Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 3, 1969 · Page 6
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 6

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, January 3, 1969
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1969 | Horoscope Forecast Monrerays At YMCA Saturday Night Saturday: This is a fine day busy with right preparations so and evening (o complete almost that you satisfy your strutting anything you have already star- Loo nature. Be sure that you led, and particularly where mat- get into a highly romantic moid, tors of a practical or emotional Showing true devotion is best nature are concerned, which way to insure the future with were difficult the past several him or her. days. Start this first weekend VIRGO (Aug. 22 o Sept. 22) You know just how to approach persons you want as intimate triends in (he year just in, so go ahead and do just thai. Good day to discharge social obligations. LIBRA (Sept. 2?, to Oct. 221 Get busy and make your credit interest vou have in mind? ol. the New Year by taking care ol loose ends and following your intuition. ARIES (Mar. 21 lo Apr. H)i It' you listen to kin everything can move along much smoother for you in the days ahead. Give that new idea plenty of study before placing in operation. TAURUS (Apr. 21) to May 201 matters just right. Sec 1hat Why don't you get together with things of a career cnaturc are regular allies and make ar- taken care of properly. Why not rangemenfs to streamline all of discuss with bigwig some new your future operations'.' Then out in P.M. and have a good tirne together. GEMINI (May 21 to June 211 You can gel thai property affair handled now for which you have little lime during busy ivork week. Arranging monetary matters more wisely is also easy. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 lo July 21) Taking time lo improve charm and health in A.M. is wise so you can make an excellent impression on others socially later. Bo with one who lias wit and humor. LI-] OUuly 22 to Aug. 21. i Gel Chats On Phone During Beating 1 . Navarro Slain While Witness Sipped Beer police said, Novarro's killers j place." Det. Sgt. Robert T. may have left the name : Smith testified 1 . "Larry" lettered on the bed-' The body was discovered by sheet beneath (lie retired ac- Novavro's secretary, Edward tor's body. Weber, the morning after his The name also was found let- day off work. Weber told police tered four times on a note pad that two cartons of cigarettes beside the telephone. Det. N.L. had been delivered to the house i . Allen said the older Ferguson's : where Novarro, a bachelor, i LOS ANGELES (APi — Silent!phone bill, the grand jury was | w j fe was stay i ng wit h her broth-!lived alone. Novarro did not I film star Ramon Novarro was told. • e r. named Larry, after leaving • smoke, Weber said, j beaten to death while a witness \ Miss Metcalf testified that ] 1cr husband. I may have calmly sat by sipping ] Thomas Ferguson called her to ; A apparently used I beer, talking for 48 minutes to say he and his brother would (scrawl fte mme Qn ^ bed . cr . in . ]aWi who said he knew No- in girl friend in Chicago, grand j be in Chicago soon for a week, j shcct wag found jn NovaTO) . s ; V arro. But he said he did not • jury testimony indicated Tues-; According to the transcript she i hand me gramJ - ury wag told J recaU naving mentioned the ac!*•>'. .. . _ .said he told her the J )roi^ers; But hfe wrlsts were tightly ^ tor to the Fergusons. bound. Throughout The transcript also included to testimony by Ferguson's broth- The grand jury indicted Paul Robert Ferguson, 22. of Round Lake, 111., and his brother knew Novarro had money hidden behind a picture in his home and "were goint to tie: SCORPI OlOct. 2M to Nov. 211 Out to the charming spots where you meet new and interesting people who can add much to your future culture and success. Don't, neglect corresponding with oul-o)'-towiiers. