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4—B THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1968 1JL IT'S EASY TO. BUY-SELL-RENT- 0RE&Flffl> WflTtf 1 FOR CLASSIFIED ADS PHONE 242-0117 CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE IN BY 9:00 A.M. TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION SAME DAY 1 MALE and FEMALE A PROGRESSIVE and modern Midwest Institution has vacancies for capable house parents. Starting salary for house parents S250 each per month or S500 per couple. Only reliable people without dependent children need apply. Position provides living accomodations. If Interested please write Box C-1949 c/o Register-News. 1-2 SALESMAN 7D0 established insurance accounts In Mt. Vemon area S5,200 guarantee. S9,600 to $10,900 first year earnings. L. E. Skaslck, Agency Manager. The Country Companies P. O. Box 588, Mt. Vernon, Illinois. Phone 242-4510 or 242-3775. 12-31 WANTED — Truck drtver-warefiouseman. Apply in person 3-5 p.m. Central Wholesale Company, 718 Shawnee. 12-30 WANTED — Man to work in retail lumber business. Must be willing to learn business, reliable, clean, able to do any kind of work. Permanent position. Please send all inquiries to P. O. Box 724, Mt. Vernon, III., in writing with qualifications. 12-30 WANTED — Woman to care for elderly lady. Apply 114 N. 6th or call 242- J022. tf 1-A—SITUATION WANTED SIT in my home. 1001 12-28 HAVE YOU tried the only reasonably priced, long life light bulbs? 39c. Egyptian, 817 So. 10th. 1-24 SPEND YOUR Gift Certificates on a lamp at III. Power Co. during their Jan. Clearance Sale. Scissors, Scissors, Scissors. Electric, reduced to S7.49 a pair. The Singer Co., 726 Park Plaza. tf 14-A—FARM SUPPLIES FOR SALE — Good Timothy, Lsdino and Alfalfa hay. Fay Gowler. Phone 2441. 2 I 0941. 12-31 PANELING — 4x7 and 4x8 sheets, odds and ends, some damaged, $2.03 per sheet. Kell Salvage Co., Kelt, III. Phone 534-6233. tf LOOK! I Draperies in special lengths or widths. Ask at the G. C. Murphy Co. 1-7 ATTENTION FARMERS — Sale, Sale, Sale. Come see the largest supply of hog feeders and waterers in Southern Illinois. Buy wholesale and save. To mention a few: steel bases, guaranteed 15 years, 45 bu., $65.90; 63 bu., $85.48; 95 bu., $113.43. Cast bases, guaranteed 30 years such as 45 bu., $98.73; 63 bu., $104.66; 95 bu., $133.18. Sheltons Farm Supply Co., Sesser 625-2621. tf 15—LIVESTOCK UPHOLSTERING materials below furni- i ture factory costs. Large stock $2.00 per yard up; drapery fabric Sl.OO yard up; also we represent 3 companies for custom made draperies. Renshaw's, 310 S. 12th. tf -,, - p.oc-pe in. o. _riiJ""^,"^T ^rM ^r. 1 MONDAY, Dec. 23, 1968 Market at the OLD PAPERS 10c Bundle. Register-News , County ^ Qur et was active and strong prices were FOR SALE — One registered Hereford cow, four years old; one registered Hereford heifer, one year old. R. L. Schlag. Phone 736-2438. 1-2 Business Office. tf! FRESH EGGS delivered every Thursday. 522 N. 5th St. Phone 244-2281. tf WILL BABY George. FOR SALE — Largest stock ot carpet and rugs In Southern Illinois. Karpet Korner, 12th and Jordan. tt BE SURE — Insure with the Golden Rule Hospital Plan. Louis Fitts, Box 544, Mt. Vernon, 242-0668. tf PARTS for all elecrric shavers. 