Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 17, 1966 · Page 13
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
Page 13
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DR0QPlN6TMArAWAYP pJrrWA6^HALPA^6TWHEN LSs-,| SA6,THECOLONEL'S J H E 6(?TOOTOFBEDTW15 /V \ORN1N6 [IJ 60THCWES'ICKNE6& i •y Wait WctttrlMra e !« IT NU, Uc m bf. Hi• .. . ^ IX>/TTELLMEHE ^ Wl BLOfSa ear BEFORE 1 PLILUOFF TMETARP.L ALWAYS eo THPOUeM A pnuAL OF, RESPecr.'^ SNORT RIU ty RA7IK O'NEAl •UOI lUNNT PARK THAT^ PILE cy JUNK SOMEPLACE ELSE, SVLVESTERJ ^1 RESEWT VOUR ^ IMSINUATION ABOUT THE CONJOITIONJ OF MY VEHICLE: ^ CLUNKER STANDIN' HERE JAD PER BUSINS Mr Nowir scMNima e mur H". uc TX. Ui ht. 0* "Just look wise and remember this: It all boils down - to dumb iuckl" 65 TEARS AGO TODAY To the people who assisted in' securing the steel car plant for Mt. Vernon, a return of ten per cent on the amount they paid will ^ be paid. Lester Royal went to Benton to referee a basketball game between Benton and Nashville. GO YEARS AGO TODAY R.E. Davis has been appoin-' ted Standard Oil agent in Mtj Vernon. Isaac Vermillion and Hubert Leonard will leave Monday to attend the LO.O.F. meeting inj Springfield. ML Vernon dty councilmen, In regular session last night, adopted an amending ordinance forbidding establishement of pool halls or bowling alleys on the ublic square. The Illinois Commerce Commission was taking testimony at the county court house here on a petition by the L. and N. Railroad for consolidation ol four passenger trains which serve this city. The payroll at the Illinois Ord- iance plant under construction at Crab Orchard Lake, haa reached $200,000 a week and is moving constantly upward, Major Frank Reed, Jr., the constructing quartennaater, disclosed today. The first parachute jump was made by a Frenchman 'Who demonstrated the principle by jumping f ?oni a high towerin 1783. Later, the f irist public demonstration of a parachute jump was made m France when a French aeronaut, Andre Gamerin, jumped from a balloon at a height of 2,000 feet. In 1802 he made another successful jump from 8,000 feet in England. e Eiqtclopacdia Iritoinrca «5 YEARS AGO TODAY The drought was broken here by a two inch rain- Mr. and Mrs. J. Verne Burke of south 18th street announce the birth of a little daughter. 48 YEARS AGO TODAY Johnnie Gardner, who was ar-' rested in West Frankfort yester-: day charged with theft of thei Hudson car of Gerogc D. Will-| jams of this city, waived pre-i liminary hearing this afternoon,' and his bond has been fixed byj the court at $3,000. Gardner did, not give bond and was put backj in jail. i 35 YEARS AGO TODAY j "Illinois has just experienced' the wannest weather on record j for so late in the season." clar­ ence Root, meteorologist of the Weather Bureau in Springfield announced today. 30 YEARS AGO TODAY Mme. Ernestine Schuman- Heink beloved veteran of the operatic and CMicert stage and mo-i tion picture actress died last night. 25 YEARS AGO TODAY Bob Zuppke, dean ol the West- em Conference has resigned after 29 years as Illinois football coach and this time he means h. 20 YEARS AGO TODAY Adam Rutherford, one of Jefferson county's best known and highly respected citizens, died Bt his home in Long Prairie neighborhood south of Woodlawn, at 2 p.m. Saturday, at the age of 72 years, three months and 28 days. Mr. and Mrs. P.E. Hawkins of Dix observed their 60th wedding anniversary at a noon dinner for members of the family at tho home of their son, Luty Hawkins, on the Fairfield Road. More than 31,000 miners were idle in six states today as Federal Judge T. Alan Goldsborough signed a temporary order designed to restrain a walkout by John L. Lewis' 400,000 soft coal miners. Coal stocks in dealers hands were frozen and deliveries rationed by the government. 15 YEARS AGO TODAY Formal reopmng of beautifully redecorated St Mary's church, at 14th and Main. wiU be observed tomorrow with a blessing of the new organ before the 10 o'clock High Mass, Father James P. Burke announced today. Services have been held at the ML, Vernon Armory since the interior of the church was heavily dam« aged by fire on April 2L Alec Templeton, national fara- ous pianist, will open the Community Concern Association's winter series of concerts at the Mt Vernon Township High School auditorium Sunday aftemon. niSCtULA'S Al VERMEH Aurr OOP •y V. T. HAMUN V BUT HOW DO WE SO ABOUT \ TIME-MACHINING HIM HERE ' WITHOUT JAMMING THE LAB FULL OF P1NOSAUR,TDO? WlNTHROf QBEGlB 'e KEEPS eOCH A eMALL euppiy OF r NON5EN6E/ > WHOLE ' apsTAiee.ANO \BASEMENr. Snas Echols, executive secretary of the Jefferson County Tuberculosis Association, announc ed today that the annual Christmas Seal Sale is now u-ic!"- way. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dubois of 2114 Cherry were married fifty years ago today. 6 YEARS AGO TODAY The Opdyke Masonic Lodge- founded 100 years ago — will observe its centennial Saturday. Fletdier F. Farrar is the new president of DUnois OQ and Gas Association. Samuel Triplett (TWp) Casey, whose milltaiy career Inchided service in two hemospheres, died at Good Samaritan Hospital last night at age 74. Safecrackers broke krto the Dare Implement Co. on Walton- vUle Road last night and escaped witii $12. Wrap PESTiCiDE CONTAINERS before Disposal 1 (MpMiMun or Aoieuuuat out soAumc i <oust Wm' MAJOR N)OPU OUT OUR WAY •y WtUIAMS 306T THEOPPO5rVE,«0NjFCOME t MADE A BUNDLE: / AND TRV TMl-S LOCATING AN O.C'SHIF' ( O^B.AMO^ WHILE X WAS eKiN-DlVlM6.' V-C-TTS (SfiEATj AND TJVe SEEN MACHlNiSy/ FOR i EVeK SlMCE.'YOJCAti'T I:-^TISHTEN|N' BEAT THAT BREEZE WHENyTHE- 5TOMACH C/OO'RE PEaiN'ALON6.'r^ MUSCLES.' O/ER TWE OWLV K;AY ID TREAT A WFFICULT IU0A/\AM IS TO ACT HER! IT'LL PRIUE HER CRASy/ WHO THE HECK l^A^ THAT WHO JUST WALKED ^ lO0« RETURN AFT6P? AU THESE VEARS, FATHER.'ANP 0^1 A *40To«cycie/x PRESUME YoO-.' eR,AH-«-LAC 'i <EO PUMP« FOR MORE O0NVENT1OJ4AL ^ TRAN$ft?CTAU0N? J

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