Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 25, 1969 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1969 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS For Physically Handicapped Children Applications Available For Camp Little,Giant Hospital Applications for this year's »'amp Little Giant for Physically Handicapped Children are no'v available, it was announced today by the Easter Seal Society. Applications are due in the Faster Seal Society office by April 1, 1969. The mailing address is P. O. Box 249, Car- Undale, 111. 62901. •'In requesting camp applications please-* request the number you need for referring handicapped children of your area," said Mildred L. Holland, executive director. The three sessions for physically handicapped children, ages 6 through 17 years, are June 29 to July 12; Jury 13 to Julv 26; and July 27 to August 9. : As in past years, camp appli- 1 cants will be placed on a prio- \ rity list by the date the application is received. The Easter Seal Society is willing to assist by paying the $84 camping fee for any physi-1 cally handicapped child whose parents are unable to pay it. "If you have any questions a- j bout our camping program or j would like applications please • let us know," the director said. ; At Legion Hall Tuesday Local War I Barracks To Celebrate 15th Birthday Celebration of the 15th birthday of King City Barracks No. 102, Veterans of World War 1 of the U. S. A. will be held at the Legion hall on Tuesday. Janauary 28th and all members of the Barracks and L adies Auxiliary are urged to attend and enjoy the program arranged by officers of the two organizations. Mrs. Roy Goddard, Auxiliary ! president and others of this fine organization have boon working hard to complete the p r ogram which will open with a pot luck supper at 6:00 p.m. Barracks members led by Commander Earl B. Adams will be guests of the Auxiliary at this affair and other features of the even- I ing have been arranged. j A short program in keeping with the occasion will be offer­ ed and will prove interesting to all who attend. Business meet ings of the two groups will follow the dinner with special consideration being given business of the new year. Mrs. Goddard and Commander Adams will be happy to welcome the visits of any who are elgible for membership at the dinner. The meeting will be on the second floor of the Legion hall through the courtesy of Jefferson .post No. 141, American Legion . Oldest stale house in the United States is the Maryland State House at Annapolis, built in 1772. Saucers Tear Up Fishing Nets POINT JUDITH. R.I. (AP) — Commercial fishermen say submerged saucers are tearing their nets to shreds. Capt. James Mello of the riragger Northern Lights said his crew spent more than 18 hours of a seven-day fishing trip mending nels torn by the four 300-pound discs lie brought home. He said the discs, dredged up at 240 fathoms on the edge of the continental shelf, may have been used to seal the missile tubes of submarines. MT. VERNON WEATHER Friday high 31, low 18. Rainfall to date 1969 2.02. One year ago" today high 39, low 26. Five years ago today high 45, low 26. Ten years ago today high 48, low 38. Sunday sunrise 7:14, sunset 5:12 (CST). State Temperatures: Rockford, clear ..... 11 M .04 .Moline, clear 8 1 .04 ' Quincy, M 13 MM Vandalia, clear 24 11 .... Chgo G. Pk. cloudy 21 5 .04 Peoria, clear 13 3 ~ Springfield,, clear .... 17 7 Belleville, cloudy MIDWEST . Dubuque, clear . Burlington, clear .... 10 • 1 T Paducah Missing Madison, cloudy 10 -5 .05 South Bend, cloudy 32 2 .13 T-Trace; M-Missing. x ,01 26 15 T 2 -5 .15 Miami, cloudy 76 70 Milwaukee, snow .... 21 zero Mpls.-St. P., clear .. -1 -5 New Orleans, cloudy 63 44 New York, cloudy .. 46 39 Okla. City, clear 29 22 On:aha, clear 5 -4 Philadelphia) cloudy 45 35 I hoenix, rain 59 53 Pittsburgh, snow 57 17 Ptlnd, Me. cloudy .... 42 36 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy .. 27 19 Rapid City, clear 7 -14 Richmond, cloudy .. 49 38 St. Louis, clear 24 13 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 31 28 San Diego, rain ...... 59 57 San Fran., cloudy .... 50 44 Seattle, cloudy 30 26 Tampa, cloudy 74 60. Washington, clear .. 