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f Page 10 Tornado Forecasting Improvements Expected to Forestall Muth Damage By FRANK CARET AP Science Reporter Seven tornadoes ripping through parts of five states causing record destruction of property and loss of human life Victims struck down almost without warning A death toll of 689 in Missouri Illinois and Indiana alone Other dead in Kentucky and Tennessee raising the fatality list - to 790 with 3033 injured and almost 18 million dollars damage in the five states ' All this on a March day 30 years ago Could such wholesale death and destruction hit without warning today? Possibly say the weathermen but not likely 45 Minutes Notice Chances are that improvements In tornado forecasting and tracking would save many lives and forestall much damage The warning system is still far from perfect Scientists of the U S Weather Bureau say the best notice that can be given to pinpoint a specific city or town is about 45 minutes - But advances in meteorology have made it possible generally to alert an area of between 8000 and 10000 square miles two to three hours in advance as to the probability of tornadoes Narrow Margin - "'Mat still may sound like a very broad area in which to get people alerted and excited without being able to say exactly where a tornado might strike" meteorologist Theodore Gleiter said in an interview "But as recently as 1952 we were alerting in terms of a 20000 square mile area—so that in two years Pre-Season Sale Sno-Breeze Coolers 4000 CFM $1150 3000 CM 4140 1500 CFM $80 Includes water pump end window adopter PONCA SHEET METAL CO 214 West Grand 1 NOW the smallest lightest hearing aid in Zenith's history! - The new tubeless 3 SUCH CONVENIENCE' SUCH CLARITY! SUCH COMFORT! - As powerful as some hearing aids at least twice its sizesmaller than many hearing aids selling at twice its price—the tiny 3-transistor "Royal-M" is another Zenith - - muterpieceand ' Only '4100 Bono essochodiom accessory at moderate seta cost EASY TIME-PAYMENT PLANTO-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE rOttITH HEAgitiG AIDS We Have Batteries for - WAINER& DRUG &PRESCRIPTION SHOP LR1 104 North Third 7744:444t1444441 42 "ssdeko oidoo::1141 -'' - — - - - '' - -- -- - :' - s'7774!'"'7777"7"777"r71- -- i - I ' s-':4' : :i41144i--4aN11 N4N11' A1svozkkl'W - - ''- 1-- 1' oemaions‘ ' 4 !''': 4 --30iii - - "A4A" 1 A ' : - - 'i - :: -1:' " : - - - 1 : - :' : - - - - i: t e - :- ' ::: -- --!:y' - 4 -- I -1 1 4 :::::- - - -- - - - - - - - - iii-- :6: : -- :::-:- -i i : - :1: --- ----- :--- -: :-: :::::- -- -'-1-lo'- I 11111fl I ('-' -"1:' --:-':-:::: ' : - ::::': ::::::- - Noiranno ::::::p--- : - -:--: ::-- :-::- r - : :i: -- '''7k :: '''''''44:' -'''''''' :::::::::' 00'!:?f7::Yr ' ' ! : 1 11? 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- ' - '11"' i' - t ations now are that in by mid-summer and several are i t - --- ) v : - I - -maybe even within a planned in Oklahoma - ‘ ' - I - i t - will narrow down the Each station will probe for severe 1 I i "' ' ! e and possibly extend storms within an area of up to 200 I --:-:°P-' 1 -- alert to six hours'" miles c 1 f- ! - ' ' - '-- - ?' i ' P N ! he said that the pin- The Weather Bureau has its own iit 41 d i - 3 --- - t v 1-out warning maYLbe or co-operative radar stations in 1 --' s " '----:n siderably "a EPII"g other sections of the country r ' -' quell tt r ' 0 ) 1 I - - t --) The severe local storms warning z '-01r4 :L - k ey Workers - center — nicknamed - SELS — at ! : 1 1 t ): '' SA nsive war against tor- Kansas City is the Weather Bu- i liz-- key workers are still reau's nerve center for correlating t t --0 3- k t ) i 0 °gists of the Weather information on severe storms V the armed forces who Exchange' Information -- ''- probabilities on the This center will exchange meteor- 11- C: Dspheric conditions oligical information with its mil- N say while radar and itary counterpart the S