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Weather- Here And Elsewhere MT. ^TEBNON WEATHER Tuewhiy high 65, low 36. Rainfall 1066 to date 29.94 DEATHS Mack H, Isom Of Sesser Dies; Funeral Friday Mack Hershel Isotn, Ti, former'' ly of Sesser, died yesterday at Haines Giy, t\a., wher« he was visiting Ws «)n. Services wffl be at U a.m. Friday at the Brayfiedd Flmeral Home in Sesser. Burial vUti be at the Ward cemetei-y. Friends inay call at the Brayfield Funeral Home Thursday aftetnoon. Mr. Isom was the son of M. C. and Lucy (Ward) Isom. His wife, Laura, died Sept. 6, 1966. Mr. Isom was a retired farmer and had lived In this area most ol his life. ftmdvot* include: Three sons, Harry Isom «t Haines Cily, Fla., Albert Isom of south C&roliita and Mack Isom of Arkansas; tiifee step tfhlldren, Virgil Marlow and Mrs. Vada, Hall, both of Sesser and BUI New- (Boston, cloudy 45 bury of WaltonviUe, and several I Bj^nalo. cJ<iudy 37 At Cape Kennedy Astronauts Reporting On Space Flight THE REGISTER-NEWS — MI^RNON, tLLINOlS VVEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER !i6, 1966 Morkets Mt« V«rnon Hog Market Prices paid mitil 12:30 p.m. today were 50e higher. The fop was 20.15 for 190 to 220 B.v HOWARD BENEDICT [ lb. Iiogs. AI» Aerospace Writer Sows were 16.75 for 300 weight CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) I down; sows 300 weight and over - Flashing broad grins, the; 16.50. down. Boars were 13.00 and 13.30. After 12:30 p. m. today prices One year ago—high 73, low i Gemini 12 astronauts flew back 31 ; to Cape Kennedy today and thanked the launch crews for! I the perfect blastoff tliat enabled Uiem to end America's Gemini project with a record-shattering space flight. Five years ago— high 68, low ; 42. Ten years ago--high 43, low 24. Thm-sday sunrise Q:47, sunset !4!42 (CST) ' will be prices. based on next day's Mt. Vernon Qrnln grandchildren. L W. Robertson, Former Resident, Dies In California The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy 42 24 ^ Albuquerque, clear 68 39 Atlanta, clear 65 39 .... Bismarck, fog 42 16 Boise, cloudy 62 52 31 .... .30 51 T 34 .... 28 _.. 36 .... 47 32 Chicago, clear 54 Cincinnati, cloudy > 54 Cleveland, cloudy .... 48 Denver, cloudy 70 Des Moines, clear .... 68 Detroit, cloudy 46 Fairbanks, clear .... -15 -23 Fort Worth, clear _.. 75 50 Helena, cloudy 62 36 Lionel W. Robertson, 58, a i Honolulu, clear 86 73 fdrmer resident of Mt. Vernon, Indianapolis, cloudy • .58 37 died Monday at the U.S. Naval jJa<!'fSonvJlle, cloudy 69 57 Hospital in San Diego, Calif., I "^""^au, cloudy 24 12 after a short illness. Kansas City, clear .... 72 55 He was a resident of Joshua Angeles, cloudy 70 Tree. Calif. : Louisville, cloudy 59 Mr. Roberts&nwas the son of JJf '^P''*''' clear _. 66 Ghalon and Jessie (WiUiamsdn) I Miami, clear 76 Robertson, fonhe* well known residents of Mt Vernon and Belle Rive. As a small boy he attended Edison school here, before the family moved to lowa. A veteran of World War II, h'e served as ait offlcef in the SJea Bees. /At his request tte fuftei -al i^'lll be private, with rto flcinvers, aiHd burial will be in tile n4- tiortal cemetery at 2d Palms, ^ [Salt Lk. City, cloudy 67 52 . Besides his parents, who re-; San Diego, cloudy ..„ 69 62 .02 choice 23.00. Sheep 60 36 39 72 50 45 52 .30 45 34 50 41 29 Milwaukee, clear MplS,-St.P., fog New Orleans, cloudy 71 NeW York, clear 50 Okla. City, clear — 73 Omaha, clear 66 Philadelphia, clear _ 48 Phoenix, clear 81 49 Pittsburgh, cloudy _ 47 28 Ptlnd, Me., cloudy .. 42 Ptlnd, Ore., rain ...... 52 Rapid City, dear ...... 56 Richmond, clear — 58 St. Lbuis, clear 65 25 47 36 29 44 .40 ie at Jofehua Tree, MC is survived by his wife, the former lona Barrick; three sifiters, Mfs. Helen Harriion of Mt Vernon, San Fran., cloudy _.. 