THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2G, 1968 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS The Weather Elsewhere .By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Fr. -Albany, clear 7 -9 .... Albuquerque,' cloudy 50 34 .... •Atlanta, clear 45 25 .... ^Bismarck, snow ........ 10 9 .08 Boise, cloudy 46 36 .04 Boston, cl^ar 18,-3 ..Buffalo, snow 12 7 .01 Chicago, cloudy.,... 18 16 T - Cincinnati, cloudy .... 23 21 .... , Cleveland, cloudy ... 18 11; .... 2 Denver, clear . 50 28 ~Des Moines; cloudy 14 8 .02 ..Detroit, cloudy 18 13 .... Fairbanks, clear 7 -18 .... ..Fort Worth, cloudy .. 71 55 .. Helena, cloudy 20 13 .... Honolulu, clear M M .... ..Indianapolis, cloudy 20 19 ; Jacksonville, clear .. 56 32 .... .Juneau, clear 29 3 .... , Kansas City, cloudy 32 20 .... Los Angeles, cloudy 56 51 .36 Louisville, snow 26 25 T Memphis, cloudy 44 42 .... Miami, cloudy 67 58 .. Milwaukee, snow 15 14 .02 Mpls.-St.P., snow .... 4 -1 .06 New Orleans, cloudy 59 35 .... New York, cloudy .... 23 11 .. Okla. City, cloudy ..57 29 .... Omaha, cloudy 21 17 .. •Philadelphia, cloudy 25 M M Phoenix, rain 58 47 .10 , Pittsburgh, cloudy .... 15 7 .... Ptlnd, Me., clear 8-7 .. ..Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy .. 43 30 .03 Rapid City, cloudy .. 26 7 .03 Richmond, cloudy .... 33 19 .... „ St. Louis, cloudy 29 24 .... Salt Lk. City, snow .. 42 31 .10 M -San Diego, rain 58 50 .87 San Fran., rain 53 44 .58 Seattle, cloudy 44 37 .. , Tampa, clear 59' 46 .... _ Washington, cloudy 29 20 .... Winnipeg, snow 2 -2 .04 ,.. (M—Missing) (T—Trace) _^ \ MT. VERNON WEATHER Tuesday high 29, low 15. Wednesday high 27, low 23. Rainfall to date 1968 35 82. One year ago today high 43, low 16. Five years ago today high 51, low 32. Ten years ago today high 45, low 24. Thursday sunrise 7:21, sunset 4:42. (CST) STATE TEMPERATURES Rockford, cloudy i7 J2 T Moline, cloudy 15 m .05 Quincy, cloudy 21 18 .02 Vandalia, cloudy 25 22 T Chicago G.Pk. cloudy 20 18 T Peoria, cloudy 20 15 01 Springfield, cloudy 25 17 .04 Belleville, rain 30 15 T PFC. EARNEST R. DUCKWORTH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duckworth, arrived home recently for a short leave. Duckworth, whose wife Judy resides in Benton, will attend signal school at Fort (Jordan, Ga. ; PAUL E. WILLIAMS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Olavis Williams of Bonnie, is shown arriving ; at the Mt. Vernon Airport for a short leave. Williams will return for duties aboard the U.S.S. John R. Craig. His home base is San Diego, Calif. HUMOR OVERHEARD "Nothing makes a woman's clothes go out of fashion faster than her husband's getting a raise." "My wife pushes ,her cart, through the supermarket at about $60 an hour." "My go-go-mind has the mis- , fortune of being attached to a so-so body." \ "You have to use tact to have ;a happy marriage. Let your wife 'go her way and you go her way." * —Charleston Gazette. ;; QUICK QUIZ i k .* Q—What is meant by the ex• pression "retreating into an ivory tower"? ; A—Figuratively, an "ivory tower" is a place of escape.from ; the reality of the outside world into world of one's own. , Q—How many rivers watered the Garden of Eden? A—Four—-Pison, Gihon, Hid- dckel and the Euphrates. , You can sometimes reuse a cinnamon stick just as you would a vanilla bean. Remove ,1)10 cinnamon slick from the mixture in which it was heated, .(rinse in water and let dry: wrap tightly in plastic wrap, and- it will be ready for service. MIDWEST Dubuque, cloudy Burlington, cloudy Peducah, cloudy South Bend, cloudy T-Trace 11 4 .03 20 14 .04 35 32 19 15 0.3 ILLINOIS WEATHER By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A shift in winds to the south brought warmer weather to Illinois today—along with a threat of rain, sleet and snow. Temperatures early in the day were in the teens in most of the state except for 20s in the southern third. The warmup pointed the mercury toward daytime highs in a spread from the middle 20s in the north to about 40 in the ex- teme south. Occasional light snow, becoming mixed with sleet or freezing drizzle, was forecast for tonight in the northern half of Illinois to be followed by rain Friday. Rain was regarded as likely tonight and Friday in southern areas. Overnight lows were expected to be in the 30s in the southern half of the state and in the 20s and 30s in the northern half. Wrjrmer weather was in prospect Friday. 