Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 22, 1951 · Page 7
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Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, June 22, 1951
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FRIDAY, JUNE 72, 195T THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS lladiO DAY BV DAY Central Local Time — Listings fit eltlier Oayllght or Standard unless noted. NfiW YORK. June 22 — A famous Bronx couple is all set to take a first hand look at Europe. Gertrude (Molly) Berg, and husband Lewis (Jake), of CBS-TV"s •The Goldbergs" will start their first vacation in 22 years next week when they sail aboard the Queen Mary. "We 're going to visit the ghettos in every city we tour," Molly said today as she packed another trunk. "I'd rather meet the people than see the sights anyway." First big city on the Berg itinerary is Paris, where they will meet daughter Harriet, currently recording tape interviews abroad for another CBS tiiow. "I'm looking forward to seeing two foster children I have adopted through the, foster parent's plan," Molly said. "One is a boy, nine. In Paris, and the other is an 11-year- old girl in Rome." After a tour of Austria and Iwitzerland, the Bergs will head Iwme late in October. FOR TOMGIfT (Friday) VBC — 7:C»{)—Short Story Drama. 7:30—Night Beat Mystery. 8:00—Amazing Mr. Malone. 8:30—Man Called X. 9:00—Life of Riley. CBS— 6:45—Edward R. Murrow with the news.. 7:00—(Premiere) Bloch Party- Musical Show. 8:00—(Premiere) Rayburn and Finch Show. 9:00—We Take Your Word. 4BC— 7:00—Dick Powell Mystery. 7:30—This Is Your* FBI. 8:00-Ozzie and Harriet. 8:30—The Sheriff Drama. MBS— 7:00—Magazine Theater. 7:30—Freddie Martin Orchestra. 00—Air Force Hour. 8:30—Bandstand U. S. A. 9:00—Frank Edwards. TELEVISION (Central Daylight — Standard one hour earlier), NBC— 7:00—The Quiz Kids. 7:30— We The People. 8:00—The Big Story. 8:30—Battle Report Washington. 9:30—Greatest fight of the Century: Louis vs. Baer, CBS— 7:00—Mama Drama with Peggy Wood. 7:30—Man Against Crime. 8:00—Live Like A Millionaire. 9:00—Morton Downey Show. ABC— 6:30—Life with Linkletter. 7:00—Twenty Questions. 8:00—Pulitzer Prize Playhouse. 9:00—Marshall Plan in Action. DUMONT — 7:30—Tre Art Baker Show. 8:00—Hands of Destiny. 9:00—Calvalcade of Stars. SATURDAY SCHEDITLINGS BASEBALL ~ MBS Game of the Day Network 12:55 p. m. Indians vs. Yankees at New York. NBC— 11:15 a. m.—Public Affairs Program. 3:00 p. m.—79th Division Maneuvers from Camp Pickett, Va. 3:15—Hoi-se Racing from Aqueduct. 7:30—Magnificent Montague. 9:00—Judy Canova. CBS— 9:00 a. m.—Make Way For Youth. 12:00—Noon Stars Over Hollywood. 3:30—Cross Section USA Interviews. 6:00—Johnny Dollar Adventure. 8:00—Gang Busters. ABC— 6:30—Space Patrol. 9:45—aub Can Do. MBS— 11:00 a. m.—Man on the Farm. 4:00 p. m.—Bobby Benson. 6:30—Comedy of Errors. 8:00—Hawaii Calls. 8:30—Guy Lombardo. 9:00—Chicago Theater of the Air. IN MimONS OF HOMES St .j6seph ASPIRIN If TNf BEST KNOWN NAMK IN ASPIRIN LEGAL NOTICES TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE TO J. W. RUTCHLER AND TO UNKNOWN OWNERS OF OR PARTIES INTERESTED: You are hereby notified that at a sale of real estate foi' general taxes duly made by the County Treasurer of the County of Jefferson in the State of lUinoig, at the County Court House, in the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, on the 10th day of October, 1949,, I purchased the following described real estate, nituated in said County, for the taxes, interest, penalties and costs due and unpaid thereon for the year 1948, to-wit: Lot Three (3) in Block Forty- Six (46) in the Town of Op" dyke, said property being assessed in the name of J. W. Rutchler. and that the time allowed by law for the redemption of said real estate will expire on the 10th day of October, 1951. H. E. ROANE, 7-6 Purchaser. TAX PURCHASER'S NOTICE TO H. C. PHILLIPS AND TO UNKNOWN OWNERS OF OR PARTIES INTERESTED: You are hereby notified that at a sale of real estate for general taxes duly made by the County Treasurer of the County of Jefferson in the State of Illinois, at the County Court House, in the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, on