Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 10, 1963 · Page 5
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December 10, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 5

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS ORKENVnXE BURGLARY GREENVILLE, 111. (API-Police estimated today $1,500 in ensh was among loot taken during the weekend by burglars who entered a general merchandise store. Loot included radi­ oes, 36 watches and nine shotguns. Due to expnnslnn program— need man who believes In his idillity, will work hard and he compensated accordingly. Age, 25-10. Sonic college preferred. To man who quail flcs, unlimited opportunity with our organization. Base income and commission. Reply Vern Bond P.O. No. 588, Mt. Vernon MOTORIST KILLED SPARTA, 111. (AP) - Orville Davis, 26, of CoulterviUc, died Monday in a Sparta hospital ol injuries received Sunday night, when the car in which he was riding skidded and turned over on Illinois 13, near New Athens. The Illinois state police said Iho driver of the car, Carl Foster, 23, of CoulterviUc, attempted to pass a car and hit a slick spot. Foster was not seriously injured. DIRECT TO LAGOS LAGOS, Nigeria (AP)—Nigeria Airways has announced "provisional joint agreement" with Pan American Airways to establish direct jet flights between Nigeria and the U.S. The agreement was not announced in detail. It is subject to the approval of the governments of both countries and the airlines' hoards of directors. Join Security's \Christmas Club\ Today And ... PAVE THE WAY FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS 1964 FREE GIFT TO ALL MEMBERS Security Has A Wonderful Gift For Everyone Who Joins Their 1964 Christmas Savings Club. FREE OZARK FLIGHT BAG Start saying now for next Christmas with easy pay­ ments — as little as 25c weekly. Security Bank 119 N. 9th St. Mt. Vernon, III. Friend Of West Thanom New Premier Of Thailand By TONY ESCODA Asoclated Press Staff Writer BANGKOK, Thailand (API Another staunch friend of (he West held Thailand's government reins today following the death of Premier Sarit Tha- narat, The 55-ycar-old premier, one of America's closest friends in southc." Via, died Sunday after a .A 'Iness. The Cabinet nomin Jen. Thanom Kitti- kachoi t • 52-ycar-old deputy premier al defense minister, to succeed him, and King Bhumi- bol Adulyadej appointed Thanom premier today. With an eye on Communists who have been active in northeast Thailand, Interior Minister Praphas Charusathien warned the national police and provincial governors to be alert against "subversives who could be active with the death of the premier." Premier Thanom also ordered the armed forces lo remain al their posts, on guard against any attempt to create disorder. A medical bulletin said Sarit died of kidney and heart complications following aggravation of chronic liver trouble, lie became ill Nov. 11 and Hie U.S.- Army surgeon-general, Lt. Con. Leonard Heaton, had been attending him since his condition worsened Nov. 28. An Army man since I lie age of 20, Sarit in 1917 joined in the coup (hat returned Field Martial P. Pibulsonggram to the premiership. Ten years later, following the normal pattern for Thai politics, he led a coup that ousted Pibui and exiled him to Japan. Shortly after, Sarit's cirrhotic liver sent him to Walter Rood Hospital in Washington. Thanom, also an army career officer, headed the government in his absence. While Sarit convalesced in Florida and England, friction developed in Ihc ruling army group he left behind. In October 1938, Sarit hurried home, proclaimed martial law, suspended the constitution, dissolved the National Assembly and resumed active control of the government. He had maintained that control ever since, pursing a policy of militant anti - communism, close ties with the United States and economic development of the country to counter communism's attractions. Thanom, although he initially disliked politics, was Ihe premier's right- hand man throughout. •tores for man and young man Ghristmas ^Presents TOY OF TOYS—Barbara Burkhead, 8, plays by taxiing her biplane full throttle along the strips of her father's LumK>r- ton, N.C., airport. Her plane is a toy most kids might dream of. The plane—not powerful enough to take off—is niaue of Dlvwood and cypress strips and covered with bed sheeting. It boasts throttle, choke, rudder pedals and stick. ORCHESTRA FEATURED LAST NIGHT Community-College Chorus Plans Concert i Jacoby On Bridge Iff** Last night Ihe Community College orchestra presented the first of two eominunity-collcg music concerts for liie first semester activity. The Faculty String Quartet from Southern Illinois University was featured as guests. Plus Score Is The event took place in the East's liiddim; high school auditorium and the' BY OSWALD JACOBY i orchestra was under the baton' When you check the scores of I. T. Smith of the high i of a hand played in duplicate, ' and find that one and only one Fast-West pair has a plus WEDDING BELLS?