63 Seattle, rain 53 Tampa, clear „ 78 Washington, clear 53 Navy Capt. James A. Lovcll Jr. and Air Force Maj. Edwin E. (Buzz) Aldrin Jr. landed here in separate planes alwut 11 a.m. (EST) after a two4iour trip from the aircraft carrier Wasp, which plucked the astronauts from the western Atlantic Ocean Tuesday. Their four-day orbital journey concluded the historic Gemini program and opened the gate to the Apollo man-to-the-moon project. As America's newest heroes bounded onto solid ground for the first time since their fiery rocket departure last Friday, they were greeted by a large ; red, white and blue sign which j listed all 10 manned Gemini flights and said; "Gemini program successful." . Another read "Welcome back 5.00^.00, Jim and Buzz." "We're last but not least," . .. Lovell said. "Buzz and I are both happy to end the Gemini program with what we hope was a success. I "We've had quite a bit of fun and experience ... a lot of thrills, some troubles, but I think we've learned a lot and gained some more knowledge toward our space efforts, and we're anxiously looking forwai'd to apply this new knowledge we've learned toward future programs. "Everytx)dy lierc lias done an outstanding job space," Lovell said Tlion, Lovell added, "The better grade spacecraft behaved and got us back home, nice safe and sound with no trouble and of course we're thankfulfor Uiat." Champion spacfrwalker Al- The following prices were quoted in Mt. Vernon this afternoon: Soybeans 2.80. New shell com 1.23. LIVESTOCK NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP)—Estimates for Thursday: Hogs 8.000; cattle 1,000; calves 2iJ0; sheep 300. Hogs 6,000; 190-240 lb barrows and gilts 20.25-21.25; 300-600 lbs sows 16.25-18.00, cattle 1,500, calves 130; good to choice steers 22.50-25.25; good to choice heifers 22.00-34.00; cows 16,00-18.00; good to choice, vealers S.00-35.00; good and i was successful. ITS A PONY—This strange-looking creature Is Snooky, s 9-year-oId dapple gray pony which has a sweet tooth. Ch»J- mer Justice of near Indianapolis, the owner, says the weird hahrdo Is naturaL (AP Wlrephoto) CUT BENIGN POLYP FROM HIS THROAT (Ck)ntinaed from Page 1) Moyers quoted the doctors as saying Johnson would be taking good to primefew steps around his hospital slaughter calves 18.00- 600; wooled lambs 18.00-22.00; cwes .J 'oof '^te"" ^'^^s^ Moyers reported Johnson be- Chicago Produce CHICAGO (AP) - (Usda) Too Much News? Ask Speck Indictment Dismissal At COP Caucus Arrington Holds Senate Leadership ifSPMNGFIELD, HI. (AP) Sen. W. Russell Arrington of Evanston retained his leadership of the Illinois Senate Tuesday night at a caucus of the Republican majority. Arrington, 60, was re-elected president pro tempore in advance of the legislative session starting Jan. 4. The Senate must ratlfj' the caucus action. The caucus also renamed Sens. Joseph Peterson of Princeton and Robert Coulson of Waukegan as Republican majori^ whips. Arrington told a news conference that Republicans, who hold a majority in the House as well as in the Ssnate, would vote "at least a one cent increase" in the five cents a gallon state gasoline tax for road purposes if Gov. Otto Kerner proposes it. In a statement, Arrington said Senate Republicans "will again present a comprehensive legislative program." "We will work with all responsible public officials — regardless of pai-ty affiliation," he CHICAGO (AP)-A public de- said, gan corning out of the anesthetic f^^^^^ brought newspaper cllp- atxjut 15 minutes after the surgery was completed. In another 20 minutes, he said. Live poultry: wholesale buying johnson was handed a pad and prices unchanged to 2 higher; roasters 23^^-25%; Ri»3cial fed White rock fryers 18'/i-20; young