Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 29, 1951 · Page 13
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 13

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, June 29, 1951
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FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1951 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT VERNON, ILLINOIS Tricky Stuff in Groucho's Alimony By Aiioclatcd Pr<ii> SANTA MONICA, Qdif., 'Juno 29.—Comedian Groucho Marx is settling his alimony obligations for $49,000. , " Under an agreement signed in 1943 when ho and his first wife now Mrs. Ruth Garrity, wore divorced, Marx wa.s to pay her 12 Viper cent of his not income during her life or until he divorced his next wife. Marx and his second wife were divoi'ced in 19 '16, and that terminated his alimr)ny to the first Mrs. Marx. She alleged .<?he was unaware of this phase of the agreement when slic signed. The Supreme Co\irt appioved 4'. the lump settlement yesterday and attorneys stipulated that there was no intent to defraud upon,the part of Marx when the original agreement was signed. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue of an order and dc- A', cree of the County Court of Jef^ ferson County, Illinois, in probate, entered on the 19th day of Juno, 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 expcn.scs of administration, I shall, on the 18th day of July, 19.'5]. 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 1' 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 Opdykc, all situate in the County of Jefferson and State of Illinois, on the foUowihg terms, to-vvit: CASH. (Subject to general taxes now due or as.sessed.) Dated this 21st day of June, 1951. W JAMES L. WOODRUFF, Administrator of the Estate of Sadie Byars, Deceased. DeWitt and Woodruff. First National Bank Bldg., Mt. Vernon, Illinois. 7-6 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 for general ta.xes 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: Lot Three (3) in Block Forty- Six (46) in the Town of Opdyke, |fi 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. FOR SALE Grocer>' Store, Meat Market & Building. Mu.<it sell immediately due to 111 health. Write— Box M.L., c/o Reg.-News COMMITTEES WORK ON REMAP COMPROMISE Clyde Lee of Mt. Vernon on House Group Studying Redittricting. By AisoclaUd Prtit SPRINGFIELD, III., June 29.— Illinois legislators today fumbled for an answer to how they should redraw the state's 26 existing Con- gro.ssiona) districts into 25 new onos, The Senate and House approved conflicting plans with the result that a .joint legislative conference committee was named to iron out riiMcrences. TInless a settlement is reached, Illinois candidates for the national House would have to run from the state at large in November, 1952. The House arrangement is objectionable to friends of Congressman Charles W Vur.sell, Salem Republican, who would be thrown into a sprawling new territory with Congressman Peter Mack ot C orlinville, a Democrat The Senate proposal would put Macoupin counl-y, where Mack resides, into the piesent district of Congre.s.sman Sid Simpson, Car- j-nlltcn Repiiblican. Simpson supporters in the legislature are cool toward this version as are lawmakers interested in Conp;vessman Edward H, Jenison of Paris, a Republican. Jenison would have to campaign from the Indiana line to Springfield in the district carved out for him. The committee working on a compromise includes these five Senators: Arthur Bidwill (R-River Forest), Victor McBroom (R- Kankakee).) Arthur Van Hooser (R-Metropolis),) Robert Young fD-Hurst) )and Timothy Donnelly (D-Carlinvillo). Lee On Committee Named to represent the House were Reps. Dave Hunter (R-Rockford),) Roi:)crt J. Bran.son (R-Centralia), Robert Burhams (R- Peoria),) Clyde Lee (D-Mt. Vernon and Paul Ferguson (D-Decatur). Because of national population shifts, the Illinois Congressional delegation will be reduced by one next y'ear. NEAL BROTHERS ROOFING COMPANY Genuine Ru-Ber-Old Roofing, Siding & Rockwool Insulation Office: Mt. Vernon III. EXCAVATING BULLDOZER AND TRUCKS Land clearing, pond and basement work. All kinds of dirt work SHAMROCK TRACTOR SERVICE — Phones 1644 — 2913-W - 2310 — 8484-W. HARRY A. RICH GENERAL INSURANCE Ashlev Road—Phone 195 I Insure Anythinc Ajjainrt [ Everythlnc J NICE SURBURBAN HOME, miles east on Rt. 15, « rooms, «I1 modern, wired for electric stove, automatic hot water heater, farage, poultry house, small barn, can be bought with 1 acre or 19 acres; 18 acres limed and phosphated, ail fenced. Owners movinc to larger (arm. EXCELLENT SURBURBAN building site; 11 acres on highway 460. about 6% miles southeast—only $950. 