Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 20, 1968 · Page 13
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 196* ,HE KEGISTKR-NKWS — MT.. VERNON. ILLINOIS Setting up electric trains be- \ Giant squid can attain a neath or near a Christmas tree j length of 55 feet and a weight is a fire hazard. I of 1,000 pounds. ALL KIDS WELCOME TO KENNY BAYER'S ANNUAL Christmas Party Monday, Dec. 23 Santa Will Arrive At 8 P.M. With Candy, Nuts And Oranges Forr All The Kids On The Paved Lot At The Rear Of Bank of Illinois 11th and Broadway Receive A Free Gift When You Make Sure You Get- One Come Nov. '69 Security will be mailing checks — Thousands of shop* ping dollars — to our Christmas Club members come November '69. Join now and get on the mail call. SECURITY BANK & TRUST CO. 119 N. 9th St. Mr. Vernon, III. NOW You Can Have A Brand New Car With No Down Payment Required! Special arrangements have been made for those with no money for a down payment to purchase a new . . . 1969 VOLKSWAGEN (Witli Approved Credit) THIS IS WHAT IT COSTS Sales Tax 1969 License Plates . Title Fee TOTAL $2003.95 Automutic Stick Shift Optional THIS IS WHAT YOU (JET: 1. HEATER & DEFROSTER 'A. BACK VP LIGHTS S. EMERGENCY FLASHER 4. DAY/NIGHT MIRROR 5. WINDSHIELD WASHER 6. SAFETY BELTS FRONT & REAR 7. PADDED DASH & SUN VISORS 8. FRONT SEAT HEAD RESTS ». LEFT OUTSIDE MIRROR 10. REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER 11. STEERING WHEEL LOCK A car that burns regular gas and gets about 'It miles per gallon, gets high tire mileage, never needs antifreeze, only holds approximately quarto of oil and hardly ever needs any between changes and has a two year warranty. THIS CAR WONT DRIVE YOU TO THE POOR HOUSE. e*iC £p*OTOR$, INC Salem Rd. North Ph. 242-6540 Open Evenings Til 8 P.M. j In general, length of life for 'rabbits is not more than 10 or ' 12 years, even when the species is protected. Several specias of sharks, such as the tiger shark and the soupfin shark, are used for food in certain localities. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS If you fail to receive your REGISTER-NEWS Call 242-0118 between flM hours of 6:00 and VtOO p.m. weekdays. Saturdays 8:80 to 4:30 p.m. A messenger will deliver your paper. * Give The Gift They'll Enjoy Everyday Of The Year HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS, left, and Boy Scouts help build housing for families made homeless by Communist attacks on Saigon. The Agency for International Develop* inent is providing shelter for nearly two million refugees. Horoscope Forecast Bridge LCSSOll Saturday: Christmas is right around the corner and you have an unusually good day and evening for shopping. Also doing for others some practical expression of your desire to be ol service. Remember someo n e close to you. You are also about to gel right answers regarding your career. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 191 A day for much activity in the outside world so that you make a real reputation for youself in right directions. Showing those in power you follow their ideas is wise. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Wonderful ideas occur to you today. You can gain your aspirations if you apply yoursell every minutes. Show that you aie alert to whatever is happening around you. GEMINI (May 21 to June 211 Completing duties that make life more secure is your best Li?t now as well as where the welfare of others is concerenod. Evening ideal for romance. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Get together with associates and show that you are a serious person regarding future relationship. A little excursion to some place of amuse ment with them later cements tics even better. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You con do just: the things you take pleasure in now and get the activities scheduled weeks ahead of time. This will improve your image. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) You have every oppoi'tunity now to get into the activities you i.isi- most. Also be very pleasing li one you love. Shop around ill' gifts you know are right lor others. LIBRA (Sept. 22 to Oct. 22) Why not give a party at your : lu me for a change and repay lsocial obligations long overdue? ' Aild to circle of friends. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Get an early start at shopping ' and be with good friends, plan ! 4if1s for the holidays, etc. Send ! cir last minute cards. Don't ; forget to write that important lieuer of a business or personal nature which you have been pulling off. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Tee. 21) Handling monthly monetary and real estate matters well now is easy where previously it lias been difficult. Don't lorgel to budget your money for the holidays now. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) A good day to do just what you like and reach fine rapport w.th truly good friends. Contact those persons at leisure today who can support your ideas la- 1 r. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. i9t You can quietly go about doing just the things that make your close ties really happy. Shuw that you are a really wonderful person. How very romantic this lovley evening can • i.e if you make it so. ; PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Out to those places with persons who share same interests as yours and improve relationship. ! Find the right fashion for entertaining others that will make a real impression. 8;ire Tricks Fa do Away By Oswald and James . Jacoby NORTH A A654 VK92 • K 108 7 *Q8 WESTS A3 V 8654 • AQ2 * A7542 EAST AKJ109i V J103 • 964 * J9 Blades Walgreen Drug OPEN SUNDAY 9:00 A.M. TO 6 P.M. Open 7:30 A.M. To 9 P.M. Daily WE GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS BLADES WALGREEN AGENCY DRUG STORE West Side Of Square Phone 244-1126 SOUTH (D) 4kQ87 ¥ AQ7 • J53 *K1063 East-West vulnerable West North East South 1*. Pass 1 • Pass 1N.T. Pass 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—•/ 4 In the team trials at Atlantic City ever pair got to three no trump with the North and iouth Cards and four of them r.iade the game. It really does- n t require much skill to get ;hi.'se nine tricks. The ace and queen of diamonds, jack of cubs and king of spades are all placed where declarer wants them to be and there are nine • vicks waiting, irrespective of which suit he works on. Nevertheless Bill Eisenberg and Bobby Goldman of Dallas managed to find a way to set three no- trump. £ outli won the heart lead with ! ins queen and led the jack of! diamonds. It would be silly to •tuck with Billy's holding and other West players went up with the ace. Billy compromised ,by p'aying the queen. South's next lead was dummy's queen of clubs. Billy won this trick and led a second heart to South's ace. South played the five' of diamonds and Billy ducked this one. What card would you play i«trom dummy if you were S-uth? You can see that the 10 is the winning card but South didn't play it. He decided that Bobby had ducked the first diamond with the ace. Therefore South called for dummy's eight. Bobby got a surprise trick with nis nine and led his last heart 1 to set up a 13er for illy South j had nothing better to do than oat up his own 13er in dia- i monds. This put illy in with ! tht ace. He cashed his little heart for the fourth defensive ti-ick and led his singleton spade South could only duck in dummy and Bobby's king of spades set the contract. J A GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO THE Ml. 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. A Christmas Card With Your Name Will Be Mailed to the Person Receiving Your Gift Subscription to the The Mt. Vernon Register-News. 1 • m SUBSCRIPTION RATES-" • PAYABLE IN ADVANCE BY MAIL JEFFERSON COUNTY AND ADJOINING COUNTIES: On* Year $9:00; Six Month* $6.00; Three Month* $3.56, On* Month $1.25 By MAIL OUTSIDE JEFFERSON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES WITHIN 150 MILES: Ont Year $12.00; Six Months $8.00; Three Months $3.50; One Month $2.50. SERVICEMEN AND OUTSIDE 150 MILES: Ont Y*ar $15.00; Six Months $8.50; Three Months $6.00; On* Month $2.75. •leas* tend The Register-News for— to th* following: N*m* _. Add rats City Stat* _ Zip- I Christmas Greeting from- MT. VERNON Register-News 118 N. 9th Street Phone 242-0117

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