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TOOT FOB LANDING MEXICO CITY (AP)-If air travel in Mexico has something in common with railroads, there's a reason for it. Airlines and other commercial mercial planes now begin tooting like a steam locomotive before landing at airports. Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Why? To clear cattle that PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) might be wandering on tne run- Joseph p Kennedy, father of ways. •• • - •• TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1963 People In The News FIX THAT LEAK COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Fix that leak, Ohio State University extension engineers warn. They say one faucet leaking only 40 drops of water a minute wastes almost a gallon of water a day. HOUSE & SPOUSE PROTECTOR the late President, is relaxing at his winter home in Palm Beach. The former ambassador to Great Britain and his wife. Rose, flew to Palm Beach in their private plane from Hyannis Port. Mass. Kennedy, 75, suffered a stroke in 1961 and is a semi-invalid. Wilburn Davis 2600 B'dwav Office 242-3770 Homp 244-1649 ^ IHIU«»NCI Still l>IM LONDON (API — A source close to the Greek throne says Crown Prince Constantino will marry Princess Anna-Marie of Denmark in January 1965. "I don't think the actual date has been decided upon, hut it should be sometime between the first part and the middle of January." the informant said. The wedding will take place n Athens. The engagement of the Prince, 23, and the Princess, 17, was announced last January. State Farm Life Insurance Company and State Farm Fire and Casualty Company. Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois. MOSCOW (AP> — Premier Khrushchev and his guest, President Urho Kekkoenen of Finland, each got an elk buck and a boar on a weekend hunt n a forest reserve northwest of Moscow, a Finnish Embassy at­ tache reports. The two executives were back in Moscow today and had a long talk at the Kremlin. The subject of their conversation wasn't disclosed. Food collected Saturday at the annual canned goods movio sponsored by the Amvets, above, will be used in making up Christmas baskets for the needy this Christmas. The movie was held at The Granada, Theatre. Amvets in the photo are: first row, from the left—Art Walte, James GraviM, Earl Manncn, Don Russell, Charles Welles, John Sturtevant. Back row, from the left—Ray Lewis, Charles Howard. Gilly Burnett, Loren Richards, Bill Scott, Charles lluntinan. SPECIAL TRUNK SHOWING Hush Puppies » « A H 0 Mr. Henry Finch, Factory Representative, will be showing the latest styles on Thursday, Dec. 5 Come In And Pick Out The Hush Puppies Of Your Choice. The Ideal Christmas Gift For The Entire Family. FREE BASSET HOUND With A Pedigree A "Mile-Long" No Obligation — Nothing To Buy Come In and Register — Now! You Expect and Get A Better Fit At. . . SHOE s North Side of Square Mt. Vernon Hitchcock Can Still Shock em By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD (API — Pudgy. : provocative Alfred Hitchcock: j was filming a new movie this : week, and it appeared there ! was still some shock left in the old master yet. i Once concerned with cloak-' ar.d-daggcr things, Hitchcock i has lately dealt with sex. and • his new film "Marnie" will of- i for some variations on the an: cient theme. His heroine is a i sophisticated beauty who is a | compulsive thief and so frigid j that her husband must resort to near-rape on their honeymoon. This is the role for which Grace Kelly was suposcd 10, end her film retirement. Her- 1 second thoughts are perhaps un- • derstandable. | Subbing for Kelly is the new j Hitchcock discovery, Tippi Hed-; ren, apparently recovered from her bout with ""The Birds." The' confused but forceful husband is played by Sean Connery, the! virile Scotsman who has scored 1 a hit as James Bond in the Ian . Fleming detective series. "Marnie is symptomatic of the American female; she is basically frigid." Hitchcock remarked. "There is a vast amount of difference between appearance and actuality in the American woman. She is schooled from childhood by magazines and advertisements to make herself seem alluring and sexy. "But alas, her inhibitions are too great. There is in this country a long tradition of puritan- ism. There is also a lack of sophistication. "That is why there is so much divorce in America. When a wife suspects that her husband is having an affair, she ime- diately summons a lawyer. A European wife is more sophisticated. She says, 'Let him have his fling; he will come back to me.' And he generally does." Nov. 11 was first proclaimed a holiday in the United States bv. Woodrow Wilson. The observance ' in 1919 established a tradition of! wreath-laying, speeches and pa- < rades. | Wool Growers Are Urged To Keep Records Wool growers who market their lambs in the fall should remember to keep adequate records of their sales so that they will be able to make proper applications tor payment under the wool incentive program, according to Parker Pierce, chairman, Jefferson County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee. The sales record for lambs sold should include the name of the buyer, his signature, and the number and liveweight of lambs sold, plus the description "unshorn." Lamb payments are made only on lambs that have never been shorn, to discourage unusual shearing of lambs before selling. The chairman also reminds growers that current market­ ings of wool and lambs through