Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 7, 1963 · Page 13
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS 13 HOMES FOR AMERICANS • JACOBY ON BRIDGE LEAD FROM KINO TOUGH DECISION By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. East won the club opening with -the king and led his singleton trump. South studied the hand a long while because .there was no clear cut line of play. Eventually he played two NORTH 7 • J964 VKJ1095 • AQ7 *a WKST EAST (D) • 853 42 V 83 VAQ76 • 9632 4KJ10 *0853 + AKJ74 SOUTH • AKQ107 • 854 + Q108 Both- vulnerable •sat Sooth Wee* Norifc 1* 14 Paa 44 Pass Pan Pan Opening k*d—4» wwi Leva BI-LEVEL RANCH - Homes for Americans Plan HA302C, with 1,495 square feet on the main living level, includes the best features on this new design idea. Family kitchen is at the front and the living and dining rooms are at the back, with access to the rear balcony. There are three bedrooms and a fourth can be ntil' ized on the lower level, where there is also a recreation room, two-car garage, ample storage, a laundry and a third bath. The lower level contains 1,495 square feeU Architect is Lester Cohen, Room 704, 48 W. 48th St., New York 36, N.Y. NEGROES PICKET N.Y. NITE CLUB Is It Wrong To Jazz Up The Old Gospel Songs? NEW YORK (AP)-Are jazzed-j '. '. up gospel songs blasphemous? S||| WA r If C n A n The question was debated Tues -I J 1 u TTVI IV 3 II Is p day night in front of the Sweet Chariot, a supper club in the Times Square theater district. A Negro religious group gathered before the club on West 46th Street and sang Negro spirituals for hours to protest the club's "prostituting of religious longs and symbols of the church." The club s entertainers and waitresses—the latter called "angels" and wearing skimpy costumes with wings—came outside to engage in a song duel. "Oh, when the saints, go march- in' in," sang the 22 employes, in the same fashion as the jazzed- up gospel songs which the club features. The church group responded: "Swing low, sweet chariot, conv In' for to carry me home. . . ." Theatergoers, with nothing to do during intermission, flocked over. They quickly took sides, singing With the group they championed. One "angel" carried a sign reading, "Have Gospel Song, Will Travel." Another held a sign saying, "We practice integration — Your picketing is discrimination in reverse." The Rev. C. S. Stamps of the Metropolian Baptist Church in Harlem, who led the religious group, said the club was "blaspheming religious hymns." His supporters carried signs saying "Religious songs should not be used in a place of this nature." A club spokesman said many of the so-called gospel hymns were written by Tin Pan Alley composers and are ligitimate nightclub fare. more rounds of trumps, led a.' heart and played dummy's nine. East won with the queen, but there was no way for him to beat the hand since the only. I additional trick he could make) would be the ace of heart ] , A diamond opening by West |would have surely set the hand. 11 East thought that a heart lead .might have also set it. East was| [wrong there. South could make I the hand against a heart open-' ing if he played it exactly j right. i However, East could have | made a play at trick two that would have beaten the con-; tract. All he had to do was to llead any one of his three! diamonds. il Then he would lead another diamond when he got in with | the first heart and would have, established a diamond trick before declarer could set up the hearts. I Strangely enough, if East had held queen-jack-ten of diamonds instead of king-jack-ten he would have thought of the play. It really is tough to lead away from a king up to the ace- queen in dummy. For 64 pages of easy-to-'inder- Istand bridge tips, order your copy of "Win at Bridge With Oswald Jacoby." Just send your name, address, and 50 cents to: Oswald Jacoby Reader Service, c/o Mt. Vernon Register-News, P. O. Box 489, Dept. A, Radio City Station, New York 19, N.Y. METHODISTS IN OHIO COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Methodists are the only Protestant denomination with a church in every one of Ohio's 88 counties. Presbyterians have a church in all but one county. On Music Methods Here Aug. 12-23 CARBONDALE, 111.