Today is Sunday, April 30, the 120th day of 2017. There are 245 days left in the year. 1867 -- 150 years ago: The conductor of the Port Byron train reports that, when coming down this morning, he saw, near the large culvert not far from the Half-Way House, on the Moline road, the dead boy of a man lying on the ground near the culvert. 1892 -- 125 years ago: Mrs. Bridget Rooney, 64, a resident of Rock Island for many years, died. 1917 -- 100 years ago: A pile of lumber in the yard of Evans Brothers, contractors, was destroyed by fire, with loss estimated at about $25. 1942 -- 75 years ago: Orville Carsell was elected chairman of the Moline City Republican Central Committee. 1967 -- 50 years ago: Forty Five states will go on Daylight Savings Time Sunday. The clocks will be put ahead one hour in these states where 180 million of the nation's estimated 198 million residents live. 1992 -- 25 years ago: Rock Island residents turned out in force Monday, urging the city council to use about $440,000 in riverboat gambling revenues to hire 11 new police officers over the next one to two years. About 160 citizens, many of whom are members of the Community Carting Conference's block clubs, crowded into the council chambers to show widespread support for building up the police department.