Deec. 31, 1933, will qualify for incentive payments under the wool program for the 1963 marketing year. (In previous years, the marketing year ended March 31.) Beginning in 1964 the marketing year will be the calendar year. Growers are urged to file their applications for payment, supported by the required sales documents, with the ASCS County Office as soon as possible after their fall sales are completed. While the final date to apply for payments on 1963 marketings will be January 31 of next year—covering market­ ings of wool and lambs from April 1, 1963, through Dec. 31, 1963—an application may be submitted at any time between, now and then. Pierce said that lamb feeders particularly should keep accurate records which will establish the length of time they have owned lambs on which they apply for payment. Lamb payments are made only on lambs which a producer has owned for 30 days or more, and the amount of payment is based on weight gain of the lambs during the seller's ownership. By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON (AP) - There are two Presidents Johnson just as there Were two Presidents Kennedy: the public president and the president at work inside the White House. One is the talking president saying the nice and pleasant things that cheer the American heart even when dressed in generalities and sometimes decorated with the obvious. The other is the doing prcsi dent busy with problems and people in the privacy of his of fice or on the telephone. Sometimes the two presidents overlap and become one because the uses of the presidency have changed. Before television a president who wanted to get himself and his ideas across to the nation had to depend on public appearances before limited audiences and radio. Most of the time he had to depend on deeds alone. Kennedy, winning the presidency by a slim election margin, felt from the beginning the need to create in the public mind confidence in him and, if possible, affection. The grief at his death showed he filled both ambitions. It's no wonder he was constantly before the camera. Nor is it any wonder Johnson lost no time going before the public in person on television in his talks to Congress, for example, and his talk on Thanksgiving Day. He had even greater need than Kennedy to reassure the public the presidency was in! safe and competent hands. Ken-! nedy was elected to it, Johnson had it thrust upon him. i Knowing that Kennedy had broad public confidence, Johnson from the beginning has sought to identify himself as one with Kennedy and his programs. He emphasizes continuity. He even adopted some of Kennedy's homely touches, like using the same kind of rocking chair, or dropping in suddenly on friends at their home. There is a chance he may overdo this folksy routine. In time, as he gets adjusted, would wipe to the White House and can be-; railroad jobs ARMY NATIONAL GUARD Pvt. Daniel W. Emberton, (right), whose mother, Mrs. Verna Brown, lives at 1900 S. Trosper dr., Oklahoma City, Okla., receives congratulations and a certificate of achievement Imm I.t. Col. Wllbert \V. Wallingford, commander, 1st Engineer Training Regiment, at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., late in October, Emberton received the award for completing with honors a ronilmt engineer course under the Reserve Forces Act program. The 22-year-oItl guardsman completed basic training at Fort I'olk, La. He attended Shidler (Okla.) High School and Oklahoma State University In Stillwater. Before going on active duty, Emberton, son of C. C. Emberton, Mt. Vernon, 111., was employed by the U. S. Oil Terminals, Drumright, Okla. (U. S. ARMY PHOTO) Against Firemen Five Unions Fight Rail Job Ruling By NF.IL GILBRIDE WASHINGTON tAP> — Five rail unions announce today their strategy for a court attack on a federal arbitration ruling that out thousands of DECIDED NOT TO RELY ON HEISLMAN gin to gauge public reaction to his presidency, he should work out his own techniques in public relations, a field in which he now must have an additional concern. He will almost certainly seek election next year. But in his years in Congress Johnson's greatest abilities were not in public speaking or public appearances but in an endless, tireless effort behind the scenes to get done what he wanted done as smoothly as he could. He has been very shrewd at this. Johnson told Congress he intended to fight for Kennedy's civil rights and tax-cut programs. Southern opposition to civil rights has been so tsong John- 1 son knows he can't get that program through this year. He can try in 1964. But he quickly called Negro leaders to conference in the White House. Senate opposition to a tax cut,, . unless the White House reduced | volvrd. government spending, made a; The unions cut this year impossible. Johnson at once began talking economy. He talked about it publicly and in the White .House. This is one example of where the public and private Johnson overlaps. There will, no doubt, be plenty more of it. He is making his private activities publicly known as he goes along. : The unions representing the ;men who run the trains—engi- | neers. firemen, braKemen, ; switchmen and conductors—in- Idicatcd they were committed to isome kind of court action after ( a meeting Monday nig'.it. But a spokesman said there were these questions to be decided: Whether they would join in a concerted attack and how many suits to tile. Whether they would attack the ruling itself, aim at the emergency legislation tlw set