Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 23, 1952 · Page 8
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April 23, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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NMTHWtST AtKANSAS TIMB, MytfMvffc,Aifanm W*dn«da r , April U, IfSJ . . ,. News Of The World In Phantom Gunman T"* **"*!,": "'-' RIVER "AT Li.GiLAMB CHOPPERS--JohnMalatesta, right, owner of a golf course S 5?Jatar Jlpl"ywcbd,"«nTRcv. William Dlamontl watch Malatesta's IVAN CHAIIH THOMAS, 29. sits ,..:H? . . . ' * . . ..,.-..- _. ,,.-,- ... -1.J. ,,. i,oi (n cut0() y | n Log Angeles after admitting, »ald Sheriff Eugene Blscalluz, that he Is the phantom · gunman who killed one woman j and'injured at least three other women and a girl since last! August. "I just got a lot of personal satisfaction out of It." the, sheriff quoted him as saying, j Thomai was caught after a shot j whizted past Mrs. Joan Hllcs, .ij neighbor, only 10 minutes after he .visited hti-. (International! ~ n iViS»w incthod of greens-keeping, ai a flock of sheep grazes over the! r f. Tlfirt. When the cr«M become loo long for his lawn mower, MnliH f'N.'jttlta-borrowed we »heep from a neighboring movie studio. (NEA) ·rjs'P'.;' . · ·'.· · ' - · ' · · " ' ' ' · " " ' · · · . S?* 1 ' 1 r-' WAITKUS GUN GIRL IS FREED There Might Be TWO Candldafw Here " MUTUAl SECURITY ADMINISTRATOR W. Averell Harrlman (left) ·hakes hands with Senator Estes Kefauver of Tennessee, Democratic presidential candidate, at the New Xork State Democratic committee a dinner in Harriman'i honor in New York. At right la Labor Secretary ·Maurice Tobln. Harrlman Is being discussed aa a possible presidential .candidate himself. ' flnternaUonal SowrfpnoWj BASEBALL FREE TO THE PRESIDENT TWO SCNES In Sioux City, la., with the Missouri river flood at 21.3 feet: Upper--A bit of comedy seeps into the tragic situation as water swirls up around sign on a store. A lot of coke could be made with all that water. Lower: Looking .toward the Northwestern. railroad yards, with water almost submerging a railroad viaduct. Bridge in background Is closed, with one end under water. All Sioux City business is at a standstill except for newspapers, doctors and city services. (International Soundpliotot) PRESIDENT MEETS A PRESIDENT JAW, Ruth Stelnhagen, 31. who In JM» shot and Mriouslvi 'wounded Philadelphia Phllllei drat baaemui Bddlt Waltkui In Chicago 'and wu Knt to Kankakee State hotplUl for Uw Inuiu, U shown In, : "SSiicago with htr parents ai she taktt har Hrtl Uw breithi of the alri ^'·'Virwiom after th« Jury freed her. Bht will return to Kankaktt u a «; p«7«tcaltherapHJ. . ;;..';-, , ' tMmttluini Soumljinele/ PHOTO/ from a group showing' Interior view* of th« newly redecorated White House, shows President Truman's study on the iccond |Bbo'r. A photo of Ms mother is on wall In background. /Inlernalioiml; CAT THRILLS TO CANARY'S TRILLS OF csRATifubrfo NATION 45, an luwian immigrant, proudly shows the hand-made re he fi*hloited for the Prtildent of the United Stain 11 a «es- i of fntlllidf If thi nation. Porio n ihown In nu New York ihon, re he MMe tne allpperi In' hi* p«re time uvtr (.period of six FRESIDENT TRUMAN snakes hands with Alexander F. Jones, president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and editor of the Syracuse, N. V.. Herald-Journal, nt press conference with the President in th« Smithsonian Institution. Washington. ((iilemalioiioi sounitynolo; THERE'S PERFECT HARMONY in the home of Wendell Hanson, of West Sturgeon Bay, Wis., as his pet cat and canary go into a duet (top). The kitten, which Is named "Tiger" is obviously thrilled as "Catnip," the bird, perches on her head and lets eo with some throaty notes. At bottom, dinner time tins' arrived, hut instead of eating the canary in traditional fashion, "Tificr" 1 shares her milk with liar strange playmate. TRUMAN AWARDS HONOR MEDALS TO THREE HEROES Ilka Mrs, . trumin, H* itarM · p*OKlf·' »il|lil to luiptctid and loshtd U A littet (« · MWI ·eumnwntilW nntlly fol him · Whllt HOIIM " lo nrtwnt UM ·llpiwrf, T*W, IM at Kither ind imported lv»lvet · - J " l \ f i v l n R - a wonderful lime" as she nnd her husband ride the high-flying «\vin[ivM tho Hump- «lrnrt Heath fair In London, ling,' PRESIDINT TRUMAN WIN! · pprMroopet, a M.irlne nnd nn Infontrymnn In * four-way handshake nftct confcrrlnn Mcdnln of Honor on the three Korean heroes. The ceremony was held In the \\ hllo llouso rost garden nnd wni allcnded by top military lenders, members of Congress nnd the families M l l i c Mrow. Khqwn (I. lo r.) arc: M/Sct. llnrold E..Wil«on, 30, nirmlnghnm, Ala.; the I'rctldcnt; Lt. Mfiyd L. IJiinte, 27. of Stuttgart, Ark., and Cpl, Uoiollo I). llcrnnndcJ, nf Fowler, Calif. Onlcrnallonnl SoundplioloJ. ·HSIDENT TRUMAN receives hli Mason baieball pan from Bruce HaTM« 4 grandson of Clark Griffith (right). Waahington Nationa · oS And « alligator bag for Mra. Truman, mofeM SHAGGY HORSE TALE--Hardly noticed by villagers wailing for a bus in New Forest, England, a shaggy wild pony ambles down ".he street as if he owned the place. He's one of many ponies in the area that wander at will. SOUNDS OFF--This striking new plctur* ol Mantial Tito of j Yuioitavto w«s taken during hl« recent iddreM 18 · Joint WMloft ( of the National Af»embly In Btlgmde. Th* dyh«mle dictator warned the leaders of Western natiom Hint Yu«o«livi» muit.takc I part In »ny decision! aflcctlnf Zone A ol Ire* territory «f TrleiMuj

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