Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 4, 1963 · Page 11
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 11

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS It Lands 'Copter On N.Y. Roof NEW YORK like landing slump," snid 42, pilot of ; (AP) — "II was on n postage Sliinlcy S/.ychor, helicopter (lint niMflo .-i forced Inntling atop a Mnnhalliin meat company plain Tuesday. The Port of New York Authority retrieved its chopper Tuesday night by lowering it from Ihe roof of the four-story build- im; to the ground with n emtio. S /.veher, who had thro pas­ sengers, said the helicopters lost powpr shortly nfter leaving the Port Authority Terminal for LnGuurtlia Field. He landed on tlio 47x100 foot roof Willi minor damage to the craft's undercarriage and :W-foot-long rolo r blades. The blades clipped n brick penthouse. No one was hurt. The Maya Indians of Chichen Ilza played a ball game in which the ball had to be driven Into goals. These were ornately carved stone rings with 18- ineh holes set Into (he walls 24 feel alxwe the court. Join Security's \Christmas Club\ Today And ... PAVE THE WAY FOR MERRY CHRISTMAS 1964 Television Review •NKW Miller, doesn't spile of FREE GIFT TO ALL MEMBERS Security Has A Wonderful Gift For Everyone Who Joins Their 1964 Christmas Savings Club. FREE OZARK FLIGHT BAG CYNTHIA IXMKV YORK I API - Mitch! NBC's sin;; along man. look much lil<e Santa in the beard, Iml he is pari of a Christmas story. Sonic lime hack a group of Dominican nuns from n convent in Newhurgh, N.Y., .V) miles north of .Manhattan, asked Miller for advice. They wanted to raise some money for a building project, they said. They had hoard of the success a group of Belgian nuns were having with u hit record and they wanted to do something similar. Miller, for years considered to be one of the smartest executives in the music business, advised litem to ignore the big commercial recording companies, lo make their own record and to sell thorn through their church. He also said he would try to help. Ho did. The sisters—a choir of 55—made an album called ",loy" which has been selling, at $r> per album, so well they already have collected 5150,000 for their projeel. Miller was so impressed with their singing that lie invited them lo appear on his Monday night musical show. They replied regretfully that, they were not allowed lo. Miller then wrote to their cardinal. Thai resulted in a luncheon invitation from Francis Cardinal Spcllmnn for Milch, and special permission for the sisters lo appear on his show. The :").") habited singers appeared on a program made last week. They sang Iwo non-religious songs, one of them "76 Trombones." The taped show will broadcast Dec. The sisters went buck lo New­ hurgh with an extra $,">,f)00 in performers fees lo add to their building fund. The good news today is that NBC has arranged to have the American version of "Thai Was the Week Thai Was" move into the Friday night spot soon to be vacated by "Harry's Girls." The show is called, here and abroad, 'TW.T for short. The topical satirical program is a hit and n political farce in Britain. A right, irreverent American edition was produced as an experiment by NBC recently. II I who delighted a vast segment of the American audience, outraged another smaller group and resulted in a flood of mail to the network. Recommended tonight — "the Danny Kayo Show,"CBS, 10-11 EST with Glynis Johns and singer Jo Stafford as guests. Kennedy Is 2nd President In Arlington By Till, ASSOCIATED 1'llIOSS John F. Kennedy, the second Democratic President to die in office, is Ihe second chief executive buried in Arlington National Cemetery. The only oilier President buried at Arlington is William Howard Taft, a Republican, Haile Selassie Calls On Africa To Unite Slain Chicago Actress Buried CHICAGO (API — Actress Karyn Kupcinel was buried after funeral services in Chicago Tuesday. Miss Kupcinel, 22, daughter of Irv Kupcinel, C h i c a g o Sun- Times columnist, was strangled in her Hollywood apartment last week. Some 1.1)00 at Temple Sholom heard Rabbi Louis Binstock eulogize the dead girl. Gov. Olio Kernel* of Illinois and Chicago Mayor Richard .1. Daley led a large delegation of city, county and state officials at the services. itii::. died served from UiOfl lo Taft was 72 when he March 8, 1'MO. Only one Prcsidont. Wood row Wilson, is buried in Washington, although six Presidents, including Wilson. Taft, John Quiney Adams, William Henry Harrison, Zaehary Taylor and Lincoln, died in Ihe capital. Franklin D. Roosevelt was Ihe first Democratic President lo die in office. He is buried at Hyde Park, N.Y. By ANDKKAV BOKOWIKC) ADDIS ABABA. Kthiopia (AP)—From this ancient land, voice is calling on Africa lo and become world seriously only once. In Decern- jfber 1960 when he was in Brazil, j a part of the imperial guard revolted and installed Crown Prince Merid Azmalch Asfa Wo- sen briefly on fhe throne. The bulk ot the army and th« air force remained loyat to tno emperor, who rushed back and entered Adls Ababa in triumph acclaimed by the population. signers hope future power the has Kmporor ruler of A large New York newspaper uses the equivalent of the not. annual growth from ti .OOf) acres of commercial lores! land for a .Sunday edition. in I il < power. The voice is that of Haile Selassie I, 71, Ethiopia for '.','.'