Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 26, 1952 · Page 6
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February 26, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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4 NCSTK'.VBT ARKANSAS IIMIS,, tayttttvINt, Arkejunn, Tuesday, Nbruary M, 1952 News Of The World In Pictures GO FOR!HOPPED PRICES ON WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY GOOD NEWS FOR EDDIE CANTOR NAVAJOS ASK TRUMAN TO RUN FOR RE-ELECTION Alter walllni oiitilcle · ilore ill night..Mrs. Ijiw- Ijcan OITcnliniiM, Gainesville, Vs., lint In line nl i renw Bitri (holding blinkcti) ihciwn the new TV radio and TV (lore HdverllnliiK ieluv)»lnn net* fur M| the and her hutband hinijht lor ilmon nothing. 09 cents, holds thermos Inr Biicnccr G«ld»kln, Sll-' They're wilting tor cib to like Ihrm home. vcr Spring, Md., in they wait tor opening. IV SIIJ fO» ·· CtNIS, handkerchiefs a penny each, fur coats at fl-I!) (used mink $30) were the Ulg draw- Ing (lenu i« WaKilngtonlani turned out enthusiastically Tor the capltal'i annum Washington's birthday Mica. Department stores cut many Items 25-50 per cent One tree nursery chopped prices 50 per cent. · Even washers and novel went for ai low as 98 centa. Suppllci were »trlctly . limited on tho for-almost- Nothing Items. 1 thus causing bargain-seekers lo mn\:t all-night stands at store doorp /International/ MEMBERS OF THE NAVAJO tribal council call on President Truman at the White House to urge him to run for re-election. Their menage, "Vou are the only resident who has helped our tribe greatly and, w. want you .to run again." From left: Chairman Samuel Ahkean, Window Rock, Ariz.; Mr. Truman John C Claw vice chairman; En/3 Robert Ahkean, stationed in Norfolk, Va., chairman's son. (Internatioruuj ROMANCE BLOWN SKY HIGH iOY ICOUt M. T. English, of West Chester, Pa., receives a kits from Mn,':'Robert II. Voider, utter ro- etlvlns a Freedoms Foundation ·w»rd for the Boy Scouts of Amor-' iti.it V«lley Forge,'.Pa; The organization observed Iho 220lh anniversary of the blrllfof George Washington by awarding 600 citations nnd award] for outstanding Contributions to the American ,way of life In 19SI.( International) IHERE'S GOOD NEWS In the Eddie Cantor family these days, for -here Mrs. Janet Cantor Gari, 24. Is shown with Eddie's grandson, a lusty seven-pound boy named Brian who it filling the bill for the son Eddie , always yearned for. The little'trouper seems to be giving you a wink. Father Is Robert Carl, a TV actor. (international Sounipnolo; BACK ON THE JOB AIN'T WHAT HE USED TO' BE--Broker's'Tip. IDM Kentucky Derby winner, wnlts to be let in tho University of California Col] lege of Agriculture'^; KxperinuMit Stnlion nt Davis, where ho is used ; In tho teaching of hoise prpducllun, cure, feeding nnd mannijcincnl. The 22-ycni''Old Blue Crass thoroughbred is a #ift from Sacra- jniMito's Ralph Taylor. ( N E A ) LITTLEST FLAT-TOPS--Undcrsize, one-plane aircraft carriers are these barges being towed into L»ke Washington ship canal, Seattle, by two Navy tugs. The plnncs, PBM patrol craft, were brought by ship from Alameda, .Calif., to be overhauled at the Sand Point, Wash., Naval Air Station. mum Hcrt'f the set-up on Ntw Hompthirc's presidcntjol preference primary. 1. Cloierf primarf, voters must declart parly preference and vote accordingly. 2. Voters indicate their preference for presidential nominee. I, firtf delegates must support candidate to whom they are pledged, as long as condi- , j«t« is Uf»f« conrentiwi. TOURS U. S.