The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1951 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 12, 1951
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PAGE TEN BT/rnraviu,E (ARK.) COURIER NKWS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1981 Sky Puzzle: What Keeps The B-29 Up? 6CHENECTADY, N. Y. (NEA)—If somebody were to give you i ride 40.000 feet high in the air over SclieticcUdy, you mlelit get a chance to see what looks like an airborne ghost—a huge n-29 Sup- erfortress floating through the sky with alt four propellers slopped and sticking out like sore thumbs. If you looked again, you'd see a torpedo-shaped object hanging beneath the B-29's belly—a powerful Jet engine which all by itself taking over the job of the plane's four engines, You wouldn't see this strange aer- tfl] spectacle very often, although General Electric engineers occasionally fly the plane that way to prove the power or modern jets. Usunlly, however, the "flying test bed" is flown with four piston engines operating to provide the altitude and speeds required for Jet tests. Laboratory Eight Miles Up in Air Works Out Answers for the Jet Age MKE A GHOST PLANT, Ihls B-29 floats through Ihr «lr with all four propg standing Milt. iwwrrful Jet tngine, suspended underneath plane'* belly, ke*p* the bif plane (lying. The B-29 operates In a laboratory that reaches more than night miles into the sky and covers an area of hundreds of miles. Out of it will conic the answers for tomorrow's jcL fighters nnd bombers—and tomorrow's Jct-propcllcd transport planes. on the ground "sit In" on th« tests in one of the company's 'departments at Lynn, Mass., 150 ground miles away. planes, on loan from the Air Force, already have turned up new jet features that are being used In combat, in Korea. They are also turning up Ideas (or commercial use. too. since the key test pilot, E. M. Beattle, is (he first airline pilot (o have extensive test experience with jet planes. On loan from. American Airlines, Beat tie alternates with equal ease between Jet- and piston planes, When he's cruising at eight miles a minute In the B-45, he often finds himself listening to several radio range stations and voice communications simultaneously because of his speed and altitude. Sometimes DealLIe and his crew also find a miniature storm of snow and Ice Inside the B-45's cabin. This Navy Carriers To Get A-Bombs, Admiral Says NEW YORK. S«pt. U. fAP) The Navy has dropped a hint that all U.S. aircraft carriers eventually •ill carry atomic bombs^ The Information came yesterday from Vice-Admiral Lynde D. McCormick at recommlssioning ce morue» for the 32,000-ton car Wasp. McCormick, commander-ln - cl of the Atlantic Fleet, said the " of the ntom bomb has been redu cd and Its availability increased." He added that he thought, all U.S carriers "will be equipped with alomic bombs," but wouldn't elaborate. only happens on humid days, and is a product of the refrigeration system used to cool the extremely hot air bled from the jets to warm the cabin. By the time passengers start riding in jets, the snowstorm problem will probably be a thing of the past. HEADS JEWISH VETS-Atlanta attorney Paul U'. Ginsberg above, is the new national commander of the Jewish War Veterans. He was elected at the JVVV convention in Atlanta, Ga. DeWirr Banker Dies at Home DeWITT, Ark., Sept. 12. -. F. fichallhorn, who had be«n president of the Dewitt Bank and Trust Company since 1932 and waj a former mayor here, died yesterday H» was 83. Schallhorn served eight t«nn* u mayor. HU deatb followed • Jox^ illness and came on his and Mrs. Schnllhorn's 54th wedding anniversary. 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