Thursday, March 3, 1949

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah THK iALT LAKK TRJRfNK THirsrlav Mnrrli 3 Charged Hush Greets B50 At Flighl End lly TOM STOVK rOKT WulTl TA IT r f Txa SIIIMIIV h torr lvl bv drura of the i1Kiir ifiJmilo hop Th of two men hmkr iir the of 1 ho US nr Joseph Mary Go io vs H IiL i KST Th ii IIIP i lasr Sn I lire v ffr sliKhUy nioTv hnlf days ovrr four contiiKTs arvl sever oceans Publisher M P Publisher Amon Carter who Fhourd up at the field before dawn clapped his hands vigorously the epic Fort YVorlhtoFor Worth flight came to a successful end An excited young1 military po liceman guarding1 the runway joined Carter in applauding1 Oth ers sood hack in silence Carter publisher of the Fort Worth Star Telegram is a veteran aviation enthusiast with fiuOOOO air travel miles to his credit He has flown on many pioneer trans ocean flights As the Lurky Lady II raine To a Mop a smiling pilot waved from his cockpit in the iongnosed plane I Tired and Grinning Homb bay doors and escape hatches opened and the crew of 11 tired but grinning fliers dropped to the ground one at a time Air Secy Stuart Symington prasped the hand of the plane com mander and pilot Capt James Gal lagher Melrose Minn and patted him on the back Gallagher his flying jacket un zipped halfway down grinned handsomely and said Thank you sir Gen lloyt Vandcnberg air force chief of staff Lt Gen Curtis Le niay commanding general of the strategic air command and Maj Gen Roger M Ramey command ing general of the Eighth air force based here also congratulated each of the men in the crew Contimieil from Jage On ArrivalMarch 2 AMiEST he i no Jo make am Joseph IHIISl ling man because h Suddenly Joseph enit chukle close hs car an tnrning ir iy and ve fan o Samuel the Samit up v ph frl Vrl V hc iissn shak slill inrtiur liw inssto thai a godly mail in all AmKis Annas llr wit a A IIIas Was Iit li tc tile It riiiii awed Iti m his hid ti eling his voi Ainas was not hut mere politician Cousin Knti I WOIHT Ifsijih wa icg why I tV so 111likei urn vid vnMis Xaihary now ln InnU that is Cousin Kliyiibeh uMist have tliat Wdiulertul rube for hiiu j Of tliithousarris praying in rectaiiyiiiar courts only Cousin Klizabeth knew of one special in tentinn this old priest would be And presently Mary light blue ircluciinr in his prayers this after mantle over her iame noon But loseph ould guess 1ruin barefoot into the room and stood what Mary hail alrady told him j before Joseph Zarharys faitii was and Vou are espoused said Joa lumihle thoush lie was past his done wilrfchim threescore years and tin lie still the younsr You are betrothed said A mm fskeii God dntiliiliy every lny that said JoaKhynbrth and he might have a child a crugh Then presently Joachim ipfiti one eye and glared at the Mar What was keeping Zachary within Xo one was to be seen the platform the grim iibsrvaiH figure of Annas Zach ary had already stayed much too in the holy retreat Some thing must be wrong There was much or him to do in there piist vas to stand only for a n IMiiit in silent prayer Then niiant to buck out of ilare face the reverent multitude and offer up the final prayer Ky now five minutes had gone by and there was still no sign of Sumrtiing is strange Joa chim murmured to Joseph V from The Greatest ri will relate ZuharyK ac Adapted from origi nal portrait by Cmira Jiiuii has so toueiieci Marys heart that she is realy foolish in her thoughts of foolish thoughts of Jove and pretty dreams I want Mary to have happiness To know j deep love and kindness and sweet ness as we have always it Joachim 1 am sure you know best She scrambled her feet There 1 will have such feelings Bring in man she said in an altered voice Peace be with you The worry in her heart was les chini and Anna sened when Anna met Joseph for And the Lord be with you the first time She divined some murmured Joseph and Mary and pood and trust Kilters Holy Ilnc Tomorrow all Xayarcih worthv in the awkwardness of the th Sad information Map traies general route of lie history making air i Wednesday The hnmber fsirrvntff a force hoiiiliir lucUy Lady II on fourday mmcrew 14 was refueled over he Dliar stop junket around the world completed at Fort liiin hiJMiiIippiies and Hawaii by tanker planes workman1 Follow Strict CVremonv Therc was a certain Starts Jerusalem would the priest turned and faced the congregation then lifting the temple veil with his left hand lie disappeared into the tabernacle the little holy place where minor Supcrfort Lost