--The Rev. Martin Niernoellcr, leading Protestant piislor in Western Germany and n highly controversial figure In postwar Germany, arrived in New York by plane for a speech-making tour of. the United Stales. Nicmocller, a vigorous opponent of rearming West Gcrmqny, recently completed a week's visit'to Moscow. Bd»ard Wclgncr holds photo. Lois Welland, didn't love enough. "IT JUST DAWNED ON ME I couldn't marry him," said Lois Welland, 24, on returning home In Pittsburgh, Pa., after running away from » scheduled St. Valentine's day Carriage to Edward Weigner, 33, Chicago. "I told him 1 didn't love him enough," the 5-foot, 9%-lnch brunette said of the G-foot-5 Insurance man she met at a Tall Persons club convention. "He's just not for m e . . . But he writes beautiful letters." She vanished to .Ohio two days before the wedding, with Welgncr In Pittsburgh for the ceremony, t International SoundpbptolJ HAPPY-'LIZ' WED 'AN OLDElf MAN' JOY SEEMS EXPRESSED In Rita Hayworth's gyrations on her first day in front of cameras in Hollywood after a tlirce-ycar absence. She is shown dancing in Trinidad night club scene.(International Koundphotoj THE NATION'S FIRST LADIES "QUEEN BESS"-Bess My- crson, "Miss America of 1945" and now a New York television star, shows n new variety of. pink camellia, named "Queen Bess" in honor of her selection · as national camellia queen of 1952. The flower was developed at Magnolia Gardens, Charlc-s- toii, R. C. Beats Long Forces Mr. Calvin Ceolidg* Mrs. .Woodrow Wilson PARENTS "OF HIM STAR Elizabeth Taylor, 19, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Taylor, Beverly Hills, Calif., look over a photo of their daughter and her new husband, British actor Michael Wilding, 39. They wer* quoted as saying that they were happy that Elizabeth had wed "an older man." The newlyweds, who.were married in London, planned to spend ten days with friends in the French Alps. (International) , STARTS AIRPORT PROBE ON ITS WAY gf r - /llinullgfl JiBW IlulllJJnIIIIIX '" My* t/\*»ii.i»j MIIJJUI utm, W l i l l vjiujr luu. *;- , -- · · · · ·-" *m tilt lint test of Ocncrnl Elicnliower'n voli'r-nppenl nii.ilnjt Senator Taft's. The primary hold ~j "" -Ifflittf »lfnl(lc«ncc for Ihe Democrats. 11 will she (he country an rsllmnlc of President Truman' *.»: .:-· ,.-u * || cou j(| enr | Senator Kef»uver'« prcsldcnllal nsplrnllom should he he soundly dcfentet'. VICTORY of Robert F. Kcnnun, · judge find former mayor, of Mln- den, La., in Louisiana'! primary race for governor spells big de- teat tor tho 20.yearscnlrcnchcd mnrhlno linmlcd down by tht lair .lurj. I'. IXIIIK lo his brother, Gov. i^nrl IXIIIR Priihlhllcd by law from iiiicctcding himself, l/ing nip- liortcd Jurts« Carlos Spaht lor ijovernor. ilnlrmnliniuili Mn. Harry S. Truman Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt THE lONGEVITY OF WOMEN Is ntlcsled by life Insurance shtislics, This holds true In all stations of life, KnRlmul IKIS two of tluec queens--Queen Mother Elizabeth nnd Uowaiicr Queen Mother Mary-who have survived their husbands. Siinilarily, the U.S. has four sur- vivinK First Ltdlet--Mrs. Hurry S. Truman, Mrs, V. 1). Hobscvclt, Mrs. Calvin Coolldgc nnd Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. Tho IMtcr three have outlived Ihclr rnisbnnds by a goodly number of years. (Central Press) .OEN. JIMMY DOOIITTII, chairman of Prcsldcnt-Truman'i Bpeclsl three- man commission named lo Investigate congestion at »lrporti, llstcni, llntcnlly In conference wllh the President In the White House. In rc«r are R. Hall Johnson ( l e f t ) , secretary'of the commission, «nd Charlci :F. Home, Civil Aeronautics administrator, a member. The 1 other mem- 'bfr Id Dr. Joromo C. Hunsaclier, Mnssnch\isctt! Institute of TechnoloRy: jaeronnutlcal engineering department head. Truman, "seriously'eon- icerned" about recent crashes, inked the commission to fntlw recom- Imcndallons within DO (layt,

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