Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 23, 1968 · Page 13
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f MONDAY", DECEMBER 23, 15)68 THE REGISTER-NEWS MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS 3-J* Watching TV TONIGHT - 6:00- 6:30- 34th "SILENT NIGHT" MEMORIAL CHAPEL, above, in Oberndorf, Austria, is the scene of a month-long celebration observing the 150th anniversary of the famous Christmas carol. Built in 1937 on site of original St. Nicholas Church, chapel honors Josef Mohr, who wrote the lyrics, and Franz Gruber, who penned the music (for guitar) a few hours before midnight mass when the church organ broke down in 1818. Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Monday, Dec. 23, the 358th day of 1968. There are eight days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1941, U.S. forces on Wake Island surren- 1 dcred to the Japanese during. the Pacific war. On this date: In 1783, George Washington resigned as Army commander- in-chief and retired to his home 1 at Mount Vernon, Va. In 1788, Maryland voted 1o cede an area 10 miles square | for the seat of the national gov- I ernment. In 1805, the Mormon leader, i Joseph Smith, was born in Shar- i on, Vt. In 1940, during World War II,; Britain's Prime Minister Win-. ston Churchill urged the Italians to iid ihiMiisojws of the dictator, Benito Mussolini. In 1948, former Premier Hideki Tojo of Japan and six other war leaders of that country were executed in Tokyo. In 1962, the first of 1,113 pets- oners captured in the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba began arriving in Miami in an airlift that followed payment of ransom. Ten years ago New York City's nine major daily newspapers had suspeided publication as a result of a delivei-ymen's strike. Five years ago At least 977 persons who had abandoned the burning Greek liner "Lakonia" in the eastern Atlantic were BANK OF ILLINOIS WILL CLOSE AT 12:30 P.M. Tuesday, Dec. 24 CHRISTMAS EVE To Enable Our Employees To Be With Their Families BANK OF ILLINOIS Eleventh and Broadway -2 Ne.vs 3 Cactus Pete 4-12 News 8 Protrait in Profile -2-3 Avengers 4-12 Gunsmoke 5-6 I Dream ot Jeannie 8 Chris !ma3 Special 11 Truth or .Consequences 7:00—5-6 Rowan and Martin 8 No Doubt About It II Ot Lands and Seas 7:30-2-3 Peyton Place 4-12 Lucille Ball b What's New 8:00-2-3 Outcasts 4-12 Maybany R. C .D. 5-6 Movie: "The Pad" 8 Passport Eight 11 Steve Allen 8:30—112 Family Afiair 8 NET Journal 9:00-2-3 Big Valley 4-12 Carol Burnett 9:30—8 Opinion 10:00-2-3-4-5-6-12 News 8 Movie: "Miracle Street" I I Perry Mason 10:30-2-3 Joey Bishop 5 King Family Songs 5 Johnny Carson 12 Movie: "Miracle on 34th Street" 11:00—11-Movie: " T he Easy Way" on Fifth Ave. 12:00-2 Movie: "Manfish" 12:10-5 Christmas Special 1:30—4 Movie: "Johnny Trouble" TUESDAY PROGRAM Morning 4 Summer Semester -4 Town and Country 5 Today 12 Summer Semester -4 P.S. Four 12 Chuck Wagon Gang -2 Thought For Today 12 Breakfast Show -2 Farm Report -2 Lone Ranger 4 News 5-6 Today -2 Fury 4 Cartoons -2 Romper Room 4-12 Captain Kangaoo 8:45—11 Cartoons v 9:00-2 Dick Cavett 3-11 Jack Lelane Show 4-12 The Lucy Show 5 Snap Judgment 6 Romper Room 9:30-3 Dick Cavett 4-12 Beverly Hillbillies 5-6 Concentration 11 Love That Bob 10:00-2 Pay Cards 4-12 Andy of Maybeny 5-6 Personality 11 Movie: "Crazy Sunday" 10:30-2 What's My Line? 4-12 Dick Van Dyke 5-6 Hollywood Squares 11:00-2-3 Bewitched 4-12 Love of Life 5-6 Jeopardy I I Twilight Zone 11:30—2-3 Treasure Island 4-12 Search For To.