Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 4, 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, December 4, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS WAN FOR AM. SEASONS' HACK NKVV YORK • Tlio Pity center Is hrinKlni; "A Man Ftir- All SciiHoiis" hack for a two- week run us part, of its winter driimii season, nt. the end of January. Roliert Bolt's play, which hnrt n (>:i8-|>erform;im:o r u n o n Hvonclway, will ho performed hy William Roderick, George Rose, Alhert Dekker and Bruce Gordon. Birmingham Church Closed Since Bombing Admits She Was Poor Wife Due To "Nerves'" One lndy snid upset nerves mnde her so grouchy she was a poor wife with such n mean temper it. almost mined her marrisvRC. She said tranquilizers didn't help. Recently this lndy cot SYS-TONE and now snys her nerves are quiet; she nlso sleeps better. Sys-Tnne is a now medicine that acts fast to calm nerves, without harmful driiRS. It is also a vitamin iron tonic. Costs only n few cents u dav. So don't RO on suffering. Get. Sys-Tnne. All Drue; Stores lii Ml. Vernon and nearby towns. Rv JAMKS PIIKKS BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) "Every time 1 RO IhroiiRh there 1 just Ret nervous," the minister said. The Rev. John 11. Cross Roes through his church ottcn — the Sixteenth Street Baptist church. A homb killed four NcKro girls In the church Sept. 15. He goes with visitors — con- Dnc to expansion program— need mi»n who believes In his ability, will work imrel nml bo compensated iieennlingly. Ago 25-40. Some college preferred. To ninn who qualifies, unlimited opportunity with our organization. Reply Vern Bond P.O. No. 568, Mt. Vernon Tt llv« Longer and Live Betttr • • • WIN Your '"Battle tie Bcdfe" EXTRA INCHES and poundi ore health hazards, signals H start reducing now. Remomber, In almost every cast overweight is duo lo ovaraaling. So diet can do Ihm fob. Before you start dialing, be sure to consult your doctor. Then do what ho tells you, especially about eating the protective foods that supply proteins, vitamins, minerals. He will likely proscribe supplementary vitamins, also, to Insure good nutrition. When he does, rely on our PhormaWif tor what Iho Doctor ordered". DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE hl ,.Hlt t l..,l .l.| t JYJ BLADES 'OUT linns nitcoai ti to\'i AGENCY DRUG STORE tractors, workers, flnd architects—to discuss repair of the bomb damage. The church lias been closed since the bombing. One wall is believed unsafe. While city officials proclnim tlie future of Birmingham and the end of racial strife, Cross outlined some of. the prospects for his church in a recent interview. —Tlie start of repair and construction, possibly within two weeks, of the bombed part of (he church, and the first service since the bombing, hopefully within two months. —The setting up of a trust fund to finance the education and medical expenses of Sarah I Jpan Collins, 12, Negro girl who lost sight in her right eye in Iho blast. Her sister, Ada Mao, 11, was killed. —Establishment of an educational fund for (he brothers and sisters of the four victims, Cross hopes this fund eventually will be extended lo other young members of the church. —Construction of an educational building, to be dedicated ns a memorial to the four dead girls. The church has received contributions from thi> state and nation, from both whiles and Negroes. Expression of sympathy lias come from afar—Cross remembers telegrams from Wales, Canada and Australia. Contributions total thousands of dollars. Cross said a. commit tee in charge of the contributions has decided against disclosing the total sum. i The congregation has been loyal, Cross said. .Services are i being held in nn auditorium, 1 As for the tragedy of Sept. l. r >, • there's no forgetting. "I thing the shock is just now going to hit me," Cross said. "The farther away you get from these things, the harrier it hits sometimes. 1 think how terrible it could have been. We could have had 25 or 30 killed. "When I think of those narrow escapes, it becomes frightening." Just What's Your Idea Of ness? Bv BOB THOMAS AP M(i\le-Tele.vis!on Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - "Happiness is a Warm Puppy" is the best-selling cartoon hook in which the Charles Schulz mop- i pets give their own definitions | of what happiness entnils. There's no reason why the! same sport can't be applied to Hollywood. This is how that blessed state might appear to various Hollywood characters— Male movie star: "Happiness is co-starring with Elizabeth Taylor, plus 10 per cent of the gross." Female movie star: "Happiness is 26 changes of gowas, plus 10 per cent of the gross." Director: "Happiness is an open-end budget and two stars who say, 'Let's shoot it your way.' " Producer: "Happiness is a Dorls-Day-Cary Gran! comedy that is five days under schedule." Film writer: "Happiness is a director and east who say, 'Let's shoot it the way it was written.' " Character actor: "Happiness is a drunk scene with a five- minute speech." Starlet: "Happiness is a fat part in a movie for a producer who is happily married." Teen-age singing idol: "Happiness Is a million-selling record and a business manager who always says, 'Go ahead an duy it, kid.'" Disc jockey: "Happiness is .1 minutes of music to 30 minutes of chiUlcr." Columnist: "Happiness is n rnhiy day column that is handy for a holiday." And just what is happiness to you? Work was begun in 1935 under Roosevelt to harness Passnma- quorldy, Maine's, tides. But the project became a political football and was abandoned in 1937. Studebaker Crops Jobs SOUTH BEND. Tnd. (API Studebaker Corp. announced a costs reduction program in its automobile division today, in- eluding elimination of more than 2,000 jobs, In an effort to reduce the division's "break­ even point." The program was announced by Byers A. Burlingame, new president and chief executive officer. Burlingame said the automotive division is real! :ning production rates to dealer requirements. All other divisions of Stude­ baker, a diversified company, are operating profitably, Burlingame said. A total of 1,737 hourly workers' jobs and 325 salaried positions were eliminated. It was indicated that further manpower reductions could be expected. EXCHANGE WITH ENGLAND NEW YORK </P) — An exchange of plays, casts and production ideas has been tentatively worked out between the new Lincoln Center Repertory company and Britain's recently established National Theater. Harold Clurrmui, for the repertory group, and Kenneth Tynan, representing the English project, said there have already been discussions about Arthur Miller's latest, play, "Alter the all," and Peter Shaffer's "Tin- Royal Hunt of the Sun." FOR YOU . .. AND PARKING TOO... Jefferson Loan Co. 801 MAI N—242-4300 Q o 'Q o a o a a a o a CASH YOU MONTHLY NO. IICIIVE PAYMINT MO. $1000 $ 50.20 24 1200 £0.24 24 1500 63.49 30 2000 73.88 36 2500 92.35 36 4000 119.93 48 5000 129.09 60 MEMBER AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL BANKERS ASSOCIATION IF YOU CAN REPAY $63.49 MONTHLY, YOU CAN QUALIFY FOR A $1,500 YEAR-END LOAN DONT LET extra bills ruin your holiday Mason. Do your shopping with a budget-saving personal loan from usl THE RIGHT ANSWER to any year-end money problem is jast as close as your telephone. It's sensible to consolidate worrisome bills into one large loan that will also provide you with extra cash for holiday expenses. I Ground Floor Rogers Building 1000 Main St. Mt. Vernon Charles Dillon, Mgr., Ph. 242-0210 doggondest promotion... ever! ! and Register (or Your FREE BASSET HOUND with a pedigree a "mile-long No obligation • • * nothing to buy Come in and Register, now! 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