10-C THE REfJTSTKR NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Today In History Bj THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Wednesday, Dec. IS. the 353rd day of 1968. There aiv 13 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1865, the 13th amendment to the U.S. Constitution was adopted, abolishing slavery. On this date: In 1777. George Washington's nrmy went into winter quarters at Valley Forge. In 1787, New Jersey beeamo the third state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. In 1915. President Woodrow Wilson married a widow, Edith Bollinggalt. The wedding took place at the bride's Washington home. In 1923. the United States rejected a request by the Soviet Union for diplomatic recognition. In 1935, Dr. Eduard Benes was elected president of Czechoslovakia. In 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt named a committee to investigate the military disaster at Pearl Harbor 11 days earlier. Ten years ago — Former Soviet Premier Nikolai A. Bul- ganin told a Communist party meeting in Moscow he was guilty of conspiring against the part leadership. Five years ago — Some 500 African students in Moscow rioted in Red Square, protesting against racial discrimination. One year ago — A military .iet crashed into a Tucson, Ariz., supermarket after the crew had bailed out. Six persons were killed, and nine were listed as missing. yvinuisuSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1968 GROWING UP, Julie, like most children, enjoyed her parents, loved her pets, endured braces on her teeth. Her father's position as vice president naturally brought her into contact with President Eisenhower, to whom she will now be related. In 1960 12-vear-old Julie wore a Nixon hat to show support of her father's presidential campaign. This year, she actively participated in dad's successful bid for the White House. CAMPBELL'S Legal Notice NOTICE TO: Warren Threlkeld. Irene Whaling, devisees, heirs, legatees and assigns of Wallace Threlkeld, deceased; devisees, heirs, legatees and assigns of Howard Hirons, deceased, and unknown owners: To Dewey E. Barton, County Clerk of Jefferson County, Illinois: TAKE NOTICE that on October 10, 1966 Charles W. Waite as Commissioner for said County, purchased all minerals underlying premises as follows: EVz of SE% Sec. 24, T.3.S., R.l. E. of 3rd P.M. Jefferson Co., HI. at sale in County Treasurer's Office of said County for delinquent gen. taxes and received certificate of purchase there for* Taxes included judgment for which mineral rights were sold for year 1965 and last assessed in name of George Threlkeld estate and Howard Hirons. On October 21, 1968 said Commissioner assigned certificate to Wilburn Panzier and Ruby Panzier, now owners thereof. Nov. 5, 1968 said owners filed with County Clerk for said County, notice of extension of period of redemption from tax sale to April 10, 1969. 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