Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 8, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 8, 1952
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1 L MOtniwllT *"""*** "*"»· '·*·"·''*'· BODY PULllolFROMlUS · *··«' ·· '»" ,'Jlti AMIUlANCt atl«ndant pulli a body by IDs left from wreckage when two Greyhound buiei collided head-on ievcn mllei aouth of Waco. Tex _ JPittem on thi bui (left) U bumed Greyhound trademark. Hours after *·!*« eraah 28 bodlei had been counted, {International Houmlpliiito MARINES HONOR BLIND OFFICER IN HONOLULU TO DISCUSS DEFENSE IN HONOIUIU to chart Pacific dtfenit plina, tht thre« top dlplomati of: Uw United fltalea, Auitralli and New Zealand po« 'or ncwi photo*-' racnera txfor* holding tnclr Brit conference. They art (from Icfti Plcbart Q. Cuty. Atulnlla; T. Clifton Webb, New Zealand, and Dean Aclwwn, U. 8. ircrttary ft Stall. (lalertitltonat Raidop/iolo.; UNAMEIO SEE the colorful military ceremony taking place In his honor, Maj. Gen. Mdvin J. Maas (center) stands at attention while his wif« »nd Col. Jack P. Juhan, Marine Barracks commanding officer, pin on his new "Major General stars." Retiring from Ihe service, Mils wai . honored at the sunset parade of the Marine Barracks in Washington. SIGNING OFF--William Ball and his diiughlcr look at a sign tiy a Minneapolis park lake t h a t uii-d to read: "Danger,'No Swimming Allowrfl." hut now conveys n (iidcrcnt message. Police think p.lrt oMhe sign \va^ erased by pranky kids carrying bathing suits. MYSTERY--This young lady with Ihe tape measure mi a bit mystified at the plant beside her. And no wonder. It's corn stalk growing very lustily out of a crnck in the pavement on corner of Washington and Jefferson Street near Chicago's busy Looa section-A KING THERE~WAS, ANDTs C-R-R-R-R!--The Democrats arc in for a tough battle, Judging by the look nnrt Rosturcs of Republican presidential candidate Dwiglit 11. Eisenhower. At his Denver heartquax'ers, he was telling N a t i o n a l COP Committecman C. Waylanci Brooks, of Chicago, how hard he plars to fijht for.Nnvcn.\bcr_4 victon. 'AS SOON AS POSSIBLT SOON The Little Darlings Will Be Going Back To School OF COURSE, they've been just like little angels all summer long. They haven't trampled the garden, broken your favorite vase or knocked down the picket fence -- not intentionally, anyway. We know you'll "hate" to let teacher worry with them for awhile. Seriously, though, Mom is the one who suffers most when school time rolls around again. First grade Mary needs a whole new wardrobe -- grown-up clothes for a suddenly grown-up baby. Jimmy's vacation outfit -- mostly bathing trunks -- won't do for the classroom, and he's grown completely out of last year's suits and shirts. Mother has to do a lot of buying, but the budget says, "Watch every penny" - and that means a lot of shopping around. No wonder it's Mother who's in a school daze! BUT -- many people are helping her. Most Fayetteville stores will be featuring school clothes and school supplies in their advertisements in the TIMES' special Education Edition August 26. Mother can sit down and do her back-to-school shopping right in the newspaper's advertising columns. SEE THE 13th ANNUAL EDUCATION EDITION OF THE TUESDAY, AUGUST 26th · Chock full of features and photographs · Dedicated to the School Systems of N.W. Arkansas · Featuring the New Fayetteville High School Building -NOTE TO ADVERTISERS: Your back-to-school message will reach nearly 30,000 readers if you place it in this special edition. Don't delay. Call 244 now and reserve space.

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