11 Deaths By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eleven persons were killed In highway accidents in Illinois owr the Christmas holiday. The count was made between 6 p.m. CST Tuesday and midnight Christmas Day. The deed wereb"; lo is Vavra, 42, of Melrose Park, hit by car in Melrose Park Tuesday evening; Jeffry L. Frankel, 26, of Lisle, killed in an accident on the Eisenhower Expressway Wednesday morning; Roger Scott, IS, and Brandy Shaw, 17, both of Eldred, and Donald Davison, 16, of Whitehall in a crash near Eldred. Also among the ,dead were Joseph Jarosz, 79, of Chicago,- 1 hit by a car on the Southwest S'de Wednesday morning; Elmer Radosavlyev, 55, of Peoria, killed Tuesday night; Mary Kuehne, 19, of Chester, killed in a collision in Chester Tuesday evening. Also, Raymond Eugene Weaver of Danville, struck by a car Tuesday evening; and William II. Jones, 42, of Brighton and Mrs. Violet L. Phillips, 59,' of Roodhouse, killed in a head on collision near Godfrey. Moon Pictured By Man This photo 'showing part of moon's surface was transmitted by Apollo 8 and received at the Nasa tracking station at Robledo de Chavela in Spain. Pirture was made during second lunnr orbit of astronauts Borman, Lovell and Anders. It was first time ever that moon lias been pictured from orbit by a man-held camera. (Nasa Photo via AP Wirephoto cabled from Spain) QUICK QUIZ Q — What is the largest commercial bank in the world? A — The Bank of America, founded in San Francisco in 1904. It was originally called the Bank of Italy. Q — Where are tiie greatest paintings of Michelangelo's lo- 1 Q — When was d:\vliijht snv- cated? | time inaugurated Itiro'.tghout A — The Sistine Chnpfl n the i'.u' iV.iied Stales? Vatican. 1 „ , I A — On March 31, 1918. Q — What does the cercbolum, a part of the brain, control? A — It regulates posture, balance and movement. I A- Treason Four Accidents Over Holiday Q— What is the only crime defined in the U.S. Consritution? One person was injured as four major damage auto accidents were reported on Mt. Vernon streets Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and early today. The only accident reported Christmas day occurred at 9:10 a.m. when a parked truck owned by Robert Haney, 418 Opdyke, was struck by a car. The truck was damaged over $100. The city's accident report was incomplete and did not list the auto driver. Icy streets were blamed for a collision at 7:40 this morning in the 200 block of north 13th street. Damaged over 5100 each were cars driven by Gary S. Mezo, 17, 210 south Sixth street and Barbara Marcum, 18, Route 7. Two accidents occurred Tuesday afternoon. A collision in the 1100 block of Casey Avenue involved cars driven by Bobby J. Stewart, 26, 1224 Welkins and Harold F. Marting, 56, 750 south Tenth. Both cars were damaged over $100. Stewart was booked on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Stewart suffered a non- serious injury. Cars diven by Wynona L. Willis, 40, 1017 north Seventh and Laura L. White, 48, 506 north Eighth .collided in the 500 block of north Eighth street. The cars were damaged less than $100. Laura White was charged with backing without due caution. DAVID E. CARSTENSEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmert Carstensen of Benton, is shown arriving at the Mt. Vernon Airport for a short leave. Carstensen will return for duty aboard tho U.S.S. Sara* toga with home port In Mayt port, Fla. WORLD ALMANAC FACTS Many U.S. post offices, railroad stations and banks built in the early 1900s resemble Greek and Roman temples. Chicago's Columbian Exposition of 1893, most of whose buildings were designed with columns and domes of classical antiquity, popularized neoclassicism in America, The World Almanac notes. Decades passed before the inspiration for our civic buildings came from the American scene rather than Olympus. Copyright© 1968, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. GIVE TO UNITED CEREBRAL ^f^j YEAR-END SALE STARTS TOMORROW-SAVINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS! FRIDAY, SATURDAY 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. SUNDAY \ P.M.-6 P.M. Underarm gusset for easy action cms aflfcttps lirtfcl place Sav9 $ 5°°fGolf knits of Durene cotton Tee off with ease, thanks to an expanding underarm gusset. Long tail! *eps shirt neatly in pants. Choose lively colors. 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