Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 4, 1969 · Page 12
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•f. THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 196? * WW aiching Television 7:00- 7i30- TONIGHT 6:00—Tl VWburn Brother. .5 Death Vtrlley Days 6!30—.2-3 The Dating Game 4-12 Jackie Gleason Show 5 -6 Aiiam 12 .11 Porter Wagoner 7:00—2-3-TWe Newlywed Oam« 5-6 : GeJ Smart 11 Alfred Hitchcock 7:30—2-3 The Lawrence Welk Show • 4-12 My Three Sons 5-6 The Ghost 2nd Mrs. Muir 8:00-4-12 Hogan's Heroes • 5-6i AAovie: "Father Goose" ii30— 2-3 Hollywood Paluce 4-12 Patlicoat Juirtim ,71 Champonship Wrestling 9:00—4-12 Mannix 9:35-y2.,M,ov:e: "Oidget Oocs Hawaiian" "o Bill And«f«on 10:00—2-3-4-5-6-12 News 10:15—3 Movie: "Girl in the Red Velvet Swing" 4 Movie: "Romanoff and Juliet" • 10:30-5 Movie: "O'Henry's Full :.I1:45—2 Movie: /'Stagecoach to > ... fury" 6'Movie: "Man of 1000 '-Face''," : . 1:15—4\Mov!»>: ."The Enforcer" : ' SUNDAY,PROGRAM ' Morning 6:00—12 Christophe/s 6i30-4 P.S. 4 12. Big Picture -4 Tom and Jerry '6-,11 Faith For Today 12 Lester Family Sings -2 Pattern For Living 4 Aquaman '11 Hour of St. Francis 6 Gospel Singing Jubiles 17. .Movie: "New Testament" '12 Herald of Truth 8:00—2 The Answer 4' Sunday Morning 5 Gospel Singing Jubilee 1,1, Songs of Faith ' 12 Tom and Jerry 8:3b 1 —2 .Cross .Currents 3 Beatles • 4 faith of Our Fathers 5 Aivjeriee. Sings 6 Paduca.h Devotions 11 Agister, Magoo 72'. Aquaman 6:43—2 Sacred Heart 9s00— 2 .Message of the Rabbi 3 Mnus, 4-12 Lamp Unto My Feet 5 Religious Talks 11 Uncle Waldo -2 Catholic Moss % Hamilton Brothers Quarter -3 Xirjg Kong 4 Look Up and Live 5 This is the life ' 6 Herald of Truth 10:00-2-3 BuMwinkle 4-12 Camera Three 5 Eternal tight 6- This is.the Life H Roller Derby 10:30—2-3 Discovery 4 Way of Life ". 5 Super President 6 The Answer 72' Face the'Nation 1 t:O0-2 The Ney/ Beatles 3 Cartoons ' y 4 the Ciiurch. is You 5 Corky's. Colorama 6 Popey* 7 3 This is fiie life 'T:30~2 Linus , ' 3 University of Michigan 4 NFL Pla'y-off Bowl 6 File 6 12 The Answer Afternoon 12:00-2 Kirvg Kong • 3. Directions 5-6 Meet the Press II The Honeymooners 12:30 -2 Wells Fargo 3. Issues and Answers 5,-6 Guide Line 11 'Movie:. "Men Aie Sucli Fools" 12 NFL pre Game Show 1:00—2 Movie. "Beast of Babylon Against the Son of Hercules" 3 Allen Revival Hour 6 Movie 1:30—3 Sunday Matinee 2:00—11 Make .'Roum For Daddy 2:30—2 Dobie Giliis 3:00-2 The Rebel 3:30—2 Peter Gumv The Story TBA Southern Baptist Hour 4:00-3 NBA Basketball 2 Movie: "Gidget Goes Hawaiian" .. 1H'2 J^an .Claude Killy Show 4:30—4 Amateur Hour 1.1 • Adventure 5:00-4 21st Century .'• 6 G.E.. College Ecwl . M Bu.-kes Low Evening 9.-t5- 9:30- 3 4 6 6:00—2-3 Land of the Giants 4-12 Lassie 5-6 Adventures of Hu «K Finn 11 Spucial 6:30—4-12 Gentie Ben 6 Walt Disneys World of Color ' 7:00- 2-3 The FBI 4-12 Ed Sullvdii 8 PBL Report 11 Skippy Bush Kangaroo 7:30-5-6 Mother-in-law 11 Make Room For Oacldy 8:00—2-3 Movie: "That Kind ot Woman" •J-12 Smothers Brothers 5-6 Bonanza 8 NET Special 11 Bill Fields 9:00-4-12 M's:.:-n Impossible 5-6 My Friend Tony 3-4-5-6-12 News 9:50—2 Movie: "johnny Tiger" 10:15—3 Movie: "Look in Any Window'' 10:30-3 Movie: "The Shrike" 6 Movifi: "I Was 1 , a 'Communist For the FBI" 12 Movie: "The Guns of Fort Petticoat" 11:30-11 Route 66 'I 11:45—2 Issues and Answers 12:10—4 Movie: "Love is Be'ter Than Ever" . MONDAY PROGRAM ' ; Morning 5:20—4 Summer Semester 6:00—4 Town and Country 12 -Summer Semester 6:30—4 P.S. Four 5 Focus Your World 12 Gospel Roundup 6:45—2 Thought For Today 6:50—2 Farm Report 7:00-2 Lone Rang»r 4 News 5-6 Today [ 7:30-2 Fury i 4 Cartoons ' 8:00—2 Romp 1 ?' Rccr" 1 4-12 Captain Kangaroo 8:45—11 Cartoons 9:00—2 Dick Covett j 3-11 Jack Lelane Show 1 4-12 The Lucy Show 5 Snap Judgment j 6 Romper Room ; 9:30—3 Dick Cavett 4-12 Beverly Hillbllies ! 