Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 4, 1969 · Page 6
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, ~* Alaska So Cold They Chop The Cat Out Of The lee FAIRBANKCS, Alaska (API It's so cold they had to chop the cat out of the ice, the car radio goes "knock, knock" and propane torches shoot liquid instead of fire. But Alaskans know how to cope with temperatures way bo- low zero. They just stay indoors and go out only if it's necessary. Central Alaska is in the middle of a frigid weather front thai has sent temperatures tumbling like icicles in a spring thaw. It's been like that for three days. However, it's expected to warm up today to temperatures of 25 to 20 below. Comfortable enough to celebrate Alaska's 10th year as a state today. Thursday evening Ihe mercury dropped to minus 06 and the overnight forecast called for a low of - -65. The all-time low is 66 recorded on Jan. 14. 15)34. Schools have shut down but It's business as usual iti: downtown Fairbanks. About 42 inches of snow covers the ground al- 1 hough no new snow has fallen in a week. Thick ice fog has cui visibility in some downtown areas to 10 feet and lias disrupted airline schedules. It's caused by warm air rising from the ground which turns In log as ii hits the frigid air. "Kven with Ihe minimal sunlight we get here. It's enough to warm the ground a bit and thai causes the warm air to rise." Shane O'Neill, a Fairbanks resident, said Thursday. The Weather Bureau said the average temperature for December was —17.7 or 10 degrees colder than normal. The highest temperature for the month was Mi degrees on Dec. 19. New Year's Day it was 60 below four degrees below the record for the clay set in 1965. It warmed up Thursday to -59 another record for the date. O'Neill said firemen had to free a cat after its paws became stuck in ground ice. Vat Licked It's Paws "Apparently it licked its paws because they were so cold and when it set them down they froze to the ground," he said. And, in the icy conditions propane gas turns to liquid. "One fellow was using a propane torch outside to try and thaw an oil line to his house. The flame stopped and liquid started shooting out," O'Neill said. The cold also flattens car tires by decreasing the air pressure inside, "It's like riding on square tires until they loosen up" said O'Neill. Motorists are advised to increase the air pressure. Even cars with special heaters that plug into outside outlets won't work. "Unless they're inside a warm garage they won't start. I turned on my car radio today and it went knock, knock. It sounded like a hammer pounding on the thing. Later it warmed up and worked all right." Homeowners must constantly check fuel and water pipes. And precautions must be taken to guard against frostbitten ears. "It's very painful when they thaw out. They turn white, then after eight or 12 hours they're red. and if,you're lucky the outer skin won't peel off," O'Neill said. EWING ! and Mrs. Trelly Proweil ThUrs- i flay night and Friday,. i Pvt. Gordon Cole of Fori Polk.; ; La. is spending the holidays with i Mr. and Mrs. William P. Gil- j his wife Mrs. Judy Cole, Mr. and I bert. and family from Mount | Mrs. Kenneth Comsloek and son i Vernon visited her parents Mr. i Ri c k of Tamaroa and Mr. and i unci Mrs. Edgar Holman and .' M rs . VVillard Allen of Benton, enjoyed a Chili supper recently, j Mr. and Mrs. WendeJ Whitakei Williams Chapel Community ' of Geneva visited with Mrs. Mol- 1 Sunshine Club met for ihe an-! He Clark and Mrs. Gussie Holy-f nual Christmas Dinner at the home of Fem Roberson on December 21st. Secret pals were revealed, drew new names for the coming year, elected Fern Holman as Secretary. Lillie Pearce received a special prize, games played with each one receiving a prize, gnosis were Mrs. Judy Pearce and Daron, Miss Vanessa Pearce and Mrs. Inez Fowler. January meeting will be at the home of Agnes Belt is. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Clayton of West Frankfort visited Mr. and Mrs. Falger Pearce Friday. Miss Vanessa Pearce celebrated her 8th birthday on December 23rd. We wish ycu many many more happy birthdays. Mrs. Sylvia Proweil and Mrs. Norma Lovin called on Mrs. Ella Pickett of Mount Vernon Friday morning. Sunday guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Luther Becherer, Ann and David were Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Roberson. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Clayton and David, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Roberson, Dale and Scotl:, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Roberson, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Pearce, Daron and Vanessa, Mr. and Mrs. Falger Pearce and Mrs. Florence Becherer. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Page, Scotl. Julia and Jill Ann and Mrs. Inez Fowler wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. Colvar Page f Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Blood of Steger called on Mr. and Mrs. Trelly Proweil Tuesday. Ewing Home Extension m^l in the home of Dollie Neat on December 17th. For the December meeting, those enjoying the man recently. Mrs. Mollie Clark, Mr., a'.el Mrs. Jarvis. Weeks visited Mrs. Fannie Ranmar of DeSoto Christmas Day. ,• • Mark Ponder who is allend- j ing Brigham Young University ! at Trovo, Utah is spending tine Holidays with his paivnts Mr and Mrs. Edward Ponder and ! family. • • ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert; M.'irrig'ni, ; Mrs. Helen Hedges and Palti arc i spending the Holidays in Houston, Texas visiting -relatives. Miss .Jennie Payne is a patient at Franklfin Hospital. She 'fractured her arm in a fall. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen visited Teusflay night with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dopp and familyof Mount Vernon. Mrs. Lova Letl'ler or Saint Louis called on Mrs. Lillie Pearce Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Douglas. Deborah, Steven and Susan, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey; Bodine of Mount Vernon Christ-! mns Day. j Mrs. Marge Lemons of Mount! Vernon visited Mrs. Pearl Porter and Donald Thursday. Mi', and Mrs. -Terry Marse and " son Mike of Chicago visiter! Mrs. -i telephone Mrs. Pat. Thomas of Marse's oarents Mr. anti :-MrsL i Independence. Missouri and Mrs. Paul Fields and daughter Paula : Loretla Fowler ot Neoga re- Dawn over the weekend. ; cenl )< v Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen j Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wilkerson visited Mrs. Pearl Porter and i of Benton, Mr. and Mrs. How- Don Saturday. j ard Marshall were guests of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Gil-! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall and Claim Arthritis Cure is Coming A SIP OF FREEDOM—Two U.S. soldiers, released from Viet Cong cnplivit.v, sip icfd tea as they await an evacuation helicopter in a clearing neiir Tay Ninli, South Vietnam. Spec. 4 Thomas 3N. Jones, left of LynnvfUe, Intl.. and 1'fc. Donald G. Smith of Akron, Pa., chat with Capl. Melvin R. Cliatnian, right, of Chicago, a member of the U.S. negotiating ream which met with the Viet Cong. (AP Wirephoto by radio from Saigon) Timely Quotes bert and family of Mount Vernon called on Mr. and Mns. Edgar Holman Tuesday afternoon. Dale Marshall visited his grandmother Mrs. Mattie Moore covered dish luncheon were Mrs. j of j)es Plaines last weel Mollie Clark, Jennie Payne, Margaret Payne, Micky Webb, Mattie Webb, Josephine Pearce, and the hostess Mrs. Dollie Neal. Mr. and Mrs. Colvar Page. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Roberson visited Mr. anr Mrs. Falger Pearce Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McDonnough and family of Midland City spent the Holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Trelly Proweil. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Roberson on Christmas Day were Mr. and Mrs. Luther Becherer, Mark and Ann, Mrs. Florence Becherer o Venon, Mr Roberson, Kevin Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. James Brookman of Opdyke, Mrs. Pearl Porter and Don drove around in Mount Vernon and looked at Ihe beautiful Christmas decoralions Rev. and, Mrs. Frank Mar-[recently, shall and family of Hiflsboro,,:' Monday callers at the home Mr. amT Mrs^ John; l?enredy /j 0 f Mrs?'Pearl Porter and Don were Mr. and Mrs. Willard mas Day. • . - -/ ••• Mrs. Mattie Moore • and son Dan and Doug Mitchell of.-JDes Plaines visited Mr. and Mrs,. Mount j Howard Marshall during the . and Mrs. Michael j Holidays. Brian and Britt of! Mrs. Wilma Taylor called on Benton, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond j Mrs. Fern Holman Friday. Roberson and Mr. and Mrs. Fal-! Mrs. Nancy Marse.:nnd her Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marshall; Mr. and Mrs: BHl*;arshall and'[Alien. Mrs. Ruth Fields and Kevin were' guests < of-M*- and f p au i a an d the Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. If. B; ; Marshall"Christmas'! Earl Harris of Pinekneyvillo. ,-.«• . „ T -. ,'" Mrs. Marge Lemons and son Mi- and Mrs.