wrote out: hen turiteys 31-34; young torn turkeys 28-30; geese 32-33. pings, radio tapes and photo- The caucus chose Edward Fernandes of Jacksonville for At Court House Open House At Home Advisers Office Thursday Consumer Education Week in Jefferson county will be climaxed by an "Open House" in the Home Adviser's office, basement of the county courthouse, on Thursday, November 17, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. At this time, all who would: like to have mformation on consumer educatlort are invited to stop in the office and select bulletins that are of interest to them. This open house offers eveiyone the opportunity of getting acquainted with the extension program in Jefferson county and to become familiai* with tht sei-vices available to them through this organization. Consinner Education Week, sponsored through the C^oopera- tive Extension Service, is being observed by the Jefferson County Homemakers and Extension Staff In Home Economics. This Week is designed to remind consumers of educational Home Economics information available through the bulletins prepared by subject matter specialists at the University of Ili- nois. pencil — he is supposed to favor his throat for a while — and graps to court today to support Sanate clerk; Stewart Sweeney his actions for dismissal of a of Jerseyville, sergeant-at-arms, murder indictment charging and Mrs. Madge Green of Pal-' Richard Speck with the July 14 estlne, postmistress. I slayings of eight student nurses. Accident Case Settled Here And Trial Ends Gerald Getty Jr., the defense coiuisel, contended that prejudi- the "Tell me something.'" , , The doctors then gave John-^ ciaT ~publidt>^"'" influenced rmrAGO (AP^ - Chicaeo^"" ^ ^"^^ account oi the opera- I grand jury that returned the in- MeSiif Ex ^cUge "S'lsThrm".^ M barely steady; wholesale buymg ^nson reached for the pad ' Kl, frades 7'TA"?TB 65 %-Tc^^«^'" Gelly also told Judge Herbert 7, 92 A 67. 90 B 65%. 89 C 63 that took place." | G. Paschen in the criminal divi- Trial of two consolidated damage suits, growing out of an accident near Mt. Vernon in 1964, ended abruptly in circuit court Tuesday afternoon when the TAX AND AID REVENUE FOR SCHOOL OFF parties announced that the suits had been settled. Judge William Eovaldi of Bcn- (Contintied from Page 1) I doption by the board. The safety code has been a A whites 48%;; the procedure took 53 minutes, mixed 48; mediums 39Vii; standards 42; checks 38. ton, who was presiding at the jui-y trial, immediately dismissed the suits. The suits resulted from an accident November 28, 1964 on U.S. Route 460, nine miles west of Ml. Vernon. Involved were a car driven by Gerald Benton and Cash Grain the alternative to dismissal of rulings having been handed down ^ ^, v M .. n w .nH Moyers said the polyp in the the indictment, a transfer of the I The safety survey was delayed j owned oy t. Moran, inc. ana President's throat was larger, case to another county for trial. ' during the court proceedings un- an auto dnven by Jack McClure than the doctors had expected. He said they estimated it at 4 by Judge Paschen_ did not nale tU the Superintendent of Public -4°-^J„''^> Con^^^^^^^ Bot^Jd Lauds Mt. Vernon Grid Team The Mt. Vernon High School board counted up its football gate receipts last night but they came out on the debit side in t:om- parlson to the plaudits handed out to the players and coaches. In four home games this year (the final game of the season is at Carbondalo Friday) the school realized $3,763 in paid admissions. The largest attraction of the heme slate was with Benton when 1,777 persons purchased tickets. Supcrintondont Eltis Henson said the West Frankfort contest "could have been a big one fop us except for the weather." Jack McDonald, a member