5-6 Concentration j 11 Love That Bob I 10:00—2 Fay Cards i 4-12 Andy of Mayberry ; 5-6 Personality 11 Movie: " "Apples l3on 't Fall Far" j 10:30-2 What's My Line?' ' I 4-12 Diick Van Dyke ; • 5-6 Hollywood Squares ! 1 l:CU--2-3 Bewitched j 4-12 Love of Life 1 5-6 Jeopardy 11 Twilight Zone U.-30-2-3 Funny You Should As'< 4-12 Search For Tomorrow 5-6 Eye Guess I 11 Cartoons I 11:45-11 King and Odi« ) Afternoon 12:00—2 Charlotte Peters 3-11 Dream House 4 Dennis the Menace , 5 Mike pouglis fv 12 News 12:15—6 Pester Speaks 12:30-3 Let's Make » Deal 4-12 As the "World Jumi 6 Hidden Fface 11 Funny You Shbtlti Ask 12:55-3-11 Children* Doctor l:Q0—2-3 Newlywed Game . 4-12 love is a Many Splendced Thinct 5-6 Days of Our Lives 11 Make Room For 'Daddy 1:30—2-3 The Dating Gam* 4-12 The Goding light 5-6 The Doctors 11 Woody Woodbury Show 2:00-2-3 General Hospital' 4-12 Secret Storm 5 Another World 2:25-4-11-12 News 2:30—2-3 One lifp to live 4-12 Edge of Night 5-6 You Don 't Say 3.00-2 Movie: "Magnificent Doll" 3-11 Dark Shadows 4-12 Linkletter Show 5-6 The Match Game 3:30—3 Lone Ranger 4 Movie: "Return of Jesse James" 5 Merv Griffin 6 Snap Judgment 11-12 Underdoy 4:00—3 The Hour 6 Popeye 11 Flintstones 12 Mike Douglas 4:30—6 Perry Mason 11 Gilligons Islar.d 5:00-2 Combat 3 Cartoons 4 Leave It to Beaver 5 News •}• 5:30 -1 I • 6 :00 -1 6 :30- 7:00- 7:30- 8:00- 8:30,9:00- 9:3010:00- 1.0:30- 1 1:0012:20- 11 I Love Lucy 2-3.4-5^02 News 11 Rawhide Evening 2 News 3 Cactus Pote 4-12 News -2-3 Avengers 4-12 Gunsmoke 5-6 I Dream of Jeonnie 1 1 Truth or Consequences 5-6 Sowan and Martin 11 Of lands and Seas -2-3 Peyton Place 4-12 Lucille Ball -2-3 Outcasts 4-12 Mayberry R.F.D. 5-6 Movie: "Jumping Jack" 11 Steve Allen -4-12 Family Affair •2-3 Big Valley 4-12 Carol Burnett •II The Honeymooners -2-3-4-5-6-12 News 11 Perry Mason 2-3 Joey Bishop 4 Movie: "Magnificent Matador" 5-6 Johnny Carson 1 Movie: 2 "The Shadow on the Window" -11 Mov.e: "Before I Hang" -4 Movie: "Blackout" FUTURE SPACECRAFT may look like this artist's concept of a modified Gemini capsule which would carry a crew of nine. The ship would be used to perform low earth orbital logistic missions in support of proposed space station activities. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has awarded a study contract to explore the development costs, funding, schedules facilities and facility modifications necessary in planning the proposed project. OPEN SUNDAY YOU NEED SOME BLOCKON YOUR ing INCOME TAX Y<duf h*ve to know the rules of the game to win-. BLOCK men are Pros. And when BLOCK prepare? your return, yow can be sure of maximum savings. Accuracy it guaranteed. Cosf Is low. BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LIFE S GUARANTEE . W* a,uprar«te* accurate preparation af every tax return. .. vip pake any error* that cost you any penalty er foteesb "f/WI>;i«j^wyrw^jv^or Interest. Amvrijta 'f U r 8«*t Tax Service with Over 3000 Office* I U -'n 907 JORDAN STREET i Weekdays 9 A.M. To 0 P.M. — Sat. & Sun. » to 5 1 Phone 244-8627 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Thieves Left Smoky Trail • SHOBONIER, 111. (AP)-Twv> men who pilfered fuel from what looked like a gasoline tank on Billy Tinker 's farm on Route El.near.Shobonier Thursday left a Smoky trail easy for author­ ises to follow. Tinker reported to Fayette County Sheriff Leonard Kelly that the tank the two tapped contained oil. He reported their license to Kelly who discovered the car was stolen near. Indianapolis. State and Pana police picked up the smoking car and the 'icvupants near Pana. Two Chicago men, Eugene R. L:ebner, 40, and John S. Glarek, 48, were held by Christian County authorities for investigation. TEXICO f Russell Ingram of Albuquer -j ov .e,' New Mexico visited here Monday, of last week with relatives. Mr. Ingram was called here to attend the funeral of his father Conard Ingram. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green visited Monday with Mr. >an'l Mrs. Harold McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Greene and Jack and Buddy spent the holiday in Decatur with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Armstrong, Cindy niv' i -Rickey. Mrs Rita McKinney visitied Tuesday afternoon in the homes of Mr and Mrs. Ira Shafer and Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Shields. Mr. And Mrs. Harold McKinney spent Tesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huston and f&*r.ily. ' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Jess Price spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs: I, Bill Blankenship and sons. .Mr. :and Mrs. Lyle Brown of Kalftak'ee spent the holidays here in our .community. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McKinney visited : Wednesday efter- ; noon with Mr; and Mrs. Walter McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Tate and family were visitors also. Mr. and Mrs . Roger Tate •| and family of E dw a r dsville ; spent t!-p holidays with Mr. and ! Mrs. Herbert Tate. • Mr. and Mrs. Dan Seeley of Shawneetown and Mr.' and Mrs. Forest. Stewart of Texico spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Richard| son and Timmie, Mr. and Mrs. ] Palphey Brumley and Angela, and Mr. Alvin Dalby spent tte holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Troy Greer;. . Mr. and Mi's. Wade Jackson and family and Mrs. Lila Riggs spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs; Ira Sbafer and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mays and- family and Mrs. Mammie Barker spent the holiday with Mrs.' Oleta Shafcr and Mr. Erk* trust Mr. and Mrs. Norman William- and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rowdier and family, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Stinson and Tra- ccy, spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Morley Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Tate were afternoon visitors. •Mr, and Mrs. Mcrley Williams visited Friday afternoon in Salem with Mr. Williams mother, Mrs. Eva Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ffaser, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Timmons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Flota and family, and Miss Doris Schrader spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Lorvell Simmons and daughter. Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Hails and son, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Keele and son Mr. and .Mrs Bob Edmondson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. J. John Hamilton, Mr. Larry Hawkins, Mr. Clarence Gren, Miss Sar'ali Mae Jack- soni Mr. Bundy Storey and girl friend, Mrs. Elaine Towns, Mrs. Shirley Brumley and Mr. John Hail enjoyed their Sunday school party ••'Friday evening in the home 6? Mr. and Mrs. David Hanes. Mi?, and Mrs. Dale Jinks visited Saturday evening with Mr. arid Mrs. Clarence Green. Mark Harris spent Sunday with William Jackson. Rita McKinney, Cof 200 Poison Pins Missing CHICAGO (AP) -About 200 costume jewelry pins decorated with poison seeds are slil! being sought, a spokesman for Scars Roebuck and Co. said Thursday. Trie pins were pert of an assortment imported from Japan