Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 2, 1963 · Page 11
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 11

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Monday, December 2, 1963
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 11 Lady's Stomach Was Like A Gas Factory One lady said recently her Rtomnch used In lie like n pas factory! Her meals turned right Into gas; she had awful pas pains, was nervous and worn wit. Now, this lady is free of itomach gas and says the :hange is due lo taking SYS- TONM Her nerves are quiet and she feels fine. Sys-Tone nets quick In Hear out gas, build energy and calm nerves; the best stomachic - vitamin tonic you can get. Costs only few cents a day. So don't suffer. Get Sys-Tone.- All Drug Stores In Mt. Vernon and nearby towns. Malibu Fights Nuclear Power Plant, Freeway By BOB THOMAS AP IMovle-Tclcvtulon Writer MALIBU. Calif. (AP) - This fabled stretch of shore, long the famous, is facing changes that many of Its residents view with alarm. For 35 years, Malibu has harbored a largo number of the screen's most famous stars, Tales of midnight revelry and nude swims remain a part of the Hollywood legend, and some ay even be true. When-m iD rector Norman Main—played by Fredric March and James Ma- .ll I FOLLOW THE RED AND GREEN FOOT STEPS To Your Favorite KING CITY RETAILER STORE Register At Any King City Retailer Store WIN $200.00 IN MERCHANDISE Nothing To Buy — No Obligation To Be Awarded Saturday, Dec. 21 OPEN TONIGHT AND EVERY MONDAY NIGHT TILL CHRISTMAS UNTIL 8:00 P.M. son In two versions of "A Stalls Born"—look his fateful swim into the sunset, it was at Malibu, of course. Stars still live at Malibu — Lana Turner, Raymond Burr, Dan O'Herlihy, Mary Astor, Angela Lansbury, Frankie Laine, June Havoc, etc. So do 10,000 other people, almost 100 per cent growth in a decade. The growth has brought its problems—and much wistful remembrance of the old days. "I don't want to push back the clock," says Angela Lansbury. "I'd like to sec Malibu remain the way it is. But there are too many forces trying to change things In the name of progress." The major cause for alarm for some residents is the proposal by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power for a $96-inillion nuclear power generator in the Malibu area. A recent hearing on the matter brought a storm of opposition from property owners, including Bob Hope, whose 'Malibu holdings are extensive. The other monster to some MaUbuans is the proposed freeway, which would chow a path inexorably through the once idyllic community. Many feel that Malibu would be doomed if the present route is adopted. There have been other prob- Kennedy Picked Site For Library WASHINGTON (AP) — The late President Kennedy has chosen the site of the library for h'|< personal and official papers a spot on the Harvard University campus overlooking the dormitory where he lived as a student. The site is next to the Graduate School of Business Administration and faces the Charles River. An assistant to Kennedy, Frederick L. Holburn, said today the site was chosen some time ago. Kennedy saw it on a visit to the Boston area Oct. | during which he had Inspected 18—the last ot several visits possible locations. Science Shrinks Piles Mew Way Without Surgeii ' Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids Nr« York, K. Y. (S|,rrl«l) _ For the first time science hnn found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to nhrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain-without surgery. , In case after case, while gently ] relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — results were , M thorough that »uf ferars mad* astonishing statements like "Pilca have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a now h'.-.ilinir substance (Bio-Dyne*) —discovery <if a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation !{.* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. «W V.*. i>K. CM. BEST OF EVERYTHING—Designer of this odd craft apparently couldn't make up bis mind whether he wanted a helicopter or an airplane. Ifs a helicopter, however a modified Bell Model 47—being tested to develop an aircraft which can lift very heavy loads in excess of normal hover capacity. Early tests showed that the addition of wines lems, notably water and sewers. Malibu found itself in the touchy position of having neither. The wells went dry, and a $7-million bond issue was finally voted to estalish a waterworks district and get water from the Metropolitan Water District. Progress Mailbu may have to learn to live with it. HOROSCOPE FORECAST By CARROLL RIGHTER GENERAL TENDENCIES TUESDAY: You can see quite clearly now what is best for you to do in oracr to please those who are close to you, as well as gain personal headway in putting across the plans that are necessary to your success and happiness. Be sure to show some special affection, devotion to the one most vital to your happiness. ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Any added monetary assistance or affection kin require at. this time should be generously given. Fine day for enjoying the things you like. Make the effort to go after them. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Sitting down to serious talks with associates make the path clearer for future effort. Clearly state ideas and you get the support you desire. Don't be vociferous. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Labor as efficiently as possible so that higher-up is truly impressed and adds to your income. Be practical, sensible. Listen to some dynamic higher- up for good ideas, too. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) An understanding attitude toward all with whom you come in contact will give you chance to expand, be helpful. Don't muff opportunity to do good. Blessings come your way. LEO (July 22 to August 21) A little time spent analyzing present situation paves the way for improvement and expansion. 00* tap SAVE WITH roqer TOP VALUE STAMPS GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS lb. 10' SUGARED, PLAIN COMBINATION DO NUTS -19* L0VIN' CARED FOR FRYERS Whole ib. 25* ' • . - » " f l f i t t t M T F 11 MADl 1 i_ i > u1'i • r 1 3 K 100 Extra Top Value Stamps wllh this coupon on the purchai. of OR MORE GROUND BEEF Coupon expires Wednesday night, December 4, 1963 K 50 Extra Top Value Stamps with »h!i coupon end «ht purehas. of 14 OZ. CAN KROGER NUTS Virginia • Ceihew- mix or Spanlih Coupon explrei W»rii.e«fl«v night December 4, 1963 OPEN TIL 9 P. M. EVERY NIGHT Look to family tie for assistance against whomever is your opponent. Be grateful, loyal. VIRGO (August 22 to Sep- tmeber 22) You are fortunate in having a good friend lend you a hand, whether at office work, at shopping, etc. Get about socially in PM. Fine new friends can be made easily. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Impress higher-up favorably by being practical and you get real backing from him, or her. Get that talent you possess before the public. Be your dynamic self. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Look to new outlets if you want to increase abundance at this time. Much research is necessary for best results. Then carry through in a positive manner. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) By contacting true experts in your line of endeavor you know better how to handle own problems. Rely on intuition for best results 1& ter. Follow best ideas. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 20) You can depend on close ties to help you to re alize your fondest wishes, but you must be specific in stating aims. Social life augurs well in PM. Show others you have breeding. AQUARIUS (January 21 to February 19) Very important you safeguard your reputation at this time since others slant their lives pretty much according to your guidance. Contact good friends of the past. Extend relations. PISCES (February 20 to March 20) Your intuitive faculties are very powerful now and should be used to your greatest advancement. Use more of that fine education you have had. Make good impression on right people. IF YOUR CHILD IS BORN TODAY ... you will soon find that you have a most gifted youngster, one who can rely on the intuitive faculties early in life. Provide time and space for meditation so that finest potential in this chart can be fully realized. The great speaker, lawyer, religionist are all in this horoscope—the command of language is literally God- given. "The Stars impel, they do not compel." What you make of your life is largely up to YOU! Carroll Righter's Individual Forecast for your sign for January is now ready. For your copy send your birthdate and $1.00 to Carroll Righter Forecast, Mt. Vernon Register News, Box 1921, Hollywood 28, California. "No, I'm not worried about being late for the party . . . It was all over an hour agol n HOLLYWOOD GOLDEN SCISSORS AWARD FOR 'CLEO'? BY ERSKINE JOHNSON Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD — Onstage, Offstage & Upstage: If some film festival would like to come up with a golden Scissors award, "Cleopatra" is ready. By the time the film reaches general release, it will be trimmed down to three hours and four minutes. Cutters have been at work on the movie ever since its premiere in New York last June. It was launched at four hours and five minutes, then was cut to three hours, 39 minutes. * * * As the boss and star of "Robin and the Seven Hoods," now before the cameras, Frank Sinatra dictates the daily call sheet. When he's not on call, filming for other actors starts at 9 a. m. When he's working the camera doesn't turn until 11. Mornings are for sleeping with Frankie. * * w ''Not on your life." was the Lee Rcmick's answer about a movie role for her 4'/2-year- old daughter Kate. The idea was mentioned for "The Traveling Lady" in which Lee plays the mother of a young daughter. The role went to six- year-old Kimberly Block of Houston, Texas, who had never acted before. JUST HEARD THAT MARLON BRANDO was 110 pounds overweight when he jetted off for Tahiti. Overweight in books, that is, and a laugh for pals who couldn't imagine Brando having time to read in bachelor's paradise. * * * James Garner's next is "36 Hours"-about a World War II GI's brain-washing by the Nazis. They try to trap the GI as a spy via ingenious creation of a fake town. "I dunno," laments director George Sea ton, "but I think Rod Scrling did our story on television the other night by simply giving it a western background." * » » Steve McQueen's quick review of his about-to-be-released "Love With the Proper Stranger," in which he is co-starred with Natalie Wood: "It's a comedy about an abortion. Are you ready?" JACK LEMMON'S LATEST, "Good Neighbor Sam," is straight comedy. But Columbia Studio's sales department is worried about the title for international release. Foreign sharpshooters, they think, will see "Uncle" just before "Sam" and call it U. S. propaganda. • * » Edgar Bergen is eager for a Broadway play without Charlie McCarthy . . . .Good news for Jack Benny. His movie, "To Be or Not To Be," is a hit in Russia. "The Horn Blows at Midnight" bombed there. Edie Adams wears a pair of $15,000 sable pajamas in her new act at Las Vegas. Every girl should have a pair? * • * A motorcycle sponsor will share half the tab of 1964's Academy Award Show April 13. Oscar behind the handlebars? Ugh. The show becomes less dignified every year. KLEINS XMAS TREE MARKET Largest Selection and Variety of Quality Xmas Trees in Southern Illinois. Special Selected Nova Scotia Christmas Trees. Majestic Beautiful Kriss Kringle Scotch Pines Grown In The Far North. Evergreen Accessories of All Kinds. Prices On Our Trees Are Very Reasonable. $100 up STARTING AT LOCATED AT 14th AND MAIN STREET (Formerly Standard Service Station) WE DELIVER IN THE CITY Open Day and Night Brighten your holidays with Christmas Candles from Marathon (Just 15* a pair!) Here's a Christmas offer you won't want to pass up—two red decorative- twist eleven-inch Christmas Candles for just fifteen cents—no other purchase necessary. Just pull up at any Marathon Service Station where you see the bright Christmas Candle signs. Smokeless and dripless, these colorfast candles come packaged in matched sets of two—they'll go beautifully with your holiday decorating plans. And while you're at your Marathon Station, try the Right-Now Response of Marathon gasoline—it'll go beautifully with your car. Come in soon, this Christmas Candle offer ends December 24. MARATHON \MARATHON J GASOLINES Around the world.,. Around the comer .Thank you for reading this message from Marathon.) WAYNE'S MARATHON _ Wnyne Wagner, Prop. |22nd * Broadway Mt. Vernon, III. 342 -1198 PRICE'S MARATHON SERVICE Luvvrenoe Price, Prop. lw 12th * Main Mt. Vernon, III. m -MMM

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