Out of the past 2/13/02
Wednesday, February 13, 2002
10 years ago: Feb. 13, 1992
Jackson - Cape Girardeau County Commission agrees to become lead county in setting up Solid Waste Management District that is required under state law passed two years ago.
Advance - Fly-over of lone Air National Guard C-130 transport plane highlights military graveside ceremony for one of airmen killed in Feb. 6 crash of Kentucky Air National Guard C-130 in Evansville, Ind.; airman, Capt. Warren J. Klingaman, pilot of C-130 when it crashed near Evansville Municipal Airport, is buried at Green Cox Cemetery near Advance.
25 years ago: Feb. 13, 1977
The Rev. and Mrs. Armand M. Doll, missionaries to Mozambique since their appointment by Nazarene Church in 1951, speak at morning worship service at First Church of Nazarene; after being captured during Communist takeover in Mozambique in August 1975, the Rev. Doll was released in September 1976.
Problem with major sanitary sewer trunk line may temporarily block development of new subdivisions in one of fastest growing areas of Cape Girardeau; basically, line, which extends northward from Broadway near Clark into developing residential area east of Perryville Road, is too small to handle the load.
50 years ago: Feb. 13, 1952
Four young men, three of them members of Central High School basketball squad, will be presented highest rank in scouting, Eagle Badge, in ceremony at Court of Honor tomorrow night at Little Theater at State College; scouts are Paul and Don Stehr, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stehr; C.W. Suedekum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Suedekum, and Bill Friday, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Friday.
Albert Underwood announces he has purchased Hudson automobile agency from Elmer Heuer and has moved it from 10 S. Sprigg to 2119 Broadway, in building formerly occupied by Nash agency.
75 years ago: Feb. 13, 1927
The Rev. O.L. Smith announces to congregation of First Christian Church at morning worship service that he will terminate his pastorate here about March 1 to enter another field.
Max Rosen, celebrated concert violinist, appears in pleasing afternoon recital at Teachers College Auditorium; it is third of series of lyceum numbers provided through efforts of entertainment committee of college for this season.
- Sharon K. Sanders