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December 13, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SEN. DOUGLAS SAYS Officers Can Dance With The Debutantes WASHINGTON (\P) _ Son Paul Dn .i -I.is, D-III., has dem- on.ilrated hp is not mollified by Army assurances Hint the announced transfer of the !>lh army headquarters from Chicago to Ft, Sheridan, III., could not he accomplished before into under any circumstances. The move from Hyde Park in Chicago to Ft. Sheridan was announced by the Pentagon as part of a general move to consolidate bases and reduce expenditures. "The move was not adequately considered," snid Douglas Thursday after he and Democratic House members from Chicago met In his office with Eugene H. Merrill, deputy assistant secretary of the Army lor installations. "While the over-all program is good for the country and while Illinois gains somewhat in the changes, Chicago loses very materially," Douglas said. He contended thai the Army Insisted in 1'Jiil on moving from Ft. Sheridan to Hyde Park "because the commanding general preferred city life" and now "I suppose the commanding general prefers rural life." He added a belief that the move is to be made "so army officers can go to the Onwentsia Country Club and dance with the debutantes." Merrill told the Illinois group that although the move is programmed, the Army must congressional authorization and appropriations before it can proceed with the new construction required at Ft. Sheridan, lie said this probably could not accomplished before 1!M>5 at the Hoffa-Gibbons Rift Patched CHICAGO (AP) - A rift between Teamster Pr e s i d c n t .Fames U. Hoffa and his executive assistant anarcntly has hen patched for the time being. Hoffa said Thursday Harold ,1. Giblxins of St. Louis has agreed to stay in his executive position until Hoffa's law suits are settled. Gibbons' only reaction to Hoffa's statement was, "No Comment." The two union chiefs came to Chicago to negotiate a national Teamsters contract with the trucking industry. Gibbons was one of five Hoffa aides who reportedly resigned from their international union posts in a dispute as to how the union should react to President Kennedy's assassination. Gibbons is the union's 11th vice president, president of Teamsters Joint Council No. 13 and president of Local 688. Buffalo's post-season roster contains the names of 15 players who were with the New York Mots. earliest and possibly not until IfHiti. He said the move would save Hie Army about $1.5 million annually in operational costs and salaries of personnel. The Pentagon has said the move would affect a total of 2,221 jobs, in- eluding 1,013 civilian jobs transferred or eliminated. World News Bangkok, Thailand (AP)—The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization ISEATO) accepted the resignation of .Secretary-General Pole Sarasin of Thailand today and appointed his deputy, William Worth of Australia, as the alliance's acting top official. Potc left the SEATO post to become minister of national development in Thailand's new cabinet. CAIRO (AP)-The labor ministers of 21 African countries resolved Thursday night to press for the suspension of South Africa from the International Labor Organization on the ground that its apartheid policy makes it unworthy of membership. Tills suspension demand is contained in a resolution to be presented at the organization's general conference next June. BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) Five Saudi Arabian princes who are feuding with their brother, King Saud, have been granted political asylum in Lebanon. They left Saudi Arabia for the United Arab Republic last year. They later came to Beirut and took up residence in Lebanon, a refuge for many Arab politicians. SEOUL, Korea (AP)—About 200 law students clashed with club-swinging police today as they tried to stage a prohibited demonstration in front of the headquarters of South Korea's ruling military junta. The police dispersed the students after a 30-mlnute free-for- all. The students, from Seoul National University's law college, object to a recent national examination law which they claim is unfavorable to them. I GIVE THE I GIFT 1 THEY'LL I ENJOY I EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR! A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION 13 r John Esposlto Gillette, NJ. Laydc Montgomery Greenwood, Miss. Eileen Maclin Cleveland, Ohio Roomful of Keen Teeners Here are some of the faces of America's most promising high school science students. Their pictures were taken while 350 of these future scientists gathered in Chicago to attend the National Youth Conference on the Atom. The con* ference afforded them the op>- portunity to question some of America's foremost scientists on the latest developments in the technological fields. They also took field trips to the Dresden Nuclear Power Station, the nation's first full- scale, privately financed atomic power plant, and the Atomic Energy Commission's Argonne National Laboratory, Richard A. Lochner Dubuque, Iowa William R. Searles Albert Lea. Minn. Natural Gas Pipelines Spread Out By CIIAKI .eS HASLET WASHINGTON ' (AP) — The nation's giant network of natural gas pipelines is continuing its rapid growth. Federal Power Commission reports show that during the July 1-Sept. 1 period this year, il authorized approximately $171.6 million in natural gas pipeline construction. Authorized facilities included 1,525 miles of pipeline and 155,770 horsepower in compressor capacity. They are designed to increase pipeline capacity by 865 million cubic feet of gas a day. All but two states on the mainland — Maine and Vermont — now have some gas pipeline mileage, an FPC spokesman said. Since the commission was authorized to certify pipelines by the 1942 Natural Gas