 19 monthi of combat action, Intrtpld'i guru and planet lank B( enemy ihlpt and MO enemy aircraft. Alttr rtcommUilonlnf it San Trad- · claw, in* fow to Newport Ntwi. Va., to hiv* Im «l|ht deck modtrnind to hindl* ntw, hMvjr plant*. tX-CONVICT Charles Green, 20, llc» In hospital In Dallas, Tex., shot over the right eye In a tavern' hrawl that may result In an accidental prcfrontnl lobolomy -- an: operation which nan been per*' formed on paychotlci and habitual criminals to alter their perton- allty. Phyilclana art waiting to t*t whether thi bullet hai doni that /or Or**n, lnttn*HoiuU AIR FORCE AFFAIR~Two of the top officers In the .U; S. Air Force will bo "related by marrliRe"-when Lt. Hoyt-S. Vnndenberg, Jr. weds Sue Rosnnnnh Johnson. Llcutcnnnt Vnndcnbcrg, stationed nl Hondo, Tex., Is the son of the Air Force chief of staff. Miss Johnson Is the daughter ot Mnj.-Ocn. Uon Johnson, commander of the U. S. 3rd Air Force In KnRlimd. The younj couple It pictured during a visit at Ft, Mycr, Va,

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