Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 17, 1966 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 17, 1966 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 11 ONE OF TEN WORTHWHILE AGENCIES UNITED FUND HELPS COUNTY 4-H Clubs One of the ten worthwhile United Fund agencies in Jef- (eison county is 4-H. It will receive financial assistance In the coming year from tlie United Fund campaign which is now underway. Activity in 4-H is a practical pi'ogrnm of education for young people and is a part of tjie cooperative extcasion service of tlic University of Illinois. Anyone between Oie ages of 9 ;ind 19 may become a part of the program. A 4-H Club is a group of young people—boys, girls, or both — organized and developed in a community under the guidance of a local 4-H leader. There are 606 4-H members in Jefferson county, 35 per cent or more of whom are from non- fai-m familiei. A total of 90 adult leaders work with 44 local 4-H clubs, in this county. The 4-H program provides opportunities to practice the knowledge, skills; and attitudes that the members learn at home, school, church, and other youth serving agencies. They learn by doing. The clubs hold regular meetings in which the officers conduct a business meeting, members give project talks and demonstrations, and everyone participates in recreational programs. 4-H members are expected to complete projects of their choice. In addition, they develop leadership talents and abilities, strengthen personal standards and citizenship ideals. They also cultivate the desire and ability to cooperate with others. ' Barnes Heads Tri-City Grocery Ad Department The appointment of Alvln T. ' Barnes, as advertising manager of the Tri-City Grocery Company was announced today by S. E. Pershall, Jr., president of the 23 store food chain. Barnes, who has been with the food chain since 1954, succeeds Ralph A. Perry. Pen-y retired last Saturday, after 20 years as the advertising manager for Ti'i-City Groceiy Company. Perry and his wife, Klcnnor, live in Alton and enjoy ' hobbies of reading, collecting music and playing piano. Barnes is nlarried to the form- pr Mai-cella Schubert and they , have four daughters. The new advertising manager jsnd his family reside at 3400 Franklin, Granite City, Illinois. is a graduate of Collinsvllle •high school and attended night school at Washington U., St. Louis for six years. He is a member of the Granite City Rotary and is a past president of the Granite Cily Jaycees. ALVIN T. BARNES New 1967 Volkswagen *1738" HEATER • UEATHERETTE INTERIOR - SEAT BELTS BACK UP UTES - 2 SPEED ELECTRtO WIPERS AND WASHERS $149 DOWN Plus Tax and License! $52.00 PER MONTH Delivered in Mt Vernon Regency Motors, Inc. HIGHWAY 37 NORTH MT. VERNON, ILL. PHONE 242-6200 LegaT Notice PUBMC NOnOB STATE OF ILLINOIS . ) , )SS. COUNTY OF JEFFERSON ). Application Under The Illinois Motor Carrier of Fropertjr A«st Before the Illinois Commerce Commission Docket No. 25467MC. To whom it may concern: The undersigned applicant hereby gives notice to the public that Philip E. Tliompson, Benton Road, iMt. Vernon, Illinois was filed with, the.Illinois Commerce Commission under and by virtue of the Illinois Motor Carrieir of Property Act, as amended, an applicatiori for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity as a Common Carrier to transport the following commodities: Heavy equipment such as cats, cranes, motor protroUs, rollers, tractors and also blacktop, rock, sand, gravel, dirt, derbris, and asphalt; and within territory or over routes as follows: Within a radius of one hun- ' dred tlOO) miles of Mt. Ver' noh, Jeffefson County, Illi• nols; Applicant now holds no other authority to operate as a motor : carrier of property. j The initial hearing on the ap- j plication will be held at 1:30 ' (CST) o'clock p.m. in the office of the Illinois Commerce Commis' sion at 222 South College Street, 1st