53 36 \ Winnipeg, clear -3 -19 (M-Missing) .09; .02 .01 .04 1.51 THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, which pledged $300 over j a three year period to help expansion of Good Samaritan IIos- j pital, makes the first $100 installment. John Perino, left, j Grand Knight, presents the check to Dale Carpenter, chairman of the clubs and organizations committee in the fund , drive. In addition the Knights of Columbus <lonu,!cd the use of the K. C. Hall for rehearsals of the Red Stocking Follies, a benefit show for Good Samaritan. The final show of the Follies will be held tonight on the stage of Mt. Vernon high school auditorium. He Remains An Anonymous Hero Mt. V. Man Saves Life Of Child After Accident .ee; .15 ; .01 Former Resident Kenneth R. Reed Gets Promotion THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy 41 31 .32 Albuquerque, cloudy 47 27 .01 Atlanta, cloudy 67 31 .... Bismarck, clear -3 -19 .... Boise, snow 31 21 T Boston, cloudy 42 38 .54 Buffalo, snow 51 16 .16 Clreago, cloudy 21 5 .04 Cincinnati, clear ...... 52 16 .02 Cleveland, snow 53 16 .03 Denver, clear 27 8 .... Des Moines, clear .... 6-2 .. Detroit, snow 48 10 .11 Fairbanks, snow 4 -8 .... Fort Worth, cloudy .. 39 30 .... Helena, clear -18 -33 .... Honolulu, cloudy ..... 77 56 Indianapolis, clear .. 33 11 .01 Jacksonville, cloudy 80 59 .23 Juneau, clear 0 23 10 .... Kansas City, clear .. 18 4 .... Los Angeles, rain .... 60 57 2.19 Lonisville, clear 53 18 .01 Memphis, cloudy 36. 26 .... Open Bids For Decatur Freeway SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — Bids were received Friday for $35.1 million in Illinois highway projects, including the start of the Central Illinois Expressway construction. The expressway will run from Champaign to Springfield by way of Decatur. Eventually it will extend to Quincy through Jacksonville. The first apparent ^low bid listed on the project by the state Division of Highways was $5.1 million by Arcole Midwest Corp. of Evanston for 10.56 miles of paving in the vicinity of Champaign. Near the poles, the length of twilight varies at different times of the year; at the equator it lasts about an hour all year lftng. • Kenneth R. Reed, 31, a former resident of Mt. Vernon, has been appointed manager of production for military equipment for the Missouri division of Con- ductron Corp., St. Louis, Mo. In his new position Reed is responsible for fabrication, assembly and testing of military products such as flight simulators, ground support equipment and avionics systems. He had been superintendent of production. Reed attended grade school here and is a graduate of Mt. Vernon high school. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Reed, resided at 2717 Man- rien in Mt. Vernon when Mr. Reed was a foreman at the local Wagner Electric plant. When' Wa'gner''moved back to St. Louis the family moved back to that city. Reed, after completing service in the U.S. Navy, worked with RCA in Van Nuys, Calif., before joining Conductron in St. Louis. He is married to the former Linda Kirk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk of Mt: Vernon. SIX-MONTH SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Automatically RenewabT* $10,000.00 Minimum REGULAR PASSBOOK SAVINGS Save by the tenth ot any montK and earn from the first. ALL ACCOUNTS INSURED FOR SAFETY By the F.S1.I.C.', an agency of The Federal Government •Current Earnings Rate Per Annum riDQBIBDDD F € D 6 1 R I A SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MODEL TOWN Garden City, Long. Island, N.Y., was planned as a model town from its beginnings in 1879 when a New York merchant bought 7,000 acres of land with the idea of converting the area into a "city of gar- dents," according to the Ency­ clopaedia Britannica. ; A letter to The Register-News ; today revealed today that an ; unidentified young Mt. Vernon : man saved a child's life after an accident last week east of j the city. ; The letter, from J. W. Sho- ilosky of Piopolis, 111., said he \ came upon the wreckage of a! j truck and car off in a ditch \ | and could hear the* moans of j jthe injured. I He said'a young Mt. 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