The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on March 16, 1960 · Page 3
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Bloomington, Illinois
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Wednesday, March 16, 1960
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Winter's Worst Snowstorm Snarls Traffic, Fires Tempers ) n 4 f 4 I i yJ .-,-4'. r a, a 7 .-4 7 t 7.75 Inch Fall Makes I960 Record Year it .11 1. ,'IT-r Ul I' J- 1 ill Ml ' .i ' r IU IUU rt rr in rv i 1lI.iV lit I . - t i iv' tn ii . HUM t . . I I - " '" nli-l !.!' W r l ! i !m ' r ! l .1, nit . .".;.1 I'x f V I'll !ur la-.141 t ( ! 'vt l 'I '11 ,4 lllr. lit f I ,;m. hi' I'm- 11 " 1 "' 1 : P m. To- "i i " n'l 1 .!.. A it. r ) ri t ( n i' h f, ,l U-m 7 mvl 11 'M a in tiM'tt ai I I" no Tn t'.'.' t M rt.v Hi h ir ti.if.'e m. Wt.l 'V"n te "" W I t ! I n. .! up ,i' U r ' it '4'r h' l l1i-l ill 1 !.. I; !' ! it'' ... ..I ! '', i l .i " h I'ii- i .,.,V M tl .1 I.; . ! I r,- " i I'.i. Iiil In ! tlr.ifnl fj'Tji l-i r'.i ! n IMIIilIM. . l.l'.- fir iiHSH'iU i'.ii at t it: ;.'" I- t.n l I'irik l.'icm -i Artt l I'. t t kit. f "i ii'.i" I "'.'it rw t. mr rv;r i I t i! ji l i !! ' !'' 1 M ! V I !! (. ' il -i i 4 P J;.. r t .'1 . I 7 . I. k !' I ! mnl l I " ii !'. k l I tl. Mill' l JUL I ;rrn l,j. 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Toni hi. ,,.m,.r ihn. Min. P, TVy Ii ft tliP C.HrtT-"H..r plant but iih.d Inl. r vie d r.f tied Uc und utepi mto h. car. It . tX)td,il m 1I. Kl U.Vj p. m. Turml.iy. They mere offrr from MorMn lice." .mil of . MAI. M Dltll Avrnz n'AI.l!l f r Iho ,M. I'it 1 1 intwr.: trrt H.'ri, rt .l....r. in ,v. i f . L L. (. wiartwa avtHA !-. I 5T V.- L V i I . j "Aw nuts, tnori snow . . . ui!I it rrr crul." Tliat'. h M-ntirncnt c.f Jim Alii.rn. r.amminton riik'iniTrin ili p.ii tmcnt rir..l(iiv. who kittliil snow at Main ani Washink'toii t-tm l-i Wiilm vl.iy morning. S'nrm. whi li durrspi 7 'i iix fics of simw n thf Twin ("Hi.--; throw;;!! ll:.'t) a. m. Wiilnrvl.iy. will rtvl tonight. Iw tonight will Iv aU.ut IS di-nts with a low of 12 forecast for Thursday fright. "i-.t 'm Heavy Snowfall Curbs Activity in Twin Cities 5. Iv I .it Hie oft! T n V) ti h-t. l I H'V I't ll -'lt I'll ') I rut j t in H l'Hw ..iit I .U.i. Inl il ' n"l "!"-!' !ti !!(. .ti' lit l-u fi"'l i .'' .in. iui'l S. h N rir "l" n t.nt H.Hi-'iil I'ii trrMir in !. H-..I. Iji s.i ;' hi. J a' Hi' I OH .i'1'l i- r..' S hoiN urie rl-itl III Ot t i i t i'i aliev. M. Wavm-vii;. t u Itk.i. ).mrrt. IHifl-wer. mi l Ii -ni1ti I'H-n Funk Vmd rcMM-nle ri.ul rt All iiilivitle ul Hie!'in lahl in Wane Cmnty, Mnh, in HERE'S PROOF-THIS WEATHER'S FOR BIRDS Who says the snow Is good for somcthin'? Pigeons, that's who. Mr-mbors of the Public Buildings Committee of the Board of Supervisors and representatives of the Bloominglon Association of Commerce were to have met Friday to further plans for trapping pigeons . who insist on roosting on downtown buildings. Heavy snow made it look difficult lor rural upcrvisor members of the committee to get to Bloomington. The committee will meet later. (jSailGf&fsSIii See the YELLOW PAGES I tTTs ...MY MouTH'S Evergreens Endangered By Snows