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to K "ni< Dec. 21i You must, find a better have "The Moiilcra.vs," from left to right an', Oil! Hardin, drummer; Itaymtnul Tucker, rhythm guitarist; Onrley Rober- sun vocalist; I.onnie Wright, lead euitai-ist: and Frank .Jones, leader and bass guitarist. Richard Gordon, not pictured, is also a vocalist with the group. Tin- Montcrays, a new Mi. Vernon nick group, will be making their first YMCA appearance, this Saturday night, .January 1th, from 8 until II. the house on Thomas, 17. for murder in the!him up just to scare him, to;overturned furniture and across, Susan Constant, Godspeed and ! slaving Oct. 30 of Novarro in 1 sce if they could find out where ^ alls ' ( f Tloodi , wa s found spat- j Discovery were the three tiny ibis' $500,000 Hollywood Hills t he money was." . " aU indicated that a; ships that brought the first col- \\mme. ', ' an,.*, ih» inw :fl 8 ht or struggle had taken i oniste to Jamestown in 1607. I The brothers, held The group features, soul, hard [ girls danci. rock, rhythm and blues and! Th psychedelic music. They ippearrd in Spuria, < "en- last fail. j bail are to enter pleas Jan. (13. Ther younger will be tried j as an adult. | The transcript of testimony j showed two young women un' knowingly played roles in the j arrest of the Fergusons. They iare Mary Ferguson, 21, es- Then the girl told the jury, without j sne heard a "noise like some- JOE MARTIN INSURANCE AGENCY Service Is The Keynote of Our Business 1 110 Alain Office -Phone 2 H-2800 Auto Home Fire Business way of doing your bookkeeping ['"ilia or anything else of an exacting nature. Evening can be most delightful with the one you love. CAPRICORN 'Dec. 22 to Jan. 201 Making the contacts that lead to a fine and successful future partnership is wise. Joining them in amusements is excellent later. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 lo Keh. 19) You can do much lo gel. the New Year mapped out. nicely now. so keep busy. Take treatments that will give you . Si. Louis, and Carbondale and a I (he high school Variety Show and the sophomore Monlerays :>ro studentV \a| I tranged wife of Paul Ferguson, Vernon Township High anc ! fBre " da f V* Metcalf, 19 ' Sirl friend of his brother. School and Rend Lake College ' the Mt. body falling" and that the youth j hung up. j The testimony indicated | Novarro was beaten with fists,! feet; and walking cane at the; same time as the 48-minute tele- j phone call was being made. In California, county grand jury proceedings are a matter of public record' and transcripts Earthquake Jars Arkansas i. ITT LI.-; ROCK. Ark. ' AP> An carlhriaiKikc rattled buildings. iVrniture and nerves throughout Arkansas Wednesday, but ap- >>arentlv caused no injuries and . A telephone call made by the iare routinely filed with the: and will feature a three hour j. younger brother to Miss Met- j county clerk's office. j show at the Y .Saturday night, j ca if } n Chicago was discovered! In an apparent attempt to di- j in a routine check of Navarro's 1 vert suspicion to somebody else, j belter health. Slop tolerating no major damage that toothache — go lo I he dentist. PISCES iKeb. 20 lo Mar. 20) Engage in sports, oilier forms • ol entertainment that, make your life brighter and more worthwhile. Be happy with the one you love. Blades Walgreen JDnij OPEN SUNDAY 9:00 A.M. TO 6 P.M. Open 7:30 A.M. To 9 P.M. Daily WE GSVE TOP VALUE STAMPS BLADES WALGREEN AGENCY DRUG STORE West Side Of Square Phone 244-1126 Bridge Lesson Worst Hand in Two Years By Oswald and James Jacob}NORTH J AT VQ74 • AQJ853 *K85 WEST (D) AKQ10964 V10 • Void •J.A97632 SOUTH A A85 V A K.J 9 5 • 109 *QJ10 2?oth -vulnerable EAST AJ32 V 8632 + 1 Slate police said the tremor • •ricked walls and floors, and • lucre were reports that dishes' were broken, but authorities! (. und no major damage. j 'The shock frightened thou- .-nnds of Arkansans, who w.viniped police and news me- : • ! : a with telephone calls. Ksti- of the duration of the tremor ranged from five ~i«r»40 reconds. j ..T"'.."If.; MCTjW;. .-! j ,• v,\i/ -; firV. ' -Wpt. -' • r. ,!5asfe. .Soag?. across my house." said .loo Caldwell of Bon/on. Only portions of south and southwest Arkansas apparently escaped I he shock, which e.\tended inlo southern Missouri. P.rsidcnls ol West Plains. Mo., iirar Ihe northern Arkansas horde; reported two shocks-one at G.I'.N p.m., EST, and the other aooul two minutes later. 