Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 29, 1969 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1959 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 7—» BLACKENED BY BLAST OF TANK CARS—Flames' spew from a butane tank car following a series of explosions that rocked Laurel, Miss., reducing; many homes to ashes. At least 18 tank cars exploded. (AP Wirephoto) BLACKOUT HITS FLORIDA TOWNS FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A million-kilowatt generator failure Tuesday sent a blackout hopscotching Florida leaving some Floridians snarled at lightless intersections and others dining by candlelight. The failure occurred at 6:08 p.m ( at Florida Power and Light Company's huge Port Everglades generating plant here. The intricate system of grids by which power is fed from generating stations to consumers spread the blackout as far away as Daytona Beach, St. Petersburg and Fort Myers, while it left many closer areas unaffected. A power company spokesman said there was no way of telling how many homes and businesses lost their power. However, reports from several larger cities had thousands of consumers out of power. St. Petersburg reported up to 15,000 homes were affected Tampa had 11,000 homes blacked out. Both cities receive their electricity from companies other than FP&L, but power flickered out because of a drain on interconnecting lines. Orlando had 35 per cent of its population in darkness for about half an hour. The blackout hit all but a small portion of tourJ- ist-jammed Daytona Beach. Fort Lauderdale, hardest hit NEWS BRIEF ADEN (AP) — Travelers reported Sunday that tanks and troops ringed an'a, the capital of Yemen, after a radio broadcast reported the smashing of a plot to assassinate President Abdal Rahman al Iryani. Radio Sas'a said Iryani told a tribunal that the plotters also intended 1 to assassinate the com- by the blackout, had no estimate of darkened homes. Service there was restored by 7:45 p.m. In most areas it took from 20 minutes to an hour, to restore service. . . But FP&L spokesmen said the situation could-have been much worse. They said safeguards built into the power distribution system prevented a Southeast recurrence of the great blackout in the Northeast in 1965. mander of the armed forces, Gen. Hammoudi i Jaify. The plotters were not named. Tension in the capital also was attributed to the slaying of the former chief of staff, Maj. Abdul Raqeeb Abdul Wahab, although it was not known whether his' death was linked to the plot. Reports reaching Aden said Wahab was killed by troops loyal to Premier Hassan al Amri who shelled his house after a •quarrel between the two men. Wahab commanded the forces that defended San'a against Royalist advances last January. The Yemen republic was established in September 1 1962 when a group of army officers overthrew the ruling monarch A civil war between Royalists and Republicans has continued intermittently since thes. Bills Introduced In Legislature . . . SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — Summary of bills introduced Tuesday in the Illinois legisla- ,uro: Permitting municipalities to Hue motor fuel tax funds for construction of sidewalks within the right-of-way of any street. Prohibiting state supported colleges and universities from engaging in business of selling tangible personal property if not directly pertaining to purchaser's course of study. Permitting candidates for office- to use nickname, title or degree on ballot. Directing state to acquire land and construct lock and dam on Kankakee River in Will County and sell water from the project. Allowing minors 18 years or older to give binding legal consent to medical and surgical procedures. Making it unnecessary for a phvsician or hospital to obtain consent from a minor to provide emergency treatment if consent is impracticable under the circumstances. Prohibiting probation officers and employes of the Illinois Paiole and Pardon Board and the Youth Commission from par­ ticipating in political activities. 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