The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1955 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1DW BLYTHEVTLLE^ (ARK.) COURIER NEWS — Tonight, Tomorrow — WMCT Channel 5, * WHIQ Channtl 13 WMCT frurwitj nlfht April M f-.00 Qioucho HfcTX 4:30 I.Led Three UTM 7:00 Drugnet 7:30 Theatre 8:00 Video Tbtatre tM Playhouse of Start 8:20 News Reporter 9:45 Drama 10:15 Weather 10:20 Tonight 11:00 Mystery Theatre 11:30 Sign Off Friday, April 3* 0:50 Meditation 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 Weather 8:00 Ding Dong School 8:30 Btort-land S:45 Shopping At Home 9:00 Home Show 10:00 Tenriessee Ernie Ford 10:30 Feather Your Nest 11:00 Charm with Cathy 11:15 Way of the World 11:30 Homemaker's Prog run 12:00 Newi 12:15 Farm Newt 12:30 TV Movie M»tlnt* 1:00 Ted Mack Mulnw 1:30 Greatest Gift l;tt Concerning MUi * Mtrlowe 1:00 Hawkins r»ll« 2:15 Flm Love 2:30 World of Mr. Sweeney 2:45 Modern Romances 3:00 Pinky Lee Show 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 Movie Time 5:00 Cartoons 5:15 Interesting Person 3:25 Interesting Person 5:30 Eddie Fisher 5:45 News Caravan 8:00 Wild Bill Hlckok 6:30 Life or Rlley 7:00 Big Story 7:30 Gene Autry 8:00 Cavalcade of Suortc 8:45 Sports Spotlight 9:00 Herb Parsons 9:30 News Reporter 9:45 Loretta Young 10:15 Weather 10:20 Tonight 11:00 Myitery Theatre 11:» Sign Off WHBQ Chattel IS frurMUy night April W 6:00 Ray MUUnd 6:30 Climax 7:30 Four Star Playhout* 8:00 Public Defender 8:30 Daymon Runyon 9:00 T-Men In Action 8:30 Do You Know Why 9:35 Ozzle & Harriet 10:05 Weather 10:10 News 10:15 Late Show Friday, April 2f B:55 Farm News 7:00 Morning Show 7:25 Mid South News 7:30 Morning Show 7:55 Memphis News 8:00 Garry Moore 8:30 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Valiant Lady 10:15 Love ol Life 10:30 Search For Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 Stay Youag With JOT* 11:15 Road of Ufe 11:30 Welcome Traveler! 12:00 News 12:05 Sntcker Flickers 12:30 House Party 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Lady of the HOUM i:4S Bob Crosby 3:00 Brighter D»j 2:15 Secret Storm 2:30 On Your Account 3:00 Early Show 4:25 Amy Vanderbllt 4:30 Mars Patrol 5:00 Weather 5:05 News 5:15 Ha noontime 5:30 Doug Edward* 5:45 Perry Como 6:00 Mama 6:30 Topper 7:00 Ellery Queen 7:30 Our Mis* Brooks 8:00 The Line Up 8:30 Mayor of the Town 9;00 Big Town 9:30 Do You Know Why 8:35 Pepsi. Cola Playhouse 10:05 Weather 10:10 News 10:15 Late Show Scientist Says 'Rainmaking' Caused Floods Army Experiments Blamed for Missouri Valley Floods in '52 By BILL RICHARDSON ALBUQUERQUE (.#—The man man who fathered the science of making rain said today he believes armed forces experiments may have caused the disastrous Missouri. Valley floods of June 1952. Dr. Irving Langmuir, a Nobel Prize winner and consultant for General Electric Co. experiments with rainmaking, also declared: 1. An Air Force test on a tornado off the eastern coast Oct. 17, 1947, may have turned the twister off its course and pushed, it into Savannah, Ga., with damage of five million dollars. 2. There is evidence that rainmaking in some areas may create drought in others. Seeking: Answers Langmuir was interviewed while attending the International Arid Lands Symposium, where scientists from 18 nations are seeking- answers to the rapidly growing arid regions which already cover a third of the earth's land surface. He declared that he thinks now— and insisted at the time—that a single silver iodide generator operating at Alamogordo, N. M., under Project Cirrus caused the steady downpours which drowned the "Missouri Valley three years ago. "We had been seeding for some time, and the storms kept getting bigger and better. I told them (the | armed forces heads administering the project) that I felt we ought to stop seeding us the rains in the Missouri Valley kept falling. "But the administrator of the project was on vacation at the time. No one would take responsibility for ordering the seeding stopped. "Finally, I told them we must stop, things were getting serious. "We stopped on July 2. On Julj< 7 the flood just about devastated ' Omaha." ! Can Affect Weather Langmuir explained how a lone cloud generator in New Mexico could affect the weather so far away: The silver iodide particles are sent into the air, say, in New Mexico, Winds from the west blow them across the Mississippi, where they come in contact with moist air masses coming in from the Gulf of Mexico. A particle of silver iodide about the size of a pencil dot is enough to affect a cubic mile of air weigh- ng 100 million tons, Langmuir said. Once a storm has been started, it triggers other storms. And if the cloud seeder is restarted at intervals, you get rain at about