Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 23, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 23, 1952
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-NORTHWMT ARKANSAS TIMK, FartttavHk/ArkonMN, Solurdpy, F.brucry 23, I9S2 News Ot The World -InPictures ',Kf SNIPER HUNT DURING MANEUVERS JEWS GIVE TO CATHOLIC COLLEGE TRUMAN DROPS A HINT (?) TO FUTURE FARMERS P ; * ·., ·· \--:tX?' ' ·fciLJ-i_ , RIFLEMEN Cpl. Kenneth K. Karsor, Milwaukee, Wise., and Sgl. Hichard j E. Butler, Brooklyn, N. Y,, of the lllh Airborne Division, engage in a , anlper hunt durino "Exercise Snowfall" at Philadelphia, N. Y. The ;| weatherman cooperated to make Ihc Joint Army-Air Force maneuvers I at CamU Drum, N. Y., true to Its name, f / n l c r n n t i o n n l Sountlpfiotn) ANYBODY SEEN A BARBER? I . ff SUPER - MARKET STAR - Rrclly Helen.Winston Is one o[ Hollywood's acling !lnds of the year, but she clings to her "regular" job as a checkout clerk in a supermarket on Sunset Blvd. because she likes the lob and "this 1 means a steady paycheck every week." Helen became the .toast of Movietown 'when she consented to have her head shnvcd for a role with Alan Ladd In "Botany Bay." Now she wears a wig provided by the studio. REPRESENTING 75 Detroit Jewa, Leonard N. Simons (left) gets Brother-, hood week off to a unique and early start by presenting 75 checks totaling $7.600 to Rev. Ccletin.J. Stelner, president of the Jesuit-i operated University of Detroit. Simons, chairman · of Michigan's j Brotherhood week observance, said the money* represented a tribute i to tlie university's 75th anniversary. f International Soundplidlo) I CHILDREN HOME IN BED, LUCKILY MORE CONFUSION Is added to the political picture by this meeting at the White House, showing Pres- · Idlnt Truman with members of the Future Farmeis of America. He told them that the White House remodeling job might not be completed until time for him to move In Nov. 4. That's election day. From left: Dallas High, FFA central vice president. Ohio City. 0.; Billy Howard, southern vice president. Plains, Ga.: Gerald Reynolds, north Atlantic vice president, Corfu, N. Y.: Donald Staheli, national FFA. president, Hurricane, Ut.; Diiane DriishcIIa, Pacific vice president, Scio, Ore.; Charles Ocker, FFA secretary, Cameron, Mo. (International I " tt TOU IOOKED like CM. (ilu,Arabia ol Kuvcrn people don'tcha get.a'halrWit, bdtHri'till case tho Judgcs-at tl: i. would nay why i get.a'haincnt, nut-in mi case tho judges-at the Westminster . Kennel club's 7Glh annual show said he was the best afghen of them All. Owner, Mrs. Howard Iverson of San Franciacu, shows tho champion's carspread. (International tiuuniliiliulo) HEADS FREEDOM HOUSE- Sumnoi" Welles, above, former ; under-sccrclary of stale, lias been elected to succeed the lale Hobcrl P. Patterson as president of Freedom House, an organlza- lion dedicated lo the "one world" concept of Iho lale Wendell L. Willkic. Palterson, former secretary ot war, was killed In nil airplane crash Jan. 22. Thieves Tricked DURING A WAGE HEARING In New York, Philip Murray, president of the United Steelworkers of.America and the C.I.O., signs a petition urging Congress to. curb inflation.' The 1 union leader challenged steel Industry representatives lo add their names to the anti-inflalion plea. Murray also read names of steel industry officials who, he said had been given salary boosts of 23 to 128 percent. (/ntcrnaliorai; FANCY MEETING YOU HERE FORTUNATELY It was a few minutes after midnight and no chlldret were In this swing when fragments of the National airlines DC-6 trans oort slammed Into It in Elizabeth, N. J. I International Somidjj/tolo NEWS DEALER George A. Williams, 34, standing in New York Central's Chappnqua, N. Y., station, pointa to a now-covered hole (arrow) Ln. celling in which he installed a movie camera to catch' thieves who had been pilfering unwatched change from his newsstand. Tho camera showed five commuters, .four men and one woman, to b« the guilty parties. (International) FIT FOR A KING-AND ALL HIS WIVES-Employcs'of n hc=rsc mr.mifciurcr Cincin- n.-ill, O., try out one of the twenty, specially lilted Cadillacs being built as a gift for King Ibn Solid of Saudi Arabia by an American oil company. Ench auto, outfitted at a cost of $12,500, . will carry six of the King's wives (or former Wives) in luxurious, secluded comfort. Special healing nnd cooling syslcms, one-way glass in windcws. and a panel of red lights by which passengers direct the chmifTcur, are among the tlttlngs. The 72 - year - old oil - rich monarch is limited by . Moslem rules to four wives at a time, but he is said to be responsible for about 120 ex-wives FRENCH AMBASSADOR Henri Bonnet embraces Col Mary A Hallaren Director of the WAC (Women's Army Corps), after he had p e enS hex with Lemon ol Honor at a Washington ceremony. (/ntcraotlonoU PRESIDENTIAL TRAIN'S EARS, VOICE . COLLIDING IN MIO-AIR, two paratroopers or the nth alrburno division flout earthward arm in arm during maneuvers nt Camp Drum, N. Y, Such a collision can make n parachute collapse, hcnco the 'chutlsti tacit arms for safety. (International Soundphoto) MASS RITES FOR 123 JAP VICTIMS HELP YOURSELF TO THIS MONEY AMATEUR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR DEPOSIT YOUR BILLS frSOf PIECES HERE- 'jfytutp pet* fvttff/nt^ttiff I of 123 American aervtco men rent under a tent · JJtfhraon Barracka National cemcKry, St. !/ul«, Mo., at inaai burial ·mrnony. Tint inen wer« tmong 160 prlionera utiot to death or burned M*JMpww**;tuir4« on Palawan Island In tho Philippine in December, . IMi. Citliellc, PrettatMt »nd Jcwleh chaplalni participated In tho ·MMOM, ·tUndtd Iqr MO ittatlvea. (International SoundpHoto) All SMIIIS, polo vmiltcr Doll Rlchardi and hli wife Mary examine Hit lamoa E. Sulllvfln trophy In New York after It waa prtacnlcd to him LI the outalandlng a m n t o u r athlete of the j'ear. Rov. Rlcliarda, Hie Flying Parion" from Clmmpalgn, 111., topped ID feet * Rood many imci during tho yc;,r, (Jnlcrnallont^ ' WIART OF MAKINO CHANOI for customers, 1 Central National bnnli, Vonkera, N. Y., Initalled thli tclf-aervlco changcmnker to let tno cu«tomer» do It thmuclvci. Quartcri, dimes, nickels nnd ponnlca »r« out In tho open, Cuntomora drop 0-cont plccta and $1 hills througn tho dot and pick up change. Bank President Gerald Couzcna said, "\v* don't watch t h e m , , , wo think people aro honest," (International! MAJ. 010*01 M.NAUY, Whlto Hous, .Ighai branch chief, examine! power room coa rol panel of new J110,,154 atreamllncd commurricM on! ear for the prealdcntlal train In Wa.hlngton. Tho 16S,0004BundI c» ·"· · equipped with rndlo, udlo-tclephone, radlo-facalmllo t an.rnlailon tclo" typowriter and Intcr-car communlcatlona facllltloa. It reSacoa i dec- adM-old mftde-ovor baggago car rented .117,000 year. "

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