Floor, Springfield, Illinois, on the 28th day of November, 1966. Any further information rcla- ! five to the application may be obtained by writing the Illinois Commerce Commission, Motor Carrier of Properly Dh'ision, I Second Floor, New State Office Building, Springfield, Illinois. Dated this 15lh day of November. A. D., 1366. Applicant's Attorney and address: FRANK H. WALKER Attorney-at-Law • P. O. Box 913 .Mt. Vernon, Illinois, 62864 Telephone: 242-1174 Applicant's Name and address: PHILIP E. THOMPSON Bent£)n :Road Mt. Vernon, Illinolg 26864 Telephone: 244-2058. Principal place of business of applicant in Illinois will he: Benton Road, Mt. Vernon, 111. RALPH A. FERRV Boxscore On The Gemini Flight CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) —Boxscore on Project Gemini, which ended with the flight of Gemini 12: Flights—^Two unmanned, 10 manned. Astronauts — 20 made orbital flights. Total man hours in space — 1,932 hours 52 minutes. Goals achieved—Rendezvous, docking, long-duration up to 14 days, space walks. Cost-$1.3 billion. NOTICE OF LETTma Scaled proposals will be received in the office of the County Superintendent of Highways until Wednesday. November 23, 1966 at 1:30 p.m. for furnishing Petroleum Products required by the Jefferson County Highway Department and M that time publicly opened and read. Proposals shall be submitted on forms furnished by the County which may be obtained at the office of the County Superintendent of Highways and shall be enclosed in ah envelope endorsed "Petroleum Products - Material Proposal." The right is reserved to reject any and all proposals and to waive technicalities. Proposal guarantee-will not be required. BY ORDER OF JEFFERSON CO. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS By: Jad< K. "nrottcr, Superintendent Jefferson County Highway Department 11-11 Rdlpli Ndder Sues GM For $26Million NEW YORK CAP) - Auto safety critic Ralph Nader today filed a $26-million suit against General Motors Corp. and oth-, ers, dalming violation of hisv, privacy. In the action filed In Manhattan Supreme Court, Nader, charged that the defendants violated his right of privacy and subjected him to "harrassment and intimidation" and intruded into and invaded his "seclusion, solitude and private affairs.'' The complaint, filed by the law firm of Speiser, 5humate, Geoghan A Krause, also named as defendants Vincent Gillen, the Vincent Gillen Associates, Inc., and Fldelifacts, Inc. Nader charged that General Motors, when it learned of the imminent publication of his book, "Unsafe at Any Speed," "decided to conduct a campaign of intimidating, smearing and otherwise severely Injurlpg" him. Nader charged that General Motors had hired the three other defendants at "fees much higher than their ordinary in- vestigatlrai fees because of the wisavory natare of the work involved." He charged that the firms interviewed people knowing, him under false pretenses "questioning them about, and casting aspersions upon plaintiff's political, social, economic, racial and religious views, tendencies and possible prejudices; his integrity; his sexual proclivites and inclinations; and his personal habits, such as use of intoxicants, narootics and the like." He also charged that the defendants had shadowed him to a degree "as to be outrageous, oppressivt and malicious." He alleged he had been accosted by girls "for the .purposes of entrapment and extortion" and that wiretapping ha4 been ttsed to eavesdrop on him. Nader said the acts, he complained of had occurred in Washington, D.C., and in Connecticut, Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and other states. Nader is generally considered the man who spurred Congress into passing the auto safety law in the last session. A spokeonan for General Motors in Detroit said the company had Just learned of the suit and would ,have no comment until officials had a chance to study the