Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 5, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 5, 1952
Page 6
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"II * News Of The World In Pictures ATTACKS BY A KILLER WHALE She's 106 "CABBY" CELEBRATES TWICE-Gcorge "Gabby" Hayes, veteran actor of the horse operas, hadtwo reasons to celebrate as he saluted his wife, Dorothy, at a party in New York. Gabby was celebrating their 38th wedding anniversary', and his 50th year in,business. Twins,! Maybe THE FUTURE looks bright to 106- year-old Mrs. Christina Nelson ai she sits in NonvalK. Cal., homo and contemplates her March 22 birthday. Her advice for longevity, "Good Christian living and a happy family." She has three children, 13 grandchildren and 31 great- grandchildren. (International) I Louli Anderson. It. ihowi how he rimmed in oar into · ' oat-toa killer' whtlt'i eye to make It rele'ui Its hold on his 14-foot ···; towboit off Bodef I Held, Cillf. The I.Vitb marki on the tide of the -!.-·' boat and the,hole In'the bottom were made by the whale's teeth. -».. Andtnon md hit companion; H W. Van Buren, paddled desperately towird · neirby foe*. The boil went under n they reached it. They ,:.' «r«n rweiMd liter by · OJI. Com Guird helicopter: (International; JUDSONIA MAIN STREET A SHAMBLES INJURED 'CHUTIST GIVEN FIRST AID ,11 MAY II TWINS thli time, think IngrlU Bergman and noherto Ros- Bclllnl. Ingrld Is shown at a reception In Rome for 51 newspaper ·nd radio executives and editors from 21 states on a tour of 11 Eu: ropcun and Middle East, countries. : Leader of the unfnrl Is James U. ! Wick, newspaper and radio cxccu- I live from Nllcs. O. llnternntumall ONE OF 39 PARATROOPERS Injured In man drop of 4,000 In "Operation' Longhorn" receives first aid at Fort Hood, T«x. The unidentified soldier. Is member of "Enemy Forces," the 82nd airborne division, whlchj *'^ ai :' 1 ^_"Vj. S '. ^°F. ce ?.". _. _ _ (InlirnaliDiial Scundflioto)', -«!*, Ark., » town of UOO, ts a.shamblei In wake ,Mrie».« torn«dpe»,which *muhed through flve itatca Kjiinc tbw too ptnon*. Judwnl* t* on* of nardert hit. (International) RAIN OF 'AGGRESSORS' IN TEXAS FLAMES SWEEP FARM HOME, KILL EIGHT 1 SAD RELATIVES stand (above) In front of the John Whipkey home be- .twecn Somerset and Rock wood in southern Pennsylvania, where Whlp- ,key and seven others of the family lost their lives in flre. From left: Mrs. Mildred Uadskl. his lister: Mrs. Walter Albright, his mother-in- .law; William Albright, brother-in-law. At right are Franklin, 13 (left), and John \Yhlpipy. Jr.. 16, whose father, mother and six brothers and sisters were victims. Franklin escaped when the explosion which ;caused the fire hurled him Injo the yard; John, Jr., because he was away working. The father was a 51-year-old pensioned miner. The three itory frame house was a century old. f/nlenialioHai Soundphotoa, Gen. Omar Bradley Gen. Uwton Colllai Gen. Matthew Rldpray iOEN. DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER'S Impact on the U. S. political tcene poses the big problem of who would (succeed him as commander-in-chlef, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers In Europe. Most observer! agree the man would have to be an American, since it ts unlikely the European powers could agree 'on a non-American. Eisenhower Is known to favor his chief of staff, "on. Gruenther, In eplte of I the fact that Gruenther, a staff officer, has never held a major command. Others who apparently would b« !|n the running are General Bradley, chairman of the U. S. Joint Chiefs of Staff; General Collins, U. S.: ·Army chief of staff; General Ridgway, UN commandcr-in-chief In the Far East /International)' Peron Officially In PHILLIES; PRESUMABLY PEDESTRIANS TAKE HEED --Mute reminder of what happens to a heedless pedestrian lies on safety island In Scuttle, ·ftcr an auto knocked n pedestrian out flf his shoes. The cars still roll, but It will lie a long THEY WON'T WANT A SECOND CUP-Anita Savoie, waitress, of Unnvcrs, Mass., displays one of Ihe most expensive coffee-cups in the world. It is one of three from which armored car guards were drinking when their truck was looted of 3681,000. To date, no one hns asked lor * rc-Iill. SMI1INO tSOADlY. Juan D. Peron receives his presidential "diploma"! . In Buenos Aires from a member of: (THREE CIOARS A DAY li the ration of Walter Oslowskl Jf la Phlla- th. .Lctoral board which credits; ; 'delphia. He .won't be 3 years old till May. but he'i been Knotting regu-l president-elect for tna 1952.. !larlv slnca nln« months nirt run hi f «u r! n «. /F.,«- ** i u "_..-.-.I . '»fiy_iinc«nlne months old. c«n blow rings. (hitlnxMon .lime b e f o r e the jaywalker, leaves the hospital. SURVIVORS OF MINE TRAGEDY " 22"* ir "' "*'·'·" *.*"**Trfi i) M mtmbtn »t UM "turenor force"' in EiltrelM LonfHon. At j^llom, one .. . . «ft« httllni thtMriK-Tlir MM* World .W*ri«»ffMtrMiiloMO RED "VEEP"-J31cnn Trcty- kovn, above, holds the Important position of vice president of tho Supremo Soviet (P.'irllnmrnl) of tho Hufslnn republic. MINIRS Wilier Yarosh (right) ind Charlei Mlcklo (left) tell state policeman Philip Mellcy of their experience tfler the; cscipcd from i coal mine at Forrcitvllle, Pi. rive fellow-mlneni wer* drowned when in explosion rushed toni of wiler Int* lh« §h«ft flMtrnallonal^

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