Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 20, 1968 · Page 14
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4-B T1IK RECISTKR -NKWS - JIT YF-.TINON. ILLINOIS Temperature at the Top U.S.-Soviet Summit Meetings VERY WARM WARM COOL FRIGID 1955 '967 What effect would a new summit have on the fever chart of U.S.-Soviet relations? Past meetings have brought together President Roosevelt and Premier Stalin at Teheran and Yalta; President Truman and Stalin at Potsdam; President Eisenhower, Soviet Premier Bulganin and Party Secretary Khrushchev at the Geneva Big Four conference; Eisenhower and Khrushchev at Washington; President Kennedy and Khrushchev at Vienna, and President Johnson and Premier Kosygin at Glassboro, N.J. One planned meeting, the 1960 Paris Big Four conference, never took place because of Khrushchev's onger over the shooting down of a U-2 spy plane over the Soviet Union. What effect would a new summit meeting, again the subject of discussion and speculation, have on the fever chart of U.S.-Soviet relations? The most recent, between President Johnson and Premier Kosygin, above right, at Glassboro, N.J., marked a cautious warming up. The first, 25 years ago at Teheran, Iran, right, brought together President Roosevelt and Premier Stalin, with Britain's Churchill, to cement the wartime alliance. They met again at Yalta two years later. Potsdam, with President Truman replacing Roosevelt, below left, marked a high point, but relations soon plummeted with the onset of the cold war. President Eisenhower resumed personal contact, with Soviet Premier Bulganin and Party Secretary Khrushchev, at the 1955 Geneva Big Four conference. A thaw was well under way when Khrushchev, as premier, visited the United States in 1959, below center, but his fury following the shooting down of the U-2 spy plane over the Soviet Union wrecked the Paris Big Four summit the following year. President Kennedy returned from his Vienna meeting with Khrushchev, below right, to warn of a cold winter ahead. The Cuban missile crisis followed. WANTED REAL ESTATE LISTINGS We have buyers for soar home at a fair price. Call Us Dial 242-0257 WILLIAMS & RICHARDSON Realtors SIS 8. 10th GAUL CHARLES CARPENTER FOR PROMPT ATTENTION TO YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Listings Wanted BURKETT REALTY Offleo 243-2860 Home 244-0188 MOST RECENT SUMMIT, between President Johnson and Premier Kosygin at Glassboro, N.J., marked a warming up in U.S.-Soviet relations. BRIGHT HOLIDAY WISHES May each hour shine as brightly as the Christmas Lights— And each heart glow with the warmth of a happy home. FIRST SUMMIT brought together President Roosevelt and Premier Stalin, with British Prime Minister Churchill, at Teheran, Iran, in 1943 to cement the wartime alliance. The three met again at Yalta, in the Soviet Crimea, two years later. MT. VERNON REALTY CO. THOMAS A. PUCKETT. Bn>ker Mt. Vernon, Illinois 823 Harrison Phone 242 1217 LARGEST FARM BROKERS IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Beautiful 3 bedroom home, full basement, garage, nice shade and shrubs, on 4 acres close in South on Route 37, close to Rend Lake. Nice 8 bedroom home, full basement, new gas furnace, new carpet, new cabinets, new roof, garage at 1723 Cherry. 200 acres good laying land, well improved land, Northeast of Bonnie. Grocery and general merchandise store in small town doing good business. Owner retiring. Beautiful 3 bedroom home in good repair with gas heat, garage, large fenced back yard, close to downtown and high school. Would consider selling furniture with house. 708 Jordan. Nice house In east edge of Belie Rive in good repair on 8 lots. Out of town owner. Priced for quick sale. 52 acres vacant land close in North. Just off Route 37. 4 room house with small barn on about one acre, 4 miles out on Liberty Road for only $2500.00. 40 acres vacant land 3 miles out just off Richview Road. Call Ary of Our Salesmen Today John Lomax. 242-3835 RUXM-11 MeBritle, L. V. Puckett, 244-1899 Ted Moses, 244-1282 Phillip Bryant, 242-5028 POTSDAM CONFERENCE in 1946, with President Truman replacing Roosevelt in the wartime Big Three, marked a high point. But relations soon plummeted with the onset of the cold war. U.S. VISIT by Premier Khrushchev in 1959 seemed to signal a thaw. OPEN SUNDAY 1:00 To 6:00 P.M. NOW THRU CHRISTMAS FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE The Woolworth Restaurant Will Also Be Open From 1:00 To 6:00 P.M. COLD WINTER AHEAD wns President Kennedy's warning to the nation upon his return from the 1961 Vienna meeting with Premier Khrushchev. The Cuban missile crisis followed. FOR YOU AND PARKING TOO . . . Jefferson Loan Co. 801 Main—242-4300 SPACIors KA.Nf'II IIOMK. Wonderful west side locution close to new West Sulem school; 7 room all modern brick ranch, large carpeted living room and dining room, stone fireplace. 