Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 16, 1966 · Page 8
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TV Review CBS Tells The Story Of Unions NEW YORK (APy - The "CBS Reports" program, The State of the Unions, ,Tuesday night took a long, balanced look at the labor movement, pointing Dut its great contributions over the years—elimination of child labor, increased wages and reduced working hours, vacations, relief time, job seniority and pensions. It considered the bloody strife of the organizing years when unions were resisted Violently by management. The program contrasted those Struggles with the situation today when union power has grown to a point where "one union can bring most of the nation's airlines to a halt with hardly any more reprisal than a growl from Congress." Current union problems were not ignored — automation, loss of Jobs, alienation of puMic opinion, hostile legislation. The program noted that of a work force of 77 million Americans, only 17 million belong to unions. Touched upon were charges of «(KTuption in some unions and charges of failure to integrate racially. Herbert Hill of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said that "the rate of racial integration in the major skilled craft unions of the AFL-CIO is slower tlian the rate of integration of Negro children into the public schools of Mississippi and Alabama." Most interesting was the portion devoted to • showing the struggle over the past year to form a union for migrant agricultural workers in the West — a little union without the professional skills of the giants, hut with all the fire and earnestness that marked the early years of the auto workers and the steel workers. It was an extremely effective presentation, well - balanced, that crowded a lot Into a short period. AUCTION The houfahold property of Bob ( IKI YuVonns B*rbi*ri, 100 north 33rd will to bo told at « n c t i o n, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, it 1:30 p.m. 1 Pocan king six* bad and deubli dreitar, like naw. I 36x48 paean framod mirror. 3 White French provincial twin badt and matching chatlt. I 12x13 100% acrilon rug. I 9x12 100% nylon rug. 1 Hotpoint range, like new. 3 Matching barrel chain. 3 Matching modern chairs. 1 Walnut and table. I Walnut child «raft chett. 1 Baby bad. 1 Bathinelto. ^ 1 Antiqua piine. 1 Walnut dinnalta-A black leather chairt, 7 month* eld. Toyt—all in good condition, 1 Sonrica far « aat of diihai, oxlra piece*. Many eutitanding decorator Item* too numerou* to mention. In caie of bad «viHthar will be held iniida. ROY TAYLOR, Auctioneer Tarmt—Net Caih Not raipontiblo for accident* ^VEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1966 GOP Eyes Kerner And Daley Jobs By CHARLES WHALEN SPRINGFIELD, lU. (API- Republicans occupy their Strongest position in Illinois in nearly a decade as a result of last week's election victories. In the wake of the smashing triumph, GOP loaders are training tlieir sigfits on their next political goals: the Qiicago mayoralty in 1967 and the governorship in 1968. They will be able to operate .from a solid base of having two U.S. senators, conU-ol of the Illinois Legislature and a more Unified party organization. Although he will be in Washing most of the time, Senator- elect Charles H. Percy has made it clear he will take an active leadership role in state party affairs and will make his Voice heard in selection of candidates. From the Democratic view, one of the alarming things was | 9!30-8 Biography: Win.ton Watching TV TONIGHT 6:00-2 Talei of Walli hrga 3 Cactui Pet* A-5-6-U New. 8 Struggle For P*ico 1J PDQ (color) 4-5 Weafher 6:30—2-3 Bafman (color) 4-12 Lost In Space (color) 5-6 The Virginian (color) B N.E.T. Journal 11 True Adventure (color) 7:00—2-3 The Monroei (color) J) Of Land* and Seat (color) 7:30-4-12 Beverly Hillbllllet (color) 8 What'i New 8:00-2-3 The Man Who Never Wai (color) 4-12 Green Acrei (color) 5-6 Bob Hope Theatre (color) 8 Paisport. Beachcomberi. U Movie: Key Largo. Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall. Gangiteri tako over a Florida Hotel. 