Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 20, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 20, 1952
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NOKTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMtS, FcrytfftvHI*. Arkonto., Friday, Jim. 20, 1952 News of The World in Pictures 'CANT KEEP COOL EVEN WITH OUTDOOR SWIMMING POOL WASHINGTON VIA MOSCOW IT ISN'T t!:? , It's the "humility, 11 snyfl HerU\ an Atlantic walrus Imported to NVw YorVfi Bronx zoo from Copenhagen. He's got his own outdoor swimming prxjj, Hollywood stylr, but even en, the weather we've been Tiavlnff ju.sL isn't walrus weather. Here you see Hcrble using] his flippers to good udviinlngc us lie dirccta a cooling spray from the' zoo hose right square on his walrus mustache. (International^ ACE-AGAIN GABRESKI IS BACK DOING THEIR ROADWORK - Housewives living In a realty 'development ot Nnrthbronk, 111., lire of pensioning the realty 1 company to improve a 400-foot section uf their rond, nnd form a ; domestic construction gang, aided by their morc-or-less willing children. The iciilty agent can expert to Ho some sprinting next time he visits the neighborhood. WHO HAS POTATO WORRIES?-Not Carl B. Mitchell, of Rock Island Village, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The 11-pound sweet potato he's preparing to demolish should last him for some time. A smaller, seven-pound spud was delicious says Carl. CEORGI ZARUBIN, replaced as Russia's ambassador to Britain, waves 'goodby from gangplank of the Russian timber ship Belooitrov in' Surrey, England, as he embarks for Moscow and reassignment report*.' cdly to Washington ^ambassador. (Intcnmtiotul Soyndfhoto) .WITH A CIGAR Jauntily in his month, 1J. s. Air Force Col. Francis .t.ubreski mccls reporters on landing at Hamilton Air Force Base, CH!., !from Korea. He has a score of O',i MIGa shot down for his 100 com. ibat mlRBlons, which makes him a Korea ace, and is back in the U. S. inn rotation. In World War II lie was an ace, too. He shot down 3l| German plnnea nnd is credited with destroying 2V, on the ground Jni '306 combat missions. Gabrcski is from Oil City, 1'a. (International} RABBIT DOG--Tippy, three-year-old Pomeranian, has called a .truce In the eternal war between dofis and rabbils. She's adopted 'three baby bunnies, and only allows her mistress, Mrs. William Morris, of Elyrla, Ohio, |« approach them when it's time for their four-a-riay feeding of homoKcni/.ed milk. PLUNGES 40 FEET/PAIR LIVES H. Graham Morison clears up hii deak to leave attorney post. ROTARY'S NEW CHIEF-H. J. Brunnier, above, of San Francisco, has been named as President of Eotary International for the 1952-53 fiscal year. Brunnier, · consulting engineer, has been . _. a Rotarian since 1908. L . OWLWAYS HOWLING ABOUT SOMETHING - "Hoots," the baby owl, is fed up wilh all the catty remarks delivered by his kitten playmate. M'hy all the fuss just because he drank some of _ Kitty's milk? Beth of them live at the home of Mrs, Olive Kirsche, . .in Summit. N-J. . . VERY FIRST IN KOREA 2 YEARS AGO S U I I CASE SUITE SUITS SUSAN - Kerry Susan Holden, 'l^j , "! 0 r-l' a ."' n "! "TM-el with the cast of a road show, is quite S, I '" K '" '',' sullcoso - Moth « and Dad leave sign on baby ile sl.c siiooics between acts. Like most actrcFscs, Kerry Susan 13 shy about her ace, refuses to tell. Win. Underbill Harold Bayntoc [RESIGNATIONS of three of the six assistant U. S. attorneys general under Attorney General James P. McGranery find H. Graham Morison, Harold I. Baynton and Wil- [liam A. Underbill leaving their ; posts in Washington. Morison was Jin charge of the anti-trust division,j jBaynton of the alien property of-' I flee and Underbill was chief of the' [lands division. (International)'. ·52 C R O P FORECAST-A wheat crop second only to the record 1947 yield, more peaches and p e a r i and less rye are among the Department of Agriculture's crop forecasts for this year. Newsmap a b o v e compares the Department's bushel estimates for this year with last -~.'V* year's production.^" "_"'._· ;IN THE WHITE HOUSE rose garden, President Truman greets former j ·members of "Task Force Smith," a handful of heroic U. S. soldiers |Who flew from Japan to Korea at outbreak of the Korean war in June, | i950, to oppose two tank-led North Korean divisions and thwart! 'chances of a quick enemy victory. U. S. Army Secretary Frank Pacei jtanda to rear, right, ot the.. President. .tlntcrtationalj IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO VACATION- A MTHM AND ION who narrowly neaped death when their auto crashed through a guard rail on the Rlchardnon liny bridge near Mill' Valley, Cal., and plunged'lnlo the water 40 feet below are nhown on ""tilt auto's roof during rescue by two shorts-clad Good Samaritans who Improvlmd a raft. Water under the bridge waa low, fortunnttly for Alfred I*t, «S, and not! Robert, 39, who were taken In * hospital. Their "v\:'inn wn« drmrlbtd as Rood. (tntrrnnttonalRmmriphnlol Map »how» niimhrr of ItrpiiMlran convniilim Mrftalm for «·* ilal*. A MOVE TO Wf 10 delegated of Michigan, Pennaylvanla and Marylund Into a Woe which probably could dorldo the Republican presidential nomination l« reported underway MarylamVa Gov. McKcldtn controls hl.i Mate's 24 delegates, National rnmmittreman Arthur Summerflpld l« reporlxlly Involrett In the matter of n dozen nr more uncommltlM Mlrhlcan delcgatef, nnd Pennsylvania's Oov. nna baa Ihn, lay with · bout BO of hl» utat.Va delefjatps. _ (tnteriuitiomli J C I T T Y ' S CR088IO.UP- "SnowbaU," UM crOM-tycd cat, U · Mln* rarity, but tht'i not complalnlnf. She cant w* .well enoufh to c h u « mice, and doesn't hear «o well, but her mistress, Mrs. Elsie Ward, of Columbus, Ohio, MM that kitty wants for mlhlni, and Snow* ball Is locking forward to nlnt taty Uvta,

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