Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 2, 1968 · Page 17
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 17

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 2, 1968
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8-B THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1968 Today In I History Today is Wednesday. IV t. "J the 276th day of 196S. There are 90 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1919 President Woodrow Wilson suffered a stroke, completely parnl.winn the left side of his hotly. On this date: In 1780. Maj. John Amiie. Hie British officer who negotiated Benedict Arnold's attempted surrender of Wes 1 Point. \va> hanged as a spy. In 1798. the Cherokee Indians signed a treaty allowing free oassage through then- lands in Tennessee. In 1804. the population of Ki inland was mobilized to resist invasion b\ Napoleon Bonaparte In 1865. Gen. Robert E. Lee r-ecame president of Washington and Lee University. In 1889. the first Pan Americ n conference u as held in Washington. In 1941. German armies launched an all-out drive t>p:ainst Moscow. Ten years ago: The Council of Die Arab League admitted Tunisia and Morocco to membership, raising ieague member -•hip to 10. Five years Hgo: Secretary of Defense Robert S. McXamara snd Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told President John F. Kennedy they found the political situation in South Vietnam "deeply serious.'' One year ago: Thurgood Mar- Horoscope Forecast KNIGHTLY FORM — Leon Enlielti nf Knoxville, .Md„ president of the Maryland .Jousl- ing Tournament Association, makes a demonstration vide while wearing; n suit of medieval armor. He slied the armor in netual competition. (AI* Wirephoto) .-hall, the first Negro to se: ve on Me Supreme Court, took his .'dth of office in a ceremony attended b\ President Johnson. A cut made in the trunk of a tree does not mow higher as the tree grows since it grows by diameter. In height, a tree mows by lop branches onlv. r When the boy comes to collect... When your carrierboy comes to collect, please make sure you're ready. With the right change, if possible. He'll appreciate it with a broad smile and a "Thank you". You see, because he is in business for himself, your newspaperboy depends on the full collection of his route for his full profit. Repeat calls mean extra work with no extra profit. So-givethe boy a break. And thanks! By Cfcirnll Kighter Thursday: This is a day to engage ir. whatcvei interests ! you that lias to <ii with chirm, J beauty, the romantic or the lighter side of life. To those who are sitf-coptibi'" 1 h irt. mu<ic. culture and like interests, you can nave a :ielu day by placing yourself in a position where you can en.jov these worthwhile interests Lilt your spiuls. ARC 'S i Mar. L'l to Apr. 19i Early sta: ' in 1 "no wt .iid of activity brings you greater insight into how to get ahead las- 0 r and < r ain knowledge of true values. Sn down '.villi one who can help you to cleat up enig- j mas. problems and show grati- i tudt . TMJKUS i AIT . J( to May 20 1 'Gel on tlit good s-ide of those good pals vou admire anil they can open real doors o; oppor- 1 unity to ynu. Out to the social affairs that are worthwhile. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21 > Got inio I: lose activities where you kmw you will be of real value to others, and you lintl that success come.- easily now. You have real ability — v by hide it behind a fearful sub-conscious" MOON CHILDREN (June 2"_ to July 21 1 Life is going to • straighten out very beautifully lor you soon, so start pivpar- new lor betterment. Don't lorget to write these friends who are miisi an.xious to hear from you. LEO (Ji-ly 22 to Aug. 21 i Willi all that work ahead of yon. what are you wailing tor'.' Get busy Others want you lo •ooperate more willingly. Do so. Evening < HII i'nei. be spent in A charming, romantic lashien that appeals. 22 It) Sept. 22i a netter undor- assoc'ates, you some real tun i a social way. VIRGO i Aug. Ji you come to standing with can then enjov together inter ir Be vciy friendly in talking mat- leis over that i oraern all. Li BRA i Sept. 2.: 1 j Oct. 2::. Show others that you are not only a good workei but a stickler lor precision and punctuality Make this :; day .or just keeping voir nose to the grindstone SCORPIO (Oc; 23 io Nov. 21' If you ex'end little e>1ra favor'. lo those you like or are impor- lanl in your life, you c:.n easily ' deepend relationships. You have ' some particular skill that can bring you much pleasure as well as profit MOW . SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 lo Dec. 21i Do whatever you can 10 add art pieces, other items of charm around vour abode and make it delightfully arlis- tic lot it express yoi. more. . CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. i 20 1 Plan what you must do so >ou ficrome more productive and add !<• present abundance. Cm-respond so that you ' add lo present sphere of in- llue'ice. AQUARIUS 'Jan. 'A to Feb. 'Ifi Studj' your holdings carefully and sic what should be done i) improve or increase . ihem. Then set up a fine budget that permits you io have more pleasure without feeing the . pinch. PISCES iKt•'• . :.'( ;o Mar. 201 11 properly altuncii to your as- i)ol.juical planets, you find con- 'dilions improvjng lor you and more accord with titers is very possible. Your ngrnuity can now make y.yj more socially prominient. Airport Cab Drivers Strike ST. LOUIS i APi Taxicab drivers at Lamhert-St. Louis Airport struck most of the companies serving the airpoil late Monday night. Members of Teamsters Local liXS set up picket lines at the headquarters of the companies, but nol at the airport. Daniel \Y. 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