the 10th day of October, 1949, I purchased the following described real estate, situated in said County, for the taxes, interest, penalties and costs due and unpaid thereon for the year 1948, to-wit: . Eleven (11) lots (being all of the lots) in Block Twenty- seven (27) in the Town of Opdyke; Eight (8) lots (being all of the lots) in Block Thirty- eight (38- in the Town of Opdyke; said property being assessed in the name of H. C. Phillips, and that the time allowed by law for the redemption of said real estate will expire on the 10th day of October, 1951. H. E. ROANE, 7-6 Purchaser. NOTICE SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue of an order and decree of the County Court of Jefferson County, Illinois, in probate, entered on the 19th day of June, 1951, on the petition of the undersigned James L. Woodruff, Administrator of the Estate of Sadie Byars, deceased, for leave to sell the real estate of said deceased to pay debts and costs and expenses of administration, I shall, on the 18th day of July, 1951, at the hour of 11 o'clock A.M. on said day, sell at public vendue at the South door of the County Court House, in the City of Mt. Vernon, in said County, the following described real estate: Lots One (1 and Two (2) In Thomas E. Brown's Addition to the Town of Opdyke, all situate in the County of Jefferson and State of Illinois, on the following terms, to-wit: CASH. (Subject to general taxes now due or assessed.) Dated this 21st day of June, 1951. JAMES L. WOODRUFF, Administrator of the Estate of Sadie Byars, Deceased. DeWitt and Woodruff. First National Bank Bldg., Mt. Vernon. Illinois. 7-6 FOR SALE S250 down bu7* 4 room house with bkth. CloM In oo fWTtd street. 80 acres land, 4 roon house, eleetricitjr, good road, water In house. Price only %M per acre. 6 room all modern home. Clofc In at 524 North 11th straet; Pleaw call for appointment to set this reasonably priced home. Very attractive B room cfficney modern home at lOOS Sovth XSrd street. Can be seen by appointmtBt only. Will sell low as 912BI down to responsible party. Nearly new 5 room honit, bwm, caraKC, other outballdints, with 6 acres land, milca from eity. $750 down,' balance like rent buys 4 rooms modern except heat. Nice South 23rd street location. E. S. COOK 918f4 Main — Phone 317 or 4526 Iteril ii. Murphj REAL ESTATE AND INSURANa Marvin L. Moore - Frank Hopkins Salesmen GLENN MURPHY. Broker 1118 Moin St. —Phone 217 1.—Income property consistini: of 4 unit apartment buildlnf with all furnishings. Income $167.50 per month. 317 South 9th street. Out ot town owner will sacrifice for quieic sale. > 2.—Mr. Investor—of all the Investments in Mt. Vernon do not overlook this one bringinK in |500 per month. Buildinc 40x160. has four 4 room apartments, two 3 rooms and one 2 room apartment upstairs, office and garage with double duty car or truck lift on ground floor. Another feature is the location—€02 Malo street. Don't let this bargain pass. 8.—6 room modern ranch type home, hardwood floors, modern kitchen and bathrooms, utility room with oil furnace, lot 75x200, located close in east. 4.-4 room bungalow, garage, coal house and chicken house—only $2500. 5. —Good 8 room house nicely arranged In two 4 room apartments, located close in on 15th street. d. —Excellent building site, corner lot, Northbrook Drive. 7.—Out ot town owner will sell 5 room modern bungalow, venetiaa shades. Insulated, full basement, furnace, garage—weat part. 8.—Grocery stock of goods and fixtures, giMid location. 9.—90 or 133 acres, 4 miles southeast of Mt. Vernon on Lynehborr road, house and barn, 3 ponds and 3 wells, Improved rosd, dose to school and high school bus line. Ground has been limad and improved; farm mostly in corn. If sold soon will let 1/3 of crop 10.—4 room bungalow, modern except heat; also % room eottage oa «ame lot. Priced to sell—18th street. 11.—5 acres more or less on the Fairfield Road, with or withoat buddings—good building site. 12.— 6% acres. 4 room house, good out huMlngB, eleetriclty—WaltoavUla Road. ROCK BUBBLE GAS STORAGE BILL BECOMES LAW Mine District President Raps Governor for Not Vetoing Meosure. By Aiteel»l*d Prits SPRINGFIELD, 111., June 22.