Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 9, 1969 · Page 13
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, January 9, 1969
Page 13
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 196» THE REGlS> r iJh.R-iNisiVV!S — MT. Vi<K.SO>N. Ji^LiiNOiS o— H Ogilvie Names Cellini Public Works Director CHICAGO (AP) — Governor- elect Richard B. Ogilvie announced today the appointment of directors of three major state departments to serve during his administration. William F. Cellini, 34. a member of the Springfield City Council, was named director of Public Works and Building. The other appointments were those of John W. Mc Carter Jr., 30, of Evanston, to be director j of Finance, and Jnmes Baylor, 45, of Wilmette, Director of Insurance. Mc Carter currently is a vice president of the Booz, Allen and Hamilton, Inc., a management consulting firm. Baylor is assistant director of the American Bar Association's Traffic Court pi-ogram. Cellini was a downstatc campaign coordinator for Ogilvie during the election campaign. Mc Carter and Baylor have not been active in politics. The appointments are subject to confirmation by the Illinois Senate. Cellini, serving his second term in the Springfield City j Council, is Commissioner of; Streets and Public Improvements in Springfield. He formerly was a member of the Sangamon County Board, and taught! in the Nir.ntic-Harristown Com-' munity High School. I In 19(55, he was one of the j Jaycecs r "Outstanding Young ' Men of America." Mc Carter was one of 16 White, House Fellows selected from 1,-1 000 applicants and served as special assistant to Charles Schultz, director of the Bureau of the Budget, from 1966 to 1967. He now directs his firm's public administration assignments in a 17-state region, and has been involved in programs for the hard-core unemployed in 20 cities. Mc Cnrter is a graduate of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs of Princeton University, attended the London School of Economics, and earned a master's degree in Business administration from Harvard Business School. Baylor is a graduate of the University of Nebraska and the University of Michiagn Law School. He has been active in the International Association of Insurance Counsel, and is a founder and secretary of the Illinois Defense Counsel, an association of attorneys. Ogilvie also announced the appointment of an additional member of his transition task force, and a new director of the Illinois Information service. Dr. Frank J. Smith ,41, of Arlington Heights, director of attitude surveys for Sears Rocbuck and Co., was named a task force member to study the Illinois Commerce Commission. John O. Mongoven, 30, of Deerfield, former executive director of the Pioneer Newspapers, Inc., will head the state's information agency. He is a graduate of Quincy College and attended De Paul University's law school. ASHLEY Mr. and Mrs. Stanley V/isnew-i ski Sr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Ed -j ward Czajkovvski spent Friday evening with Mr. and . Mrs. I George McNail. Mr. and Mrs. James Green spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Asa Barnett of Scheller. Miss Alberta Sinsel and Mrs. Roy Coultas spent the weekend in St. Louis with Mr. and i Mrs. Mike Naster. David Riddle of Mt. Vemcni spent the weekend with his grandmother Mrs. Pearl Riddle, i Mr. and Mrs. Gary Braswell of' East St. Louis were guests for the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Braswell. Mrs. Braswell remained for a longer stay due to sickness. Glen Riddle of Mt. Vernon visited his mother Pearl Riddle Sunday and accompanied his son David back home. Mrs. Eddy Kemper of Nashville visited Mrs. Lillie Green Sunday afternoon. Miss Georgia Fiesler and sister Miss Mary Jo Green of St. Ann, Mo., and Miss Fiesler's friend Mr. Dale Hackman of Hopldn, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Greise and daughter Debby and Janice, Mrs. Vernie Hoffman, Mrs. Mamie all of St. Louis, Mrs. Stanley Wisniewski' and children Linda and Don, Mr. and Mrs. George McNail enjoyed Sunday in Hazelwood, Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. Billy McNail and children, Perry'. Angela, and Sandy. Len Panzier Jr. of Waltonville spent New Year's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Czerwinski. Mr. and Mrs. John Wiesbeeker and Mr. and Mrs. Carwiri Eubanks and Tyler of Mt. Vernon spent New Year's Day with Mr. David R. Green. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ferguson of Boston, Mass., are visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Ferguson in Ashley and her parents in Mt. Vemon. A roast turkey dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Nadolski, daughter Cheryl and sons Edward and Gerard, Sunday evening at their home in honor of Mrs. Nadolski and daughter Cheryl's birthday at Ashley. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schindelar, Mrs. Rose Nadolski, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Sodka, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Briesacher and sons Dennis and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fortag and son Michael, Paul Sodka all of Ash­ ley, Miss Shelby Kramer of Centralia, and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Rynski and sons of Flor- risant, Mo. Mrs. Nettie Martin of Ashley gave her daughter Mrs. Betty Graham of Centralia a surprise dinner at her home here Sunday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Croa.ii and children. Debby and David, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Martin, son Micky, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Martin and daughter Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and children, Sherry, Kevin and Dedra, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grisharn, children Mike, Cindy and Annette, all of Centralia. . . . Reva Coultas, Cor. THFSP SHIPS MADE NEWS in 1968. Without rending on. can you identify them and the stories with which they were connected? Here are the THEbfc Mill's MAUL, "una in T " lpft the Christina, honeymoon vacht for Jacqueline and Aristotle Onassis; top right, the ^^S^S ^V ^^JS ^SyUay, on which Sir Alec Rose sailed solo around the worlds and the Scorpion, nuclear-powered L .h. submarine w" ' \ s lost at sea with a crew of 99. NEWS BRIEF LOS ANGELES (AP) Rep. AJphonzo Bell, R-Calif., who won re-election to a fifth term in November, is the ninth and kites i candidate to announce for mtiyor of Los Angeles. Mayor , , ! ^ _ _ ... . . and Education and Labor com- Saru Yorty said last week lie as Rces, D-Calif., is reported mJt , ( , cs would seek a third four-year' considering a try. term. ! EeU. 54. * s a member of the Another congressman, Thorn-'House Science and astronautics Average weight of a Brown Swiss cow is 1,400 pounds. DRIVE OUT STOP, PARK SHOP tr SAVE PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE '"Mr:- BIG ENOUGH io nm you i 1500 N. SALEM RD. PH. 244 1807 OR 244-1808 BACON Always Good A-G Brand Choice Sweet Smoked Thin Sliced 1 Lb. Pkq, 49' GIVE ATTENTION TAXPAYERS OF INA BONNIE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 8 The School Bond and Rent Proposal for our school district will require UNBEARABLE taxes. On the basis of present assessments, this proposal will cause a TAX INCREASE of $1.25 per hundred dollar valuation, and will mean TOTAL TAXES of $2.55 per hundred dollar assessment, for grade schools only. EXAMPLE: Value of TAX property INCREASE $5,000.00 $62.50 per year COMPARISONS: School District Field TOTAL TAXES (grade school only) $127.50 per year Tax rate last year $1.06 Opdyke $1.61 Mt. Vernon $1.62 Rome $1.84 INA — PROPOSED $2.55 THIS MEANS THE HIGHEST SCHOOL TAXES IN JEFFERSON COUNTY! The cost of repairing: the present facilities to meet the requirements of the Illinois Life Safety Code is estimated to be $15,660.00. The district now receives $6,000.00 per year rent for the old Bonnie School. This should pay for the necessary repairs, within the three years allowed. Everyone wants good schools. However, this tax burden will be unreasonable and unbearable. We urge you, VOTE [xl NO ON THE BOND AND RUNT PROPOSALS. Clyde Droll And A Group Of Taxpayers (Pd.. Adv.) FRYERS U.S. Choice Grade Fresh Dressed Cut- Up Skillet Read/ Lb. 33' . HAM SALAD or PIMENTO CHEESE SPREAD Borden's Kitchen Fresh Home Made 2-15-Oz Ctns 99' PORK STEAKS Choice Extra Lean Cut To Order 2 Lbs. 99' MINUTE STEAKS Or Round Steaks Tenderized Choice Lean Juicy Tender Fresh Made All Meat No Waste 1 Lb. 79' GROUND BEEF Choice Lean Fresh Ground Round And Chuck Beef 1 Lb. 65' 2 Lbs. I 23 TRY IT — NONF. BETTER A-G Shurfresh Oven Crispy 4 In 1 Pack 1 Lb. Box 2Y MILK Fresh Grade A Homogenized Dairy Brand 2% Or Sealtest Vita-Lure Vi Gals. 2 For 89' OLEO A-G Brand Fresh Made Colored Quarters I Lb, 19' 2LL35' Food King 'Prints 2 Lbs. 31' TALL BISCUITS A-G Shurfresh Oven Ready 3 Tall Cans 25' BACON Emge's Choice Lean Mild Cure Thin Sliced Or Ranch Brand Thick Sliced 2 Lbs, $119 BAR-BE-QUE SANDWICHES—BORDEN'S LEAN PORK SERVED FIFING HOT ON LARGE WONDER BUNS ALL DAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. BAR-BE-QUE 18-0z. On. 95' Borden's Genuine Hickory Smoked Fully Cooked Chopped Or Lean Pork Slices In Sauce All Popular King Size Or Regular 1 Package 30' 1 Carton $ 2.86 POTATOES U.S. Choice Grade Washed Clean Reds 10 Lb. Bag 49' COFFEE Folger's Choice Tasty Mountain Grown—All Grinds 2-1 Lb Tins $139 A-G Brand Coffee Rich & Tasty 1 Lb. Tin 63' BUNS Wonder Oven Fresh 8 In Pkg. 27' ICE CREAM Borden's Rich Wholesome Fresh Made Vanilla 1 Gal Ctn, $1.05 WIENERS Mayrose Fresh Made Pure All Meat 2 Cello Pkgs. 79' SAUSAGE Choice Extra Lean Pure Pork Fresh Ground And Seasoned Just Right 1 Lb. 49' 2 Lbs, 95 LARD Emge's Fresh Rendered Pure White Shortening 2 Lb, Ctn 27' BOLOGNA Du Quoin Blue Bell Pure All Meat Fresh Made And Sliced 2 Lbs. $1.19 GREEN BEANS A-G Brand Like Fresh (Cut) 4-303 Cans 69' Marshmallows Campfire Soft Fluffy 1 Lb. Bag 23' SUGAR C&H Pure Cane Fine Granulated 5 Lb Sealed Bag 59' Powdered Or Brown (Light Or Dark) 2-1 Lb. Pkgs 29' 5HURFINE COLA AND ASSORTED FLAVORS 6-12 Oz Cms 59' MILNOT Use As Milk Or Cream It Whips 3 Tall Cans 38' POT PIES Morton Choice Beef, Chicken And Turkey — Frozen 3 For 57' TUNA Starkist or Del Monte Choice Chunk Style Light Meat 2-6 T /2 -(h. Cans 59' FLOUR A-G Choice Fresh Milled All Purpose Hardwheat 5 Lb. Bag 49' TOMATO JUICE A-G Rich Red Tasty 2-46-Oz Cans 59' SPINACH A-G Choice California Leaf 2-303 Cans 29' JELLY Musselman's Choice Like Fresh Homemade Assorted Flavors 18 Oz. Tumbler 31 CORN A-G Like Fresh Golden Whole Kernel 4-303 Cans 69'

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