Act, it has authorized construction of 107,894 miles of line up to June 30, this year. The figure does not include intrastate pipelines not engaged in interstate transportation of gas. Also authorized during that period was 7,509,500 horsepower in compressor capacity. Total cost of the authorized facilities from Feb. 7, 19-12 to June 30, 1963 was $9,969,841,000. The commission has deferred further consideration of a procedure in which it has proposed changing some of its natural gas pricing area boundaries and establishment of some new areas. The proceeding, it said, will be held in abeyance until it received and makes analyses of cost and operating information questionnaires i t sent out to more than 100 natural gas producing companies. The commission announcement said its analysis of the problem in the light of comments received led it to conclude: "That geographical and geological considerations should not form the basis of any general revision of the area boundaries in the absence of additional cost and price pattern information now being developed in pending proceedings. Somebody entered an Ohio home and stole the drums v.t twin young boys. Police haven't thought of searching neighbor' homes. W-G Motors Soys: , "Take a spin!" MERCURY "All this and power, too!" That's the reaction we guarantee you'll have when you get behind the wheel of this more luxurious, more powerful new Mercury! All this and Breezeway styfmg, too! Glen B. Gersmchl Napoleon, Ohio George Wild Chicago, III. TO THE MT. VERNON Register - News We Would Be Happy to Mail The Register- News to Your Friends and Relatives Any Place That You Desire It to Be Sent. ft A Christmas Card With Your Name Will ft H Be Mailed to the Person Receiving Your JJ $} Gift Subscription to the Mt. Vernon 3 N Register-News. y? |— 1 — - SUBSCRIPTION RATES" — — * | BY MAIL JEFFERSON COUNTY AND ADJOINING COUNTIES: • . One Year $7.00; Six Months $4.25; Thret Months $2.75; I I One Month $1.00. BY MAIL OUTSIDE JEFFERSON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES | I WITHIN 250 MILES: . One Year $11.00; Six Month* $7.00; Three Months $4.50; I fins Mnnth <1 71 » to the following: I Flatley Is NFL Rookie Of The Year By JACK HAM) Assncinted Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-P<nii Fiat- ley, rangy split end of tho Minnesota Vikings, was named Rookie of the Year in the National Football League Thursday by an Associated Press panel from 11 league cities. The 6-foot-l, 187-pound former Northwestern star, ranked eighth among the top pass receivers in the league in the latest statistics. He had caught W -G MOTORS 513 South Tenth—Ml. V«rnon, Illinois 51 passes for 8fi7 yards and four touchdowns and was ihe only newcomer anions; the lenders, elected Flatley as the club's No. -1 draft a year ago at Chicago. "Paul has great hands and uses his head," said Coach Norm Van BrocWin recently. "He has everything but blazing speed." John Mackey, Baltimore's 6-3, 220-pound tight end from Syracuse, a No. 2 draftee, also received mention from several of the 12-man committee of sports writers and sportscasters, three from each NFL city. Don Brumm, defensive end of the SI. Louis Cardinals win made him their No. 1 draftee from Purdue, was outstanding despite injuries. Ron Goodwin, Philadelphia offensive end from Baylor, also impressed the panel after a slow start due to injuries. Cynthia A. Bocian Baltimore, Md. Iowa's Fred Riddle set a Bin; : Ten record when he throw f'.vc touchdown passes in Ihe same against Indiana this season. Lloyd Phillips. '220 - pound freshman guard from Longview, Tex., is rated by Coach Frank Broyles of Arkansas "as good a line prospect as I've ever had." The Texas-Oklahoma football game has phi'"d to sellout crowds IS strait, it years. LEGAL NOTICES • • no. I One Year $10.00; Ono Month $1.50. | SERVICEMEN AND OUTSIDE 250 MILES: Three Months $4.00; I One Month $1.75 ' Please send The Register News for | Name _ — NOTICE SALE OF RKAL ESTATE By virtue of an order and decree of the County Court of Jefferson County, Illinois, in probate, entered on the 12th day of December, 1963, on the pelition of the undersigned Laura L. Owens, administrator of the Estate of Alva E. Owens, deceased, for leave to sell the real estate of said deceased to pay debts and costs and expenses of administration, I shall, on the 13th day of January, 1964, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m. on said day, sell at public vendue at the South Door of the County Courthouse Building, in the City of Mt. Vernon, In said County, the following described real estate: The Southeast Quarter (SE'/il of the Northwest Quarter (NWVil of Section Fourteen (141, Township One (1) South, Range One (1) East of the Third Principal Meridian, subject tc. tenancy rights of Raymond Mashoff for year, 19ft!. All situate in the County of Jefferson and Stale of Illinois, on the following terms, to wit: CASH. Dated this 12th day of December, 1963. LAURA L. OWENS, Administrator of the Estate of Alva E. Owens, Deceased. FRANK II. WALKER, Attorney 1001 Vi Broadway, P. O. Box 913, Mt. Vernon, Illinois 12-27 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Estate of VV. H. Norfleet deceased. The undersigned having been appointed Executor of the Last Will and Testament of W. 11. Norfleet. 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 Executor's Notice Ol Claim Date Estate of Marie Allee Hollenbach, Deceased. The undersigned having been appointed Executor of the last will and Testament of Marie Allee llollenbach, deceased, hereby gives notice that Monday, the 3rd day of February, 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. Continental Illinois National Rank and Trust Company of Chicago, Bv: M. J. Termondt Execulor- 12-27 GO.. . 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