40 ACRE FARM, 4 room house. 2 porches, lights, telephone available, on ail-weather road, Mt. Vernon high school district, 24 acre* limed and phosphated—$5000. 140 ACRES, most all limed, all fenced, 4 room house, garage, barn with metal roof, poultry house, Dodds township, $8500. R. LeBEN GARRISON Real Estate Broker BEN ROEDER - Salesman 1601 Broadway Phone 104 or 4695 DO YOU WAHT AN INVESTIHENT INCOME? Safe, Sound Properties, Equities, and Contracts In Mt. Vernon PAY 70/0 UP ON YOUR INVESTMENT EXAMPLE: EQUITY INVESTMENT $3200.00 RENTAL INCOME $75.00 per month 1. INCOME PAYS FOR Beautiful, Modern, Well-Constructed Home Worth $12,000.00. and 2. PAYS YOU A PROFIT Of Approximately $340 Per Yeor, or Over 7% on Your $3200.00 Investment. You Work Hard for Your Savings - - Let Your Savings Work for You For Perspnal Information Without Obligation Write Register-News, Box No. X SENATE BALKS AT 4c STATE GASOLINE TAX If House Backs Down Nickel Tox Would Take Effect. By Assoeiatod Press SPRINGFIELD, 111., June 29.— A one cent in the state gasoline tax, a two cent increase or none at all—that was the No. 1 issue facing the Illinois legislature today as final adjournment closed in. The first step—and possibly the last—in reaching a decision was a scheduled House vote on whether to reverse its stand for a four cent tax and accept instead Governor Stevenson's nickel proposal. Senate refusal yesterday to go along on the four cent plan developed by the House Republican majority kept the question in the balance. The Senate endorsed five cents on June 12. If the House backs down, the nickel gas tax automatically clears the Assembly and advances to Governor Stevenson. If it sticks by its guns, then a Senate-House conference commit­ tee will be set up to attempt an adjustment of dfiferences between tho two branches. In the event a conference group failed to come up with a solution acceptable to both Senate and Hou .HO, a second committee would be appointed. Failure of its recommendations would mean the gas tax would stay at the present throe cents a gallon. The four cent levy would bring in an estimated ,$80,000,000 in revenues for a road building program. The nickel tax would produce $100,000,000. The proposed distribution of re- FRESH DRESSED FRYERS $1.25 On Foot $1.00 Deliver on Saturday NOAH MOORE Phone 3955-J3 Dr. Whitaker DENTIST First National BanM Bldg. Phone 1022 FIRE • • • FIRE 3H inches of YORKTBX MINERAL WOOL stops as much h««t M 124 inches concrcM. CERTIFIED HOME INSULATION YORKTBX BLACK MINERAL WOOL blown inside the hollow side wsll spaces and over the top floor ceiUngs wil accom* plish just as nmch as the thick concrcto wall. Your home win be as nmich as IS^ cooler in summer and as muck as 40^ of yeur fuel cost will kc sav«d in wintor. Free EotinutM. > i Neal Brothers Roofing Co. Office: Mt. Vernon, 111. HOME FOR SALE, TRADE OR LONG LEASE-BY OWNER 227 S. 18th 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 window. See Troy Hawkins 205 N. 14th XOTICE TO TAXPAYERS All Personal Tax and First Installment of Real Estate Taxes should be paid on or before July 5, 1951. 1% penalty will be charged on Personal and First Installment of Real Estate Taxes paid after above date. If you haven't received a statement on your Property, please mail legal description to this Office and we will mail statement to you. —Ray Jones, County Treasurer. Head of Bell Company Dies By Associafod Press NFAV YORK, June 29.—Leroy A. Wil.son, president of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, died vcstorday. He was 50. Wilson, who rose from traffic clerk to head of the Bell .sys- ceipts under the four cent plan favors rural and county roads, while cities and the state hifihway system would get a bettor break from the nickel proposal. Sues Employers On Drug Effect By Associated Press NEW YORK, June 29—A Brooklyn chemist is suing his former employers for Sl.OOO.OOO. charging that prolonged work on synthetic female hormones has rendered him impotent. Hi.s \yife is suing for $100,000 damages, claiming she ha* lost his services as a husband. tom in 29 years, had been a patient at Presbyterian Hospital. ILENMOIE DISTILIEIIES CONPAMT LOUISVlUE, XENTttCKY A FINER BLEND FROM OLD KENTUCKY BLENDED WHISKEY, 86.8 PROOF. THE STRAIGHT WHISKIES IN THIS PRODUCT ARE FOUR YEARS OR MORE OLD. 37'/.