Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 18, 1966 · Page 9
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r FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1966 fHE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Mizzen Topsail and Wale's Gulch are towns in the province of Newfoundland, Can* ada. The French background of Haiti dates to 1697 when, by thp Treaty of Ryswick, Spain ceded the island to France. The electric eel can release its current in machine gun-like bursts of about 400 shocks a second. Wood of the crab apple tree Is used to make tool hnndles and various other small articles. Catholic Ruling On Friday Meat Is Not Announced Prize-Winning Mt. V. Home gift of tiaditional elegance The HSM 100 Suit 6^ Hart Schaffner & Marx For many seajoni, Hart Schaffnar & Man has taken special pride in tailoring the HSM 100, a suit that's worth every cent and more of one hundred dollars. The fabrics are premium suitings of the style and quality offered by custom tailors. The choice is unusually wide because It embraces all of the holiday season's new idea* in' weaves, patterns and color*. Hart Schaffner & Marx tailors these superb fabrics accordingly, shaping, pressing and molding the HSM 100 suit every stitch of the way for a permanently perfect fit. The look you give is the look he keeps. $100 Other Suits— $39.95 to $125.00 9th & Broodway Mt. Vernon, IK. WASHINGTON (AP)-Spokes- mon for the National Conference of Catholic Bishops give no hint on when a decision will be an^ nounced on the question of abolishing or modifying the Church's rule against eating meat on Fridays. Tlie Cleveland Plain Dealer said today it learned from reliable sources that the bishops already have voted on the issue and that 75 'per cent approved abolishing the rule. The paper said final wording of the document had held up its release. But Archbishop Philip M. Hannan of New Orleans, presiding at a news conference Wednesday, could not say when the decision would be announced. He said he had been a 'poor prophet" In indicating action would be taken earlier in the week. A committee report on the subject has "elicited a great deal of comment," he said. "We have no cloture rules." The conference took steps Wednesday toward giving priests and laymen a greater role in high-level church affairs. The prelates announced a resolution had been adopted looking toward creation of a national pastoral council for the Church in the United States. The new organization would include priests, rnonks, nuns and laity and would be similar to pastoral councils which assist individual bishops. The conference of 215 bishops, archbishops and cardinals, called to carry out changes wrought at the second Vatican Council in Rome, ends Friday. Order Powell To Give Self Up AT TOP ARE Interior photos of the Dr. Morris Zelman home on the BIchvlew Road, wliieh won an award last evening from the Southern IlUnols Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Top right Is the kitchen and t»p left is the central gallery. Lower photo shows unusual balcony and walk-way of the home. Young Slayer May Go Free Topless African Dancers In N.Y. By MARY CAMPBELL NEW YORK (AP) — Les Ballets Africalns from the Republic of Guinea opened on Broadway Wednesday night amid a stir over whether a city ruling about •"topless" applied. The ruling, which bans topless waitress costumes, was held to apply for a preview performance Tuesday night. However, Mayor John V. L,indsay said before the opening that the ruling need not apply and he didn't know who had ordered the women dancers to wear blouses for the preview. Women did appear bare above the waist in some of the dance sequences, but there was nolii- ing salacious about the opening night performance. Its tone was the Idnd of exciting dignity which athletes achieve when they do something superbly and unselfconsciously, causing enjoyment to themselves and everyone who sees them. ST. LOUIS (AP) — A confession by Carlos Scruggs, 14, in connection with the murder of bus driver Wecter J. dark, cannot be used as evidence In ScFugg's trial. Circuit Judge Robert L. Aronson ruled Wednesday. The judge sustained a motion by defense attorney James J. Rankin. Aronson said he hasti his decision on a recent state Supreme Court judgment that juveniles must be taken immediately to juvenile authorities after their arrest. Scruggs and Carl Robinson, also 14, have been certified for trial as adults in the case. Clark ivas shot to death June 16 during a robbery on his bus. Joseph Noskay, Robinson'i attorney, said Wednesday he planned to file a similar motion to Rankin's which the judge has sustained. Rankin said in iiis motion that his client was questioned before being placed in the custody of juvenile officers. Scruggs and Robinson are scheduled for trial