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6—B THE REGISTER T NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1963 FOR CLASSIFIED ADS .... PHONE 242-0117 CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE IN BY 9:00 A.M. TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION SAME DAY Big Rush In Johnson's Great Society Spending WANTED 1 MALE and FEMALE 14—FARM EQUIPMENT FULL OR PART TIME route distributing Watklns household - farm products. ! $450.00 month ave. Plus bonus. See or I write Rita Dopp, 903 So. 25th, Mt. Vernon, Illinois. Or write Watklns, 800 No. , 31st St. E. St. Louis, Illinois • £2205. 1-2 | A - "PROGRESSIVE and modern Midwest j Institution has vacancies for capable I house parents. Starting salary for house I 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 YEAR END SPECIAL garden space, Tri-County lights, state j 8 . N Ford nice s625 00 . Oliver 70 with tested well water. Prefer couple wltn . hydraulic $185.00; Oliver 88 diesel $795.00: school age child. Also sleeping room to v.A.C. Case with cultivator, very good college or working lady, very reasonable $195 00 . 960 Ford w/2 row picker on | y L° f'B M P ers °n- Write Box C-331 c/o $li19S-M . eJ0 Fordi barga|n sl , 2 95. 0 o; Register-News. Pets welcome. 1-2! AU , HC , 63 mode , s ,,,25. 00 ; 4 - rotary " | cutters, reg. $259.00, sale $200.00; TV j cutters reg. $475.00 only $435.00; 6 ton FOR SALE 9—SALE MISCELLANEOUS parents $250 each per month or $500 per , NEW MERCHANDISE. Wine red purses, couple. Only reliable people without de- I 51.50 each; 10 pair ladles galoshes, pendent children need apply. Position small size; 5 pair extra small size provides living accomodations. If Inter- galoshes, few tan color, no low heels i prize with each sales ticket ending in 0. 1 wagons, reg. 5184.00 only 5135.00; 4-14 high clearance plow, reg. $935.00 only $600.00; 10' wheel disc 5265.00; 13' 2' field cultivator, reg. $749.00 only 5595.00; 630 combine demonstrator, reg. $13,800.00, sale price 58,800.00; 530 bailer, new reg. $2,245.00 only $1,750.00 ; 4000 Ford, new , pritl , _ Akl „ , , , reg. 54,682.00, sale $3,895.00. Free door i C0NCR ETE SEPTIC TANK for sale RENTAL EQUIPMENT—Fl r polishers, small and large; Wallpaper steamer, Floor sander. Rug Shampooers, free with purchase of shampoo. Smith-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, emergency service, free estimates, no obligation. R. R. 4, Mt. Vernon. 244 -1907. Midwest Roofing. tf LAWN MOWER grinding, motors repair en. Hand SAWS filed. KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge, fill South 18th Street. tf stalled. Backhoe work and trenching. ested please write Box C-1969 c/o Reg- • $1.00 pair; little girls house slippers 50c j Hopkins Ford Tractor Highway 460 East. | Phone 2^-2J45_ _ ister-News. 1-2 j pair; some used articles. 711 Casey, tf 1 1-2 CONCRETE WORK — Basements, floors. SALESMAN 700 established insurance accounts in Mt. Vernon area $5,200 guarantee. $9,600 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 ! FOR SALE — Fireplace wood, cut length you desire. Phone 242-4966. 1 -4 15—LIVESTOCK 8 laT X 2?2-4l1S aP ^ ,irES ' $M ' M M M ' F P™ 1 "^ °° nv cart - Ca " 736 - 2632 - \ patios, driveways, walks, etc. Free esti- ' mate. Call John Yearwood 244-0539 or TRADE —~7 gentle I Walter Yearwood 244-1652. tf 2 f."A^-RUG~(CLEANING OPDYKE Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kramer ate Christmas dinner with their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luck and son Doug. Mr. and Mrs. Gene McNighl and daughter are spending the holi- d-iys with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Burrel Garrison. The Christmas supper and gift exchange for the Baptist Church was held at the Masonic Hall Monday night. By GAYLORD SHAW Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — In the twilight weeks of the Johnson presidency, Demcoratic administrators are feeding farewell doses of federal funds to pet Great Society programs. The objective, says one departing Democrat, is to create "plenty of momentum" to pro- iel the programs past possible budget slashes in the early the projects would generate political heat on the Nixon administration. There's no indication the White House is the moving force behind the recent developments. Two weeks before Nixon's election, Budget Director Charles Zwick had sent a memo to all department heads urging them plying