Independent from Long Beach, California on May 22, 1957 · Page 14
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 14

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
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p ig , A.I4-INDEPENDENT '" :t H « *·*- *·" "· "" DONT BLAME j THE H-BOMB ·ROTW^^^^^M^^^^^mWHHHHOTiH^^^^^^^^M^^B^^B^^ ' - - ' ' . ' · t It's the r Jet Stream Ruining the^ Cherries Rood Threats Return, to Oklahoma 'Areas - SAN FRANCISCO W» -- No matter what you suspect, don't blame H-bomb explosion* for ftl those* heavy rains flooding Texas and dealing millions ol dollars In damages to California fruit. Put the blame o;i IOO-to-300 .miles an hour jet stream winds LAKEWOOD CAMERA CENTER 5223 Hazelbrook IN UKIWOOD (! * CINTIS AIUDI · · 'PHONE ME o-sm · BROWNIE STAR V CAMERAS for color i/Wei t? _'\~ at well as snapshots Detail:, in the big Kodak od pouring eastward at high alll- tildes from Japan. · ; , · ' ' : : That'i the studied word of a weather expert. Corday Counts northern California 1 ! chief fore- caiter, Normally the Jet itroam hai ihlfted much further north by spring, Counts explained. * · · , · " "ITS RIGHT over California and Texas now." he said, "and there In no definite trend to the whole pattern." Thi wettest May In northern California history already has dealt millions of dollars In dam ages to cherries which split open when wet and the sun comes out. ... . ·,.,. Nineteen 'Army · helicopters lovered 'over cherry orchards Tuesday In the -Stockton area, some 65 miles w«st of San FVanclsco, so their whaling blades could blow the cherries dry.' Two crashed, Another copter crashed Monday. Two pilots were slightly hurt. Stockton Is In San Jouquln county where the cherry crop Is valued at five million dollars. . -.. . 'Nothing--No Nothing ' Will IMMOVI YOU« 1011 IIKI DIS-L-GRO COMPOST *'Hrid'i, f '?'i.(nn. · * . - . · · 1 · IVMI N.I HiNri - V . i 1llr«lr I|»B| n oftrnilv. fld*t · Km NOW 50% OFF "n» OMd llomii !··" ' Bhambliss Solltervlce USD I»INO IT. HlHllMk 1-4414 IN NEIGHBORING Santa Clara county, the agriculture commissioner estimated . crop losses at more than six mllllorf rs v Loss was ' largely t In cherries. Also hard hit was the county's strawberry growing area, largest In the world. · There was no official state, wide loss estimate,.. r^^cv Gov, Goodwin J. Knight proclaimed a state of emergency In the northern California cherry growing areas, permitting "the use of every device, service or equipment as an aid to prevent deterioration of the crop about to be, or In the process of be- ng harvested." ^ n-*' It Is the lateness of the rain, not the amount of It, which Is mrtlng California. * · ' ,, - . , . , . . . · ' - : · "MAY'S U N 8 E A S O N A L rains," said Counts, "almost unprecedented In western weather llstory. are a continuation of topsy turvy' weather conditions which prevailed In the fall and winter In California and Texqi." The sun was shining Tuesday and the forecast was fer clear weather through Wednesday. Dut Counts said: , ,, "There Is no definite trend o Indicate when the rains will stop. They are the result of abnormal position .of the Jet stream and the consequent air currents from the Pacific Ocean which have'brought a complete reversal of normal conditions," Counts said meteorologists are agreed that H-bomb explo- itoni have nothing to do with :he current situation. OKLAHOMA C I T Y W Flood-weary thousands Tuesday waited to see If rampaging rivers would send them scrambling to safety as Tulsa, Guthrle and other cities battled new threats. Hard-hit by floods which last week killed nine and did damage estimated at $25 million, Oklahoma Monday night was pounded again by torrential rains and small tornadoes. Two thousand " f l e d their homes In a flash flood at Still water after more than seven Inches of rain. . . Hundreds more moved out of a section of Guthrle Tuesday and at Tulsa, hundreds battled the Arkansas River. ,.,,,, ±, Downstream, Blxby, w h e r e 2,300 were chased out last week, was ready to go through It again. Many were packing. Coyle.