e v e r e - - -pt ) s are valuable tools Weather Warning Center atTinker J ‘ :e must still be placed Air Force Base Okla The latter ' t 1 - and legwork of thou- system utilizes 72 air weather ' I ' 7"' P I ' nteer spotters service radar stations Also feeding - c t tribute to newspapers into SELS will be information from ' levision in giving the the Navy's Aerological Service 1 -4--' : - ' information A case This over-all system will mark I '' -' lint is supplied by the the Weather Bureau's first big 1) 'ress' Oklahoma City scale test of radar in tornado de- tection - 0 a tornado hit Meeker - The new detection system which -- 4 1 snite of considerable tunes - in lightning is known as The Ponca City (Okla) we've narrowed down the margin some 10000 square miles "And indications now are that in a few years—maybe even within a year — we will narrow down the area still more and possibly extend the advance alert to six hours" It's possible he said that the pinpointed or all-out warning ma3r be speeded considerably this spring and summer - ' Key Workers - In the defensive war against tornadoes the key workers are still the meteorologists of the Weather Bureau and the armed forces who plot tornado probabilities on the basis of atmospheric conditions And they say while radar and other devices are valuable tools major reliance must still be placed on the eyes and legwork of thousands of volunteer spotters - They pay tribute to newspapers radio and television in giving the public quick information A case history in point is supplied by the Associated Press' Oklahoma City Bureau Last May 1 a tornado hit Meekey Okla and in spite of considerable destruction no one was killed An AP reporter on the scene asked one woman if she had any explanation "I sure do" she said "We were all watching the television weatherman Harry Volkman He said tornadoes might be expected in this area God bless Harry Volkman" Factors Listed - Factors on which these expectations are based include: - 1 A more extensive network of volunteer tornado spotters - 2 Institution of the first co-ordinated Weather Bureau network -of radar stations specifically designed for severe storm spotting and tracking -3 A new - electronics detection system -which in effect "tunes in" on lightning from tornadoes and other major storms thus furthering the spotting and tracking process: The spotter network now extends for 75 miles around each of 170 Weather Bureau offices Spotters range from filling station attendant to Civil Defense plane spotters who double up on the job - New Network The new radar network includes 14 stations in Texas 4 each in Louisiana Nebraska and Kansas and 1 each in Iowa and Arkansas I - transistor "ROYAL-'M" - Weighs only 2 22 elm's Including sIngto "A" battery Itomerkabl dpth end malisnu wstrattits "OK v Yto'r All Types of Hearing Aids llh' t c - - - ROgers 5-4312 Itomorkoblo dopth end toolisol So smolt so tight yew forgot voter soaring id News Monday March 28 1955 Texas is planning more stations Missouri will have two in operation by mid-summer and several are planned in Oklahoma Each station will probe for severe storms within an area of up to 200 miles The Weather Bureau has its own or co-operative radar stations in other sections of the country The severe local storms warning center -- nicknamed SELS at Kansas City is the Weather Bureau's nerve center for correlating information on severe storms Exchange Information This center will exchange meteoroligical information with its military counterpart the Severe Weather Warning Center atTinker Air Force Base Okla The latter system utilizes 72 air weather service radar stations Also feeding into SELS will be information from the Navy's Aerological Service This over-all system will mark the Weather Bureau's first big scale test of radar in tornado detection - The new detection system which tunes - in lightning is known as "sferics"—short for atmospherics It will be tested