Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 8, 1952 · Page 14
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 8, 1952
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miTACK IN SHADOW Of MUSHROOM SHE'S HOLYOKE'S MAY QUEEN InPictutes Heroic Corporal ====== * MOTHER OF THE YEAR AND THREE DAUGHTERS VOTED MOST lEAUTIFUl and graceful member of'senlor class by student! body of Mount Holyoke .college at South Hadley, Mass., Elisabeth Und. . berg, East Greenwich, ft I., posea for camera before May day fcstivl-' t Ilia May 1. She I. secretary of her clans. (International) 'NEVADA ATOMTC~BTAlOUBBLE THE ROSTER of the nation', top-, ranking heroes has been joined by Cp!. Jerry-K. Crump, 19, of Charlotte, N.C. Th. Defense Department announced that Crump cli- mated a series of heroic-exploits is_ Korea by smothering an ex- ploiinj enemy grenada with his . body tc save his nearby comrades. He miraculously survived and will be awarded the Medal of Honor at a later date. . : (/nterMlionaij: Hunted by Police THJ 1 O» 1,110 entrenched 0. B. Marine, who received a Mverrlolt .-tut. M aBJuriM leap from their foxhol. to charge th. "objective" ec- ,«M i'»f»tr tit atomic .rxplodon burst, barely 2,000 f»et abev. tueea lf» ;»·*« during nuelw Maneuver.. Th. bomb wu axplodtd laa. ·Mai four mli«. from two picked combat battalion, from Camp OH,, and Camp Ujtww. K. U A KING AND NEW PARTNER THIS TWISTED WRECKAOI Is all lhat.remains of a radar van and a trailer following th« latest atomic blast at'th. Yucca proving grounds In th. N.vida desert. Thll equipment was hoar the center of the blast area and wa* reduced ta this rubble. More than 2,000 Marines moved Into th« area «h«Hy a£t«r the blast, and:had a close-up look at the damagedone to equipment (Marine Corps Plioto from Intcrrmllonn!) WBINTED"AS iKE'S r NAMED AMERICAN MOTHER Of THE YEAR by the American mothers committee of the Golden Rul. foundation, Mrs. Toy Len Goon, 67-year-old widow, ia shown with three daughter. In Portland M« whera L .she operate! a laundry. Daughter, (from left) ar. Josephine, Doris and Janet. Mrs. Goon alto ha. flv.i .^on.. She U a nativ. of Canton, China, and came to th. U. S. 30 yearaago. (International Souniptoio): 'Mother for 1952' CONFESSES BANK ROBBERY PUBLICLY ^SOUGHT for questioning In connec- Ition with tho theft of several re- (volvcr. from » Brooklyn pier 'shortly before the slaying or i Arnold Schuster, 24, on March 8, ! John Mnzclotta (above), 36,-Is the , object of «Ji. International, search. Police believe he w»« the last per- : son to havo possession of the re, covered revolver used In the killing of Schuster, who "fingered" Willie Button. . (Intenmtional) . CHINA-1ORN Mrs. Toy Len Goon; of Portland, Me., has been selected "Amerlctn Mother of 1*5J" by th« national jury of the American Mother. Committee of the Golden Rule Foundation. Mrs. Len Goon, 97, came to the U.S. 30 years ago and 1. the mother of eight children. (International Exclusive) COME -OUTA" THERE! ·ANMEAOIR XAVIER CUOAT, 62, and bride, Ahlw Lane, 20, cut wed- alla«|e»k« altar ceremony ln_Miainl Bcacli, Fla., hotel. (International) Dor ,' Gtl i; MatUww KldRwny, sho\vn with his wife and 4-ycar- "nl y °' '"""^ *"* """ P"""*" 1 to t "° "-»««» r " "' * ucce " or to Gen. Dwlght D. Elsenhower as "' NAT ° " rCM in Eut0 ^ According to the n "" "'"' by J ' rcsid «"t Truman aUer the conn u n a m . , «" ruman a e r decided on an American general. f/nfcr - IMAROONED- M SAU UKE C.TY ^^ ^ ^^HiiDRtN I'THIS IS THE DRAMATIC SCENE In Seward Avenue Baptist church, TopeJta, Kan., as Albert Johnson, 23-year-old father, publicly confesaea! his part In the $836 holdup ot the Hoyt, Kan., State bank In 1948.' Seated Is Al Conn, Kansas City, director of the Sunday school radio program, who put the confession on the air. Johnson is free on K.OOol bond. Hearing la acheduled May 12. Kansas' statute of limitations,] I which require, criminal prosecution to start within two year, of thef crime, may save him. Johnson confessed to "warn' the young to avoid luie fate that befell me," he said. _ (International Soun/iplHto^ BIG WING TANKS INCREASE RANGE .AR6EST FUEt TANKS of their type are ahown suspended under wing* of th« Boeing B47B Stratojet, to give the "warld 1 . fastest borabeP .considerably greater range. The tanks, mounted between GE J.47-23J I Jet engines which develop 5,800 pounds thrust each, are painted blicit '^i=?' te . '° r bett " (ac " tl8cat ""' I" drop testa. Engine., of earlier) .B-47Jltratojet developed 600 pound* less thrust rinfrrnofioMM FRENCH AND VIETNAM SOLDIERS flush a Vletmlnh rebel out of a concealed dugout in a field during mopup operations In the Tonkin delta, Inda-Clilna, where French used artillery, parachute troops and aircraft :ln liberating a largo area from the Red-supplied rebels. (International/. NOW SEE HERE, MR. OLDS-- · : I5*t!^l!L M ' rclt .f w ! n "' " "«"»"»' City, C.llf., pom wit), c ' rrl " 1mlff(lm * M * '** ·« «· «v« mcnth» of of lht MM I^UIHt (or .mpkuM, Wnma ROM, pr*aW«At at tka Xawrt. an r«hratlrm of Women MarMMiMa, DM mr toy wit* Ifviat S. H.I., .dKairman ot United HtatM 8MI corporation, at annual .lock- 'iMttMtf la Hobokwi, N. J. (.'iiUfiiali.ii ' PRINCELY SQUARE DANCE-Prince Takahlto Mlkaia, yAu«c- .11 brother «f lh» Kmpcror of Japan, le.rni a new ;amr* tlanc* ,**V hap Pfc, Nick. fl. NBiurtt*, of Frfino, Calit, durint a JapaMH-Amirltan dantt at a Yokeh»m. mmllon e«nf«f. Th« prloct, who in rated by O.l/i at-«a v.ry (nod dancer," kai tat Mi Hojlmt, ot YAohimi, . - i

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