Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 8, 1963 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 7 "FEDERAL CONTROL OF INDUSTRY" Lawmen From Oil States Blast JFK's Committee By LARRY OSIUS Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - House members from oil producing states have taken some stifl swipes at a petroleum study com mittee report made at President Kennedy's request. Members from other areas also took aim at the administration's oil policies—from from another quarter. The controversy flared Tuesday as several members took the House floor to discuss the petroleum study report. Rep. Ed Foreman, D-Tex., called the report a "nefarious document." Rep. Bob Dole, R-Kan., said domestic fuels producers "will Ibe exposed to increased harmful competition from cheap foreign oil" if the report is followed. A committee representing sev eral government departments reported July 10 that domestic crude oit prices are "substantially higher than they would be in the absence of import controls." The committee noted, however, that sudden elimination of the present import controls might lead plummeting oil prices and TWO OF A KIND John Sr. & John Jr. PUBLIC AUCTION economic distress in certain areas of the nation. "No immediate sharp change in the level of imports can be justified as prudent," the report said, but added, "at the same time it is Imperative that domestic petro- Jleum casts be reduced to permit a narrowing of the difference between U.S. and foreign prices." Dole said "top officials of this (administration make no secret of the fact they believe controls on imports of oil should be removed, and this foreign oil be permitted to enter the country and compete with our domestic oil and coal for markets." , Rep. Tom Steed, D-Okla., term- ling the report dangerous, said it "reflects more idealism than realism and clearly points to more federal control of the industry." He said the domestic oil industry was being asked to cut its economic throat in the name of meeting competition. But Rep. Silvio Conte, R-Mass., said there isn't enough cheap oil being imported as it is. He blamed it on "a synical political liaison" | between the Kennedy administration and the coal industry. But Conte, in remarks inserted in the Congressional Record, castigated the administration for limiting the importation of cheap fuel In New England and the Atlantic (Coast states. He charged that restrictions on fuel imports were established "so that the present occupant of the White House, who opposed these quotas when he was a member of the Senate, can curry political favor in West Virginia and Pennsylvania," both coal producing states. • JACOBY ON BRIDGE SECOND CHANCE RARELY OFFERED By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. When you should open the bidding, but elect to pass the chances are that you will never be able to make up for the error. Even if a second chance is [offered, the type who passes an opening hand is not likely to Imake the right decision later on. East only had 11 points in high cards, but he had a nice six card spade suit and a fine two suiter. An opening bid was WJ5S3P 4AQ87 V 10843 • K9» *Q2 NORTH ! A None V65 • J107-S4. *K 10 8 6 5.3 EAST (D) • J109652 VKQJ83 • A8 • None SOUTH *K4S f A7 • Q62 • AJ874 Both vulnerable South West North 1* Double 4* 6 4> Pass Pass Opening lead—4 A East Pass 44 I Have Sold My Farm I will sell at Public Auction at farm home located two miles south of Wnltonvllle and six miles north of Sesscr, on Route 148, the following described personal property on Saturday, August 10 Beginning nt 1:00 p.m. promptly, 1 New Holland Hay Baler; 1 Allls Chalmers Combine; 1 John Deere Two Row Corn Planter; 1 Metal HOR Feeder: 1 Lot of Garden Tools; 1 Homko 24" Lawn Mower; 1 Box Trailer (Two Wheel); 1 Extension Ladder; 1 Electric Chicken Battery; 1 Mitchell Air Conditioner; 2 Electric Window Fans; 2 Radio- Phono Combinations; 1 0x12 Wool Rug and Pad; 1 Two Piece Living Room Suite; 1 Three Piece Bedroom Suite; 1 Wardrobe; 2 End Tables and Coffee Table; 2 Hassocks; 1 Utility Table; 1 White China Cabinet; 1 Metal Utility Cabinet; t Metal Ironing Boards; 1 G.E. Steam Iron; 4 Metal Lawn Chairs and Table; 1 Picnic Coca Cola Cool er; 1 Lot of Dishes and Other Articles too Numerous to Mention. Not responsible for accidents. Terms: CASH Kennetli McCowen, Owner Knox Hlrons, Auctioneer Jewel McCormlck, Clerk Close Street At Lincoln's Home SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)—The City Council has voted to close the street infront of Abraham Lincoln's home to eliminate prl vate commercialization in the area. Mayor Nelson Howarth said |Tuesday the council hopes to