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Corpus Christi Caller Times Newspaper Archives May 19 1957, Page 5

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Corpus Christi Caller-Times, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1957, Corpus Christi, Texas Currents clash As u s scientists thumbs mtg nov i roes rail open every monday night until x x by atomic test May 18 winds of the desert country Aro defying the scientists in their la opt to set off an atomic explosion today for the fourth Lime in As Many Days the first blast of the summer series was postponed 24 hours because of turbulence in the upper air the new target time is monday morning High wind picked up Sand and hurled it across the wasteland of the Nevada lost whore nu1 Clear exports want to explode a comparatively Small atomic de vice wind currents and High in the upper Atmos phere Cross currents of wind clashed in unseen fury these Are the forces that Are delaying us efforts to Fry out one of the weapons in its atomic Arsenal the problem is that an atomic explosion sends a radioactive Cloud 30000 or More Foci into the air where the wind and Dis Perses it All week the winds threatened to whip the fall out onto cities and populated Rural areas in Southern Nevada the desired wind currents would blow the heaviest fallout in a Long narrow pattern East of the test site in unpopulated desert weather team the Nevada tests organizations weather evaluation team is charged with seeing that wind conditions Are exactly right before allowing a shot to be fired the weather experts decision can halt a scheduled explosion seconds before shot time the team sends weather planes scout ing hundreds of Miles searching out pressure fronts and recording wind velocities and directions data from these and other sources is fed into a computer put into operation Here for the first time this a pattern of resulting fall out is produced on a television like screen the fall out of potentially dangerous radioactive particles emits two types of radiation Beta particles and Gamma rays principal concern the Beta particles Are principal concern Only when a relatively Large amount of fall out material remains in Contact with the skin in such cases the effect is to pro Duce Burns much like Ordinary Burns except that they usually Are deeper and require a longer period of recovery Gamma rays Are similar to x rays and have a relatively great penetrating Power the dec says its precautions in controlling the fall out have pre vented radiation illness or injury to the health of anyone living near the test site it Points out that More than so postponements have been made due to unfavourable weather conditions since the tests were started Here in 1351 fort five shots have been set off number 4g will go when the weather experts say the wind is willing two greater stores to serve you downtown Penneys e Parkdale Plaza v l summer maternity dresses Mothe Stobe for a prettier you while you wait get a whole new wardrobe for the Happy months ahead at a wonderfully Thrifty Penney Price choose yours now from this Brand new collection of Gay prints with solid skirts in Many different styles and trims special 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