— Governor Stevenson has allowed the "Rock Bubble" was storage bill to become law without his signature. It i^ives corporations the right of eminent domain to create natural gas storage faciJities in rock formations deep underground. Officers of the Peoples Gas, Light and Coke Company said they planned eventual storage of 90,000,000.000 cubic feet of gas in a sandstone formation 2,300 miles square near Herschcr in Kankakee county. They said it was enough fuel to service 880,000 home heating customers in 234 northern and central Illinois citiet on a peak winter day. The fuel would be taken from two pipelines during summertime low use periods. The United Mine Workers of America and the Progressive Mine Workers of America fought the bill, hey said ti would cause unfair competition to the coal industry. After the Governor permitted the bill to become law yesterday, Hugh , White, UMW District 12 president, issiued a statement saying: "The Governor, in failing to veto If you see mm MIS" near your house you may have TERMITES AikNsffMlmpMliM Mt.Vernon Lumber Co. PHONK 28 Au(liorii.d RepmraMtiv* of .g'fl ^^'^j. Ohio V.II.V Termini. Con». I As "Tfce fmtf* TERMINIX Entire Family Of Dogs Enlists By Aiiiaef.t.d Prt%% ST. LOUIS, June 22.—An entire family—father, mother and daughter—has been accepted by the Marine Recruiting Office here. The "family" is comprised of three pedigree English bulldogs— "Jerry," "Boots" and "Bonnie." All three were offered as mascots fo the Marine Corps by Mrs. C. Mashek of Ficldon, 111. "Boots," the "daughter" will be assigned to the local recruiting office, The other two dogs will be sent to the Marine. Air Reserve Detachment at the U. S. Naval Air Station at Lambert Field here. this most vicious bill, has not only forgotten his campaign pledges to the citizens of southern Illinois but has subjected every land owner in the state to the provisions of a vicious act passed to give the powerful utility corporations the right of eminent domain." A second bill allowed to go into the statute books without Stevenson's approval raises salaries of city judges. NEAL BROTHERS ROOFING COMPANY Genuine Ru-Ber-Oid Roofing, Siding Si Rockwool Insulation Office': Mt. Vernon. IlL A GOOD INVESTMENT Fine Locotion North Side Close In. A 4.ROOM APT.~A S-ROOM APT. AND A BASEMENT APT. with monthly income of .$150.00. Two baths, hot air heat, double garage, nicely decorated. Here is a safe Investment with a good income. Priced to sell and on reasonable terms. The furniture is Included. ED B. MOSS at 1442 or 738, or V. E. RICHARDSON at 1203 JULIA RUTHERFORD —REAL ESTATE JOHN R. WOOLSEY, Solesman Phone 400 or 48 1011 Main St. $200 Cash, 128 per month, buys S rooms, north part—price $3000. 9 room modern home in west part—2 baths, basement, suitable for duplex; cottage in rear. Immediate possession. A real buy for quicic sale. 41 acre farm. 5 miles east of citv, 4 room house, barn, chlclcen house, electricity, teleplione—price $3500. $500 cash, balance liite rent, buys 4 room all modern bungalow, north part; built-in bath, built-in cabinet, hardwood floors, possession July 1—ft real buy. Price only $5500. For rent—4 room modern furnislied apartment. 712 Jordan; 2 room modern furnished apartment, 315 south 7th. Phone 400 or 48. New ranch type 4 rooms, hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, automatic heat, attached garage, city water, on hard road. 5 rooms, all modern. :ull basement, stolcer heat, newly decorated, now vacant. Choice location—408 south 19th street. 6 room bouse, modern except heat. Can be purchased on easy terms. On South 12th street. New 4 room house, hardwood floors, fireplace, built-in eablnets; also large shop building. Close in on Waltonville Road. 6 room house, close in on Cherry street. Will trade for small suburban property. Real nica 5 room house, built-in cabinets, modern bath, basement with furnace and stolter. 20 acres nice level ground, good roads, across from block school house—reasonable. 30 acre farm, now vacant, b\<2 miles east; fair buildings—only $3800. Good 77 acre farm, good buildings, miles north of Texico—only 17700. New 4 room house, modern except heat, barn and other outbuildings, t acres ground—close in. S room home in Biuford at a very low price. HINDMAN & HENSON "."