in a co-operative effort by the Air Weather Service of the Air Force and the Army Signal Corps Stations are at Altus Air Force Base Okla Fort Smith Ark Salina Kan and Oklahoma A & M College Stillwater Okla Oklahoma A & M is the headquarters of Dr H: L Jones an engineer whose theories inspired the sferics system It's Jones theory that lightning - from tornadoes occurs at a much more rapid rate than lightning from other storms suggesting a possible clue in identifying twisters and following their progress Temporary Board - Cif YMCAto Meet: Tuesday Evening Next meeting of the YMCA temporary board of directors is scheduled for Tuesday evening in the 101 Ranch Room of the Jens-Marie Hotel it has been announced H L Guyton of Dallas district secretary for this area explained the duties of the board and committee members at the Tuesday evening session of the group in the hotel - The only three requirements are Christian interest a certified secretary and affiliation with the area and national council he said Activity and progress reports must be submitted regularly and 3 percent of the net income is contributed toward certain area and national council services such as six paid specialists to assist on special projects Guyton told the group Guyton also stated that the September 1954 poll of boys girls and young adults shows that 10114 are not engaged in any particular organized activities - i -Of the 1900 boys in grade schools I 495 are members of the Boy Scouts and -1405 non-members In Junior High School there are 1350 stu dents 250 of whom are Boy Scouts and in Senior - High School with 1034 students there' are 75 scouts and 959 non-members Dr E H Arrendell was elected president of the temporary board by acclamation - Serving on the nominating committee are - M L Atkinson Leo Frohlich Lowe 11 Doggett Esther Doepel Holt and S IL McMurry Members of the temporary board of directora are Don Thurber Doggett the Rev W D Gilbert Clark Bonham C A Lem Lard- Bernard Bradley Mrs L D Grubb Mr and Mrs Oren Art Roger Trengove Mr and Mrs Howard Wright L: D Leffler Frohlich Mrs Holt- Atkinson Jim McNeese Bill Maugans 11 E C Rivers McMurry Joe Golden SIMMONS MATTRESSES AS LOW tj095 AS A7 Matching Box Springs $2995 ROgers 5-6609 - ASIMIMMtRA - THE BLACKWELL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE was high bidder on this heavy Hereford exhibited by Joan Meade Nardin at right during the Blue Ribbon Sale of the county junior livestock show at Newkirk Friday night Luther Edwards chairman of a chamber committee at the sale is shown with the animal and the girl The animal brought $31310 - ManusCripts Are Read' - I At Scribblers Meeting A meeting - was 2 held by the - Scribblers Thursday night in the home of Mrs Graydon Brown 2100 - John Mrs Brown reported on a speech by Mrs Argye Briggs of Bartlesville author of d'Root Out of Dry Ground" made at a Theta Sigma Phi Alumnae luncheon at Stillwater ' - Mrs Delia Castor reported on a speech by Mrs Edith Copeland Norman book page editor of the Daily' Oklahoman at a meeting of the Writers Club last week in Stillwater' - ' Mrs Edwin Young a guest at the Scribblers meeting gave the highlights of the talk by Mrs Helen Butler of Bartlesville novelist who was guest speaker at the Woman's Club Monday - Mrs Don Mitchell read several of - her manuscripts including two stories and one poem and gave an original reading Talse Teeth" New members at the meeting were Mrs oe Creager Mrs Ethel Grimm Johnson and Mrs Dale Shackelford Kaw City The next meeting will be April 22 in the home of Mrs Frances Boggus -118 Whitworth stern Howard Johnsto ri Harry Ames the Rev Bill Henry L A Harris)) erger Art Cunningham Myron Chamberlain and Charlie Hull - 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The lowest longest leanest new car fashion you ever laid eyes on a KnOCKOUL: ine lowest Jo new car fashion you ever EDGP First and Central ii FOR THE BEST IN TV SEE "IT'S A GREAT