The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1953 · Page 7
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MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN 36 Injured as Train Wrecks in Mountains SUPKEIOB, Mont (APi — An electrified streamliner left the rails In Montana's Bitterrott Mountains yesterday and 36 persons were hurt ks five cars spilled down a banfc. Sparxs Irom broken power wires set two others afire. A broken rail was blamed (or the wreck of the Milwaukee Railroad's eastbound 10-car Olympla- Hiawattmn five miles east of this Western Montana community of tut. Most of the 163 passengers were j,,—- Sea Urchins Cut Steel SAN FRANCISCO (IP) — Sea urchins have destroyed submerger steel beams % of an Inch thick in the Pacific off Ellwopd, calif., in a little more than 20 years, says the magazine Pacific Discovery, published by the California Academy of Sciences. The little marine animals, about the size of a silver dollar and covered with spines, long have been notorious for boring into rocks and asleep as the train, bound from Seattle to Chicago, cracked up rolling through a valley In the Blt- terroots some 60 miles northwest of Missoula, Mont., and 160 miles southeast of Spokane, Wash. Sparks snapping from broken and downed power lines fired a $325,000 glass top observatoin car and a day coach, and both burned to the. shells after passengers escaped. A wooden trestle beneath them was fired. The last five cars—the diner and four sleeping cars—went down a 15-foot embankment. "The good Lord seemed to be with us," said Ernest B. Weygandt of Portland, Ore., who was in a bedroom compartment in the rear car. "I woke up when our car began bouncing over the ties, then came to rest at a 45-degree angle." S. W. Finney of Molalla, Ore., reefs but this Is the first time they 1 who was in the observation car, have been known to destroy metal, I said, "The only thing that kept us the magazine reported. | on the tracks was a light pole. We The steel was In the form of H /earns. The %-inch thick web or cross bar of the H was eaten entirely away in several instances, making the underpinnings of a.pier useless. Marine biologists said the urchins did it withtheir Diogenes Lanterns — five-pronged jaws with which . the little animals scrape their food from rocks or other surfaces. The constant scraping kept rust from accumulating and kept the bare, unprotected steel subject to the corrosion of sea water. IT'S A-PEELING-Even the lowly hot dog has been improved by science. On view in New York is the latest innovation—a frankfurter with a zipper. Those who prefer a skinless hot dog just pull the zipper that cleaves the casing for easy peeling off. hit it." Final A-Test Is Postponed LAS VEGAS, Nev. 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