^^r 309 S. 10th Phone 3622 ROBT. L. HARVEY, Broker Horold E. Chombliss, Solesman IIMIIilimillllfiiinilllllllllilllililllllllilllllllllllllllllllUIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIllHHIHIIIIIIIIIIIlllltllllllM^ YOUR RENT DOLLARS For what you're paying in rent every month, chances are you can pay for a home of your own. After a reasonable down payment, our financing plan involves payments just like rent. You make the same payment each month and that one payment may include taxes and insurance, too. Let's figure it out together. MT VERNON LOAN and BUILDING ASSOCIATION 112 N. ,10th ITHEL M. GREEN, Secy. Phone 38 BENTON MAN IS SENTENCED TO 6 YEARSJNPRISON Posed OS Federol Officer in Staging $1,500 Tennessee Robbery. i By AsioeiiUd Pr«» KNOXVILLE, Tenn., June 22.— James E. Newman, 42, o* Benton, li!., was sentenced to six years in the Federal penitentiary yesterday on charges of impersonating an officer in staging a 51,500 robbery in Knoxville Feb. 11. Newman p]eade.d guilty to the charge before Judge Robert L. TayJor in Federal court. Newman aftd Kenneth Kitts was Grow Your Hogs Faster ond Use Less Feed With PIONEER HOr BALANCER See Vniir linen I •>«nlrr FAIR FEED CO.. Dist. Mt. Vernon III. accused of posing as Federal alcohol tlx unit agents to gain entry to the home of Robert and Lynn Buckner on the pretenes of searching for whiskey. Once inside. Federal agents charged, the men robbed the brothers. Kitts was not tried here he already was under sentence from another Federal district court in connection with the other offenses. A 20-pound electric ray can store enough voltage to knock a man flat on his face. NEW TREAD TIRES As little as .^1.35 per week Will Buy a Guaranteed New Tread Tire. DUNCAN & GARRISON TIRE SERVICE Owner-Manager, — Stan Koziara 12tli & Bdw; Phone 817 —Fancy Dressed Poultry— 'PHONE YOUR ORDER FOR DRESSED POULTRY— We Will Have Your Order Ready When You Come and Guarantee Satisfaction! FOB L.ATE SEEDING ... We have 90-Day Hybrid Corn, Some Cow Peas, Millet and Grohoma. SEE US for All Kinds ot Insecticides, Dust and Liquid Sprays and SPRAYERS. FARMERS PRODUCE AND SEED COMPANY Phone 335 — O. B. SCRIVNEB, Mgr — 1010 Broadway HOME FOR SALE, TRADE OR LONG LEASE-BY OWNER 227 S. 18lh 7 rooms—3 bed rooms, large closet in each room. Carpeted throughout upstairs and down. Hot water heater, stoker, hot water heat, IV2 baths. Half way between Field and Jr. High school. Venetian blinds throughout. Curtains. Ready to move in. New awning on every windowi See Troy Hawkins 205 N. 14th piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiimiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiitniiiiniM I WHY PAY MORE WHEN YOU CAN BUY FOR LESS | I AT RADOM BUILDING SUPPLY? 1 I We would also like to give you a free estimate i I on roofing and siding contracts. Won't you i i come and see us. | I CALL 1394.R ASHLEY OR 87-R ASHLEY , M I RADOM BUILDING SUPPLY | I Radom, Illinois 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiliifiniiiiiiHiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiifiiiiMiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiitimiiitiiiHiiiiiiiHiiiiiM VENETIAN .Blinds Custom Made With Plastic Topes Aluminum ond Steel EGYPTIAN BUND AND FLOOR COVERING CO. 810 S. lOth Street — Phone 8184-J ANOTHER WISE DECISION MR. AND MRS. HARRY O. BORDEN are the proud owners of this beautiful, modern (FHA Construction Approved) home. This Delightful Home Represents Some of the Best Construction in the City of Mt, Vernon! This Purchase Was Handled Through the Facilities of Mt. Vernon's Outstanding Builder EARL D. JAMISON We Consider It an Honor and Privilege to Have Lovely People Like the Borden's Reside in tlie Exclusive JAMiSON-MANNEN SUBDIVISION JAMISON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AGENCY TELEPHONES: 372-373 V. H. QUIGLEY SALESMAN 8 Room duplex, nodern nt*pi htmt; ewntr tot, fat«i •ti—t. in, west—easy tcrna. 7 Roomi, newly decorated liirida %M mt, wattr tyaleini, fanit*. t lots in Wattonville— SS5<«. 3 Room tiouse, water, electricity, large ehlekcn 1 M«M. •( aiiw at town—easy terms. 