for funds. Asked why the program had been delayed a year, Cohen said it took that long to work out the details. Republican governors also complained about a proposed change in federal regulations that would give opponents 0/ planned interstate free \v a j routes a second hearing if thej lose the first time. Tliis, tha state executives said, would unnecessarily delay highway projects. Even as the freeway hearing dispute simmered, fh<' Titans- portaliort Drpailm:'n' an"to be considerate of possible ' nounce d that 28 states will shaie needs of the incoming adminis- ]n a 1500 -mile addition to the months of Richard M. Nixon's ; lhem c | oc . is ions on moves, pur- Republican administration. ; chascs ancl other Bct ions ihut The latest example came this, t . an ho dP i aycd . st , that such ac- week and involved one of the! (ion can be tailored as closely t ration in January, leaving to. i n ,,. rS | a t ( . Highway System. Tho $2.1 billion expansion, authorized by Congress in August, was originally opposed by the c!>- Johnson administration's favor- 1 BR possihle lo thp now adminis ite urban programs—Model Cities. Officials disclosed that Seat- i tie. Wash., is receiving a $19 million bundle of federal giants WANTED — woman to care for elderly lady. Apply 114 N. 6th or call 2421022. tf 1-A—SITUATION WANTED 12-31 BLOOM I NO African 1703 S. 15th. Violets For Sale. 12-31 FOR SALE — One registered Hereford cow, four years old; one registered FOR SALE — pair of chrome MT wheels. Hereford heifer, one year old. R. L. Phone 242 -4452. Call between 5 :30 and Schlag. Phone 736-2438. 1-2 10:00. Ml FOR SALE — Sonotone hearing aid glasses, one or both sides. 437-2461 Ina. 1-2 16—PETS and SUPPLIES STUD SERVICE — White Toy Poodle. 1300 Shawnee 244-0550. 1-3 YOUNG MOTHER of 4 would like baby j ___ ! sitting in her home while you go out FOR SALE — 4 solid gold ladies pocket j FOR 5ALb Hew Year's Eve. Carolyn Gray, 1418 I watches; Ladies side saddle in fine Wescott. 242-5575. 1 -2 I condition. Dial 242-4547. Ralph Melton. 12-31 518,000 IS NOT TOO MUCH for man over 40, with car, to take short auto trips near Mt. Vernon, III. Air mail F. B. Pate, Pres., Texas Refinery Corp., Box 711, Fort Worth, Texas 76101. 1-4 2 floor jacks. Phone 242-0489 after 6 p.m. 12-31 518,000 IS NOT TOO MUCH for man over 40, with car, to take short auto trips near Mt. Vernon, III. Air mail F. B. Pate, Pres., Texas Refinery Corp., Box 711, Fort Worth, Texas 76101. 1-4 HAVE YOU tried the only reasonably priced, long life light bulbs? 39c. Egyptian, 817 So. 10th. 1-24 Associate Wanted Western States Wholesale Confection Supply Company, seeking reliable person to become a part of our NEW & AMAZING distributor program In our automatic merchandising department—Routes Established! EARN $900.00 OR MORE A MONTH PART TIME. MORE FULL TIME! You must have the necessary capital of SI ,450.00 to $2,995.00, good car, and excellent references. You must be able to devote at least five hours weekly. Write: SPEED VENDOR, P.O. Box 566, Salt Lake City, Utah. Please include Phone Number. 12-31 SPEND YOUR Gift Certificates on a lamp at III. Power Co. during their Jan. Clearance Sale. 1-2 Associate Wanted Western States Wholesale Confection Supply Company, seeking reliable person to become a part of our NEW & AMAZING distributor program In our automatic merchandising department—Routes Established! EARN $900.00 OR MORE A MONTH PART TIME. MORE FULL TIME! You must have the necessary capital of SI ,450.00 to $2,995.00, good car, and excellent references. You must be able to devote at least five hours weekly. Write: SPEED VENDOR, P.O. Box 566, Salt Lake City, Utah. Please include Phone Number. 12-31 Scissors, Scissors, Scissors. Electric, reduced to $7.49 a pair. The Singer Co., 726 Park. Plaia. tf PANELING — 4x7 and 4x8 sheets, odds and ends, some damaged, $2.03 per sheet. Kell Salvage Co., Kell, III. Phone 534-6233. tf Associate Wanted Western States Wholesale Confection Supply Company, seeking reliable person to become a part of our NEW & AMAZING distributor program In our automatic merchandising department—Routes Established! EARN $900.00 OR MORE A MONTH PART TIME. MORE FULL TIME! You must have the necessary capital of SI ,450.00 to $2,995.00, good car, and excellent references. You must be able to devote at least five hours weekly. Write: SPEED VENDOR, P.O. Box 566, Salt Lake City, Utah. Please include Phone Number. 