74 hour service. Most models. Clark Jewelers, 110 North Ninth. tf 2—WANTED TO BUY FOR SALE—No hunting, no trespassing, for rent, for sale, apartment for rent i signs. Register-News office. tf WANTED TO BUY — Used camper for Ford pickup truck—long bed. Phone Benton 435-4602 or write 1210 Fairland, Benton, III. 12 -3° WANTED TO BUY — Houses needing repair, also large house trailers, and small or large acreage near Mt. Vernon. Gal? Knox. Dial 242-4985. tf 9-A—HEATING & PLUMBING LOW COST numbing installed; also heating. Licensed plumber. Call 2425511. 1-7 9-B—APPLIANCES WANTED TO BUY — Healthy sound, AKC puppy litters, cash, year round market. 618-996-3232. 1-2 WANTED TO BUY — Gas space heaters, any size. Franks Furniture, 12th and Bell St. •* WANTED — Painting, decorating and carpenter work. Phone 244-1464. tf WANTED TO BUY — Dairy Heifers and feeder calves. Raymond Llpe, Nokomis, III. Phone 217-563-2003. M WANTED TO BUY from owner. .50 to 100 acres of farm land. Phone 242-0042. tf WANTED—To buy used propane tanks. Phone 242-4359. Harper's Propane Service, Salem Road. _tt 3—WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT — 5 room or more house by responsible party. Phone 2443970. 1 *» FOR SALE — Frtgldaire Electric range. Call 242-3958 after 6 o'clock. 12-31 SMALL Hotpoint refrigerator S15.00. 2423593. 12-28 paid for livestock. Fed steers and heifers 23 to 25.80. Best butcher cows selling at 16.50 to 18.40. Heavy bulls 21.50 to 23.00. One outstanding Holstein bull weighed 2,050 and went at 23.80. Veal calves 33 to 37.75. Kents Farms, Mt. Vernon had a load of Holstein cutter cows went at 17.70 to 18.40. Irvin Pool, Opdyke had a load of mixed cattle went at 23.40 to 25.20. Lester Mellott, Mt. Vernon, III. had a load of mostly Holstein steers went at 21.50 to 25.00. Herman Webb had 6 mixed steers went up to 25.20. We had a hog top of 19.60. Sows 14 to 16.00. Glen Summers, Benton 1 sow at 16.30. Paul Piercy, sows at 14.60 to 15.90. Consign your livestock each Monday to our sale. Active and competitive bidding is the answer to livestock prices. Just phone 244-1909 or 244-2241 or 242-9710. Roy and Arnold Taylor, operators. 12-28 1 6 —PETS anefsUPPLIES MINIATURE Schnauzers, wtres, Dachshunds, Poodles, Scotties, Australian Terriers, Beagles, some grown dogs. Jeri-Ellen Kennels, 242-0880. tf SEE US for Holiday bargains on Tappan Ranges and Speed Queen washers and dryers. Great Plains Gas 242-3250. tf VACUUM CLEANERS — ELECTROLUX — Newest carpet attachment with rotating brush. Rug washers, floor polishers. Sales and Service. Sterling Dodson, 242-6137. tf 9-D—CLOTHING FOR SALE — Hudson Seal jacket, good condition. Phone 242-0725. 12-28 9-E—TV and RADIO FOR SALE — TV Towers new and used 3 .4", Vi", also 1" self supporting. Nason Road. 279-4666. 1-10 4—WANTED MISCEL. ROOM & BOARD Wanted by single man. Prefer place with no other roomers. Call before 10 a .m. 242-1950. 12-28 WANTED — Trash hauling. Dial 242-1667 after 5 p.m. 12-28 WANTED — Holiday specials. Chimney and foundation repairs. Also pest controls. Reasonable rates. All work guaranteed. Phone 242-5376. tf FOR RENT 5—APARTMENTS 3 ROOM Furnished Apartment. Heat and water furnished, garage, close to town, $85.00 a month. 242-2856. 1-2 MOBILE HOME Completely furnished; 2 bedrooms, private location, adults only. 242-0929. TM? NICE, CLEAN 2 room furnished Apartment. Quiet place for working couple. Utilities paid. Adults. 244-3197. 12-31 FURNISHED 1 and 2 bedroom Apts. Heat, water, lights, rugs, drapes, paneled. No pets, 12th, Waltonvllle Road. 242-SS81. 