Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 23, 1966 · Page 5
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TO BE ALIVE' BOOK NEW YORK (^1 — An Academy Award winning movie called "To Be Alive!" is coming to life in a new form. , The hit film, which di'ew more than five million persons to the Johnson Wax Pavilion at the recent New York World's Fair, has been translated into a book. It will be published this fall by the Macmillan Company, with more than 300 reproductions from the original motion picture negative and with a new text by Alaslair Reid. The 18-minute documentary film on universal ,ioys of living produced by Francis Tliompson and Alexander Hiunmid, was recently selected to be shown at the United Nations pavilion at the Montreal Expo '67 fair next year. CHURCH TO BE JAIL LIBERTY, S. C. (AP) - Part of tile sanctuary which previously housed the First Baptist Church congregation here is to become a tovm jail, church officials disclosed, after the property was sold to the community and the congregation moved to a new building. LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Premier Antonio de Oliveira Salazar's party paper today rejected a petition from opponents ol the regime for a nationwide debate on political and adminis- ti-ative questions. Diario da Manha in a front­ page editoi-ial said "dialogue is impossible" with opponents of the 77-year-old premier's government. YOUTH REVIVill SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 605 So. 34th Street Nov. 25th Thru 27th 7:30 P.M EACH EVENING BILL COX, JR., Speaker JIM BURTON, Speaker SPECIAL MUSIC BY CHRISTIANAIRES Music Directed By CLARENCE BERNARD EVERYONE WELCOME! W. C. WHITTINGTON, Pastor AT THANKSGIVING HOP—The talented "Ivy Five Combo," above, is well known In this community and the surrounding; communities. The local boys are donating their time and talent for Uie Thanltsglving: hop dance that Is to be held In the Community Center Friday, November 26. Every teenager in invited to attend this dance. All proceeds go to the Cerebral Palsy ot this area, a worthy cause. Left to right ta the above picture are Charles Lee, Randy Martin, Dale Williams, John Lee, Clint Webb, Jeff Webb. (Delo Photo Craft) Wayne Family Plans Movie On Viet War By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — No major movie has been made about the conflict in Viet Nam. Now the Wayne family aims to correct that condition. Universal Pictures has announced the forthcoming production of "Green Berets," to star John Wayne with Michael Wayne as producer. Michael is the handsome 31-year- old son of John and president of Batjac Productions, which com- t)rises the Wayne empire. The younger Wayne reported on the Viet Nam film: "The story is based on the Robin Moore book which has sold three million copies and created a great deal of conti'o- versy. At first we had heard that • David Wolper had bought the rovel, so. we lost interest. But then we found out that Wolper had dropped his option, and we started negotiations to buy it " 'The Green Berets' seemed ideal for two reasons: 1. It is a subject that is controversial and topical — something that is on everyone's mind; 2. This is a new kind of war witli a variety of new-fangled weapons that have never been shown in a movie before. Tlie whole thing seemed to offer an excellent vehicle for my father and two other top stars." The Waynes hired as writer James Lee Barettt, who had written the hard-hitting "The D.I." for Jack Webb and "Shenandoah," last year's Civil War film with James Stewart. The project was taken up with the Pentagon, since the film makers would need use of troops and equipment to create a convincing picture of the Viet war. "They were extremely cooperative," said Mike Wayne of the Washington brass. "They encouraged us in the project and were happy that it was in the hands of responsible people." Producer Wayne said Re hoped to get the film into production early in 1967. It would be made mostly oji location, beginning at Ft. Bragg with training of the Special Forces and continuing to a simulation of the Viet Nam terrain, the original being too hazardous for film making. Wayne suggested the Philippines or Panama might do. The two other stars? Wayne's current hope: Lee Mai-vin and Steve McQueen. FAMILY INCOME UP NEW YORK (^)—U.S. family income is going up nearly three times as fast as the cost of living, according to a study by Meinhard-Commerclal Corporation. Last yeai-'s median family income of $6,882 — th^ amount which divided aU incomes into two equal groups, one higher and one lower — increased 44 pei'cent over the 1956 figure. In the, same 10-year period, the firm said, tlie Bureau of Labor's consumer price index rose only 16 per cent. Last year's median income was up 4.8 per cent over 1964 compared with a 1.7 per cent increase in the cost of living. Farrington Center Mr. and Mrs. Syria Spangler of Texico visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ward Willis. Monday. The Shields Unit of Home Extension met Thursday in the home of Mrs. Lorainc Donoho. Mrs. Donoho gave the lesson on your personality in decorating your home. Violet Coil gave the minor lesson on safe drinking water. Cards were signed and sent to sick friends. Mrs. Lela Pierce and daughter were guests New members were Mrs. Sadie Paul and Mrs. Daisy Coil. Refreshments were sei-ved by the hostess and assisted by Aletta French. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson attended the funeral services for Edd McConnaughhay at the Needmore Church in Marion County, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Tate's grandson. Franklin Ellis Is ill at his home in Albuquerque, N.M., He would enjoy cards and letters. His address is Franklin Ellis, 1839 Talomas Street, Albuquerque, New Mexico.-STU. Mrs. Harvey Hays and son of Rockford called on Mrs. . Vern Woodrome, Saturday. Kenneth Michael and family of CenU-alia visited in the Delbert Donoho home, Sunday. Inez Bond, Meda Fox, Velma Cai-penter and Sharon Carpenter attended the Carnival at Old Union School. Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Potter of Bluford visited their niece in the Shriners Hospital in St. Louis, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hanson and baby of Belle Rive were dinner guests Saturday night in the Delbert Donoho home. Friends of Kathy French helped her celebrate her tenth birthday, Sunday afternoon. Inez Bond, Susie Clark, Jessie Holloway and Med Fox attended the revival meeting at the Marlow Church, Thursday night. Rev. and Mrs. Jack Hargraves were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holloway. Mrs. Nora Gasti'on of Salem visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pierce and Maiy Clark Sunday. Euell Clark of luka visited his mother, Mary Clark, Sunday. Mrs. Erie Minor, Mr. and Mi's. Mark Marlow and Mary Oark ROOFING SIDING INSULATION FREE ESTIMATES Alamlnam Stonn WIndpwe, Doors and Awnings. NEAL BROS. ROOFING CO. DIAL 243.0805 421 Broadway visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Donoho, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glea.son Byars 1 and Jessie Holloway attended j the Jefferson County Singing | Convention at Harmony Church Sunday afternoon. Rev. and .Mrs. Dwight Roger of Xenia attended church scr-; vices at Weils Chapol .Sunday night. Rev. Roger delivered the sermon. Mary Potter vi.sitod Mr. and Mrs. Roy Potter in Blulovd, Sunday. . . . Meda Fox, Cor. t AIRPORT CAFE WILL BE OPEN THANSGIVING DAY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24 Dinner Served From 11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. Make Reservalions Eoriy DIAL 244-2243 We're Open From 6 A.M. to 4 P.M. 1 >^'SAVE,AT i^rl Look! You won't believe the price! CHARGE IT! .1' CHILDREN'S REAL reg. to 6.00 BOOTS $488 Only a very special purchase from a famous maker makes if poitibia lo MtlfffMf this terrific value in time for Christmas gifting. Your young "ranch hand" will f0«» .1 their grovvn-op styling. You'll love their fine quality! • Authentic Wesfern^fyling • Long-wearing top grade leother • Sixes 4 to 8, 872 to 3 ? WEBSm HILL ESTATES Presents a North Richview Road ^ B SI 2ir I iiil m o South MBSm HILL ESTATES 1 Block West of 27th Street on Richview^ Road SATURDAY, NOV. 25 - 1 TO 6 P.M. SUNDAY, NOV. 26 - 1 TO 8 P.M. iir Located In The City Limits Average. Vi Acre Lots ir All Underground Electrical Wiring (The Only Subdivision In This Area) All Underground Telephone Line •ir Curb And Guttering if City Water And Sewerage DISPLAY HOME Contractor, BILL BEASLEY Located on Lot 27 will be open to the public these two days and will be FOR SALE with all the following features: •k Medallion Home ir Beautifully Landscaped -k I»t Over Vi Acre ir Circle Drive * Z,468 Sq. Ft. Of House * Central Mueller Heat and Air ConditJon- Inf; -k Ciirpetcd ir Brick Fireplace With Marble Hearth -k 2 Tiled Baths With Marble Vanities * Fomial Dining Boom ic 4 Bedrooms * Paneled Double Garage if laree Family Room With Seville Walnut Wood Paneling; ir 3 Patios .Accessed By Slidinir Glass Doors ic Built-in tappan Electric Rane-e and Double Oven ir Range Hood and Vent Fan ir Dishwasher Tappan ir- Tappan Silent Garba«:e Disposal ir Formica Kitchen Counter Toii ir Torginol PloorinK ir Beauttful Ughtlng: Fixtures * Storm Windows and ScrceuN ir Beautiful Built -in Cabinets In Seville Walnut ir Marble Entrance ir Fibreglass Insulation (SldewaUs Thick And CeilinR 6" Fibreglass) Furniture By Francis Furniture Draperies By Dean's Trim Shop China By Jackson Jewelers For Further Information See or Call OR. and MRS. KENNETH CLARK—Phone 242-2513 or 242-0853 MEDALLION HOME '•liiiliiiiiiiiii You are invited to attend an open house FEATURING: |i^f LIGHT FOR LIVING For addiiig new beauty to furniture, drapes, and rooms, and for reducing eye fatigue. ADEQUATE WIRING Up to date wiring. . . iorluy and for the future. ^ MAJOR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES To help the home owner live better, electrically. f^f GOLDEN AWARD KITCHEN Designed witli an oflicient work area iind systeinized storage. SATURDAY 1 TO 6 P.M. SUNDAY 1 TO 8 P.M. WEBSTER HILL ESTATES Located 1 Block West of 27th Street On Richyiew Rood IT'S OUR BUSINESS TO SERVE YOU BETTER ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY

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