12-31 LOOK!! Draperies in special lengths or widths. Ask at the G. C. Murphy Co. 1-7 Associate Wanted Western States Wholesale Confection Supply Company, seeking reliable person to become a part of our NEW & AMAZING distributor program In our automatic merchandising department—Routes Established! EARN $900.00 OR MORE A MONTH PART TIME. MORE FULL TIME! You must have the necessary capital of SI ,450.00 to $2,995.00, good car, and excellent references. You must be able to devote at least five hours weekly. Write: SPEED VENDOR, P.O. Box 566, Salt Lake City, Utah. Please include Phone Number. 12-31 UPHOLSTERING materials below furniture factory costs. Large stock $2.00 per yard up; drapery fabric $1.00 yard up; also we represent 3 companies for custom made draperies. Renshaw's, 310 S. 12th. tf FOR SALE OR TRADE — Area Beauty Shop, 6 station, established, good business, must sell for health reasons. Best offer. Write Box C-6261 % Register- News. l-« UPHOLSTERING materials below furniture factory costs. Large stock $2.00 per yard up; drapery fabric $1.00 yard up; also we represent 3 companies for custom made draperies. Renshaw's, 310 S. 12th. tf STOCK and EQUIPMENT of high gallon- age station. Phone 242-2181 after 5 p.m. 1-3 OLD PAPERS 10c Bundle. Register-News Business Office. tt STOCK and EQUIPMENT of high gallon- age station. Phone 242-2181 after 5 p.m. 1-3 FRESH EGGS delivered every Thursday. 522 N. 5th St. Phone 244-2281. tf 2—WANTED TO BUY FRESH EGGS delivered every Thursday. 522 N. 5th St. Phone 244-2281. tf WANTED TO BUY — Large desk for home located office, filing cabinets. Call 242-5532. 1-2 FOR SALE — Largest stock of carpet and rugs In Southern Illinois. Karpet Korner, 12th and Jordan. tf MARRIED COUPLE, both employed, no children, no pets,, desires 2 bedroom home. Will furnish references. Call 242620* before 8 a.m. or after 5:30 p.m. or all day Saturday. tf BE SURE - Insure with the Golden Rule Hospital Plan. Louis Fltts, Box 544, Mt. Vernon, 242-0668. tf MARRIED COUPLE, both employed, no children, no pets,, desires 2 bedroom home. Will furnish references. Call 242620* before 8 a.m. or after 5:30 p.m. or all day Saturday. tf PARTS for all electric shavers. 24 hour service. Most models. Clark Jewelers, 110 North Ninth. tf WANTED — All kinds of furniture, gas cook stoves, living room suites, drapes and dishes. Phone 242-1719. 1-13 PARTS for all electric shavers. 24 hour service. Most models. Clark Jewelers, 110 North Ninth. tf WANTED — All kinds of furniture, gas cook stoves, living room suites, drapes and dishes. Phone 242-1719. 1-13 FOR SALE—No hunting, no trespassing, for rent, for sale, apartment for rent signs. Register-News office. If WANTED TO BUY — Houses needing repair, also large house trailers, and small or large acreage near Mt. Vernon. Gale Knox. Dial 242-4985. tf FOR SALE—No hunting, no trespassing, for rent, for sale, apartment for rent signs. Register-News office. If WANTED TO BUY — Houses needing repair, also large house trailers, and small or large acreage near Mt. Vernon. Gale Knox. Dial 242-4985. tf 9-A—HEATING & PLUMBING WANTED TO BUY — Houses needing repair, also large house trailers, and small or large acreage near Mt. Vernon. Gale Knox. Dial 242-4985. tf LOW COST ^turrmtng installed; also heating. Licensed plumber. Call 2425511. 1-7 WANTED TO BUY — Healthy sound, AKC puppy litters, cash, year round LOW COST ^turrmtng installed; also heating. Licensed plumber. Call 2425511. 1-7 AKC Registered Pekingese puppies. Phone 242-4791. 12-31 PUPPIES FOR SALE — 12 weeks old, female, $2.00 each. 242-2850. 12-31 MINIATURE Schnauzers, Wires, Dachshunds, Poodles, Scottles, Australian Terriers, Beagles, some grown dogs. Jeri-Ellen Kennels, 242-0880. tf CARPET 2, FURNITURE CLEANING . ... by DURACLEAN, the safe, sure, on location, 'flower fresh' method. Phone 242-1814. 1-2 17—POULTRY FOR SALE — Guineas. Phone 242-2579. 1-2 19—REAL ESTATE 110 North 4th Street: A reasonably priced well located 6 room home with extra large living room; dining room; 2 bedrooms, attached garage; nice full basement, and all city utilities. Markham City: 2' 2 lots; 4 rooms modern, gas heat, carpeted living room and nine large shade trees, large front and back porch. Bargain. TACK DOWN carpeting, upholstered furniture, modern equipment. Nu-Way Cleaners. Dial 244-0075, 18th and Perkins rr EX P E R T CLE A N E RS on~rug's '~w/w carpets, upholstered furniture, floors. Latest modern equipment. Jack's Home Cleaning Service. 