-iorrow 5-6 Eye Guess II Cartoons 11:45-11 King and Odie Afternoon •2 Charlotte Peteis 3-11 Dream House 4 Dennis the Menace 5 Mike Douglas 6-12 News -6 Pastor Speaks -6 Make a Deal 4-12 As the World Turns 3-11 Funny You Should 12:55-3-11 Childrens Doctor 5:2C 6:00- 6:30- 6:45- 6:507:00- 7:30- 8:00- 12:00- 12:1512:30- Ask picked up. Twenty-four bodies were recovered. One hundred, thirty-five persons were miss- One year ago — President Johnson and Pope Paul VI discussed the goal of peace in Vietnam at an unprecedneted audience at the Vatican. 1:00 T 3 l-'ewlyv.ed Gcme 4 -12 Love is a Many Splendored Thing 5-6 Days of Our L'ves 11 Make R .-om f "r Dnddy 1:30—2-3 Tht» Dating Gam* •',-12 Tne Guiu ng L gut 66 The Doctors 11 Woody Woodbuiy Show 2:00-2-3 General Hospita! 4-12 Secret Storm 5 Another World 2:25 -4 11-12 News 2:30—2-3 One Lift to Live 4 -12 Edge of Night 5-6 You Don't Say 3:00—2 Movie: "Miracl» on 34rh Street" 31 I Dark Shadows 4- 12 Linklettot Show 5-6 The Match Game 3:30 3 Loiie Ranger 4 Movie: "A Christmas CIKOI" 5 Mtrv G; iHin 6 Snap Judgment I 1-12 Underdog 4:00-3 The Hour 6 Popeye II f-lintstones 12 Mike Dougl.-n 4:30—6 Pert-y Mason 1 I Gilligan's liUfid 5:00-2 Combat 3 Cartoons 4 Leave It to (leave- 5 News III Love l.u'-v 5:30-2-4-5-12 Ntws I 1 Rawhide Evening 6:00 2 News 3 Cactus Pete 8 The Big Picture 6:30—2-3—Nativity Story 4-12 Lancer 5-6 Boll Telephone Hour 8 Book Beat II Truth or Consequences 7:00-8 Who Is 11 Of Lands and Seas 7:30-2-3 It Takes a Thief 4-12 R«d Skelton 5-6 Julie 8 What's New 8:00—5 Movie: "Companions in Nightmare" 6 Movie: "The Smugglers" 8 Passport Eight 11 Steve Allen 8:30-2-3 NYPD 4-12 Doris 0;iv 8 French Chef 9:00-2-3 That's Life 4-12 60 Minutes 8 NET Festival 9:30—11 Honeymooners 10:00-2-3-4-5-6-12 News 8 David Susskind 11 Perry Mason 10:30—2-3 Joey Bishop 4 Christmas Special 5-6 T3A 12 Christmas Cantata 11:00—5-6 Christmas Eve Mass 11 Movie: "Christmas in Connecticut" 11:30—4 Christmas Cantata Law For Today ... NO PREMIUM PAY FOR CHRISTMAS DAY Q. I'm a waitress and find I'm scheduled to work Chistmas Day. T f that isn't bad enough I'm only sjoing to get paid straight time. Isn't there a state law that a person who works on a legal holiday must be paid time and a half? A. There is no state or federal law that requires premium pay for working on a holiday—unless working on a holiday means working more than 40 hours in one week. Then under the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act, an employer might have to pay an employee time and a half for overtime. The overtime provision of the act does not apply to restaurant, hotel, motel, or food service employees, however. —Illinois State Bar Association TV Review ^ Apollo 8 m Story Well Told On TV jriage ot Julie Nixon to David •Eisenhower. Julie said she wanted a private marriage and, she had one. CBS patched together a half^our special Sunday night. •There were pictures of the brid- ial party entering the church, i leaving the church, entering a j 'hotel for the reception. The rest Hv CYNTHIA LOWRY of the show was old film clips of, AP Television-Radio Writer the couple as children, and j NKAV YORK (API — The tele- some rather inane interviews j vision networks, with plenty of-with young friends of the bride; practice, turned in their usual and with some of her fellow stu-: i sleek, professional Jobs of cov-j dents at Smith, ering the greatest of the space' During halftime of its Oak-: shots to date, the Apollo 8 blast land-Kansas City football game,; ;off. Television is having troubles with clitics of its news cover; age. but no one can fault the ! networks on the way they are i