charges. LAKE JUNALUSKA, N.C. (AP) - Dr. J. Manning Potts, editor of the intematipnally circulated devotional guide, "Upper Room," will take over next year as executive director of the Lake Junoluska Methodist Assembly. At Mt. y. Teen Dance Saturday "The New DlmenBlans," above, consisting: of Ed McMurray, Oevln Mlkles, Raymond Bennett, Jeannie Bennett, Steve Sutton, Tom Oualdoni, Don Robertson and Jay Walker will be presented on Winter A Go-Oo at the Y.M.C.A. on Sat- mdJa,y night, November 19. "The New Dimensions" are from Herrin and will be making their, first appearance in Mt. Vernon. They are one of the largest and most versatile bands in southern Illinois. Their music is unusual, as they incorporate the many styles of music that are popular tod&y. Miss Jeannie Bennett is the featured organist and vocalist. "The New Dimensions" appeared at the Illinois State Fair this summer and won many friends throughout the-state. They play regularly at the Carousel Playhouse in Herrin. The Carousel is quite unique irt a discotheque atmosphere, complete with horror and slapstick comedy, movies during the breaks of the band. They play at the 12-20 Club in Carterville and many other area teen centers. Dancing will be from 8 until 11 o'clock at Winter Ago-go. All teens in the Mt. Vernon area are invited. Millionth Ton Of Viet Airlift Cargo Delivered SAIGON (AP)—Capfc Dickie G. Poplin, 30, of Tulsa, Okla., landed a C123 Provider transport today, delivering the one- millionth ton of cargo in the Viet Nam airlift, the Air Force announced. Poplin set down at the small dirt airstripe of Bao Loc, 93 miles north of Saigon, to deliver powdered milk to American Aid officials. The Viet Nam Airlift is second only to the Berlin airlift, and in 1966 alone, he Air Force said, transport crews will exceed the 697,000 tons hauled in the orean airlift With Poplin were navigator Maj. Raymond G. Gilkeny, 35, Coquiile, Ore., co pilot, Capt. Daniel L. McConnel, 27, of Rantoul, m., and Ibadmaster T. Sgt David B. Leary, 34, of Holyoke, Mass. The Viet Nam airlift concerns aU cargo, mail and passengers caried to and within Viet Nam since Jan. 1,1964, the Air Force said. AT HOSPITAL NAMED FOR WILFORD HALL Mt. V. Colonel Heads AF Hospital Department Colonel Earl E. Feldmann, a former resident of Mt. Vernon, is the new chairman of the department of prosthodontics at WiUord Hail VSAF Hospital's dental services at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The hospital was named for the late Major General WiUord Hall, a native of Mt. Vernon and son of the late Dr. Andy Hall. A native of Mt. Vernon, Colonel Feldman is a graduate of the University of Illinois, with both a B. S. and D. D. S. degree. He also attended the University of Pennsylvania. A -veteran of 20 years' military service, Cblonel Feldman was formerly assistant chairman of the department of prosthodontics at-Wilford Hall. He came to the hospital in June, 1958, following an assignment at Donaldson AFB, S. C. Colonel Feldman's early military career was spent at Randolph AFB, Ten., Wright-Patterson AFB, O., and in England. A diplomate of the American Board of Prostlwdontics, he is also a member of the American Prosthodontics Society, American Dental Association, and the American College of Dentists. National BMketlNill Aaaodatioa Today's Oamea Debroit vs. New York at Baltimore Chicago at Baltimore Friday 's Games Chicago vs. Philadelphia at Boston Baltimore at Boston Los Angeles at Detroit Mence Shrinks Piles \ New Way Without Surgery^ Stops Itch—Relieves Pain Hair Twk, V. T. <8pMlaI) - For tlu flrit tima icience haa found a neir healing aubatanee with the astonishing ability to ihrinlc hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In ease after ease, while gently celieTing pain, actual reduetion (shrinkage) took place. Moat amazing of all—results wMt •o thorough that sufferers mad« astonishing statements like "Pilea hare ceased