Independent from Long Beach, California on May 20, 1957 · Page 16
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Pag. B-8-- INDEPENDENT · ·"»"· «·'"» »""- ·our in Sierras; Midwest Weather Eases . , ' Br AjMcltlttl Prttt A spring storm poured more than six Inches ot rain In a 24-hour period on California's ' craggy Sierras cast of Fresno 'over the weekend. The downpour hit Its peak Saturday night, and rain continued to fall In the mountains Sunday, , r Measurements In the 34 hours tended at 5 a.m. Sunday InAlluded: I Giant Forest In Sequoia National Park, 6.42 Inches; Gen. Grant Treo In Kings Canyon National Park. 3.10; Cedar Grove In Kines Canyon, 3.90; South Entrance to Yosemlte National Park, 4,60. ..-.·., - - . . High water In the Tule and .Kaweah rivers wero expected to 'roll over some farm land In Tulare County Sunday night, but no material damage was expected. -,.,.,,--.... , , /There were no reports : of damage from the Sierra storm. It was filling storage reservoirs that had been far below normal. ' A. A. LOTH»|AN. Fresno ' ' meteorologist, said the storm was "the heaviest general rain-Jail In the San Joaquln Valley , and surrounding m o u n t a i n . areas" he had ever seen this ^ . late In thq year. s . · In the Kern River Valley , northeast of BakersIU-ld, threat : of floods subsided Sunday as , the heavy rains stopped. Kern County sheriff's deputies were on a standby basis, however. Campers along the river .',' and at Isabella Lake had been ' warned that the Kern might reach flood stage, but the rains [stopped before the water rose high, enough to cause damage. The San Francisco Weatherj] ' Bureau said a storm brewing ' off the Pacific Coast would ,·* bring more rain to Northern and Central California late to" day. , . - · ! » · : . ! '.', · SKIES CLEARED somewhat, Sunday after two days of heavy. Three Killed, One Hurt Gravely as :Car Strikes Tree · "FRESNO Wi -- Three of the · four occupants were killed early Sunday when an automobile in which they were riding struck a tree In the eastern part of Fresno. . · Highway patrolmen attributed the accident to speeding. Killed were Arnold F. Florcs, .31. of Del Hey; Thomas Peter; ·Berg, 20, of Sangcr; and Gary, , Indman, 14, of Bakcmflcld. | . . The survivor, Fred Alcorn, 17, , of Sanger, was taken to a hospital with serious Injuries. rains that caused several traffic fatalities through the northern and central part of California and ono train derailment near Orovllle, ' Rivers In Northern California rose sharply Sunday but few approached flood stage. The Eel River washed out a bridge at Holmes, · Flooded areas of Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas got their first look at the sun In many days Beimoiit anore 5286 E. Saeond St. Sunday. Skies cleared In flood, battered areas and the swollen rivers and streams of the South west began to recede slowly, ·In Texas, 32 days of drench. Ing rain . and tornadoes left damage estimated by Insurance officials at more than 50 million dollars. The Texas storms killed 65 persons, , . .-., . . WET, INCLEMENT weather covered most of the nation east of the Mississippi JUver and west of the Rocky Mountains. Generous rains fell from Idaho to Southern California, higher elevations., there wai snow, A 4-Inch blanket of snow covered the town of Austin, In central Nevada. Thunderttomv, rolled across the Great Lakes region leaving moderate to heavy ralnfal amounts, · " - · · ? : . · · . More than one Inch of rain at Chicago overnight caused moderate flooding In northern suburbs of the city. Other locally severe thunder- Ol»i; l«aity-- "fttttrtd Ujif" ALUMINUM AWNINGS Modern Products Co, storms swept over the Ohio Valley tc the Gulf Coast and across most of. the south Atlantic States to Virginia. Naih- vllle, Tenn., · reported nearly two Inches of rain. Peruacola, Fla,, had 1W Inches'.of rainfall. Parti of New York State were pelted with rains measuring up to one Inch. Generally fair weather pr vailed from New England the extreme upper Mlsslsslp Valley, dn the fringes of th rain area. Temperatures over much the nation were umcasonabl low. .ty 'Mountain View BUTTERMILK MOUNMAC HEAR-BOTH EARS liracle Ear. * WORN IN THE UR * ENTIRELY CORDLESS * NO TUBES * THREE TRANSISTORS * EAR LEVEL HEARING .HE M877 MOUNTAIN VIEW DAIRIES 725 WEST ANAHEIM HE. 6-8237 \tu 41, n«r .,«· tlJt't'l" ,I"M't" »««'. lint «.l r Mill.il (iiO.it tmiiixr inrlic |TRY IT TODAY AT:-- AIIOCUriD HIA1IMO CINTIII ·13 Ptiw AM* Lw* S««fN TO/ !·. HIM, Mta_l 111, LA. 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