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May 31, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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', May 31, 1»S2 I News OH he World In Pictures 3; IKE'S SON PACKS FOR FAR EAST ,,,,,,«,, Honore( , MAJ. JOHN tlHNHOWt*, son of Gen. Dwlght D. Elicnhowcr, packs' Up »t Fort Knox. Ky., to leave in June for the far Kiwi, where he linn' been ordered. With him «rc hi« wife and children, Sudan, held by her ·wther; Dwlght D«vld 1J, 3; 13«ru»r«, 2. ftniernalioiul Soumip/iolo; of Red Years lf ' 8 T "P'e-Declcer A BIT OF TIPTOEING THROUGH THE TULIPS ELDER STATESMAN Bernard M. IBaruch receives in New York City the f i r s t a n n u a l a w a r d of the American Veterans Committee for his contributions to Americanism. Maurice ttlond mokes the presentation. The latter is chairman of the Dr. Simon Haruch Chapter of th« AVC, named for Mr. Hcrnarri Raruch's father, f / T i l p r n n f i o i r a ' A COMMUNIST GUARD tug, at « fellow captive on Koje Island as hi Communist-controlled stockades. going on in the f/lllsrnutional Radiophoto) ! A TEENTSIE-WEENTHE bit of Dutch romance blooms along with a vast array of tulips as the innual Tulff festival gets underway in Holland, Mich. Romancers are Barbara van Totenhove, 3, and Kenneth Swier-. ^nga, 2. Holland's burgomaster (mayor, actually), Harry Harrington, predicted 150,000 out-oMown«r§ iwould visit the Dutch-American community to see the colorful blooms. International Soundpholml $25,000 for $4.95 Sllver Linin 9 WARBLERS SERENADE A SONGBIRD inifTINO before the HOUM un- kjwrlcin ictlvlllci committee ln : VMhUiKton, Mr,. Alice K. Ben; tMni.MCKIK .tomle cloud plume, Hit, Tornmcc, C»l., telln of btlngi .kyward »t the AEC'« Yucci flnt i Communist from i»36 vo 1«42,, proving ground In Nevada. The »unnj which time «*· · aid Uw unu«u«J formition occurred when it . m * l '* T " l) , t .° OH*»" ««wmt imolic from the blast passed ILo. Angcle. units. r/R(cniafloM); through successive layers of moist SMILING IN THE RAIN A COLD-PLATED, Jeweled cnn opener inmirod for ?2n,000 and r;old by nilslakc' for $4.0. r by a Mny company sales Rirl In Cleveland is displayed by Caiollne Browne, store employe, after Its return. Intended for display, it was In a box under a counter and wns uold to the ·Anthony Bnlilempns, who returned .·It, got. 5100 reward. Kniil Mrs. Iton- tem|io. "It WHS a w f u l l y dull for n new can opener." (Inlri-natinnulj I THE LITTLE white cloud may be cry! Ing. but It's a day of all smiles for sob singer Johnny Ray in New York as he plants a hlsa on his bride, the former Marilyn Morri-! son, daughter of a Los Angeles! night club owner, Ray's rueful tunes reportedly rate him at' 50,000 a week. {International) A CROUP OF CUB SCOUTS serenade Margaret Truman shortly after her arrival in New York. She was in Gotham to participate in the scout-Drama at Madison Square Garden. The youngsters are (1. to r.) Kenneth Moldon, Howaid Jacobus, Paul Bell, David Sclin and Joel Werner HE'S LIABLE TO CROAK-A. G. Skoglund, of St. Paul, Minn.,' won himself,TM honor award for this imaginative photo of I Irog ?ttr?^ ,, ·*' ,," was his entr y in thc "on-Professional class of the ». 19o2 Graflcx Photo Contest in New York. He carved the tiny crutch- 1 / _ cs and made morc^thaii 20_e.xposurcs to get the striking picture. . WASP MOVES OUT WITH NE\/V~BOW MACHINE GUN GUARD ON KOJE IAIN rOOM do " ' v ' r m .Saint U n In New York but Mrs. Matthew Rldgw.y look« 9 " 1C K "' pr "' rsc " r " "" «""»» » street following MI-V- KithcUomeWj EpiscopaJ church. (International) 0«. JOSEPH W. WEINBERG, tho "Scientist X"accused by Ihe House un-Aincricnn Activities Commit- tec of having eiven atomic secrets to Russia, was indiclcd by a fn\- eral grand jury in Washington Hi- was charged with having lied when he denied.he had been a member of the Communist Party. He is shown In Minneapolis where he was arraigned before a V. K. Commissioner ami released in HO.OOI) bond. (/nfrrnniionni; UN TRUCE CHIEF - Maj.- Gen. William K. Harrison, above, lias been appointed head of the UN truce delegation at Pan- niunjom. He replaces Vice Adm. C. Turner Joy, who returns to the United States to assume command of the United States Naval _ Academy. U. S ARMY SOLDIERS stand guard with a 30-callbcr machine gun behind' protecting sandbags near compound 7G on Koje- Island, Korea where! Communist prisoners are seething, defiantly drilling and displaying' thtir North Korean and Chinese (lags. (International SounapkotoJ- A NEW BOW planted firmly In place, the 34,000-ton carrier Wasp moves j» out of Bayonne, K. J., Navy yard. A 90-ton section of the carrier V Hornet's bow Is on the Wasp, made necessary after the Wasp »nd destroyer-minesweeper Hobson collided in mid-Atlantic, sending 176 Hobson crewmen to their deaths. (International Soundpluito)\ FIND NEW DEEP OF 35,640 FEET STURGEON BAY CRAFT WINS INTERNATIONAL TUG RACE pwten .ml n ( ni tnm · ri-lvnl of (in,. · ''" lf«« lh»n 1(1 iiiliiiitei. Hfeond "«'tn* N*tir«iik«"(rl 1 .^ lrol f, r ' vcr ' f o v ' r l n ff ll10 fnur-mllo course In "°","; 11c « tJ ncw "^-P«l ""P" found In th. Piclno foet, between Oiinm «n,l Y«p by British hydrognphls;

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