The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1947 · Page 2
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FACE rbu» BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Hurricane, Viewed from P/one, Looks Like Mixture of Oil, Milk Boiling in a Witch's Cauldron '•{EDITOR'S NOTE: United Press Slafl Correspondent Ricliarrt Pliioer »is flying o\er the center of the hurricane for a birdseye view of the storm when all of Florida was called uii emergency area and the pl»ne was ordered to land hi Cuba, His eyewitness dispatch lollows.) By RICHARD PALMER > . United Press Staff Correspondent . .* GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba.. Sept, 17. IU.P.)— From 10,000 feet Die hurricane looked like a seething mixture of oil and milk In A witch's c»uldron. ( We took ofl In it 'Navy PE4Y2, a four-engined privateer, to lly o|er the roof of the hurricane and take radar readings on Its eye. that weirdly calm center of blowing hell that shows the direction in Which It Is moving. !TWO hours after wd left sunny Miami. Lt. J. B. Ingraham^of Portland, Ore., Navy acrologist, motion- e^ me to a plexiglass pan in the side of the ship. ^'That's it." he yelled above the djn of the engines. > At about S.otO leal menitting b[a:k clouds boiled find seethed like i«e dark smoke of a huge forest )(««. Occasionally Ihefe was a break ill the cloud mass nnd tar 'below *;e could see the \vinri-rrflZ2d ocean. ,1'he v/aur was whipped into waves that leaped 103 feet nigh and broke agjlnst'the wind in a frothy mass, In&raham estimated that Hie wind was raging at 110 to UO miles an hour, according to its dlstnncc irom thi,f*!W- "" ' : ' "T"" ' It jiis.&ll . uv 'miniature from our altittid.e.*It- looked 'like the whii I- poor^bf-ttie Niagara River seen from the Jjg4ijll en( * of a l«'escopc during ^f,- ^thunderstorm. Unbellevablr Want a Washing Machine? Ttwr-fury was unoelievablc. We weretsjlll sailing Rlong with inc. smoothness ot a trip to.'dvep.mlanU on JMV-mners prin g mattress.' I toward the cockpit door, onto something," snfd Oj- Pi)q£l*. (J. G.) A. B. Carlson ot Coijncii; Bluffs, la. "The oir above a Miff (cane can bounce a lour-1 eng][£c$;pianc like a medicine ball." W«41f w lor another hour around the-tops.oi the hurricane.^ The pilot, W. J^gSnderson ot'Bucyi'us. O., hcicl thc^ ; ,\veainer map in both nancls, j-iu^yifife tne storm hclow him. "jt'3". : changcd it's course,' 'he said. "Its;'rjeadlng West." - Woi.0 5 we took oil, the storm was reported moving Northwest. n#'C. r S. .Ferguson, the navigator, sat f^|i.'i£Jrp 1 'Si! co'faefT.on the chart table, -there. jiyasn'V'a ripple'iu the Jobs Sought In State for Disabled Men MTri.B ROCK. Ark.. Sept. 17 (U.P.i—The Arkansas Employment Security Division today launched its campaign to put disabled and able-bodied workers on an equal i basis. The campaign Is part of Ihcj rational "employ the physically handicapped" week. In announcing the plans for the week of Oct. 5 to 11. State Employment Administrator Purlfoy Oili emphasized the .slogan "ability, not disability, counUs." Observance oi the week in Arkansas, GUI said, would be directed by the combined leadership of a number of civic crganlz»tioas. including the Veterans Employment Service, the Disabled Americans Veterans, the Federal Iriter-Agency for the Employment of the Physically Handicapped, and the Veterans Administration. Gill said that public officials and private. i>ersons will ^e urged to refer to the hiring of disabled persons in endorsements, .speeches, public appearances, news articles and radio programs. Gill c:nphasi/.eri that disabled workers do not need extensive special job training, expensive special equipment, or special privileges. "When plnced In thn right Job, they'll do their work RS well and as efficiently as a healthy person," ' Gill declared. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 19-17 cup. ..' • • Island Devastated C*»««— Wi-«.i We Hew over to take a look at 96X611 V ICTIIDS the South end of Great Abaco Is. land, about 203 miles off Miami. We dropped through the upper strata or clouds, and there the devastated island lay, almost swept bare with itattened palm trees pointing in tbe direction the storm nad gone. fWc took another circle, arounri Of Fire Buried In Single Grove Miss Nippon Newest railroading wrinkle Is this semi-automatic locomotive washer, ill the Pennsylvania Railroad's Sunnysidc Yard, New York, which will v/asli an engine In 15 minutes, in contrast to the three hours consumed by hand washing. The SCO-foot apparatus uses revolving sprays of hot water and steam, with huge horizontal and vertical brushes lo do the scrubbing. ron. Ail:., today. The Hev. W. D. Montgomery u p ns o conduct the last rites for John Wallace, 45. his wife. Lorenc. 40. and five of their children i;ini;im; n age from two months to 111 years. They were to be burled in a single cask'el. The Wallaces v.'eic burned to death when dicsel oil bcinn used for fuel exploded nnd destroyed their three room frame farm house. Only one member ot the family— 11-year old Jloycc Wallace — survived the fire. LaGuardia Seriously III NEW YORK. Sept. 17. (UPI — Fiorello !!. LaGuarcila, C4, former I mayor of New York City and one 'of the nation's best known public figures, was in crilical condition at 1 liis name today. j Mis physician, Dr. George Bachr. said r/iGiiardia collapsed at his home last night and had "sunk i into a deep stupor. 1 ' Read Courier News, -want Ads. TO FRIGHTEN YOUR OUTDOOR LIFE BENTON. Ark., .Sept, 17. (UPI — A Baptist minister from Bauxite was to preside over the mass burial of seven members of. a Mountain View tenant farmer family at Pc- the : cdgc of the eye and Ferguson. Ingraham. and Lt. J. E. Money who hud bjcu in a huddle over the gadget let me look through the rubber eyepiece of I he radar scope. Etched in shadow on the circular glass 'was the miniature of the worst tropical storm in years; Pol- lowing their guidance I found the becalmed eye lying like a corkscrew. We;v took another quick ride over the 'Storm, ducked through a hole in the clouds that looked like a gaping hole In the roof of a circus tent, stared at the frothy ocean,' then beat it. When we left, the storm was headed like a bull with Its head down straight for Palm Beach. But like a mad bull, Its course was unpredictable. SAVE! Table Bargains Fine occasional table in v;;ilnut finish. Now 2 luxurious Pieces Living Room Deluxe There's comfort in every cyc-appi-alins line, in the deep sprint; cushions. Sofa and chair in rayon velour. $^95 ALL WOOL SHIRT /Here's proof that the old saw, ,**Eost is east and west is west •ar.d never the twain shall meet," *is outiriofjed. Japan has selected ia beauty queen, in a Tokyo 'pageant. Miss Nippon, above, is * Ayako Goto, a taxi-dancer. 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