altout one fourth of which included the deadly red or orange and black jequirity bean either as Lite center of a flower or the eyes of a face. Another 100 of the lethal pins have been returned to Sears outlets since their discovery in Sears Silver Springs, Md., storj by a U.S. Department of Agri- culturo research worker. Sears issued a recall of the jewelry Dec. 7. This was shortly after they were placed on sale at 13S Sears stores in 118 cities. . The beans can cause death if Iney arc chewed or swallowed. Horoscope Forecast Monday. A good day to make plans for your business or vocational outlets for the coming year. Regardless of your occupation, look at your liabilities and assets, balance if possible. Moke a very down-to earth workable plan so you can have more of this world's goods in the future. ARIES: (Mar. 21 to Apr.. 19) Take care you're not victimized in some monetary affair Ly an unscrupulous person. Otherwise, this should be a fine nay for advancing financially. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Although an associate may , not a<vee, do not press the points ycu have in mind. Keep busy with personal affairs. Take time for enjoyment with charming persons . GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Steer clear of jelous co- worker and place your affairs on a better basis so that you need i:ot worry. Do not hesitate to help those who are faring very bladly. Consult your pocketbook List. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get out and see pals you have had little time for; you are spending too much l:me at home, anyway. Attend party you have been invited to. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You have excelknt ideas for big strides forward in the business world. Make appointments to see persons of stature. Find a better system for daily duties. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Forget humdrum duties and start concentrating on bigger tilings in the world of business and creativity. A newcomer can prove to be a great influence and friend in the future. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Begin the week by paying all *^fi pressing bills you possibly can, collecting what monies are owed you. Strive for more £ood will. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) If you show cooperation, an associate will do pretty much as you wish. Consider his side of things, too. Then out together for entertainment where you c£.n reach even greater harmo- ry. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Use streamlined methods in your work right now if you want better results in the future. Talk things over with co- workers. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You are a charming person underneath. Why don't you let l/iis quality come to the fore now? Then off into the world of activity and take your rightful place in it AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 10) Stop worrying about that outside affair about which you can do nothing. Get much done in your own area. Do whatever Army Drafts Retarded Youth *^ SCAPPOOSE, Ore. (AP) h Robert J. Hinkle, 21, undergo*! special examinations today a> his parents continue their fign,t with the Army to keep him o6t of Vietnam. f; "He's just a little boy. He'd lgs killed sure," said his mother, Mrs. Robert R. Hinkle. * "We've been given the run|round for seven months," sa^ his father. "They said at Efc Ord 1 he would be sent to Fj[. Lewis to serve his two yearj| f but when his orders came -oat they read to Vietnam." Robert, described by his Hither as a youth with a mentffl age of a 10-year-old, was to haye left today for Oakland, Calif* and shipment to Vietnam. |£ Instead he goes to Ft. Lewis-, Wash., from his parents' farrA home near this northwesteA Oregon community where H| has been spending his Christmas furlough. There he w|ft have both physical and ment|p[ examinations, his father said. «t- The Army told Rep. Wendell Wyatt, R-Ore., it found no re§|. son to give Robert a mental disability discharge. M . makes home life more harmcw nious and happy. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20| Dig into routine work and forget dreaming now about far off places and people. Make everything work efficiently. Make tit really good list of New Year R< solutions. ^ PEPSI COLA ANNOUNCES THIS WEEK'S JACK TOPS WINNERS >(N^^^^V ^^^r ^^*^V»^VW*WV^^ Mrs. Vinson 3.00 Ivan Grant N 1.00 Dennis Prater 1.00 Ray Beggs 1.00 Mr. Juits 1.00 Gerald Watson 1.00 Lacie Roberts - 10.00 Mrs. Quick 100 Mary Treat 3.00 Walter Manees 10.00 Mrs. Bowman 1.00 Roy McDonald 1.00 Ethel Dillow 1.00 R. Penrod 1.00 Mr. Keller 1.00 Walter Oyler 1.00 Mary Morgan 1.00 Donna Burnett 2.00 Debbie Mitchell ..... 1.00 Scott Melvin 1.00 Loula Odle 1.00 Joe Kobosobie 1.00 Florence Chesney 1.00 John Toss 1.00 Danny Swart 1.00 Sharon Barclay •• 1.00 John Evans 1.00 Billie House 3.00 Mrs. Andy Lawrence 1.00 Pete Broski 1.00 Frank Peterson 1.00 Matt Orloski 1.00 Mary Beth Scott 1.00 Johnnie Morovich 1.00 Greg Corzine 1.00 Danny Wright 1.00 Jerry Penrod 1.00 Jally Stout 1.00 Ken Atkinson 1.0.0 Mike Anderson 1.00 State Highway Lab 1.00 Buddy Beltz 1 00 Jess Leper 1.00 Paul Matthews 1.00 Everett Carter 11.00 Debbie Mitchell 3.00 Joyce Gass 5.00 Jim Garris 1.00 Arthur Forehand 1.00 Judith Hill 1.00 Fred Riddle 1.00 John Fry 5.00 Louise Hamburger 1.0.0 Frank McGinnis 1.00 Willis Richard 1.00 Ricky Copeland 1.00 Geneva William 2.00 Wilma Hasting 1.00 James Barksdale 1.00 Mark Halkey 1.00 Toots Beggerstaff 1.00 Byron Vance 3.00 Glendrige Grocery 1.00 Ruth Howell 1.00 Loren Osborn 1.00 Bill Taylor 1.00 Bud Wilkerson 1.00 Felix Owen 1.00 Lillian Martin 1.00 Enoch Stanevich 1.00 Ward Phillips 1.00 John Simmons 1.00 Al Raubach 1.00 Mrs. B. Summers 1.00 John Spontak 1.00 Frankie Gregg 1.00 Rufas Chaney 1.00 Jess Leeper 2.00 Clyde Blythe 5.00 Louise Melton - 2.00 Geneva Schroll 1.00 Jim Summers 1.00 David Lamply -• 1.00 Robert Webb 100 Danny Irwin 1-00 Jim McLaren 1.00 Bill Nicholson — 100 Jim Knapper 1.00 Bill Reed 100 Wiley Hopson 1.00 Donald O'Guin 1.00 Carl Groves 3.00 Jerry Harper 1.00 Mildred Huffer 10.00 Jam Blue 5.00 Troy Russell 1.00 Gene Blades ••- 1.00. Jim Omahandro 1.00 Fred Falimer 1.00 Barbara Morgan — 15.00 Dean Matheny 1.00 Dale Duncan - 5.00 Shelia Bloodworm 1.00 Richard Minor . x.. 10.00 Janice Meneese 1.00 Carolyn Mocoby 1.00 Richard Mitchell 1.00 Ivy's Gro. -- 1.00 James Stephens 1.00 Stanley Rohen 1.00 Wanda Kembeslin 1.00 Harold Rodgers 1.00 Marvin Schevitmen 1.00 David Brooks 1.00 Ruby Kruger „... 5.00 Bob Phillips 1,00 Robert Biggins 10.00 Alvin Beasley 1.00 Paul Knalth 1.00 Jack Johnson 2.00 James Stephen «.... 1.00 Archie English 2.00 Oran Sauders 2.00 Howard Hall 1.00 Walter Horn - 1.00 Missouri Morse 5.00 Mermit Store 2.00 Jim Dunning 5.00 Allan Johnson 1.00 Melfred Kruger 1.00 Russell Burns — 1.00 Delores Kelt 4.00 Tim Monagan 1.00 Dave Ross 1.00 Teff Hilliard 1.00 Russ Jose 1.00 Tim Monoghan 1.00 Brenda Epplin 80.00 Opal Hill 1.00 Marge Kinman 6.00 George Holland 1.00 Your Next Bottle Of Pepsi-Cola Or Diet Pepsi-Cola Could Be Worth $500 "Pepsi-Cola" and "Pepsi" are Registered Trademarks of PepsiCo., Inc. Bottled By Marion Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Marion, Illinois Under Appointment From Pepsi Co., Inc. New York, N,Y.

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