242-2241. tf if-B—AUTO"pARTSir SERV BATTERIES — Used 6 v\ S4.95 exchange, 12 V. S6.95 exchange. Guaranteed 12 months. Stan The Tire Man. Dial 2426400. tf Commercial property at 1306 Salem Road with large highway front. Two mod- _.. — .... .. . — ern brick buildings for small-to-average | LOST — Black and white female Fox sized businesses. All concrete drives. | Terrier vicinity of City Park. Answers Good investment or good business lo- j to "Spotty". Reward. Call 242-6452. 12-31 cation. I LOST — 600 lb. black Angus - steer. Vicinity of Pendleton Farms. Phone 732-8378. Glenn Catron. 1-2 In Summersville Area: 2 blocks from j school, ranch type, brick front home, I 3 bedrooms, w/w carpet, bath, utility j LOST — room, huge living room. Buy on contract. No. 3 Elm Circle Drive: 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms, carpeted, air conditioning, redecorated and reasonably priced. Immediate possession. and daughters spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Tony Burnett and girls. ' Those spending Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burnett and girls were Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. John Meadows, and Grandma Holland. Walter Carsen sp' nt Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kramer spent Christmas in Belleville, 111. with their children. Mr. and Mi's. Bill Foster and Mr. Frank Foster spent Christ- mns with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Alva Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Onrer.ce Dial and son Doug soent the holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Harrell. Mr. and Mi's. Jerry Harrell and eirls Tora ancl Tiki and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oathout and son Kenne**i Wayne snent Christmas = - c^lem with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reed and children. Mr. and Mrs. James Orrison and sons ate Christmas dinner with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Cv.r-'if> W'll'ams. Felix CampbplI of McLoans- boro s^ent one day last week with his sister Mrs. Ellen Lam- ly>l-t. Mrs. Beulah Campbell has returned to her hom^ after snend- ing several davs in the Good Samaritan hosnital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carson Jr. and daughters of near Mc- FOUND — Female Setter, black and 1 T.eanshnvo visited Christmas eve- white, west of town. Call 242-5631. ^2 j ^ hJs father Mr. 'and Mrs. Orlando Ham I to movc . its Modo1 Ci,ies P m 21-E—RADIO & TV SERVICE T.V. SERVICE — Conscienlous, work guaranteed. One of the oldest in town. Burglns, 8th St. and Tolle Road. Dial 242-2323. tf 22 —LOST LOST — Male dog, part Beagle, part Basset Hound. Brown, black and white, collar. Answers to "Dino". Call 242-0151. 1 Reward. 1-4 2 YEAR OLD female German Shepherd. Answers to "Mitze". Call 244-0023. 1-3 Carrier collecting book for Route 1. Hiatt. Please call Register- News days. tf 23—FOUND 120 N. 32nd St.: A 5 room, 3 bedroom home with new gas furnace, gas heat, , rFM , P well insulated walls and ceiling, excel- L '^"^j lently located. 27—CAR LICENSE WANTED TO BUY — Gas space heaters, any size. Franks Furniture, 12th and Bell St. tf WANTED — Painting, decorating and carpenter work. Phone 244-1464. tt 9-B—APPLIANCES WANTED TO BUY — Dairy Heifers and feeder calves. Raymond Llpe, Nokomls, til. Phone 217-563-2003. tf WANTED TO BUY from owner. 50 to 100 acres of farm land. Phone 242-0042. M WANTED—To buy used propane tanks. Phone 2G-4359. Harper's Propane Service, Salem Road. if 4—WANTfcD MISCEL WIDOW will stay nights with widow. References exchanged. Reply to Box C-386 % Register-News. 12-31 WANTED — Holiday specials. Chimney and foundation repairs. Also pest controls. Reasonable rates. All work guaranteed. Phone 242-5376. tf FOR RENT 5—-APARTMENTS 3 BEDROOM unfurnished Apt. with basement. Heat and water furnished. 2425279. 1-7 NEW unfurnished 1 bedroom and furnished studio Apts. Ail electric, air conditioned, carpets, drapes. 242-4390. tf FOR SALE — Westlnghouse Electric 40" range, 2 ovens, $25.00. Call 242-4048 after 4 p.m. 1207 S. 25th. 1-4 FOR SALE — Frigldalre Electric range. Call 242-3958 after 6 o'clock. 12-31 SEE US for Holiday bargains on Tappan Ranges and Speed Queen washers and dryers. Great Plains Gas 242-3250. tf 1512 North 17th Street: 3 acre home near Homestead Golf Course. 