The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1950 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVrLLE, (ARK.) COURIER .NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER .g, + .+WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES PIPE "SQUIRTIN 1 GERTIE"-Filted with a maze of pipes and" nozzles, this C-51 transport plan* * WrWC er ~ anp Sn ° W ' '"' fo ° r mis( — a "d then - o ppes an nozzes, ts -51 transport plan* m™ «* i^irt. Wr }h WC « . er ~? a i np S , n ° W ' '"' fog ° r mis( — a "d then, with the aid ot Kientiflc instruments Inside the flying laboratory, measures the plane's reaction to it. The outfit, nicknamed Squirtin Gertie," is used for research by the Air Materiel Command. It operates fiom YpsllantL Michigan's Willow Run airport, to gather data on high-altitude Icing and workability of new eo.uii£ ment In bad weather. JIG'S UP FOR REDS — A South Korean soldier joins street dancing at Chochi-wan that greeted United Nations troops as they advanced through small villages Inward Seoul. Photo by NEA- Acme Stall Photographer Ed Hodman. _ ^ 't&t' IT • WAR'S INNOCENT VICTIM—Amid the mint of what had been his home in Seoul a little South Korean boy cries for his mother. The child was found by American G.I.'s after they took the battered capital city from the Communist invaders. (NEA-Acme telephoto by Staff Photographer Stanley Tretick.) AFTERMATH OF VICTORY—Plain headboards giving identification or dead American GJ.'s are replaced by crosses on graves in the First Cavalry Division's temporary cemetery at Taegu, Korea*. (Department of Defense photo by NEA-Aone.) DUCK. SOUP COM NG UP-From behmd a ba.,u de built bv North Korean troops for a "last- ditch stand'' in Seoul, three U. S., Marines hie at Ihe retreating Reds. Looking down on thfen- background) are portraits of Joseph Slalin and Kim II Sung, North Korean premier PvT L ndy Helchcr right, of Columbus, Ohio, was confident of Ihe outcome. On his back aim, with his combat pack he carries a brace of live ducks. Me planned to liberate an oven at first opportunity. Photo by NEA-Acme Start Photographer Stanley Tretick. ARTFUL SHOPPERS — Film Director Roberto Rossellini, left an:! his actress wile, Insrid Bergman, have eyes only for art as a. talesman in a Milan antique shop helps them select some old prints. P9.WN IN THE DUMPS - These sad North Korein pn oners find thcm.'olves in a hole for sur». rhcj « ere flufhcrl out of hru=es during bitter street-fighting in Seoul. Photo by NEA-Acme Staff Photographer Stanley Tretick. BEARS UP UNDER HONORS—Smokcy, the black benr cub who become famous last June when he was rescued from a New Mexico forest fire, was marie an honorary member of the District of Columbia Fire Prevention Council. He's busy chewing i»n the fireman's hat presented to him by Fire Chief Mayhew for Ji.s .rvices in Are prevention. The U. S. Forest Service uses him in its fire prevention campaigns, as seen on poster at left FLYING TRIANGLE—This first photo of Britain's new Avro 707B—The Flying Triangle—shows it in ilisht over the English countryside. The large opening halfway along the top of the fuselage is the nir intake tor the Derwent jet engine. The cigar- fhnpcd cylinder (arrow) at the base of the rudder contains a small anti-spin parachute which can also be used to slow down the plane after landing. dow'^d'emSltera're'viva^of £ ^^IvSoVSH' CRASH FATAI, TO THREK—Three airmen from Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Miss., were killed when this n-as twin-engine bomlwr crashed in the back yard of a residence near the air Held Oct. 2, A Tou-v Riivq u-ii n " i . «• i . Tilc !*<"<• phingcd to the ground n few minutes after taking off on a rou- «t .r«y°»l« "^"we^rd'rtl^ i ?'" ' '^ °' Guthenbur * "' ' W "" c " 1 Smc ""' »' "™ "^t. A clothes line post with a war relic helmet on il HI crazy ..ngics as thcj slide loward Goeta river on a giant slab of clay set in motion by weeks of rain a cross The fo;mcr site of -!,«, (own today is a cam-on M lect deep and Ma fret, across. About 40 homes Ion- of i^'n^rn ,„„„ ,. n ,„„ „,„„„„„ .„„.. imi[M ,„ »lcd into the river. One died and 30 were hurt in tne landslide. (AP Wirephoto), I RKt) HARVEST I\ TAK.lo\—Bodies of some 400 Taejon nitlves bound • anrt ip Heft) forms North Koreans before leaving the city, lie in and around trenchc. In the city's miJ, T *' retrcal '" S the scene. The he'.n-rt was placed on the pole by owner U. S. 21th Division troops who retook Ihe city test Thursday that victims had h , Witnesses told ,-wn tv-r-> =;rave, .- -ve the slaughter. Looking at scene is w« Correspondent GrrdonT '" *"! "n" Molnes Register, (AP Wircpholo). l°»ncni Ocrrton o.ammack, Dei out 40 homes lop- of residence lor.g ago anrt remained there as the phnc the ground. (AP Wirephotoj.

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