Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 17, 1969 · Page 14
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1969 APOLLO 8 HEROES WELCOMED BY DOWN TO EARTH TWN—•Chieugoans put on welcome celebration in LaSsvlle street, heart of Hie business district Tuesday lor Apollo 8 crewmen. From left. Navy Cant. James Lovell Jr., waving; Air Force Col. Frank Borman, and Air Force Lt. Col. William Anders. (AP Wirephoto) Horoscope Forecast Saturday: A clay to make sine you study during I he daytime whatever modern ideas, conditions or inventions are available Hint cam make your lite more efficient and comfortable. The evening brings possibility of 'ome argument or disagreement -t,.iless yon avoid such carefully. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) If leal clay to confer with good friends and learn what should be clone so that your lives are more successful. Engage in social acfivites Ihat bring fine results for all. TAURUS (Apr. L'U to May 20) Impress executives today thai: you are an A-l chizen and listen to their advice. Find inventive gadgets Ihat make daily operations easier. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21i Many new things crop up today, but you had belter study well before accepting- See if they fit: into your schecm of things. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 1o July 21) This is a good day 1o give attenlion to difficult duties associates expect you will handle precisely. Once these are completed, be happy with loved ' one. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Contact associates and make new: and better arrangements for 1he i further expansion you want. A ; difficult: ally will now be reasonable where it has been impossible before. j VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Many chores need completion now but you must use more up-to-dale system lo do them well. Don't forget treatments that improve your health. Stop fighting some ailment. LIBRA (Sopl. 2M to OH If you contact congenials. find Ihis can be a mos1 light (ul day for recreation, have every opportunity to 221 you cle- You be romantic with loved one tonight. SCORPIO (Oct. 2.'! to Nov. 21) Be honest with your family a- boul. ideas and reach a fine understanding for mutual benefits. Rid yourself of that obstacle that has kept you from having harmony. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 1o Dec. 211 Contact regular allies and plan recreation for a change. Bring your family along and make it a very delightful, happy time for all. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 201 If you are more modern in you)' methods, you can clear up that monetary matter nicely. Be skillful and accurate. Follow intuition if you warn, to make a business allv happy and pleased. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 lo Feb. 19) Consider your own welfare today and what you can do to ameliorale it, both in business and personal life. Spend lime socially for good -results. PISCES (Feb. 21) to Mai-. 20) 'Ask Death For I Mounds Killers | MOUND CITY, III., (API — ! The state has called 33 wilness- j es in the- trial of two Chicago j teen-agers charged with the j slaying of a 22-year-old Mounds i woman. 1 Trial for I he Sept. 8 murder : of Mrs. Donna Coonro'd began ) Monday. Slate's Ally. Byron L. Connell said he expected to call about 75 persons in all. He has asked the death penalty in the case. Indicted for Hie murder by a Pulaski County Grand Jury were Stephen J. Tillman and Earl Minis, both 18. The pair also was indicled for attempted murder in the shooting of the slain woman's husband, Ray. Two other Chicago youths, currently serving prison terms on other charges, testiifed Wednesday they were in Mounds with Tillman and Mims ! Sept. (S but Ihat they slept in a car most of the time. ATTENTION ALL ELKS BIG FREE DANCE Saturday, January 18 Music By: V. J. Band Dancing From 9:30 Til 12:30 Serving From Regular Dinner Menu ELK'S CLUB Quick Quiz Q -- Who are America's first husband-and-wife ambassadorial team? A -- Ellsworlh Bunker, ambassador lo Vietnam; Mrs. ! Bunker (Miss Carol C. Laise,) '. ambassador to Nepal. ! Some strange matters are dan- i gling. so get: those able persons j you know to help you. You need j a more modern angle to wisely : map out the future. JOE MARTIN INSURANCE AGENCY Service Is The Keynote of Our Business JII0 iHiiiu Office Phone 211-2800 Auto Home Fire Business "SPECIAL" Another Service To You . . . Our Customer We Have Just Finished A Year Of Keeping A COMPLETE RECORD Of Our CUSTOMERS Prescriptions. This Will Give You A Complete Record For Your— Income Tax Report And Any Insurance Returns Please Come In and Pick Up Your Personal Record FREE 1969 ALMANAC Use Our ^^^^^^jjjjjj^^^^^^^^^^^^ Prescriptions For Purposes 1 PKIViiJN LBJ Would Enlarge Social Security By JOHX CUNN1FF AP Business Analyst NEW YORK (API — One of the most persistent concerns of Lyndon B. Johnson has been his insistence