3* Pass 3 1\ 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—* K CONVICTS HAVE A RAU, —II' TO A POINT Today's hand would qualify j as I he worst sand of 1968 except! for one Ihing. II was played ' in 19(57! West opened I he king of: spades against the three no- i I rump contract. East played the I three and Soirih the ace. South! led the 10 of diamonds and went! up with dummy's ace when West, showed out. There was RAWLINS, Wyo. (APi Con- no point losing more than nece- vicis at the Wyoming state peni- J ssary so South cashed his five tentiary have staked out a golf I hearts and led the jack of clubs, green behind Die prison walls West rose with the ace and re- au.l are hiking up golf. turned a club, where upon South Warden Lenard Meacham lias made his contract instead of given his approval with one; going down two. ground rule. Balls smacked lover the prison wall are out of hounds and the golfer is not permilled lo hunt for them. DEPARTMENT STORE SPACE SAVER COLOR TV FOR BUDGET-WISE SHOPPERS RCA VICTOR COLOR TV SAVE $60. WHILE THEY LAST 3 Only OUR LOW, LOW PRICE JUST SAY "CHARGE-IT" IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. While East and West were j fighting about their failure to i lake their six lop tricks. North tried lo pour oil on troubled - waters by pointing out that four j hearts was a laydown and that j : maybe South should have found J , some way to show his good | five card heart suit. j All this doesn't seem to be; enough lo qualify a hand for! the worst of a year. Lots of people fail to set three no-. ! trump contracts. The really bad • ; feature did not come out until I j later on when the players look- j | ted over the scores. I [ The game was match point i duplicate and not only did North | ; and South receive a top score I ; for making three no- trump ,but I they would have the same top i score for going down two tricks • at three no- trump. What's more they would still have a top if. they had gone down two tricks doubled. It seems that the next best j North- South score was minus j 790. North had opened his sin-' gleton frump against four spa- j rles doubled. South took his ace j and led a second trump to hold ' Wesl to his contract. At all other tables the contract, was four or five spades doubled a and a heart was ocpned, whereupon i West would take 11 tricks to score either 990 or S50. depending on whether he was doubled at four or five. Slingshot Misses Jap Emperor TOKYO fAP) — Emperor Hirohito and his family made a New Year's public appearance today for the first time in -six yenrs. Police said an antiroyal- isf tried to pelt the emperor with "/nail steel halls while an- | other man lit smoke candles in ihe crowd. The police said Kcnzo Oku• z:tki, a -1*-year-old electrician from Kobe, fired four small steel balls with a s.'inshot at: t!i" emperor. Some of them hit; Ihe front of the reviewing stand i at Ihe Imperial Palace, but no ' one was hit. He wasn't noticed until his fourth shot; then about 10 persons pounced on him and turned him over to the police. He was charged with assault. The emperor had not made the traditional appearance'to receive New Year's well-wishers since 1963 because the palace has been under reconstruction. A&out 5,000 were in the crowd at the time of the incidents, and police said a lota] of 197.S70 persons visited the palace during j the da v. I MT. VERNON REALTY CO. THOMAS A. PUCKETT, Broker Mt. Vernon, Illinois 823 Harrison Phone 242-1317 LARGEST FARM BROKERS rN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Beautiful 3 bedroom home, full basement, garage, nice shade and shrubs, on 4 acres close in South or» Route- close to Rend Lake. 2 bedroom home, gas heat, owner will finance. 2100 College. 200 acres good laying land, well improved land, Northeast of Bonnie. Grocery and general merchandise store in small town;.^oojl bw Beautiful 8 bedroom home in good repair with gas heat, garage, large fenced back yard, close to downtown and high school. Would consider selling furniture with house. 708 Jordan. Nice house in east edge of Belle Rive in good repair on 8 lots. Out of town owner. Priced for quick sale. .32 acres vacant land close in North. Just off Route 37. 4 room house with small barn on about one acre, 4 miles out on Liberty Road for only $2500.00. 40 acres vacant land 3 miles out just off Riehview Road. Call Any of Our Salesmen Today John Lomax, 312 -S8S5 Russell MeBridc, 214-074S L. V. 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