able to present, explain and illustrate the background of a space event. It all led up Satur' clay to that breath-taking moment when the massive Saturn 5 rocket, in a burst of flame, moved slowly into lite sky. A whole nation could watch the start of an adventure that must rank with the sailing of Columbus. Over the years of the space program. network reporters have sharpened their skills and developed their specialities. It is Flni'i^rf WnilCf »C impossible to single out one net- 1 ,U,IUU ' «uubcb worl . or onc reporter lor 8peclaI praise. They were all very good. The television pictures from the space vehicle Sunday, made an incredible 140,000 miles from earth, were of excellent quality. It was disappointing that, the shots of earth—it looked like a did NBC gave a brief report on the marriage. It showed Aline Saarinen exchanging a few words with the bridal party as it entered 1 the reception. Nobody said much. If NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS you fail to receive your REGISTER-NEWS Call 242-0118 between the hours of 6:00 and 7:00 p.m. weekdays. Saturdays 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. A messenger will deliver vour paper. "DON'T BRUISE the material." Comedian' Bob Hope clowns with University of Southern California's AH- American halfback O. J. Simpson. Nixon Buying 2 NKW YORK tAP) President-elect Nixon is buying not one hut two houses at his Key Biscayno. FKa. retreat, his spokesman said today. Press assistant Ronald L. Zeigler announced also that Nix-! bright star on the screen on is selling his New York not come off clearly. apartment at 810 Fifth Ave. Nixon already has purchased the three - bedroom Key Biscayne home of E'Tianuel Area. President -elect also will buy the house next floor, that of Sen George Smathers, D-Fla. Nixon has been renting the Samfhcrs housL> and plans to spend his Christmas holidays there. Zeigler said the side-by-side houses on Biscayne Bay will be icmodeled with one to serve an office and the other as a residence for the President-elect during Florida visits. All three networks, of course, dropped regular programming to show the space pictures. CBS, caught with the Baltimore- Minnesota football game in progress, was careful to note at the conclusion of the space program, that during the viewers' absence from the game, halftime had occurred and little Portions of the final 2Va minutes of the first half that were missed were shown on tape before the second half started, but the network's New York office received about 2,000 telephone calls of complaint. While television had a field day covering man's first jour- Hunterss hould have their" eyes checked each year before taking to the woods, says the \ ney to the moon, it did not have Ohio Society for the Prevention 'much luck trying to cover an of Blindness. event closer to home: the mar- Receive A Free Gift When You Join! Moke Sure You Get- One Come Nov. '69 Security will be mailing checks — Thousands of shop* ping dollars — to our Christmas Club members come November '69. Join now and get on the mail call. SECURITY BANK & TRUST CO. 119 N. 9th St. Mr. Vernon, 111. * * * • I ft * 9 eppreciarion ishlp and good will we eiAsnd io you our best wishes for 9 9 3 BILL SCHELOSKY LEAL A SCHELOSKY EDNA GARRISON RICHARD MULLINAX ED TAAKA ROBERT CHAMBERLAIN JANSEN'S • • LAUNDRY & DRV CLEANING Jim Jensen, Owner Lyle Witzel, Manager Mt. Vernon, III. Earl Means, Helen Bayer, Doris Padgett, Juanifa Edwards yu 318 South 10th Street 1 ffimsm Mt. Vernon, Illinois

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