Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 2, 1969 · Page 19
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4—C THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1969 Today In History FUTURE SHAPE—of telephone booths, that is—may be seen in downtown Vancouver, B.C. Two modern "see-through" booths have' been placed in the Canadian city's theater district on an experimental basis. If they work out, others will be produced for installation at additional locations. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Thursday, Jan. 2, the second day of 1969. There are 363 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: . On this date in 1942, the Japanese captured Manila, 26 days after the start of the Pacific war. On this date: In 1492, the Spaniards took Granada from the Moors. In 1766, there were Stamp Act riots in Savannah, Ga. In 1788, Georgia became the fourth state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. — In —1890, the first woman op| the White House staff reportedv for work. She was a secretary, | Alice Sanger of Indianapolis. \ In 1900, Secretary of State John Hay announced the "open door" policy in China. In 1960, Sen. John —F. Kennedy, D-Mass., said he would seek the 1960 Democratic nomination for president. Ten years ago—Thousands of Fidel Castro's guerrillas entered Havana and he proclaimed a provisional government for Cuba. Five years ago—The Soviet Union urged all nations to renounce the use of force to solve territorial disputes. One year ago — President Johnson signed a bill increasing Social Security benefits and taxes. - Bridge Lesson - ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ - SH®P - The store that cares...about you! 'Super-Right' CENTER CUT CHUCK OAST Lb SOVIET JET, top, the new TU-154, is expected to fly to 3,500 cities in 46 countries including the United States. It has capacity for 160 passcrrors. For connarison, America 's Boeing 727 is shown in bottom photo. Smaller tban giant 707 nr.rt Tfsa ' " • irssssngers. Restore Dollar Stability - DIRKSEN OUR MEN IN SERVICE -O- -0- -o- "Super-Right" Quality Beef Bone la oast Lb. Aligood Brand U.S. NO. 1 WASHED POTATOES lO 1 Florida Temple Oranges Do*. 59c Indian River Grapefruits 3 for 49c NEW MIRACLE TIDE 83 oz. King Size SAVE 70< Miracle White Super Cleaner plastic Jf jJV Coupon expires Sat." Jan. 4, 1969 SAVE 70< SAVE 50< A&P BUFFERED ASPIRINS "'Zoo 0 ' 29* Coupon expires Sat. Jan. 4,.1969 SAVE 5(K Pvt. Charles McClure Jr., husband of Donna McClure of Wichita, Kansas, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McClure of 1000 Welkins, spent leave with his parents in Wichita. He took his basic training in Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and spent some time at Fort Ord, Calif. He is now stationed near Stuttgart, Germany. His address is: Pvt. Charles McClure, U.S. 565944826, Hq. Btry. 3 Bn. 71st Atry., APO San Francisco, Calif. 09154. # * * BABENHAUSEN, GERMANY —Army Specialist Four John H. Todd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Todd, Route 1, McLeansboro, 111., reenlisted in the Regular Army for four years Nov. 25 while assigned to the 5th Artillery near Babenhausen, Germany, as a heavy truck driver. His wife, Carolyn, lives at 400 S. Locust St. * * * U. S. ARMY, VIETNAM— Army Private First Class Charles T. Braddy, .15, son oi Mrs. Frances Braddy, 1604 White St., Mount Vernon, 111., was assigned Nov. 28 to 1 he 4th Infantry Division in Vietnam as a small arms infantryman. CAMARILLO, Calif. — Staff Sergeant John II. Burnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burnett, R.R. 5, McLeansboro, 111., has been recognized for helping his unit, earn the U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award. . Sergeant Burnett, a personnel specialist in the 4th Weather !Wing at Ent AFB., Colo., will j wear the distinctive srrvice rib: bon as a permanent decoration. The unit was cited for exceptionally meritorious service in the field of meteorology from May 1966 through April 1968. The sergeant, a graduate of McLeansboro T. High School, is married to the former Susan K. Frillman, daughter of Mrs. Lucille Frillman, 13 Manas Drive, Belleville, 111. * * it OMAHA, Neb. — Harold E. Werner, son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Werner , R. R. 4, Fairfield, 111., - has been promoted to technical sergeant ir the U. S. Air Force. Sergeant Werner is an autopilot maintenance technician at Offutt AFB, Neb. He is a member of the Strategic Air Command. The sergeant is a graduate of Fairfield Community High School. His wife, Kristina, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Policky, Sutherland Home, Stewart, Neb. * * * FT. HOOD, TEX.