Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 2, 1968 · Page 25
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8-C THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT- VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1968 A FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL DESIGNER of tennis fashions creates the abbreviated jumpsuit (left) in a white and blue fabric of Orion bonded to nylon. Wrap- over mini jacket for tennis (right) is a new and sophisticated look'. It is made in a fabric of Dacron and cotton and embroidered with bright blue squared-off tennis rackets. These designs are from a collection by Teddy Tinling. tWTENNIS COURTS jjjA NEW LOOK « By HELEN HENNESSY * NEA Women's Editor * >TEW YORK — (NEA) — ^Streamlined styles are the order *[of the court this summer. Some H tennis buffs may regret the *passing of "Gorgeous Gussy" afrills, but top tennis fashion designer, Teddy Tinling, believes jlthese are not compatible with •the sleek sophistication of the ^space age. m * A sensational wrapover mini- ajacket replaces the traditional ^tennis dress in his new collec- «tion. Evidence of the dress re- fmains only in the longer torso •which is attached to a swirling 'miniskirt or culotte. Another new number is the tennis tunic. Tinling has discarded the traditional scoop neckline, too. In its place are the polo neck or the low V. jersey, herringbone twill shirting, silver spot organza, cavalry twill, linen-types and sailcloth. He has also made computer copies of some of the outstanding Where flower trims still ap-, designs in the collection totally pear, they are made in Ree may, a spunbonded polyester material which does not fray and is exceptional for its shape retention and easy-care qualities. Fabrics chosen by Tinling are this time, as always, a highlight of the collection. Dacron from Britain steals into the act —some styles are in 100 per cent Dacron, others a blend with cotton- There is a rich variety of in Reemay to make the new semidisposable element a practical cost-conscious possibility for the player who prefers a rapid change of style. (Although Reemay isn't paper, it is not a woven fabric and is in the disposable fabric category.) Rivaling traditional white is a new outer-space blue and silver combination which adds a dramatic highlight to this superb collection of tennis fashions for '68. Tidbits From Abroad 7 —African Kebabs ^OSATIES FROM SOUTH AFRICA — They re chunks of lamb, onion and dried apricots marinated in a hot and spicy 1 ' auce and grilled over charcoal. BlHARVA HACHTEN . CAPE TOWN (AP) — From the Pillars of Hercules to the very tip of the Cape of Good Hope, smoke is rising—the smoke of charcoal fires cooking various kinds of kebabs to a tasty turn. All along the Atlantic coast, kebab cookery is a favorite part of African cuisine. In Morocco, kebabs are served in the most elegant restaurants as well as by street vendors who carry their portable braziers from corner to cor­ ner. In fine restaurants kebabs are served as an hors d'oeuvre or for the main course. Street chefs sandwich them in a long bun seasoned with a sprinkle of powdered cumin and a smear of volcano-hot cayesne sauce. Tsitsinga is the name they go by in Ghana where cooks use tomatoes, onions and roasted corn flour to give them their distinctive flavor. The roasted corn flour, called "ablemanu," is ready-prepared and is used ,in many dishes. Farther south in South Africa, charcoal barbecuing can be traced to the traditions of the Boer pioneers. The Afrikaans term for barbecuing is "viesi- braai." The most popular kebab recipe is for Sosaties and like 'much of traditional South African cdbking, borrows heavily from the spice shelves of the Malayans who were brought as slaves to the 17th century Cape Colony by the Dutch East Indies Oumpany. MOROCCAN KEBABS IY2 pounds lean beef or lamb, cut in IVfc-inch cubes Yz to % pound beef or Iamb fat, cut in 1-inch pieces 3 medium onions, finely chopped V2 cup finely chopped parsley Salt, cayenne pepper and ground cumin to taste Place all ingredients in a shallow dish, tossing well so onions, parsley and seasonings are blended and meat is thoroughly coated. Marinate tor several hours. Insert meat and fat cubes alternately on skewers. Grill over a very hot fire, seasoning with more cumin when half done. Provide each diner with a small dish of cumin and one of hot pepper sauce. Moroccans dip each cube first in cumin, then in the sauce. Makes four to six servings. SOSATIES 2 tablespoons salad oil 2 tablespoons flour 1 tablespoon grated coconut 1 tablespoon brown sugar 2 tablespoons curry powder Salt to taste per V2 teaspoon turmeric 2 cups cider vinegar 2 cups water 4 bay leaves 3 pounds boneless leg of lamb, cut in l%-to-2-inch cubes 4 medium-small onions, peeled with roots left on and quartered Ys cup dried apricots V2 cup raisins Heat oil; stir in flour; remove from heat. Stir in coconut, sugar, curry powder, salt, pepper and turmeric. Gradually stir in vinegar and water, keeping pmooth. Cook stirring constantly, until boiling. Simmer about five minutes, add bay leaves. Cool. Mix with meat, onions, ar.ricots and raisins. Refrigerate, covered, overnight. On long skewers, insert meat, onion and apricots. Leave any small pieces of onion in sauce. Grill over glowing charcoal. Meanwhile simmer marinade and serve with Sosaties. Accompany with rice, chopped peanuts, chutney and grated coconut. Makes eight servings. Note: This makes a very hot and spicy dish. To cut the acid flavor, you might like to use IY2 cups cider vinegar instead of the 2 cups called for in the recipe. NOTICE OF THE SUBMISSION OF THE QUESTION