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THE REGIST6R-MEWS -- MT. VERNOW, !?-LfNOIS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1966 Second Gun Accident Fatal LAS VEGAS, N.M. (AI-^i A New ^rc .\•ico Highljinds Uni\or- sity stiidpnl. Robert Tussin.i; Jr.. 19, was woiindcd in the hand 10 days a^o while cleaning a rifle. He was killed Sunday by .i shot in t!ic head, police said, while he and another student were cleaning a rifle. Officers said both shootings apparently were accidental. Today in Dumbarton. Scotland, a gaggle of 18 geese patrols .sheds storing thousands of barrels of aging whisky. At the sight of an intruder, presumably thirsty, the geese st.irl cackling and guards come running. TV Review Space Walk Simulated On TV Screen IJy CVNTHIA LOU IS V Al> TclevisionKndlo Writer NKW YORK fAP) — Astro- (naut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr.'s space walk Sunday was liappily timed • at least for the television networks and tlie ])rofes- sional footliall tans. XRC. wilh j )U |>pet.s clcmon- sdaling ihe extra vehicular activity and CBS, using a human space engineer outside a mockup of a space crafl. showed the aslronaut's activities as they PASSPORT TOSUCCKS BUSINESS . INDUSTRY • GOVERNMENT URGENTLY NEED MEN & WOMEN , TRAINED TO OPERATE IBM EQUIPMENT I I I I I key punch, computors, I tab wiring & programming 1 I I ' Persons accepted can be trained in a program which need not interfere with their present job. If you qualify training can be financed. For FREE BOOKLET on your future in DATA PROCESSING. KEY PUNCH and COMPITTERS, write today.., please include age, address and home phone number. AUTOMATION TRAINING, INC. Bo\-N-2743, c /o Kesist -.T-: i were reported. It was wrapped up with time to spare before the games started. One hesitates to predict whether the spacemen or the gridiron warriors would have prevailed had there been a time conflict. Although the coverage of the space exploit was complete, it was difficult, if not impossible, to understand the voices of the astronauts. But, as David Brinkley noted, the miracle was that we were able to hear at all the voice of a man as he climbed around outside a space ship beyond the earth's atmos- plierc. „U(er all tlic recent Sundays in which television has l^een awash with politics, it was almost a relief to get back into programming featuring animals, undersea exploration and old movies. True, there was Barry Goldwater on ABC talking about the election and Gov. George Romney was denying he was a presidential candidate on NBC's "Meet the Press. " But on the late afternoon "Frank McGee ReiTort" — McGee was missing, on his space assignment — the entire program was devoted to a report on California, its people, its economics, its personality — but not, for a change, its politics. "Back to Budapest," NBC 's was an interesting report on life in the city 10 years after the revolt by Hungarian freedom fighters was crushed by the Communists with Soviet help. Frank Bourgholtzer and his cameraman — the photography was excellent — visited a facto- MURPHY'S MURPHY'S MURPHY'S MURPHY'S MURPHY'S K z a. u 3 I/) >• X tt 3 MURPHY'S MURPHY'S MURPHY'S MURPHY'S AURPHY'! > X a. fi^ 3 1/1 >Z u 3 >Z a. oc 3 lurpby? jiEeeiryTEiuinTCTi! APPRECIATION DAY WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16 SEE OUR AD IN TUESDAY'S PAPER MURPHY'S MURPHY'S MURPHY'S MURPHY'S MURPHY c z -< c •9 z -< c "0 z -< i JRPHY'S MURPHY'S MURPHY'S MURPHY'S MURPHY'S (NEA Telephoto) READY TO FIGHT in Viet Xani as a foot soldier U drafted, actor