on the murder charge Monday. STATE FAIR SET SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) — The 1967 Dlinois State Faur wiU be held Aug. 11-20, manager Franklin Rust announced today. RAY SAYS: "MOVE 'EM OUT! it Mo-Pac Plans Improvements ST. LOUIS (AP) — Missouri Pac'itic raih:oad president Downing B. Jenks said Wednesday the MOPAC would spend J20 million on improvements in 1967. Jenks said the. improvements include laying 298 miles of track — 171 miles of relay track and 127 miles of new welded rail. The major track projects will be between Traskwood. Ark., and Gum Springs, Ark.; between Coughran, Tex. and Three Rivers, Tex.; between Port Barre, La., and Loreauville, La. and between Marshall, Tex. and Longview, Tex. The raihxiad's Dupo, 111., facilities also will be doubled, Jenks said. LBJ Goes Strong For Tapioca WASHINGTON CAP) - President Johnson may turn out to be the best friend a tapioca pudding ever had. He can't say enough for the stuff. Take Thursday night. He loolted at the big, fancy cake turned out by the White House chef for the 32nd anniversary of Joiinson's marriage to Lady Bird. "It is pretty," he said, "but I think I will have to have tapioca." It was that way all day at Bethesda Naval Hospital. In his hospital suite, the convalescent President told reporters he couldn't remember his menu — but "I know I had tapioca." And off he went: "Tapioca has less calories than any other dessert that you can get and it has great advantages when it is made with skim milk and Suca- ryl." He said it is easy to make, filling, satisfying and low On calories. By Johnson's account, a heaping cup of tapioca has 109 calo­ rics; a serving of ice cream has 200 to 250. At his anniversary party, Johnson sent for a dish of leftover tapioca and fed spoonfuls to reporters, pointing out the calorie count. He said Zephyr Wright, the family cook, makes tapioca for him in big batches, and puts it up in containers. Farm Bureau Seeks State income Tax CHICAGO (AP) - The Illinois Agricultural Association has come out in favor of a flat rate state income tax on individuals and partnerships. The proposal, voted Thursday at the lAA's 52nd annual convention, would limit the tax to 5 per cent maximum. It also was tied to a condition that "a substantial portion of the revenue be returned to local taxing bodies to relieve personal property and real estate taxes." The lAA also urged legislation to provide guidelines for reapportionment of local governmental agencies and legislative districts. The guidelines, an lAA resolution said, "should permit county boards, or the boards of other governmental agencies, to establish districts and provide for election of one board member from each of such districts." Some 3,000 members attended the four-day meeting, at which NEW YORK (AP)--State Supreme Court Justice Matthew M. Levy today ordered Rep. Adam Qayton Powell, Harlem Democrat, to surrender to the sheriff on Nov. 23 to begin serving a 30-day jail term for criminal contempt of court. In his order. Levy said Powell would be liable to an additional 60-day term if he defaulted in paying a $500 fine which was part of the sentence imposed on Nov. 4. Powell was reported today to be in the Bahamas. The Harlem minister and congressman was told to give himself up at 10:30 a.m. at the Court House on Nov. 23. A Supreme Court jury found that PoweU had willfuUy failed to answer five court directives and orders last Oct. 10. Later, Levy found Powell guilty of criminal contempt for breaking two of the five directives. Last Sunday Powell returned to New York to celebrate his 38th year as pastor of Harlem's Abyssinian Baptist Church. The order for his arrest for criminal contempt had not been signed at that time. If Powell surrenders, he would be lodged in the civU jail in Manhattan, where most of the inmates are serving sentences growing out of marital litigation. Powell's troubles stem from his failure to pay a $164,000 libel judgment he owes Esther James, a 68-year-old Harlem widow. A jury found in 1963 that he had defamed her by calling her a "bag woman," or graft collector for corrupt police, on a television show tliree yetirs earlier. I Through her attorney, Raymond Rubin, Mrs. James has made a relentless effort to collect the judgment, but PoweU has refused to even submit to a financial examination to determine whether he could pay it Chopper Falls In Sea; Two Missing SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) Two of seven persons aboard a Navy helicopter are missing today after ditching. 