Monday, June 9, 1969 WBOW M* X//V am* Foft SALADS OR CRISCO OIL 10NG GrgAlK WONDER RICE cheese UOA* KEN-L- RATION BEANS VELVEETAsiR LOAF v •• -^ -^^ Size PUfclNA _ .DOG CHOW 5£ :i^A CHOW DETERGENT GPAVYTRAIM Sf CHOW LIQUID DET£RG€HT UGOJJp DOVE c?r UQUlb WISIC g!f.|.45 L'GIUID ^UDS TIME Acrtvje DrwseMt ^ JUMBO ALL w^ISS ALL PlASTic <SI/\NT ^ M .-« 47 GOMErCL^N5ER'"£4' SALVO TABLETS 77 WAX Doe FOOD ••••• HfRSHBY CLEANER^e^LUK LIQUID ««..8& S. .O.S. *. JQo CRAMER M "I—< ATAV LIQUID ^ GIANT C^AIM cSu? POWER 1.33 GiANTTiPE size ^MAOIESIA 1 COTTtfc Of /OO'S f%?~f ANACINTABIETS 97 SELTZER <£|ANT TREND TOCTfl f^Srt DETE^ceMr LIQU ID * DUZ. ToV 4*29*DETERGENT SI Ml LAC LIQUID !•« Co^TAC CAKULK BAoyEP. ASPIRIN SflfTLt <yioov PLUS BIG BONUS STAMPS, TOO! TRAVEL TOGS for actress Florinda Bolkan are slick leather trousers, topped with a fringed suede jacket. The Brazilian star was seen at Rome's airport. Kansas Prof Takes New View On Tornadoes LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — There is a popular notion in the tornado-prone Midwest that the safest place in the home to seek shelter from a tornado is in the southwest corner. A University of Kansas professor says it's a dangerous notion. Dr. J. R. Eagleman, head of the meteorology department, said the southwest corner may be a death trap. Richard Garrett, chief meteorologist of the Weather Bureau in Topeka, said Friday that the bureau stopped advising people to seek shelter in the southwest corner In 1966. Dr. Eagleman has been studying tornado damage throughout the Midwest since 1966, under a grant from the U.S. Public Health Service. "Most tornadoes really do come from the southwest," Ea- gieman said in a statement issued by the university. "In the past, weathermen have advised people to take shelter there, thinking that the worst of the damage would pass over quickly, leaving them safe. "In actuality, when people, take shelter in the southwest corner of a house on the first floor, not the basement, the brunt of the impact strikes the southwest, carrying with it heavy debris that may endanger those in that corner. Eagleman says that even in homes with basements, the north or northeast corner is safer. Garrett said the old advic6 was predicated on the assumption that as a tornado broke a house apart, the debris was more likely to be deposited on the northeast side of the house. He said the Weather Bureau's instructions now urge persons to seek shelter in a basement, preferably under a table or sturdy work bench. "If there is no basement," the instructions say, "take cover under heavy furniture in the center of the house." MIKE SHEPHERD Baytonian Is Promoted By K-Mart Store Mike Shepherd, 24, has been promoted to assistant manager of the Galveston K-Mart store and will report for duty Thursday. Shepherd, a life-long resident of Baytown, has been employed the Baytown K-Mart store for Tour years. He began as a stock x>y and has been promoted up to assistant store manager here. He and his wife, Gwon and their two children, David 3, and Angela 1, will move to Galveston where they will live in their mobil home. Shepherd is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School. He attended Lee College for one year. Some 15 million Americans have one or more birth defects which affect their daily lives, according to the March of Dimes.
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