Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 21, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 21, 1952
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ft NCMTMWEST AIKANSAS HMfS. F«y*mvlH», ArkanMt WMlimday, May 21, 1952 . {., »?"' News OH he World In Pictures * FEWEST JET BOMBER GIVES u. s. A-BOMB MASTERY WHAT'S BEHIND A RED'S SMILE- ·- ' . ~ r '- ,-**, CAMERA CATCHES HIT-HELP-AND-RUN DRIVER S -KMMICA'f NIWI5T "global" supcrbomber tho eight-Jet VB-52, expected to give the U. S. superiority ovei I JR»ria for a number of years In ability to deliver atomic bombs nt jet speed from long range, Is shown upper) with eight-wheel tandem landing tear Btlll down. .Smaller wheels are at wmgtlps iwcr) it Is whiffed along at probably faster than 600 mph. The jet bomber has a wlng.spar -YOU WONDER, looking at these two Communist negotiators leaving i truce session nt Panmunjom, Korea, where the big stumbling block Is whether all or only willing prisoners will bo returned to the Reds. At left Is Chinese Gen. Picn Chung-wu, and at right, North Korean ·tin- takeoff ( of 186 feet °lcngth"of ~1M"Soli tall height of 48 fret. Although USAK has not released all details, presum «bly it oould carry 80,0Xrpound» of bombs lind hm fi.oon-mllo range. f / u f c r n u f f u m i f Souiuliilwlus. ,_-, FA|TH HQpE CHAR|TY VVORLD'S OLDEST TRIPLETS , , Col. Chang Chun San, chief Communist liaison officer. A full break in plenary truce sessions occurred over prisoner return just before they 'r'A yi? . tcnt l. . (International Soundplioto) ^YOU'RE S U R P R I S E D 7 - .VlLou'rc riot hnlr as surprised as ...were the citizens of Frankfurt. v--Germany, when Pfc. Kenneth D. ., left, of Ilhacn, N. Y., and I . Pic. Oils V. Thompson, of ^tlltj- wMer, Okld, whwlod-'-tBnww the streets on their unieyrlcn. Beside "aving on tho price of tires, the soldiers have both hands free far saluting. " HONORS UNKNOWN SOLDIER CONFU8INot"JOY"~Afvls- Itor to the current exhibition at the Muieum lo Modern Art in Paris IB . a . little bit confuied (about the statue she's studying, j |"Joic dc ;.Vivrc,"j by/Jncqucsi ILipchltz, 'doesn't 'seem* to i look I 'particularly joyous, not Son it/ · stem lifelike, f · THESE DRAMATIC PHOTOS taken by New York Daily Mirror photographer Bill Stahl show a hit-and-run accident on New York's Park avenue at 72nd street. David Lewis, 59, victim, sits in street (upper) after being struck by auto at right. Driver gets out to help. Driver starts to help Lewis get up (lower) as taxi driver Irving Adlcr runs toward them. A moment later the motorist got back into his late model Lincoln, which bore Florida license plates, and drove a'.vay. Another man and a woman were in the car. Lewis was taken to a hospital in critical condition and police sunt out alarm for motorist. {International) ike in Norway 64.YEAR-OLD TRIPLETS, believed world's oldest, take their first carousel ride In 75 years,' at Palisades Park,; N. J., where they went lo ntlnul a May JO Irlplcls convention. They arc known as Faith. Hope and Char-[ Hy. From left: Mrs. Nora (Charily) Murphy, Mrs. Nellie (Hope) Daniels, Mrs. Annie (Faith) McDonnell.i The octogenarians live at Marlbnrn. Mass. (International Soundplioto); GENERAL of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower tell3 it-purlers in Oslo, Norway, thnt "reasonable cuts" in the U.S. $7,900,000,000 foreign aid budget would not be fatal to Western Europe's defense. Eisenhower, who is on a farewell tour of the North Atlantic treaty nations, conferred with Scandinavian NATO officials on the Issue of basing American planes in Norway and