of the boai'd made this observation of the season: "When I see football I want to hear that leather pop. Tlie way our boys have blocked and tackled this year is indlctative of good coaching and determined playing. I say that regai;dless of the won and lost record." Other board members and Henson joined with him in extending "congratulations" to the players and coaches. The board gave Archie Woodrome, principal, permission to ask the South Seven Conference to establish a standai-d for paid admission to "B" squad games. At present no admission is charged in Mt. Vernon but other schools in the conference do. Woodrome said "other schools in the conference are not happy with our football facilities." He said the dissati.sfuclion stems from the small space bolweon the bounriai-y lines of the field and the spoctator area. Stella Stokes In Loop Office Stella Stokes, a graduate of Mt. Vernon high school and an alumna of .Mt. Vernon Jr. College, Is now employed at Zurick immediately on Getty's motions instruction issued an order that' ™- -"^ aealns Jack , oriA ho ocUo/i vor ^T -torc ir, «i- ..„„j„..^„ K« rr,at Kv ^- '"Oran, ittc. againsi jacK ^ M IS. Ruth Lothenthel of Greert-, Winnipeg, cloudy .... 30 brae. Calif., and Mrs. Mable I T—Trace Sphillman of Joshua Tree, Calif.; three grandchildren and « step graiiddaUghter. r5 1 .Bo'drrheT tepTed f= and „ CHICAGO (AP)-Wheat No. 2 5 millimeters - a millimeter is and he asked reporters to r^| the code standards be met by^-J'^-«co'S;ie 'Sk T e 44 .12 'said- I hard 1.75y4n; No. 2 red 1.75y4n. -04 of an mch - whereas in ad- frain from repeating aspects of 1970. I Tnmn ^l Jti..^ tioiv^ tZ 62 .... "l" feel humble and proud to' Com No. 2 yellow 1.28y.-32%. vance of the operation the | the case H ^.ich are "0 longer ^^^.^ ^^^i^.t^^ ^^ take ' ZSetolte automobile " have been a part of the last Oats No. 2 heavy white 78n. Soy- doctors had estimated only 3 news and which might be pre- ^ ^^^^ A '^'^^^^^ '° ' automobile. E. D. Griffith Stricken, Dies While Hunting StATB TEMPERATURES Chicago Grant Park 54 51 OiicagO O'HaTe . Chicago Midway BeUevllle Moline Peoria Quincy flight in Gemini. What we did! bea"s No. 1 yellow lOlVzn. up there and what we saw was a treat for me as an individual. ... It was just fantastic. "We certainly appreciate all 55 49 the work that has gone into 54 49 making this flight a success." 61 41 i Then Aldrin unfurled a Soybean oil 10.85n; Moyers said the doctors told him the polyp was located on i the edge of the right Vocal chord damage judicial •J .v/,-wu w i-uv ^-.-.....j. .. up t0| jn a counter-claim McClure While" criticizing newspaper, ' fn'f R.fuHi.^" D' ^°'?!: """"P^ ^ radio and televisiOT coveragfof ^^JP', ^I 'V^Tr ^s ^Stl' ^^'^^^ ^"^^ ^ St. Louis itheedgeof the right Vocal chord the case generally, he singled W.140 for BuUding E and W,15C $15,000 for injuries. B-^J.. ^ [and had "dropped lower than out Life magazine for an article ^ ^'^^"^ ^- „, ' In a later action Gerald Benton , f rOaliCO I the doctors had seen prior to wliich Getty said "probably had ! The recommendations call for , filed suit against Jack McQure, I ii ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs and ^« operation." I all the evidence the state will! addition of doors, smoke screens, 1—' ^ 'Gd live poultry: j He said that the pathologists present" against Speck. 