> years. The bearded little monarch with the coal black eyes has challenged the African continent >o its greatest task — to build unity in the face of Die powerful, developed and rich outside world. "A united Africa will not only win h'T desei*ved place in world councils. Inn will also contribute i remarkably |r> world peace and 'security," says Haile Selassie. Last May he saw the first fruit of his idea—Ihe heads of slale of. independent Africa signed the charter of African unity is Addis Ababa and cre­ ated tile Organizations of. African Unity. Although political and economic unity of the continent and its 2.')0 million inhabitants is still a dream, Ihe nucleus of the been created. The emperor's voice trembled when he told the assembled chiefs of slate: "May this convention ol union last, many thousands of years. May God bo i» with us in all our undertakings." | U Tn his own country, Haile So- 1 K lassie is virtually a god. He is i the titular head of the ancient Coptic Church of the world's oldest Christian nation. I lis name means "the instrument and power of the Trinity." Critics say he devotes more time to outside, comparatively distant political problems than to his own land, still gripped by feudal backwardness and poverty. They accuse him of despotism and absolute rule over his 20 million subjects. Although his achievements are not spectacular, the 20th century has been brought into the country's key cities even some rural areas. His rule has been challenged OPTIMIST CLUB MT. VEIKOtl CHRISTMAS! TREES LOT OPEN DECEMBER 1st W-G MOTORS USED CAR LOT andjg Buy Your Christmas Tree Card NOW from a member of w the Optimist Club or one of the boys who are selling. Proceeds will be used in civic youth work. s BOOST LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL. TWO FOB RODOERS -J u «/vs/*v atom Start saving now for next ichristmas with easy payments — as little as 25c weekly. Security Bank Vernon, WAKE UP RARIK' TO GO Without Nagging Bncknche Now I Youi'iinui 'ttliR fust rclirf you need from miKKintf lmct,ui:hc, huiutuche unci miiM'iilur ;irh<-:i ami iiaiiiH Unit uftiTi cause rrst!<.•>• .s iii'-:ht'i nml inisi-mlilo tirt'il-unt fcclliiKa. Whin these <tiscamfort8 tome on with ovcr-cwilion or BIITSB and ntntin —you \rant, iiliif—want iL Inst! Another dMurltnnpp may hr mild hlnddor irritation fnllmvinnwronK fuod and drird;—oflrii setting up a rest li.'.'.s uncninfortalilv foelintr. Donn'.i PillH work fast in 3 Rirrmrntc xvayu: 1. hyn dy imin-rrli<'vitiK»uHicin to enhe torment of nailing ImcUach*', headaches, musetdar aches and pains. I". by unothinK eiTect on bladder irritation. *t. by mild diuretic action tendinK to increuis output of the U. miles of kidney tubes. Knjoy a nond night's sleep and tho name happy relief million* have for over fid yearn. New. lariic "ize saves money, (Jet JJoun's I 'iUn today I NEW YORK i/P)—There nre : two musicals on the immediate work agenda of composer Richard Rodgers. "I want to vary the pace," he said in disclosing plans to create scores for a song adaptation of "The Seven Year Itch" and a show tentatively entitled "Forever." The program is a 1965 production prospect under the sponsorship of Rodgers and Lelund Hayward. TINA LOUISE IS BACK NEW YORK (/Pi — Tina Louise is director George Abbott's choice for "the other actress" in "A Girl to Remember," alongside star Carol Burnett. The musical concerns a pair of Broadway hopefuls who win Hollywood contracts. Miss Louise appeared on Broadway six years ago in "Li'l Abner." The show is slated to arrive at the Mark Hellinger Theater in May. CAMPBELL'S Can 1712 So. 12th Ph. 242-2953 OPEN 7 A.M. TO 6 P.M. DAILY THURSDAY & FRIDAY TILL 8 P.M. SALTINE CRACKERS Lb. em •8 8 8 GIFT WRAP J/OUR CHRISTMAS ftft<£kL-«Ei[ • • • Open Until 8 Every Monday and Friday Night Till Christmas WE HAVE THE HAPPY SOLUTIONS TO ALL YOUR PRESENT PROBLEMS g If you've go! a man, we've got the answer to what fl he'd like best for Christmas. Shop our sparkling selec- 8 tions of gifts-to-wear. 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