-S. L. Manis. Mr; ;Mikc : , df Mounl Vernon visited and Mrs. Clyde.Fowler Vemdo* Mrs ; p ea rl Porter and Don Friner guests of.Mr and Mrs,T^y. f ri - y aRovnonn mond Manis and family -Christ- ited Mr. and Mrs., Ro'vrt Hoi- j man recently. j Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mar- j shall and grandson Kevin vis- • Attention is paid to madmen, ited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mines re- { They are not barked at. They | are handled with politeness. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zel-j They are served in a way to family ot Kankakee | avoid arousing their displeasure. Madmen do not tolerate bad service or work. But normal people . . . they tolerate it; they're used to it. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen, j __ B oris Egorov, on way to get Mrs. Pearl Porter and Donald | poWc 1rea tment in Russia, spent the holidays with Mr. and | . « * * Mrs. Kenneth ComstocK and son | Rick and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon , T . , . • . m . D. Cole of Tamaroa. I Negro) 1S " * where somebod y cently. Mi hart and spent'the holidays with Mrs. Zel-! hart's parents Mr. and . Mrs. j Paul Fields and daughter Paula ! Dawn. ! Those' Having Christmas Day dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Harold Clayton were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Settles of La Grange, Mr. and Mi ton of Springfield, Mr. Richard Zeihavt of Kankakee visited Don Porter Tuesday morning. Mr. VVillard Allen and Don Porter 1 were in MeLeansborc on business Thursday, afternoon. Mr. Ronnie Van Horn, Ricky Webb, Robert Page and David Holman attended the Centra Ha Holiday tournament. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cole of Bob Clay- i Tamaroa visited Don Porter and Ohio, Mr.! llis mother. Mrs. Pearl Porter, I recognizes who he is, then he's just another nigger. That's what the Negro struggle is all about. —Football star Jim Brown. LONDON (AP) ~- British researchers say they know what causes rheumatoid arthritis, ai.cl they believe they can find a cure for the disease that cripples bone joints. Dr. Joseph Chayen, head of the cellular biology division of the Kennedy Institute of Rheu­ matology, said in a statement Thursday: "We can safely say a cu e is coming, but we don't know when. Many tests and trials have still to be done." The institute said Cahyen's team believes rteumatoid arthritis is caused by enzymes FARRINGTON CENTER Kelly Sledge and sen Rc-> made a business trip, by plane, to California Saturday Mary Ellen Sledge spent the holidays with her grmvimorher, Inez Halfacre. George Rector and Everett Garrison was buried in Temple cemetery at Garrison temple. Mrs. Peggy DeGerdcs and children of Albuquerque, New Mexico, is visiting P.erce relatives here. Mrs. Mary Potter's broken arm is improving. ?Ar. and Mrs.. Leonard Wilson are spending the -holidays with their daughter and family in Florida. Lowell Rainwater and family of Champaign visited H a r v u Knauss and family Sunday. Francis French returned trom Carlyle. She visited her daughter Mary Lois Brink and family for a week. Violet and Helen Brookman and Ivan VVhitson of Tvxico visited Maggie Knauss Saturday.' . . . Meda Fox, Cor. which escape from the cells of p riments have shown that two the joint lining and eat away vjtamins, C and K3, seal the cartilage tissue. Pairing cell walls when they art The researchers say their ex- injected into the bone joints. Never Needs Paint Won't Warp- Fully Maintenance- Free! 31 95 High qua!- Installed! ity, rugged, heavy-gauge aluminum frame. Fully weatherstripped, no metal-to-metal contact — smooth, quiet, rattle-free operation. Hardware included. Center screen optional. Custom fitted to your home. Precision-Engineered, All-Weather Aluminum Combination Storm Doors, 6 TRIPLE TRACK $ STORM WINDOWS 77 10 So pure are the acoustics of the new concert hall in Montreal's Place des Arts that musicians call it the "Cruel Hall." Free Survey And Estimate EXPERT REPAIRS ON ALL STORM WINDOWS—DOORS—SCREENS See Or Call Woody Burnette At ATLA-SEAL KENNY MARTIN, Owner 216 N. 9th St. Phone 244-2708 ger Pearce. Mrs. Cecil and Mrs. Alan' Jones and family of Carbondnle, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wsipple of McLeansboro, Mania called sister on i Pearl Paula visited their .aunt Miss Jcwel Rc^ce of DeSoto. Porter and son Donald Mrs. Lillie Pearce Thursday, i Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lovin and [ Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Manis family of Mattoon visited Mr. I talked with their daughters via- MACHINISTS MILLING MACHINE MACHINISTS BORING MILL MACHINISTS (Vertcal & Horizontal TURRET LATHE MACHINISTS Requires the skill and experience to read and interpret engineering drawings and manufacturing process sheets; set up and operate machine tools and attachments; perform