1 fireproofing of ceilings or new 61 50 Army, Beat Navy", sign which Eggs, consumer grades: A^''" performed the exami-| The defense counsel ~ asserted, ceilings, heat detectors, more 4o he had unfurled in space during large 43.45, A medium 39-41, A f^*'"""^*^® ~ conducted Rockford Springfield Dubuque ; Everett Dennison Griffith, 50, brother of Mrs. Raymond Ea- ijock, died Tuesday of an apparent heart attack while hunt- Green Bay .. ing near Bioomington. ! Madison Mrs. Eatock and her husband, Paducah moved to West Frankfort from Mt. Vernon about a year ago. They had lived here many years. Services fiw Mr. Griffith will he at East Alton, HI., his home. He operated a sporting goods store at Wood River. ' Survivors include: The widow, Mrs. Nelba Griffith; his mother, Mrs. Hattie Griffith of West Frankfort; two daughters, Mrs. Denise Sheilds Of Benton, and Pattie Griffith of the home; one son, Denny Griffith of Benton; six sisters, Mrs. Eatock, Mrs. Fulks of St. Ix>uis, Mrs. C^harles Suskey, Mrs. Fulford Dorris, bbth of Zeigler, Mrs. Roy Odle and Mrs. Cltivis Erthale, both of West Frankfort, and one grandchild. 59 ... o " 00 o'rt"' — " »cL«' 'n a room close by the operating fiQ 4Q his record walk outside the cap- small 28 -30, B large JiHu; _ ^^^.^ jj^, Wolner % 1^ -sule. Aldrin is a West Point wholesale grades, standard 37- ^^^^ Clinic and Dr. m M graduate. ^' unclassified 29-31, checks »- james Hume of Bethesda. „ . (N MQ "I told him he was in a very 22. . , 'The latter doctor is one of the Vandalla M M pj,g(,^pipus position to be show- Hens, heavy 14*15; light over pathologists who participated in -fl ing a sign like that to me," 5 lbs 9-10; under 5 lbs no price; the post-mortem examination of 40 fa quipped Navy man Lovell. '1 broilers and fryers 25y.-25%. j president John F. Kennedy. . was on the inside and he was | regards how the hernia was repaired, Moyers said Dr. George Hollenbeck, chief sur- MIDWEST - 50 35 65 31 on the outside." Lovell's mother, Mrs. Blanche Lovell of nearby Edgewater, Southern Illinois - Tempera-'TOO"persons FIVE-DAY FORECAST W9li Stre»t NEW YORK (AP)-'nie stock; _„.., ZnnJ' n^erouD "of I ^""^^^^^ Strongly in active geon in this part of the opera• who wprf at the "^"^'"^ ^^''^^ «ftemoon aft- ition. had said the defect in the tures will average 3 to S de- cTpe"Kennedy landing strip to';,;", ^^^^ •'°»"«°"'« abdominal muscle waU and grees above the seasonal nor- greet the astronauts. i i,^^^' , °verlymg tissues was about a mals for the period Thursday | 'If ef' shaking hands with I ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ through Monday with only mi-'many of the greeters, Lovell 'J^roa?was not SgnS nor day to day change. The nor- and Aldrin were whished off by *^^-ces mo^i aEd on a mal high temperature ranged automobile for a medical exam- brVad front ^d most «OUDS from the upper 40s north to the ination and to begin 10 days of ™;,5 °?L!_ -.!?lu!* mid 50s south. The noi-mal low extensive flight de-brlefings. temperature ranges trom The astronauts will remain at around 30 north to the mid 30s Cape Kennedy until Friday or south. Little or no precipitation Satiu-day, discussing their space I M expected during tiie period. I flight In general terms. Then they will fly to the Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Hospitol Nofet ^etfersoh Memorttl A<1mltted: Mary Belle Randolph, Fairfield, HI. Leona Lucy Davis, 529 south 2bth. Ida Lee Rider, McLeansboro. Discharged: nXINOIS WEATIIER By THE ASSOOUTED PRESS Topcoats were optional in Illinois today as a gentle flow of It was an aftermath of Johnson's earlier gall bladder operation, a failure of proper healing at the point where drainage { tubes had been inserted. It was through this break in Illumination in classrooms, sprinkling systems, hand rails, revision of fire escapes. The matter was referred to the building committee for more something not presented at the study, pending Davis' final ana- t^al." lysis. Speck wearing a dark blue New texts approved were in suit, white shirt and blue tie, the fields of geometry, English that prospective jurors certainly have been influenced by what they have read or heard of the case and