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May 3, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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THM, pr; ,-·*!» Ot 7he World In Pictures ^?sfe©j;'vs;vSf^SSKK^"j*?l 3iT*:^ : 'a:.;.:^;^v-'$^ '·'·' "·-':"' .,. ,..,.,..,,,,. . . J ,8IX MEN.W4 A TUB--7«pane«e Olympic swimmers crowd into the ·-*·" ; if*TM*.*"" Jn Tokyo to relax their muicl«« after an arduou« workout -rtw. ,in preparation for the upcoming Summer events In Finland. Shiro .-si. .?jHfahl«uine, third from : right, and Hironothin P'irruhasW, right, arc i y :\ ··':?.'··'·. "-·' ' ' Jcoan'i long-distance itari. (NBA) .. LIKES IKE Vb-Sr-i ^1,.«KS- IDA? K9 IMHI telji how Senator Henry Cabot Lodgt, Jr., (ttli about "Otn«ral Hientiowtr winning 2B or Maa»achu»etta' 38 Republican coii- WnUon ottefatra in the atatt'i .primary,- with Senator f«ft-. gettlni: .MUJI lhr« Six art unpledged, Lodge, Elienhower campaign chleftpln. )i akown In Beaton In front o« a imlllng Ikt poatrr. |-;»fBniflf(oiia!' TINY TAXI--A model lends a decorative touch to the otherwise · 1 '. .;U oflera lower fares, good speid, and, gas-saving mileage. It's Korea for Peninsula Conqueror Clark ' Tivt~a**f between move · and'-' WOKLD WAR fl IN IUROPE BEEN ON THE JOB 70 YEARS · ^_ . . , - , Jwa daya to arrantc.ccaag-fire. Sun William meets sister I'atrleb. Mrs. Cfark, Gen. Clark in New York on fflin- fty return from South America in 11)49. fSeA* «e«. Clark (front left) jeeps through Rome nftor hlii U. 8. 5th Army captured. tl« city in 1»44. FMr .lire June It, 1*51 to-? PACE OF PEACE-MAKINO- N e w s c h o r l above compares '· . Ko.rean ,;trucq ,t9lka with those i v that br6ughf, World 'Wars I and ill to R close. Though hops! · :ifllokeri -lor successful conclu- 1 tslon of'the'Panmurijon tnlks;i tthcy have already cstablithed a · longevity record, Cm. Clark in "work elolhes." '.. Octi. Elwnhower pins Mvnnd Oak l.enf ('Ins Irr on Cien. Clark In Washington in I!)47. WAR ON A MNINSUIA wjll be no new thing for Gen. Mark Wayne Clark, 56, when he gets to Korea as Hupreme' commander of UN forces. - Clark commanded the U. S. 5th Army in Its bloody drive (Anzio. £alerno,:the Rapldo river, Cassino) up the Italian peninsula in World War II, a campaign cheered .ami criticized. A West Point graduate (1917), son of an an Army, colonel', father of on Army officer, ho replica Cicn. Matthew Rldgway, who in turn replaces Gen. Dwight Eisenhower in SHAPE, (/iilcvnalionaj.! CANCER CANVASS GETS UNDERWAY LAST MOMENTS OF LIFE-Starting his suicide leap, Merle Bibbs, 38, left,-seems to soar from 130-foot tower at National'Starch !. Company in Indianapolis. -At right, Bibbs, the father of four ehil- ; eiren, is seen at the halfway mark of his falal plunge. Three hours ! of pleading by police went unheeded by Bibbs. Indianapolis Times photographer John Spicklire snapped those dramatic pictures. VIETMINH REBEL IS BROUGHT IN : ·· !In L T 9 R ?, S SEA MUSCLE-Thc Bishop of Lcchorn, Italy, \ ; . n 1 Wcsslngi on] u, e central keel piece of the Indomlto 3 ' ·· «M^rf l ,F°y v ?- r U1 " dc£t TM«- O"" of two "tin cans" ·J ..eroered by the Italian navy, the Indomiio will displace 2700 tons, j · ·"·' bn»st up-to-datn armament and radar couipment. ! AIR FORCE USING NEWARK AIRPORT R J., tt (pin in tu»-by tht U. a, Al Mmra-flflw MM ctoatd atom r»b. 11 ai * reiul p*atn ct»i*a., Pll*Vim plant n MRS. TRUMAN receives leaflet ·Take lip the Sword Against Cancer"! ·from Mrs. LIndsey P. Rawley, co-chalrnmn of the residential division of cancer fund drive, as canvass opens in Washington, 1 (fnt OIL WORKER STRIKE CHOKES GAS ftrtiniWIO, » V/ttminh ttb»l catturMl In a com flfld In on, , tha Hung Yen triangle In Ihilo-Chln* la brought In by a French eer- 1 porai, CU«up got unutiway In tha »i»a March 10, '· · -· -- 1CKHI MARCH before Sinclair refinery,in Chicago In more-pay itrlka i( 100,000 membera of 21 CIO, AFt and Independent otl Indiiilty . uMoni which could dry up, filling tlatloni, Intc'nallomM Sotnilfiho ··"- · --*· .-- '.".^.- A. , *· *^ *»- · ^fa "if/" ·· · ·· · ' ' ' ' ' ." JOHN O'CONNOR, 85, still on the Job after 70 yeara with the North, western railroad, waves his lantern at Harvey, 111., to demonstrate part- of his work as station agent. (International] ' * GRIM SALUTE FROM THE PAST-Uniformed member of the " "FDJ," East.Germany's commurjist youth organization, gives the 1 old Nazi salute to East Germany's president, Wilhelrn Pieck. 'A , i grim reminder of the past, the incident occurred during a youth '\\ * festival in Soviet sector of ^erliri,./ 7 j : j A KEY REALLY MEANS SOMETWNG " SOMETHING A BIT more meaningful, perhaps, than'the passing back and forth of official papers takes place here as Japanese Charge D'Af- ,t faires Ryuji Takeuchi (left) receives .master .key to the Japanese em-J' , bassy in Washington from Edward E. Hunt, chief of tho U. S. State ' : department's Division of Protective Services, in ceremony opening the'[,i embassy for Bioi time since 1941. , - .....x- (International)^ RID NO HIS HOBBY - Peter Dovis, 4, of London, England,! would rather toy with chessmen than play with toys. Th« pmo-' . tlous child could sing at the age of one, draw at two, write when p,« vaa three, and now It able to IIM the typewriter ·*- -·--- ·«·-' piano and ha comp.o««d one piece at music. H* It aolvlnfjBitheinatlcal problem, mtntalb

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