—A workshop in elementary music meth ods for non-music majors will be conducted by Southern Illinois University in Mt. Vernon August 12-23, Raymond H. Dey, dean of the Division of University Extension, has announced. Offered for three hours credit toward a major in elementary education, the workshop will be conducted by Charles Taylor, associate professor of music education. The group will meet from 8 to 11:30 a. m. daily Monday through Friday of each week at the Mt. Vernon Township High School. 'VISJON' DISCOUNTED CORPUS CHRISTT, Tex. tm —Claims of a Catholic housewife that the Virgin Mary appeared to her at a ranch near Alice, Tex., have been discounted by Roman Catholic Bishop Mariano S. Garriga of Corpus Christi. "After careful investigation and interrogation of the woman herself, we have arrived at the decision that the apparition is not a fact," he said, instructing I Catholics not to visit the place and "above all not to give credence to the stories of the so- called cures that have taken place. There is no medical foundation to substantiate the so-called miraculous cures." About 19,000 people had visited the place, with the ranch owner charging $1 per car. SIU Country Column WATCH FOR THEM John Sr. & John Jr. TRADITION RUTLAND, Vt. (AP)—When Madelyn Stafford was graduated from Middlebury (VT.) College, she was the third generation of her family to receive a bachelor's degree from that institution. Her grandfather, the late Bert Stafford, graduated from Middlebury in 1901. Her father, Congressman Robert T. Stafford, a trustee of the college, was graduated in 1935. And her mother is also an alumna, class of 1938. Tt Lfvt Longer and Livt Better • WIN Your '"Battle o^tAc Gulfc EXTRA INCHES and pounds ere health hazard*, signals to •tart reducing now. Remember, in almost ovsry caso ovtf- weight Is due to overeating. So diet can do the job. Before you start dieting, be sure to consult your doctor. Then do what he tells you, especially about eating the protective foods that supply proteins, vitamins, minerals. He will likely prescribe supplementary vitamins, also, to insure good nutrition. When he does, rely on our Phamttekt for "just what the Doctor ordered'". DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE By ALBERT MEYER I . Crop management and weather seem to affect the duration jof alfalfa stands in many parts of southern Illinois more than 1 [bacterial wilt disease, according to a summary of several years of alfalfa management and variety rtudies at Southern i Illinois University by SIU crops specialist Herbert L. Portz. The work was carried on between ,1958 and 1962 at the Agronomy [Research Center operated jointly at Carbondale by SIU and the University of Illinois. I Here are some points brought out by Portz: DuPuits and Vernal varieties of alfalfa gave better results than the Buffalo and Ranger (varieties, whether seeded alone or in grass mixture. Both averaged better than five tons per acre under both pasture and hay cutting schedules. Buffalo mixtures averaged 4.8 tons per acre. During the last two years of the experiment, yields of all the alfalfa-grass mixtures were better under the hay schedule of three cuttings per season than under the simulated pasture condition of four cuttings. Du- jPuits varieties, which lecover faster after cutting end mature .sooner than the others, may [yield more under the pasture than the hay schedule. Hence, farmers wanting to include alfalfa in a pasture mixture would have better results with Du-i Puits than some other varieties. I Orchardgrass is most com-j [petitive in reducing alfalfa' stands in hay or pasture mixtures, cutting the stand nearly, 20 per cent more than timothy: [alone in the mixture. However, ' orchardgrass also keeps out weeds more than the other hay [grasses. Hence, the farmer who [wants hay as weed-free as possible may get slightly better, yields from a mixture cf alfalfa, i ladino clover, timothy and or­ chardgrass. Grass mixtures stem to help reduce frost heaving in alfalfa in wet seasons or low areas when freezing and thawing occurs in winter or spring. Severe frost heaving occurred in south- Illinois in 1958 and 1962 with most of the variety and .management plots ruined in 1 1962. 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