Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 2, 1968 · Page 6
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6-A MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1968 Soys Mass Murderer Speck Could Appeal Dirksen Turned Against Fort as On Jury Ruling WASHINGTON' TAP) — Majority Leader Mi'.e Mansfield, bucking time and ftrrng opposition, says lie will decide by week's end whether to try 1o overturn the Senate vote against Abe Fortas' nomination to be chief justice. The Senate dealt Fortas and President Johnson a prestige- crushing blow Tuesday when an attempt 10 end a filibuster against the appointment fell 14 votes short. Mansfield, who is urder strong pressure to erd ;he Senate session soon because of the upcoming election, said after the vote: "I am thinking the whole picture through and trying to decide on my next move. I want t-t assess the lineup of ihe Senaie and see what the prospects and possibilities arc." j If he can't dnm up support ! the nomination will be dead, for j all intents and purposes. Fortas' foes were confident that there will be no shifts from ihe vote, which was 45 to 43 to kill the filibuster—far short of the iwo-thirds margin needed to limit debate and bnng the nomination to the f'toor. Republican Lewder Everett M. Dirksen, a key opponent of the effort to kill the filibuster, r.aid he doesn't know of a sing!;; man likely to change from his position. Despite the rebuff, President Johnson served notice he's not about 10 withdraw the nomination of Fortas to replace Chief Justice Earl Warren. "The nomination is still there," said a White House spokesmar. Sen. Robert P. Griffin, R- Mich., a leader of the anti-Fortas Republican, said h' 1 had a dozen senators lined up to sustain another filibuster if Mansfield brings up the nomination again. Sen. Strom Thurmond. R-S.C, said if Johnson fails to withdraw the nomination, "those of us who onpese it will continue to debate the matter indefinitely." Dirksen also urged Johnson to withdraw the nomination. Dirksen disclosed Tuesday why he switched f.'om a Fortas supporter to ar> opponent. He said he was displeased with a court decision regarding exclusion of jurors from murder trials when the jurors express doubts about capital punishment. Dirksen noted that 24 men, including Richard Speck, convicted of slaying eight nurses, could appeal murder convictions under The ruling in liis home state. He asked what he could say when people "alleee that I had this one chance to pro.'est and failed to do so." Judiciary Committee Chairman James 0. Eastland, D- Miss., said in a statement it was apparent . that Fortas' nomination had been defeated He called the vote on cloture a clear indication of the will of the Senate. Another Southern Democrat who opposed confirmation, Sen. John L. McClellan of Arkansas also told a reporter 1hat Tuesday's vote should mark the end of the light over the nomination. Thurmond said, "further debate wil' show mat Fortas should noi; only be defeated for Chief Jus'.ice bul should also resign from the court." On the roll call, 35 Democrats nnd 10 Republicans voted for cloture. Nineteen Democrats md 24 Republicans void m. Of the l'J solicitors not. iv\_.>nl- ed on the vote, two announced Ihey would have voted for cut- ling off debate ana four that they would have voted against. Had they voted the court would have beer 47-47. The other six who Vd not vote did not make then - positions known. Shirley Bruised By Handshake CHICAGO (AP) — A Texas glad hand has '"ft Shirley Tem,ii" Rl.iek .villi o bad hand. The dimnliod one-time darling il the silver screen sported a hi :i\ilv bandaged tight hanu i Tuesday when :;he spoke in Chicago at a breakfast gathering of Richard M. Nixon supporters. "In. S;it. Antonij a few days ago a gr<»at big Texnn crushed i niy liasid ant 1 said, 'I've been in | i love wbh you since I was a little j ! 1 oy 7 years oid'," Mrs. Black j |related. j ' The Texan's grip caused Mrs. j . Black to suffer "oreised liga- j ments Doctors ordered her to ! keep her hands to herself for a I while. Mm OPEN®' DRIVE CAREFULLY St. Anthony saint of Italy. is the patron England was home of railroads. the original President Warren G. Harding was an editor by profession. Governmental Committee To Meet In Mt. V. Governmental Affairs c o m- .nittee of Mt. Vernon Chamber ot Commerce will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Illinois Power Company, 2610 Broadway, under the chairmanship of James Lorimer, professional elec- Lrical engineer. Commi ttee members will consider current arc! upcoming federal legislation. An effort was being made today to invite Kenneth Gray, district congressional incumbent, West Frankfort, and his Nov. election opponent, Val Oshel, to Harrisburg appear before the committee. "We would like to have all of our committee members become better acquainted with the l\vo candidate and listen to their views on various legislation," said Chairman Lorimer. In the Church year, Advent, which ushers in the Christmas season, begins on St. Andrew's Day (Nov. 30) or the Sunday closest thereto. ROY TAYLOR AUCTIONEER Phone 244-1909 Or Write Rt. 7, Mt. Vernon Sea cucumbers are" used as food, especially by the Chinese. TV SERVICE Expert Service On All Makes. Charge it to Your Wards Charg- All Account. MONTGOMERY WARD REPAIR SERVICE Phone 242-6540 Ext. 40 SPECIAL SEED PRICE RED TOP—25 TIMOTHY — 16 FESQUE—15 and 18 All other small seeds at reduced prices if taken now. All State tested. R. E. 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Omaha, clear 83 56 .... Philadelphia, cloudy 83 59 .... Phoenix, clear 95 60 .... Pittsburgh, clear 81 56 .... Ptlnd, Me. cloudy .... 79 58 .... Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy .. 64 42 .... Rapid City, cloudy .. 83 41 .... Richmond, clear 84 50 .... St. Louis, cloudy 83 68 .... Salt Lk. City, clear .. 71 47 .... San Diego, clear 71 54 .... San Fran., cloudy .... 59 54 .... Seattle, clear 58 42 .... Tampa, clear 86 73 Washington, clear .... 84 58 .... Winnipeg, cloudy 53 40 .16 (T—Trace) \ MT. VERNON WEATHER ! Tuesday high 83, low 55. Rainfall to date 1968 26.35. One year ago today high 82, low 52. Five years ago '~day high 82, j low 49. Ten years ago today high 62, ! low 33. ! Thursday sunrise 5:58 sunset 5:39. (CST) STATE TEMPERATURES Moline, cloudy 80 65 Peoria, rain 81 64 Springfield, cloudy .82 6d Rockford, cloudy 78 63 Quir.cy, cl~>udy R2 65 Vandalia, • cloudy 81 64 Belleville, cloudy .... S3 65 Chicago G.P. rain .... 81 64 | MIDWEST Dubuque, cloudy .... 78 53 Madison, cloudy 76 59 South Bend, rain 78 64 i Paducah, cloudy .... 82 65 i Burlingtor, cloudy Ti Ti .01 i I T; T ; .20 80 66 T FiVE DAY FORECAST Northern Illinois — Tempera: tures Thursday mrough Mon i day expected to average from | 10 to 12 degrees below the nor , mal highs of 67 to 73 and the [ normal lews Oi 44 t-j 51. Much : cooler Thursday then continued cool until a little warmer Sun day and Monday. Precipitation :s expected to total less than a tenth of an inch in rain Thursday. Southern Illinois — Tempera rures Thursday through Monday will average 8 to 12 degrees be low seasonal normals. Cool Ihroughout the period. Normal highs *ange from the low 70s north to the upper 70s south. Little or no precipitation expected Normal lows range from the upper 40s northeast to the mid 50s southeast. WANTED REAL ESTATE LISTINGS We have buyers for your home at a fair price. 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