100 miles offshore west of San Clemente Island, the Navy said. TTie SH3A Sea King helicopter was reported missing half an hour after leaving the aircraft carrier Hornet to Ream Field, near San Diego. An air-sea search was launched by the Navy and Ciiast Guard, including aircraft from the aircraft carriers Yorktown and Hornet. A small boat from the Yorktown picked up three sumvors. They were identified as Lt. (j,g.) A. E. White, 26, the copilot, of Chula Vista, Calif.; H. B. Estrada, 24, a crewman, of Chula Vista, and Lt. Cmdr. L. R. Jacobson, a passenger, of North Island Naval Air Station. The pilot of the helicopter was identified as Cmdr. William E, Todd. 37, of Chula Vista. Names of the others were withheld, pending notification of relatives. A 300-foot ceiling and a light drizde hampered HM warcb, the Navy stdd. AUCTION Th* houiaheld property of Bob and YuVonn* Barbeeri 100 no,rlh 33rd will ba told at auction, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 79, at 1:30 p.m. 1 Paean king (iz* bad and doubl* dratier, Ilka naw. 1 36x48 pecan framed mirror. 2 White French provincial twin bad* and matching chetls. 1 12x12 100% acrilon rug. T 9x12 100% nylon rug. 1 Hotpoint range, like new. 2 Matching barrel chain. 2 Matching modern ehairt. 1 Walnut end table. 1 Walnut child craft cheit. I Baby bed. 1 Bathinette. 1 Antique piano. T Walnut dinette-< black leath«» chalri, 7 montht old. Toys—all in good condition. 1 Service for 4 aet of diihea, extr» piecea. Many oulitanding dscorator Itema too numeroua to mention. In ea»» of bad weather will be held inaldo. ROY TAYIOR, Auctioneer , Term»—Net Caah Not reaponslble for accident* Johnson said he takes them William J. Kuhfuss of Mackinaw along when he goes to the LBJ was re-elected as president. Ranch in Texas — or goes to the Harold E. Hartley of Centralia hospital. was re-elected vice president. He said no one can match her Two new directors were elect- tapioca, ed, Howard R. Stuckey of Piper The Mcnt Blanc tunnel, 7^ miles long, is an all-season link between Italy and France through the Alps. City and Lyle E. Grace of Urbana, both to two-year-terms. Other district directors were reelected. The lAA also proposed setting a later date for its annual meeting, preferably in early December. Comirtit toineiiaory Memorize the two wordw "Jim Beam" on the labet They tepresenC six gei>erations of Bourbon kh6W '}ioin Pour. Relax. Eitjoy your 4>unk. Life's simpler now— even for a secret agent. OVERSEAS DELIVERY AVAILABLE Big Money Savings TRAaORS NEW BALERS COMBINES Nov. - Dec. Clearance Days Now's the time to buy that new International Harvester Tractor, (Baler or Combine) you've been wanting, and SAVE MONEY, TOO! Howr Just listen to this: During NOyEiyiB;ER-PE^ CLEARANCE DAYS ybii con buy at a special discount price ... and, because your Finance Charges will be paid welt into 1967, you make BIG MONEY SAVINGS. Don't wait until Spring. COME IN NOW, AND SAVE! See Ed Wood Or Any Of The Friendly Penonnel At Make sure you like if before you buy if. You know how long Volkswagens last Ray Tibbs Waltonvilie Road Fhone 242-1267 like it ornot, lliot's a Ve1ltswagen,\A/ith ell the faeouf/ of the funny -lbolcing one. An air -cooled engine that can't boil over.orfre6zeondoveFoges27 miles per Oollon of gos. Which it prelty good for o car thdt goes 84 miles per hour. We not only put in a lot of what moltej the bug so nice. We olso put in o lot of what mokes the bug so nice for so long. Sweat. The Volkswagen Fostbock is made Ihe tame way Volkswagens were made ten years ago. Since most of them ore still around, that couldn't be too barf.\_,„^ It goes through 3,120 inspections. NoH»» tog gets into the car that isn't perfect. For o scratch on the door that only o lioined VW inspector could ever see, we'll scratch the whole door. We even fake a lot of pains with what you can see. The paint job involves 2 chemical baths, 3 sondings (one by hand) and 4 coats of point. So first be sure you like »he fosfbacL Then be sure to pick o color you con live with o long time. Motors, Inc. Route No. 5, Soiem Rood Mt. Vernon^ lllinoit For (Mm'So Real You'll Think S«riM GH.704 »»«• tub. (ov .Mll dl, WS*q. in.^ictur* RJCAVICTOR C®LOR RCA Hi-Lite Color Tube with Perma-Chrome for Bright, Sharp Color Viewing Thrill to color realism so bright, so brilliatit, you'll think you are there. RCA glare-proof rectangular Hi-Lite Color Tube with new Perma-Chrome delivers locked-ln purity with no changes in color fidelity during warm-up period, 25,000-volt Deluxe Color chassis... RCA Automatic Color Purifier... one-set VHf^ fine tuning that "remembers" to give you the best picture. These are just a few of the many reasons why RCA Victor is America's first choice in Color. NEW RCA «o1W Integrated circuits represent a malor advance in TV circuit design. One tiny Integrated element performs key FM sound functions, provides exceptional reliability and long life, fEfllHERSTUn 1112 Broadway I Top Brands • Top Tradtt • Top Servica Dial -A- 2444)322 1^ 2444)323

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