7 rooms and 3 bedrooms; gas heat and hot water, reasonable taxes, well located and good building lots available. 914 S. 24th: Corner lot, nice home, FAST SERVICE — License ordered Monday thru Saturday will have on Tuesday. Variety Store, 1015 S. 10th. B. Brumbaugh Jr. Notary Public. tf FA Y T _ CARand - TRUC^ LICEN ^SET 'Tittiel Soortlng Goods, 1312 S. 10th; S 8. W Motors, 1101 Salem Road; Wilson Shell Station, 300 S. 10th; Charlie Cook, 704 S. 22nd. Home application. Gale Knox 242- day. carpeted living room, attached store 4985. Wanted Springfield rides on Tues- building, reasonably priced at 57,600. 620 S. 22nd Street: 4 rooms, 2 bedroom home that's real nice, excellent for couple. Gas heat, bath, garage for 57,600. BURKETT'S REALTY 106"j N. 5th St. Office: 242-2860 C N. Carpenter: 244-0188 L. L. Burkett: 242-4006 1-4 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lambert visited Christmas with Mrs. Ellen Lambert. Visitors in the home of V. C. ^''-niq ovo r the Christmas holi- d-n's we'-e Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glenn and familv of Jacksonville, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Don P. Adams and daughters of Denver, Colo., and Mr. and tf ' M^. Gene Adams. Don Adams left for his home JOHNNIE 'S REMNANT SHOP-1029 OLD TllUrSf1aV - 0n . thei , r , ^ h ° me AIRPORT RD. Due to street being j they Visited With Mrs. Adam S torn up. You may go out Old Fairfield fntber at Tuka, Mr. and Mrs. i Fdd Adams at Kinmundy, Mr. .••nrl Mr-. Alma, Til. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Glenn vis- 30—SPECIAL NOTICE VACUUM CLEANERS — ELECTROLUX — Newest carpet attachment with rotating brush. Rug washers, floor polishers, Sales and Service. Sterling Dodson, 242-4137. tf 9-E—TV a nd RADIO Rd. to Summersville School, turn South at Baptist parsonage, go to end of street and turn right, across the street from Uncle Charlie 's plant. Come see our selection of materials. 1-7 F \ k 7}* iE rJrri^Zrt? oari"* Phone' N WT ESPONSIBLE foTW ^debts"other irrd , v j t)l bis brother Don Glenn brick, nice yard, north part, rnone contracted by myself. . forv ,:i„ r^w™ 242-2019. 1 ' 3! S gt. David F. Vitts 1 -4 and family m DanlErren. FOR SALE — 6 room modern house in ..„., .rJ .lT .?rrr ..*..L I Cbervl Biuford. Phone 732-8294. _ 1-3 , wall to wall Iralion's policies and programs." Although Nixon himself ha* not puhliclv complained, Republican governors said they were acting with his blessings earlier when they adopted a resolution accusing the Democratic administration of rushing through "politically motivaled" changes in government policy that, would "hamstring and embarrass" the new President. The resolution was nol specific, bul Gov. Ronald Reagan of California said the governors were unhappy about proposed changes in welfare rules and the highway program. The administration's move to abandon investigations of most welfare applicants and substitute instead a simple declaration of need came two weeks, after the election. Reagan said the change, to take full effect I July T unless Nixon reverses it, would cost his state alone S40 million a year. A week alter the Department of Health, Education and Wel, „„„ , * , fare announced the new welfare weie exhausted a month ago i regulationSi it launched another ; when 22 cities were added to the 1 ,^ j01 . m Tnis one , au ., 125 communities already chart,; tho) - zec| , Congress a year ; ing federal y sponsored attec -Ks would finarice , j ek , fol ° n w U ^ a V glt c •, , , poor people with such problems: While Great Society planners'^ ^ tlvictions or bill col . ml^iTu, Tv^ r*A lections. HEW Secretary Wilbur motivated by their belief that I j Cohen sajd j( would bo , the Model Cities approach is the best way to upgrade city slums, they concede it will have the effect of firmly entrenching the program before the chang in administrations. Thy believe Nixon and his lieutenants wilL feel compelled to continue alio- j cations under standards set by the Democrats. The momentum theory is being applied to other Great Society programs, too. Take the concentrated Employment Program. On Dec. 6, Secretary of Labor Willard, Wirtz announced that his de- ; partment and the Pentagon had agreed to expand this program i to train 5,600 hard-core jobless J for government jobs at defense 1 installations in 41 cities. Re- j cruiting of the trainees will be I gram off the drawing boards and into action. This was the first time the