1*» FOR RENT — DeLuxe Apartment., famished. Call 242-1524 — 242-3178. tf EFFICIENCY APTS. Everything furnish ed, $30.00 per week and up. Phone 242-5373. « FOR RENT — New 1 and 2 bedroom unfurnished apartments, all utilities paid. Hotel Emmerson. See Mrs. Ward between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. week days. tf 6—HOMES FOR LEASE — Large 3 bedroom home with family room in Western Gardens, S175 per month. Contact Jamison Real Estate. 12-31 FURNISHED 2 bedroom home newly decorated, gas heat, no utilities, rugs, drapes, bunk beds, large bed, white bedroom suite, frostless refrigerator, built-in kitchen, new living room suite, no pets. !2th, Waltonville Road. 242-5581. 12-30 7—ROOMS ~ ROOMS FOR RENT — 117 N. 6th St. Kitchen privileges. Phone 242-3433. 1-2 NICE CLEAN sleeping rooms. TV in lobby, off street parking. 242-4018. 425 N. 9th. If FOR SALE — T.v. onrenno towe.-s, new various makes, models. Burgin's Radio and T. V., 8th and Tolle Road. Dial 2422323. 3 10—HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE — 1 lounge chair with slip covers, good condition, one desk and chair. 1006 So. 23rd. 12-30 10-B—MUSIC FOR SALE — Professional drum set, white pearl, and cildlron symbols, cases, like new, reasonable. 242-0461. 1-4 WANTED — Guitar pupils, private lessons given. Evening and Saturday' time available. Call for appointment. 244-3493. tf FOR SALE — Bass guitar, $45.00. Call 242-5824 between 5 p.m. and 8 P.m. tf 19—REAL ESTATE NICE 2 bedroom home; wall to wall carpet and paneling in living room, hardwood floors, full upstairs and basement, gas furnace, new roof, leaving town. Owner would finance part to responsible party. Priced when shown. 1723 Cherry. 12-31 FOR SALE — 5 room vacant home, all modern, carpeted. 508 North Street. Only $6,200 on terms. 242-3622 or 242-3724. 12-31 FOR SALE — Bargain, $9,500.00 buys modern 3 bedroom ranch type home First house west of Route 37 on Bethel Road, on north side. Lot 100x200. Now vacant. 21-E—RADIO & TV SERVICE T.V. SERVICE — donscienlous, work guaranteed. One of the oldest in town. Burgins, 8th St. and Tolle Road. Dial 242-2323. tf 22—LOST LOST — Lady Hamilton round, white gold ladies wrist watch. Vicinity of Shopping Center. Reward. 244-2831. 12-30 LOST — White gold wrist watch. Lost December 20. Keepsake. Phone 2426324. 12-30 LOST — 600 lb. black Angus steer. Vicinity of Pendleton Farms. Phone 732-8378. Glenn Catron. 1-2 LOST — Pair ladies bifocal sunglasses uptown or at Good Samaritan- Hospital 2 weeks ago. Phone 242-3874. Also wanted 25 hens. 12-28 LOST — Black and tan Beagle, white feet. Has brown collar and may be dragging chain. Reward. Phone 244-0829. 12-28 CHURCHES WEST SIDE BAPTIST CHURCH 2900 Fisher Lane MERLE FULLERTON. Pastor LOST — Blonde German Shepherd, 10 months old. Answers to the name "Skip". Call 242-2961. 12-28 LOST — Carrier collecting book for Route l. Hiatt. Please call Register- News days. tf 27—CAR LICENSE Sunday School 9:30. Dorse Cox, Supt. Morning worship 10:30. Message by pastor. Evangelistic service 7:30 --• Message by pastor. New Year Watch night service Tuesday night 7:30. Special singing by the Meador Sisters fololwed by message by R. L. Schlagg at 6:00. Special singing by Roy Taylor and the Inspiration' Trio followed by a message by Maurice Paxton. Final message brought by the pastor. SHII.OH BAPTIST CHURCH 11th & Vaught Streets A. L. DAWSON, Pastor Bruce Biossat Nixon Plays If Straight With Bosom-Pals Cabinet By Bruce Biossat NEA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON—President-elect Richard Nixon's cabinet is in important part and, to a degree not equalled "in many years, an extension of the White House inner'' circle. It was quite accurate to say, in the immediate 1 aftermath of the election, that his White House assistants would be the crucial factors in his governing establish inent. There was very good reason to believe then that two of Nixon's favorite advisers, Attorney General- designate John Mitchell and HEW Secretary-designate Robert Pinch, mi g h t not be joining the cabinet or taking any vole at all in the new government. 