Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 23, 1968 · Page 6
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6-A THE REGISTER-NEW? — MT, VERNON. ILLINOIS MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 196S KELL Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simmon and Evelyn spent last weekend in Champaign visiting her two sisters. Mrs. Bess Koons and Mrs. Maude Meyers. Mrs. Ruth Walters of Mt. Vernon spent one day this week with her daughter Mrs. Don McDaniel. Mrs. Laura Alvis is in a critical condition in the Mt. Vernon hos- piial. We wish her a speedy recovery. Ralph Rollinson has been confined the past week with the flu. The Fields School had a nice Christmas program Thursday afternoon. Friday will be their last day till Jan. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lisenby and Stevie of Mt. Vernon were Sunday night supper guests with son will visit Ronnie in Hawaii Mr. and Mrs. Don McDaniel. ' j n January, where he has a rest Elmer Hoskins .ind Mrs. Eloise period from Vietnam. Ronnie has McDaniel visited Wednesday ev- never seen his little son. enin? with Mr. and Mrs. Dal Fer- 1 The mother of Mrs. Wflma guson. 1 Hass is very ill in Salem hospital. Mrs. Eloise McDaniel visited We wish her a speedy recovery. Monday morning with Mrs. Vic- 1 The Kell Methodist church will kie Brumley and Mrs. Len Dens- j have their Christmas party for more. j the children Saturday night at Loren Leuty and two children 1 the home of Mr. and Mrs. David of Belleville. 111. spent the week- 1 Simmons. The church will have end with his parents Mr. and a supper at the church Monday Business, Industry, Education Jobs A wait LBJ Cabinet Officers Mrs. Herbert and Mr. and Mrs. Dal Ferguson. Mrs. Altris Ferguson has her cast off an dis able to be around now after being laid up nine weeks with a broken leg. Kelly Hawkins is able to be out some after a serious operation. Ben Hoskins and Mrs. Esther Tate visited Sunday evening vviln Elmer Hoskins. Mrs. Ronnie Alvis and evening. The Kell Grade School had a very nice Christmas program under the direction of Mrs. Busby of Salem our music teacher. Eloise McDaniel, Cor. Willemstad is the capital city and port of the island of Curacao, in the Netherlands baby! Antilles. By STERLING F. GREEN Associated Press Writer m r m • T • • T W 3i P. Give The Gift They'll Enjoy Everyday Of The Year _ _ • T • '<* WASHINGTON (AP) — Lyndon B. Johnson speaks longingly of the rocking chair that waits for him in Texas when he leaves the presidency Jan. 20. Everybody in Washington and Texas knows it is just a figurative ''ocking chair. Johnson is expected to be riding an executive swivel chair, spinning rapidly from hanking to broadcasting to ranching to real estate as he tends to his multimillion dollar assets. There won't be rocking chair riders or welfare cases among the outgoing cabinet officers or White House aides, either. Most will step into jobs paying a lot more than they got from Uncle Sam. Some arc still weighing offers- some are keeping I says he doesn't know what he j will do. Postmaster General Marvin i Watson, Attorney General Ramsey Clark and Secretary of Transportation Alan S. Boyd also say they don't know—or aren't talking. One of Johnson's key men at the White House, special assistant Joseph A. Califano Jr., 37, will join the large and prestige- laden Washington law firm of Arnold and Porter. / Farm News By RICHARD POWERS WASHINGTON (AP) — Big supplies of farm products are expected in early 1968 The Agriculture Department also said that larger supplies of livestock and crop products mum about are lj kely to dampen early 1969 their business plans, as Johnson farm prices. ^, is. But most have already nailed However, it said, expected JfJ | down executive jobs in corpora- S a ' n s in cotton, oilseeds, fruits, lions and foundations, or are presidencies, professorships or law practices. Treasury Secretary Henry H. Fowler will become a general partner in the distinguished and vegetable marketings may bring total cash receipts to producers slightly above those in the first half of 19SS. The department also said the slower gains in demand for food 1 Trunkline Gas Joins Chamber SANTA CLATJS greeted motorists at Tenth ami Maple, on New York investment banking and less piice rise is likelv in firm of Goldman, Sachs & Co., I ^ u P c °m in g months, jan. i _ With prospects for more beef, Secretary of Defense Clark M. j P or . k LS- Cke "' °}^ S frUi , tS ' ^ Clifford says he has "no plans Mt. Vernon's widely traveled was toppled by vandals. NEWS BRIEF it said, early 1969 prices for food at vegetables retail food home may > average about same as a year earlier. But Assistant Defense Secretary P rices „ for food e f taway from home are expected to continue 4 to 5 per cent above a year earlier. | The department said that farmers had a record amount to spend in 1968. Latest estimates, the depart- secretary men t sa i ( j ) show that farm peo- j pie in 1968 had about double' the Jl.l per person of disposable personal income they had whatsoever," but is expected to resume