Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 29, 1952 · Page 10
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May 29, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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^.V-'Hi:" THE P E K I N B A N N E R "| WE HEED CASH W« M*ed II Now-- This week! Thj TM Him Ay AJUf M«««e Rea4 Eyery W.rd w TW» Mmage NewsWlhTWorhTln Pictm es THE POOR FISH WAS GULLIBLE IT CHASED AWAY A BURGLAR j h .X I S-O.S. BRINGS FINANCIAL "LIFELINE"-Vlclor Green, publisher of the Pckii, III "nTM- .^..rf i I W ' fe C T l f n m e "' l h e mol "' y w h i c h ""' Hooded Into his office in response to 'S O S " printed in his paper (Inset). Green found that a recent change in interpretation of tax laws'caused ·lliffl-'n.swq $0000 in. tack. I HELLO, HOME Hello, U. S. A. WIILIAM B. FRANK, 70. holds Mister Potter, a parrot which l,a« been In ma fi,m.:y 00 years but never u-as so welcome before. A burglar aneaked I n t o the Frank home In Pasadena, Cal., but took off loottes and In a h u r r y when M.ster Potter yelled, "Help, pappy, help'" then »naUea_noiMjjk^n^comanJjvhlstle. llnlnnatinual SoimdpholnJ GETS FIRE HELMET AS GOODBY GIFT SINGER Johnny Ray, 25, and Mart- ·' lyn Morrison, 22, the crying · crooners No. 1 Ian, smile as'they ' obtain marriage license at New York City's Municipal Building. Heads TV Probe SPLIT SECOND camera action catches . Hungry seagull at moment of snaring . fish near quay at Looe, Cornwall, England. (International!! ii OLAD .Menu, under tn l i t , -"nisidr umbrella from Europe, apparently, la the Honorable Perle' · to Luxembourg, as «he waves a cheery greeting from a.3 liner America docks In New York. (International! NAOMI ESTES CANNONS, 4-year- old daughter of a World War II veteran and hl.i English war brlda (shown), nays hello lo the U. S. on iirrlvni from England for treat- men! by tho National Foundation for I n f a n t i l e Paralysis. Naomi's father, from Los Angeles, was killed In an n u t o accident shortly before she \vns born. Mrs. Cannons hopes to get a Job In I .us Angolca and live there. (International; PAINLESS DRILL, IT SAYS HERE I REP. OREN HARRIS (D), Arkansas, ; · heads a seven-member House coin- j mittee named In Washington to] ·conduct an investigation of radio) France, during, g o d v cereror, TH right, and a "ad o anno U nTMr wa'lcl is within boundaries Tthe to, vn nf 2 inn .ines 01 me loun of 2.400. " ' com- a TM ' s to THE CURE F A I L E D - U o h b y Spain, two, of WcslRate-oii-£;a, England, look his first pud at the use of one. Daddy thought it would cure him of wanting to smnke, hiu Bohhy's Mill pulling a w n y . He likes to smoke, and his parent? can't object. It .seems to have improved Ins appetite. 13, SPENDS DAD'S $200 'FOR WAR' FAMILY ADMITTED TO HIGH COURT JPIIWM HtlT riMI in hlatory of the U. S. Supreme Court · fattier and Ml Mar aWM art admitted on the mme day lo practice before th«)«urt I M*«»i r»f1«Urln» In Waahuifton u the Irwm family of Dullai, Trx.' TRAFFIC EXECUTIVE -High «bove :nc ir,nu-. Ihh polireman In Hmmvrr, Rrimmiy. silj ^n »ir-eoo]ed rnmfort (note eler. Inc f » n ) , nnrt tlirecls tevrr.il auio and pnlMlrlnn crosslnuj bv re- mole control. A loud upcukfr r ' g h t ) in Uuvcncienllc ^ m '" eC ' "' ^''^"^ (Sccon " "",?" ""fTM 1 " TM ""^ l ° SUPr TM e """quarters !| n'"" c '»^' 3 . °r P'a« improper |-;N/mmdo)ia/SoumJn;io(o;.'iTMP ll£l;;lsoncnml! - I International) I SCOUTDOM'S AWARD-Tht. Silver Buffalo Award, made annually by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America for noteworthy service to boyhood, : this year goes to: Julius Ochs Adler, New York; Doy Chapman ' Andrews, New York; Frank Lea- ! royd Boydcn, Deerficld, Mass.;! Harmar D. Denny, Pittsburgh ; P.I.; Gale Johnston, St. Louis! Mo.; Carlos P. Komulo, ambassador to U. S. from (he Philip, pyics, and Louis John Taber, Columbus, O. for both. ° ' LOWLY SPUD ASSUMES INFLATIONARY PROPORTIONS flJWmiltftOMYTHfi'fja'L:!' }(n RfeTK ·**«« r»f1«Urln» In Waahuifton u the Irwm family of Dullai, Trx. ! mrle fnlrnl. A loud npcukcr r«(n«r, T. K., «5. U wal«), and tround him (from left) ars »ona lv«n, I J"" 1 ' 1 " him to drma down of. **i **£, Ui T. K, Jr,M; %·.*»· H»tirMHn,l!( ' end "« '" '"dlllonal f a »hlor, MOM THAI WAXUKI «p|«.«r«i,.« ...HI ml((ht not think Johnnv nil»n I. only la y,, r . oM .. h , ;,, h l TM» J *" njr paraphrrnah. In W.,hln g lon. In New York h", ^roc,r athJr «v. him «oo !o depo,it in a bank, but Johnny hu.11,,1 to i mlllUry .UBB I .lore instead, loaded up w»h «qulpn»nl. th» n went to W«lwBitZ J «·« nonit r«nt.»on "hr.«" and eiUI.1 to ,o lo Ko wh.n u. ».th«, ,ol lh« u p^k tta up ^^ on the menu. Meanwhile, Pittsburgh OPS office «ll .iilta mLK' hlack market operator., against whom there . J e A hl being Mid »t II. Mmctlmri with ll.-ln ,,,,,, ,, we ni.ht n Ohio, dl.pl.y, potatoe. wrapped In ROM and " f * rt """ ° r(i ' n ' ry " rud i TM" y '°" !««'« ." Flvt yetn t«o potttow wort In vut lunlui -- t-r--.~«l« "?» Wa. "I, ^ f P . Why * pl "" rt " ot " " f °" r " r ° llU ° n """ of "· *"· ' P ' CMr ' ! » B(n(l " (R '. , gold »nd ellver li

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