'LET CEORBE DO IT,' • LICENSE — FAST SERVICE — License ordered Monday thru Saturday will have on Tuesday. Variety Store, 1015 S. 10th. B. Brumbaugh Jr. Notary Public. tf School, Ledora 9:30 a.m. Sunday Richard Porter, Supt, Watson, Ass't. Supt. 10:45 a.m. Morning worship. 11:00 a.m. Music by the Choir. 11:45 a.m. Sermon by the FAST CAR and TRUCK LICENSE. Tittles Sporting Goods, 1312 S. 10th; S & W Motors, 1101 Salem Road; Wilson Shell Station, 300 S. 10th; Charlie Cook, 704 S. 22nd. Home application. Gale Knox 2424985. Wanted Springfield rides on Tues-; pastor. day. »• 6:00 p.m. BTU. Nettie Porter, 30—SPECIAL NOTICE ; president. 7:30 p.m. Evening service. Tuesday— 6:30 p.m. G.A. Girls meet, Ledora Watson, Supervisor. 7:30 p.m. Usher Board meet, Carrie Wallace, President McADOO'S AQUARIUM, 710 So. 15th has new hours. Weekly 4:30-8:30 p.m. Sat. j 12:30-8:00 p.m. 1-3 ATTENTION: Lustigs Shoe Store, 707 S. I 10th. Store Hours: Weekdays 8 a.m. to j 6 p.m. Sunday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. 12-30 I WOLVERINE Logger Boots, work shoes! and outdoor boots. Gene Cox Western ; Wdnesday— wear and TROPHY sales, ion s. ioth. i* ; 7 : 3o p . m . Fellowship supper in the basement and Watch meeting. Extra nice, 4 room modern home, South 25th. Only $6400.00. 1009 Very comfortable modern home with income, automatic gas hot water heat, 3 room apartment up, 4 room down, full basement. 110 North 7th St. Priced to sell, 3 bedroom modern, large living room and kitchen, fireplace, basement. 1505 Lamar. 15 acres vacant ground, all farmable, located on 2 roads. 5 miles out Waltonville Rd. 300 foot east. Only $4,800.00. We Need Your Listing D. T. HENSON REAL ESTATE 313-B So. 10th St. Mt. Vernon, III. Phone 242-3622 or 242-3724 12-31 CARD OFJTHANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks for all acts of kindness shown-to us during the illness and death of our loved one, Hugh Lisenby. A special thanks to Dr. Anslinger and Dr. Alexander, Sisters, Nurses on 2nd floor; also Inhalation Therapy Nurses, to Rev. Zoellar and Osborn Funeral Home. Wife, MAYEBLLE; CHILDREN and GRANDCHILDREN, JERRY LISENBY and FAMILY, DELORIS BAIN and FAMILY, SHERLY HAYES and FAMILY, JOYCE LYNCH and FAMILY, WENDELL. IN MEMORIAM Thursday— 3:00 p.m. Mission Number One, S. T. Hamilton, President. 7:30 p.m. Mission Number Two. Ella M. Harris, President. Friday— ; 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal. Maggie Mays, President. j Saturday— 1:30 p.m. Starlight Band, Minnie Smith, Supervisor. In loving memory of our dear loved one, Verner Earls, who left us one year ago Dec. 29. Sadly missed by HIS WIFE, CHILDREN, BROTHERS and SISTERS. FOR SALE — Univax, custom, 12 string quitar, Apollo drum set, Kalamazoo reverb amplifier. Phone 437-2833 Ina. tf 13—AUTOMOTIVES FOR SALE — '63 Chevrolet Impala 2-door hardtop, $800.00, very clean, standard transmission, good tires. Phone 242-3459 or turn South 2nd road east of Summersville School, 4th house. 