Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 1, 1952 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
May 1, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Publication:
Location:
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 1, 1952
Page:
Page 12
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 12 article text (OCR)

" j ; j/, i'a/ 1, News O/ 7/ie Wor/d /n Pictures A ,, RMflBT BUT NOT SWEET--United 'Natlone truce delegation, headed by Maj.-Gen. .William K. «arri«on left entert a conference tent »t Panmunjom. ltd. (or a talk with Red nagoiialors. Fifteen *altonds »nd very fc* words later, the delegation leaves the tent, afier one of the shortest "con- T" ver«ation«" on proposed truce details yet to occur. . _ * SPRING -CdMES TO KOREA-Flowers, Email '-and pale against a Korean hillside, evoke for 26-year-old Canadian infantryman Pare Andre poignant memories of happier springtimes spent fn Pfcnireal, ' Q'icbec, his home town.. ' . ' HI8 VOTE'S AFLOAT-UlyisM S. Morion, S2, will vote this fMiYdWriiui.lhe 1 fact th«t h« h«« * floating artdrfsn. Once or twice, . Morton i-«,vf, h« hit b«n unable to vote because the itate of Ohio his contended thnt his flouting home, near Cincinnati, Is on the Ohio, River, and tbererpr«.l» on Kentucky.properly, Howsver.-.ihc.count?;·.; .pTMeculorit Clr,c!nn»li hat. dellvcrrd nri opinion that Morton ii nitltlec! "Jo rei'itler and vole In -Ohio, :··','· ·''·'· MAXIMUM---Chester Maxsori, right, standi proudly beside. Over With Gable his record 48714-pound blue ! marlin token oft Andros Island . J i n the Bahamas after a 52-. -- i minute struggle. It tops the ' former record for 50-pound 1 test-oMine class by 87 lj : pounds. Bud Fairbank, a lol- ', low fisherman, witnessed the . battle. (NBA) BIG DAY DAWNS. BIG DOG YAWNS-- Much to the chagrin of his Pekingese pal, Marc Anthony, a 17-month-old St. Bernard, was ! utterly unimpressed with graduation ceremonies at New York's Flag j.. Dog School. Could be that final exam study still has Marc down / in' the mouih. .. · PALSY POSTER CHILDREN PAY CALL HER. CLOCK'S A - H E A D How to avoid being, confused by.. DayliRht^Saving Time is demonstrated .by shapely New Yorker -Colleen'Powc-11 who believes .'in facing . the issue squarely. , As anyone can see, you gain an ex. trs hour of daylight (and a lot of attention) if your clock's 1 a-hcad. He's in the Race iCALINC HEIGHTS -- Steve UMauro weighs in at Jamaica before mounting .and. adding to his phenomenal record. The 10-year-old Camden. N. J., apprentice opened.with a hang at the meeting, matching the efforts of such veteran rcinsmen ss Eddie Arcaro. (NBA) / AIDED by her attorney; Jerry Gfes- ler, Lady Sylvia Ashley, hobbled Into court In Santa Monica,'Cal., to receive a divorce from Clark Gable, v-:ho told her, she said. "I am just not happy being a married man." Recovery of his unmarried status win.cost him 10 per cent of his earnings for the first year,, seven per cent .for the ne"xt.four. ; Lady Sylvia's 'foot' was Injured in* an auto accident. (International}] STANLEY ANDREWS, shown In his Washington office, has been nominated by President Truman to be administrator of the "Point Four" p r o ' g r a m . succeeding the late Henry G. Bennett, who was killed in a plane crash in Iran several months "ago. He has been acting head of Technical Co-operation administration, which administers "Point~Vour." (International J MRS. BJSS tRUMAN receives .United Cerebral Palsy's poster children at (he White 'House as t-prelude to the organization's annual fund-raising campaign, which runs through Hay. Children are (from left) Peter MaeAlastcr. 6. West Newton. Mass.; Vivian tTincipe, 5, Bloomfield. N. J.; John Rose, 8, New York. Ajithony Rose,.father of John, i s a t r i g h t . . _ · _ . . . . . : (International Saundpliotof T WAIT A MINUTE, "MISTER 'MINIATURE MOfORINCr-Aifrbd Heists, 38, believes-he's built; In* smallest gMOllne-powered cur In Berlin, Germany. Seen working. . on the half-pint sized vehicle, Helsis says that it will do 3.1 miles «n..hour, and trtvel'TO miles on one .gallon of-gar. The' t\vo-j pueenger midget cur is 28 Inches high, and weighs 420 pounds..STALLED BY FLOOD · COT THEIR COAT--It's charcoal-broiled goat for CpL George D. Ilarl, left, of Cedar Rapids, la., and Cpl. Thomas L. Turpin, of Ft. Worth, Tex., as they cook supper during their training as U,S. 'Hangers at Ft. Benning, Ga. Only food available was a small gost let loose in the woods by instructors. Harl and Turpin had to. capture, kill and eat the ariimal or go hungry...,- -· Desert Song-Sour Atom Shells 'Safe' Talked Out of It MO, NO, NOT IHATI apparently Is the Idea ncrc as 4-ycar-,old Dace Llclaus, Latvian refugee en foule to Pasadena. Cal.'i restrains chess player RonnM Rigglns, special services man aboard.the U. S. Navy transport General Taylor, as it docks In New York from Bremerhaven with 303 Immisrants aboard. (International Smiadplioto) 5T; PAUL, WHERE 30 WERE KILLED /A WITH A MO IM»I. W. Averoll Hirrlmtn. wetlthy'luppnrter of Uw New toil and fulr Dell ml- mlnlttratlnni tor two dectdri, an- MHineti hlmMlf «n "actlvt c«ndi- 4itt" for Dtmoenitle prtilritntltl nooilMtlWl. Tin M'yMr-old Mu. tuai Itturlty. chitf I* ihowti In WuhinftM. JOSIPH SACCOMANO, Identified a.i · U. S. Air Force veteran, perches near lop of 55-foot atccplt of Cliurcn of i.»dy of Mmmt Carmol In New York, where he »M for more than an hour while pullet ·nd clergy talked to Mm to keep him from jumping. Then police removed him and took him ta rorilhum hwplt«l for observation. H« w«» rtleaceil in ciiitndy of . hli mother, 3D U. i.'NAVT »«m«n art d«»d «i reaiilt of'nn explonlon (hoard th« hrnvy cnilncr St, Paul, ·liown fltlnj nlvoo nt Songjln harbor along Knren'a runt mart. It was the Navy'a worst clUniter of tha Korean war, but lh« S(. Caul kept up her harragi at ,ih« t'lmt an-l was hack !· acyo* · r«w d«xt later, I lj}t»!!*tr»S?l *ffPiftot THINOS ARE POPflNO.In the little sultanate ot Lahcj (underlined) in the British protectorate of Aden, wjth British troopa' reported occupying the area to restore order. Sultan Fadhl Abdul Karim, who nan 42 wive*, fled . to idjolnlng Yemen during an inquiry Into deaths of two of hla cousins,..believed murdered after being lured back from banishment. Further heat on him wai a palace mutiny which occurred when the aultan took u brldcl lOme of the flanceei of hla guard, canting CO young gun to M'amuggled out of th e»cape tha "honor" of Mra. Sultan*. :·* OIN. JOHN I. MUll, Army vie* i chief of itaffi tclla reporter! m Iwaihlngton that maneuvtre in ' Nevada prove atomic artillery ahclli can be used on the battle- fltltl with almost aMoliil* nafety ,to ftlentll,- iroopa.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page