George Hamilton fakes his prelnduction physical at a U.S. Army installation at Munich, Gennany. "I don't mind walking," he said. "If my roiintrj' needs nic. I'D even go to Viet Nam." Lt. Col. Gabriel Gergoratos checks the scale weights. ry, a school and the homes of a working couple and the manager of a nationalized textile factory. He found that food was plentiful, rents in old buildings cheap, and life was pleasant for the most part. People attend church freely, artists paint and writers write and the Communists even permit a satirical revue to kid tHe government. He did find that workers and plant manag- L.d alike earn small salaries and live in crowded quarters. Bourgholtzer, however, did not tell us how much freedom he and his cameraman were allowed, and whether he was able to choose the people Into whose homes he went. Certainly none of the Hungarians, most of them stiffly aware of the camera, had anything important to say. Watching TV TONIGHT 6:00-2 Tales of Wall* Firgo 3 Csctui Pit* 4-5-6-! 2 New. 8 Antiquei. China 11 PDQ (color) 6:15-4-5 W««th«r 6:30—2-3 Iron Horse (color) 4-12 Gllllgan'i liland (color) 5-6 The Monketa (color) 8 Turn of the Century 11 The American Weaf (color) 7:00—4-12 Run, Buddy, Run (color) 5-6 I Dream of Jeanni* (color) 8 Science Reporter 11 Of landi and Seaa (color) 7:30-2-3 Rat Patrol (eolorj 4-12 The luey Show (color) 5-4 Roger Miller (color) 6 John Y. Brown (political) 8 What's New 8:00—2-3 Felony Squad (color) 4-12 Andy Griffith (color) 5-6 The Road West (color) 8 Passport. The World •! the Penguins. Block And White Or COLOR TV Comes In Bclttr On CABLE TV Phone 242-5684 Today MT. VERNON CABLE TV 1306 Broadway ITS WET MONTHS Half of the average annual rainfall of 35 inches in Nairobi, capital city of Kenya, easteiT Africa, occurs during the months of March and May, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. 'ANSWERS TO TODArS QUIZ IN ADS BELOW A PHARMACtSrS HIGH STANDARDS When it comes to filling prescriptions, your druggist insists on the best. Only the finest drugs are used, from stocks that are regularly checked for freshness. This insistence on quality is your assurance that your prescriptions contain the best! «(imiile(c SuDDly of Health Needs ANSWERS TO PARI II l .c;2-d ;3 -a;4-e;5-b Profpssionaliy Diilicak-d To Your Good Health PfiSCRIWICN 1 STOSE ROY A. JONES R.P.H. 107 SO.TENTH ST. MT. VERKIOM ILL. Sheldon's Grocery Cravl, llllneia Ear) JTones ft Sona tims, llllMit David Reele Crisp, llllmis Ross Wimberly Divide, llilMla Bennet ft Bennett Bennia, Illinois Leonard Henson Keenea, llllneia Mount Grocery Kail, lllinais Rockett's Market 417 Parkiiia KalMt's Orocerr ScHeller, llllneia Hutchison's T*rm Mkt. Rt. S, Mt. VerriMl W. H. Hottensen Oodyke, lllinela OrteK's Fine Foods 10U Mein Ellis Grocery Harmony, Illinois Dare Grocery Camp Ground Mlddleton Market Salam, llllnels Frank Harsia Priice, lllinel* THERE'S AN ACE GROCER IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Richardson's Grocery Bella Rive, Illinois Keele's Market 407 South Uth Sandusln's Grocery 1014 Tolle Road Prince's Market MO Main MUler's Market 724 North llh Lieonard Wilson Shields, Illinois Bray Grocery Biuford, Illinois T... G. Endlcott Woedlawn, Illinois W. G. Mooney Boyd, Illinois Roger's Grocery 422 S. )7th Street Andy Stevens waltonviila, Illinois R. M. Flanagan MeLaanaboro, llUnola Rowe's Self Service Wiilenville and Nason Rds. Hopkin 'B Market 2)7 casllalon Potter's Market Marlew Crossrvtdt Answtra To Symbol Quis 1.h;2-d; 3.b; 4^; 5-c; 6-g; 7 -j; S -i; 9 .0; 