1-2 FOR SALE — 1968 Plymouth Satellite 6 months old, 14,000 miles, power steering, radio and heater, $2,300.00. Vinyl top. Phone Rex Demaree 242-0992. )2-30 FOR SALE — Two 1960 Chevrolets; one 6 cylinder, standard shift, one V-8 standard shift, 2 dr. hardtop. Dial 242-3695 after 5 p.m. 12418 FOR SALE — 1962 Rambler, good condition $300.00. Call Ron Yons, 244-2714. 12-28 FOR SALE — 3 bedroom house, full basement, 2 lots in Waltonville. Call 2795778 or 279-4626. 1-2 FOR SALE — 3 bedroom ranch type house; immediate possession. Carpeted living room, central air, IVi bath, gas hot water furnace, disposal, basement, double carport, large lot. $22,000. Immediate possession. See by appointment. Call 244-1137. 12-30 FOR SALE BY OWNER — Four room house, fully furnished with utility room, with washer and dryer, carpeted living room, built-in kitchen, gas heat. See at 115 Casey. 12-28 FOR SALE — 4 unit brick apartment building, 3 units upstairs, 3 bedroom living quarters downstairs with full basement. Phone 242-5279. 12-28 In loving memory of our dear husband, , father and grandfather, June Hicks, who j left us 6 years ago Dec. 27, 1962. j Heartbreak lies behind our smiles, 1 And laughter hides our tears. It seems like only yesterday, Instead of 6 long years. Sadly missed by Wife, Ollie, CHILDREN and GRANDCHILDREN. SERVICES 1965 CHEVROLET Impala V-8 2 door, automatic trans., radio, heater. Must sell Immediately. 242-3005. 12-30 FOR SALE — 1966 Volkswagen, standard transmission, radio, heater, window washers, very good condition. To assume payments call First National Bank & Trust Co. 242-6521 extension 231. 12-28 1966 PLYMOUTH Fury III, 2 door hardtop, 8 cylinder, standard transmission, radio, heater, black vinyl top, extra sharp. To assume payments call First National Bank & Trust Co., 242-6521 extension 233. 12-28 20 —SERVICES MISCEL. TREE REMOVAL Including stump. Barton, Waltonville, III. 279-5790. Cyril 12-30 WHY WAIT? Decorate. Cost less than you think. Phone Cliff Sherman at 266-7257. 1-3 ROTO-ROOTER SERVICE — Sewer- stopped up, runs slow, full of roots? Call 244-0475. 1-16 FOR FILTERED Orinking~Water~call Gary Sledge Water Service 244-0038, formerly Bob Pasley. 1-15 In loving memory of my daughter, Jerri Jawana Cox, who passed away Dec. 28, 1937. Sadly missed by Mother, DORMA FLOWERS, Brother, DR. JACK A. COX, and ALL WHO LOVED HER. HHiiuoL. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 605 South 34th Street Mt. Vernon, Illinois CLIFFORD BURNEY, Pastor CLEARENCE BENARD, Music Director Sunday— 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, Kenneth Sandusky, Supt. Classes for all ages. 10:30 a.m. Morning worship service. Bro. Clifford Burney "Our new Pastor" will bring the morning message. Nursery care provided. 6:30 p.m. Training Union. Richard Burgin, Director. 7:30 p.m. Evening It is plain, too, that Nixon wants Mitchell on the scene not just as attorney general but as a personal adviser in the critical opening months of his regime. The curious notion exists, incidentally, that an incoming chief executive ought to be able to find, in a few short weeks if necessary, the ideal man tor any high post. The truth is, as any private enterpriser will attest, that hunting for special and high talent can be one of the most difficult and protracted operations to be undertaken. The Nixon people, for instance, tried for 11 months to fill a significant personal post with a more or less "ideal man." The* search failed. As with Mitchell, Nixon leaned hard on Finch to come aboard. The early, informed judgment was that he would not, because his high political