Disgruntled snow-shovelers had better check their everpTens. a landscape expert warned today. Many upright evergreen shrubs are staKcrnnft under a heavy load of snow. If it isn't removed, branches may snap, warns W. H. Nelson Jr.. University of Illinois landscape extension specialist. Nelson suggests shaking the brandies or "swecpini;" them with a broom. In some cases homeowners may have to gently shovel the snow off the branches. Drifts have buried low, ground-clinging evergreens in many areas. Since these shrubs are close to the ground anyway, their branches should hold up, Nelson concludes. sturk In snow following the super sectional gime at Peoria. Mr. Diferty was a pat.seru.-er in (he rar driven by Dr Knrd Frost. BloominKton The ear had Income Mailed at Deer Creek on Route 1 .VI. The two men. alonj with C V. n.iMini and hd .Stiurk, Illinois Matp Normal University footlinll coach, were returning from the Ot-taua-Pckin game at Peoria. After the ear became stalled, the three passengers got "t P"sb Mr. Laffcrty's leg was broken above the knee as he was pushing at the rear of the car. Dr. Frost took him to St. Joseph's Hospital, where the leg was to be set Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Lafferty lives at- 503 E. Grove St. U rv1iwi .v' Iii iii v tmnt which Sue many olings!rrs . hit'nt.iy I ani'iiiM i-i.i . mo ' , lio.itd f .viriv.ri oimmitii-e f nm wh.-l. wi.l give p.inn.i a ,H11,,,.nK, , ,., win Cities. January ihtTiugh ! n''n n"mr ""'',, Thurs.l.iy niKht, p.stmM its eemlier. is 23 7 im-hr.'s III Many Twin (My .hur.hes. ac : nie ting unU March .1 Ucatiso inchis of snow has InpiMti tliat av- ' to rrimrts nt noon, we r e ; "w weather. erage. ! c.,n. . Img wheduLil activities tiv iw s mm.y raw.. ..u- In fact, if you're I-tOong for a niht Among th. m were the S- c-irruu liUMrvsn N-rvicr nircung. hi-rral reconl. the Ci.Si Inches n,l ITt sl.M.-nan Chun h and Nor- ! ''-'d Thiirnl iy mgtit. ias can- li.ri-ivl in Iho flint V.. month thit m,.f. 1.lh,livt .-Vinn-h A ' Cfl'-d etlllrsilay. jrnr has already topiied the nr. j Ti -ni' y t.uthi ran wrvice will bej Put the Mclean County Mental ord annual snmnfall ot 43 Oj inch-' broadcast. Health S-.-i.-ty s plan lo h li ei. set in 1901. I A liloominglon Normal Iwmo. its s hedul.-d mooting tonight. snnt Thaw ing not in during the mid-;etatie Neighhorti.Mid Club mooting, or no snow. I w in v uy miiiiis tnr in ?h -v tmlav for the most rati. Al- ooism wat rrtiorloil as Ivinc piwt Thn ntlioiul Twin Cltv for toniL-ht wan also rani-olod. ' tairlv hmh. St. rat rick S (.rail. Broken Leg Puis ; Baskeiball ran Down for Finals 3nf IjitfrrtV. 40 year old Bin ington barlM-r and enthusiastic fan hi)n H )hp ,h(.rm0me-! teheiluled tonik'ht, was postponed a Tv of high school basketball, sulfered (,r brj;an llinih imo :kh 1 M k llie Mi U-an Coun-y tlep.ib. slon a fractured loft log Tuesday eve- from an ovmui;nt jm. ( 21 de- liean Women board mooting sot,oni nmg while helping push a ear ..-, Thp 0ft1(.,.,i Twan Cltv for tonuiht was also canceled. 