% STRAIGHT WHISKIES. S2 '/4* QRAIN HEUTRAL SPIRITS 309 S. 10th H IN OMAN Phone 4035 & HENSON Real Estate Brokers Phone 3622 HENSON Phone 3149.J JOE P. BOYLE S GEORGE M. COX REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE Horvey Williamson • Don Thomat, Salesmen 1009 Main St. — Phone 3150 New 4 room bungalow, modern except heat, 10 acre* of land, t miles out. 4^ aerci, 6 room house, eloa* In, all weather road—$1000 down. New 4 room bunfalow, modern except heat, attached g:arare, near 26th street, west Broadway. 8 room modern bung'alow, 97 feet hard road frontage, near Sura- mersviUe school, east hard roaa—priced reasonable. New 4 room modern bungalow, suburban, city water—$5000. Terms. $750 down and $50 per month, bu^s two properties on one lot, paved street, Franklin school—$4750. See us for building lots—we have a good variety. 5 rooms, modern, north location—$3500. ATTENTION, ELKS- ANOTHER FREE COCKTAIL PARTY Saturday, June 30 6:30 P. M. TILL 9:00 *DANCE to the MUSIC of* MAXINE and HER BOYS • • Elks and Out - of - Town Guests $1 Per Person Service Charge Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 819 B. P.O.E. New 4 room brick; hardwood floors, nice built-in cabinets, utility room, oil heat, very nice—west of town. Well located 5 room modern home, basement, stoker, full lot—408 South 19th. 4 room modern, hardwood floor, nice cabinets, well located—only $5800. Terms. In Centralia—new, two bedroom home, aluminum siding, storm windows, rock wool insulated, hardwood floors, varnished cabinets, garbage disposal, 6 closets, near high school. Modern in every respect. New, modern 4 room, cabinets, oil heat on South 15th street. 4 room house, east of town, $750 down, balance on contract. 7 room home on south 13th street; corner lot, modern except heat. 5 room modern. 20 acres, good land, all weather road, newly reconditioned, basement, stoker, joins school. A very nice 4 room bungalow in Opdyke—only $2800. 60 acres, 5 room house, modern except heat, barn, garage, other outbuildings, all in excellent condition; 40 acres hog fenced, some timber, on all weather road. 15 acres. 4 room house, barn, all hog fenced, orchard, on all weather road and school bus Une, beautiful shady yard, close in. 20 acres unimproved on all weather road—only $600. 5 acres, good building site, on Fairfield R«ad. 11 BEN E. SMITH Office 1714 V. H. QUIGLEY W. .N, CURLESS S.\LESMEN 815 nnnth l»th 3 Rooms, modern except heal, newly decorated, Mttth— ISSM. tcrm.s. 8 Room duplex, modern except heat, west location— $6S00. tSM <•«•• balance like rent, 12 Room apartment house, furnished; Income $91 montli< Caa bought on ea-sy terms. 6 Rooms, two lots, priced to sell. In Waltonville. 6 Room duplex, modern except heat—$300 down. West location. 5 Rooms, northeast location; modern except heat, doable iara(e« tool house, close to new Franklin school. 5 Rooms, water, lights, 605 Bell street. Can be bought on terma. 4 Rooms, modern except heat, west location; $600 down—total prie* $5000. 4 Room house, modern except heat, west location, good terms. Frieo $4750—a good buy. 4 Room new house, Insulated rockwool, two lots, glassed-in baekpcrcK water in house—$4250. Located in Bonnie. Farms—5, 7, 8, 10, 30, 40, 80, 180, 200 acre*. LISTINGS WANTED—FARIM and CITT PROPERTT •.:t |||IIIIMIHIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII IIIIIIIHIHIIIII nilllllllHi I WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE A I COOL, DRY BASEMENT? We Have for Your Inspection This New Beautiful, Modern Home | Some of the outstanding features are two 1 large bedrooms, ample closet space, large kitchen dinette and an attractive living room, with a beautiful picture window. I This Home is Exceptionally Well Constructed i With Oak hardwood floors, inlaid linoleum i in kitchen and bathroom, large dry base- 1 ment with a ground floor door. This base- i 1 ment affords a delightful recreational | i room and can also be utilized for a third i I bedroom. I Locai-ed in an Exclusive Neighborhood | on a Large Lot | A REAL BARGAIN I Immediate Occupancy—Call Us Today JAMISON REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE AGENCY TELEPHONES: 372-373 iNiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiii"ii"iU"i">i"*i<"i>U" i.iiiiiiiiiiii ml iiiii 111 Here is a bargain. New 4 rooms, painted plaster walls, ballt-ia cabinets, garage—only $3150 for cash deal. $1000 down, balance like rent buys almost new 5 rooms, hardwood floors, built-in kitchen and bath, water heater, plaster walls, west—only $5500. 