Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1952 · Page 16
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April 19, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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, WO«THWIJT ARKANSAS TIMIS, , Arkanwt. Sotwraay, April If, WJ O/ TAe Wor/d 7n Pictures CORN DOWN THE DRAIN RUSH OMAHA-COUNCIL BLUFFS FLOOD LEVEE BUILDUP - ,-iEAVr EARTH-MOVING machinery Is used to rush b u i l d u p of levees In the area of Omaha, Neb., and .. Council Bluffs. la., which Ho on opposite sides of th«'rampap.lng'Mlssuuri river, as the flood torrent rises' |hlg.er and higher. Water here li nearly up to Northwestern railroad. (International SoundviiotoJ : METAl STORAGE IINS filled with shelled corn at Bencoe, Ja., are victims of the wide Missouri. The water-1 Soaked corn swelled and burst the bins. Spilled-out corn can be seen along middle row of bins. The arcal I Is bolstering Itself for an even [TlTater flood crest. ll:;!.-r,:a!!mnl En:".nlpiolo)i FLAMES FIND LADDER TOO LATE ~ IRONY OF THE FLOOD--Water elx feel deep swirls around grimly. Ironic si(!n on highway 20, near Sioux City, Iowa, ns worst Missouri Hlvcr Hoods in history overflow farmlands and cities. Heart Okay Now RIGHT TURN OR LlFT TURN, IT'S ALL THE SAME DICK RUSSEIL, who became color TV'a flrnt coflst-to-coast "star" when he was the pstler.t In a delicate heart operation Dec. 7. poses with his bride and boyhood MINUTES BEFORE names engulfed fire ladder at right, several persona sweetheart blonde Gloria Spires were brou s ht down tne lad(ier froln turning hotel apartment in San Russell 19 following weddinc. In Frnncls "). The Ore raged up a stairwell, and four persons trapped on' - eddinc. N. Glcndale, Cal. (International! 8nh floor wcro killcd - " » - e« Injured. (International) ROAO ·ood 0 SIGNS on Highway zp weit o! South Sioux City, Neb., «r« almost completely submerged by Iwater. of the widening Missouri. The "Big Muddy" la nl afl-tlmo crest. ilnternnitmntsmniltilitun^ GREEN BAY 'FOXED OUT' r ir* *t»wfl Mnf tvioutled by bo»t from homei In (Irecn Ray, \VI«, where th« flood poun on* *· lit J»»t *»cp through 80 iqutre block! of lh« city. U. ft. Marines anil civilian 'k*r« moved nil! A1 f.Tm(H«« on Green l!nv« nnrlh Hit*. f/Brertin/loiinlJioiiiKlplioto/ CLOSE QUARTERS-Two Lockheed T-3.1 Jet t m l n l n g plnnes nro caught with one snap of tho came?. In Ihl. unusual close-queers tlde-and-bollom view ..crlnl photo made nenr Hurtank, Calit. The 850-m.p.h, craft nre used to train air cadeli and termer pilots o! propeller-driven emit. PASSENGER 'COPTER CRACKS UP A DOCTOR ATTENDS one of the five injured In first flight of · passengei helicopter in Ix3 Angeles. The National Airways crsft had ju* returned from christening ceremonies on a hotel lawn when * cracked up on a short hop at Los Angeles International airport (International', SUDDEN DEATH OVERHEAD--The nightmare figure* tuwlng this balloon nre U S Army engineers, moving m old-typ« warning , marker nwny from the Pnnmunjom truce site In Korea. Th« «iiit« 1 are designed to protect Ihe men in cnsc the hydrogen-filled bag : should explode New, snusagc-shaped balloons, filled with non-ex! plosive helium, will replace the inflammable spheres th«t formerly, wnrncd plnncs away from the area. · ."--·-·· '

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