on bigger and broader Social Security. Twice he has enlarged the program. Now he wants to do so again. In addition he has added med­ icare and seeks to broaden that 1oo. In all. 24 million Americans now receive benefits from Social Security. Seventy eight million workers are covered by the program: and 20 million elderly are eligible for medicare. Federal Social Security still is attacked. Some individuals, for example, consider it mismanaged, a bad investment, even a cause of inflation. But even these opponents recognize the need for financial security for the elderly. A great change has developed in America, and one of its clearest consequences has been that families today are often less able to care for their elderly members. America has become essentially urban rather than rural. On the farm it: was not umcom- mon for three generations to live together and, in fact, continue working together. In the city it is more difficult to do so. City homes generally are much smaller than farm homes, a matter of economic necessity in most instances. There is little room for parents and grandpar- -o- -o- -o- ents, especially in city apartments. Another factor is mobility America today is a mobile society. Young, active workers often accept six or eight transfers before settling down permanently. Parenls can hardly travel along with them. As these trends developed ,so did another: longevity. There are more elderly persons than ever before. And since many families are less able to take care of them, financial independence becomes a necessity. Lyndon Johnson's success in broadening the Social Security program, therefore, results not solely from numbers cove"red— which often are votes as well- but from the pressure of social changes that are transforming 1he nation. This much is recognized also in the rapid development of private pension plans, generally financed from payroll deductions, which pay close to $5 billion a year to 4 million retired em­ ployes, and whose assets now total $114 billion. As some parties view the retirement situation there is an inevitable battle developing between federal and private plans. As Socifil Security expands, they feel, private plans may be squeezed out of existence. Others feel the two can live side by side. They note that, government expenditures for Social Security are a much larg- -o- -o- -tier percentage of the gross national product in other countries. In the United States the percentage is between 6 and 7, -o- -o- -o- compared with figures in recent years of 10 to 16 per cent in countries such as Norway, Sweden. Germany, Britain and The Netherlands. Attack Rule Denying Car Fee To Banks Chicago Airport Copter Service SPRINGFIELD, 111.. (AP) -The Illinois Commerce Commission has approved a shuttle helicopter service between the three airports in Chicago. The ICC granted Helciopter Air Services, Inc., permission Wednesday to operate a passenger shuttle service between O'Hare International Airport, Midway Airport and Meigs Field. The service will start by May 31. The service initially will be between O'Hare and Midway. The trip from lift-off to landing will take 11 minutes and the charge will be, $10 a trip. Four round trips daily are planned between O'Hare and Midway, with one trip to Meigs. Capacity of the helicopters will range from 2 to 12 persons per plane. SPRINGFIELD. 111. (AP) — plans to appeal a Ch-euit Court ruing that banks cannot charge a fee for handling renewals of Illinois molor vehicle license plates. Judge Paul Verticchio held last week in Springfield that banks could process license applications but could not charge a service fee as most of then, do. Powell' office said he will appeal that part oi' the decision ruling out the fees. Since 1966 Powell has authorized banks to sell the plates over the counter as a means of easing theload on the secretary of state's office and expediting applications. Eighty-seven banks are engaged in the service. The Illinois Association of remittance Agents filed suit against the banks. The dgents are licensed and charge a f?e for handling vehicle applications. Hove Your Doctor Phone Your Prescription B ~\ Prompt, Personal 4 LIVINGSTON PHARMACY Call £444100 — After Hours Call 242-6438 —109 N. JOtii — Mt. Vernon, III. To redeem your winning caps, bring them to the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Cairo, Marion, Metropolis, Du Quoin, Centralis., Illinois. DO NOT MAIL METAL CAPS. No purciiase required to play Jack Tops. Free caps are available everywhere. Get them wherever Pepsi-Cola Company products are sold or from your Pepsi-Cola route salesman or from your local bottler. Void where prohibited by law. Only caps bearing the name of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Marion, III. are eligible for prizes. All winning caps must be redeemed by April 1, 1960. ."WShCOLAHMM "P6Pa»" AR.E REQI9TERCD TRADEMARKS OF PcpuiCo, I HQ,

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