Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 15, 1969 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1969 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 5—A STATE TEMPERATURES Rockford, cloudy 26 23 T Moline, rain 25 22 1.05 Quincy, rain 35 30 .04 vandalia, cloudy 33 28 Chicago G. Pk. cloudy 27 25 Peoria, rain 26 23 T Springfield, sleet 29 25 T Belleville, rain 38 32 T MIDWEST Dubuque, rain Burlington M Paducah, cloudy Madison, cloudy South Ben, cloudy MT. VERNON WEATHER Tuesday high 34, low 22. Rainfall to date 1969 .08. One year ago today high 32, low 5 below. Five years ago today high 38, low 21. Ten years ago today high 56. low 22. Thursday sunrise 7:20 sunset 5:00. (CST) 24 20 M M 43 29 27 27 24 17 .08 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy 30 22 Albuquerque, cloudy 57 39 .02 Atlanta, cloudy 52 31 Bismarck, rain 32 21 T Boise, cloudy 52 34 Boston, clear 35 23 Buffalo, clear 30 16 Chicago, cloudy .... 27 23 Cincinnati, cloudy 28 20 Cleveland, snow 23 22 T Denver, cloudy 63 31 Des Moines, rain 32 30 .0'i Detroit, clear 28 03 Fairbanks, clear -40 -46 Fort Worth, cloudy 65 53 Helena, snow Honolulu, cloudy 41 20 .01 Helena, snow Honolulu, cloudy 78 22 Indianapolis, cloudy Jacksonville, clear 26 19 Indianapolis, cloudy Jacksonville, clear 75 34 Juneau, clear 05 -08 Kansas City, cloudy 45 43 Los Angeles, cloudy 63 58 .09 Louisville, cloudy 35 23 Memphis, cloudy 52 35 Miami, cloudy 69 62 Milwaukee, cloudy 30 26 Mpls.-St. P., rain 29 27 .0 New, Orleans, clear 62 42 New York, clear ^0 26 Okla. City, cloudy 55 52 Omaha, cloudy 37 33 .01 Philadelphia, clear 41 27 Phoenix, cloudy 61 54 .89 Pittsburgh, cloudy 26 21 Ptlnd, Me. cloudy 33 23 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 43 33 .39 Rapid City, rain 38 25 .01 Richmond, clear 40 15 St. Louis, rain 40 31 T Salt Lk. City, rain 48 37 .44 San Diego, cloudy 60 55 1.50 San Fran., clear 55 41 Seattle, snow 40 34 .22 Tampa, clear 65 49 Washington, clear 40 27 Winnipeg, snow 28 26 .03 FIVE-DAY FORECASTS Southern Illinois - Temperatures for the period Thursday through Monday will average 3 to 5 degrees below normal. The normal high ranges from the middle 30s to the middle 40's in the extreme south. The normal low ranges from the upper tens in the north to the middle 20s in the south. A turn to colder is expected about Sunday. Precipitation will average one-half to one inch occurring early next week. Northern Illinois - Thursday through Monday temperatures are expected to' average 3 to 5 degrees below normal. Normal highs are 27 to 34, Normal lows 11 to 20. Turning much cooler over the weekend. Precipitation is expedted to total one- quarter to one-third inch water equivalent in possible rain about Thursday and rain or snow early next week. ILLINOIS WEATHER By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In a turnabout from recent arctic blasts, freezing rain was spreading over Northern and Central Illinois Today. Travelers' warning were posted over most of the north half of the state daring the morning and occasional rain in the southern half was likely to produce slick spots later in the day. Freezing r a i n or rain with warmer weather was predicted for northern Illinois Wednesday night and occasional rain and a I 'tTie warmer forecast for Thursday, n Heavier rain is expected to aDread over most of the top half of Southern Illinois Wednesday right and Thursday. Some state temperatures: Rockford cloudy high 26, Moline rain 25, Quincy rain 35, Vandalia cloudy 33, Chicago 27 cloudy, Peoria rain 26, Springfield sleet 29, and Belleville rain 38. 