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The Montgomery Advertiser from Montgomery, Alabama • Page 11

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SUNDAY, MAY 3 31 MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER ALABAMA JOURNAL ELEVEN A XXX X- xx Vx SWvXXX xSx xx xV xX xT fxx XXV x. XX xx Vx xi xX XXX xv i xj, S.xfxV's-'-- xx iK, 's 4 j. ytt. j5sSri If XX tX T- xx x.x.x fcX yx xxv xx- NxVV xx i. x. Sxxx kxx 5 -xwfxxxxxjxxx 1 A4tvt XLvmmm: 4 xV Xj 'xA- -T2i 4 xx.x x. I ITIl v.x xjXxxVj.w Vx- WxWif Ix xTI; VxT "'xxx vUfc. xx. i-xjxtiix) "XX xW XV f7g x. XXX x. xxx XX xxx xl-N Vx xxx xx -x. "XNxVxx -tV Xx -X rx 'x xx TSX kx. XX XX Xx.NX5.s Xx STORM VICTIM Bewildered and shaken, thia Irog sits on Highway 77, where he was blown from his creek bank horns near Ashland by Friday's twister. Despite the commotion around him, the frog sat dazedly in the highway for several minutes. xxxV xftW'' 4 -in" vS xxx 5 t' 5 -N x- xxx x4VxU Storm Toll Rises To 29 As Winds Hit Tennessee XSXX -jr "xx-xx xxxx Xx -XJX XsxX fS-x JKJ 4 4- xv -Xx xXX xi.x XX XX xXXXV WffLj xx) xx. XX- xx Xxx xxx jKT xxx t.x" XXX- fixXXVXs Xxx xX i vx xx X- XX xX-xV xX XXs Vx xP v. vx; i XxXXXxX.X,-s. daughter, Doris, 14. in the Pleas xXXXX NINE LIVES WERE SAVED by this truck when a tornado struck a small country store at Hawkins Crossroads near Ashland Friday. The shattering force of the whirling winds tore away the concrete block walls of the store from under the roof. Hurled to the floor, nine people inside were saved when, the collapsing room crunched down on the pick-up truck a few feet above their heads. If the truck had been parked only a few feet away, the roof would have crashed down on them instead. The grocery and filling station was owned by J. A. Brooks and Son, also owners of the truck. ant Hills community near Decatur, lenn. Also killed was a pilot. Charles xTT "xw xx" xxj. X. Xx -XX-. IxJ xxX x.XxXxxX -X xX-Xxx-x xj, xtx A. DuBois, whose plane was hurled 1 xjx BIRMINGHAM, May 2 L-A destructive crop of spring tornadoes today battered the Southeast for the third straight day, Increasing the death toll to 29 and leaving hundreds of injured and property damage of many millions of dollars. The latest tornado hit Meigs County, Tennessee, in the early morning hours today, killing Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harmon and their DR. PATRICK H. PARKER, CHIROPRACTOR 142 N. Goldthwait St. Between Points Bell Street Where Maxwell Field But croitee from the west end of Bibb Street to get on Herron Street Free Parking to earth by a tornado near Benton, Tenn. Seven persons were killed and at least 12 injured as tornadoes hedge hopped a 60 mile path across North Central Alabama Friday night, just 24 hours after an a 24-inch waist, compared to 26 inches when she was married in 1947. The newspaper suggested that Elizabeth's new diet was virtually liquid free, cutting out fruit, alcohol and soups, with only a half cup of tea at breakfast and in the afternoon and a half cup of coffee at dinner. THREE DIED at this spot where splintered wreckage is all that is left of the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lovelady, both killed in shattered house. Also killed was Mrs. Becky Jones, 96, mother of Mrs. Lovelady. Fatally injured was Miss Viola Lovelady, 37, and critically injured were Mrs. Verdie Lovelady Strickland and her sons, Wayne, 7, and Stanley, 9. The home is south of Ashland on Highway 79. other twister left 18 dead in Warn- Telephone 2-082f Service By Appointment FEELIN' LOW7 FATIGUE it the great American syndrome. Nearly every patient that consult! complaint of feeling tired, pepltn, no energy. Our bod let are like hug ttorage batteries. Nerves ar short-circuited when pinched at the point where they emit from the spine and nerve-energy it dissipated and resistance to disease is lowered. Immediate relief from nerve-tension and fatigue Is usually experienced after a chiropractic adjust ment. A well-trained chiropractor, with the aid of modern, scientific inttruments, will quickly locate any pinched condition of nerves in the spine, liberate it and restore vital nerve-function in the body, to promote and co-ordinate its health and er Robins, Ga. I All of the dead and most of the 'injured in Alabama were members of three families living near Ash-land where a cluster of houses was smashed. glamor girl pictures of Queen Elizabeth, were told today by the Sunday Pictorial that it is all due to rigid diet, studied dressing and a happy home life. The Pictoral said the 27-year-old Glamor Girl Pictures Of Queen Elizabeth Due To Diet, Dress, Home LONDON, Sunday, May 3 UK-Britons, delighted over the latest In Greenland 60 per cent of all deaths are caused by tuberculosis, only six per cent by heart and associated diseases and two per well being. Dr. Patrick Parker Queen, mother of two children, has cent by cancer. The victims were Mr. and Mrs. John Lovelady and Mrs. Love-lady's mother. Mrs. Becky Jones, 96; Esther Stubbs, 57. and her mother. Mrs. Sherman Stubbs. 