Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 20, 1952 · Page 8
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March 20, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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·. News Ot 7he World hi Pictures AUTO VICTIM CHEERED BY CLOWN Thre w Weight' TRUMAN CHOPS, TAFT RASPS, SAYS SPEECH EXPERT Vfl ADM. W. W. Kmllh, retired, former chairman nf u. S. M a r i l l m e commission, tells the Senale Kiir- plus tankers hearing t h a t lormer Rep. Joseph Casey (D|, ·Mr.srarhu- sctts. "threw his weight around" in Bee,|{lnfi allocations of war surplus tankers. Deals for t a n k e r s yot Caaey anil his group J.I.250.000 on n $101,000 Investment In three years. llaternationall 'Reluctantly' lO'J ANNE toil! couldn't go to the Shrine show because she was Immobilized in Chicago hospital with broken legs and a head Injury as a result of hiving been hit by in auto, So clown Harry Dann brought hii part of thaahow to her bedside. She Is feeling his nose to determine 111 authenticity. The driver who struck Lou Anne was not Insured, Friends have contributed Jl.SOO to help pay.the .hospital bills. (InfernaliomiO PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGH i S' KEFAUVER: Stop f u m b l i n g . Ton S t r i v e f o r ufrmtti. TRUMAN: St»|i "winil- with nnus. Read without tin tniuiy mlstakr.s. Inflexion has nionntoniiiiH up - anit - iltnvn-stiiirs stvlc. 0 SAVING FACE--Three North Korean deserters show the modish way lo wear a cap when posing for a Western'photographer. They are also modeling the latest thing in a "gift" uniform, "donated by the grateful democrats of Czechoslovakia," which they received ·while with Red forces. They hide their fa«*s for fear former Red , superiors should see the photograph._-.- -EISENHOWER GUEST OF GREEK KING TAFT: (iiind volume and i l y n i i n i l c s ; unattractive, raspy voice. T r a c t 11 1 .n MMiiitllllg less Impatient. MacARTHUR: (iimil use of rhetoric. Stnp jtiltinu jaw. TVndrnry toward master-, «f-nll Impression. EISENHOWER: Persuasive, vnice, slightly loo crisp. Good reader. Tim -atm. Practice effective gestures. AFl PRESIDENT William Green tclli thi Senate banking committee .hearing on the defense production 'act that h'« "very reluctantly" i recommends stronger economic controls. . (IntcrvntlumU 110 TRANSFUSIONS, MORE NEEDED A VEHBMNT wave of ,hla arm, Alfred l-awson. founder of Hit _ fUnHrrilty 1 «'-U\vipnomy'.' I n - b e s Mc.lne», laVU'ars; into his say t Before a ; Senate.small business committee in 1 Washington' which wants I to know about a.reported'jilB.ooo profit on ,w»r Surplus machine toola j fcought from the government by tht Lawson icnooj'-bought for a frac- I .JJon'.of U"'', valut and reportedly «olrl at the big' p.fon't. Lawsuri told ; the committee hi uaed hii time on "big pnilogophlcal'thoughts" and ; jlWn't think about ihlrigi. like sypplles. . /iNfrriMfionii' 'SmiiiilnluiW PROPOSED ._ 0»VIOUSlY s tNJOYINOTMlMJIlVli,t. dinner In (he Royal Paiace. Athens, Greece, are General;Dwight D. Eiwnhower (left) and King Paul..On his way back to his headquarters in Paris, the Supreme'Com- mander stopped in Italy where.he was briefed'on'Allied Naval maneuvers just concluded in the Mediie!Tanean._f.lTiterna(ipna! RaJiopholo) DEDUCT 'ARMS PART' OF TAXES HER KINDNESS REPAID--A two-month vacation In Hawaii will be enjoyed by Mrs. Nellie Klcfer. fiS-ycar-old widow of La Crossc, WIs.. who recently received n check for $450 from Japanese- American soldiers of the 100th Infantry Bin., nnd 442nd Regimental Combat Team. Mrs. Klcfcr befriended the men when they were stationed at Cnmp McCoy during World War 11. An additional token of their esteem Is this scroll, sent to Mrs. Kielcr by one of the men. ' ' ' "~ - · CHEEftFUl GEORGE BIENIASZ, 28. hulds up two tlnsprs In a victory iign in Chicago hospital aftei no bloud transfusions uOlG mimths. He.was burned on 61) pet cent of hli budy and still must have mute blood to live. Relatives, tnends. co-workers and 1(1 bnithrra and two ·sisters have been donors. His family u unable to pay. navmjj mortgaged their home to makt partlaJ medical payment.i. nnien,nn;»ni f,,,,,a,i,,i,:,i 0 j ^Marines Hit Hard NEW YORK LEGALIZES COLORED OLEO s'UO NMMIIAIOIII rtjtcttd UN propuHl it Pan Mun Jom lo makt ;,«urnundJn| tr*M ud nearby cltlet of aurn* Kurwui entry porta sub. ; Jact to inapaetlon during poit-armlitlca ptrlod. Map aliiwa th«i« areai | M: I. teaul, with Inchon and Klmpo airfield Included; 2. Puian, with Maaan; .1. Hamhunf with Hungnam; 4. PynniyiAg with Chmnampa. profoted entry porla would Da Slnulju, (8), Minpojln («), (?)· Karifnunf (I), KuriaM (*), etntrtNy lxaU,Taefu (10), LOYAL TO THE CROWN- More ihnn 60 yenrs of service to the Crown will bo rewarded when Yeomnn Pnvld Stroke, (14, receives the insignia of a member of the Hoynl Viclorinn Order from the Duke of Gloucester, nt Buckingham P n 1 n c e. Strnke, whose service record dales back to lBB9,-ha« been a member n! the Guard at the Tower of London tlnce 19)0. He Is seen In quarters us he polls'iei his sword In preparation for the ceremony. NSW TOKX'S Oov. Thomas B. Dewey algr,a Into law a bill legalltlng sale of yellow oleomargarine In the atatt. With him In hla oTnce In Albany am the bill's sponson, Assemblywoman Mrs, Geneata M. Strong, Plandome, L, I., and State Senator Stanley j. Bauer, Buffalo, both Republicans. The law repeals tha,atatt'a M-year-old ban against manufacture and salt of colored oleo, and permit! aala of colored oleo beginning July 1. . (/HierMlioiiai BALKING AT "WA.I TAXES," Mr. and Mrs. Francis Behn Rlgga, 70 and 6T. make out their federal Income-tax In their home in Whlttier, Cal., but leave out of their payment that part which they figure goes for military expenditure.'They are Quakers and feel that paying taxes for arms Is as reprehensible as bearing them. They have protested ainct 1911 and have withheld money since 194*. (International Soundthotol INSPECT LEAFLETS IN TRUCE ZONE U. S, ARMY haa suffered the greatest number of casualties, but man for man, tha Marines have been hardest hit. $acn heart in chart represent* 1,000 casualties In Korea war, a total of 108,418, ae- cording to Detente department. CAN. IICHAID rowiM (right); Troutdale, Or*, Mnptctf fcaflata die. played hy Reda ( l e f t ) In the, Panmunjorn, Korea, ntutral ton* which me Reda claim were found there. The tetfltta ar* Mlleved te nave exploded from an artillery ehcll oulalde (he truce tone end te, have been blown inilde By wind. Powen u a UN, teeumy oHcer. Phot» »y INP tuff photographer Da»e Qtere.

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