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July 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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ft^**--MOWMWlft AtXANSAS flMlf, T»»ld»Y. July I, 1*52 News of The World in Pictures VAN rW WATCHES SCREENING OF RED ROW* i HN. JAMIt A. VAN HIET (center) witches as screening of Communist prisoners of war la 'resumed on Koje Ulind, Horn. At right li POW commandant, Brig. Gen. Haydon U Boatncr. About 750 of the 35,000 questioned uld they would flght afilnit being returned to Red rule. (International XtmntlpholoJ; |NEW QUOTAS LET 2,697 RUSSIANS ENTER U. S. YEARLY MAKING Ml MIT official visit to Camp Lejeune, N. C., M U. S. Marine Corps commandant, Cen. Lemuel C. Shepherd, Jr. (left), reviews units of the Second Marine division and fleet troops. Atlantic. With him art C*n. John K. Cannon (center), commander of USAF Tactical A.lr command, and Gen. Graves n. , commanding the Beet Marine force in the Atlantic. (International} SEACYCLE -- Clement Nlcolleau. in the driver's scat of this water-borne tandem, ped»!s down the Seine River, M Paris, with the aid of his "catamaran," a pair of floats which will support a bicycle or power cycle. Friction from rear wheel drlvr.i a propeller which pushes the craft along at a smart seven knots. SHELL GAME-SuMn Reupcr, 8. of Minneapolis, Minn., makes sure that "Myrtle," the turtle, won't forget her number when she's entered in a neifihborhood turtle race. If Myrt wins, she'll go on to the Aquatennia] finals, which Is the racing classic for Minneapolis lurllcdorn. M y r t wonts to win. A loser could cud up in the AFTER ACCIDINTAltr 1ANDINO at the USAF ha so at Tulln, twof ·Chechoslovakian flyera, Josef Rampak (right), glider pilot Instructor! .·flying a plane, and Zdcnek Pesl, student Hying a Rllder, tell newsmen; In Vienna, Austria, that they did not leave Czechoslovakia deliberately! but that they do not wish to return. They also said a lot of Czechs! would like to leave their country but do not dare because of thel heavily guarded frontiers. (International!! NEVER-NEVER LAND--No one lives in this vine-covered apartment house, and no train has ever rumbled across this multi-decked railroad bridge, yet both "structures" are located in the heart of Paris. Many thousands of tourists won't recognize the spot, just because they had a different point 01 view.. Revolve this page one-quarter turn to the left, and you'll see part of the Eiffel Tower mirrored in the garden pool at its base. Going Up Again hu riffled I proclimitlon puttlnf Into effect innuil Immigration quotas for forolgn ,, under thi controversial McCarrin-Wilter let which Congress passed over his veto. Lorgr.-t ·Ml* ««nt U Greet Britain and Northern Ireland. Covering 83 foreign nation, the new quotas Include.) M*l ttom loylit Runt* and 25.SH from Germany, Other countries not named on map have 100 each MARINE CORPS COMMANDANT REVIEWS FORCES , D*. JIAM PICCAUD »na nil wife ! Jeannctte. who loared to i billoon i altitude recori) of nearly II mllei In 1034. dlKlo» In Loa Angelci {thai they nope to double thit mark l i 1 'th sky-nook - - 000-foot trip to the fringes of outer splice when Mars' orbit brings It closest to earth. (International? jooo,ooo rows Would Have Been Enough for: 31 5,300,000 TONJ Would Hare Been Enough for: *·»* it itfxn CAM HERE'S WHAT "MAN IN THE MOON" WOULD SEE-If j there were someone on the moon, here's an artist's conception of i how a space ship from earth would appear to him, as it came in ; for a landing. A projected trip to the moon from the takeoff on : earlh, to aiTrval on the satellite, is the feature of New York's ' Hayclen Planetarium presentation for July and August. The dome of the sky-thcr.tcr has been converted to resemble the interior of a space ship. _ , Makes $5 ; OQO Grant 3 300,000 70NS Would Have Been Enough for: 5 ,, '30X30 CAW TIRED J.EEP DISMANTLED-A Japanese worker at Oppama i Ordnance shops tears down a j«p for salvage under an Army ' Ordnance reclamation program called "Operation Roll Up." The i operation has eliminated millions of dollars in war waste. Nearly 60,000 World War II vehicles have been brought to three installa-1 :, lions in Japan, stripped, and then rebuilt piece by piece. Combat-1 worn vehicles from Korea are overhauled daily, f- ' STEEL STRIKE LOSSES-! How miny passenger cars th*, finished tecl lost through major ' ttrikcs would have provided i hard metal for if shown by Ncwsehart above, bated on: American Iron ind Steel Instl- 1 ; tute statistics. Larfeit annual, . Heel kw--13,500,000 ton*-took place in 1MI. Second was 1»49 with ( lou of ljJOO,pOO ton. THOUSANDS MOURN PREACHER Pictured above, on the right, is John G. Cella, Hot Sprln E si Oaklown Jockey Club president, who last week announced a $5000' grant to the rural youth of Arkansas to provide premiums, pr'ipcsi Sept S 2 C 9°-o r ct"r a ' 13 ' h annUal Arkonsas Livestock Show!; E " nt is Co1 ' T ' T - Barton ' rganization, who accepted the oif for the MS OOOL MCIZC FROM HOT AIR--Packifed relief fc-om the mtmr jt hot, muMjr Mimmer iWyi li offered by Krt Sovola, «!· ' fir OM IniliMnlli TtHMt, "MtrviMwt" b.«s, blown up kr fcieU, m MMM In · fnMrim unit, and you (My nk«, cotl bro«M tnrnnly It cents. So far, no Uken. WATER-BORNE RAILROADER-Hubert Wood.., of Fenlon, III., a railroad worker, paddlei his nihber ratt Into the MlMlisjppl River, it Dtvenport, lowiw rn route to St. Ixiuls. Wond.i had fi t . . . liunctxd the craft, made oltyntr tubn, it rtnton, on Rock River, * M **·"· P"»»* A IOO-YIAH-OID, hone-drawn hekra* carries the body of Rev. t.ucy Smith, M, famed radio preacher, from All-Nations Pentecostal church on Chlc«»o'« touth itde. Ttimisnnds of mourner* who Jammed the atreet outside the church «uig "In the Swfet Dye ind Jlye" aa the blacK ind WHODUHIT?-"Chl«4l," th* BOXIT pup, and Mi tiMM,'· ; In* kllltn, both dlKlalm any rrnnonilblllty for b*ln« the villain 1 of Ihli perennially unpopular myttery. Broufht before « Jury com- potMl ot nwmbtn of the Japcn-bMcd Hth Bomb Wing, In* two MUCOU wtt« round "lullty." B*C*UN X txtmuMlnc clrnm. ·Unco, tht pt4r wtn CTHHIMX*. Mil rut M wuto.i'~

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