Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 12, 1963 · Page 21
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December 12, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 21

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS You Can Count on Us . . . Quality Costs No More at Sear* BUM) NI'KHDS Sparrows mid (ilhor smiill birds usually fly no faster than i 15 to 25 miles nn hour: ducks nre cnpiihtc of up to GO m.p.h and corlnin falcons RO faster, eagles sometimes ntlain speeds of as much as 125 miles per hour. Johnson's Routine Mild Compared To Truman's My JAM ICS MARTXW A I* News Analyst SIAMKHK CATS A favorite with Americans, the Sianie.se cat was imported into Hie liniti'd Stales from l'JnKland ahniii IHS.'i. II hud been imparled into Knu 'laiNl from Thailand iSjaial about. 10 years earlier. 8 CHRISTMAS TREES * ft CANADIAN BALSAM Sizes: -l lo (i l''oiit Your Choice ONLY 8 If $1.19 Al Ymir Friendly MARTIN OIL STATION 8 a WASHINGTON (AP) - President .lohnson will never see the likes of il again. It probably will lust through Christmas, but not much longer. The Republicans are muled, Premier Khrushchev is as quiet as ii doll, and Fidel Castro must IK- playing a mandolin, he's so quiet. This isn't the first time a man in Johnson's spot — suddenly thrust into the White House on a president's deatli — was given a period of grace. It happened when Vice President Harry S. Truman took over in 1015, after President Franklin II. Roosevelt's death, j^, The tasks confronting Johnson t«J i£i sss tcs tac yja u« las j»1 since he became president are just a mild daily routine compared with what faced Truman. He had to end a war In Europe (Johnson's main problem now is with the budget) and another in Asia, help get the Unil- WATERPROOF RIVE 6"-10 99 Add the zing of new fashion boots for a change of mood . . . come find yours from Carp's marvelous selection at prices that cater to yonr budget. ALL FIRST QUALITY Charge It Enjoy the convenience of a Carp's Charge Ac* count ... NO MONEY DOWN . . . TAKE MONTHS TO PAY! ed Nations started, decide to drop nlomic bombs on Japan, reconvert the country to peace, j hold down living costs and set tie strikes. For some months after he, moved into the White Mouse Truman practically had a honeymoon with the Republicans in Congress. That was In 1945, The! honeymoon didn't last long, the next year was a congresional i election year. -O- -ft- -0- The Republicans made their < attacks on Truman so convincing that in the 19-16 elections the voters gave them control of Congress. From then on few presidents ever had so much raucous trouble with Congress as Truman. Johnson, a shrewd manipulator, may do better. But it's not a good bet. Right now tlie congressional Republicans are laying off him. The Republican would - be presidential candidates have declared a moratorium on speechmaking until after Jan. t. But then they'll come bark, re-charged by their rest, and able to make more noise than over, particularly since Johnson, like Truman, has to encounter an election year, this time a presidential election, with himself no doubt a candidate. But Johnson, deliberately or not, has followed tlie Truman pattern in a general way up to this point. Tinman lost no time, after becoming president, in addressing a joint session of Congress to say he would continue Roosevelt's policies. Johnson did the same, to express his support for the late President Kennedy's programs. Truman asked the Roosevelt cabinet to stay although there were changes later. Johnson has asked the Kennedy Cabinet to stay. Truman paid the House of Representatives a surprise visit 19 days alter taking office, and had lunch there. Twice within the 19 days since he took office Johnson has visited the House, and had lunch there. Truman early favored ft tax- aid program. Right from the start Johnson favored Kennedy's tax-cut program. Within six months after Truman became president tlie Republicans began opening up on him. They seem to be getting restless already about their moratorium on Johnson. -o- •«- -o- One of them — Rep. Frank J. Becker of New York — complained Tuesday that "when Democrats call for a moratorium on politics, it's just to gag Republicans." His wasn't the only voice of complaint. So things ought to be getting back to normal around the first of the year. BONNIE Mr. and Mrs. Charles Casey of Downers Grove were called to Spring Garden by the illness of Mrs. Casey's father. Jack Fryer. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Randell spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Asa Knowles. Those who helped Myrtle Beard celebrate her birthday Monday, were, Mabel Book, Sally Knowles, Elizabeth Jefferies and Fern Leonard. Mrs. Lula Summers entertained friends from Rochelle, 111., over the weekend. Art Hays attended church at Providence. Bonnie played St. Mary's basketball team Friday night. Bonnie won. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Thom from Highland spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Howard. Harold Hicks and son from St. Louis, Mo., spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Susan i Hicks. Mrs. Alma Meyers called Wednesday on Mrs. Sally Allen of Dahlgren. Lonnie Hicks went to St. Louis, Mo., Saturday with the Art Dept. of Mt. Vernon High School. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jeffries of Benton spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jeffries. Mrs. Maggie Martin of Dare- vllle spent Wednesday with Mrs. Susan Hicks. Marsha Hicks, Glenda Braddy, Beverly and Brenda Hale attended the Hootenanny at Mr. Vernon High School Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kelley of Ina, Miss Wilma Book of Bonnie visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelley and family of Dix. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bennett visited with Mr. and Mrs. Linsey Gill of Opdyke Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Casey and Mrs. Myrtle Beard attended singing at Bethel Tabernacle Sunday afternoon. Miss Elizabeth Glasco and Miss Janet Beckman attended the Hootenanny Saturday night at Mt. Vernon High. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pierce and Junior visited Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce Sunday. Those attending Fern Leonard's birthday Monday were Eva Whitlock. Myrtle Beard, Elizabeth Jeffries and Mabel Book. Mrs. Anna Stricklin of Tna nnd Mrs. Curt Cockimm ot Elgin called on Mrs. Eva Whitlock Monday. . . . Mrs. Asa Knowles, Cor. fit IDE!) SliltMAItlNR ^^^•W Sau Merry Christmas Sean Misc.—Nov. 63 ROEBUCK AND CO Pick Your Price Get Big Savings on Most Models In Sears Big Selection save •3-1. 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