Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 6, 1963 · Page 3
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 3

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, December 6, 1963
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS LEGAL NOTICE XN TlllC COUNTY COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS Jack McCoy, Plaintiff, Vs. Elizabeth Anne McCoy, Defendant. IN CHANCERY NO. (tt-2130 NOTICE Requisite nffirlavit for publication having been filed, Notice is hereby given you Elizabeth Anne McCoy, Defendant in the above entitled suit, that the said suit has been commenced in the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois by the said Plaintiff against you, praying for a Decree of Divorce; that summons was duly issued out of the said court against you as provided by law and that the said suit is still pending. Now, therefore, unless you the said Elizabeth Anne McCoy, file your answer to the complaint In said still or otherwise make your appearance therein, in the said Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois, held in the Court House in the City of Ml. Vernon, Illinois, on or before the 23rd day of December, 1063, default may be entered against you at any time after that date and a decree entered in accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. Dated November 21, 1963. (SEAL) JERRY B. GOTT Circuit Clerk of Jefferson County, Illinois. Attorneys for Plaintiff: KIRK AND MUSICK Attorneys at Law First Ntitional Bank Building, Mt. Vernon, Illinois. 12-6 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE On December 13, 1963, at 9:55 a. m., the undersigned will sell at public sale for cash, one 1961 Chevrolet SW, Serial number 11635F170265 at 1103 South 25th street, Mount Vernon, Illinois. Vehicle is stored ami may be in spected at said address. Undersigned reserves the right to bid ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT CORPORATION. STATE OF ILLINOIS 12-6 > 1SS. COUNTY OF JEFFERSON ) In the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois. Loretta K. Trotter, Plaintiff, Vs. Lloyd Wesley Trotter, ' Defendant. No. 6.1-2129 PUBLICATION NOTICE You, Lloyd Wesley Trotter, will take notice that on the 21st day of November, 1963, an action for divorce was commenced against you in the. Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois, to be held in Ml. Vernon, in said County, by the filling of a complaint for divorce and an atfldavit for service by publication, to which complaint you must answer or otherwise make your appearance on or before thirty days from the date of the first publication of this notice, or by December 23, 1963, or default will be entered against you. (SEAL) JERRY B. GOTT, Circuit Clerk JOE FRANK ALLEN Attorney for Plaintiff Mt. Vernon City Bldg. Mt. Vernon, Illinois. 12-6 The World Today By JAMES MARIXW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) - Two questions persist about President Johnson after only two weeks in office: How is he doing? How will he lo? He became president in n time of national shock over President John F. Kennedy's assassination. The shock remained until after the funeral. Until then Johnson could do Ultlc. Then he went to work. If energy, earnestness, zeal anil attention to the job count, he got off to a splendid start. He addressed Congress and the nation on television and radio, met endlessly with top foreign visitors, government officials, congressional leaders of both parties, and leaders in the fields of business, labor and civil rights. Meanwhile he had to worry about the budget—next year's estimate of government spending—which he must offer Congress in January. He has had a number of conferences on the budget. Kennedy had worked on it since August. So far Johnson has announced these domestic goals: He wants Congress to pass Kennedy's civil rights and tax cut programs; he wants to reduce government spending; and he wants jobs in creased by 5 million—to a goal of 75 million, although he set no dale. Johnson has taken over and hacked, without deviation, Kennedy's programs. His talks to Congress and the nation matlcj an excellent impression. But Congress always was Kennedy's biggest bottleneck. Johnson, in Congress far longer than Kennedy, knows Its people and workings better. As Senate leader before becoming vice president he set an extraordinarily good record. Nevertheless, after two weeks of talking and pressuring Congress, the same opponents of civil rights and tax cut who blocked Kennedy show no signs of going faster for Johnson. If Johnson had hoped to get off to a blazing start by getting at least one of those programs through before Jan. 1, he's wrong. He's probably too realistic to tliink he could do it that soon. Johnson, since taking office, has hammered away at cutting spending. But his budget estimate in January may run between $98 billion and 5103 billion, or probably close to what Kennedy would have figured on. Kennedy's budget this year was $98.8 billion. If Johnson tries to gouge chunks out of the budget to demonstrate his economy-mindedness, he could stall national progress and stability. Negro leaders, after talking with Johnson, praised his earnestness about wanting a strong civil rights bill passed. It's to his advantage to get a strong one through. That, plus a tax cut, would boost his 1961 election chances, as he knows. Success with both of them might make him look more effective than Kennedy, particularly if he could get them through early in 1964. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Estate of W. II. Norflect deceased. The undersigned having been appointed Executor of the Last Will and Testament of W. H. Norflect, deceased, hereby gives notice that Monday, the 6th day of January 1964 is the claim date for said estate, and that all claims may be filed against the estate of the said decedent on or before said date without issuance of summons. KENNETH W. NORFLEET Executor. JAY B. STRINGER 1116 Broadway Mt. Vernon, Illinois, Attorney for Executor. 12-13 NEW HEARING AID! * Fits entirely in your ear — nothing protruded • Custom-made for your •or and your hoaringi At Ml—a young lady li wearing th* "Alllntht-Ear" Htarlng AM. In cloie-up al right, you can —nothing prolrudti—11 fltt all in lh* tarf Now I A cuitonwnad* hearing aid inllrtly In your tori We take an Imprtiilon of your ear, make your earmold, and then, build Into the earmold the entire hearing aid—Including the power lource. There it nothing else anywhere—H li all Inside your ear. Tiny, liv consplcuout—cuitom-detigned for you and you o/onef • All wHMn your »«d • Nothing protrudttt • No Ion In tfflcltncyl • No cordi, wlrti, tubes) • Built-in battery laitt at Itait one year—w* guarantee III • Fleih-colored-unobtruilvel • Molded (or your earl AND THAT'S NOT AIM -MAR COUPON IOR MOM »ACTM ACOUSTICON OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 710 Main St., Mi. Vernon, III 242-8963 LADIES' REGULAR $2.99 80 SQUARE COTTON WASH DRESSES Beautiful dresses for street and house wear. Button and zipper front styles, regular, extra and half sizes. Buy for yourself and gift giving too. REGULAR $1.98 VALUE 2 LB. GIFT PACKED FRUIT CAKES Delicious eating! Made of the finest ingredients. Buy for yourself and gift giving too! OPEN FRI. AND SAT. TIL 8 P.M. 2 Great Stores in Mt. VernoiT ILLINOIS BROKERAGE REGULAR $1.98 VALUE 2 LB. GIFT PACKED Danish Cookies Twin tray assortment includes 10 varieties. Cocoanut. devil food, ice box, jelly stars, cremes, and many others. FIRST QUALITY—REG. 69c SELF & DARK SEAM NYLON HOSIERY Nationally famous name brand dress sheer nylons in the newest colors. Attractive gift packed. All sizes, sensational savings at this sale price. Mature Parents THE FLAW IN THE DREAM By Mrs. Muriel Lnwrence, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Dear Mrs. Lawrence: Until six weeks ago I was practically engaged to n fallow I'm still crazy about. He is 21 and I nm a year older. I broke up with him over a fight we had about his mother and something she said to me when he took me to tils house to meet her. While site was out of the room, he pulled me down on his knees and started kissing me. When she came back in. she said to me, "Do you have to slobber like that over Dave?" He didn't say anything back to her. But I did and he didn't like it. Maybe I shouldn't have said anything. . . . ANSWER: If you must, Ken UIWM people again. Arrange to get yourself Insulted by the mother again. She will do It. Her son will let her do II. And thin time, your suspicion of his flabblness may harden Into' certainty. The chances are, he didn't even know that his mother had insulted you. The sons of possessive mothers become insensitive to their insults. Since childhood the mothers have treated their adventurous feelings to so many subtle kinds of contempt that they have stopped registering it. So when this mother poured scorn on the kisses her boy was giving you, he had nothing to say back to her. The sad fact is, he scorned them himself. To the sons of mothers like this, girls represent The Scarlet Woman—the bad creatures who seduce them into the low, nasty business of sex. So, of course they can't stand up for the girls. How could they? You can"'t stand up and fight with any conviction for someone you secretly regard as the enemy of your Higher Nature. And enemies of his Higher Nature arc what his mother has made of girls to this dreamboat of yours. But If you must, see them again. Get yourself the additional experience of his flnbbl- ness you seem to need to strip hint of his trailing; clouds of glory. Those ore the real problem. People of your age want love so terribly that they start inventing it themselves. If the other person shocks, hurts or disappoints them, they try to nretend it doesn't matter, finding comforting excuses for the flabbiness or selfishness. The more they want the love, the quicker they are with excuses for its absence,

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