layout; and check work with precision measuring instruments. Requires a high school education or equivalent, with vocational school training or experience in Machine Shop practices. MECHANICS Must be a high school graduate or equivalent with vocational school training in automobile or diesel mechanics with job related experience in assembly, disassembly, rework and repair of automobile, mining, and mechanical equipment. Requires the ability to read and interpret blue-prints and drawings. WELDERS Must be able to read and interpret manufacturing process sheets, drawings, and blueprints; lay out objects, parts and sub-assemblies to be fabricated by welding. Set up and operate oxy-acefylene and electric arc welding equipment and perform all position welding. Requires a high school education or equivalent with vocational school training or previous experience. APPLY or CALL Monday, January 6 through Saturday, January 11 from 8:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. NATIONAL MINE SERVICE COMPANY Clarkson Division Mine Road Nashville, Illinois 62263 ' (618) 327-8276, Ext. 64 Mr. Don Moore and Dough Mitchell motored to Atlanta, Ga. to spend a few days be- j fore returning io their home in | Des Plaines after visiting the j Howard Marshall family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Manis and family visited Mrs. Mae j Faughn of Horrin Monday night. I Mr. and Mrs. Willis Taylor, j Mr. and Mrs. Arron Bryant and ! daughter were guests of Mr. and ! Mrs: Clyde Taylor and son of ,'Belleville during ihe holidays | Mr: arid Mrs. Raymond Manis I and family were dinner guests i. of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fowler ! Thursday. ' Mr. Lloyd Settles of La j Grange visited Mr. Donald Por- I ter Monday morning. Sunday afternoon December Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hines celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hines, Mrs. Joyce Gibson, Billie and Roy Alan, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hines, Becky and Toni, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor and Steve, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor and children, Mr. and Mrs. Doy Hines, Miss Ruby Hines, and Byfovd Hines of Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dnrr visited Mr. and Mi's. Ora Lee Bovv­ ers of Benton recently. Mrs. Dorothy Webb and Mrs. fna Payne visited recently with Mr. Amos Spurlock who is a patient in Jefferson Memorial Hospital in Mount Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dnrr, Mrs. Linda Galloway and Randy vis- iled Mr. and Mrs. Glen Long of Mr. and Mrs. Doy Hines of i Christopher recently Ml. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hines and children of Rockford visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy ..Hines recently.. .'Mrs. Palrica Oldtield and children of Hollywood, i .'alil'onia vis- P. N. HIRSCH BEAUTY SALON Phone 242-0783 Jazz up January 13.50 Perm 8.45 10.00 FROSTING Now 9.00 Sue Donoho —• Ina Whitsell Capita Ragan—Fay Wilson M Mrs. Jennie Webb visited Mr., i and Mrs. Leo Webb during the \ i holidays. , Mrs. Cleo Fowler of Sullivan, ; S-im Fowler of Neoga visited i. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Webb recently.': ; Mrs. Loretta Clayton, Mrs. jo! j Ann Setlks and Mrs. Delores! I Jones and children visited Mrs. | j Sharon Whipple of McLeans- j ' boro Monday. > I Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. j Leo Webb visited Mr. Jim Mur- j j phy who is a patient al Good I Samaritan Hospital in Mount, \ Vernon. | Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Darr, Linda Galloway and Randy visited Mr-, and Mrs. Floyd Heil of McLeansboro Wednesday night. Mrs. Flora Allen and Mis. Pearl Porter visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fields and Paula Thursday afternoon. Larry Darr of Saint Lonuis spent the Holidays with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dan*. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen were P"t. and Mrs. Gordon Cole of Tamaroa, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dopp, David, Barbara and Ebbie of Mt. , Vernon. ) Mr. and Mrs. Willard Allen j were dinner gusets of Mrs. Pearl: Porter and Don Thursday eve- • ning. ... Flora Allen, Cor. • Q. WHAT'S THE BEST CHECKING ACCOUNT VALUE IN TOWN? A. BANK OF ILLINOIS, CHECKING ACCOUNTS, HAVE THE LOWEST SERVICE CHARGE IN TOWN. BANK OF ILLINOIS Free guitar lessons with purchase of any guitar or drum set in our store. MT. VERNON STEREO MART 508 Main St. Member Federal Depcsil- Insurance Corporation Broadway At Eleventh Mt. Vernoro, Illinois Phone 244-221.1 a.

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