—For the first time in 50 years, there may be wedding bells heard in the White House. President Johnson's oldest daughter Lynda Bird is engaged to Navy Ensign Bernard Rosenbach. They have tentatively planned to marry next year. school and college faculty A second conceit featuring the Community-College chorus will he presented next Monday (December Uil night at 8:15 at the First Presbyterian church, on Ashley Road at 25th street. The decision to take the concert to this church was made when it was decided to include a group of organ selections as a part of this sacred program for the Christmas season. Roth college students and other members of the chorus make up the featured soloists in the two major works to be ; presented. Misses Pam McKen- ' zie and Jolene Baches (college students) and Miss Geneva Elder, Mrs. Virginia Wilson and Mr. Charles Render (community members) are featured in the "Cantata No. 142" (some-, times called the Christmas Cantata- -not to be confused with the Christmas Oratorio) by .I.S. Rach. In the modern work. "A Ceremony of Carols" (Benjamin Britten) Mrs. Dolores Render is the only soloist. Mrs. Howard Downey is the accompanist. I For those who have been ! awaiting the opportunity to hear the newest member of the college music department, the CommuniceUes ta Madrigal ' pop-song singing mixed enscm- >lo) will make their first pubic appearance. A previous appearance for the college convocation proved very satisfactory om the standpoint of public approval and acceptance. A selection (a fantasy on Christmas carols) by Hoist entitled "Christmas Day" will be performed. This number may have been heard by some when it was performed a few years ago by the Washington University choir and the St. Louis Symphony. It is much more than a presentation of the carols "Good Christian Men Rejoice" and "Christ is Born today." It is truly a re-composed composition presenting some excellent interesting innovations for voices. In keeping with the Cantata M2 "To Us A Child Is Born" (Bach), W. H. Beckemeyer, organist, has chosen to perform the "Fantastic and Fugue in A Minor" and a choral prelude "Sleepers Wake." "Ever since they installed the beautiful Cassavant (organ) in the First Presbyterian church, the folks in the church have been asking me to play a recital. Frankly, I haven't had the time to do it, but this program can be enhanced by these numbers and at the same time gives many students the opportunity to hear this beautiful organ in the surroundings of a concert rather than a service of worship," said Beckmoyer. Since the concert is not alone sacred in nature but appropriate to the Christmas season as well, it appears to be a "natural." Program time is 8:15 p.m. There is no admission charge or donation requested. LEGAL NOTICE ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Estate of Philip H. Karch deceased. The undersigned having been appointed Administrator of the Estate of Philip H. Karch, deceased, hereby gives notice that Monday, the 3rd day of February 196-1 is the claim date for said estate, and lhat all claims may bo filed against the estate of the said decedent on or before said dale without issuance of summons. EDITH M. KARCH Administrator DEMETRI HASSAKIS Attorney for Administrator 908Vi Main Street Mt. Vernon, Illinois. 12-21 NOTICE Rids will be taken soon on interior painting at the Jefferson county court house. Painters ; interested should report at the sheriff's office at 4 p.m. Thursday, December 12, to inspect the proposed work prior to bidding. DEWEY BARTON, ShsriO. 12-11 score, your first thourht 11 •>;• * lb"'- were in-' ' »• NORTH 10 A J r. 3 V 63 • AQ96 • 0 7 3 2 WEST EAST AH A 10 6 2 V 10 042 VAKQJ875 • K .1 10 5 4 3 • 7 *K4 +A8 SOUTH (D) A AKQ874 V None • 8 2 + QJ10G5 North and South vulnerable South West North East 1 A Pass 2 A 4 V 4 A (See Article) Opening lead: See Article. SPORTS COATS cleverly tailored for comfort »nd trim good-looks — choos* a tweed or colorful worsted—Styles for men and young men $OC00 from Ow SUITS for Holiday giving (and wearing) are a specialty with us. Our Wal- Icrest and Cricketeer worsteds are that their opponents must have made some reallv costlv mistake. Usually that is the case, but once in a while the East-West pair may have done something to cause that mistake. At all tables except the one where East and West got plus the bidding started as shown in Ihe box. A lew south players were allowed to play four spades; at other tables West bid five hearts; North and East passed and South went on to five spades which was usually doubled. Of course, the diamond finess worked and South made five spades in all those cases. Now let's see what happened when East-West got their plus score. West had nothing to do with it. It was all East! It seems lhat after North bid two spades East decided that there would be further bidding and took the unusual action of passing with his big hand. Sure, enough, South went right to tour spades and when that got back to East he went lo five hearts. South passed. He wanted his partner to decide what lo do and needless to say, North doubled. He did not know that East had set a trap. East had no trouble making five hearts. All he had to lost was one spade and one diamond. AUTOMOBILE CLUB OF MISSOURI Office: 1110 Main St, Mt. Vernon, III. NORMAN L. 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