Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 29, 1969 · Page 6
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 6

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 29, 1969
Page 6
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6—A THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1969 STATE TEMPERATURES Rockforcl. cloudy M-iline, cloudy C'iii;icy, cloudy Vandalia, storm Cin'cago CP. cloudy Peoria, cloudy Springfield, cloudy .. B- ''eville, storm MIDWEST Dubuque, cloudy Burlington, fog Paducah, drizzle Madison, cloudy Sooth Bend, fog (M—Missing; T—Tracei 48 •12 M •I') 50 52 4,'S ,12 .'!2 34 .'15 M .'{.'! 20 :;1 52 27 :i6 .15 .15 .80 .10 M .10 .45 T .05 ..",2 .01 .51 T'ivo-Day Forocasls: Southern Illinois — Temperatures will average 8 1" 12 degrees below the seasonal nor­ mals for the five day period through Monday. Cold temperatures continuing throughout the period. Normal highs are in the upper 2,0s central to the mid 40s extreme south. Normal lows are near 20 central to the mid 2Cs extreme south. Precipitation amounts will average one hell' to one inch occurring as rain or snow mostly over the weekend. Northern Illinois Temperatures Thursday through Monday will averaee (; to 12 de- degrees below normal. Normal hign 28 to Normal low 11 to Illinois is cloudy and colder with a chance of snow. Maximum temperatures are likely to be around 30. The mercury rose to 543 degrees Tuesday in St. Louis and 52 in Paducah, Ky. It was 50 in Belleville and 39 in Chicago. Overnight lows included 29 degrees in Dubuque, Iowa, and 32 in Quincy and Moline. There was a trace of fog at Chicago's O'Hare International ; Airport today, but a control tower spokesman said all inbound and outbound traffic was moving smoothly. Plon "Heart Sunday" Name Key Chairmen In Heart Fund Drive Here T!.'E WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. 1 Albany, sleet 18 03 .\'>i;<|iion |iie, cloudy 52 32 .... KEY COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN of the Heart Fund Association met recently to formulate plans lor the coming fund drive. Left to right—Forrest Stewart, rural solicitation; Mrs. Bobbie Atchison, public information; James A. Gresham, campaign chairman; Carroll Overturf, business district chairman; Mrs. Leo Myers, community program chairman; Mrs. Goff Thompson, Heart Sunday chairman. (Richard Clark Photo) i Atlanta, rain 35 33 .14 i 1 : . smarek, snow .. ...-8 -20 T . 29 05 .05 Boston, cloinlv 25 17 liuKalo. rain 37 *V> .),) .11 Chit ego, cloudy 39 35 .17 Cincinnati, rain 42 37 .44 i Cleveland, cloudy .12 37 .44 De.iver, cloudy 35 23 .... ' Des Moines, cloudy. 27 1(5 perroil, fog 42 35 .50 Fairbanks, cloudy .. 10 -'•'!'» 7-"orl Worth, rain 77 48 .10 Helena, cloudy .... -11 -25 .05 Hong Kong has an area of 398 square miles and a population of 3.8 million, including more than a million refugees from Communist China. ' fo'iolulu, clear week and little change in temperatures through the weekend. I"' ianapoll's, rain ... Precipitation will total over one .Jacksonville, cloudy hajf inch in ram or snow about. Thursday and again this weekend. .Jue.eau, clear 1-1 Ka.isas City, rain ... 33 Los Angeles, clear .. 51 'lernphis. cloudy ...... 58 Miami, clear 73 iUi'waukee, cloudy .... .'',5 Mpls.-St. P., cloudy 28 New Orleans, cloudy 78 New York, snow 26 Illinois Weather By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dripping overcast skies and considerable fog prevailed in Illinois today, but moderate temperatures melted the ice that coaled highways ami streets Tuesday. Showers and thundorshowers were widespread in Illinois, Iowa and Missouri. Temperatures ranged from 32 to 38 in northern Illinois and from the upper 40s to the mid 50s in the Ra r> 1(i City, snow 7 southern part of the state. si Louis, rain 5-1 The state was expected to get' S;;,t Lk - City, cloudy 35 rain and drizzle late tonight, be- j s ' ,n Diego, clear .... 57 coming mixed with snow as I San Fran., clear 45 temperatures fell. Low temper-; Seattle, snow 22 Btures were expected to range '• Tampa, cloudy 76 from the low 20s to the middle : Washin^lon, rain 33 30s. Winnipeg, cloudy .... 2 The outlook for Thursday in | (M-Missing) (T-Trace) Ol-.ia. City, rain O: iaha, snow 'Philadelphia, rain . Phoenix, cloudy ... Pittsburgh, rain ... PJnd, Me., cloudy i Pllnd, Ore., snow .04 -3 r S5 ?><23 It**-* SAIGON NUNS whiz through the South Vietnamese capital on a motor bike, the city's most popular means of transportation. NEW APPROACH — French gadget specialist Alain Dham uses his electrically-operated spaghetti fork. It automatical!/ rotates ths noodle for easy pickup. "Tamerlane and Other Poems" was Edgar Allan Poe's first published volume. He published it anonymously, at his I own expense, in Boston in 1827. The well of the U.S. House of Representatives is the space between the clerk's desk, which is immediate in front of the speaker's rostrum, and the first row of seats. James A. Gresham, Jefferson County Heart Fund campaign chairman today announced the appointment of the following key committee chairmen for the 1969 Heart Fund campaign in Jefferson county: Mrs. Goff Thompson, 320 N. 9th street — Heart S u nday chairman. Carroll Overturf, 3 Westbrook- business district chairman. Forrest Stewart, Texico - Rural solicitation chairman, ral sotlicitation chairman. Clyde White, 1803 Franklin Special events chairman. Guy Wood, Jr., 710 Kensington - special gifts chairman. Mrs. Thompson, Heart Sunday chairman, announces that Heart Sunday will be observed here as the high point of the month long Heart Fund campaign. Volunteers will call on their neighbors between February 17 and February 3. A volunteer corps is being re­ cruited to cover the residential section. "If you are interested in volunteering a few hours of your time, please contact Mrs. Thompson at telephone No. 2423131," the chairman said. Proceeds of the drive support research, education and community service activities of the Jefferson County Heart Association, the only voluntary health agency here devoted exclusively to combating diseases of the heart and circulation, which are responsible for more than half of all deaths in this county. TIMELY QUOTE It does not make sense to test an applicant by having him drive around a couple of blocks and then turn him loose in city traffic. —Victor J. Perini Jr. of Automotive Safety Foundation, urging more realistic driver license examinations. BACK AGAIN -Rep. Adam Clayton Powell was given his House seat back but with $25,000 fine and no seniority. He would like to be in charge of antipoverty subcommittee. 35c VALUE Lyds'a Grey TISSUES 200 Double Sheets 98c SIZE LYSOL SPRAY DISINFECTANT 7 Oz. Can 73c VALUE HOLLAND DUTCH iW REG. 25c EA., "SM National ICE CREAM Half Gallon in Choice of Flavors LIGHT BULBS 60, 75, 100 Watfs $1.19 VALUE LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC (4 Oz. 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