Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 16, 1969 · Page 13
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. 1&60 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. TLLTNOT5 Smith Names House Committee Members „ . ^.i -jfaafcx FIFTH GRADERS PROTEST—The class of Mrs. Marilee Scliroeder protests her selling penny stamps to be affixed to each assignment. The class is studying, naturally, The Stamp Act. (AP Wirephoto) Horoscope Forecast Friday: The morning finds many delays in your path but later you are able to wind up whatever, has been left undone. Set in motion some new undertaking shortly that will be less conventional and conservative. Have more spark and zip. Solve details. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Those in authoritative position do not seem to conceded to your wishes today, so move into civic work for the time being. Once your business is taken care of, go after personal ambitions. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Although handling responsibilities seems difficult, persevere and you gain some surprising and happy results. A partner -o- -o- -o- who expects too much should be avoided. MOON "CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Let tilings work themselves out with others, but stay on the sidelines and avoid arguments. Show generosity and be charitable. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Complete all necessary work so that you finish project that has just been creeping along. Be conscientious and persevering. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Compliment your associates who are most deserving right now. Or buy some nice gift they will, appreciate. Get to the beauty or barber shop early. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22)' WEEKEND SPECIAL FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JAN. 17—-18 WE HAVE MILK AVAILABLE IN PLASTIC CARTONS Farm Fresh — 16-Oz. Ctn. COTTAGE CHEESE 27* Borden's — Assorted Flavors ICE CREAM I W-Gal DAIRY STORES 110 No. 3rd — 1702 So. 10th Open Open 12:00-6:00 P.M. 11:00 - 6:00 P.M. Mr, Vernon, III. -O- -0- -o- First be sure to handle those chores for kin before you go out for pleasure. It is not only right but your duty. Be on the right side of parnters. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Routine matters don't pan out very well during A. M. but later all speeds up to your satisfaction. Make sure you go over your bills for an possible errors. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Take care of your bookkeeping early so you know your true monetary position. Making improvements to- real estate is now relatively easy. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Although you are very much socially minded, you had better be scrupulous about promises you made. You need medical treatment; be sure to take it during spare time. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) You think there are too many limiting situations around you, but you can gain right benefits soon, if you are patient. Give a helping hand to someone less fortunate than you. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) You cannot seem to gain your goals now. You must lend others a helping hand if you want things to pick up. Plan your future wisely. People in The News LONDON (AP) — • Canada's Prime Minister Pierre' Elliott Trudeau escorted attractive actress Jennifer Hale to a performance of the play "Hadrian VH" at the tiny Mermaid theater Tuesday night. Trudeau, the most eligible bachelor attending the Commonwealth Conference in London, went backstage afterwards to meet the star of the show, Canadian actor Douglas Rain. Then the 47-year-old premier and Miss Hale joined the Mermaid's founder, Bernard 1 Miles, for drinks in the theater restaurant overlooking the River Thames. During the London conference, Trudeau has lunched privately with Queen Elizabeth II and gone dining and dancing with society girls. SPRINGFIELD, HI. (AP) Illinois House Speaker Ralph T. Smith Tuesday named Rep. Arthur Simmons of Skokie chairman of the Executive Committee and Rep. Richard A. Walsh of Oak Park as head of the Appropriations Committee. Smith appointed 10 new chairmen, all Republicans. The GOP controls the House. Walsh was named to succeed John Parkhurst of Peoria* on the powerful . Appropriations Committee. Parkhurst has re'tir- ed from the Illinois Legislature. Simmons replaced Rep. Wil- lir.m Walsh of La Grange Park, who moved up to assistant majority leader. A veteran woman member, Rep. Frances Dawson of Evanston, was appointed chairman of -o- -o- -o- education. She succeeds Rep. Charles W. CJabaugh of Champaign, who asked to bo relieved. Clabaugh is interested in becoming chairman of the Illinois School Problems Commission. Smith announced the creation of a committee to handle bills relating. to preparations for the coming state Constitutional Convention, and appointed Rep. Alan R. Johnston of Kenilworth was chairman. Johnston's committee will screen bills dealing with mechanics of the convention, including proposals for electing delegates on a partisan or nonpartisan basis and whether legislators can run for the delegate posts. Other new chairmen appoint- -o- -o- -o- -o- -o- ed by Smith included: Banks and savipgs and loan associations - Rep. Walter "Abe" McAvoy, Chicago. Conservation and water rcsourccs- Rcp. Ben C. Blades. Fairfield. County and townships affairs- Rep. Don A. Moore, Midlothian. High education — Rep. George M. Burditt, LaGrango. Highways - Rep. Charles M. Campbell, Danville. Committee chairmen who were retained included: Reps. Carl T. Hunsicker. Pon- liac, agriculture; J. David Jones, Springfield, contingent expenses; Lewis V. Morgan Jn, Wheaton. elections; Hclmtitt W. Stolle, Chicago, enrolling of bills. J. Horace Gardner. Chicago. public welfare; John F. Wall, Chicago, registartion and education; Paul J. Randolph, Chicago, revenue; W. Robert Blair, Park Forest, veterans affairs, personnel and pensions; and Speaker Smith, rules chairman. HUMOR TROUBLES The head waiter of a swank restaurant approached a soli- try customer with the following: "Sir. I have calves liver, braised ribs, chicken hearts and pigs feet." To which the customer replied: "Don't tell me your troubles, just give me a glass of beer and a ham sandwich." "Flying- Shuttle" Contrary to widespread belief, it was not the invention of the steam engine which led to the industrial revolution, but the "flying shuttle," a mechanical device for the weaving and spinning of cotton goods, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. January ft OF QUALITY F10RSHEIM & JARMAN SHOES SAVE! 120 S. 9th Huge selections from our stock of these famous $12.95 to $29.95 styles. Priced to save up to 1/3 or more.'Quality Shoes at a reduced price. You save more. FLORSHEIM $16.80 $19.80 $22.80 JARMAN $9.80 $11.80 $13.80 . Mt. V#rnen, III. the fun place \lo shop. PARK PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Mt. Vernon, Illinois Open Mon. Thru Sat. 9:30 A.M. To 9:00 P.M. Plenty Of Free Parking TORNADO BOWLING BALL 22.95 valu. Hard rubber in 10,12,1.3,14,15,16 lb. weights. Drilled to your specifications. Black. 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