Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 18, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 18, 1952
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-NMTMWBT MHUM TiMMtay, Mcrcii II, I»S2 News Ot 7 he World In · · · · · ! FREEDOMS AWARD FOR MARSHALL .|. ..-:,',·; OENERAL OF tHE AHMY Coerce C, Marshall (lert). receives the Four *· OtrttKML VT l i l K f*nml vjuuijjc Wi i n u i o M u t i \ « « . ( » ^ . .*."-.-.-« S ''"!' Freedoms Award from Krahk Pnec Jr., Secretary ol the Army, nt a · j j r.:.7i'Dinner'given In New York City by the. Four Freedoms Foundation. f. :·'· "'"'The five-star general was cited for his "oulslandlnc service as.a sol- 4 ··· dlcr, Etntcsman and diplomat In the cause of the four freedoms--the ."^:*S r basic rights of human beings everywhere." ' (International) NO 'PORK BARREL' FOR PIG FARMER FROM-HERE the captive ualloon twins Hoisted from deck of the seagoing U. 3. Cuast Guard cutler Courier, to support Ihe cutter's Voice ·of America transmitting antenna, seems to umbrella the whole works. The Courier ts equipped to transmit while moving at'sea or anchored In any, port: The balloon Is 35 by 69 feet and Is raised and lowered by a winch. Cutler ti converted cargo ship. (Internatmiat SouniipUolej WHO WANTS NICKEL BEER?-Crowds fill a liquor store in Washington, D. C., where whiskey is advertised .for sale at 13 cents , a fifth. The catch is that they must then pay a Federal tax of $2.10, · and a District t?x of 15 cents, on each purchase. Purpose of the sale, the proprietor .says, is to point up high tax rate on liquor. --- NEW"YORKFROM A UN VIEWPOINT · v : " : Think Taxes High? 'IF YOU WANT TO SEE HAPPY FACES' u. s. Married mari with one child pays $2,429.70 Married man with ono child payi $928 Gasoline 50 centi Clgarbts SO cent) gallon, 26 conti package, 39 centi of It lax rgri of II lax t _,. THI NIWJiRliY ; i»lltlcal limelight for n moment Is 2 ; 10- ·r: 1 r;P ound Hcnr y Krnjcwskl, 39, the.Socaucus, N.J., pig farmer nnd tavern * Jltj wnor who ll08 nnndunccd himself Presidential candidate of the "Poor -j.vjMan's Party," Here he Indulges In a bit of hamming as he tries out a .'. ^campaign song ou some of his porkcn, On the serious side, Krajowskl ,. ^ibaa filed petitions of candidacy bearlnR 1,138 signatures. He advocates ·f l*cllmlnallon of beer nnd liquor taxes; rolling back of meat prices to ma, i.jand no taxes for families with more than four children. InlcrnniionnO 'COMPARISON of British" taxes and those In U. S. rnaltcsMlio American Boem light. British taxes on luxuries such ns xvhlsky and beer run from 60 per cent of retail price up. BATISTA'S 1933 FLAG IS RAISED **·.;; j\n^j^x\j^\sij:;-i STAMP--Harried income to* collectors have a new burden to bear as thou- ·----POPULAR "TAX" rands of these "protest" ttamps, right, printed In red Ink, begin to show up on Income tnx return forms. They arc Issued by tho Citizens' Public Expenditure Sum-ey, an Albany, N. Y 'priviitc tax- poycri orfjanlratlon. The idea catiKht on and is sweeping the country. Anne DcGolycr. left, 'of Albany, hus innllcd nut more than 100,000 stamps to date. TWO FOR THE BOOK-'MR. PRESIDENT' «». r-^-- tit thi**" hltlarto unpublished priotoi irt President Truman fnndo by photoRi-npher J d W»U tor a ne* Ixrok tilled, "Mr. President," At loft, tho Chief Executive siU nt his piano In Ulalr * t-Ajg^-ikf. , n r j ,B« ir » to be inklnfi llslencw whether they would prefer "The Missouri Waltz" or |S5m*V AtrllW, tW PrnMHot ·) M hto 4cik durlnf t mornlni staff mMUM. (felwMfloMi CitliitiMl CUIAN SOIOIIIS celebrate In glee as they ralM Ccn. Fiilfjenclo Biv tlita'a Hrst revolutionary nag In Cnmp Columbia, near llnvann. The ·trlpcil (Ian la (ht one he raised Sept. 4, IDAS, In the first (it several MecMsful urirtiinci M, ke«d*d. tlnHnaHonal Hovn NATIONAL SMILE WEEK SMILES IN HOLLYWOOD SOMEBODY In Hollywood decided the first week of March should be "National Smile Week" and came up with the six sets ol parted lipi below, all "most" lomething or other. Way down below are namea of owners of the smiles. See if you can pick any before checking on the names. (International? THERE'S A LESSON In courage from 4-year-old Glyn Evans, English boy born without legs. Here It is, in Glyn's own words: "My name is Glyn 3vans and matron and I have lots of fun when she gives me my walk- Ing lesson every day. I'm only 4. so give me time to learn. When I was horn I did not have any legs and they said I should never be able to walk. Mummy -and= daddy refused to believe this and took me to Queen Mary's hospital at Roehompton, where the doctors mode me these ( legs and . the special crutches I call my plonkers, because I cliosc matron and try to plonk her on the toe with them. They say It Is good for. me and gives me confidence and balance. 1 am staying at the Victoria Home for Crippled Children at Bournemouth. There ar« 46 of us here. Some paralyzed, some with spinal jackets and some with, legs In Irons. But if you want to ice happy faces and hear happy laughter there Is no better place than here." (International) WINDOW WASHER Edward Dempsey gets a pretty clear overall ,vlew of things from 38th floor of the United Nations secretariat building In! New York, even If sometimes the UN member* apparently don't He's one of Bva window washers with full-time jobs on the building's 5,100 windows. In view you see the East River drive, the East river. Welfare island and the Queensboro bridge. (Internationalf ROUTE OF JULIANA'S TOUR IN U.S. S. Molt mysterious (mile. 6. Molt sincere smile. 1. Ann Blyth's. 2. Piper Laurie's. S. Maureen O'Ham'i. 4. Ava Gardner'!. 5. Julln Adams', t. Joyce Holilrii't,'· C A N A D A TT M AIN POINTS IN TNI UNITED STATEI that will be visited by Queen Juliana and her husband, Prince Bcrnhard, durlnf their pro* Ijectcd 16-day tour are indicated by broken line on m«p, Durlnf her 'Btny, the Dutch ruler will deliver at least six key addressci, reported .to be among the most Important of her thrce-and-a-hnlf-yev relgv The schedule to be followed by the royal couple and their entourage of I ten, Including Foreign Minister Dirk U, Stlkker, la Indicated (Inset) ' on map. During their three-d«y visit In the nation's capital the Queen gnd net contort will be fuesti i h W ·

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