Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 15, 1969 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. 19J9 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 3—A Annual Meeting January 27 Soil, Water District To Name 2 Directors O'Brien Advises Democrats: Look Jo The Suburbs W • WASHINGTON (AP)—Master tactician Lawrence F. O'Brien is leaving the political arena for bankers' hours with this word of advice to his fellow Democrats: Look to the suburbs. That's 1 where the Democrats are. O'Brien, who guided the campaigns of three Democratic presidential candidates, resigned as national party chairman last week to become presi- i dent of a banking investment firm in New York. He gave his parting advice today in remarks prepared for the Democratic National Committee, which convened to name his successor. Sen. Fred Harris, D-Okla„ backed by Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, was named to get the job which will entail cleaning up a campaign deficit estimated at between $9 million and $12 million and rebuilding the party, in O'Brien's words, "from the bottom up." O'Brien was a charter member of John F. Kennedy's "Irish Mafia," which ran his successful presidential campaign and provided his closest advisors in i the White House. He ran Presi- I dent Johnson's campaign in 1964 and later became postmaster general. He resigned that job in 1963 to manage the presidential campaign of Sen. Robert Kennedy. When Sen. Kennedy was assassinated after a surprising primary victory in California, O'Brien joined Humphrey's campaign, helping to steer it to near-victory. O'Brien told the committee the Democratic party must be bt'ilt "once again into a service organization." To do it, he said, new sources of support must be found. "We will not survive as a party it we just rely on the old political organizations, the old alliances, the old allegiances. My advise is: Look to the suburbs; [ that's where many of our Demo- I erats have gone. Look to the growing problems of suburban sprawl and suburban blight; that's what so many of our Democrats are concerned about." ^fte Massachusetts politician H]lS*r urged the committee to "embark upon an in-depth research project to develop a proposal for financing presidential elections with federal funds. John Kiefer, chairman of the Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation District today announced that the district is to elect two directors at the annual meeting to be held January 27th at 6:30 p.m. at the Field consolidated school. The terms of James R. Baker, Route 4, Mt. Vemon, Dodds township and Ronald! Shafer, Rt. 1, Texico, Farrington township expire. Directors of the district are elected for a two year term. Kiefer, a resident of Belle Rive is chairman of the nominating committee. Other members are Art Buesking, manager of the Mt. Vernon Federal Land Bank Association and Forrest Stewart of Texico, a farmer and director of Rend Lake Junior College. Holdover members of the Jefferson County Soil and Water Conservation board of directors are Reuben Moore, Woodlawn; Stanley Borowiak, Jr. Waltonville and John Kiefer, Belle Rive. All land owners or operators in the district are elgible to serve on the board of directors and anyone interested in serving their Soil and Water Conservation District is encouraged to contact a member of the nominating committee and make their availability known. Social Workers Shun Jobs On "Shapiro Day Transfusion Saves Cat 3LACKB0URT0N. England (AP)—Pedigree is all very well .mtil something goes wrong with th'» blue blood. Then, as usual, it is the good red blood o[ the workers that is needed to put 1'lings right. Take the case of Gigi, a superior Siamese cat which lives with the Shaw family in this rural Oxfoi'dshire village. She was dying of a rare blood disease and the fact that she was something of an aristocrat was not :n:ich help. Along came Cuddles, a home- leys stray being looked after by a cat lover, Betty Munford, who already had 40 strays in her home. Cuddles is a democrat, not the least concerned that Gigi was born on the other side of the tracks. Cuddles gave Gigi two transfusions of good red blood and saved her life. Miss Munford is now seeing if Cuddles qualifies for an award. "Other animals get awards for saving lives," she said. "But Cuddles' best reward would be for someone to give him a loving home." LAND AND SEARCH — U.S. Marines jump from hovering helicopter and head for cover on a barren hilltop southwest of Da Nang during search for North Vietnamese forces. Loss of Cattle Ten per sent of all the cattle in the United States die from an­ imal diseases every year, an annual cost conservatively estimated by veterinarians at $2 million. Golden eagles have eyesight eight times keener than that of man. Badman Caught On Alias Used In Flight School LONG BEACH: Calif. (AP) Two escaped convicts from Missouri have been captured 1 here and are being held under $20,000 bond each, the FBI said Tuesday. Patrick Kane, 43, who was to have been added to the FBI's \ most wanted list Wednesday; and Dale Wilson, 24. were captured minutes apart as they attempted' to leave their home, agents said. Kane was taken as he got into his car. Wilson was arrested on his way to a liquor store. Not one shot was fired, although several were located later in the home, agents said. The FBI said the pair escaped last Nov. 14 by overpowering guards at Warrington, Mo. as they wore being transferred from Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary to St. Louis, Mo. The reportedly took the guards' money and car and in- varied the home of a Bridgeton, Mo., couple and child whom they held hostage overnight. They next held a honeymooning couple in a motel room and assaulted the wife, nccordig to Long Beach Police Sgt. Don Shea. Six days later the escapees allegedly held up the first state bank of St. Charles, Mo., fleeing with 555,472. Alx>ut three weeks ago, a man using the identification of Bernie Pollite, enrolled as a student, at Aircraft Associates Flying Service at Long Beach Airport. Soon afterward, Sgt. Don Shea, a part - time instructor with the flying service received! an FBI bulletin which listed "Pollite" as one of Kane's aliases. He contacted the FBI which located the pair. HUMOR SHOULD KNOW A little tot in church for the first time watched the ushers pass the collection plates. When they neared his pew, the little fellow piped up so that all the congregaton could hear, "Don't pay for me, Daddy, I'm under five." +&JJK*IETGEORGEDO IT*- ^ - burSin RADIO AND TELEVISION SALES AND SERVICE SPORTING GOODS Your Motorola Dealer Phone 242-2323 ....CHICAGO (AP) - More than half of the state's psychiatric social workers boycotted their jobs at Illinois mental institutions oMnday and leaders of the drive said the one-day strikes will continue until the workers get the pay boosts promised them. A spokesman for the Concerned Social Workers, which called the every-Monday .boycott, said an estimated 375 of the 722 employed by the Illinois Department of Mental Health stayed home Monday. The boycott, termed a "Sam Shapiro Day," was called because the social workers claim Shapiro, who stepped down as Illinois governor Monday, reneged on a promise of pay xaises. Baker Heads Sub Region Stephen D. Baker, 2901 Apple, has been named! to a sub- regional manager in Illinois for Combined Insurance Company of America. Baker joined Combined's sales force in 1965 after completing the Sales Training School at Combined's International headquarters in Chicago. Combined is the parent to three subsidiaries: C o mbined American Insurance Company, Dallas, Tex.; Hearthstone Insurance Company of Massachusetts, Boston; and First National Casualty Company, Fond du Lac, Wis. The Combined group writes accident, health and life insurance. 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WELDERS Must be able to read and interpret manufacturing process sheets, drawings, and blueprints; lay out objects, parts and sub-assemblies to be fabricated by welding. Set up and operate oxy-acetylene and electric arc welding equipment and perform all position welding. Requires a high school education or equivalent with vocational school training or previous experience. 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