Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 24, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 24, 1952
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UOPTHWfST ARKANSAS TIMES. Foycttovilk. AHwms*. Saturday, May 24, 1952 News OH he World In Pictures _., j flR CRASH SURVIVORS IED ASHORE KOJE ROWS DRILL WITH SPIKED POLES, GUARDS PUT UP BARBED WIRE Appetite: Good 1 · " " ____^^__^,i^.^.^.^.,.^.^. -- , · ·· , j Die-hard Cuinmunlsln lino up with spiked tent pole» Inside their compound on Kojc Island. C. S. 2nd (Indlunhcad) division troops string a third barbed wire. WHIIE A NEW prisoner riot WHO breaking out at Puson, on Komi's mainland, task of restoring order went ofc at Kojo island TOW compounds, where die-hard Como^uninta drilled defiantly with spiked tent poles and POW doctors refused to co-operate in hospital duties. American infantrymen strung more barbed wire around the enclosures and Brig. Gen. Haydon Boatner, new commandant, laid ! dowr. a policy of firmness backed by flame-throwing tanks I and airborne infantry reinforcements. (International) I T'-tUHVIVORJ OF THC MID-AIR plane crash of a B-2D and a U. S. Marine "·forps lighter are led down gangplank of the cruiser Toledo at Losj ·« Angeles following their rescue off the California const. Lending them *"' to LL Comdr. D. W. Robinson, tho Toledo's chief medlSnl officer. Stir- ·*'· vlvors (heads from left) In hospital robes arc Airman Ciork H. Boesun, "·-Lt, Emmctt E. Mutcrspaw. Jr., S/Sgt. Lawrence L. McLaughlln, Air:: '-'man Gene B. Don, Airman William L. McDonald. At leant seven others '"··aro believed dead. (International Sounctnltnto] HARRIMAN OPENS PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OFFICE TOOK MATH PROBLEM TO EINSTEIN W. AVEREIL HARRIMAN cuts ribbon opening his Democratic presidential campaign headquarters In a New York hotel. With him nrc his wife nntl daughter Mary, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. (right), a chief Harriman supporter, and New York State Democratic Chairman Paul E, FitzpatricK .(left), (International} WHEN JOHANNA MANKIEWICZ, 15, of Hollywood, Calif., couldn't solve a troublesome geometry problem, she wrote to Dr. Albert Einstein at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, N.J. Here, she copies on i blackboard the sketch which Dr. Einstein sent her. He did not give Johanna the exact answer, but he diagrammed two circles and tangents and suggested the proper equation. (International Exclusive) ^V ROCKET PRACTICE--North American F-BO Sabre Jot tests its * i *\ t 'five-inch rockets on the gunnery ranue near Ncllis Air Force llasc. ;,'.· .Kcvadn.. Carried In clusters under cacti winp, tho rockets can bo VT. fired singly or in sulvos. Kockcts like thcyr* are in use in Knrcn. [ T H I R D DIVISION "FAMILY" -- Pfc. John w. Copland, ot JDurango, Colo., raises three flngers in snllltc to crest ot the 3rd f Infantry Division, to sisnify that he's upholding his family's '; tradition of service to the ouldt. His father served with Ihe '.division In France in World War I, his brother served in World War '.11. andjjohn. who is in Knu-a, joined the division in October. 11)51. 1 WASP"SKIPPER DIAGRAMS TRAGEDY WALTER M. ROYAL Jr., of the Housing nnd Home Finance Agency, testifies in Washington before the Senate Elections subcommittee reviewing charRcs against Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (H.-Wis.). Roynl said that about a persons on the federal payroll helped prepare the housing article the Wisconsin Senator sold to the now-defunct Lustron Corp., for $10,000 in 19-J8. " "deM M w S M ON p 0 p th \ CI ° Un " Cd stcc ' wo Acr S convention In dolphin, Walter P. Reuthcr (left), president of the CIO United : U. S. AMBASSADOR George F. Herman (right) i: shown In Moscow ta . he presented his credentials to Nikolai Shvernik (left), president of the I presidium of the Soviet parliament. (International RadiopltotoJ ALLIED TRUCKS JAM UP BEHIND SOVIET CHECKPOINT HUNT FOR COPPER IS UNDERWAY iMWItAIMt MM tftnMONT with · 4l«fr*m, Birmh.m C Mc-j .GMTr**, iklpp*r of tlw c«rrl*r W«np, which «lruck tin destroyer-] ifACIO WITH A CUT of 40 per cent Jn copr supply bucmiiit chief sup- ;»MM«il|ili Hotoon and s«nt her to thr bottom of the AlUntlo with; I.IIT C'hlle, which nnrn\Mly luppllcs 80 p*r cent, wsnts to r«l«o It* :l«M ot in tint, \* thnrm ippurthf btfon tht V. 8. N«vy bMrd ot prlro. Pio U, a. Is sponnorlng ft copper hunt In M places In 11 itMci llniutrj MM U» trifniy. Th« botrt li «iUlng it Ittyonnn, N. J., N«vy (i)|, c i) nnd Alnnkii. Numliors Incllcnto more lh»n ono rilfuKlng In four . DU|T«n shows upproalmsl* poslllon at tin W««p snd llolnon. | tl«le«. Under a 1(191 BRrccmcnt Chile's coppfr prim Is 97!i cents a *elo;| [ rxjund, but South Amerlcai^natlon wanU to boost this to 33H^ oents.^ THIi tCINf from the wnr ot nerves between Soviet and allied authoritlsa In Cformany shows West Ger-' many-bound allied freight tnicks halted at a Berlin checkpoint on the ISO-mils lifeline between Berlin | and Helmstedt. The tnicks had been cleared through a U. 8. checkpoint and wen halted at this Soviet | checkpoint. Borne had to wait 13 hours without apparent reason btfora going on. ALMOST EVERY day 2-year-old Carolyn Norton goes to grandma'! house in Washington to feed th« baby robin hatched in a nest Its mother built on grandma's bedroom window sill. (International) Donates An Eye SOMEONE suffering from corneal blindness may be able to see again J j thanks to a gift from Mrs. Alice '·'! Crompton, of Lynn, Mass. Follow- jij ing an illness, Mrs. Crompton lost I the sight of her left eye, shown covered by patch. Informed that the cornea could be transplanted to some sightless man, woman or child, she asked that the eye b« removed and given to some wor- t thy person. (International) ' Life and Death A » M r ^ p u RE UTHER PLEDGES SUPPORT TO USW P^SENTS CREDENTIALS IN MOSCOW At McCarthy Probe . ;___.,, : .,._ .,._,. . -_ THE NEWBORN join the long dead .. in Calvary Cemetery, Queens, ii N.Y., as baby robins lift their tiny J bills from a nest built in the lap of | a stone angel, who seems to b* U keeping watch over them. The H fledglings have attracted consid- '! erable attention from visitors t « , i burial grounds.. \ BRITAIN'^ "A ' OrllEF--Ap.- [Parcntly overjoyed .wlthlhliinew a»9l»nment is Dr^W. C.'Panrwy,' 43, who-has been nsmidiloiUkt chtrie ot Mrltsln's first ^Ust of ·n atomic device. Test wllMakt place on Monte Bello lilandi, oft the coast of Australia, ,whwc aa atomic test station ta btlnf ait up.

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