eliminate particularly the type of commercial shops "trading upon the presence of the Lincoln [home." Howarth said another aim of program is eventual acquisition and restoration of property in the immediate vicinity of the home by city, state or federal govern ments. The council action closes Eighth IStreet between Capitol Avenue and Jackson Street. clearly called for, but he passed. West's double of the opening club bid was shaded, but West (had played with East before and knew that East was an un­ derbidden I East did pull himself together and go to four spades after North pre-empted with four clubs. Of course, an aggressive player might have bid five clubs right over four and tried for a slam, but as we have already noted, East was far from aggressive. After South went to five clubs West could find no excuse for anything but a pass. Of course East should have tried a five heart bid. But East had made one bid with his hand and, feeling that he had done his full duty he passed. This put it up to West to lead and West planked down the ace of spades. South ruffed in I dummy, drew trumps, discard- led one heart on the king of spades and claimed his contract. A really good result be- I cause East could make six I spades. ON THEIR HONOR LOUISVILLE (AP) -Jefferson County Sheriff William Cranfill [had a purpose when he appointed two honorary deputies. He gave the appointments to 1 13-year-old and 7-year-old Valley | Station boys who had run away from home. Cranfill told them To get your copy of "Win at Bridge" just send your name, i 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. LAND OF RAZORS ATHENS (AP) — Seven tons of shaving brushes were imported "you are being deputized to see last year into Greece, a land of that it does not happen again." clean-shaven men. headquarters for school supplies WE HAVE A COMPLETE SELECTION OF OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES New Merchandise Arriving Daily See Us For The Usual and The Unusual Quality Merchandise At Sensible Prices. O'BRIEN OFFICE SUPPLY and EQUIPMENT CO. 906 Main - 242-1369 FORMERLY HAWKIN'S OFFICE SUPPLY RES PRICES GOOD FRIDAY & SATURDAY AUG. 9.10 GODCHAUX PURE CANE SUGAR in TOWN! LB. BAG GRADE A WHOLE OR CUTUP FRYERS Lb. 25< PRIDE WIENERS U49< CHAMPION BRAND PICNICS - R. 1 lb. 29' MIXED CUT PORK CHOPS Lb. 45< FRESH _ GROUND BEEF .4S CHOICE BEEF CHUCK STEAKS .49 WHITE RIBBON BACON ARMOUR CANNED 3 Lb. Can BANQUET FRUIT PIES APPLE - PEACH - CHERRY 4 » 1 99c jFROZEN FOODS |— BANQUET DINNERS AIL VARIETIES 2 for 65c BANQUET POT PIES ALL VARIETIES 6 - 99c Muutlman Tenderpack Brand Tomatoes 2 For 29* Apple Butter 2801. Z7c Musselmon Auerttd Salad Dressing.... ....Qt. Jar 39c Jellies 18-ei. far Vv r Assorted Flavors—46-ox- cans n e | Monte—46-oz. cans Hi-C Drinks 2 >« 58c Pineapple Juice 2 <« 65c Dad's Del Monro Root Beer % GO . j«a 45c p rune j u ; ce Qt 490 Big Value-1 lb. 10 ox. Pkg, De| Mente __ No . 303 Sfxe Can Cookies on. y 49c Fruit Cocktail L .......4fjl Strongheart—15% 01. cans Dog Food 3«25c pineapple III 40c Crushed—No* 2 Can—31 e QUICK or REGULAR QUAKER OATS TREND LITTLE CIGARS BOX OF 20 35c 1 lb. 2 ox, Pkg. 25c 2 LB.—49e •J FARM FRESH PRODUCE GOLDEN RIPE Lb. HEAD LETTUCE 2 Heads ^Jj^ !S CANTALOUPES 2" 35' ST. ORANGES Doz. 65* LEMONS Dor. 39* POTATOES 20" 89' GRAPES *2S KERR CANNING SUPPLIES Lids .......„. pkg. 17c Regular Qt. Jars a** $1.35 Wide Mouth Qt. Jars ... ca» $1.49 Regular Pint Jars co, $1.15 Wide Mouth Pint Jars _ c $1.33 JELLY GLASSES ** 83c Kerr Mason CAPS , , , , pkg 35c §••••••••••^••••••1 LINCOLN—APPLE CIDER Vinegar GO,, JOT 69 C Hickory Hill Charcoal...... B lb 25c 10 LB—$1.27 20 LB. 89s Purina Dog Chow . . 5 Lb 69c 10 LB—$1.37 25 LB—2.85 Personal Ivory „.4 for 29e Medium Ivory ..3 for 33c Large Ivory ..2 for 33c Camay Bath Camay Beg. Zest Bath ...2 for 29c % for 21e Z .1 for 40c Zest Reg. Lava Reg. 2 for 30c ,....2 for 27e Ivory Flakes Reg, .2 for 69c Ivory Snow. Gt 81c; . Reg. 34Vic Dreft, Gt 81c; ,.Reg. 34Vic Ivory Liquid, Kg. 89c; „—Reg. 39c Joy Liquid, Gt 69c; King 89c Thrill, Gt. 69c; ..King 89c Oxydol, Kg. 1.29; Gt 81e; Reg. 34Vic Tide, Kg. 1.29; Gt 81c; Reg. 34V>c Cheer, Kg. 1.29; Gt 81c; Reg. 34Vie Salvo, Jumbo 2.29; Gt 81c Premium Dus ..Queen 1.01 Dash, Jumbo 2.33; ...Gt. 79c Spie & Span H'hold 89c; ..Reg. 29c Comet, Gt, 2 for 45c; Reg. lG'/i Mr. Clean, Kg. 99c; Gt. 49c; Reg. 39c Downy.Gt 89c; ....Reg. 47c Maxwell House COFFEE Reg. or Drip Pillsbury MIX CAKE White, Yellow, Double Dure* 2 61 Wa-OZ- • PKGS. ^LF m Sandwich Loaf WONDER RREAD Van Camp PORK & REANS SWIFT'S '/ 2 GAL. FREE POP( WILL BE SERVED IN OUR STORE FRII Compliments Of DAIRY BRAND MILK >

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