Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 17, 1966 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1966 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Gable's Widow's Father Dies in Charity Hospital ENCINO, Calif. (AP) - The widow of film star Clarit Gable was making funeral arrangements today for her father who died in a Pennsylvania hospital for the poor. Jackson Williams, 75, a retired structural iron worker, died in Erie County Hospital Tuesday of a heart ailment. His death came shortly after Kay Gable, who said she had not heard from her father in 36 years, learned from a reporter that her father was dying. Gable died six years ago today. BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower, president of Johns Hopkins University and brother of former Presi- , dent Dwight D. Eisenhower, has i been selected to receive a ' Brotherhood Award from the National Conference of Christians and Jews at Ihe organiza- I tion's 38th anniversary dinner here next week. Wednesday's Results Los Ang'es 124, Cincinnati 112 St. Louis 104, Detroit 101 Phila'phia 117, New York 108 LOCAL STUDENTS IN NEW FBATEBNITY AT SIU. Installed this month on Southern Illinois University's Carbondale campus was Oie Gamma Zeta Chapter of Beta Alpha PsI, national professional fraternity In accounting. Charter members shown are: Seated, from left, Ralph D. Swlck, SIU chairman of accounting; James A. Zwelfel of Peoria, treasurer; Paul G. Schoen of Carbondale, president; Dennis L. JUmmell of CartervlUe, vice president; Rita Kocher of Claremont, secretary; and Roland M. Wright, faculty vice president. Second row, Mary N. Barron, faculty; Edward J. Schmldlehi, Jr., faculty; Allan L. Comstock, Geneva; Keith Wehrman of Beecher; Frank Klostermann of Chester; Gary AdamI of Khigston^Mlnes; R. Frank Page and Mar\in W. Tucker of faculty. Back row, Donald W. Wilson of Woodlawn; Bandy Allan Ragan of Mount Vernon (1217 N. 17tii); Richard Dahl of Deerfleld; Richard DziarnowskI of Peru; Gary Kelser of Carbondale; Terry L. Meyer of Homel; Larry D. Hoffmsn of Sparta; Billy L. Jones of Eldorado; Roy W. Richards of faculty; and Thomas V. Hedges of Indiana University, who took part in the Installation. One New Oil Pool Discovered In October URBAN A, ILL., — One new oil pool, Sumner Central in Lawrence County, was discovered in Illinois in Octoljer, according to John C. Frye, chief of the Hli- npis State Geological Survey Division of the Department of Registration and Education. The discovery well is the No. 1 L. Petty driUed by Grant Mullenax in Sec. 28, T. 4N., R. 13W., about two miles north of the town of Sumner and over three miles west of production in Lawrence oil pool. The well was driUed to a total depth of 3,100 feet to test the Salem lime. It was cleaned out to 2,650 feet and completed for an initial production of 85 barrels of oil a day through perforations between 2,540 and 2,545 feet in the Spar Mountain formation. The October Drilling Report also lists four extensions to pools. These are an Aux Vases extension to Clay City Consolidated pool in Sec. 18, T. 1 N., R. 9E., Wayne County; a Benoist extension to lola Consolidated pool in Sec. 33, T. 5 N., R. 5 E., Clay County; an O'Hara extension to luka pool in Sec. 8, T. 2 N., R. 4 E., Marion County, and a McClosky extension to Lillyville pool in Sec. 36, T. 9 N., R. 6 E., Effingham County. Five new pay zones were dis- Why^Good-TimcT Charlie Suffers Uneasy Bladder Unwise eating or drinking mav be a source of mild, but annoying bladder irritations —making you feel restless, tense, and uncomfortable. 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A major supermarket chain in the New York area is selling small turkeys for 39 cents a pound, up 2 cents from last year. Large turkeys — 18 to; 24 pounds — are 35 cents, also up 2 cents. There was a record turkey crop this year, but much of it already has been 'eaten and more of the rest is going into special items such as turkey roasts that cost more. Bacon, wliich sold as high as $1.29 a pound last, winter, has fallen to almost half that. Pork cliops are down 10 cents in the New York area. Pork and beef are down 2 cents a pound in San Francisco and Portland, Ore., reflecting larger supplies. Egg prices have risen with the holiday demand. They are up 4 to 6 cents a dozen in the New York area, 5 cents in Southern j California and 2 to 3 cents in ttie Pacific Northwest. 1 Florida is harvesting the first of what is shaping up as a record citrus crop. It will mean bargains in fresh oranges, I covered in pools, as follows; the Warsaw in Allendale pool, the O'Hara in Exchange West pool, the McClosky in Logan pool, the Aux Vases in Marion East pool, and the Spar Mountain in Yale pool. The extension to Marion East pool is a shut-in gas well. Wells producing oil from the St. Louis lime continue to be drilled in Jasper County in the area of the St. Louis "play" that began at the turn of the year. This area is in the northern part of Clay City Consolidated pool between the towns of Newton and Willow Hill. Six St. Louis wells were reported in October. One of these, the W.H. KinsellNo. I.Joe Hippler in Sec. 27, T. 7 N., R. 10 E., had an initial production of 899 barrels of oil a day, flowing. A total 5t 106 new oil and gas tests was drilled in October. Of these, 54 were completed as oil wells, one as a gas well, and 51 as dry holes. In addition, four formerly dry holes were reworked and completed as oil wells. Estimated production for Illinois for October was 5,251,000 barrels of oil. rots and canned applesauce, creamed corn and sauerkraut are headed higher. Supplies already are tight in some fruits and vegetables because of crop problems last summer. The Defense Supply Agency also has taken more from the civilian market. NEW ORLEANS, La., (AP) Earl Warren Jr. of Sacramento, Calif., son of the U.S. chief justice, has been selected president of the National Association for Mental Health. Kidney Danger Signals Getting up nigliti, burning, fraqueni or scanty flow, lag or bacic paini may warn ef functional iddney dii- ordari—"Dangor Olaoad." Civa l(idn«y< a GENTLE lift with Bukeli, Ilia tonic- dur«tlc. Increase and regulate passage IN 4 DAYS or your 39c back at any drug counter. TODAY at Ross Drugs. FREE TURKEYS 1 given away each day, nov\^ till Thanksgiving. Just register. No purchase necessary. VERN'S 24th and Broadway STANDARD SERVICE Ml. 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