that this fact would "lead to a verdict based on listened intently but without showing emotion during his law- grammar, English literature, Mathematics, biology, chemistry, and the glamor stocks showed gains. „ - — Boeing, reacting I0 a pub- the muscle wall and overlying lished report that it is favored tissue that a part of the Presi- to build the supersonic trans- dent's viscera—possibly a small port, spurted 2%. | section of the colon — protruded Electronics also advanced be- g^^d formed a golf ball-sized oiJiiotri;»«ii. >-<^i.t", ; cause of the great amount of hump on the President's abdom- Tex., for several days ot ae- electronic equipment required en peratures Into the 60s again. The Weather Bureau said the' U'^^'^^ LTI K^^ 7'I average at noon was up 2.3 to ^l^wT. spel, Of sunny. rnM telZ '^^^f^l^^^^^^^^^ with industri.als 'up 2.7, , ^^S^ 36, is active in this Held, jumped 4 points. The Associated Press 60-stock Moyers said Hollenbeck told him the "defect was closed with stitches that pulled the edges of the muscle and its sheath to- „ , ^ . I a triumphant end Tuesday when wiU conbnue at least through, ^leir space chariot splashed into rails up 2.1 and utilities'up .9. „^ ^ ^.^HH^K'^ , operation the President's heart -----o.-,uieirspace cnmiui spmsncu imo| The Dow Jones average of 30 j^^^j ^^^^ monitored with an Thursday and peak tempera-; the Sargasso Sea area of the , industrials at noon was up 4.95 electrocardiography machine -- tures at the southern end of the Atlantic Ocean, about 700 mUes ^t 820.26. presumably because of his his- state may reach the low 70s. soutlieast of Cape Kennedy. Gulf & Western, whose man- ^^ ^ ^^^g. j, ^^^^^ ^^^^^ I Quincy and Vandalia had The landing was another e.x- agement boosted earlier esti- ^ ^gg^ 1 highs of 63 Tuesday and it was ample of the precision America n^^tes of profits, advanced 1% , ' . anesthetic was several degrees warmer along has reached in its man-in-space to 33% on a block of 57,800 after „ • i the Ohio River. Across the north ' ' yer's argument. He leaned for- salesmanship, secretarial, ecb- ward to get a better view of pic- j^mlcs, driving, turs of himself and of the knife possibility of the long with which he IS accused of kill- ..^est" period (formerly known ing some of the victuns . ^^^^^i^^, ^ted rl'^rZ^^Sf.^ hi board studied the school cook County Hospital where he ,._j„_ ,^,.„^^^„A^A h.. *u« had been taken from a Skid ff^f recommended by the Row hotel after he inflicted cuts » on his arm and wrist in a suicide attempt. Connie W. Dark, Lawrence and • i Helen Hite, doing iMsiness as J ^ the Brass Key tavern, and Delcie Folden, doing business as the Curve Inn tavern. He sought $150,000 for uijuries from Clark and McClure, and $15,000 for injuries from the dram shop operators. He also sought $20,000 from the dram shop operators, for tlie benefit of his family. Details of the settlement were not announced in court. STELtA STOKES Two Accidents Here Tuesday Damage amounted to more Blood Donors Needed Here For Heart Surgery Local residents with 0 positive blood are needed aj donors State law requires 176 days of for a Mt. Vernon won tan who: school during the year and es-'will undergo open heart surgery tablishes the rest period so that on December 8. Insurance Company, 111 West Jackson, in the CJiicago loop, ax a key punch operator. She graduated in the IBM administrative key-punch ccurse at Bryant Station Business College, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Stella is the granddaughter of Mr, and Mrs. Mose Stokes Sr. of this city. it can be altered in case a school The operation, originally must use one of the days to scheduled this month, was post- meet the required number of poned until December when the school days. Situations that can change the rest period are days off due to Files Suit To Divorce Wife William M. Easley filed suit for divorce against Neva EaSley The local donors will go to ! in circuit court here Tuesday, patient developed a cold. St. Louis on Wedncsdciy, De- programs. For the fourth Mrs. Mai^ Lee Stencil and ba-' JJ^ jo"*"™ were in stniiglit time, a Gemini craft by, Jeffrey Scott, 2801 Mannen. Mi-s. Judy Lynn Ferguson and „ . , . - • baby, Beth Ann, RFD 5, Cen- '"^'^^"O' back into the 3Qs in the splashdown to be relayed live tralia. 