Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 26, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 26, 1952
Page 6
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OSVnWESt ARKANSAS TIMIS, FayalMvilU, ArkoMa*. Saturday, April 26, 1952 A WORD TO THE UNWISE News Of The World In Pictures ^T FATAL RACER REMOVED FROM DAYTON GRANDSTAND RCAF DISPLAYS NEW EXPOSURE SUIT FOR FLYERS ?v £7"'3« THIS BON '· Intended to change the mind of any U. S. Marine who U · ·htptlul of th* value of wearing hli helmet In Korea fighting. The Vim minumerit wa« erected by · member of the First Marine division. IMedlca : estlmate tnat 18 per cent of «ll battle ca«ualtle« are head woumli that would havt been avoided had the'victim worn hl» helmet. Department of Defense photo. IInttmaHonal tioiinrijilioto) WELCOME FOR ROYAL COUPLE WRECKED RACING CAR driven by Gordon Reid, 29, Van Nuys, Cat.; Is lifted from grandstand In Dayton, O., where It crashed,.hilling Reid and three other persons and Injuring nearly 50 spectators. I International) DOOLITTLE BOMBERS MARK 10TH ANNIVERSARY A NEW THING in exposure suits Is displayed by the Royal Australian Air force in Melbourne Combined In . ."alVVackage are a Hgmwclgh, dinghy ami a suit which can be Innated rapidly. ,M kft flght Lt, B. Sunderland starts to Inflate the dinghy, a 30-second operation. At right, afloat to th« dinghy and nrotected by the exposure suit, he sends up a smoke signal. WITH IT. GEN. JAMIS DOOUTUE the central figure, veterans of the Hrst bombing of Tokyo--the little ar-' nmda which look oft from a currier early "in World War II---ho. : ;l a 10th anniversary reunion In Miami, Fla, They are shown rc-cnnctlng the mission With paper planes. (International) FIVE-YEAR-OLD Jyoh Kapor, one of 200 children wearing United ' Nations costumes, welcomes Que?n Juliana of The Netherlands, and her husband, Prince Dcrnhard, to San Francisco. (Infcrnational) Warden Is Indicted :* \ u SUB-POCKET-SIZE EDITION-Believed to be the smallest printed books in the wojld, two volumes of a German publication are compared in size fo a postage stamp. Each tiny book approximately one-quarler-inch square, contains 20 pages printed with the Lord's Prayer and 19 blank pages. A strong magnify-':.g glass is needed to read the microscopic printing in the voiumcj, printed in ,, . Munich. Is It Romance? BARCINC ALONG--This is a new typo portable barge of rubberized fabric, built to Army specifications by Sciberling Rubber Co., of Akron, Otlio. It is pictured getting its first test at Fort Eustis, high by 10 feet long, easily transportable by plane BIRD GETS THE BOY--P«ul Summit, two-and-one-h.lf years eld, doesn't give "Deacon," (he talking crow, a chance to give him · the bird, lie has his father boost Km up so he can take first crack : '·t the crow. Deacon made his first appearance of the year at the 'Children's zoo In Bronx Park, N. Y., accompanied by hli trainer,'.; Corrlne Dalsgaard, right, ' ' ROY BIST, warden of Colorado »tate penitentiary, and eight others are under federal grand jury Indictment In connection with Hogging of ilx convicts following an attempted prison break In July, 1951. Others Indicted aro former Deputy Warden Oran W. Doolcn and seven guards. Best la president of the National Prison Wardens' association. (l;dcrnational) \ 'GIANT' BROTHERS LEAVE ARMY HICKORY HALVES-r-A new type of take-apart skis, aimed at reducing the .trouble and space required to carry skis, has been developed in Germany. The manufacturer claims, they are as solid as conventional skis, sell for about $34. (NBA)' Saved by III Health REPORTS from Hollywood have It that stars Robert Taylor and Linda Darnell aro topic of romance talk in film circles. (International) NICE C A T C H -- B a r b a r a j Midgette of Frisco Village, Hat- tcras Island, N.C., adnrres an awesome 42-pound channel bass caught in nearby waters. 1 Channel bass fishing is a favor- ] He pastime with Hatteras ang- j lers, begins with the arrival of 1 the bass late in March and runs i through the Summer. (NEA) | III HEALTH Is credited with tavlng . Dr. Sidney Lange, Cincinnati X- rny specialist, from prison on plea of guilty to evading income taxes on $8,518,250 he hoarded In seven safety deposit boxes. Tax totaled 53,429,876.91. Dr. Lange, ihown In court, drew a suspended five-year sentence, $50,000 fine. Investigation went to 1920. (International} ~~ffffJSS£mifffi^ rl^ t,Jurn about th, actual #*A* ^ »,-""' «»·"»'"'»"« )n New York harbor. ,'»,,"; if, (ns («r than y (Hill "OIANTI," the Frame brothers, are rl«»wd together from; \rmor»d'.Combat Training center, Camp Irwln, near Bnrstow, Cnl.J . Iter 1( monlhi of, thtlr two-yfrr hitchtu, From loft: 1'fc. .Grant, 18,' ·Ix-tctt-threcj Cpl, Douglas, n, iLxifeet-ncvcn; Cpl, Boyd, 31, nlx-fcct- 1 nve. They were released after II) monthi duo to change In regulation*.' Aoked what they planned to do, they replied, "Why, we'll Just continue] to drive tnirka, of course." (International Soun UNVEIL "PATTON'S" SUCCES80R-Here In the M-47, tuccoior to th* timed M-« "Pitton" j tank and the firtt medium tank to be turned mil for Army Ordnance tlnce World War II. It't In ) quantity production at the. Amerlcnn Locomotive plant At Schenettady, N. Y, Tht ntw tank hat' many Improvements over the old Patton. These Include a more lethal and «ff«ctlvt tun, with Increased probability of a first-round hit, a hljher rate of fire, automatic re-aiming after each aliot, I {really enlarged field of vision and lmprov«d s armor. In addition to features listed on photo, tht M-47 I ·* carries two ,90 calibre and one ,30 calibre machine guns and hat a two-way radii *

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