ambitions were deemed to bo linked to his California base as lieutenant governor. Only aftar incumbent Sen. George Murphy said he was going to run again in 1970, and Finch was satisfied he had done all ho could to put his political house in oratr through conversations with Gov. Ronald Reagan with regard to a successor as lieutenant governor, did he finally clear the way to acceptance. Thus, again by a somewhat tortured process, Nixon got another personal adviser into his cabinet. But, if for any reason Murphy reverses himself and decides not to seek re-election, the betting is Finch will quickly jump at the clumce to contend for thai- Senate seat and gel buck on the standard political ladder. No one at all familiar wilii the Nixon planning has any idea that the presence m the cabinet of another reasonably close associate, Rep. Melvin Laird, t n c new secretary of defense, v»-as a matter of long design. Still basically an untold story is how and when Nixon brought another old friend, VV i I I i a rn Rogers, into the picture for sc- retary of state. His naming was the best kept secret of all the cabinet appointment. The net of all this is that if things had just fallen a little differently, the Laird, Mitchell and Finch posts migiri well have been filled by strangers and— with Rogers the soli major exception—it would not be possible 1o brand tnr cabinet as substantially populated by Nixon's personal friends. Nixon obviously w ante d Finch and Mitchell badly, so he can hardly be unhappy that a full third of his cabinet now looks like an extension of his White House circle and that consequently the w hole group may be upgraded in importance. Quite baffling is the notion hoard often that Nixon should have created a cabinet of diverse types reflecting the whole political spectrum. He was elected as a Republican and nominated as a particular kind of Republican. He was chosen to govern, not to create a splashy national showcase heavy on diversity and star qualify but questionable as to compatibility with N'ixo r.. He is entitled to try it his way. If he fails, the voters can speak in 1G72. RADIO AND TELEVISION SALES AND SERVICE SPORTING GOODS Your Motorolo Dealer Phone 242-2323 NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS if you fail to receive your REGISTER-NEWS Call 242-0118 between the hours of 6:00 and 7:00 p.m. weekdays. Saturdays 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. A messenger will deliver pour paper. Wo INTEREST PER ANNUM V On 6 Month Saving Certificates of $10,000 More. • r 43/4% Interest Paid on Pass-Book Savings Account!. Put Your Money "Where Thousands Save Millions." MT. VERNON LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION Accounts Insured Up to $15,000 by FSLIC 12th and Broadway Phone 244-1400 „, Mt. Vernon, Ifllnoff TIMELY QUOTE ' * * * Human heart transplants raise profound questions for our society—what is life and what is death, who shall live and who shall die. whose genes shall be i altered and for what purpose, ; how long and under what con- j a worship. I ditions shall we go in creating 1 Bro. Burney wll bring the even- 1 artificial life and what will be ! ^J?