half-billion-dollar fund for supplemental Model Cities grants had been tapped, but Robert C. Wood, acting secretary of Housing and Urban Development, said "other cities with plans under review can expect a decision shortly." Before Nixon moves into the White House on Jan. 20, officials said, it's possible that nearly a score of other cities will receive similar grants. These include Atlanta; Baltimore; Boston and Cambridge. Mass.; Charlotte. N.C.; Denver, Colo.; Detroit and Highland Pevk. Mich.: Huntsville, Ala.; Philadelphia; Portland, Maine; Portland, Ore.; Reading, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo.; Smithville-DeKalb, Tcnn.; Tampa, Fla.; and Waco. Tex. Funds for preliminary planning of Model Cities projects partment. Secretary of Transportation Alan S. Boyd also has Irozon iu- It -rslale highway allocations .-•everal times in 'lie pasl tun years as 'an anii-inl'lalionary measure. In announcing 11)' mi it ti bill ion-dollar expansion two weeks ago. Boyd said tlv extra mileage will ' lend nion ilexiUlily lo tin entire .- A S U M. to permit it tr nieel the trcnu/ii- flous changes in population and development since the original •11,000 -mile network was (hailed." ROY TAYLOR AUCTIONEER Phone 244-1909 Or Write Rt. 7, Mt. Vernon 1 sible to estimate the cost of the program until states begin ap- Small wonder: can be seen at REGENCY MOTORS, Inc. Salem Rd. Phone 242-6200 JOE MARTIN INSURANCE AGENCY Service Is The Keynote of Our Business I III) .Main Office Phone •M4-2HOO Auto Home Fire Business IN THE USED Portable Sylvania TV, 1967 model $45.00. Phone 244-2782. 1-4 FOR SALE — TV Towers new and used VL ", W, also 1" self supporting. Nason Road. 279-4666. 1-10 NICE 2 bedroom home carpet and paneling In living room, stove, 65,000 BTU Warm Morning space hardwood floors, full upstairs and base- heater, refrigerator, breakfast set, utility ment, gas furnace, new roof, leaving cabinet, washer, rinse tubs. Ironing town. Owner would finance pari to res- board, odd tables, lawn chairs, bed and ponsible party Priced when shown. 1723 springs, chest, dresser, rollaway bed, Cherry. 12-31 . couch and chair, hassock, magazine rack, odd chairs, some tools and misc. FOR SALE — Will sell at public auction . _, ., . . , , _ , at 10 a.m. wed., Jan. 1 at 2612 Main pnent Friday night and Saturday St. the following Items: Skelgas cook with Grandma Holland. . . Ei fie Holland. Cor. underway before Nixon takes of- Arson Williams of! fi ce . At the same time, the Labor Department is renewing individual CEP contracts. While some of the department's news releases say the projects are being continued "for another year," investigation revealed that in most instances contract funds will run out next summer, when any decision not to refund and Shelly Burnett TIMELY QUOTE CAB DRIVERS WANTED ALSO men to operate their own cars as Taxi Cabs. Will furnish 2 way radios and Taxi roof lites. Do not apply at Cab Office but Call 242-5047 after 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. They (the policed are being 1 FOR SALE — T.T. antenna «we,i, new various makes, models. Burgln's Radio and T. V., 8th and Tolle Road. Dial 2422323. 3 FOR SALE — 5 room vacant home, all modern carpeted. 508 North Street. ' Louie J- Thereon; Auc- pl ]f - Jn fhr> same position 3S the Only $6,200 on terms. 242-3622 or 242-3724. \>™«>f- Roy Taylor. _ 12-31 ^ Armv j„ jn fighting the Viet 12-31 McADOO'S AQUARIUM, 710 So. 15th has 1 m ,.„„ m „ v „„ "„^+ «„!,«. new hours. Weekly 4:30 -8 :30 p.m. Sat. I Con S guerrillas. YOU cannot fight | 12:30-8:00 p.m. 1-3 , a guerrilla war with military j 10—HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE — Bargain, $9,500.00 buys modern 3 bedroom ranch type home I . .... First house west of Route 37 on Bethel ! WOLVERINE Logger Boots, work shoes | Units, and that IS What IS Jiap- Road, on north side. Lot 100x200. Now 2 VINYL Single bed sofas, 1 orange and 1 one turquoise, reasonable. 242-5528. I 12-31 ! vacant. Extra nice, 4 room modern home, 1009 South 25th. Only $6,300.00. and outdoor boots. Gene Cox Western 1 pening in our cities. Wear and TROPHY sales, 1611 S. 10th. 1* IN MEMORIAM 10-B—MUSIC FOR RENT — Furnished Apartment, private bath, entrance, downtown location. Phone 732-8440. 1-3 3 ROOM Furnished Apartment. Heat and water furnished, garage, close to town, i $85.00 a month. 242-2856. 