Denmark. (International) COMMANDS SUBS - R e a r Adm. George C. Crawford, above, - will assume command of the Atlantic Fleet Submarine Force. Crawford, twice decorated for World War II service, succeeds Hear Adm. Stuart S. Murray, who becomes Commandant, 14th Kavnl District and Commander of Naval Rase at Pear] Harbor. FULL SAIU--Fred Lorenzen of the Greenwich, Conn., Indian Harbor Yacht Club rode with his family behind a full spinnaker nearing the finish line during Bermuda's International Race Week. The Lorcnzens finished third in a series of team ; races between Bermuda and American skippers. (NEA) ITAFT SAYS HE'D APPOINT A WOMAN Warns of 'Chaos' 24 SCHOOLGIRLS INJURED AS TRAIN RAMS BUS F USTRIAN CHANCELLOR Leopold Flgl places a wreath nt lomo of the known Soldier In Arlington National cemetery, Washington. The 40- iV-old statesman Is In U. 8. to «eek financial al.l. (Intcraattonal) APPARENTLY THAT BIG SMIU on face ot Republics presidential candi- 1 date Senator Koiicrt A. Tail is for applause from women supporters over his declaration that he would appoint a woman to the U. S. ' Supreme Court If ho thought her qualified. Ho said some women JuilF.cs would uc "" Improvement over some present justices. The scene Is a press conference In Washington. Beside Taft is Mrs. Preston Davie, New York, assistant treasurer of the Taft committee and director of women's finance division for Taft campaign. (International; A NtW YORK-TO-NEW ORLEANS STREAMLINER (left) struck a school bus (right) INDUSTRIAL "CHAOS" may result gradc cross j ng ncar Atlanta, Ga., injuring 24 girl students and the driver. Scvi if the Wage Stabilization board Is yitical condition. The train was traveling at 25 miles an hour, or many might havi stripped of its power to handle labor disputes, WSB Chairman Nathan Felnsingcr tells the Housn labor committee in Washington. "Already there are signs," Feln- singcr said, "of serious unrest resulting from uncertainty as to whether or not the . . . jurisdiction will continue." (International/ carrying 33 persons at m ·eral of the nirls were in r e been killed., police said. CHILDREN IN; CAR; MOTHER HALTED AT?BRIDGE RAIL "I* OF A NOTE -- John N. , of Chicago, put up a bif wtat to him tftmt »n Illmllon. Elrvuted swvice to hi* iiihurhim ofttood hiiR Ixr-n *ufipcn4- 2 mf »nd he resenli having to · .10-yenr commute! '« One lult hM Iwcn fllrd to IM-CC u-optnln* ef VN line. SOT. GENERAL - SRI. l/c Cll K. Ilnlght, ot Denver, Colo., now a military police platoon commander In Frankfurt, Germany, recalls days when h« wore uniform ot n briRadier- (rneral in the Knshnilriimjrmy, in 1848 (luril)R Knuhmir's war for Indopenclence. llnluhl, vlio served In the U. S. Army from 1043 to 19(1, returned to (he U. S. ami ie-enlitfd In thn Army when nitviMd J(fc vyould tiiM Ilia cltlttnililp II M continued fljhllni for » foreign power. THWARTING WHAT IS IILIIVID to IK- tin attempted milolde, flan Fran- elfteo Cioldoti Gato brldfio towman Hflrry Wolford grftha 21-year.old Mrn, Hay Allen Coza ( l e f l ) jlict an Kho reaches tho rnlllng, apparently to leap Into space. Her two ehlldren (arrow), Jesn Ellen, 2ii, and dull Home, 4 months, watch from family c*r. WolforU hold* Mrs, Gozn away from rail (right), awalUmj police. , {Intcf-.aHonal Soumij?iofo»^ ALL "SHARKED UP" FOR A WALK-Floyd Mm^t\vn at Marlnelantl, In St. Augurta, Flu., goes for * "tlroll" with a 10-foot shirk. It was a duty promenade, not * plMsure.t Exhturted by Its stmgilci to etcarx capture, the shark had to b* k«pt Ui motlo .telotct.wttu.lhrouiti iu mu btftpLJj*" P'»« 'fj'jg'f** »n'

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