4 Room, new house, insulated rockwoel, X lots, tlaiSHi-t« water in house, $4250. Located In Bonnie 5 Rooms, water and Ufhta. MB Bell street. Can ke bMifkl terms. 4 room new house, modem except heat, west location, Price $4750—a good buy. 4 room, modern except heat, west toeatlon; |<0« down— tetei priea, $5000. 12 Room apartment houae, •It famished and modem—|75M. %m down payment. Farms—7, 8, 10, 30, 40, 80, 180, 200 acre. LISTINGS WANTED: FABM and CITT PBOPCBTT See this prewar 5 rooms, built-in bath and kitchen cabinets, aowljr decorated, garage, full lot—$5200. Extra nice 7 rooms, ultra modern, large living room, fireplace, 4 bedrooms, 2'/^ built-in baths, modern ititchen, full, basement, gas iieat, garage—801 Oakland. Beautiful new 6 rooms, modem. 3 bedrooms, built-in bath, modem kitchen, large utility room, oil heat, garage near completion— 2402 Cherry, 6 rooms, all modern, garage. Lamar Avenue—only $6000. Very attractive 5 room efficiency, long living room, fireplace, hardwood floors, built-in bath, modern kitchen, fine basement, pipe furnace, -west edge of city. New 4 rooms, full basement, I acres, woven wire fenced on highway—only $6000. Good 7 room modem duplex, brick store building, plus 4 toflm cottage with bath, paved atreit, close in, a fine investment. . 4 room modem tile brick; ftiD basement; west—$7600. Beautiful new 5 room ranch style,, long living room, picture wbidow, hardwood floor;, built-in^ bath, modem Idtchen, den breeii- way, garage, only $10,000. a rooms, modem except henl^ full lot—1022 Prairie avenue. A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C. RICHARDSON "YOUR RELIABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS^ 315 South 10th Street, Room B — Telephone 251 -758 Evening Calls — Telephones 4254 or 2667-J NEW LOCATION TENTH & HARRISON — Som« Phones 62.7tf FOR YOUR CONVENIENCI "mi PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" S>: ,, .•;;.^.^^i.••.•,•.v.•.v:•.. i .-^i ^.i^ K^eis Beautifully shaded six roon home in the north peri: built-ia cab* •nets fireplace, oil heat, full basement, storm wtndowa eieiy thing to make a home to be proud of. Must be seen t« eppnidote. Nommal down payment buys » room efficiency house, harlweei floors, built-in cabinets, built-in bath, oU water heater, all furnace and garage. Balance paid like rent. This is a BOTt 6 room efficiency with 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors, carpctoi, awnings. Fully modern with plenty of shade. Excellenet lecattea. price will agreeably surprise you. $500 down, $3S per month buys a 4 room home, Venetian bllnis, newly decorated, eity water, in west part of town. BAKERY, 1011 Broadway—only one downtown and is a real aMsey maker. Excellent equipment—«wner might exchange for eitj property, but must sell. This la a real bargain. 6 room modem home, hardwood floors, oil furnace, over one aei* of ground, large utility room. Near Bethel school. Priced real—ably. 60 acres, all modern farm, six room home. An ideal home In wUefe to rais^ your children. Abundance of shade. Chicken house aai barn all in fine condition. Priced to sell. Clotiiing store doing good business. Owner must leave because el health. In small town Just outside Mt. Vernon. Only $3SH " 4 rooms, ail modern except heat; can be purchased for only $5H balance less than rent. Only $4500, in west part. Brick home, fully modern with 4 rooms and utility room in excellcal location, with good garage. This home is near transportatie* and is really a fine home for the price. Brick home with 4 rooms, all nodern, two bedrooms, plenty il clothes closets, hardwood floors, built-in cabinets, oil be**. Tkh house is worth the price and worth seeing. $1750 down buys nice hone with 5 rooms in good Belghliirieai. Fully modern with hardwood floors, buiit-ia eaMacti, Mlt4i bath, and balance can be paid like rent $500 down, balance like rent, bu .TS 4M S. SOth, S roam msHtim cept heat. Close to Field school and Junior Higb. Never tar alt. before. WouM exchange for other property. ConsuH o Reol Estate SpMislist who knw mm4 «*• has had over twenty yeort •! sueeesshil •«f«rlB»««- W» will moke you • CASH OFPf R lot you. hwno m Hm

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