1-2 FOR SALE — Professional drum set, white pearl, and cildiron 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 In memory of our precious son and , . . , . . ,. ., u ,_ brother, Donald Dwayne Moore, who Very_comfortable modern^ home ^ '".J passed away 7 years ago today, Dec. 31st, 1961. No one knov/s a silent heartache, Only those who love can tell Of the grief we bear in silence, For the one we loved so well. Sadly missed by: MOTHER, DAD, SISTER and BROTHERS. -Dr. Enrico L. Quarantelli, Ohio State University sociologist. ^TCS—"o"^;? T—i; r~ i FOR SALE — Bass guitar, $45 .00. Call FOR RENT — DeLuxe Apartment., 1 K_, W „_ T _" _„ H „ „ _ ,, furnished. Call 242-1524 - 242-3178. tf , U7 ' Xl1 betWeen 5 P - m ' 3nd 8 Pm ' " •. gP ,,-,_.,X0— TT^i —S . I FOR SALE — Univax, custom, 12 string E ^' C «n N y A TS ' Eveo ™ ng fu ^ lsh ' qultar, Apollo drum set, Kalamazoo nfiJ* M PW UP- « I "Serb amplifier. Phone 437-2833 Ina. tf tAlS&IS. TT j FOR RENT — New 1 and 2 bedroom ! unfurnished apartments, all utilities ! paid, Hotel Emmerson. See Mrs. Ward | 12-C—APPLES YE'OLE MARKET 1507 S. 10th Tree ripened Southern Illinois Apples. between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. week days. ; Red De |lcious, Red and Golden Delicious, tf I 6—HOMES Old Time Wlnesaps, and Jonathans. Also \ 5 77 8 or 279-4626 ' sorghum and a large selection of nuts. I 1-13 come, 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 farmabie. located on 2 roads. 5 miles out Waltonville Rd. 300 foot east. Only $4,800.00. >Ve Need Your Listing D. t. HENSON REAL ESTATE 313-B So. 10th St. Mt. Vernon, III. Phone 242-3622 or 24?-3724 '2-3'- FOR SALE — 3 bedroom house, full basement, 2 lots in Walfonville. Call 2791-2 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. 1-4 13—AUTOMOTIVES 121h, Waltonville Road. 242-5581. FOR RENT — Furnished, nice, modern 5 room house, 1 acre, 2 miles out Route . . _,, r i Rd 0 ^? 96 ' I FOR SALE — 1959 Ford, air conditioned, i very good transportalon. Will accept ' reasonable offer. Call 244-1647 evenings. FOR SALE FOR LEASE — Large 3 bedroom home with family room in Western Gardens, $175 per month. Contact Jamison Real Estate. 12-31 7—ROOMS FOR RENT — 2 modern furnished rooms, 1 adult, water furnished. 118 North 6th. 242-5068. 1-2 1-4 1966 Ford 6, one owner, very clean. 935 Airport 12-31 FOR SALE -^"'63" Chevrolet ~lmpala 2 -door hardtop, $800.00, very clean, standard transmission, good tires. Phone 242-3459 or turn South 2nd road east of Summersville School, 4lh house. 1-2 19-A—FARMS FOR SALE 190 ACRE Grain-livestock larm, modern dwelling, near Oakdale. 260 ACRE farm, no buliding, west Tarn- aroa. Gerald G. Spencer, Broker, Nashville, III. 327-8119. 1-4 FARM FOR SALE — 138 acres, 99tlll- able; modern house, large pole barn, . silo, 8000 bushell grain dryer and stor- ! age, $365.00 per acre. 96 acres now rent- ' ed, but is available to purchaser. Call ! 548-2427. 1-7 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank and express our j aratitud? to everyone during the illness ar,d oassing of John A. Barner. For the cards, telegrams, the Rev. Longmler and Parker Funeral Home. WIPE. SONS, BROTHERS and SISTERS and OTHER RELATIVES. The family of Charley Keele wishes to expi-css their thanks to all their friends and relatives for the acts and deeds of v/rnoathy, lovely flowers, food and words. Especially to Rev. Frank Brookman, the Good Samaritan Hospital and the staff at Hickory Grove Manor and also to the Doctors at Doctors Park. Your deeds will always be remembered. 20— SERVICES MISCEL. ROOMS FOR RENT - 117 N. 6th St. Kitchen privileges. Phont 242-3433. 1-2 NICE CLEAN sleeping rooms TV In lobby, off street parking. 242-4018. 425 N. 9th. tf 8—RENT MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT — Housetreller, 2 bedrooms. 400 N. 6th. Phone 242-2886. Call before 11 a.m. or after 5 p.m. tf NICE Mobile Home, 2 bedrooms, '65 Richardson Deluxe Model, 10x53, Phone 242-0019, $100.00 a month. 