Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 22, 1966 · Page 14
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 14

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Tuesday, November 22, 1966
Page 14
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14 THE REGlSTER-f^EWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1966 TURKEY TIME comes for U.S. serricemen in Viet Nam, too, as evidenced by stockpaes of frozen turkeys accu- inulatmg in Saigon. Mountains of gobblers were shipped to the war zone for Thanksgiving and Christmas, to feed tooops who won't be home with their families. Youths Riot Against Sunset Strip Curfew HOLLYWOOD (AP) — From the police car blared the amplified warning: "Attention. Attention. It Is now past ,10 p.m. The curfew law is now in effect. Anyone remEiining in the area under 18 years old will be arrested." Teen-agers on crowded, neon- lit Sunset Boulevard — some conventionally dressed, many NORMAN HARMON S18B S. 10th St. Mt. Vernon, 111. Phones: 242-2744 Off ice—243-3382 Home This man can save you 10%, 15%. or more on your auto, home or business insurance! MILLERS MUTUia OF ILLINOIS INSURANCB AUTO • HOMI tUSINESS with shaggy beards, hair or clothing — have heard the message often recently. It may mean a new face for the Sunset Strip, once a place for good food, adult night clubbing, elegant jazz; now a place for youngsters to dance frenetically and clog weekend traffic to a standstill. Many, having autos, can visit the area from distant parts of the Los Angeles area. , In two weekends of protesting the 10 p.m. curfew, more than 200 have been arrested on charges ranging from curfew violation to battery against a police officer. Saturday 400 policemen quelled disturbances involving 1.000. Reactions — and proposed action — have been varied. Some say the strip has become run-down, tawdry; the County Board of Supervisors should repeal the ordinance allowing teen-age dancing in night clubs. Others — adults as well as teen-agers — say it is the curfew ordinance that should go. Disturbances began when policemen increased enforcement of the curfew ordinance on the strip. This brought taunts, rock- and-egg throwing, some property damage, and a plethora of protesting signs and pamphlets arguing against the ordinance as the "shackoing of 15-year- olds." Owners of some clubs and restaurants had said unruly juveniles were hurting their business. Some citizens talk about what they call teen-age anarchy, others about what they call the rights of teen-agers. Both sides agree that the time has come for the Sunset Strip to take on a new image. WE'LL DO ANyTHING FOR MONEyj "9t hni 9s a mkis the Ma hippy" PAIRS a "-"''^ ^ That's Why Liberty Gasoline iW-'^^k offering you first quality, ^tesi, 15-denler seamless nylon / m -fW^s^. mesh stockings wHh reinforced heel _ ^ ^im^ "'^''^y •i & mmk three pairs for just one dollar and three Liberty cash register receipts. Suitable for formal or casual vvear. Made by America's leading manufacturer of nylon hose. Nylons mailed to your home postage free. Chok:e of beige or taupe tone. Sizes 8>// through 11. Long, medium or short Just enclose one dollar and three Liberty Gasoline cash register receipts with attached coupon and mail to: tiberty Nylon Offer • P.O. Box PI* Burlington, N.C.2721S Pay Cash and Sav<i...on gasolina...on nylons. LIBERTY dASOIp-IIMB We'll Do Aoything for Money... Even Sell Nylons for Cash Money SEE YOUR UBERTY STATION FOR MORE COUPONS Please send me set(s) of three pairs of seamless nylon hose. Enclosed is $1.00 in cash, plus three Liberty cash register receipU, for each set ordered. PLEASE PRINT. CHECK Size: ^814 9 —5% 10 ^10V4 Length: __Short —.-Medium __U>n0 Color: «_Belge ..j"aupe ASHLEY Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seibert visited her brother, Harold Stout in the OkawviUe Nursing Home Sunday. mt. Marie Sands left for Boston, Mas.<;., Thursday morning by place from St. Louis to pisit her daughter, and nusband, Mr. and Mrs. John Stephen. Mrs. C. B. Walls accompanied her to St Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Sensel and family of Cahokia spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Lorraine Sencel and Mrs. Helen Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Martin, 'Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Grisham a children of Centralia visited Mrs. Nettie Martin Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Hoelscher and family of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nadolski of Nashville spent Saturday with IVIr, and Mrs. Ben Nadolski and son, Paul. Mrs. Carl Stephens and child- renj Mrs. James Green were in I Centralia, Thursday. Mrs. Eddie Kemper of Nashville spent Monday with her |motl)er, Mrs. laUie Green. Mr. and Mrs. Langely Wade and children of Troy, Mo., and [Mrs. Andrew Nadolski of Hash- ville spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nadolski. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens and sons of Centralia spent Sunday with Mrs. Mabel Stockton. Mrs. Elizabeth Michaels and Mrs. Merle Poole were callers in Centralia Saturday evening. Mrs. Roy Coultas, Mrs. Ollle Dubois, Mrs. Nettie Martin, Mrs. Marietta Boldt, Mr. Violet Pitchford, Mr. apd Mrs. F.G. Schleif [attended the Rebekah Lodge in Nashville Monday evening. Charles Sensel Sr. and son, lOiarles spent Monday in Belleville with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steurer and sons, Robert and David. Mrs. Sensel accompanied them home after a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vandenberg of Chicago, were Wednesday dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coultas. Rev. and Mrs. Loren Ramsey of Mulkeytown visited Mr. and Mrs. George McNail Sunday. Mrs. Leola McNail and sister, Mrs. Wilma Smith of St. Louis I; are spending a few days visiting in Mt Zion neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Robinson of Mt. Vernon were callers in Ashley Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Newcomb and Mrs. Delores Phelps shopped in St. Louis Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken. Markwardt and son. Bob of Brighton spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jones. Mr. and Mys. Wayne WUson and children of Mt. Vernon spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schultz and daughter, Terri of Salem spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Breaswell and children Stacy and Darin of Belleville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Loren Neiderhoeffer a Mr. and Mrs. Edward Braswell. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nadol- iski of Nashville spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nadolski and son, Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohl- meyers of Richview, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kane of Sandoval, Walter Steig of Okawville and Mrs. Ellen Edwards of Beau Coup visited Mrs. S.T. Dubois Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Severs and son, Alan and Mrs. Donna Quarterman were dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Asa Barnett at Scheller Sunday. IVIr. and (Mrs. James Green called in the afternoon. Mr. and IVIrs. James Green were callers in Centralia, Sandoval and Mt. Vernon Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Jack of Beau Coup visited Wc. and Mrs. Stephen Zeman and sons Sunday. Mrs. Doris Kerry and Mrs. Lela Shanks called on Ida Shanks in Centralia Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Jolm Merkelbacfc of Sandoval spent Sunday \^th Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Houser and Mrs. Kate Sensel spent Friday and Saturday in Ashley. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Hoelscher and family of Belleville, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nadolski of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Langely Wade and family of Troy, Mo., Adeline and Rozella Nadolski of Mt. Vernon spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nadolski and son. Mrs. Reva Coultas, Cor. MT. VGRNONITES HONORED—These Mt. Vernon residents received honora at the snnnsi awarda dinner of the sontJiem muiols chapter of the American Institute of Architects. The home of Dr. and Mrs. Morris ehnan, on Wchvlew Road, won the top award for design hi 1966. From the left are Robert Upps. general contractor for extensive remodeltag and additions to the home; Dr. Zehnan; Mrs. Zeiman; George Ansele\1cius, professor of architecture at Washington University and chairman of the awards Jury; and Jack Goldman of the firm of Fields Goldman and Magee, which designed the Zelman home. (Delo Photo Craft) Lomdon JOhmbn 's ington Balnea, was once president ither, George Wash- of Baylor Untvenity. Earopean discovery replaces firewood! C»nn«l coti, wWeh hn brlghttncd th« fireplaeet of norfhtrn furop* for yairi, it new avillibl* her*. Ttiti unlqu* ceal burni longer then wood, with • lilghtr, ehwrler fltm*. It provWet more hett, end \tavtt • bed of eoili thef glowi^ for houri. For your convenience we.hive packed our cinnel coal in 10-lb. bagi. Merely to** e bag on the fire for over tliree liour* of brigiit, entertaining flame*. Your hand* *tay clean, your carpet itayi free of laWduit.: Get more enloyment from your fireplace by iwitching to cannel coel now. 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