The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVn,LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY. OCTOHER 25, 1955 Forecosfr of the Future; Treak' Storm Pattern May Become Normal' By DOUGLAS LARSKN NKA Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON 7 — (NBA) — The ''freak" hurricane and rain-storm pattern which has caused record damage in New England and the Middle Atlantic States for two years could become "normal." At least the Army Corps of Engineers and U. S. Weather Bureau are making this assumption in their planning for emergency and long-range flood control for this area. However, it will take ihe Army i ward ovrr land until they dissipat-j for . New England was based on about three years to start perma- cd or were blown oui :o S<M by the! known weather patterns up until nent flood control projects which! jet stream now crossing Canada. then. We are cmms: to have to sup- meet the hew weather situation. It ... plemom Unu plan to includlc the will take the Weather Bureau more Also, this northerly shifi of the , new conditions." than a year and a half to improve I jet streams has moved the normal \ The lVe;u«er Bureau is making 1 its warning service to cope with the j high pressure pomis over the At Ian-! plans to install new types of rain- new menace. j tic hundreds of miles closer to the : detecting: radar over the area, be- And that's only if Congress ap-; U. S. And the eit'eci of this h;is been propriates the money. to hold local sionns and other un- Recent torrential rains which ! usual weather over the ease coast flooded the already water-damaged; for extended periods. area now convince experts of the | This accounts for the record heat accuracy of a theory on the cause ; of last .summer in the East, and the recent rains. The big mystery, of course, is why the jet streams have moved. Jerome Namias, the Weather Bureau's top expert on long-ranee forecasts, admits that they have no sure answer. "It could be caused by changing sun.spois, increasing of the new storm pattern. PREVAILING UPPER WINDS Associated with Hurricane Paths along Eastern Coast U. S- DEPARTMENT OP QCiMNdERCE WEATHER BUREAU CHART 1 Dangerous Spot GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. M*H-Th(? Cfisnule Pharmacy is beginning to think maybe it took an untennbl.e position. H is at ihe lop of H '"i" 1 formed by U.S. lf> and the Grand Rapids IJypa.s. cast of Gnu Jinve smaslie time (here w imd the first er. about 10 miles aouth- 1 Hapld.s. Three cars into it 11 year. Each s about $5,000 damage rash killed a custom- CHANGED PATH OF PREVAILING WINDS and effect on East Coast is traced on this map. A high - altitude, high - speed stream of prevailing west-to-ea.st wind, which used to flow across the top of the U. S.. has shifted to cross the center of Canada. This "jet stream" — named so because it i? narrow and fast — used tc blow most of the tropical 1 unknown factors," he says. hurricanes out to the Atlantic be-1 He can't predict whether the jet fore they hit the U. S. east coast. At the same time a prevailing jet stream east-to-west, which used to cross lower Florida, for the past- two years has blown across the center of North Carolina. The effect of this has been to suck newly-born tropical hurricanes inland over the Carolinas, and permit them to move north- Congress last year gave the Weather Bureau seven and one-half million dollars for a four-year program F.O improve flood reporting in New England. Bureau officials say that they need more than that, spent more quickly, 10 meet, the i new weather conditions, of the stream shift.will be permanent orj area revert to "normal" next year. | After Congress grants funds spe- . , . \ cifically for the radar it will take Bui .otli he and Chief of Army 18 months to install it. temperature of the earth or other West Germans See Saarland As Europe's New Trouble Spot Engineers. Lt. Gen. Samuel D, The total 1936 Army Engineer Stm-gis. say they are assuming that flood control program for New Engine new weather pattern misht last j land has « Price Ing of 372 million for many years for planning purposes. Sturgis explains: "The basic 1936 flood control pi ALL NEW 10.3 cu. ft. DELUXE FRIGIDAIRE Combination Food Freezer-Refrigerator Here's a "kitchen-size" separate food freezer and a huge self-defrosting refrigerator section that has Roll-fo-You Shelves, big Meat Tender, and 2 gliding Porcelain Hydrators. The Storage-Door has butter and cheese compartments, lots of tall-bottle space, new Egg Server and left-over containers. See it now! Adams Appliance Co., Inc. We Give Quality Stamps 208 - 206 W. Mam Phone 2-2071 dollars. So far 60 million dollars of it have been spent. Since this summer's floods the Army has spent about half of a 27 million