111. extreme south and in the north- by television to U.S. homes. Cari Lynn Jones, Brownsville ^} morning lows were A helicopter put the spacemen a trading halt. ,"^^d, Moyers said a general Republic Steel, which Tues- «"««f!i ^'5ia system was used - nvpV-iv^" ,• u , "^"^'^ *° ^'^ day raised its dividend, Bethle- "^^t is, substances designed to uvermght coolmg shrank tlie cOvery ship for the descent and ^ hem and Jones & Lauchlin'P"^ ^® patient "asleep." Rd. John Adolphus Williams, McLeansboro. Oood Samaritan Admitted: Opal Newell, ,Waltonville. Carrie Hardy, 1204 north 19th. mostly in the 40s. Moyers said Johnson was given a much lesser amount of Tuesday. An afternoon accident at Ninth and Jordan involved cars driven by Walter R. Newell, Jr., 23, Route 1, Waltonville, and Nancy M. Reece, 17, 910 south 24th. Each car was damaged about $100. An earlier accident, in the 1000 cy. If the full rest week is apDlied It would come after the Good Friday-Easter weekend, meaning there would be no school be- Red Cross regional center, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Whole blood must be donated plaint. day prior to open heart charging desertion in the complaint. . The couple mai'ried March 16, 1949 and separated November 1, 1965, accoi-ding to the com- the ginning with March 24 (Good surgery, to activate the heart- Friday-Easter weekend, meaning lung machtoe. there would be no school begin- block of Casey Avenue, involved ginning with March 24, (Good Fria pickup truck owned by Harvey Jefferson coimty people willing to be blood donors are asked BOB SAYS: BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mltdnell of! —. - _ ^ 2114 Cherry are the parents of command pilot Lovell said: gained about half a point. Among the electronics. Zenith ,and Raytheon picked up more anesthetics than he was given on the deck of the aircraft car-1 than a point. his gall bladder and kidney rier Wasp 30 minutes later and; The averages were helped by stone operation more than a they sti-ode jauntily across a red 1 gains of about a point by AT&T ; year ago — an operation that carpet, acknowledging the: and of nearly 2 points by Du 2 hours and 15 minutes. cheers of hundreds of sailors. Stepping to a microphone. Mary Elizabeth Morgan, RFD a daughter born at 6:07 o'clock "We're both happy to end the | roid 2^ and Xerox 6. Pont. ! He said the lesser amount of Gains by high-priced voIatUe anesthetics given this time ap- stocks included IBM Sya, Pola- parently accounted for the Pres- Joiner, Elizabeth- this morning in Good Samaritan ' Gemini program with a success, hospital. She weighed seven I hope we can continue to do as well in the space program." Aldrin added: "We tried real hard to please everybody. I 1. Sherman , , ^ t^^yn jU pounds ten ounces. EdAa Merriman, 1111 North ^J; fnf Mrs. Carl Franshan gtreet i °^ Stockston, Calif., are the par- Veni Baldridge, Bluford. °^ ^ daughter bom Novem- Monty Dale Dial. 1401 south ^er 10 in a hospital in that city. j5tj, She weighed seven pounds one Wilbur Karch, RFD 4. I o"nce and has been named Re- -.