87: and Mrs. Mary Fulks, 84, and Sara SELECT YOUR TH SET from CENTRAL ALABAMA'S LARGEST SELECTION OF TELEVISION SEE TELEUISIOfl HEADQUARTERS TODAY! Stevens, 60, Negro mother and daughter. Two Alabama highway patrol 'ime for in i men watched a tornado form near jCalera. 35 miles south of Birming-; nam. ii injured a iegro mother and child and destroyed several houses. Another storm hit Trussville, 17 mues nortneast of Birmingham, MM. Si causing estimated damage of Ml 150,000 but no reported injuries. I Georgia Gov. Herman Talmadge appealed to President Eisenhower to declare Warner Robins and neighboring areas hit by Thurs- aay twuignt tornado a disaster area. That storm killed .18, injured more man 300 and caused damage of about 15 million dollars to the town and the huge Robins Air rorceBase. xx. PACKARD ORIGINALS A. Yes, a creation which is sure to meet the approval of the most descriminating mother an original Packard design, of rayon and nylon. In navy blue, or black. 14K2 to 24K2. 119.95 1 4 Four members of the Lovelady family were seriously injured in addition to the three killed near wxv Ashland. fxvrr. xH? treated at tne overcrowded Clay County Hospital were Miss Viola Lovelady, 35, xxxfx8 or the Lovelady couple; Birdie Lovelady Strickland. Vxii Mrs. Jones, granddaughter, and Mrs. Strickland's two sons, Wayne, 7, and Stanley, 8. All suffered severe head injuries. Others injured in the Ashland area included the Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Goodman, both about 80. Mrs. Fulks and her daughter Pi i were hurled a quarter-mile from xXxfxSSS their home by the twisting winds. Only one plank, part of a chimney and a washtub were left at the home site. The roof of a concrete block store collapsed during the Ashland storm, but nine persons who -t B. Another sure hit is this Packard chiffonin navy, black or pastels she'll enjoy now, right on through the summer 1412to242. xSP i -is xXXX xS tx, xf 1 SXVXJX ax X. VxJ. rxx- fell lii -r shelter inside were saved Infill, from death when it caught on a pickup truck. Mr. and Mrs. J. Brooks, operators of the Harkins Crossroads store, suffered minor in ix $1995 fill juries. The Lovelady home in the Ashland city limits was destroyed. W. T. Gaither, neighbor of the Loveladys, said he saw the tornado coming. "It was just like a roll of smoke shaped like a funnel and it had fire in it," he said. "It sounded like 12 or 14 jets taking off at one time, like a t- Aode ia TV I JlfTOrt.J i. HIP i 1 Hi' hundred freight trains running." Tx- BEAUTIFUL NYLONS Another person said wierd lights around the storm "looked like a thousand Roman candles." Fire following the tornado razed the Harkins Crossroads home of Warren Ford, 36-year-old Negro. He was away when the storm struck, and returned to find his little frame house in flames. "I lost everything, he said, "but I saved my best friend." He patted a pet dog that escaped from the wrecked and burning house. Ashland, Clay County seat, was blacked out when the winds and a Modl 2220X36 oiUy. 7 I III 1 In the spring's loveliest new shades and from the leading hosiery manufacturer anywhere Reigning Beauty 51 gauge 15 denier. lightning storm snapped power ana telephone lines. The first injured brought to the hospital Fd. tax and all warranties included Ye, this Admiral 21' console is BIGGER and BETTER! It has to with 245 sq. in. of widest angle, "easy on the eyes' were cared for by candle light. 1 Mrs. Norma Willis, Red Cross official at Ashland, estimated that about 15 houses were destroyed 4 79c "Bettina" Rogers onbeatabl nylon tricot slip value average ond tall proportioned lengths! Bodict and hem flounce of permanently pin-pleated nylon tricot vith insertions of matching Vol lace. In white, Petal Pink or Both lengfhs in sizes 32 to 40. Average 4.95 tall length, 5.95 anti-reflection pictures powered by the most powerful chassis in TV, the Admiral Super Cascodt that guarantees to pull in aU TV stations in your listening area. Plus these added features Exclusive Admiral "DX" Range Finder, Tone Control, "Silent-Glide Casters in authentic hand rubbed mahogany cabinet that blends superbly with any decorative motif. Come in today see this TV sensation offered by Admiral, the world's largest TV manufacturer. You'll see what we mean when we say it's BIGGER and BETTER! EASY TERMS in Clay County. Twelve houses were destroyed and a mile of utility lines and poles were hlown down or dam. aged south of Calera. About 150 linemen worked through the night stringing new wires. The houses hit near Calera were located in the Manooka community. Calera Is only nine miles south of Siluria, where a tornado injured 45 persons and caused three million dollars damage April 18. The April 18 storm swept southeast "across the state from the Tuscaloosa area into Columbus, killing nine persons Just Perfect for Mother's Day Television Headairarters Television Is Our Business, Not A Sideline Archeologists digging near Paestum, Italy, have discovered one million ancient art objects and trinkets in one of the most spectacular finds i rppprit rJf- 746 SO. DECATUR ST. PHONE 3-68704-2278 PHONE 6783 ades. some as far back as the sixth century B.C.

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