4 il !SERENADE ON SNOW — Ski instructor John Winn accampat/es ha-.i^'f wMIe expressing his pleasure with weather conditions at Waterville Valley, N.!!. Winn, a former opera singer, plunked away with gloved hands while doing fancy t i i -- D V The Nations Weather By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Travelers warnings were in effect today over a broad section of the Midwest as a developing weather disturbance touched off freezing precipitation. Freezing drizzle and freezing rain or sleet fell throughout an area from Iowa and Northeast Nebrasak to Minnesota and North Dakota. The disturbance and its accompanying front are moving Eastward and were expected to spread freezing precipitation across Wisconsin and northern Illinois and Indiana. Heavy snow warnings were posted for the mountains of Western Colorado'. A large low that has been anchored in the Pacific Northwest of Washington continued to spread rain and snow showers over western Washington and Oregon. Southerly winds brought warming temperatures into areas of the Midwest and artic air over the eastern third of the nation continued to moderate. Early morning temperatures ranged from one below zero at Pellston, Mich, to 67 at Brownsville and McAllen, Tex. COLD CATHODE source planetary spectrometer is designed to gather data to provide information on history of a planet, its geological composition, surface pressure and even whether life could survive in its environment. Developed for NASA, the quadrupole residual gas analyzer is inspected here by a Norton Research engineer. SHOP A T.. GLENN'S Phone 242-5814 525 Old Fairfield Rood Prices Good Thurs., Fri- and Sat. — Jan. 16—17—18 Store Hours: 8:00 To 6:00 P.M. Open Friday Nites Till 8.-00 P.M. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities POTATOES 20 " 59* C&H SUGAR 5 ^. 59' RAY'S CHILLI No. 2 Can 39' ZESTEE SALAD DRESSING 1 Quart 39^ FOLGER'S COFFEE 2 Ca b n $ 1 39 SCOT LAD CRACKERS DAIRY BRAND "2" MILK 2 1 ?19 LAY'S POTATO CHIPS Twin Pkg. 49^ SCOT LAD BISCUITS 4 Cans 29* BOW WOW DOG FOOD 25 £ $ 2 M FRE-ZERT ICE MILK V 2 -Gal. 39^ BUTTERNUT BREAD £J Loaves ^\ SCOT LAD FLOUR 5 & 39' SCOT FARMS CHEESE SPREAD 2 89 COUNTRY GIRL LARD 4 pai. 59' BLUE Jj^ BELL BONELESS WHOLE HAMS o9 e SKINLESS BABY BEEF LIVER Lb. 49' EXTRA LEAN GROUND BEEF i*. 59' BLUE Jj^ BELL BONELESS WHOLE HAMS o9 e LEAN PORK STEAK Lb. 59* Income Tax Booklet Ready At IRS Offices i SPRINGFIELD. 111., — "Your Fedearl Income Tax." a IfiO page booklet on Federal taxes, written in layman's language, is now available at most Internal Revenue Service offices throughout Illinois, according to Jay G. Philpott. District Director of Internal Revenue for Central and Southern Illinois. The booklet, also known as Publication 17, covers in detail the Federal income tax laws as they apply to individuals. It contains many examples to illustrate how the laws apply to actual situations. Philpott said the material is especially helpful to taxpayers who have unusual tax situations or for tlwse faced with a new tax problem. Examples of taxable and nontaxable income and of allowable and non- allowable deductions are included. A detailed index helps pinpoint answers to tax problems. A special feature in the Ixiok- let is the sample, filled-in tax return, Form 1010 keyed to panes in the booklet where explanations can be found for the entries on the return. The booklet may be obtained for (il) cents a copy at IRS offices in Alton, Belleville, Champaign. Decatur, East St. Louis, Peoria, ML Vernon and Springfield. Copies may also be oh- Italy Announces College Reform ROME i API—The Italian government has announced n sweeping university reform project ainvv] at quieting 1he conn- try's students. They have nicked Italy with a series of violent donnonst rations in the pi ' year. The reform grants students 2j pel- cent participation in all university committees, it declare.? the post of professor inennmat hie with public office, and schedules a large tuttomonv for the universities The number o| piviessoi 1 schools and universities will IK. increased throughout, the conn- try The reform will end the long startling habit of politician.-, keeping their titles as prof -s- soi's but seldnmly attending classes. It ulso is scheduled to tackle the problem of overcrowded facilities, with new universities and new schools. tamed by mail from the Superintendent of Documents. Washington, IX C. 20102 or Cashier, P. O. Box MtiS, Springfield. Illinois G2705. MEN ARE DWARFED as they work amid bamboo scaffolding set up in front of the Bank of China in Hong Kong. The workmen arc cleaning the building. ( WoolivortR X>*_Jx7^ OU 'li ANNIVERSARY CHOCOLATES SALE Satisfaction Guaranteed-Repkuwiwnt or Ma Park Plaza Shopping Cen.er— Open v.30 A .iV*. I ill 9:C0 P .M.

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