up the arbitration panel, or shoot at both. Congress set up the panel to head oil" a nationwide rail strike last August. The planned legal action added a few more knots to the snarled, four - year - old work rules dispute that has so far defied settlement efforts under the Railway Labor Act, the Labor Department, a special presidential emergency board and Congress. Nearly 200 railroads are in- AKRON, Ohio (AP)—Police officer Jack Heislman was on an off-duty job, directing traffic in the North High School parking lot for a school dance. A student drove in with his date and asked: "Are you going to be in the lot all of the time?" "Most of the time," Heislman replied. "I'll be in and out of the building, too." The young man said no more, Heislman says—just walked to his ear, carefully pried off all the hubcaps, put them inside, locked the car and walked away with his date. Florida Labor Law Is Upheld WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court decided Monday state courts may enforce state bans on agency shop labor contracts. Justice Douglas delivered the S-0 decision. Justice Goldberg, former secretary of labor, took no part. Workers under agency shop contracts do not have to become union members but must pay the equivalent of dues and fees which members pay. Douglas said that, in the case ruled on today, the Florida Supreme Court had held that a negotiated union-security agreement violated the right to work provision of the Florida Constitution, and that state courts have jurisdiction to provide a remedy. "We agree with that view," said Douglas. The Supreme Court on June 3, 19().1, ruled that agency shop contracts arc permissible under federal law, but said Ihey may be prohibited by state law. The same day the high tribunal upheld the Florida Supreme Court in its findings that the agency shop violates the state's right- to-work law. Lett unanswered then was the! question whether enforcement of state bars against agency shops is up to the states or the National Labor American Is New Maharani CALCUTTA, India (AP) - A young American socialite became the new maharani of the pocket state of Slkkini today upon the death In Calcutta of her 71-year-old father-in-law, Maharaja Tashi Namgyal. The new maharani is the for- met- Hope Cooke, 23, of New York and Washington, who married Crown Prince Thondup Namgyal, -10, in March 1962. The couple expect their first child in February. The new maharani gave up her U.S. citizenship after her marriage to the widower prince In the remote Himalayan protectorate. His two sons by his first wife, a Tibetan, are in line for the throne before any child of Ihe second marriage. Sikkim, a slate of 162,000 people, is sandwiched between Communist-ruled Tibet and West Bengal. The Maharani, a native of San Francisco, spent most of her childhood in Washington with her uncle, the late Seklen Chapin, a prominent American diplomat. From the remotest north to the farthest south, Vietnamese speak the same language and are nHv^nilv similar. Board. The high court called lor new arguments on that issue and they were heard on Oct. 16-17. The Florida ease was appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court bv Local 1625 of the AFL- CIO Retail Clerks Union. The local had an agency shop agreement with Food Fair, Inc., stores in Miami. A group of non-union employes of Food Fair protested against paying fees to the union and the Flori- ida Supremo Court ruled in their favor. Right-to-work laws prohibit contracts requiring union membership by workers in a plant. LONG RUNNING 'MARY' NEW YORK (AP)--"Mary, Mary" has joined Broadway 's top dozen shows. 'Hie comedy by Jean Kerr at. the Helen Hayes Theater re. cently clicked off its 1.100th Relations! performance, thereby becoming LIGHT FOR SURFACED SUB URBAN A, Ohio (AP)—Nuclear submarines now are u.-ing an anti-collision beacon originally designed for aircraft. The warning light is necessary because usually only the conning tower "sail" of nuclear subs is above water when they are surfaced. Grimes Manufacturing Co., which makes many kinds of lights for aircraft, adapted the warning light. It is not used when the sub is sub- no. 12 on Ihe list of longest running productions. The comedy has been represented on the road by four touring companies, and is on view abroad in London, Paris, Madrid,Buenos Aires, Scandinavia and Australia. GIVE GIFT MEMBERSHIPS AAA—AUTOMOBILE CLUB ILLINOIS DIVISION OFFICE 1110 Main Street Mt. Vernon, Illinois Phone 242-1242 NORMAN 1,. HARMON District Manager BIO BUY IN RIDE ... new suspension, wider tread, longer whcelbasc. Famous Rambler gasoline economy. BEAUTIFUL BUY IN ROOM . . . plenty for 6 adults in all-new Americans. Lowest prices of any U.S.-built car 1 * \& j a • THE TOOTH WILL OUT RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Henry F. Hall of the Bank of Virginia here tells about an unusual method of identification by a customer. Presenting a check he pulled out his upper false teeth and passed them over. His name and address were engraved on them. His check was cashed. refuse to accept last week's ruling of the arbitration board to eliminate slowly 90 per cent of some 32,000 firemen's jcbs. and to give the National Mediation Board power to impose binding decisions on the size of train crews if the parties can't settle that issue on a local basis. The ruling on the firemen's issue guaranteed job protection for most of the -10,000 men involved. 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