1-2 FOR RENT — Garage Blda., So. 10?h St. suitable for storage, mechanic or body shop, $60.00 per month. If Interested phone 242-0469 after 6 p.m. 12-31 FOR RENT — 1 bedroom and 2~bed- roorn mobile homes, real nice. 244-3836 or, 242-3178; tf OBITUARY Charley Keele was born Feb. 25th, 1892, In Jefferson county, son of Hiram Edgar and Mary Madelene (Waller) Keele. His mother died when he was only 8 yea's old and he was raised by h is step-mother, Sophia Jane who with his father preceded him In death. He was also preceded In death by his onlv brother In June 1967—Arthur Keele of Brazil, Ind. Charlev was 76 years 9 months 28 days old on Dec. 22nd, 1968 when he passed WHY WAIT? Decorate. Cost less than on t0 b „ witn n | s heavely Father. Leaving you think. Phone Cliff Sherman at f0 , jr i 0V ing daughters—Helen Bean, Mary 1-3 I Leffler, Maxine Jones all of Mt. Vernon ROTO-ROOTER SERVICE — Sewer flnd Lucille Johnson of Dixon, III. He stopped up, runs slow, full of roots? < aKo was survived by four grandchildren Call 244-0475. 1-16 ' ard ,our great-grandchildren. FOR SALE — See the new Holly Park I .-• „ He served with the Army In World 12x60 Mobile Homes. The best In I F ° R F, hI5" EI ^ prinking Water call | War , Mobile Home living. Bullard Trailer i . Gary . S ' el ? 9eD Wa ° 244 "°? 3 , 8 ; Charley was laid to rest Dec. 24th, Sales. Phone 895 -2403 Wayne City, III. I torm eny POO fasiey. 1-0 - m the East Salem cemetery next to 12-31 SEPTJC TANKS "pumped and repaired, j his mother. May he rest in peace^ SEWER LINES electric rodded, SINK I George^Blankenshipr 389~"Shady Lane, Lines and floor drains opened.New 1 Salem , died Fr , d December 20 In Septic Systems Installed. BRAVARD s 1 Good Samaritan Hosoital In Mt Vernon SEWER & SEPTIC SERVICE. 242-4520. ; G °°° Samar,,an HosBi,al ,n Mt - Vernon 1-3 FOR A Better Deal on a Good Used Car see Moore Motors, 412 Broadway. tf FOR SALE — '65 ~Ford ~wagon7T2 "Sbo mlies, power steering, 289 motor. Capps j and Warren Service Station, 10th and ; 266-7257. Forest. tf 13-A—HOUSE~TRAILERS NOTICE ROOF TROUBLE? No Job Too Small Or Too Large. MIDWEST RFG. CO. 244-1907 FOR RENT OR LEASE — Warehouse or atoraoe *pac«, downtown area, will aqfornodata « or more carloads of mer- chandfw. PJrtt floor; loading dock for 3 frVC**, Call 244-07W or Ut-ttU. H 6MlCJF '*PACe — Heat and water furn- '§Mi Prtyete .bath. »» 13-B—TRUCKS FOR SALE — 1965 GMC IVa-ton (heavy duty) truck. Browning Coal Co., 421 So. 12th St. 1-2 14-A—FARM SUPPLIES 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 39 years such as 45 bu., $98.73; 63 bu., $104.66; 95 bu., $133.18. Sheltons Farm Supply Co., Sesser 625-2621. tf TRENCHING and Bacx Hoe Srevlce, footings, water lines, septic tank fields, oil field lines. Fully insured. T. N. "Shorty" Campbell 242-2912 Ml. Vernon. Member I.U.O.E. No. 520D. tf FOR SALE — Good Tlmomy, Ladlno and Alfalfa hay. Fay Gowler. Phone 244- tf,' 0M1. 12-31 WASHER, Dryer and domestic refrigeration service. Delbert Reaney 244-0538. 12-31 ALTERATIONS and tailoring for men and women. 242-4707. tf TRASH and brush hauling. Ralph I torn 244-2004 or 242-6037. Call after 4. tf CANE and Rush Chair Seats replaced. F. G. Webb, Ashley Road. 244-1721. tf after an Illness of three days. He was 71 years old. Mr. Blankeship v/as born In Marion County August 11, 1897 to James Edmond and Minerva Leuty Blankenshlp. He was married February 2, 1936 to Bessie Burke who survives. Also surviving are tv/o brothers, James of luka, and John of Texlco; and one sister, Mrs. Lizzie McMeen Of Mt. Vernon and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Blankeship was a retired merchant and farmer. The funeral was held Sunday at the Bowman Chapel In Salem, Reverend Glen Hawkins officiating. Burial was In the Panther Fork Cemetery In Jefferson County, 'Hello Friend" Phone Devotion 242-3224 Anytime A Different Message Everyday Catch NFL Football See all the action on CBS-TV Sunday! See me for a better deal on your car, home or life insurance any day! 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 your paper. YOUR HEALTH IS WEALTH! We welcome your patronage. BROWNS THE PRESCRIPTI0NSHOP 1010 MAIN 242-037 5 NEW YEAR'S DANCE Tuesday, Dec. AMVETS EVE 31 9:30 Till ? W1LBURN DAVIS 2600 Broadway Mt. Vernon, linois Office r sTAii MUM Home 242 -8770 244 1649 INIUIANCI V * J r-eur STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY m Home Office: Bloomiugtoa, Illinois « NOTICE We Will Be Closed For Vacation Now Until Thursday, January 2nd. —WE WILL OPEN JANUARY 2nd— CROWNVIEW RESTAURANT JOHN and NORABELLE MACK, Owners No. 54 Crownview Phone 242-0508 IT A Stitch in Time ... FksbAld/ Always have adequate First Aid supplies on hand. Prompt attention and care of a minor injury often prevents future difficulty. But remember— should any sign of more serious trouble develop, see your doctor without delay. 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