-under three feet of water Isit week, had boat traffic again Tuesday. ,,_,., · · e . e · · ^'. Ale THE CIMABBOK R I V E R watershed and the Arkansas both caught the thunderstorm runoff. · There was no major threat to human life apparent In this new flood threat, though- a traffic fatality was blamed on rein- slick highways. ' . The new floods came as the Legislature debated a cent-a gallon tax Increase on gasoline to pay for last week's road and bridge damage. . - · · · In Tulsa, the Arkansas stood at 21.4 feet at 1 p.m. This. In more than two feet above flood stage. , " . ,. ' Some residents of the Garden City section moved out, but In he Brookslde area, many, who had fled last Sunday were wait- Ing to see what would happen. The city's new sewage disposal plant was In danger. , . Fishing Therapy Helpfe Patients ,. TOMAH, WIs. UR-Rod and reel therapy Is part of the road to recovery for mental patients at the Veterans Administration floipltal here. ... : , . . , . . , Carl Larson, contact representative for the hospital, said fish- ng gives a mental patient self- confidence and a -sense of achievement, both of which are necessary for recovery. , The VA patients aren't bad anglers, either. Record catch Is 33-Inch northern pike caught last summer. . . ONLY ONE CONCLUSION Is possible: Classified Ads are so well used because they get results. Put one to work today..Dial HE 2-3959. »v. I Health Budget Hiked Despite Plea of U.S. , GENEVA. Switzerland UE- The World Health Assembly has adopted a 1958 budget of J13,- 600,000, overriding American at- reduce It. The United States tried to have a 12-mllllon-dollar budget adopted. Under the accepted plan, the United States will be aliened J3.868,000. Next blggwt contributor will be Russia with 51.272,000. BUYING OR SELLING REftL ESTATE? C A L L Clarence B. Miffs REX L. 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RABNBTT , ' ' ·'·'· · Oiwr * ^ (^9LOR SLIDES · . t $ 1°° , fir fat I-- down ' eonwrv oVtafb M Me) or« fTooU orf... $t(tr Cowr/fi he Ward Tallant Photo Shop 134 Pin* Avenue Phone HE 6-4785 New Brownie Star Cameras take color slides, too.. .with Kodak Ektachrome 127 Film · · Now you can get all thrtt kinds of picture- color slides, color snapshot*, and black-and- white*--with the mme simple camera! Jort turn the lever to the typo of film you're using (color or black-and-white) . . , aim . . . and · ' ihootl Kodak new Brownie Star Cameras are rugged and light. As little as $1.00 down. Brownlo Storflqih Camera with built-in fluholdw , ,, Brownl* Storflex Camtra with big reflex vlewflnder , , Flasholder. $3.50 $995^ Save your wonderful weekends with a Kodak camera! -. i ' · - ! to take the bus... And GIVE easy-to-use Kodak cameras for weddings, graduations, Father's Day.,..' See them at your photo dealer's' - Small Camera (or ftlg Plcturtil PrecUion-bullt Brownl* Holiday Cam- em takei big, jumbo^iia snaps In color or black-and-white. Nothing to adjust. Just aim and shoot. As little is 6(M down. Flasholder, 93.50 Brownl* Holiday Fla»h Camera World's Moit Popular Snopihool.rl Brownie Hawkeye Camera tike* crisp black-and-white snaphot, brilliant color picturM--to wonderfully easy t Ju*t ·Ight and shoot. An little as $1.00 down. Flasholder, J-f.f.O S7QC ' Brown!* Hawkoy* Camtra..,. */ *" · Pro-vltw Every Plctura You Talcol With Kodak's great Duaflex IV Camera, you just look Into the big hooded viewfinder, and you see your ihot--big and clear. No focusing/ As little as $2.00 1 down. Flasholder, M.60 Kodak Ouafl.x IV Camera... For Iho Pun of 3Smm Photography) Kodak's Pony 135 Caroura Modal C inakee miniature photography my. Get glorious color slides, crisp black -»nd- whltm. Fast //3.5 IBM, 1/300 flash shutter. As little as $4.00 down, Kodak Pony 131 Comoro... to us! There[8_ajGreyhound Agentnear you. Don't forget Kodak Film v -- tho'fllm In the familiar yellow box: '·' For snopihots-- Kodak Verichromo Pan ,' for black-and-white . . , Kodacolor for ''· fxtlorsiups.Forcolorslldos-- Kodachromo or eitra-fsst Ektachromo Film. For movlos-- KodacbromeSmmor 16mm Film, ., ' Color movies at snapshot cost! Sava your weekend fun Just ea It really happened --in action and full color. It'* gnapshot-ouy with Kodak's great Brownie Movie Camera. You get up to 60 itcenea per roll of low-coat Kodachrome Film! Aa little an $3.00 down. · SOQQV Brownie Movie Camera, //2.7, only.. 2,w ' J Thia fine Brownie Turret Movie Camera brings you 3-lena range at a 1-leiu price. Just turn the handy revolving turret to the view you want- regular, wido-angle, or telephoto--aim and shoot. Aa little aa $7.95 down, · Brownio Movie Camera, Turret f/1.9. . EASTMAN .KODAK COMPANY, Rochester 4, N.Y. 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