— _ Mildred Drennan, 2234 Caaey. Ijecca Jean. The grandparents tions, which tb.ey passed easily. Mollie Ctooper, Ashley. are Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Qark "They are in excellent condi- Shirley Reynolds, 1117 West-i^' city. 1 tion and are in extremely good pott I Mr. and Mrs. Jerald G. Howell spirits," reixsrted NASA physi- •William Ashbaugh 1305 south °' Carbondale are the parents cian Dr. Kenneth Beers. "There .ident's "rather quick response." New York Central advanced Mrs. Johnson was with the more than 2 points and lUinois' President early this morning be- Ontral tadced on more than a lore the operation, having re- pojnt. mained in the hospital over- Prices advanced in active night, hope we've come half-way ! trading on the American Stock Immediately after the opera- there." ' Exchange. i^'on ended. Dr. Cain went to her Then they went below decks , -•• (room in the presidential suite to NEW YORK (AP) - Dow i^f^^.^ the First Lady that the Jones noon stock averages: : operation had been successful. 30 Indus - 820,26 up 4.95 j ^t Mrs. Johnson's suggestion, 20 Rails 207.10 up 2.96 daughters Lynda and Luci had 15 Utils for extensive physical examina- 27th. Fkiyd Phelpe, Bonnie. Brenda Hooker, Methodist Children's Home. DiaclMived: Ernest Goessman, RFD 3, Ben> too. ^Niek HassaWs. 832 P MC. Mary DiAestky. Blbutids, ZIL of a son bom November 14 in a ai-e no appai-ent problems, hospital in that city. He has been, Later, Aldrin said that walk- named Jeffrey Grant. The mother is the'former Judy Dycus and the gr*andparents are Mr. and Mrs, Kertneth Etycus of this city ing in space was "a lot more than I expected it to be." During tlie four-day flight he made thi-ee excursions outside 65 Stocks 290.52 up 2.47 Lawsuit Here Is Dismissed 137.50 up 0.81 remained at the White House M^. T u n «i ~—— ..^^.v.- I A lawsuit resulting from an ac^1 .^"r!^" ' ^2 - a record 2-hour. 9- cident was dismissed in circuit ?r!. fjeat-grandparents minute space walk and two! court here yesterday, on moUon ^.J!X,: ^ ^"^^ _ |sP^^^ ^^"''s totaling 3 hours 271 of the plaintiffs. Nolan Sandy, 404 aoutb 7th. . Laughlln and Mrs. Cora Dycus, I all of Mt. Vernon and Oscar Py- cus of Chicago, Learoon Page, £na. minutes during which he thrust the upper part of his body 1 through an open hatch to pay The suit was Jack Gaunt and Roxie Gaunt vs. Margaret Warnfar and Earl Warner. during the operation and Mrs. Johnson telephoned them with the good news afterwards. The girls were expected to visit their father later today, Moyers said. Moyers said Johnson is expected to remain in the hospital "several days." Asked about the possibility of B recurrence of the throat polyp, Moyers said Dr. Gould had reported it wa» "possible, but unlikely." Longbons, 40, Route 1, and a truck driven by Carl M. Howell, 43, 1601 south 15th. Officers said a step on the right side of Howell's truck fell down and caught the left front door and fender of the parked tx-uck. The Longbons vehicle was damaged about $100. Car Damaged By Vandals A case of vandalism in which a parked car was damaged was reported to Mt. Vernon police this morning. Vandals slashed the top and seats of a convertible car while it was pai'ked on the city parking lot at Tenth and Jordan. The car was the property of Cliff King, 420 south 22nd street. CIRCUIT coimx day) throughout the remainder, to call Barbara Strattan at the of the following week. I Red Cross office, 244-2083. Cases in circuit court included: Joseph E. FilWns, West Frankfort, fined $10 on traffic charge of improper passing; Cecil Stringer, Qiicago, six days in jail on charge'of driving ! while intoxicated. NEW PEABODY MINE ST. LOUIS (AP) — T.C Mullins, president of the Peabody Coal Co., announced today plana to open a new mine near Neiw ShawneetowA, HI. The mine is expected to produce one million tons of coal annually. 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