The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 18, 1947
Page 7
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1D<I7 RT.YTHKVILLE (AUK.)' COURIRR NR U. S. Demonstrates Rocket Bombs Cat? Ss L««r;ched From Ccrrsers COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD" >- ^ Het NEWS SN PICTURES Lag S Um>ed States By Two Years AN ASSIST—These incubator girl triplets do nicely after (heir birtli unilcr the expert care of ; nurse Dorothy Frsnlz, right, and the watchful eye ot their lather, II. Paul I.incicomo, left, of Champaign, III. The Liiicicomes have three oilier children. A MISS_Lick Puclun k, Ila lfb uk (or fho eiud» a Citholic Ccntr.l ck r ndti lu -u , , | m Detroit ,n wh,d, n clctcn Till' HACK ron SUI-KKSONIC SrriU-MAOV-Whc.i i:i,,:l;.n<l announced that (ho iil,ov<. ruckol- propelled robot plane, here l.cinu luiuled hit,, its parr.,t imisqtiito airplane, mny liavo broken tho harncr nf Hie spcrd of souml at a rate of .1111) miles per hour, tho U. S. National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics .inmmnml that this country's "Flyinj; Stov^iipe" has travelled nl «pcc<|j <:p to 1500 miles.pCT-hour and that Britain is two years Ijehind the U. K. in sonic oxperinu-ota i Bo} 1 ; io\n u t n ,2 20 Puth n->l i :s CiU Clerk it Father JUnag™ (own for bojs in SIESTA T1MK—Philip Sac- ciimrno, fl, of Chicago and a victim ot ilicvimstic fevrr, takes time out for a siesta at a camp at Round Lake, III. Here he follows doctor's orders Tor plenty of rest and '• relaxation. TWO YEARS AFTKR-Workmen dean up the rubble ,. a , lsi . ( , ,, v ,, IR war in liu , Ihc 5 are W ork,n B on the , asl Mroet in the city ,.,„ «,,„„, the , CJIS „, lh e and tiihspnurnt Hcfr^t. ROCKET LAi:NCHINfi FROM FI.AT-TOP_Two caplurrd V-2 rockets and one dunmw rockef rest m special bomb skids on the flight deck of the USS Midway, left. At right, one of the rockets leaves the night deck of the 45,000-lon aircraft carrier, marking the first time thai such a large- bomlnnl- incnt rocket has bcor, launched from a ship or from a moving platform. Tho launching was held several hundred miles off the east coast ot the U. S. to ascertain if such rockets coulr! be fired from morlrrn aircraft carriers without Driving modifications Hut would rifTr-cl oprratmn;. (I'. K. Navy J'hoto from ACME.) r I —c- s f-"-r '• ' - FLOATING LAl'NDRV-Waslir 1 that left 500.000 Japanese families the operation. IIATTI.KH—Itel Olllce irlerk Harry CtrfflUh, wearing bimdatfeJC^V, over tha wound he received, shows how li« fired on two bnndilji;.?^'. who robbed the West drove National Hank in West Grove, P«,',P "'! of $11700. Griimii encountered the bandits outside oE the bsntf'^,^' nnd wns wounded in the exchange of ctmflre. *"'* ^-i '•« UI-U'KRCIISSIDN—When employes of the Railway Express went. out on strike in New Yolk City, one of the tie-ups was cnusc^i;,; In- Ihe li-enn:niloiis inn,;i,i: in use ot the Po.-l Office's parcel'i post service. Here, Nr\v Yorkers wait their turn to send their"' via parcel post. „ th« U, S. 111 . '' v \\ashmgton part of tha $2,500,000,"'"' ,„ „ , ' S ' cuire ^y, found when agents broke u» 'I.""'" "«gc trench counterfeiting ring m Marseilles; F«n« Lrt h - ngl.t are Albert K. Wnilaker, Sorrest V. Sorreis .nd?^ " ":". • McGralh, Assistant Chief, Jj

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