The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on August 15, 1952 · 8
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · 8

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Friday, August 15, 1952
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t THE LINCOLN ST A II Friday. August IS, 19S2 -jNIAe Anrilvef 'ftririei Foroirtn - AAinicler-Erfn - fer las Sevenft In State This YeariSuiiivan Dies iwet$ while chunhm Beams Wednesday night's tornado which hit in the eoutheast area was Nehresk h hit in the smitheant srea' n fe the eeventh twister to strike CJlAf1 KffflC stka thia-ear, aecordlna to"" WWICKW W. R. Stevene, chief meteorologist' all If at tha Lincoln Waathar Bureau. ,LOW VI OV HtlVG Nebrs.kans can escort a tor-! , ,M,V redo any tima durlnj tha sprint J LSlm I it. and eumrner monthe and thayOQVeCf HIS tlC vanra warning that detraction la on tti way. "A tornado la Just ona of those thlnai wa can never be aura about," Steven mid. "It hit only a small area and tha condition are tha an ma a cause levere thunderstorms." j Technically, a tornado la earned by a rapid decresse -In tempera' ture combined with a harp In-eraaaa in altitude which, aela up Strong eonvectlve currents, according to the meteorologist "And tha more moisture there la In the air, the mora likrly a tornado will hit," Stevena added. An Ashland farmer, Virgil Owen, gave thanks Thursday from hla hospital bed to a now dead cow that he aaid "may have aaved my life." Owen wa trapped In hla barn Wednesday night when tornado awept through his farm and felled tha barn on top or him. "The llghta and power had just gone off," he said, "and I was milking by baud when all of tha sudden I ff It the barn shaking, RUrted Te Raa "I didn't have time to think. I started to run toward tha east wall and the building alM fell to the cant. rityui People In the central Mississippi ... 11-.. .u. . at.. ...1.1... ..I.,, Trjr, mo urn ..., . . eauaht Mwwn fr,nniU run r a rfuriti .. "V "8a w" causni oetween T.T, . " 'Z.i 2 IrZI l,L, r.ll. ins timber antt rubble and 1 JA WEST CHESTER, Pa. WWu-l LONDON (lNS)-Brltih For neral services for Mark 8ulllvan,;ln , Secretary Anthony Eden umniaie, wno oieo or a nean- av ciariasa Spencer-Churchill, niece tack here, will be held Saturday, Sullivan would have been 78 on Sept. 10, A working newspaperman, su thor and political analyst for t years, Sullivan waa atricken at his farm noma in nearby Avondale. lie continued to write hla twlce- a-week column for the New York Herald-Tribune and other news papers almost to the. moment of his death. of the prime minister, The ceremony waa hallod by London throngs but bitterly criu cized by an Anglo-Catholic news paper, Mobs of Londoners were drawn to the Caxton Hall Registrar's of fice, where Winston Churchill acted as best man for the 85-year- old Eden, who exchanged vows with the pretty. 32-year-old blonde. Diplomat Eden waa happily confused at times during and after the ceremony. But he waa alert at the conclusion of the ceremony and remembered to kiss the bride. While all the excitement was going on, Churchill himself hung back smiling broadly aa he watched tha exit of hla niece and political -heir apparent" Meanwhile the Church Times. which describes itself as "Anglo- Catholic and Independent," but Is not an official organ of the Church of England, published a blisterlns criticism of Eden'a remarriage. I me newspaper suggested the wedding waa as Indiscreet as the; In with Ma criticism of tden, dl-American Democratic Party nom-jvorced In 1950, lllujoia Cov ' inauon of a divorced man lor Adiai aievenson, wno the presidency. The paper tied .divorced man. amamm OWE Jfe Mate chilly months. The chief, meteor- , wonder how much pressure of whom were home Wednesday very uniiKtiy in me wmwr. didn't even know where my left was injured. If there' a bright spot In this year's picture, it's tha fact that, according to Incomplete reports from the state, July went by without bringing a tornado with It. "Something that doesn't hapin too often in Nebraska," said Ste vens, arm was, (Owens left shoulder j 111 1 ' was dislocated.) - ! T a. nl a. The first thing i thought about rioneer IGST rllOt waa my family. 1 noiiered lor Help and my fmily cam. and answered Falls 0 Hl$ Death rrusj hut thaw MUtlrin't flat ma nut " Caw Died BUHROWSVILLE. Va. WV-One "The cow that fell on my leas at Pioneers of faster-than- Th tornado report for Nebraska probably saved my life. She wea'sound flight plummeted to hia for mi la as follows: j"1' I1"1 "P Inside and died.ldeath Thursday from an explod- April Nortl,eat of Beaver!-'- "- '- ' w ng B.43 jt bomber But with his numb arm and cuts' test pilot Herbert If. and bruises on the head which all "oover, a native of Knoxville, but closed hia eyes, Owen thinks Tenn., and the first man to fly he Is "still lucky." j the Bell XI, an experimental pro- "l'm lucky 1 came out of ltitotype of present-day eupersonlc sllve," he said. "I lost my barns -aircraft. The four-Jet bomber exploded over thla Southeastern Virginia community and Hoover and a Cltv May South of Potter. May II -Northern Cheyenne County. May tChevenne County. June 1 O'Neill. June tt East of Crete. - Autuat II- Ashland-Richland David City, Talmage area. Chrittmat Drive' DAVENPORT. Ia. ( Sum- mertlme, with the mercury hitting liove DO, miKht aeem liaa a funny time to be planning your holiday decorations for nest Christmas. But not to the 40 members of the Davenport Retail Merchants Bureau. They put on a drive recently to falsa $10,000 for street decorations when Christmaa cornea, . Cf It mt Ymr NemrBt Retmller and soma; rattle but those things will heal tnemseives." Owen lives a mile north of Ash- land. He haa four children, two companlon bailed out 1111 mil w mmun"' '.""Ml """"" "! MIXER-TYPE BE VERA6ES rsi.s ust oiM.ra si a arai iNii Tsa i.atrvraciT hhiii son TOM !4U.IMa 2 a"lf Oa. JLVC NO DEPOSIT NO RETURN R. H. 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