OF ISSUING $350,000 COURT HOUSE BONDS OF THE COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, ILLINOIS, AND THE LEVYING OF AN ADDITIONAL ANNUAL TAX TO PROVIDE FOR THE PAYMENT OF THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON SAID BONDS AT THE GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD IN THE COUNTY OF JEFFERSON, ILLINOIS, ON THE 5TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1958. « PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that at the general election to be held in and for ••The County of Jefferson, Illinois, on Tuesday, the 5th day of November, 1968, there will *be submitted 'to the legal voters of said County the following question: Shall The County of Jefferson, Illinois, issue Court House Bonds in the amount of Three Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars (5350,000) for the purpose of remodeling and repairing the existing court house, and shall an additional tax be levied upon all the taxable property in said The County of Jefferson of five cents (5c), or so much Thereof as may be necessary, on each one hundred dollars of assessed valuation of taxable property for each of the years 1969 to 1984, inclusive, to provide for the payment of principal of and interest on said bonds as the same mature, said additional annual tax to be in addition to and in excess of the tax at the statutory limit of ten cents (10c) per one hundred dollars of the full, fair cash value of taxable property within the County, as equalized or assessed by the Department of Revenue, permitted to be levied annually for County purposes without an election and such additional annual tax to be in addition to and in excess of all other taxes authorized or permitted to be levied by said County within the constitutional limitation of seventy- five cents (75c3 per one hundred dollars valuation of taxable property, said bonds to be dated February 1, 1969, to be due and payable serially on December 1 of each of the years and in the amounts as follows: Open 10 Til 9 P.M. Weekdays *ljeKjL git 'MORE «t ' f/ N(D BIIi'S Park Plaza Shopping Center Open 9:30 Til 9 P.M. Saturdays m < W 4 m m t m m » m m m n M M « Amount Year Amount $16,000 1971 $24,000 17,000 1972 25,000 18,000 1973 26,000 19,000 1974 28,000 20,000 1975 29,000 21,000 1976 30,000 22,000 1977 32,000 23,000 1978 32,000 Year 1979 1S80 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 and said bonds to bear interest at the rate of not to exceed five per cent (5%) per annum, payable on December 1, 1970, and semiannually thereafter, all as provided by a resolution of the Board of Supervisors of The County of Jefferson, Illinois, adopted on the 24th day of September, 1968? Alligator Grain SHOE & BAG Match mates Soft, fashionable alligator print calf skin. Matching bow. Sizes 4 to 10 ... AA to B. A perfect combination to look your best. MIDWEST BANK CARDS SHOE regular BAG regular 13.98 SAVE $2.08 Wow, both for only , a ? d de , ctlon wlU be held ln e a=h of the several election precincts of said County and at {»the polling places heretofore established by the. Board of Supervisors for the regular election Jj to be held in and for said County on said date as follows: * S Township p Grand Prairie Jj Casner h Casner f Blissville j*Bald Hill gBald Hill *» Rome JJ Rome g Shiloh « Shiloh * Shiloh S Shiloh nMcClellan » McClellan J* Elk Prairie f> Elk Prairie f> Field , * Dodds "Dodds H Spring Garden "[Spring Garden M Spring Garden H Farrington g Webber J Webber * Pendleton * Pendleton *Moores Prairie t»Mt. Vernon *"Mt. Vernon J Mt. Vernon fsMt. Vernon **Mt. Vernon *Mt Vernon . 9 Mt Vernon '«Mt Vernon *Mt. Vernon ^Mt. Vernon •nMt. Vernon "*Mt. Vernon JjMt. Vernon «pMt Vernon <*Mt. Vernon f Mt. Vernon S Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon £Mt. Vernon ft Tivcinrt No. 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ION 10S 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Polling Place Town Hall Clark Sundries, Kes. Woodlawn Casner School House Town House Town House, Scheller Andy Stevens Store (rear) Waltonville Rome Consolidated School Dix Town House, Boyd Wood Ins. Building, Woodlawn Shiloh Grocery 3205 Broadway—Lutheran Church Ivan's Flowers—Ashley Rd. Town House Rightnowar School Town Hall, Nason I.O.O.F. Hall. Waltonville Town House Dodds School Bethel School Village Hall, Ina Nihell's Work Shop C. G. Lang BIdg., Bonnie Town House Village Hall, Bluford Town Hall, Marlow McReynolds Bldg., Belle Rive Grade School Bldg., Opdyke Town House Jefferson Co. Hwy. Dept, Fairfield Road. 847 Fairfield Road, Gravitt Building Roy Stout Building, 411 Main street. Johnson Motors, North 9th street. Lipps Construction Co., 13th & George City Hall Building, 11th street (rear) Bakel Garage, Salem Road 1502 Broadway Gleason Gowler Garage, 522 S. 24th Yiager's Garage, 2408 Perkins Reece Garage, 910 S. 24th street Huntman's Garage, 500 south 19th street Compton Store Building, 17th & Perkins Lobby—High School Building, 6th & Jordan Brumbaugh Building, 1013 South 10th street Christman Store Bldg., 12th & Herbert Lee Store Building, 1009 South 7th street Gingham Kitchen Store Room, 306 Perkins Hopkins Market (Rear) 217 Ca6tleton Handsewn "Beef Roll" Leather Moc The classic with special "Beef Roll stitching for added style and strength. Quality top grain leather uppers in Bourbon Brown or Wine Cordo. Hefty flexible soles. Sizes Wz to 12. Widths C & D. Regular $9.99 Sale Price SPECIAL GROUP Glove Leather Casuals Genuine full grain glove leather uppers. Distinctively new. Black, Brown, Antiqued Saddle Brown. SIZES 5 to 11...AA, B, C, D. 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