Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 29, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 29, 1952
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Mews STEPPINGSTONES TO PEACE '' JTB'HHOIlONtl lu mil I rum irucf tent t Han Mun Jom Kureu pro's" fl^df rffin footlnj; for UN negotiators on way to helicopter ntrlp W a l k line «· (f f u m '«") USAfr Coi Andrew J McKlnncy A i m y U Col * iHvwtrt 8 Uvlc Navy Capu Hirry E Crom I International) H; BMTAiivs i«wisTF7GHfER; PLANE' KEEPING THE LINES OPEN IN 35 FEET OF SNOW JIMMY IS NO POLITICAL CHUMP BIG SHOT -- Pvi. Robert C. Uusdi, of 27th Signal Company, New York , Niillohal Guard, cleans up a king-sized M-l rifle, m i d ' I s . - o n l y too glad thai he doesn't have to pack Ihe giant weapon on maneuvers. The eight-foot-long replica of li'-° M-l is'used for trniifinc pur- - poses nl Albany, N.. Y. i ON TOP of snuw that nearly covers 35-Toot-hlgh telephone tinea at Dormer Summit. Cal.. linemen ,' the llnca to keep them tn order. Snow drifts 70 feet deep here. U. S. 40 has been clogged m?ny we [ It'* the' area In which the passenger trjUn was it ailed several weeks ago. (International tiuun 'NOBODY WANTS TO KISS ME' CUA«IO H» f UKltATION by British security" offlclnlMhli "Mth'crio unpublished picture shbwi the how Roynl Air Forcn flghlori the'Mowkrr '''-·ntcr," In flloht.ovor tile Kngllsh countryside. Dcclnrcd."the fastest the world," ,thli. p|an» I? considered BO v l l n l l h n t Prime Mlnlntcr nston Churchill h ' ·iflcallon. The croft v , . .Winston Churchill hor'gjyen Its rajiia proriuctlon super-priority clns- v* desfsneU l)j' Sydney Cnhim. f/nfc'rim(lonol AITING; WAITING WITH THE ATMOSPHIRI saturated with political oratory, maybe It Isn't too strange that Jimmy, the precocious chimpanzee at the Bronx, N.Y,' Zoo, seems to have caught the fever. Here, he is going through some of the motions of a standard bearer for the Primate Party. Jimmy has been a resident of the Bronx Zoo since May, 1945. He is a native of the West African Congo and weighs about 200 pound.5. (fnlcrnaficmol) II ZOO'S WHO?--"Fredy" keeps the patrons guessing at.the zoo in Paris, France. When up'to any monkey business she puts on a mask and apes the'customers, but there's no monkeyshines when the photographer shows up. She wants to look her wistful best. OKEiK WAR VICTIMS disembark from liner Nca Helltt on arrival tnj ' | New York (or facial surgery. Said 7-year-old Martha Stamattladouj | (front rlghl), whoso laco and hands were disfigured by shell burns.! ! "1 want people to kiss me. Nobody wants lo kiss me." Shi Mid she j couldn't remember how she looked "before." prior to when a shell i ·truck her homo In Salonika. "1 was only a baby then." .Beside her | Is Yanoula Manlzas, 7, Itcar. Mrs. 1'hemla Lakonus, a nurse, also In ! the U, S. for treatment, and'Gpamlndtu Darlayanis. I International/ «« , * 0 " " ''*" M u n Jom - Um » dr »B» °" I" t n l « ifrlaoncr of.wnr c«mp In.North Korea and U. S. luldler. while It away - «t cards, talking and reading. Captions Identify them (from left) aa . Cpl. Charlc. U Smith. Kenneth, Mo.; Cp|. Robert Phllllppl. Virginia- ··^mnbTT" «" f ' M " r '"-" "· Ma «» ey ' Chatmon ' ^-: Harry G* ··{Campbell, La,.VegM..N.M. . ;..(International So MALIK'S A SKETCH-Jacob Malik, Russian delegate to the UN, unwittingly' "sat" for this sketch by United States delegate Benjamin Cohen. Cohen caught the fleeting impression of the Russian spokesman during debate at a Security Council disarmament meeting in New York. GRENADES AND TEAR GAS FLUSH OUT WIFE KILLER experience ·NOW At WAIKIKI-June Webster ha. Die unique ·t havlni.Twr f««t,wwlnd with .the flrit (now ever to nppcnr on ' Walklkl bt'Bcli, '.RpM'mirle MufiMiiln applies ov«r · newly-conitrucWd lilihway (r iuni Lou. 'wnrl'* 1 - '"-- x volcano. COUNTER-BLOW-^H you think Mrs. lone Counter, Minneapolis, ; Wis., tomato packer, looks sadly pensive, you're right. She lost frer diamond ring while packing tomatoes-find figures it's in one of the' 20,000 packages of them showing up in retail stores. Since the newi, got out, there was a boom In tomato sales. · , LOTTA TALK-Complete records of protracted Korean truce . · talks form this man-sized pile of i records, as Chief Yeoman John I J. Lukasik, attached to the ad'. vanced UN camp at .Vusan-ni ' checks off one more date that ' has passed since July, 1951, ; when the talks began. Chief · Lukasik is in charge of Reproducing and distributing trans- . cripls of the proceedings.. HOW RUMORS GET AROUND-Pror. Anatol Rapoport, of the University of Chicago, explains, by means of a mathematical formula, how rumors circulate in a population. Explaining mass be- n.-ivior in mathematical terms is one example of work being carried on by Rapoport and other researchers .in a new branch ot science, mathematical biology. CONCRETE BLOCKS FAIL TO STAND UP TO TORNADO AlOVEi Deputies crouch wnrlly outmdo home of Harry Hess, I liasl I'laadcna, Cal,, after bombarding tho dwelling with three hand grenadci and three tear pn« pcllct-i. (less held police at bay nearly an hour while hi.t estranged .wife, Mri. Nina Hess, lay dying In yard, shot In neck, chest. ; 'ffiilonmlloiialsomiifp/ioio; XIOHTi Driven Into open by tear gas, Hens li led away by sheriff's , deputies, llo said ho shot his wife, n nurse, In quarrel over her . rcque«t for MOO to defend a son (by another inarrlago) who t«oc» Irlil on « robbery charge. fi fl *,..-n... i · NMIo; IIFORI IHt TORNADO struck In Moscow, Tcnn., Van Dnvis went Into « cafe i tornado ilappcd tho walli apart (above) and Davis was crushed to death.

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