the same intervals. "If we had stopped our generator two weeks earlier," Langmuir said, "the Missouri Valley floods would not have happened." Langmuir said that on Oct. 17, 1947, an Air Force plane seeded a tornado heading north off the East Const. The twister turned 120 degrees, "which the Weather Bureau said was impossible," and smashed On to Savannah. "There was. not one chance in 7,000 that the tornado would have tu'-necl if it had not been seeded. Langmuir said. "I had suggested that we wait until the storm was further north nnd out to sea to experiment. ' Chile's vast mining resources produce two-lhirds of all the minerals mined in South America. RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS SN Cl. L»IM A«. Pho. 1-SM1 EASTMAN KODAKS Movie Cameras KIRBY DRUG STORES LOW Prices DiilflW and iotlfed in Old HIAVIN Hill DISTILICDIK INC,.. . .' MWSTOWH, KWTUCICY FOR COMPLETE MFA Mutual Insurance Protection See Carl D. Brannum Auto — Truck — School Bus Farmer's and Personal Liability General Liability—Workmen's Compensation Fire — Farm Equipment Hospital and Surgical Benefits Insurance Protection No Assessments—No Membership Pees—Quick Nation-Wide Service—Low Rates—Renewal Dividends. Carl D. Brannum 2301 W. Rose St. Phone PO 3-8896 An Important Tip To Property Owners It is now the season for termites to begin swarming. If you see any of these pests around your place, you had better get busy and do something about them. Because termites stay busy day and night, winter and summer. Don't wait until you have an expensive repair. If you will call us we will give you free inspection and estimate. We are licensed by the State Plant Board and issue a continuous working contract. Superior Termite Co. 535 N. 6th—Blytheville, A.rk.—Phone POpiar 2-2350 PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Genuine HICKORY SMOKED COUNTRY HAMS Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries 2-2043 Call In D< We Come In 1044 Chick PAGE KIN? LITTLt ill— The law ot gravity doesn't op- ply lo »v«t>lWn9. It's «04t«r td ptek up o girl than to drop htr. Acrylic flbert dry qutckly Mid require little or no ironing. They are w»rm without weight, c»n be made to resemble •Ilk, wool or other Jib- en. They •« difficult to dye, so are u«d in combination with other fibers for this reason. Lost Delegates Leave Indonesia JAKARTA, Indoneiia (<P>—The Prime Ministers ol Indit, Burm» and Egypt left (or home yesterday as Indonesia slowly settled back to normal after the 29-nation Asian- African conference. Of the main conference attrftct- tlons, only Red China's Premier Chou Bn-lai tUyed on, for another two days a* a gueat of Prwi- dent Soekarno. India'a Nehru, Burma's U Nu and Egypt's Oamal Abdel Nasser left aboard the same plane. Soekarno entertained Chou last night at a dinner, followed by » reception in the gardens of the presidential palace. The spectators watched Javanese dancing girls perform. HOUSE FOR SALE la the highest bidder. Pint bouse wHi of Flnt Methodist Church on W. Main St. (Known as the Williams horn.) Contact office of Flnt Methofelst Church at see J. W. Adams at Adiroi AppUanot Co. for details of sale, BMs will he closed May 14. You an invited to attend.our GRAND OPENING Saturday, May 7th Free Fir* Chief Hatt and Lollipops for tht Wdt. ... Free set of Whirewall Tires, English Bicycle, TabU Radio . . . Register May 2 through May 7th For These Valuable Prises TEXACO SERVICE STATION Ash and Division Streets HEAP BIG SMOKE BUT NO FIRE! SMOKE SALE We Goi the SMOKE - • • You Get the BARGAINS! All New Spring and Summer Merchandise 1 SALE STARTS FRIDAY, APRIL 29 at 8:30 A.M. LADIES SKIRTS R.g. 1.98 - Now 1.59 2.39 2.95 BLOUSES 2.95 .-.- 3.95 Reg. .98 . . 1.98 . Now 790 1 59 Bird's Eye DIAPERS Regularly 7.98 1.59 First Quality 27"x27" LADIES SHOES Reg. 4.95 .... 3.95 .... 2.95 Now 3. 2. 2.39 ONE LOT 98c QUApRICA PRINT Reg. 49c yd. 80 Sq. Count 3 Yds... $|00 ONE LOT Ladies Half Slips Regularly 2.45 Each - - NYLON HOSE Regularly 1.00 59 C 51 Gauge—15 Denter One Lot Mens T-Shirts Regularly 98c Blue Tan Maize 69< One Lot Boys Sport Shirts Regularly 1.98 1.29 Short Sleeves Sizes 2 to 18 JOHNSON'S PRINT Reg. 39e Yd. 60 Sq. Count { A AA 4Yds... *1 UU J. & P. COATS Crochet Thread Regularly 29e 19' ONE LOT Juniors & Teens DRESSES Regularly to 4.95 1. LOT FANCY ONE; Mens T-Shirts Regularly 1.98 ONE LOT MENS NYLON SHIRTS LADIES DRESSES Rag. 8.95 - - - 5.95 3.95 2.98 Wash Dresses 80 Sq. Cloth . Now 5.95 4.45 3.39 2.29 ONE LOT MENS SHOES Regularly to 8.95 4.95 Men's TUF-NUT OVERALLS 2. Pair Khaki & Grey Pants Regularly 2.98 2.59 KHAKI & GREY SHIRTS Regularly 1.9S 1.79 VISIT OUR NEW STORE EVENSKY'S THE NEW STORE 123 W. MAIN

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