Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 15, 1966 · Page 3
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Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Tuesday, November 15, 1966
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1966 • \n Chicago Mt V. College Students Going To Convention On Friday and Saturday, November 18 and 19, thirty-one students from Mt. Vernon Community College will represent the Kappa Gama Chapter of Student Education Association at the Student Illinois Education Association convention to be held at the Palmer House in Chicago. Those students, along with Mrs. Imogene Book, their advisor, and Mrs. Owen Jones, will leave from the Community College parking lot at 5 a.m. on the morning of November 18. They will ^urive home at 3 a.m. Sundfiy. The highlight ol the conference will be guest speaker Gel Kaufman, who wrote the best-seller, "Up the Down Staircase," a revealing account of the experiences of a young teacher in a big city school. The rest of the program con sists of speeches by SIEA candidates for office in 1967, and breakfast and a business meeting at the University of Illinois Chicago Circle campus. THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Mrs. Charles P. Wilson (Helen Sigel) of Gladwyne.Pa., set an amateur golf record with a 296 score in the 1965 Women's Open at Atlantic City. N.J. 1965 Chevrolet Beloir 4 door sedan, 8-cyl., automatic transmission, a i r conditioned. White with green interior. saw MOTOR CO. 1101 Salem Road Youth Appreciation Week In Mt. V. MAYOR JOE MARTIN proclaims November 14-20 as Youth Appreciation Week In Mt. Vernon. Lookinjr on, from left, are Carl Baker, president of the Breakfast Optimist Club anij Wilton Webb, president of the Mt. Vernon OptinUst Club. Here is tlie mayor's proclamation: "Whereas, the overwhelming majority of the youth of tho United States and Canada are constructive, responsible citizens who receive altogether too little recognition of their achievements, and "Whereas, the men of Optimist International have dedicated themselves to promoting community-wide recognition of our fine young people during youth appreciation week each fall, and , "Whereas, the citizens of Mt. Vernon, Illinois have indicated they wish to join the Optimists in expressing their pride in our youth and their approval of the many fine things they are doing lo improve both themselves and our community. "I, Joe Martin, Mayor of the city of Mt. Vernon, Illinois therefore proclaim November 14-20, 1966, as youth appreciation week in Mt. Vernon with the sincere hope that ever>' adult will not only stop to think about the many plus qualities of the younger generation, but actively recognize the individual and collective attributes and achievements of as many young people as they can possibly reach, so that our citizens of tomorrow may fully realize that we are confident in their ability to build and govern the bright world of the future. "Signed, this the 9th day of November, 1966, Joe Martin, Mayor of the City of Mt Vernon, Illinois." Hail Youth At School Assembly Trainer-driver Frank Ervin, 32, won the 1959 Hambletonian trot with Diller Hanover and this year he won the 3-year-old feature with Kerry Way. HAVE YOUR CHILDREN HAD THEIR EYES EXAMINED THIS YEAR? Hundreds of latest style frames with highest quality single vision lenses. ThorouKh Eye Examination $5.50* Hours: 9:00 to 5:30 Daily — Fri. to 8:00 P.M. RAY OPTICAL CO. ^^ Y E. DALTOA*, O.D. 117 N. Locust St OK. ED. JANIES, O.D. Centralla, IIL Ph. 532-161S No Appointment Neoessary First License Plates Mailed SPRLNGFIELD, 111. (AP)The first 1967 Illinois motor vehicle license plates went into the mail today. Secretary of State Paul Powell said all plates representing reassigned numbers will be in the mail by Dec. 15. Deadline for displaying the new plates will be Feb. 15. Over-the-counter sale of plates will begin Dec. 1, the first day the new plates may he legally displayed, Powell said. Reagan Film In Dem Country ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) Sponsorship of a motion picture aimed at litterbugs caused some embarrassment Monday at a meeting of the Citizens Committee on Beautification and Cleanup. i "I hate to say it," observed ; Mrs. Melvin Taylor, chairman iof the 21-member committee appointed by AsheviUe's all- Democratic City Council, "but the film is narrated by Ronald Reagan." ; Reagan is the Republican i governor-elect of California. In observance of Youth Appreciation Week, November 14-20, the Breakfast Optimist Club and the Mt. Vernon Optimist Club have planned numerous activitie."! designed to give public I'ecognition to the achievements of the overwhelming majority of young people who lead responsible, constructive lives and who are positive assets to the community. The most important and outstanding event of the week will he on Thursday, November 17 at 8:45 a.m. At this time the Rev. Robert Freytag, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, will speak to an assembly of all the students at Casey Junior High School. Members of the Breakfast Optimist Club and the Mt. Vernon Optimist Club plan to attend this meeting. Paul Dickerson of the Breakfast Optimist Club and J. Frank Hughey of the Mt. Vernon Optimist Club are co-chairmen . of youth appreciation week. This annual annual observance was instituted ten years ago by Optimist International, A men's service organization with 87,000 members in 2,500 clubs throughout the United States and Canada. The purpose of Youth Appreciation Week is to counter balance the publicity and attention given people who flaunt the law. people who f'aunt the law. , Well known by their slogan,' "Friend of the Boy," Optimists have been lending a helping; hand to youth since their organization was founded in 1918. Chairmen Dickerson and Hughey would like to take this opportunity to remind the adults of today that the youth of the present will become the men and women of tomorrow. "We would like for you to show your appreciation of them by giving them a pat on the back," the chairmen said. PERFUME EXHAUST FUMES ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Sweet-scented additives ara being put in the fuel systems of Albuquerque's city buses in an attempt to eliminate foul smelling exhaust fumes. The experiment — going on for alwut a week — is proving successful, said Thomas Burke, transit system director. "I just smell the difference on | Central Avenue," he challenged Bystanders on that main thoroughfare said they couldn't. perintendent of schools at Racine Monday night, signing a three year contract an an an­ nual salary of $24,000. Gunning is now head of schools at East St Louis, 111. 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