'fair! WJBC Radio Broadcast TONIGHT of Itcnton S.Tice of TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 7:30 TO 8:30 P. M. Topic by Tailor LiitiWonian 'Wirr Vim Thorp Wlii-n Hi Accused ?" Listen Over WJBC A Public Srrtice by Your lltlpful DcnPLES - BANK. r 1 1 mm M 1 ' fl lV 1 mm k iiWr TEMPERATURE EXTREMES for tht wttk tnding March 12 HIGH 39 IOW 3 PEOPLES B&MK OF BLOOMINGTON MtmtMl IDIC FOR A LIMITED TIME AT KECK FURNITURE - s Charge account purchases account lor 59 per cent of department store sales. Department store sales In U.S. are up 9 per cent for the first six months of 1959. Bv far the greatest share is placed in daily newspapers. Jailed, Fined $100 For Drunk Driving Donald Bangs, 49, Wilmette, HeH tt ii i 1 1 v Wednesday in County Court to a charge of drunken driving. He was sentenced to two flays in the county jail and fined $100 by County Judge Robert C. Under wood. Bangs was arresled Tuesday by Slate Police on Route 24 in Grid-ley. , MEMORIAL HOME 1104 N. MAIN ST. jpl DIAL 2-S565 ,oA - ilk $ Jy fr' 11 flinspach-Kurth - 'r. FUNERAL SERVICE 5 jgaklilMU IHIIW III M al Complete Farm News, Slock Markets in The Pantagraph YOUR EYES by DR SCHRENZEL Oplomtlriit sos n. mainbhi ARE MORE PEOPLE WEARING GLASSES? Have you looked around recently and noticed how many of your friends and family wear glasses? Don't think for a moment m.mmwm UUIl. UU (lit mistaken because there are more people with eye trouble today than there were fifty years ago. The reason for this is not lltnf ii'A oro abusing our Dr. Schrenzel eyes, but the work of more people today is highly specialized. There are thousands of young people in schools this year who by using their eyes to study and learn put added strain on muscles that can't carry the load without the help of glasses. Men in factories have to see what they are do-in? to do their work properly with a high degree of safety. There are more recreations today that require keener eyesight. When you go to the movies or watch TV, you want to see the screen, when you go for a drive, you want to see the countryside, and of course, read your favorite newspaper. Your eyesight is a valuable asset that is usually taken for granted. Guard your eyes as you would your most priceless possessions. Have your eyes examined at regular intervals. See. Dr. Schrenzel. Read Dr. Schrenzel Column Every Wednesday on "Your Eyes" f ' . " y FT5 WfcV X f .4&-t a ...'v t L : J 1J- - '1 &v S'-fet. f-:JJ ls- -T-: WIT) j'j - !'-iCis ' i 1 1 1 1 1 1, i ""-'-J.y i I . i rw v j - 9 x 12 Rug Included In This 8 Pc. Sofa Bed Room Group -fr-.r 'V Buy EASY PAYMENTS at Keek's Pay at Keek's No Finance Co. Only At Value Giving KECK FURNITURE Nylon and Viscose Frieze Upholstering in this 8 PIECE ri Also Included Are: O 2 STEP TABLES O COFFEE TABLE O 2 TABLE LAMPS FREE DELIVERY! Probably the most outsfandiiiR buy seen this season. You get a heavy felt and foam topper on both the matchins chair and sofa bed plus a full, room size 9x12 rug . . . plus 3 tables and 2 tabic lamps ... all at one low price of $1G8.. Limited time offer ... so buy this now and really save big money. SOFA IJhl) HAS LARGE BEDDING DOX V ( 0 ) KWoUpiLq V U I 0 7 II LEE LMEIS, OWNER V (J 507-5H NORTH MAIN STREET! y . ... 505 N. MAIN

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