The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 15, 1944
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THURSDAY;-JUNE is, 194-1 Execute U.S. Paratroops Allied Correspondent Claims Enemy Failed To Observe War Rules LONDON, June 15 <up>_com- tat .troops reluming from Northern Frimco have brought, back e\\- clencp Dial (li e Germans tortured nnd murdered American paratroopers (luring the Initial stages of the invasion, according to a BLYTHEVILLE (AKR.) COURIER NEWS , broadcast by pondent. tin American corres- . The correspondent says lie Investigated and verified one reported incident In which tile bodies of three American paratroopers were found outside n German command post near Carentnu, with the hands bound. He says: "Tjicre is every indication that these three Americans were executed after they had been captured in violation of the rules of war." In another instance, the radio newsman says, n young second lieutenant in the paratroop corps was Jounil with his throat slit and a German knife beside his body. He apparently had become lodged in a tree while parachuting down and wn s killed as ho hung there. He says Major Oliver Horton of Rnlclgli, N. c., told him that many such reports have been substantiated, although Hortpu emphasized that a number of other paratroopers who were captured by the Germans nnd later -escaped, • reported they were treated with sideration: every con• The newsman rjiioles Horton as saying: "Tlie Germans who deliberately murdered our boys . were -either poorly disciplined, poorly officered, or both." Arkansas Pharmacists Select New Officers Ntivy Reveals New Weapons HY PEl'KK KDSON Courier News Washington Correspondent A heavily loaded naval airplane that lakes off after an unbellev- bly short run, then climbs into the air nt a steep angle Is one of the sperlacular new developments of naval aviation reveled to a group of Washington correspondents visiting (astern shore stations at special Invitation of Naval Secretory rlcr-based ulnnc—stepping up Us horsepower, slccd and bomb-currying capacity. All these new planes nnd modifications of previous models are a manifestation of (lie steady advance of flying. Whal willy makes an appeal to the Imagination Is the dream stuff still in the Inbom- loriea and testing fields. For examine, there is a neiv nm- pliiblous glider under 'development Jnmes V. Forrestnl and Assistant wlilcli suggests Intriguing new tac- I/. Gates. . Secretary (or Air Artemus tics in long-rango sea iuul airborne Invasion commando operations. . ^ ii 11 ».jiui i \. vuiiutumu VJJJI 1 iUH-'nS nils "Leaping Lena" of an nlr- There are new armors—light "yet plane Is In no sense n helicopter capable of protecting pilot ;md del- or autogyro. It can be any of the Icato Instruments from bomb friir- slnndard Navy carrier-based type'mentation. of aircraft. Ils only difference from! IJOUIIUNG I'l, INK'S the ordinary is that on the fuselage FIRKl'OWEH ii rtirri/w i™.i-»io im, Q ., «,„ .,11,,, Another potent new weapon to it carries rockets. When the pilot wants this extra lift, as In taking off from the deck of a carrier, lie Is merely operates a control thai opens (he apertures at trie bottoms of Hie cylinders. Jet? of white exhaust -hiss out and down, nt the some time tlie pilot advances the throttle to speed up the piano's engine anil propeller. Before the plane iius rolled more than a few hundred feet it Is in the air. Advantages of this type of assisted takeoff for carrier-based planes with heavy loads of gns and ammunition for long flights arc obvious. There Is n further advantage in extra bursts of speed In combat. Naval aviation, not. having the vast number ot planes and men lhat Die Army Air Forces can muster, has not had the publicity plugs of Us companion service. The Navy has few'air stations Inland, and its curriers are usually far - from home. But naval aviation has a number of tricks stuffed in its wlndsqcks. Many cannot yet bo revealed In full, but enough can be told to indicate thai naval aviation ig toak- ing sensational scientific advances. THE FACTORIES ARE NAVY'S LA1IOKATOK1ES Centers of naval aviation ' re- -,—,•"; ' Association have Naval Research i'aliorat'qrv'at l "pliii- ttinnn 0 *'^^?" 1 -,-.?! 1 *?^ dell * ta ' Bnd the inuSo i> v dni"»tst [ Naval Mr Slnllon at pnluxenl. Md., Olhev'officers elected wore Bu- 'coScted' 15 * " eW C<1Ulpment nre ford Stovan of wilmot, first vice! Ttoc is a llew uvto-^eine car- rler-bnscd [igliter which is expected lo write naval combat history. It president; Frank Hcudlcc of Scarcy, second vice president; trl Brlte of Little Rock, re-elected secretary, And Oscar Nichols of Little Rock, treasurer. Recommendations were also made to fill vacancies on the state Pharmacy Board. But the governor will make the appointments. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will witiiin the time fixed by law apply to Ihe Commissioner of Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at .117 Ash St., Blytheville, Mississippi Comity. The undersigned states that he is . will be down from the new 45.000- tcti aircraft carriers now under construction. This new plane Is In reality a single-place dive bomber as well as a fighter. Its armament in machine guns and cannon is extremely heavy. Yet Is wings fold in the already perfected carrier- based style. There is a new scouting plane (or use on battleships and cruisers which the Navy believes will revolutionize observation work and bring it far in advance of the Japanese scouting .from small fast planes, in which they have previously had the edge. ' ii>v uMui.-ihi£iiuu &uuts mai ne xs •> w-i,^ • — • .,-, » a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral fJJS ' s a " ew ,y crS!on of «'e character, thai lit- has never been ^'."n Da "" ? ss dive-bomber ~ convictetl of a felony or other crime " 1C S1Xl1 ' '"""ificatiin of this car- im'olvfny moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the under- Signed has never been convicted of Violating the laws of this state, or any oilier slate, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Harlem Cafe Louise Moore. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of June, 1D44, Samuel P. Morris (Seal) Notary Public. \fy commission expires Sept a 104C. increase the firepower of aircraft the Douglas "package . Shaped like a tear-drop bomb »nil hung under each wing of a plane just like n bomb, this piickiiKe contains two machine guns and am munition. A of these packages containing four machine guns will double the firepower of any plane mounting four fixed position machine guns. In un emergency, tho package can be jettisoned by the usual bomb rack release, lo lighten tlie plane's load by GOO pounds. | In time tlie 20 mm. cannon may that has Interesting possibilities. It Is only half the size of the 15 mm. tun mounted In Army's B-25's, but whereas the "15" is hand operated, Ihe "l)T Is being slipped lip- for high velocity automatic fire at the rule of aproximiUely HO rounds » minute. \Vha| It amounts to Is a machine cannon filing projectiles un Inch und ix half In diameter. 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