10-f DOiTT WISH FOR IT e, . SAVE FOR IT Boys end Girls are the greatest thing growing. The next greatest thing growing, handy passbook savings. ANSWERS TO PART 111 1-e; 2-d; 3-h; 4-c; 5-o Kin € D e R A ^ 117 N. lOtb 0\a\ 242.5200: RETIREMENT SECURITY BUILDER Most men plan to provide financial security for their retirement years. They know that financial success la the result of good financial planning. However, a recent survey revealed out of every 100 young men starting to work at age 25 and looking forward to financial independenw at age 65: I will be wealthy S will be working 4 will be independent M will bs dead 54 will be dependent an charity or ralalivca None of these men planned to fail-THEY JUST FAILED TO PLAN) Start planning your future today with a plan where your savingi v/ill guarantee cash for your retirement needs and will make provlslorts if you die or quit before your retirement plan is completed. PAGE INSURANCE AGENCY S4 Crown Vi«w Phone 242-5191 ANSWERS TO PART I 1-b; 2-b; 3.b; A-t; 5-b 11 Movie: Male Animal. Henry Fonda, Olivia D^avilland. Love and political satire lilts a big college campus et the same lime th« big game does. i:30-2-3 Peyton Place (colof) 4-12 Family Affair • SlU Football. Viiteoftp* of game played Novembsr 13. 9:00-2-3 Big Valley (color) 5-6 The Aviation Rsvelutlen (color) 5-* Run For Your life (eeler) 9:30-4-12 I've Get A Stcrel (color) I0:00-2-3-4-M-12 Newe 11 Alfred Hitchceck 10:15-3 Pollticel IO1I5-5-* Tonight Show (color) 12 Weethef 10:20-2 Sports 3 Untoucliable* 4 Weather 10:35-4 Eye-line 10:30-2 Movlet Shadow en the Wall. Ann Southern, Zachery Scott. 4 Movie: Tlie Oregon Trail. Fred MacMurray, Gloria Talbot. 12 Movie: The Man From Laramie. James Stewart, Arthur Kennedy. 11:00—11 Movie: Stromboli. Ingred Bergman, Merio Vitale. 11:20-3 Maveriek 12:00-5 Movie: Across the Pacific. Humphrey Bogert, Mery Astor, Sidney Grcenstreet. 13:10-2 Movia: Glldersleevea' Bad Day. Harold Paery, Nancy Gates. 12:20—4 Movie: Tight Spot. Ginger Rogers, Brien Keith. 12 News 1:25-2 News; Credo 1:40-5 Weather 2:10-4 News TUISDAY PROOKAM Merninc 5:20-4 News 5:30—4 Sunrise Semester 6:00—4 Town and Country 12 Sunrise Semester 6:30-4 P.S. Four 5 Focus Your World 12 Chuck Wagon Gang 6:45—2 Farm Report 12 Breakfast Show 6:50—2 Country Music Caravan 7:00-5-6 Today (color) 7:05-4-12 Morning Newa. 7:25-5 News. 7i30—4 Morning Scene 7s40-4 World of Mr. Zoom B;(X>—2 Tree House Time 4-12 Capt. Kangaroo 8:30—2 Romper Room. 9:00-3 Jack Lalannc 4-12 I Love Lucy (color) 5-6 Eye-Guess (color) 9:25-5-6 News 9:30—3 Score Four 3 M-Not For Hire; T-TH- Callfornlans) W-F- Family Theatre. 4-12 Real McCoys 5-6 Concentration 10:00—2-3 Supermarket SweepatakM 4-12 Andy of Mayberry 5-6 Chain Lettera; Pet leone Show (color) 10:30-2-3 The Dating Game (color) 4-12 Dick Van Dyke 5-6 Show Pown; The Holly wood Squares (celof) 10:45-11 Newe 11:00—2-3 Donna Reed 4-12 love of Life 5-6 Jeopardy (eeler) 11 Modern Almanac II130-2-3 Father Knew* Beet 4-12 Seerch Far Temorraw 5-6 Swinging Country (color) 11:55-5-4 News Affenaeo 13i0»-2 Charlotte Peter* 3-11 Ben Casey 4-5-6-3 Nem 12:05—4 Dennis the fMntnu 5 Noon Show (color) 12i15—6 Pastor Speaks 12 Farm Picture 12:30-4-12 As The World Turns 5-6 Let's Make A Deal (color) 12:S5-5-« News 1:00-2-3 Newly wed Game 4-12 Password Day of Our Uvea (eolof) 11 Mid-Day Mevit (color) (color) 1:30-2-3 A Time For Us 4-12 House Parly (eeler) 54 The Doctors 1:55-2-3 News, Women's Touch 2i0O^2-3 General Hospital 4-12 To Tell The Truth «•« Another World (MIM) 2:35-4-12 News 2i30-2-3 The Nurses 4-13 The Edge of Night 5-6 You Don't Say (color) 11 Bast of Groucho 3:00-2-3 Dark Shadows (color) 4-12 Secret Storm 5-6 Match Game (color) 11 Topper 3:25-5-6 News 3:30—2-3 Where the Action Is. 4 Early Show 5 Mike Douglas 4 TV Bingo 11 Three Stoogei 4:00-2 Oobie Gillis 3 The Hour 4 Popeye (color) 4:30-2 Lessie 6 Cheyenne 12 Punch end Judy Show (color) 4:45-11 Rocky and His Friends 5:00-2 Newa 3 M-W-F Adventure Club; Tu-7orro; Th- lone Ranger. 