Over Luzon MANILA Thursday March 3 missing1 U S Superfor tress may have been one of the four vital refueling links for the nonstop globe girdling flight of the B50 Lucky Lady II The B29 missing with nine aboard and believed down in the lofty unexplored Carabello moun tains of northern Luzon failed to return from a routine flight about the time the B50 Lucky Lady If passed over Luzon Tues day Philippines The 1529 was last heard from about 90 miles from Clark field Tliesc Airmen T FORT WORTH Tex March 2 men of the ait force wrote their names into his tory in the 91 hours ended at am CST Wednesday Members of the crew were Capt James Gallagher Melrose Minn st Lt Arthur M Neal Visaiia Cal second pilot Capt James H Morris Pan Artomo Tex third pilot Capt Glenn E Hacker Kldorado Kan first nav igator 1st Lt Earl L Rigor Cor vallis Ore second navigator lsl Lt Roland B Ronner Bakcrs Cal and 1st Lt William F Chaffrev Boston radar officer ONLY SLIGHTLY LAHGKR B50Labeled SoupedUpB29 Of course Joseph was invited to go alomwitli the family to attend priests came closest to the pres ccrpnion iousinZachervs proud occasion fnce of God lousness in the beginning of the in Lhe With bowed heads and closed j One brisk day in the Falestin eyes the crowd waited Fora long spring Mary and Anna while there was no sound not even mounted rented donkevs and Joa weather ot crops and of burden hiln and Joscphj rcils in handt some taxes Then they came to aslalted offi fading1 them on foot A it i interview the drinking of a j traditional cup of hospitality and jan an embarrassed discussion of WASHINGTON March 2 Tin The B50 is a souped up superfortress built for better all round performance It has a top speed of 100 miles an hour which is miles an hour faster than the B29 and a GOOD mile range compared with the B2ls 1600 miles Tho air force describes the BfiO as the same aircraft as the B9 bill turned out with peacetime care and precision instead of war time haste Plans for the R50 were laid down in design in J911 and produc tion began in 1917 Last October a group was sent to Alaska Jor operational tests in arctic conditions On Dec 7 1918 a B50 testing1 techniques of re fuelinjr in the air flew 9100 miles nonstop in slightly more than 40 hours between Carsveil field Fort Worth Tex and Hawaii Jt was refilled three times in air by B29 jsuperfoits converted to aerial tankers and dropped what the air force described officially only as a useful bomb load about mid way in the flight The EOO looks almost exactly like the B29 i complete stop and after a silence JSJIC6 116000 Joseph said bluntly salem It was a journey of cor r Checks Rheumatic f love your daughter Mary I saw her on the first day you moved into this town I have seen her jo tentment all the VTV a time of long talk among the four And now Joseph had arrived at every day since except that VPry spot where David had time when she was ill with a cold built the altar and where Solomon and you kept her in bed rwred the wonderful temple I am lonely and I waul Mary I that had stood for nearly 100 to be my wife I have come toyars uriil it was destroyed by espouse her if it will be your Nebuchadnezzar pleasure to have it so he fin moiw ishecl a little frightened of the Joseph Annas i OfUn withinis highsounding words On one side of the high altar i Anna and Joachim exchanged before them sat a short watch1 empty andI RUEI will nods and the mother walked with ri cr 5 million rwwikacra If vou suffofroni rbwiimitic nrljiritia or ncurilj pain iry this sitniila home mJlio thai arc usiug liel a pnckam of HiiJvs Compound ti twowoik supply today Mix it a quart of waur lhi JUMV oi 4 femora Ifd KUV No trouble at aJI a1 pkwant iecor Continued from Page One out Gallagher said The plane ha to be flown on instruments onh four of the 94 hours it was aloft The wisdom of the secrecy wind shrouded the project was eviden when it was revealed that a prio attempt was started last Friday only to be cut shnvt in the Azores by engine trouble Hourly rrsiiinns Throughout the global flight for instance hourly position re ports were filed with the interna tional civil aviation organization But these were transmitted in such a way as to imply that the plane was landing and taking off Also the pianos number changed frequently in radio con tacts with the ground The pilot5 name was given alternately in these contacts as Gallagher First It Arthur M Neal Visnlin Cal second pilot in the crew or Capt James H Morris of 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