LIFE" "CL FOR THE BEST - Cwt 1993 by Womb Sint Cartoons bom T M Reg U S Po- 011 1111111111113-28 '71i Have all your clothes cis $1101 elfr 11116 66- 6 1 66 NIB a CO - 205 N Second ROgers 2-1247 First Door North ot Bus Station 1c74111-014Nr Siesta 1 : to maEle this First andCentral IN TV SEE "IT'S A GREAT LIFE" YES OAESA WERE rm TUMBLE- ooNNIA 4 WEEDS TuRNI SEARCH To FLY WiTH TN' CANYON ME "MS TRiP! WALLS NEXT TO OUR CLAIM! -- --: : - ' A 10 0 II for Easter Ta'IIEIDIY Cileannetrs one of thelgreat days of We're giving a big send-off to a lot of proud and happy customers In these new Chryslers They're the ones to talk to if you want the real low-down on the wonderful things Chrysler has done this year " Feel for yourself the thrills they'll be feeling every day of the year from now on We've got our "welcome mat" out for you! GOOD DRIVERS DRIVE SAFELYI EDGAR 111101OR Ponca City °Alabama ' "CLIMAX!" AND "SHOWER OF Cool2 I MESA WHEN ALL CC ROPE I Us PRANK OUR - YOU FIND MoRNit4Cb CorTEE ANOTHER RITUALIOAST VoU MOTHER WINKED AT ME -- LoDE c DfD INATMEAN URANIUM L PEAK Treasured Christian Document Sent to Library of Congress WASHINGTON' (A)—One of the most treasured of Christian documents the oldest known New Testament in the language spoken by Christ and his disciples went to the Library of Congress Friday A 1-rai1lion-do11ar insurance policy covered the document during the estimated 90-minute transfer from a downtown bank The volume believed to be more than 1600 years old will be kept In a vault at the library until it 1 I - goes on exhibition April 5 V 1 gm The testament is known as the Yonan Codex For centuries it has been in the keeping of the Malek Yonan family which came from Assyria Codex means a book form of manuscript as distinguished from the scroll form No sales price has been announced L Quincy Mumford librarian of Congress said the Yonan Codex would be the greatest possible addition to the library's collection of Biblical texts "This manuscript so far as is known the worlds oldest complete New Testament in Aramaic-Syriac — the language that Christ and his disciples spoke — brings to Washington a unique treasure Mumford said The vellub manuscript consists of 227 leaves about 7 x 9 inches The writing is in black ink which has turned brownish in part with the names of the various books in red ink The handwriting is beautifully formed and uniform apparently the Ivork of a single scribe The Malek Yonan family was driven from Assyria by World War L It stayed for a while in Iraq then many members came to the United States and the codex came with them - - SPECIAL THIS WEEK Jame() r VENTILATED H 41 ALL-ALUMINUM 17 AWNING 1: 11 new 11I'''''' s ECItiL ‘-: ' -SP - WEEK 'BUILD114 THIS S-WE D z 1 ' TAILw- r 1 1 1 1 1 I ' For -bp ' " : Doors k y ! ad r - a Windows Introducing : 1"tt:1111: t '11Mr eae e " $i 095 itttirjaU 111(CO ON I u Monthly ALUMINUM Mil payments ALL- AWNING M- - Parker Lbr C "Bob" - A ' R ROgers 5-5505 414 South First VENTILATED Easy - - o A "Bob" Parker Lbr Co 400:45900:4ksFC5-"r""'"'r : MS CHRYSLER NEW YORKER DELUXE NEWPORT BE SURE YOU SEE AND DRIVE THE ALL-NEW IXIMEEM AMERICA'S MOST SMARTLY DIFFERENT CAR co ROgers 5-6601 STARS" SEE TV PAGE FOR TIMES nt dom en by hiring t kept se The s an-given from most lor every :ado in Food Relief Figures Show Marked Increase OKLAHOMA CITY VP) — The Emergency Relief Board has announced food rations were given 105003 persons this week It represents an increase from last week's total of 102970 Oklahoma County had the most recipients 12211 with LeIrlor County second with 10647 An American dies of cancer every two minutes I WAREHOUSE- STORE NOW OPEN First door west of Arcade Hotel Values galore in used furniture Mr Shelby Hollinsworth Invites You re Come Is timmimemionoom For Doors and Windows Free Estimates yotor 11 II AND STATIONS Olkekt:-11 0111 Ihe t p Ota 11100 Mom Ca SEL EMMEN I t o

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