Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 21, 1966 · Page 3
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1966 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS Oyer Weekend 14 Deaths On Illinois Highways By THE ASSOCUTED PRESS Fourteen persons died in accidents on Illinois roads over tlie weekend. Marilyn Jean Landers, 25, of Melrose Park, and Henry C. MacDonald, 46, of Stone Park, were killed Sunday. The car driven by Miss Landers rammed into a railroad ovei> pass abutment on U.S. 66 near Litchfield. Michael D. Lang, 19, of Walnut died Sunday when his auto overturned on Illinois 26 north of Princeton. A Genoa man was killed Sunday. Police said John W. Myers, 20, was thrown from his car after the vehicle left the Genoa-^elvidere Blacktop and veered into a field. Eight persons died Saturday: Frank B. Weber, 68, and his wife, Susanna, 71, were killed in a head-on collision on U.S. 5i- 15 near Chebanse at the northern edge of Iroquois County. Two Decatur men died on Illinois 48 near Stonlngton. Police said the victims were Ernest MacDougal, 37, and Woodrow Strater, 22. Their car left the road, smacked into a tree and caught fire. An O'Fallon resident, Anthony Donovan, 18, was killed on a country road near Lebanon. Po- REVIVAL - BELLE RIVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Beginning Nov. 21 7:30 P.M. Evangelist Kenneth Holland John Lee Jr., Pastor Everyone Welcome MT. VERNONEDUCATORS "SOLD"—These top Mt. Vernon educations, who were "anc- tioned off by the Optimist clubs lor a total of $660 recently, earned their sale price Saturday, by dressing up In white cover-aUa and carrying advertisinfi: signs lor their purchasers through the city. Contributing a full day of their time for the community—and enjoying every minute of it—were, from the left—Eltis Hanson, superintendent of Mt. Vernon high school and community college; Arthur Edmison, principal of Casey junior high school; Howard Rawlinson, dean of Mt. Ver­ non community college; Gale Ballard, principal of Franklin and West Salem schools; and John AUord, city schools superintendent. The educators "worked" for a full day for these civic- minded purchasers — General Radiator, Mt. Vernon Loan and .Building Association, King City Federal Savings and Loan Association, Security Bank' and First National Bank and Trust Company. Funds raised at the annual Optimist Action are used for Little League baseball and other community activities. lice said his auto missed a curve and overturned. A Chicago man was killed in a head-on crash at a Chicago Heights intersection. The victim was Jack S. King, 44. James F. Akens, 46, of St. Louis, died in an accident on Illinois 13 south of Pinckneyville. Akens was a passenger in an auto that overturned after missing a curve. Mrs. Verfia Ferrell, 64, of Hoopeston, was killed when a towed car broke loose and struck the vehicle in which she was riding. The accident occurred on Illinois 1 north of FREE TURKEYS 1 given away each day, now till Thanksgiving. JusI register. No purchase necessary. YERN'S 24th and Broadway STANDARD SERVICE Mt. Vernon, linois Metal-Studded Tires Are Illegal In Illinois SPRINGFIELD, ILL., — Tire manufacturers were warned today that use of metal studded tiros on Illinois highways is illegal. In letters to the tire companies Illinois Public Works Director Francis S. Lorenz requested their cooperation to avoid misleading the motoring public. Pointing out that advertising offering the studded tires for sale has appeared in various media recently, he requested that this practice be stopped. Lorenz again called attention to a section of the Uniform Act Regulating Traffic on Illinois highways that provides: "No motor vehicle shall be operated upon the Improved highways of Danville. Two men died Friday in a head-on collision of their cars near Coal City in Grundy County. The victims were Albert Watson, To, of Braceville, and William McLuckie, 19, of Coal City. the state which shall be equipped with any anti-skid or non- slip device so constructed that any rigid or non-flexible portion of same comes in contact with the pavement. . . " He also cited an opinion issued by the Attorney General of Illinois that "any use of the metal studded tires on the highways of this state would be illegal." Engineers of the Illinois Division of Highways have made a series of tests to determine the effect of the use of metal studded tires. Results of the latest tests, conducted last spring, are still being evaluated. Under winter conditions in Illinois, use of studded tires on bare pavements will exceed greatly their use on Ice and snow, research has disclosed. It is the policy of Illinois highways maintenance crews to remove snow and ice from the pavement as soon as practical after storms. CARTER'S SNOWBERRIES ARE IN SEASON What a delicious way to drift off to sleep. In ruffles or rocket- ships. In the snug warmness of cozy, brushed 100% cotton knit. Carter-Set, too, so they won't shrink out of size. And all have Carter's exclusive Safety-Step feet. Pick Carter's Snowberries here. Boys' two-piece sleeper with gro-feature waist. Blue Snowberries print. Red Snowberries print. Sizes: 6 mos.-4 yrs. $3.50. Girls' two-piece sleeper with gro-feature waist. Aqua Snowberries print Red Snowberries print. Sizes: 6 mo3 .-4 yrs. $3 JO. Carter's Safety-Stepsl •— new children's slipper idea. Washable, dryable, with non-skid cushion soles. Boys' — Blue, Brown, Red. Girls' —Aqua, Pink, Red, Yellow. For boys and girls ages 2-16. (See Size Chart) Boys' two -piece pullover sleeper. Blue Snowberries print. Red Snowberries print. Sizes: 3-4-5-6-8 yrs. $4.00. Girls' two-piece pullover sleeper. Aqua Snowberries print. Red Snowberries print. Sizes: 3-4-5-6-8 yrs. $4.00. 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