Headlines from the Past

Staff Writer

Kane Republican Headlines from the Past – Week of January 21, 1961

Full Schedule Today for President John Kennedy
Cabinet Choices May be Sworn in Late Today
Keeping Rugged Pace
President Kennedy, his inaugural fun over, got down to work today with a staff conference and a private talk with an unexpected visitor- former President Harry S Truman.

20 Below Here
Kane Passes The Icebox Downhill;
-29 At Dahoga
More Of Same If Skies Are Clear Tonight

New Combination Clicks For Wolves
Beat Brookville, 72-40, To Stay Close to Hot DuBois in Title Chase
A new combination of three seniors, Ron Haight, Jim Swanson and Jim Richardson, and juniors Chuck Novosel and Paul Pierotti sparked the Kane Wolves to their fourth straight D9 Class A League success here last night, this time over a crippled Brookville Raider team, 72-40.

Gas Suppliers Battle To Ease Shortages As Temps Skid
Sections Of Kane Hit By Gas Shortage
Supplies in Most Sections Fairly Good After Low of -12
Bulletin- Fred W Young, president of Kane Gas Company, said this afternoon that an additional line is being hooked up to bring gas here via Mt. Jewett and supplies should be bolstered by late afternoon. Also, it was reported that the Mountain Gas Company had turned on supplies at East Kane after what had been reported as an accidental shut-off on one line.

Vikings Stress Youth as They Select NFL Vets
Strong Point the Offensive Line
The Minnesota Vikings, newest entry in the 14 team National Football League, are going all out for youth in a long range building program.