* 58 ^- Nurser y care pro- \ its status once it has been ere- i ated? * vided Tuesday— 7:30 p.m. Midweek prayer and worship service. Following this service there will be a Fellowship hour. Pie and coffee will be served. This* is a good time for all church members to get better acquainted with our new pastor and his family. Thursday— 1:30 p.m. The Helen Sherer Group wll meet in the home of Mrs. Mary Eater. Mary Beerup is to be the leader. -Sen. Walter D-Minn. F.' Mondale, - GOSPEL CONCERT Mt. Vernon -High School Auditorium on January 10, 1969, at 8:00 P.M. FEATURING: THE IMPERIALS of Nashville, Tenn., THE BLACKWOOD SINGERS of Memphis, Tenn., and THE CHRISTIANAIRES of Mt. Vernon, III. Donation: $2.00 and $1.50 Tickets Now Available!! • Phone:242-0931 or 244-2740 or write Box 405, Mt. Vernon, III. TROUBLE! 1968 DODGE 440, automatic transmission, radio, heater, very low mileage, under warranty. To assume payments call First National Bank & Trust Co., 242-6521 extension 234. 12-28 8—RENT MISCELLANEOUS NICE Mobile Home, 2 bedrooms, '65 Richardson Deluxe Model, 10x55. Phone 242-0019, S100.00 a month. 1-2 FOR RENT — Garage Bidg., So. 10th St. suitable for storage, mechanic or body shop, $60.00 per month. If interested phone 242-0489 after 6 p.m. 12-31 WANTED — Nice young couple with good house trailer to rent new trailer space near Game Farm on oiled road. $20.00 Winter, $22.50 summer including garden space, Tri-County lights, state tested well water. Prefer couple wim school age child. Also sleeping room to college or working lady, very reasonable to- right person. Write Box C-331 c/o Register-News. Pets welcome. 1-2 FOR RENT — 1 Bedroom and 2 bedroom mobile homes, real nice. 244-3836 or 242-3178. tf FOR RENT OR LEASE - Warehouse or storage space, downtown area. Will accomodate 5 or more carloads of merchandise. First floori loading dock for 3 trucks. Call 244-0750 or 242-2316. tf OFFICE SPACE — Heat and water furn- Ished, carreted, private bath. 1120 Main. Phone 244-3836 — 242-3178. tf FOR A Better Deal on a Good Used Car see Moore Motors, 412 Broadway. tf FOR SALE — '65 Ford wagon, 12,000 mlies, power steering, 289 motor. Capps and Warren Service Station, 10th and Forest. tf SEPTIC TANKS pumped and repairer, SEWER LINES electric rodded, SINK Lines and floor drains opened. New Septic Systems Installed. BRAVARD's SEWER t, SEPTIC SERVICE. 242-6520. 1-3 TRENCHING ana Back Hoe Srevice, footings, water lines, septic tank fields, oil field lines. Fully insured. T. N. "Shorty" Campbell 242-2912 Mt. Vernon. Member I.U.O.E. No. 520D. tf 13-A—HOUSE TRAILERS FOR SALE — room, 1966 10x55 mobile home; 2 bed- Pacemaker. Call 244-2353. 12-28 j WASHER, Dryer and domestic refriger- ; atlon service. Delbert Reaney 244-0538. i 12-31 I 13-B—TRUCKS FOR SALE — 1965 GMC l'-a-ton (heavy duty) truck. Browning Coal Co., 421 So. 12th St. 1-2 FOR SALE"— 1963 Ford ~pTck -up $1,200.00; Sears Roebuck farm wagon, with box and good tires S100.00. Mile north and Vi mile west of Bonnie. Phone 242-2910. 12-28 men tf ALTERATIONS and tailoring for and women. 242-4707. TRASH and brush hauling. Ralph Isorn 244-2004 or 242-6037. Call after 4. tf FOR SALE 9—-SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE — One Royal typewriter model 890; pair of chrome MT wheels; pale* of 14 Inch Chevy wheels; one stereophonic record player, Phone 242' 4452, Call' between 5:30 and 10:00. 1-11 FOBy#Ate* glasses, one Ina, Sonotone hearing aid or both sides. 437r246l 1-2 FOR SALE — '62 l-ton Chevrolet truck with bed combination. Phone 735-2280. 12-28 FOR SALE — 1960 Chevy winch truck with oil field winch bed; 1955 Chevy pickup truck; 1960 Ford car. Phone 8952523 Barnard Shell Service, Wayne City. 12-30 RENTAL EQUIPMENT—Fl r polishers, small and large; Wallpaper steamer. Floor sander, Rug Shampooers, free with purchase of shampoo. Smlth-Alsop Paint and Wallpaper Co., 910 Main St. Dial 2440-36. tf UGLY TREE TRUNKS IN YARD? Have them ground out b> machine. No mess. Phone 244-2746. tf ROOFING, all types and repairs, emer- i gency service, free estimates, no obll- ! gation. R. R. 4, Mt. Vernon. 