Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 16, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 16, 1952
Page 6
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I*, IMS ·fc in Pictures FEMINIST CHIEF CALLS ON NAGUIB Seeks Senate Seat COWS KMINIfT movement leader. Mint. Dorft Sblflk, chata with 'Gen. Mohammed Naguib--who ataged the coup that ousted King Farouk--during call on. the powerful general In Cairo to Mate the at tier organization. (Intenatimal SoundaWo/ THAFS flffi TON, ALL RIGHT r e t e t i, · r " - "·. , N.Y.; hU ton, Hofer, I, ind Cloyd £ll», J5, of Kinfiton, JJJf-AW"««)MrtunntdI by (hi bl»t, Klnf drowned In tht like. His Dodyli Hum (bottom) btlnf brought aihore. Elm and tht youngster ·eapM with minor burnt, The explosion It believed to have been ·Itttd by tht accumulation of f» fumea In tht tnglnt and hatch. WATER MUSTVE RISEN QUITE A BIT A IAD ruOMT It that of Venlct. Mllwauktt, Wla.. too tlepkut, after MM tell into Uii moat She couldn't makt It out alone, and la toown ktlng backed cut on ittpa ot baled bay. (Intenuumml Sounilfkottf HER SON 'ESCAPES' CZECH JAIL m. maum, MM** hot* a *ctun trhtraan, John, :s, and hit «tta, QafcrMla. H tar HllMJt, HJ, kwnt. Tht Statt Dtpartmtnt an., MMMM IM UN CtMkoaltvak Oovtrnmtat had reported btlaltdly tWMka irraata, u Aaatrkaii rtodttn, "ttctptd" Uit Jin: ] (run a aM fftM itar Mai Ul Mr MX* than thrtt yttn at a -tpy." HU Mi it ····nil. MvaaU, i Mturallatd U.S. cltutn and World War II 1 ( y MIT F«i~ ABn3r luthorlllel »» r '- «-«"* J- McNalr, Wathington, D. C., have de- me the .waistline, of tome of the pott'i 300 daily diners, most of whom work in sedentary ,h TM, '."1 p = p ''! lh f mlddle ot) "«ul«r Army chow. So this "diet table" has become w-calory menJ?'J,^! Ke^oV^t. %3X£^'£SZ ^%H nt W nds OW p';.l 6rlB.?h ( A .7 Ex r' W « hln «'°". D. C.; and M/Sgt. Benjamin P. PararPhilip- ne Dianas, r u. Grlflllh Is eating iUndard_Anny meal Jo thow the contrast with the diet plate. ' PAPA tUBBY'S PATIENCE REWARDED l o b a n d a a flxlure a nxiure low-calory ! ; .^U'3 ·-·».* '! -.'·"''·· i-'-.- '·-:.··«* L-.,*?.!:-. U r^.r«-.^^^J..U' ,fAPA flNOUIN'S PATIINCE Is rewarded 'in London zoo as he gets his [flrat peek at his new offspring after ulttlng on the egg for eight long weeka while mama was Ignoring it. Papa It Tubby. (International/ One-Eared RabbiT Not for Burning BIG BLOW -- F i v e - y e a r - o l d ; George Clark, of Battersea, Eng- : land, finds it takes a lot of lung- · power to get a single note out of · the pipes held by Arlone Allan, of Manchester, la. Arlcne is a member of the pipe band of the University of Iowa now touring the British Isles. A. Kvm VANECH (above) re- algned aa deputy U. 8. attorney general to leavt Washington and return to Connecticut to run for the unexpired U. S. Senatt term oi the late Brisn McMahon. He is from HarLford. TOUCH~fcUY"Lean,' tough- looking and well-armed Is this Philippine bandit, who is pre- · pared to turn in his Springfield rifle and sword during surrender ceremonies at Lahing Beach. He is, a follower of Datu Kamlon, ' notorious Moro bandit leader, who surrendered with his men . to c|yilian authorities. MRS. A. W. SHU1Z 01' Coronado, Calif., has no trouble In picking out hel husband, LL Comdr. Shuli, aboard the carrier Philippine Sea as it docks In San Diego, Calif., after combat duty In Korean waters. Shulj unfurled a banner carrying her nickname, Derth. and an arrow point- Ins to hiiruwlf at rail. He't bqm« after seven momna, (International CENTENNIAL OF ENGINEERING Royal Listener HONORS ENGINEERS-Thls new three-cent stamp commemorates the 100th anniversary of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Overall design depicts the great advancement made in ; : one phase of civil engineering--that of bridge-building. The stamp I j". " will go on first-day tale In Chicago on Sept 6. ' " THIS IUNNT. one of a litter of 10 In Ogdcn, Ut., has only one car. Steven *Johnson, 11, dlsplayt the pet, and tayt It heart Just like tht others. ( I n t e ' WHIN (111 jutted three two-itory buildings In Chicago, John Nel- aon, who owned one of them, grabbed a fireman'i colt and dashed into the structure to salvage his savings. Here, he Is all imllei on his return with $550, which Is in the wallet he holds, HAQ'J 17-year-old King Faisal H jtries earphones In UN Security iCouncil chamber, New York, as h jbeglnt a live-week visit and tour ;ln tht U. S. . (International/ YUMMIE!-Gov. Adlal Steven-;. son of Illinois evidently getsi eye-popping pleasure out ot the i milk shake he's sipping through { a straw. He's pictured taking' time put for refreshment at the,'' Illinois ^Centennial State Fair.] HEARING ABOUT FARM SITUATION ALL LACED UP--John C, Hinkowskl. iB-jexr-old Clnc.,. i~««- kttper, dltplayt the nllel luncheon cloth which won him tht (old cup lor tht belt handicraft In the Illinois State Kalr. Binkowskl, bobtoy his bf M' ncMlccrift 9lncv M wai'll, l«lr for tin Ant Him thlt_fe«c. DOMINIE C6T8 AROUND - Htv. J. C. WHaei, «7-year^W farto. N. ^, mlnlittr, ttandt buldt tht wall ot llcentt platet ht hat colltcttd durlni hit ytart of travel at a Held repretentative of ·!^J C !* n £ l - 1 JA u , th * r ? n ,? hui '. c . h ' H « "*' bwn «««tellng pl.tei l«il,''n rt * L hl1 mlnlstt 3' M ««» 'lio «nd they add up to MO,OM mllta of trtvtl, II autot and rttMtnct In tort* tutta. iOiniNO A MM on tvh«l Afncultura Secretary Cnarlta r. Brannaa ;(lt«) think, about Ut farm altuatlon. D e m o c 7 a t l c p r e " d " ,ln« Cov. Adlal Bt,v«n M n talk. will. Brann.n In IM Se. i '

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