Day in history for June 6, 2001
- 1876 -- 125 years ago
- The tenth annual or centennial picnic of B.D. Buford And Co.'s Plow Works will be held tomorrow on Green Island.
- 1901 -- 100 years ago
- Professor and Mrs. S.G. Youngert left for Chicago, expecting to attend the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo before their return.
- 1926 -- 75 years ago
- Six Tri-City motion picture theaters are included among a total of 340 which has passed into the control of the Famous Players-Lasky Corporation.
- 1951 -- 50 years ago
- Police Magistrate Lawrence D. Bobb will continue to maintain his office in the Silvis city hall council chamber and Mayor James Mulcahy will not be evicted from his private office to a desk in the city clerk's office, as a result of action taken last night by the city council. The aldermen voted to table indefinitely an ordinance proposed at a special meeting on May 25, which stated specifically for what purpose the various rooms of the city hall are to be used.
- 1976 -- 25 years ago
- The biggest Quad-City show of the year isn't in a theater, it's on a golf course. The Ed McMahon Quad-Cities Open has a little something for almost everyone. It draws celebrities for the crowds, big name golfers for the sportsmen, and more than $1 million for the local economy. And it pays the winner $20,000. Where else in the Quad-Cities can you rub elbows with McMahon, Evil Knievel, McLean Stevenson, Harvey Korman or golfers like Dave Stockton, Dwight Nevil and Sam Snead.
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