Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 8, 1969 · Page 15
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1969 Nixon Plans j Annenberg Ambassador To Britain? By FRANK CORMIER Associated Press Writer NEW YORK (AP) — President-elect Nixon is expected to name millionaire publisher Walter Annenberg to be ambassador to Britain, one of the major diplomatic assignments. Nixon aides, in keeping with their usual practice, declined to comment publicly on the matter. However one said he did! not anticipate announcement of any ambassadorial nominations until after Nixon is inaugurated Jan. 20. There was no comment, either, on speculation that former Sen. Kenneth Keating, a New York Republican who is now a state judge, might be nominated as ambassador to Israel, Annenberg is owner and publisher of the Philadelphia Inquirer and a number of other publications. David K. E. Bruce has been ambassador to Britain for nearly eight years—since the start of the Kennedy administration. Now 70, Bruce is considered the dean of American diplomats. The London post usually is given to men of great wealth, because the expense of maintaining the embassy's social standards far exceed available federal funds. Nixon had no announced-in- advance appointments for today but planned to spend most of his time in his office at the Hotel Pierre. In brisk weather Monday evening, Nixon walked after dark along Fifth Avenue to his apartment, unrecognized by mist of the hundreds of passersby. He paused to inspect the display windows of one department store that featured full length paintings of Nixon and other prominent Republicans, each flanked by a suggested inaugural-ball gown. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Monday that Nixon is considering former Rep. Thomas B. Curtis, a Missouri Republican, as chief U.S. trade nego-, tiator, a job that carries ambas-' sadorial rank. Curtis was one of, the congressional negotiators' during Kennedy-round tariff talks in Geneva. Til*: IlECJISTKR-NKVVS — AIT. VERNON. ILLINOIS 7— B Park Avenue Rat Colony NEW YORK (AP) — A colony of rats apparently is entrenched on the center strip of fashionable Park Avenue between 58th and 59th Streets. Buildings on the block house expensive apartment dwellings and hotels. After residents reported seeing more than 100 of the rodents foraging in trash cans and tunneling into the grassy avenue divider, Health Department workers scattered rat poison in the area. The Penn Central Railroad has been asked to search its tunnel under the paving for possible nesting sites. One woman living in the area commented Sunday: "The idea of rats crawling around on children in the ghetto really hits home when you see them on ' Park Avenue." I The autobahn in Germany is 1 the 110-mile sup-rhtehway' linking West Germany, with West Berlin. I 'Tf /s. GIVE TU UNITED CEREBRAL B PALSY Y fy v apsti0. piillP • e.ephones Australia, England Call Spans Two-Thirds Of Globe, Two Seasons GOING SOUTH for (lie winter, but it won't be warm. Carrying a 40-member ant­ arctic expedition team, the icebreaker Fuji makes her way out of Tokyo harbor on a mission that is expected to open an epoch in Japans antarctic research. The 7,760- ton ship is scheduled to remain near the South Pole until April. ROCKFORD, 111. (AP) "/hen Ronald Scattergood telephoned his mother and brother from Rockford Sunday the call i.jsiantly spanned two-thirds of the globe, two seasons and most of a day. {• cattergood completed a tnrcc-way conference call with nis mother, Mrs. Hilda Scatter- yt'Od of Notttingham, England, and his brother, Frank of kx answered. "Good evening," his brother c'imed in. It was 7:10 a.m. in Rockford, 8"» miles west of Chicago; 1:10 p in. in England; 11:10 in Australia. The winter temperature hov- cvfil near zero outside Scatter- feood's home, his mother said [i- was cold and rainy in Engird, but in Australia, whei-e Oonulla, a suburb of Sydney, | u is e arly summer, Frank said ••••'Mralia. \ L W as a balmy 72. "Good morning," Scattergood ; "The connection was beauti- s'lid. j fully clear," Scattergood said. "Good afternoon," his moth-! Scattergood said his brother look the call at a pay telephone at the Sydney Airport where he works as a mechanic for Qartas Airways. "He let me listen to the ocean," Scattergood said. The family talked for 32 min- ui<-.s, he said. The cost—$140.91 including tax. Scattergood, 40, is a bachelor and works as a salesman for a foreign car dealer in Rockford. He has been in the United States 11 years, he said. The globe spanning call was ihe fourth he has made to link his family. Each was made as civise to the Christmas-New fours holiday as possible. Scattergood said he started the effort to complete this call January 1. )low do you arrange a call of this sort, he was asked. ' "I just dial zero," he said* A supervisor at the Illinois Bell Telephone Co. office in Chi- '.i;fo said the call starts with t!.e conference call operator who deals with overseas operators in White Plains, N.Y., and Oakland, Calif. t The call usually is relayed i ai -i 'oss the oceans by communi- jcat'ons satellites, the-telephone | .supervisor said. ' DECISION VS. OPINION • In the U.S. Supreme Court, a decision is readied by secret vote of the justices and the chief justice then assigns a justice the task of writing the opinion* in the case.. An opinion is the 1 statement of the reasoning by which the court fortifies its 'tje* nision. _i LOW PRICES loqe 100 Extra Top Value Stamps with purchase of 3-lb. package Or larger Ground Beef, Ground Round or Ground Chuck No Coupon Necessary Copyright 1969 The Kroger Co. Mayrose Whole Boneless Ham Half Ham lb. $1.05 Mayrose, Hunter or Krey 5-7 lb. avg. Select Shank Portion Fully •• Cooked ...... 4-6 lb. avg. Lb. 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