8:30-2-3 Peyton Place (color) 4-12 Gomar Pyla USMC. (color) 8 Newt 9r0O -2-3 ABC Stage '67 (color) 4-12 Danny Kaye (color) 5-6 I Spy (color) the inroads Percy made on the Chicago Democratic vote. How much of tlVis was due to Percy's own appeal on one hand, and the national tide against the party in power plus some imponderable factors on the other, is open to speculation. Percy contends Republicans can maintain their showing in Chicago. He says Mayor Richard J. Daley knows it better than anj'one. Percy also led a resurgence Of downstate Republican vote- etting power, which had slipped for state candidates in the 19S4 and 1960 elections. An exception to the trend Was election of Democrat Adlai E. Stevenson in over Harris Rowe for state treasurer. Stevenson gave Democrats some cheer by running strongly in Chicago and winning some; large downstate counties. Stevenson's name is likely to rank prominently when Democrats consider candidates for governor and U.S. Senator in 1968. Contributing to Republican, harmony this year was absence of bitter primary fights Which left party wounds in the past. The struggle for GOP nominations was sidestepped through an unprecedented convention which endorsed a state primary slate. Party officials say it was so successful they expect to continue the system in 1968 when most state offices will be filled. One of the rising GOP stars Is Richard B. Ogilvie, whose election as president of the Cook County Board pushed him forward in the gubernatorial pictare. Churchill I. 10:00-2-3-4-5-6-12 Newt 11 Alfred Hitchcock Block And Whitf Or COLOR TV Comes fn Beffar On CABLE TV Phone 242-5684 Today MT. VERNON CABLE TV 1306 Broadway LINKON'S ANY PART ~ ANY CAR Equipment, Ports, Glass Complete Machine Shop OH WHAT FUN IT rS TO GIVE ZlttcrHttVctl* Socks Wfiafever fhe occasion he'll be well dressed and cem fortabi* in Interwoven socles. We have leisure socks, athletic socks, Over -the-Calf dress socles, featuring all the newest patferns, colors and yarns. Sized and stretch, machin* washable and dryable. Socks make perfect Christmas gifts. A LIHLE SHORT OF CHRISTMAS HONEY? No problem here, 'causa Walker's are sure to have a credit plan that fits your need. Stop in, we'll show you how to ease the gold short- ^^^^^ age this year. 10:15—5 Tonight Show (color) 6 Accent 10:20—2 Sportf 3 Rebel 4 V^/either 10:25-2 Weather 4 Eye-line 12 Sports 10 :30 -2 Movie: Zotz. Jim Beeku*, Cecil Kellaway. 4 Movie: Lisbon. Rey Mllland, Maureen O'Hare. 12 Moviei It Should Happen to You. Judy Holliday, Jack lemmon. 10:45-6 Tonight Show (color) 10:50—3 Trackdown 11:00—11 Movie: Jennifer. Idl Lupino, Howard Duff. A girl get! a job at a caretaker of an otata and becomet Involved in murder. 11:20—3 Movie: Thunder Over Plains. 12:00^ Merv Griffin 12:10-12 News 12:15—2 Movie: The Falcon in Mexico. Tom Conway, Rite Corday. 4 Moviei Life Begins et IT. Mark Damon, Dorothy Johnson. 12:30-3 Newt 1:30-5 Weathor 1:40-4 Newt 9th end Broadwey Mt. Vernon, Illinois THURSDAY PROGRAM Morning 5:20-4 Newt 5:30—4 Sunrise Semetter 6:00—4 Town and Country 12 Sunrise Semester 6:30-4 P.S. Four 5 Focui Your World 12 Chuck Wagon Gang 6:45—2 Farm Report 12 Breakfast Shew 6:50—2 Country Mutie Carevan 7:00-5-6 Today (color) 7:05—4-12 Morning Newt. 7:25-5 News. 7:30—4 Morning Seen* 7:40-4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:00—2 Tree House Tlm» 4-12 Capt. Kangaroo 8:30—2 Remper Room. 9:00—3 Jack laLanne 4-12 I love lucy (color) 5-6 Eye-Guess (color) 9:25-5-6 Newt 9:30—2 Score Four 3 M-Not For HIte; T-TH- Californlans; W-F- Family Theatre. 