to be a problem I" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—diacoTcry of a world-famo«s research institute. This sabstanea is now avallab)* ta suppeiitorn or ointmtnt form under the name Priparatian H% At all drug eonntera. OPEN HOUSE November 18 and 19 Hopkins Ford Tractor Highway 460 Eost Refreshments! Free Prizes! Grand Prize NEW TRACTOR (Minio»ui«) (No Purchase Necessary) Hopkins Ford Tractor Highway 460 Eaif COL. FELDMANN He is married to the former Mary Ann Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Riley H. Taylor, of Route 4, Mt. Vernon. The couple has five children. RAY SAYS: "MOVE 'EM OUT! II Big Money Savings TRAaORS NEW BALERS Daring COMBINES Nov. - Dec. Clearance Days' ,.*c. Now's the time to buy thot new Internotiond Horvester Tractor, (Baler or Combine) youVe been wanting, and SAVE MONEY, TOO! How? Just listen to this: During NOVEMBER-DECEMBER CLEARANCE DAYS you can buy at a special discount price ... and, because your finance Charges will be paid well into 1967, you moke BIG MONEY SAVINGS. Don't wait until Spring. COME IN NOW, AND SAVE! See Ed Wood Or, Any Of The Friendly Personnel At Ray Tibbs Impieinent Co. Waltonville Rood Phone 242.1267 THERE'S MONEY IN THIS . . . FOR YOU We mean 10 days of extra interest. And that means extra money for you. Just open or odd to your BANK OF ILLINOIS Savings Account by December 10. You'll get full guaranteed interest from December 1. There's even more morley for you in our one-year savings certificates. They get you a husky 5% from the first day. Beat that you can't, hereabouts. The Poceseflter BanIc Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Beat 01' Man Winter to the Punch! BUY ONE OF THESE FINE USED CARS AT BREHM - HANNA CHEVROLET 1963 CHEVROLCT IMPAU 4 DOOR SEDAN 6-cylind«r •ngint, automatic transmlsiloit, power stooring, powor brakes, radi* and hoator, whit* w/rod interior. A good cloon oconomy car. 1961 QIEVROLET IMPAU SPORT SEDAN V-8 engine, automatic tranimliiion, power steering, powor brakes, radio, hoafor^ wliitewall tires, factory air condition, turquoise w/turquoise trim, en* owner, 39,000 miles. 1964 CHEVROLCT IMPALA 4 DOOR SEDAN V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, pow«r brokM, radio, h*at*r, whitewall tir*s, whit* w/turquois* trim. Sliarp. 1964 CHEVROLCT IMPALA SPORT SEDAN V-8 engine, automatic transhtisslon, power steering, power brakes, radio, hoataTa whit*wall tires, maroon w/marooh Interior. A real boaufy. 1960 CADILLAC 4 DOOR HARDTOP V-8, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, radio, h*at*r, ¥rhl|»i wall tiras, electric windows and seats, factory air condition. Very clean. j 1960 CORVAIR MONZA 900 COUPE Automatic trasmission, radio, heater, whitewall tires. Solid. 1961 CHEVROLCT IMPALA SPORT COUPE V-8 engine,^ automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, radio, hoofer, whitewall tires, air condition. A sharp one. 1965 CHEVROLCT BELAIR 4 DOOR V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, radio, hooter, whitewall tires. One owner, 18,000 miles. 1964 CHEVROLCT IMPAU SUPER SPORT 409 engine, automatic trantmistion, power steering, power brakes, whitewall tires, radio, hooter, yellow w/blaek Interior. Classy. 1961 CHEVROLCT IMPAU CONVERTIBLE V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, radio, heater, whitewall tfres, tuxedo black w/white top. Solid and clean. 1965 CHEVROLCT CAPRia SEDAN V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, radio, heater, whitewall tires, factory air condition, donube blue w/light blue interior. Top* in every way. WHAT'S IN A PRia? IT'S THE DIFFERENa THAT COUNTS! Slop by now ond let us demonstrate one of these fine used cars. Or coll us and we will be there. Terms to Fit Your Budget-On the Spot Finance BREHM-HANNA CHEVROLET Our Gptotest Profit—Customer Sotisfoction Salem Rood Open Evenings Mt. Vernon

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