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St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri • Page 51

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I 1 I T. EE A2 DIN EJ Li in the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH Published Every DayWeekdays and Sundays Thursday, February 12, 1959 Part Six, Pages I I OF at i pea nM-: 1l iyiji'iiiiiiiinnwMmiijl 4 i ,1 I I 1 tome rIninnmy ij 4 vet. i ijii iiiiii 1 a. 4- it High Water in Indiana House trailers stand in rapidly rising pool as wafers of the Wabash river pour over barrier at Peru, Ind.

Sandbags atop a flood wall failed to restrain the rampaging river and hundreds of families were evacuated during the night after the levee system was breached twice late yesterday. Auoci'd Frtsl Wirtphoto. Chesty Champion Proud handler and proud pose fit the occasion after best-in-show honors were awarded Fontclair Festoog at the Westminster Kennel Club Show at New York. The champion, a miniature poodle, is handled by Anne Hone Rogers and is owned by Dunwalke Kennels of Far Hills, N. J.

-Auocttd Press Wiriphottt. j3 Posted Predators Prairie wolves which will prey no more ere hung on fence posts in tribute to success of extermination drive on the Bill Yeary ranch near Denton, Tex. The wolves, 42 in all, were killed within 10 miles of ranch headquarters in the last six weeks by Floyd Ligon, United States predator control specialist. In th last two years he has accounted for more than 200 of the animals which prey on sheep and poultry. Ai4ttd Pnu wirtpM.

V.f.,3.Kr!v-. 4 i jw im I 1 -3 'U-' -Sis -iv it' tit 'V r3 i4f er he Sf orm Imperiled Village in the Alps Slipping mass of ice, rocks and earth on snow-covered Nadelhorn mountain in foreground poses dire threat to the Alpine village of Her briggen, Swifter-- land. With the impending avalanche estimated at 1,000,000 tons hanging over their heads, all but a handful of the village's residents fled from their homes Tuesday. Today, experts said the avalanche might go crunching down in a matter of hours, or neverjmove. -Aociitd Pr. Aided by a neighbor, James Curry of 3716 Cote Brilliante avenue, Mrs. Henry Jones goes about the weary task of moving belongings salvaged from her shattered dwelling at 3738 Cote Brilliante. The enforced move was one ofhundreds made yesterday as residents of blasted areas took stock of havoc created by tornado Tuesday. Shelter for the homeless was being provided by the Red Cross and other welfare agencies and by the St.

Louis Housing Authority. Port-Dispatch PhooJii5hr..

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