244-1907. Midwest Roofing. tf FOR SALE - 1968 Chevrolet pickup, cylinder Deluxe cab, automatic transmission, radio, heater, good condition. To assume payments call First National Bank & Trust Co., 242-6521 extension 238. 12-28 14—FARM EQUIPMENT FPR SALE ,— Truck Van Body, Heinz Soup Kitchen, meat sllcer, cash regis- te^commerjclal deep fat fryer; driveway signal. Phone 756-2211 9 :00 a.m. to 6:00 PW; ''T ^'p 12-30 ffirmfflSftfiW doghouses. 2223 FOR, SAJUE, ^,r-MW. BOW •"«"«« Pocket ,w#tche */V LadJee vtlde saddle in fine condltJon. OJal-i24?««47. Ralph Melton. W •' ' >R . 12-31 '"<^> Weaver air compressor, iffloW i*** .242-0489 after > „ > _ 12.31 YEAR END' SPECIAL 8-N Ford nice $625.00; Oliver 70 With hydraulic $185.00; Oliver 88 diesel $795,00; V.A.C. Case with cultivator, very good $195.00 ; 960 Ford w/2 row picker only $1,195.00 ; 850 Ford, bargain $1,295.00; 414 IHC '63 model $1,125.00; 4' rotary cutters, reg. $259.00, sale $200.00; 7W cutters reg. $675.00 only $435.00; 6 ton wagons, reg. $184.00 only $135.00; 4-14 high clearance plow, reg, $935.00 only $600.00; 10' wheel disc $265,00; MW field cultivator, reg. $749.00 only $595.00; 630 combine demonstrator, reg. $13,800.00, sale price $8,800.00; 530 bailer, new reg. $2,245.00 only $1,750.00; 4000 Ford, new reg, $4,682.00, sale $3,895.00. Free door prize wim each sales ticket ending In 0. Hopkins Ford Tractor Highway 460 East, 1-2 FOR SALE — Tandem Trailer, 12 foot bed and H Farmall Tractor, with '.cultivator and wind break, excellent condition. Phone 755-4705. ' 12-30 LAWN MOWER grinding, motors repaired. Hand SAWS filed. KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge, 811 South 18th Street. tt CONCRETE SEPTIC TANK for sale Installed. Backhoe work end trenching. Phone 244-2745. CANE and Rush Chair Seats replaced. F. O. Webb, Anhiey Road. 244-1721. tt CONCRETE WORK — Basements, floors, patios, driveways, walks, etc. Free estimate. Call John Yearwood 244-0539 or Walter Yearwood 244-1652. if 21-A—RUG CLEANING CARPET & FURNITVKB CLEANING . ... by DURACLEAN, the safe, sure, on location, 'flower fresh' method. Phone 242-1814, 1 .2 TACK DOWN carpeting, upholstered"fur- nlture, modern equipment. Nu-way Cleanere. Dial 244407S, 18th and Perkins, n EXPERT CLEANERS on rugs, w/w carpets, upholstered furniture, floors. Latest modern equipment. Jack's Home Cleaning Service. 442.2241. tf BATTERIES - used 6 V. $4,95 exchanot, 12 V. $4.95 exchange. Guaranteed 12 months. Stan The Tire Alan, Dial 2426400, tf 6IVET0 UNITED CEREBRAL SB PALSY FARM BUILDING SALESMAN To Be Trained For Area Sales Manager Morton Farm Buildings are hot! Earn $12,000 first year. Base pay is $7,200 plus commissions. Expense paid by company. Hospital, life insurance, retirement, liberal profit sharing plan, two week paid vacation. We prefer agriculture degree with some sales or construction experience. Send resume of your qualifications, Do not apply in person, as we will notify you for an inerview at a later date. MORTON BUILDINGS, INC. Box 56 Fairfield, Illinois Make Sure You Get One Come Npvr '69 Security will be mailing checks — Thousands of shopping 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. Mt. Vernon, 111.

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