4-12 Real McCoyt 5-6 Concentration 10:00—2-3 Supermarket Sweepttakei 4-12 Andy of Mayberry 5-6 Chain letters; Pat Boon* Show (color) 10:30-2-3 The Dating Game (color) 4-12 Dick Van Dyke 5-6 Show Down; The Holly* wood Squares (color) 10:45 -n News lliOO-2-3 Donna Reed 4-12 Love of Life 5-6 Jeopardy (color) 11 Modern Almtnae 11:30-2-3 Father Knowi Best 4-12 Search For Tomorrow 5-6 Swinging Country (color) ll!55-5-6 Newt Afternoon 12:00—2 Charlotte Peter* 3-11 Ben Casey 4-5-6-2 News 12:05—4 Dennlt the Menence 5 Noon Show (color) 12:15-6 Pattor Speakt 12 Farm Picture 12:30-4-12 At The World Turnt S-6 Left Make A Deal (color) 12:55-5-6 Newt liOO—2-3 Newlywed Game 4-12 Password 5-6 Day of Our lives (color) II Mid-Day Movie (color) (color) 1,30-2-3 A Time For Ui 4-12 House Party (color) 5-6 The Doctors 1:55-2-3 News, Women's Toodi 2:00-2-3 General Hospital 4-12 To Tell The Truth 5-6 Aneiher V/eM (color) 2:25-4-12 Newt 3;3<>-2-3 The Nurses 4 -12 The Edge of Night 5-6 You Don't Say (color) H Best of Groucho 3:00-3-3 Dark Shadows (color) 4-12 Secret Storm 9-6 Match Gam* (color) 11 Topper 3:25-5-4 News 3 :30-2 -3 Where fho Action Is. 4 Early Show 5 Mike Douglas 6 TV Bingo 11 Three Stooges 4:00-2 Dobie Gillls 3 The Hour 4 Popeye (color) 4(30—2 Letii* 6 Cheyenne 12 Punch and Judy Shov» (color) 4:45-11 Rocky end Hit Friends SiOO-2 News 3 M-W-F Adventure Club; Tu-Zorroj Th- Lone Ranger. 4 Leave It To Beaver 11 Superman 12 Yeu Asked For It 5:30-3 Rocky and His Friends 4-12 News 5-6 Huntley end Brlnkley (color) 11 Huckleberry Hound 5:45—12 Scorebotfd 5:50-12 Weather tventng 6:00-2 Tales of Wells Fargo 3 Cactus Pete 4 -5-6-12 News 8 Ask Me About II Ernest Tubbs 6:15 -4 -5 Weather 6:30-2-3 Batman (color) 4-12 Jericho (color) 5-4 Daniel Boone (color) 8 Sports Panorama. SlU Area II Wanderlust (color) 7:00-2-3 f Troop (color) 8 U.S.A. Poets II Of Lands and Seas (color) 7 :30 —2 -3 The Dating Game (color) 4-12 My Three Sons (color) 5-6 Star Trek (color) 8 WViat't New 8:00-2-3 Bewitched (color) 4-12 Movie: Country Girt. Grace Kelly, Bing Crosby, William Holden. 8 National Food Buyers Quiz 11 83rd Annual National Hort* Show (color) 8 :90 -2 -3 That Girl (color) 5-6 The Hero (color) 9:00-2-3 Hawk (color) 5-6 Dean Martin 8 U.S.A. Artists 9:30-8 Biography: Churchill II 11 Marshal Dillon 10;0O-2-3 -4 -5-6-12 News I Film Classic. The Devil and Daniel Webster. II Alfred Hitchcock 10:15—5-4 Tonight Show (color) 12 Weather 10:20-2 Sports 3 Movie: Trouble Along the Way. 4 Weather 10:25-4 Eye-line 10:30-2 Movie: Black Widow. Ginger Rogers, Van Heflin. (color) 4 Moviei I'll Never Forget You. Tyrone Power, Ann BIyth. 12 Movie: The Utt Hurrah. Spencer Tracy, Jeffrey Hunter. 11:00-11 Movie: Journey Into Night. Sterling Hayden, Thomat Mitchell. A mlnltter who loses hit faith has it rm- stored when he fallt In love with • blind girl. 12:00-2 Newi 5 Merv Griffin 12:15-4 Moviei Battle Flame. Seott Brady, Elaine Edwards. 12 :40 -12 News 1:90-5 Weather 1:45-2-4 News Today In History By THE ASSOCUTED PRESS Today is Thursday, Nov. 17th, the 321st day of B66. There are 44 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 18(K), the first congressional session was held In the unfinished Capitol Building. Washington was only a cluster of huts in a swamp. On this date: In 1891, Alaska requested a territorial form of government. In 1930, banks in Arkansas, D- linois, Iowa, Kentucky and Missouri, with assets totaling $90 million closed. In 1939, the Nazis massacred students and teachers at Prague University in Oechoslovakia. In 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Secretary of State Cordell Hull conferred in Washington with special Japanese envoys on the situation in the Far East. Ten years ago — To advance his "atoms for peace" plan. President Eisenhower announced a program under which tfte Atomic Energy Commission was to offer nuclear materials for sale to cooperating nations at the same prices charged to domestic users. Five years ago—Secretary of State Dean Rusk declared that the wall dividing East and West Berlin, In his words, "certainly ought not be a permanent feature." He indicated, however, that the United States felt the removal of the wall was more of an objective than a condition for negotiations with the Soviet Union. One year ago — William Eckert, retired lieutenant general of the Air Force, was named commissioner of baseball, succeed- Jng lattrlng Ford C Frick. 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Prices In Ad Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday — Noyember 17-18-19 DOBBS BARGAIN TOWN il/2 MILE SOUTH ON BENTON ROAD FREE PARKING

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