Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 15, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 15, 1952
Page 12
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In Pictures CLARK VISITS KOREA TRUCE NEGOTIATIONS BASE IT - ^ ^ : TV SCHOOL FOR PUBLIC F!G URES, CLARK ARRIVES IN TOKYO, FLIES TO KOREAN FROR Alma Walker .how. Senator Martin what', whal In mattrr of makeup. N. mARK ClAUK (rlclit) l» Rrcoted by chieftains of hl» supreme UN command on visit lo Mun.itin Korea ON truce negotiations bate. From left nre. Vlr.i- Adm. C. Turner Joy, Gen. Matlhcw Hide/way, who t u r n s evcf tfi» luprcme command to Clnrk, and Gen. .Inmcs A. Van Fleet. (Inlcmniimni' Kal[njihniai NO FIRE, BUT METAL FLOATS IN SPACE AND MELTS C:\'. Mi-:; Cl»r.:: i.-.reoml l e f t ) , l.-indin- at nam-to airport, Tnl:yi. to tnlio i.i the Korea area, ir, -recto,! by smilina Ccn. M a t t h e w r.iil-.vay d e l l ) tic ma ^rS," u c7# ,"' * rn r s ' = n orto J ^"- ««·' -- '»'»«· * ^ao ol n- h'; TM , , - "" ' : ' l " xvni ' nov/ tn "' = K o r f - n f r m '- '·-"··= Clark trot hi i0/ IKS romman^f^on Ridgway leaves to take command at SHAPE, Paris. ivor supreme UN cornmrr.d- n he succeeds. At t a r right: ; first look- nt combat tronps (International Rtithwliolot lor n, nr | M Mill n n d commentator ITaltrr Crnnkllc !nol, lo rauirra) put Senator Martin ( l e f t ) thrnii E !, paces before TV camera .SENATOR EDWACD MA«TIN ( R ) , Pennsylvania, Is shown In Washin-lon !«SS^TMSl'SH{9HSvH",r' "". Star Fell on Haiti (f«ts Chair Back r torney General . i v . v . erd r.TcCrath may have IBM h.s sfat, but he hcs regained his ehsii. ETiilinc a« lie leaves the White House, McCraili explains t h a t l h e piece of f u r n i t u r e hp occupied ns a CEbinet ofilcrr n gift nnd ha cnr.jidtred it his private property. t He ssid he'd ur,e it in his WnshinR- . . . - . - . . . P R . l " Y BABl'-C.lthv Ryan, 15 months old. of Stralf'nrrl, t ' n n i i , t l i i n k b Cntliy ih ;i very prellj. baby. The une-sirl self- n d m i i a t i n n sunety heir! her nieetin.; ;it L a G u a i d i a Airport, while w a i t i n g lor a plane to take her lo Ciraiulmolii? 's, i n D.illar. IT'S A TOUGH WORLD, FRANCES-- "ranees Mackcy, ot Cleveland, t\vo-and-one-1ialt years old, fntl: tliRt life can be pretty touph for a little Eirl \v!isn she's under smallpox quarantine. Watching her playmates, left, Franc?.! wisher, the cou!d be out in the spring sunshine. Center, she's happy for a moment as someone calls to her. At right, forlorn and forgotten, she huRS her one true friend, a pink wooly lamb. Frances, daughter of Keith nnd Jane Mackcy, didn't know her mother, ----- ________________ A Big Event NO FUELIN 1 - R. c. an airliner, orcv.itiom manager at Seattle, Wa«h., envelops a dnuhle head.'H'ho. Sbort;ise of Bisolme. due to t h e nalmnv. irtc nil ?tnhe. e.ive him tin- lirst one. ?.e\-en feet c[ tpletyjie ine^nse, c a r r y i n c onlrr from Prlrolciun A r l m i n i s t f a l i o n for Defense restricting use of Hardline, gave him the second one. ARMY'S ONLY QUADS ARE WELCOMED IN JAPAN F LONG STORY Altho,, K h N.ilh \vas horn in 1.11(1. a; ricnred hy the 2fi . f o o i . S a n s k r i t h i l l ! , certiiicale a he iTcer.lly retired from M"1di- O... Drt-oil, Mich -.i ea:-:: o[ i-rrvu-e. IValh ckvireri thinss up by c s u l a i n i n s the. Ka.t I l i f l i n n yrai nf i!)!n i-nni-sponat tn l)-c Kn-Ji.sli IBfii. Ham evi- lons? bo\ i c. Ford a f t e r FIIM STAR Anne Frar.eia hnhbles from airliner In Los Angeles on return from a t i ' i n premiere In Haiti, where she fell from a lior'e dnnnp a pniacle c o m m e m i ' r a t i n ^ .'crceninp ;if "I.ydia Bailey." When the fili'i was In production n year ago Pile sufTcrrd a n o t h e r ruhnp accident nnrt it almost cost ner Her first starring role, llatrrnatlouah THE INN THINKS HE'LL BE !N REGISTERING nwr rs he looks up at towcrim; artcr Rurio.v Rsrr. l i l ' l e Orc-ory AlU-n Trachii-!. of S!:it.-n lslan-1. N.Y.. acropfi the a n i l u n l chip., a n d t w i m o r a w a r d ns t h e " T y p i c . i l L i t t l e G u y . " T h i n k s fJroRiiry: Maybe I ' l l be t h a t in'r, sonic day. f / i ' l r r n n f i o i r l / EVIDENTtT the Brown P.ilare hotel where Gen. Dwight D. Eiscnho-.ver will clay in Denver, Col.. lil-:cs forecasting. (International) G?RL SLAIN BY MARRIED SUITOR ° nly 1 uldru f ll ' 1 ". "'·"· »' Mr. «n1 Mrs Phillip Perricono of tleaumont Tex «r. «.-n 1 " ?; P " 1 £ n "' m '' rpr1 nr " r Tn " y " nv U C "' '""* '"'""I " TM valll. cire The U f t ) »rt Pfr. Donald, Kjjl C»rl. Pfe u, r n l l ,,i ,,,,,, ,. fr A n t h o n y liu«rii ,«',,,, i n , KMP urn. lw u«, wh-1. ,hcy .,, ,,, , 1 " 0 " ' mf ,i h Iron Curt. York lllinn^i \ o i k . Illlnol.. TM hE A M E R I C A N 3CENE-Ncw Smnp , nbove, hnsed on data from Displaeerl ,, Tfn^r* ne u' rly 34 °'° 00 """·'«""'« "drained In this country under tho L?L I! , ? ,"?* " f""^ ± sl of thcm mme from countric, now behind ? S,"'" 0 ' 15 " 1 «'" IM ln w h l c h D p * h n TM mnde their first home, have boon Now rnlB. JTMn«ylv«nl. ^ Wt'conjln. .nrt Mlehlg.n. somo settled in each of lhe 41) «latM, th« Dlstrlol of Columbia, nnd Hawaii. A DETECTIVE takes nnle^ ;K he r|uosllin Kduardo Ch.irrior, !H, nt 3-llh Street nnd 7th Ave., NVw York, where Chan ie?. stabbed lo dram O!r i Kalort, 15, nnd then turned l!ie weapon on himself in a suicide Mtompt. C h n r n r ? , n m n r r i r d p r s t a l rlerli, low pnlice Oh:n had told h i m ;r, ki|l her nnd to k i l l himself rather than p e r m i t nnyUiinc to sopaia'o them. A homicide chartt wot lodsc* nanlnst him.

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