dollar emergency fund supplied by Federal Civil Defense Administration. It is being used on such thingrs as restoring sewage fa- t cilities, repairing bridges and generally Betting' a community operat- | ing again. More will be given fay FCDA for recovering from recent floods. New England governors are asking Uncle Sam to spend 30 million dollars next yenr to speed up the Army's basic flood control program by building dams and improving river beds. But unless emergency money is given to the Engineers immediately for advance planning, that sum cannot be spent economically next year, Gen. Sturgis insists. He estimates that it will be 1958 before special projects aimed at controlling effects of the new weather pattern can even be started. Elaborate studies on drainage and rainfall with the new weather data must be made before major dams to control the situation can! be built. LONDON <••?> — Western Europe years ago, his first regressive move, yesterday viewed the pro-German { German newspapers which victory in the Saar with misgivings verging on anxiety. There was a feeling the 991-square mile territory on the French-German border has emerged once again a,s a trouble spot carryng the seed. of international discord. Bonds to Head Ohio College Brit i s h newspapers especially showed concern over what some described as "Nazi style" campaisn tactics of those Saarlanders who led the campaign against Europeaniza- tion of the territory. Though the election result was not-unexpected the headlines clearly reflected the shock felt in Britain and revived reluctant memories ol Hitler's march into the Saar 20 \V A K N I N G 0 K D E R IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Joyce Holman (.Col), Pltf. * vs. No. 13,13 William Holman (Col). Dft. The defendant. William Holma (Col 1 , is hereby warned to appea | within thirty days in the cour LOS ANGELES .#,—The bigpept- j named in [he caption hereof an junior college in the nation is Los | answer {he comp i a jm of the plain Angeles City College, its director riff> Joyce Holman (Col). sa - vs - Dated this 17th day of October 1955. SEAL LA College Said Biggest CLEVELAND <.-l l t — A. B. Bonds Jr,, former Arkansas commission- '. er of education, has been named president of Baldwin-Wallace College. , Bonds. 42. was .selected Saturday by .the Methodist school's trustees i i to succeed Dr. John L. Knighi who i Premier Hoffmann and his govern- lesignecl !ast vear . j mem for emotions stirred during '• re-! ported the campaign voluminously j were slow to comment on Che re-! suit. One of the few editorials—in the independent West Berlin B.Z.— blamed the French-backed the campaign and said: "it is their fault that f.he paign aroused overheated nationalist .feelincs among the population which are unworthy of our century.' The college, founded 110 years cam . i ago, has a co-educational enrollment of about 1,700, Bonds, who served as Arkansas : education commissioner from 1949 LO 1953, now heads the U. S. government's Point 4 education program in Egypt, i YOU SAVE YOUR MONEY Get more from savings by enjoying better income from every dollar - yel having them at hand, if you should need them, and always safe! 0-9 Current Dividend Rate 3% Blytheviiie Federal Savings & Loan Association 200 N. 2nd St. Phone 3-4553 John L. Lombardi reported that 18,288 students are attending night and day classes this semester. The college, established in 1923, is one of seven operated by the city school system. OERALDINE LISTON. Clerk By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C Percy A. Wright. Atty. 10 lft-25-ll.'l-i The world-fdmotis Reversing Palls Rapids nre located nt the mouth' of Ihe Snint John River Saint John. New Brunswick, Canada. PROVINCIAL CABINETRY- DISTINGUISHED PERFORMANCE! THE SUPERB 21-INCH CHALFONT DELUXE RCAViCTOR A 'utch treat... meriean style Now RCA Victor brings you rich Provincial cabinetry with :itl (he charm and authenticity that only master craftsmen <;nn create. But the new 21-inch RCA Victor Chalfont Deluxe gives you far more than beauty. You pl. finMl. MocKJ JIIM47. Ret new "1-Phis" Piciure Quality for ihe brightest, clearest pictuir in TV! New 2-speaker Balanced Fidelity- Sound ... new "High-Side" Tuning! See RCA Victor's new Chalfont Deluxe today. S«t lh« BIG CHANGE IN TV BY RCA Victor today! 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The commission urged American communities to adopt f iuordation as a public health measure. The council on pharmacy and chemistrv and the council on foods and nutrition of the American Medical Association issued joint statements in 1951 stating that the addition of 1 p. p.m. of fluoride to community water supplies is safe. FOR FLOURIDATION

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