—Army Specialist Four Gary L. Skinner, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Skinner, Benton Road, Mount Vernon, 111., received the Good Conduct Medal Nov. 21 while assigned to the 2nd Armored Division at Ft. Hood, Tex. Spec. Skinner received the award for exemplary conduct, WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen says a primary GOP aim in the new Democratic- controlled Congress wilJ be to "restore stability and confidence in the dollar." "We're in for a real, tough struggle with inflation," Dirksen said in an interview. "Congress can help the new President by pinching down on expenditures and keeping tha budget from going through the inflationary ceiling. "I think the country has shown that it has taken a conservative turn in its attitude toward new legislation and the demands that are being made on the federal government. I think that's ali to the good. "So far as we Republicans are concerned, I anticipate that one of our primary aims will be to restore stability and confidence in the dollar. I think a number of Democrats will also be interested in that goal." Tlie Illinois senator said that Robert Mayo, designated by President-elect Nixon as budget director, has painted a grim picture of forthcoming budgetary difficulties and their effect on inflationary trends. Dirksen observed that Mayo "knows his way around overn- mer.t" through 19 years of service as an economist and debt manager of the Treasury." Bridge Errors Not Permanent j By Oswald and Jnmes Jacobv Eveo'rac makes mistakes i:-. bidding And play. One test of a good player is his ability to recover from them. East's ) ace of diamonds tock the first trick. South falsecarded with the eight. He had nothing to lose by this since the eight and five were equals. East played the nine of diamonds at trick two and South played the jack. West was in with the queen and started to think. While West was thinking, South noticed that he had made a serious mistake. He could have ensured his contract by rising with his of diamond at trick two and going after hearts He could lose the heart finesse and relax. If East held a third diamond then West could not hold more than two more and three diamond tricks and a heart would not beat him. If West had started with five diamonds East would not have another diamonds to lead. Eventually West led the queen of spades. By this time South had worked out a line of play to make up for his carelessness at trick two. He let the queen hold, West continued with the jack and South let that card hold also. At this point a cluo shift by West would have defea- NORTH (D) A A74 V AQJ97 4 76 *KQ75 WEST EAST *QJ5 AK82 V542 VK63 • Q10432 *A9 *64 #J10983 SOUTH 4k A10963 V108 • KJ85 + A2 Both vulnerable West North East South IV Pass 1* Pass 2* Pass 3N.T. Pos3 Pass Pass Opening lead—• 3 ted the contract but West playeci aUr- to make the hand with a Vienna coup. H2 cashed three spades and the king of diamonds and discarded four hearts from dummy. East had to make thro? di^ards. The first was a club, thu second a heart, the third impossible. He could not afford to throw another club and to let a heart go. N v; >:outh lfd a heart to dummy's ace, dropping East's king. Ha returned to his hand- with the ace of clubs in order to cash his 10 of hearts. Dummy's lung and queen of club- were then good for the last twe f\ irks. BEADY FOR RECREATION BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Whe Dwain Miller resigned as Boulder's director of parks and recreation, he was given a fitting farewell gift by associates —an aluminum canoe. Miller intends to get a doctor's degree, then teach park and. recreation administration in a university. r it 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 be 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-give the boy a break. And thanks! WE GET THE JOB DONE! LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US— efficiency and fidelity in active military service. The specialist's wife. 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ONLY $500.00 DOWN, modern home. Base fine location close 1 Priced to sell. ONLY $500 00 DOWN, balance like rent buys S bedroom modern home, west side location. Paved street, basement, gas heat; full lot. Close to shoe factory. Priced right. CAI n e re,,t bHys 5 ro ° m ni{ VVhll rurnace > sf °rm windows, school and high school. EASY TERMS. 4 rooi A ft! W% cation; built in CiNIII _|l furnace; full lot, Imi •n home, west side lo- i, basement, new gas ession LINCOLN SCHOOL DISTRICT. Beautiful older 5 room all modern home; n 'Affc| gfc ted inside and out, new w/w carpeting in 1 oil I IB and dining room, new bath fixtures, full * r,rnBKy tent, new gas furnace and water heat, storm windows; garage. 15 ACRES—5 room modern home; basement, stoker heat, barn, other outbuildings; also, lake, located north of Mt. Vernon. Priced to sell. Very suitable for a hog or horse farm, 20 ACRES—S bedroom modern home; basement, gas heat, living room with fireplace; double garage, small baru. 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Priced for quick sale. 1 Extra nice 4 rooms, hardwood floors, nice built in kitchen and bath, utility room, gas heat. 2819 Mannen. $8,000. Out-A-Way—Fine 5 room stone and frame ranch. Huge carpeted living roon A Al ff| kitchen and bath, 2 nice bedrooms, utility rot all• If ; garage, storage building. No. 24 Norma- ww Near hospitals—Lovely 4 rooms. Large carpeted living room, hardwood floors, spacious built in kitchen, bath, 2 bedrooms, fireplace, utility room, gas heat; garage. $9,500. Good construction—attractive 4 rooms. Carpeted living room, beautiful built in kitchen and bath, fine basement, gas heat, attached garage; approximately one ace lot. 713 Airport Road. Outstanding 4 rooms. Carpeted living room, fireplace, built in kitchen and bath, utility, oil heat; garage—1113 south 24th street. We Need Your Listing MORTGAGE MONEY IS AVAILABLE SfcE US FOR ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS OF RSAL ESTATE IN SOUTHERN IUINOIS SEE A. HAROLD LOGAN C. WILLIAMS & RICHARDSON Broker Salesman 315 S. 10th LELAND ELLIOTT, Salesman JOHN H. CROSS, Salesman 242-0251 242-0252

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