THE REGISTER-NEWS 9—B DOG LOVERS will be pleased to know that through the years canines have been well-represented at the White House. The absence of cats is understandable when one realizes that no feline would put up with all the comings and goings, erratic hours and impermancnce of the Presidency. Top row, from the left, are LBJ with "Yuki;" Richard Nixon, when he was vice-president, with "Checkers"; and JFK trailing after "Charlie." Bottom row, same order, shows "Heidi," Eisenhower's Weimaraner; FDR with "Fala"; and "Feller," Harry S. Truman's pet spaniel. Disobedience Has Beginning In Home By BOB COOPER Associated Press Writer VERSAILLES, Ky. (AP)— "Disobedience and the like starts in the home and it goes out into church life and civic life." says a 90-year-old retired Catholic priest. "Today, you have more obedient parents than you have obedient children," the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Herbert F. Hiilenmeyer said in an interview. Msgr. Hiilenmeyer, a priest for 66 years, has retired from a Fort Thomas, Ky., pastorate to become chaplain of a nursing home here, but tiis interest in the world's problems still is keen. In rapid succession, he expounded his views on such controversial topics as the Pope's encyclical on birth control, civic diobedience and delinquency. "The Holy Father's pronouncement was nothing new," Msgr. Hiilenmeyer said, "just a i r affirmation of the general attitude of the church." Priests' rebellion against the edict, like other problems facing the modern world, stem from a lack of obedience and a decreasing amount of charity in the v-orld, Msgr. Hiilenmeyer believes. "There is still charity in the world. I don't say it is devoid of charity, but it's growing less and less and less," he said. Msgr. Hiilenmeyer said it is easier to understand "the laity, at least some of them," reject- 1:1.7: the Pope's stand against birth control, but he thinks it I shocking that priests would reb- jeL J "Years ago, a priest rebelling against the authority of the bishop, why that was an unheard of thing... "I look at it this way: whatever I have as a priest to administer the sacraments, I have from the church. The Church doesn't ewe me anything, but I owe the Church a whole lot." The spirit of disobedience and rebellion on college campuses n.nd in the streets also con, Lounds Msgr. Hiilenmeyer. J "I don't say in regard to ,' young people that there aren't some points they're fighting for that aren't worth consideration, hut their attitude of rebellion- is just beyond me," he said. Then there is the increase in iccont years of priests leaving the church, many of them because Catholic doctrine forbids the clergy to marry. "You have to remember that tli' 1 Lord chose 12 apostles—he handpicked them...and even our blessed Lord had one traitor among his 12. "These men who kick over iheir traces, why when they became priests they weren't dragged into it They knew the responsibility and the condition," Msgr. Hiilenmeyer said. All of these problems, he said, stem from early home life. "You just ask the sisters who teach in the schools. They'll tell y.iit how much easier it was to teach children 25-30 years ago iiinn today." This lack of early training, he spid. leads to breaking of laws. "I saw in the paper the other :lay where someone broke into a school end destroyed all kinds of things. "Years ago, I don't say people didn't break in places, but when thev did, at least there was a reason. They wanted to steal some money or something else. "But to break into a school just to destroy it, well, 1 don't know what it's coming to." Legal Notices STATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTY OF JEFFERSON—SS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS THE FRANKLIN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, a Corporation, Plaintiff, -vs- WILLIAM J. SANDERS. NORMA J. SANDERS and SPRINGFIELD MARINE BANK, Defendants. IN CHANCERY NO. 68-CH-61 SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SAIJE OF REAL ESTATE Public notice is hereby given, that in pursuance to a decree entered on the 17th day of January, 1969, by the said court, in the above entitled ~ause, I, Robert Ruddick, Sheriff of Jefferson County, Illinois will at the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, central standard time, on the 21st day of February, 1969 at the South door of the County Court House Building, in the City of Mt. Vernon, County of Jefferson, in the State of Illinois, sell at public vendue to the highest and best bidder, or bidders, the following described real estate, situated in the County of Jefferson, to-wit: The East 50 feet of Lots 25 and 26 in Philo Gilbert's Second Addition to the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, and is generally known as 1721 Cherry Street, in Mt. Vernon, Illinois. Terms of Sale: Cash in hand at time of sale. Said sale and all proceedings in this matter are subject to the approval of said court. Dated at Mt. Vernon, Illinois this 29th day of January, 1969. /s/ Robert Ruddick Sheriff of Jefferson County, Illinois. D. E. FURNALL Attorney for Plaintiff 1007 \'a Broadway Mt. Vernon, Illinois 62864 Tel: A/c 618-242-3310 2-12 SHOP A T.. * GLENN'S ' SHOP HERE and SAV 242-5814 525 Old Fairfield Road Prices Good Thurs., Fri. and Sat. — Jan. 30—31 and Fab. 1 Store Hours: 8:00 To 6:00 P.M. Open Friday Nites Till 8:00 P.M. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities QUEEN OF SCOT PEACHES Hl-C ORANGE DRINK 3 cans 89^ NABISCO OREO COOKIES 2 pk s s - 89^ DARIY BRAND "2" MILK 2 79* RED POTATOES 20 i*- 79* OLD JUDGE INSTANT COFFEE 6-Oz. Jar • Notice of filing petitions for membership on Board of Education. Notice is hereby given that nominating petitions for membership on the Board of Education of the Bluford C. C. Grade School District 114 in Jefferson County, Illinois shall be filed with Fred Hicks at the Grade School Building, Bluford, Illinois, between the hours of 8:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. Monday through Friday. The first day of filing is February 26 and the last, day is March 22, 1969. Hall Marlow Secretary of the Board of Education School District 114 Jefferson County, Illinois RC COLA 8 BOTTLE CARTON 69 BSBH TASTE O' SEA BREADED FISH PORTIONS Lb $139 Box 1 GRIFFIN BROWN SCUFF KOTE Bottle QUEEN OF SCOT FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 2 303 Size Cans MANOR HOUSE COFFEE $|19 Lb. Can MIDWEST ICE MILK 1/2 -Gal. 49* 5 BUTTERNUT BREAD Loaves "FRYERS-WHOLE-FRYERS" ALL MEAT BOLONEY Lb. 59 SWIFT PREMIUM BACON Lb. 69< LEAN GROUND Lb. BEEF 59* SWIFT PREMIUM WIENERS Pack of 10 39* STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT JEFFERSON COUNTY NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY In The Matter of The Estate of DORAN KERNODLE No. 69-P-3 Notice is given of the death of the above and that letters of Administration were issued Jan. 10, 1969, to Harry L. Bishop, Sr., Centralia Road, Mt. Vernon/ Illinois whose attorneys are Kirk & Musick, First National Bank Building, Mt. Vernon, Illinois and that Monday, March 3, 1969, is the claim date for the estate. Claims against said estate should be filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court at the County Courthouse in Mt. Vernon, Illinois, and copies thereof mailed or delivered to said legal representative and to said attorneys of record. Dated, Jan. 13, 1S69. Jerry B. Gott (Clerk of the Circuit Court) 1-29 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Estate of Mary A. Colton, deceased. 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