4 rooms, three outbuildings, 11 lots, in Boyd, III.—$2000. 8 room apartment building, three units, 3Q4 south 17th street —only $5000. Beautiful A rooms, ultra modern, garage near completion, 2402 Cherry street. Can finance FHA. Extra nice 50 acre farm, land limed and phosphated, 6 room modern home, 2-car garage, bam, gravel road, good fencing—ToUe road. Nice restaurant on lOth street. Bargain. 5 room modern exeept hcatt garage, 1213 Jones atreet. New 4 rooms, all modem, in northwest—only $66M. Business .building, .reatonnal fixtures, .filling .station, .iiWBf quarters in Woodlawn, III. Prkai to sell. Attractive 4 rooms, modem a- cept heat—Fab-field ro«d. • Very attractive 7 room «ltrs modern ranch-style, loBf HTtBg room, hardwood floors, bnJIt-la kitchen, I '/i baths, garbace 4i»> posal, den, breezeway, lmr (t garage, plot 148x380. Beautiful 5 rooms, modem, !•« rage, No. 2 Shaw'a Garden. A. HAROLD WILLIAMS LOGAN C. RICHARDSON "YOUR RELIABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS" 315 South 10th Street. Room B — Telephone 251-755 SEE US FOR THE FINEST SELECTION OF REAL ESTATE CITY HOMES Ja-^ -fARMS [BUSINESS LEASE' " JSo GeXJ £H. XJJAU ^ SaxU^ \ NEW LOCATION TENTH & HARRISON — Same Fhontt 62-789 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" 8 room all modern home; extra large lot, baths, bullt-tn UtcbM cabinets, splendid state of repairs inside and out, beantlfnOy decorated, 1 block of Franklin school, and 4 blocka of tlw public square. A wonderful home for a large family or aultabto for renting out rooms, or ideal for a duplex. This fine h«M can be purchased on attractive terms or owner will exchaof* for other property. Owner willing to sacrifice. $300 down, balance $25 per month buys 5 room home; modem a- cepl heat, full lot, close to Car Company, Wagner Electric Mi Jefferson Memorial Hospital. Why rent? $500 down, balance like rent buys new 5 room efflcieney bungalow; hardwood floors, built-in bath, built-in cabinets, fine locatlca west. A real buy. $500 down, balance like rent buys two new homes, 1 2 -room heoM; 1 3-room home, near Shoe Factory. GRAB this iiefort it It too late. The "York Grocery" east of town, on Moadowbrook Road; modem fixtures and stock at practically one-half of cost. The owners wUt give their equity in the store buUdfng and living quarters aBbjMl to only a $2800 loan, payable at $30 per month, to the purchaur of the stock and fixtures. The price of the stock and fixturca li only $2000. In other words, only $4800 will purchase a hoow. • business, modern fixtures for a grocery store and about MM worth of groceries and stock. Your family can operate this bail* ness. The only store off of the hard road, east of Mt. Vernon. This is without exception the finest value that we have listed since we have been in (he real estate businss. S room modern bungralow, oti heat, hardwood floors, built-in electric water heater. East of town for only $6500. $1000 down, balance like rent buys new 5 room bungalow, alalrwaj to unfinished upstairs, hardwood floors, built-in cabinet*, bNiN- in bath, nice lot. Wonderful location west side. $500 down, balance like rent buys S room efficiency; modem «• cept heat, new home located on the south hard road. Bethel school, lot 140x175, 140-ft. frontage on the hard Owner leaving, wUl SACRIFICE. $500 down, balance like rent buys 5 room efficiency homo; MMdMl* brook Addition, located in the SummersviUe school diUHeic- only $3650. Fine duplex, located on paved street, west part, oonaiatac tf t 5-room effciency, 1 4-room efficiency, ail furnished, haidWMi floors, electric hot water heater, stoker heat, full baseamt. Oim» er will sell. New 5 room efficiency home, 1521 Lamar; hardwood fiMn, fe «fll4i cabinets, electric hot water heater, built-in bath. OwMt to *— to sacrifice this fine home for an hnmediate sale. Consult o Reoi Estofe Speeialitt who kiMwt mMyHim has hod over twenty yeors of succMiful eip«ri «nc» Wt I will moke you o CASH OFFER for your hoiM •* '

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