Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1952
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April 14, If SI News Of 7he World In Pictures __ IT'S HONORS DAY FOR EX-CORPORAL f McGRATH AND MORRIS GO THEIR SEPARATE WAYS THE FAMILIAR MUSHROOM AGAIN , WMAt ^·jHpcner y [horn*, *^~iturn? {famed DO WASHINGTON officials do when they suddenly find themselves out of jobs? Well, after Attorney ai J. Howard McGralh got the ax for llrlng corruption hunter Ncwbold Morris, he turned up nt wllh nil family (left), son dsvld James, H; wife, and pet, Pierre. Morris, ousted by McGrath, 1 up in' Waihlngion'a Lafayttte .park, feeding pigeons,.a scene sharply, reminiscent ot Another fiRST IN A SERIES of ncw'atomlc explosions In AEC tests at French-! paik bench sitter, Birnard Barwh, (International ilauuaiiluiiiaj man's Flat, Nev., Is shown from top of Mount Charleston, 55 miles · ' . . . ' nway. It's the familiar mushroom cloud. (International Sotmdphotoj! MERCY HOLSTER - "Carry your weapons at all limes," is the order to soldiers in Korean battle areas, and Lt. Robert Schiels, ot New York, attached to the medical service corps of the 45th Infantry's "Thunderbird" division obeys. He has fashioned a holster for his hypodermic syringe, and carries extra "needle" ammunition. IT'S HONORS DAY for ex-Corp. Victor Kozares at Pittsburgh, P»., ai Col. Edwin M. Sutherland, Pennsylvania military district chief, presents him with the Distinguished Service Cross, the nation's second highest award for valor, as Kozares' fiancee, Adelaide Daniels of Monessen, Pa., watches. She holds his Bronze'Star, also for heroism in Korea. Kozares' other decorations include the Silver Stir, Purple Heart, Korean Ribbon with three service stars. United Nations Ribbon and Presidential Unit 'Citation. Korazes is from Washington, Pa. {International Soundphoto) LAKE MICHIGAN GOES BERSERK DE-WINGED JET PLANE? NO, A CAR MATERNITY WARD-The Cleveland, Ohio, zoo is calling its monkey house the "Stork Club" these days. Pictured above *"" is part of the reason--a bumper crop of 20 baby monks., 3 GLASS IN EYE, MAY LOSE SIGHT {SWEDEN'S PREMIER ANDSTEVENSON THE AUTO shown above, nt th« International Motor Sporu iliow In New York, .somewhat resembles a jet plant without Hi Kings. Seated in' It Is Richard Harp. Boonsboro, Md., who built it In two years nt a · cost of }i,DM. The car 1,800 pounds, is powered by a 70-hp ·trcraft engine, con go 120. Harp valuei It at J5.000, I International) MISSOURI RIVER FLOODS Hit IOWA GOING BERSERK with a Junior tidal wave, Lake Michigan'! 20-foot waves nearly put home of Thomas Franklin Into the water at Beverly Shores, Ind. Wreckage (left foreground) Is remains of chimney. Giant waves damaged other shore homes aa well. (International Soundphoto) IN DANGER of losing his sight, 2-year-old Gary Smith ot West Elizabeth, Pa., doesn't understand why both of his eyes are bandaged and why he must stay In the Eye and Ear hospital In Pittsburgh, Pa., in- SOLAR COOKERY--Lilting the lid to see what'a cooking, a sci- SWEDEN'S PRIME MINISTER Tngc Brlnndcr ( l e f t ) Is greeted by Illinois'( Gov. Adlni Strvcnson nt Rockford college, Rockford, 111., where the; prime minister received an honorary degree. Erlnnder Is touring; the United States. (JiifcriintlonnlSomielpliofo;) stead ot at home with his steel worker father, mother and six brothers. Gary was helping his brothers pick up broken glass v;hen a slivei pierced his .eye, damaging the pupil and optic nerve. Surgeons may hive to operate to remove the left eye In an effort to save the right. Nurse Barbara Sleppy comforts Gary. (Intcriiatitntal SoundjihotL) entist demonstrates the solar domestic cooker invented' oa India's National Physics Laboratory at New Delhi. The sun's rays, reflected trom the four-foot polished metal bowl and concentrated on the pressure cooker, have power said to be equivalent to 300 watts./1 , ONE POLICEMAN BITTEN, ONE PHONE OFFICIAL 'CAPTURED' Declared Innocent OF FAMILIES are leaving their homes In North Sioux City, , above, is the woret flood crest In 71 years rolled down lire River from devastated Pierre, S.D. Thousands ot acres of In Iowa and Nebraska already were flooded, (international) 500,OQdth Gl TO BE ROTATED HOME ·M M MHMVM In 'Sun Francisco from Korea, Cpl. Fred L. Clark, 9.1, tt iBdtinapolli, Ind., wavti to UIOM en hand lo frcel him. lie Is the I Midler to bt.ntmtd home from Korea, lit It scheduled lo , 11* W**Unft«* for a tour of tht capital. Hll partnli and fiance· ffiU'Mm there. Clark won th* Combat Infantryrni'H'i Bsdite and I Star MtdaJ In KOTM. (inMTMllwul foundpliolo; «·.*·*» iv IIKIVP In lo open pntti Ilironcli maward iilrhcin nt Wratrm Kief trie,. l)l«lrlb«llni company I- Olrl pIcKrti al Ihr HIM NMIrtlna 'T»ii«ia1»" manar-r ShUt-v 1'hlladpJphln. 1 piillm.mi m far rl»!tt waa Mllcn Uurln, Ihe* .In Iront .1 the biill,llt.«. lintfteM, ttatn rtat-amund-a-rmy wit* Wm In Ihr middle. SKIRMISHES OEVElOrEB Between pickets and nolle* *hf« i locked lint to fmnnl while collar employca from enlerlnR i Philadelphia. Uter, By afiwment, tht oniploycn wer« rwr- ·trllilng CKi.ConnminlcMloiu Workers formed a tlchlljf | tht Western aBMrlc O:strlbutln|{ company building in I milled lo cnlcr building. (litltrwiftoniU Jo ' fi » , ! ' . 13-YEAR-OLD Harold Lorcnlston, declared Innocent of murder of I.ydo Kitchener, 12, « clnssmato In a Long Island, N. V., school. Itugj hl» pony nt his homo la Smithtown. The boy became Involved aovcral weeks after her body was found In a wooda.

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