4 leave It To Beaver 11 Superman 12 You Asked For It 5:30-3 Rocky end His Friends 4-12 News 5-6 Huntley end Brinkley (color) 11 Huckleberry Hound 5:45—12 Scoreboard 5:50-12 Weather Evening 6:00-2 Tales of Wells f^argo 3 Cactus Pete 4-5-6-12 News 8 Big Picture 11 Bobby Lord 6:15-4-5 Weather 6:30—2-3 Combat (color) 4-12 Daktari , (color) 5-6 Girl From UNCLE (color) 8 Spectrum 11 Bobby Lord 7 :00 -8 U.S.A. Artists II Islands in the Sun 7:30—2-3 The Rounders (color) 4-12 Red Skelton (color) S6 Occasional Wife (color) 8 What's New 1:00-2-3 The Pruitts of Soufhempton (color) 5-6 Movie: Wild and Wonderful. Tony Curtis. 8 Passport. The Sands of Time. 11 laramie 8:30-2-3 love On A Rooftop (color) 4-12 Petticoat Junction (color) 8 French Chef 9:00-2-3 The Fugitive (color) 4-12 Special: The State of the Union (color) 8 U.S.A. Poets II An Evening with Eddy Arnold (color) 9:30—8 Biography: Woodrow Wilson. 10:00-2-3-4.5-6-12 News 11 Alfred Hitchcock 10:15—5-6 Tonight Show (color) 12 Weather 10:20-2 Sports 3 Moive: Too Much Too Soon 4 Weather 10:25-4 Eye-line 10:30-2 Movie: The Unknown Man. Walter Pidgeon, Ann Harding. 4 Moviet Desk Set. Spencer Tracy, katherino Hepburn. i2 Movie: Count Three and Pray. Van Heflin, Joanne Woodward. 11.00—11 Movia: Finger Man. Frank Lovejoy, Forrest Tucker. A hi-iacker, turned informer, helps internal revenue men destroy an illicit whiskey syndicate. 12:00-5 Merv Griffin 12:15—12 News 12:30-4 Movie: The Bamboo Prison. Robert Francis, Dianne Foster. 1:00-3 News 1:30—2 News; Credo 5K»—4 Nevirs STARTS THUR., 17.. . Watch for Amazing offer on STAR GLOW GLASSWARE (to match Dinnerware we hare offered recently) 4 Glassware sizes will be available within the next few weeks. Super- Hunter's Trimmed First Cuts Lb. CENTER RIB CHOPS TENDERLOIN CHOPS PORK LOIN ROAST ' ' ^ ^ VEAL STEAKS HILBERG .BONELESS BEEF 1 ^2^""^^'^'^ 1 Q 0 Cubed Steaks 1111:!?!^ 1 POTATOES Northern Washed Red Variety New Low Price 20Lb. Bag Frog Eggs Ride In Space CAPE KENNEDY. Fla. (AP) — America's men in space are mothering frog eggs to find out how a tadpole learns which end is up. Twice Friday the experiment, testing the effect of gravity on embryology, called for attention- from astronauts James A. Lovell Jr. and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. On their first pass over the United States, they were ordered to put a thermal cover on the egg box because instruments on the ground said the eggs were too hot. Later, mission control aslted the astronauts to "jiggle the electrical connector to the box," and the spacemen checked this out. The fertilized eggs came from female leopard frogs which ovulated on a frog farm here in tune with the Gemini countdown. If all goes well, the Gemini crew will bring back to eai-th tadpoles hatched in space to help Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., investigate what bearing gravity has in the earliest learning of animals. STRONGHEART DOG FOOD Regular or Liver 1 -Lb. Cans C Limit 6 Cans All I1DIITVT ROYAL GELATIN Pkgs. ORANGE mt PUTVOURSEU •t'

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