his flourishing law practice in WASHINGTON. Ass Alain Enthoven will become vice president of the big and still growing Lilton Industries, Inc., a major defense contrac- ior. He'll direct Litton's economic planning. Dr. Harold Brown of the air force, will become president of California Institute of Technology, replacing Dr. Lee A. DuBridge. who is coming j,-, i960 The reason: Estimated to Washington to be President- gains not only in farm income elect Nixon's top adviser on sci- but also in off-farm earnings, ence and technology. farm production expenses this Secretary of State Dean Rusk year are expected to reach a ivill -fturr, to tin Rockefeller level of about $36 billion, up Foundation, where he was presi- SI.25 billion from 1967. But dent fur eight years before en- gross farm income will prob- lering President Kennedy's cab- ably show a higher rise than inet. As its first Distinguished expenses, leaving a realized net Fellow. Ivll draw what the income of about $15 billion com- ROME (AP) — All public transport in Rome was halted the j today for 24 hours by a strike that jammed traffic, made workers late for their jobs and disrupted last minute Christmas shopping. Willi all buses and streetcars idle, almost every private car in the city was brought out and traffic was chaotic. Many people walked. Com- Santa CIsius Lane, before he (Hilliard and Myers Photo) muters from the suburbs stayed home or did their shopping in neighborhood stores. Police and soldiers gutrded tourist bases and army trucks that were pressed into service as emergency transport. Mt. Vemon regional office of Trunkline Gas Co. has become a member of the Mt. Vernon Chamber of Commerece. This announcement was made today by Malcolm Hirons, Dowzer Electric, Inc. employe who serves the chamber of commerce as membership committee chairman. Regional headquarters for Trunkline Gas are located a I 54 Crownview here, with F. J. Thielen as manager. Ten employes operate from the Mt. Vernon headquarters. Trunkline is one of Die major natural gas transmission firms with headquarters in Houston, Tex., occupying a six story building with 350 employes there and in all more than 1.000 employes located along the pipeline a I the company's IS compressor stations, district and regional offices. One of the major natural >jas transmission firms. Trunkline moves gas from the pas production areas of Texas and Louisiana gulf coasts to the Indiana-Michigan border near Elkhart. Ind. Giant compressors located alone; the pipe lino do I he 'push in;:.', such compressor stations bi-iey located in five Texas communities, four in Louisiana, two in Mississippi, one in Tennessee and at Joppa, Joiinsonville and Tuscola, 111. The "safety first" slogan originated in 1911, when the Bureau of Mines gave a national safety first demonstration. E Sakerville Church Evangelist Bro. Bobby Jackson From North Carolina DEC. 25 THRU DEC. 31 GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO THE VERNON ister-News 'if. We Would Be Happy to Mail The Register- ^ News to Your Friends and Relatives Any j£ Place That You Desire It to Be Sent. ijl W A Christmas Card With Your Name Will Be Mailed to the Person Receiving Your Gift Subscription to the The Mt. Vernon Register-News. I I • • SUBSCRIPTION RATES — - PAYABLE ADVANCE BY MAIl JEFFERSON COUNTY AND ADJOINING COUNTIES: One Year $9:00; S x Months $6.00; Three Monthi £3.5b, One Month $1.25 By MAIL OUTSIDE JEFFERSON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES WITHIN 150 MILES: One Year $12.00; Sx Months $8.00; Three Months $J.50; One Month $2.50. SERVICEMEN AND OUTSIDE 150 MILES: One Year $15.00; Six Months $8.50; Three Months $6.00; One Month $2.75. Please send The Register-News for to the following: Name Address City State Zip- Christmas Greeting from. "1 I I foundation's directors call "a \c\y comfortable stipend." Undersecretary of State Ni- :holas B. Katzenbaeh, I'm. former attorney general, who was a law professor belore he came io Washington, will become vice president and general counsel of IBM in New York. Secretary of Agriculture Or- \illo L. Freeman has accepted Ihe presidency of EDP Technology. Inc. in Washington. St"wart L. Udu.ll. secretary oi Interior, plans to s-vt up a tew firm with ofiics in Washington and Phoenix. When asked, he .loesn't deny he might run in 1970 for the U.3. Senate seat of Republican P;M :1 F. Fannin. Jlv sccr '-fary of housing and urban development. Robert C. Weaver, becomi s president on Jan. 1 of New York City's new Bernard Baruch College. Wilbur J. Cohen, secretary of heallli. education and welfare, will return to the University of Michigan, where he taught, public welfare until lie joined the Kennedy administration n 1961. Secretary of CommerceC. R. Smith, who was drafted by Johnson upon his retirement as president and board chairman of American Airlines, Inc., has only revealed that "I won't be around Washington on Jan. 20." Other cabinet officers have said even less about their plans, but none are expected to need CARE packages. 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