8 bijj bedrooms, 2 ceramic tiled baths, huge panelled family room, air conditioners, niee kitchen with many built ins, new garbage disposal, utility room, gas heat; double garage, patio with a tri ineiidous well landscaped lot. Priced (o sell. FAMILY RANCH HO.UK. West side location. Lirre car|ief"d living room, bit; kitchen with nil e built in cabinets, built in bath. H bedrooms, hardwood floors, spacious family room; corner lot, carport. This one is priced to seil. Shown by appointment only. Only SI8,00(1.00. XKW LISTIXf!—4 bedrooms, large living room, dining room, big kitchen t AAI indanee. of built in cabinets, built in bat JfeiS* II s, "k'T heat; double garage, storm wind. * WftfnRP nly Hall school district. Hon N. lIMi street—I room all modern ranch home. Hardwood floors, built in cabinets, built in bath, oil heat. Immediate possession. MOW RANCH WITH BASF..MKXT. Lovely 3 bedroom ranch home. Large living room and dining room carpeted, i' 2 baths, hardwood floors, built in cabinets. iT'irhngp disposal, basement, gas heat, central air, double carport, nice storage area; large lot. West Siilf location. I.MMKDfATi; I'OsSKSsKlN, Newly u-corated 3 hedreon) ranch home, north side location; new w/w carpeting, built in cabinets, large kitchen, built in bath, carport, oil heat, utility room. Priced to sell. NEW LISTING. This one has everything. Lovely colonial, west side location; spacious carpeted living room and dining room, ''. ceramic tiled baths with nic built bis, ,8 bedrooms, big basement with a large family room fireplace and 11 bath; also, room suitable tor Ith own hot water heat; large lot. SOLD location. Spacious ."> room ionic. Hardwood floors. built in cabinets, built heat; lull lot—280(i W. bedroom, ga'age, ^iii by appointment only RANCH HOME. West siih large Ihiug room, i with fireplace, carp room efficiency all Main street. NORTH SIDE LOCATION—4 bedrooms, living room, diuint; room, big kitchen A #k| |t huiit ins, family room in cabinets, built 1,1 •Sill II r0 " m nl "' dining room, basement, new gas urnace; double garage. Corner lot. Coder $20,000.00. n ACRES—,°, bedroom modern home, large living room kitchen, built in cabinets, furnace; doiililc garage. located east of Ml. Vernon close In. Full basement with fireplace. 1.5 ACRES—5 room modern home; basement, stoker heal, barn, other outbuildings; also lake. Located north of Bit. Vernon. Priced to sell. WANTED: LISTINGS. WE HAVE BUYERS WAITING. VIRGIL T. BAILEY, Inc. FHA Loans and 01 Loans Available We will make you a CASH OFFER for your Home ot Farm "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" Tenth and Harrison —— Phone 242-4380 You Are Invited To Enjoy The Beautiful Decorations In Western Gardens 31 Contest Entries are listed below by streets for your convenience in driving through the area. Individuals Entering Jamison's Western Gardens Christmas Lighting Contest \. Robert E. Johnson .. . 3100 Cherry 2. Wayne Sinclair 3209 Cherry 3. Eugene Bolerjack 3217 Cherry 4. Edward Prasuhn 3220 Cherry 5. Vincent Turk .1 Cherry Drive 6. Robert Hill 13 Cherry Drive 7. Mike Davidson 20 Cherry Drive 8. Frank Kone 28 Cherry Drive 9. Dale Rainsberger . 36 Cherry Drive 10. James Waugh 44 Cherry Drive 11. Richard Wiese 833 Apricot \.Y2. David Mowrer 820 Apricot 13. Leroy Titter 804 Apricot 14. Russell Horn 3116 Apple 15. Omer Connaway 3108 Apple 16. Roy Rubel 2908 Apple '17. Owen Martin 2909 Apple 18. Ronnie Rob.nson 2809 Apple 19. Manford A. Logan 2805 Apple £20. A. R. Buck . 2708 Jamison Blvd. 21. Dennis Lovins 908 Blueberry Hill 22. William Jones 904 Blueberry Hill 23. Elden E. Rhoacb 1003 Lake Shore Dr. 24. Harry Morrison 3108 Blackberry 25. Mrs. Kenneth Bell 3120 Blackberry 26. Van Fcrril) 3204 Blackberry | 27. Floyd Williamson 3202 Blackberry 28. Carl Pool 3216 Blackberry 29. Allie Nral 620 South 34th ' 30. Vernon French 3208 Lemon 31. Arch Etheridge 601 Strawberry 5 Out-Of-Town Judges will decide upon the 4 winners Saturday, Dec. 21. 4 Western Gardens Is Like One Big Beautiful Christmas Cord We are proud to have had a part in this outstanding show place. Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Jamison

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