Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 2, 1969 · Page 21
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Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, January 2, 1969
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EASY TO FIND Wi THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. TLL WORLD ALMANAC FACTS FOR CLASSIFIED ADS PHONE 242-0117 CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE IN BY 9:00 A.M. TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION SAME DAY WANTED 1 MALE and FEMALE WANTED — Architects field representative, Richardson, Severns, Scheller Associates Inc., Champaign, III., require full lime prolect representative for Institutional work near Peoria. Career opportunity for right man. All benefits. Salary open. Send resume to 821 Nell St., Champagln, III. 61820 or call R. J, Schill, T. J. Greene. Dial 217-352-7496. 1-4 FULL ORPART TfMETro ^e^lTirlb^ihg Walkins household - farm products. $450.00 month ave. Plus bonus. See or write Rita Dopp, 903 So. 25th, Mt. Vernon, Illinois. Or write Watkins, 800 No. 31st St. E. St. Louis, Illinois - 62205. 1-2 A~"PR0GREsTlVE~a~nd~~moder"n~ Midwest Institution has vacancies for capable house parents. Starting salary for house parents $250 each per month or $500 per couple. Only reliable people without dependent children need apply. Position provides living accomodations. If Interested please write Box C-1969 c /o Register-News. 1-2 KA^SITUATION^n^TED rOUNG MOTHER of 4 would like baby sitting in her home while you go out New Year's Eve. Carolyn Gray, 1418 Wescott. 242-5575. 1-2 1 -B—BUSINESS~^PPOR. $18,000 IS NOT TOO MUCH for man over 40, with car, to take short auto trips near Mt. Vernon, III. Air mall F. B. Pale, Pres., Texas Refinery Corp., Box 711, Fort Worth, Texas 76101. 1-4 FOFFSALE OR TRAl3E ™A7e71Fea7ify Shop, 6 station, established, good business, must sell for health reasons. Best offer. Write Box C-6261 % Register- News. 1-6 6 ROOM Humidifier, Paymaster check protector, both perfect working order. 242-1013. 1-3 NEW M¥RCHANOISE. Wine red purses, $1.50 each; 10 pair ladles galoshes, small size; 5 pair extra small size galoshes, few tan color, no low heels $1.00 pair; little girls house slippers 50c pair; some used articles. 711 Casey. If STUD SERVICE — White Toy Poodle. 1300 Shawnee 244-0550. 1-3 MINIATURE Schnauzers, Wires, Dachshunds, Poodles, Scottles, Australian Terriers, Beagles, some grown dogs. Jorl-Ellen Kennels, 242-0880. tf FOR SALE — Fireplace wood, cut length you desire. Phone 242-4966. 1-4 8—1100x20 recap bus tires, $20.00 each. Call 242-4138. 1-4 | FOR SALE — pair of chrome MT wheels. Phone 242-4452. Call between 5:30 and 10:00. Ml 17—POULTRY FOR SALE Guineas. Phone 242-2579. 1-2 19—REAL ESTATE FOR SALE — 3 bedroom house by owner at 814 South 19th. $5,000.00 cash or $5,750.00 on contract. Phone 244-0811. 1-3 FOR SALE — Sonotone hearing aid I no 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. glasses, one or both sides. 437-2461 Ina. 1-2 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. 1-2 Scissors, Scissors, Scissors. Electric, reduced to $7 .49 a pair. The Singer Co., 726 Park Plaza. If 27—CAR LICENSE LICENSE — FAST SERVICE — License ordered Monday thru Saturday will have on Tuesday. Variety Store, 1015 S. 10th. B. Brumbaugh Jr. Notary Public. tf 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 Tuesday, tf Cops Keep Lookout With TV 28—INCOME TAX INCOME TAX RETURNS filed. Lincoln Heritage Tax Service. Rosemary Reaney Tax Practloneer. Phone 244-0538. 4-15 30—SPECIAL NOTICE PANELING — 4x7 and 4x8 sheets, odds : and ends, some damaged, $2.03 per! sheet. Kell Salvage Co., Kell, III. Phone j 534-6233. tf LOOK 11 Draperies In special lengths or widths. Ask at the G. C. Murphy Co. 1-7 STOCK and EQUIPMENT of high gallon- age station. Phone 242-2181 after 5 p.m. 1-3 2—WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY — Large desk for home located office, filing cabinets. Call 242-5532. 1-2 WANTED — All kinds of furniture, gas cook stoves, living room suites, drapes and dishes. Phone 242-1719. 1-13 WANTED TO BUY — Houses needing repair, also large house trailers, and small or large acreage near Mt. Vernon. Gala Knox. Dial 242-4985. tf 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. tf WANTED — Painting, decorating and carpenter work. Phone 244-1464. tf WANTED TO BUY — Dairy Heifers and feeder calves. Raymond Llpe, Nokomls, III. Phone 217-563-2003. tf 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 Ser vice, Salem Road. tf 4—WANTL-D MISCEL. CHILDREN CARE — Lollpop Day Care Center—7:30 to 5:30 Monday thru Friday, 601 Strawberry. Phone 242-5970. 1-31 WANTED — Holiday specials. Chimney and foundation repairs. Also pest controls. Reasonable rates. All work guaranteed. Phone 242-5376. tf FOR RENT 5—APARTMENTS FOR RENT — 2 modern furnished rooms, 1 adult, water furnished. 118 North 6th. 242-5063. 1-2 NEW unfurnished 1 bedroom and furnished studio Apts. All electric, air conditioned, carpets, drapes. 242-4390. tf 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 1 OLO PAPERS 10c Bundle. Register-News Business Office. tf FRESH EGGS delivered every Thursday. 522 N. 5th St. Phone 244-2281. tf l"OR SALE — Largest stock of carpet and rugs In Southern Illinois. Karpet Korner, 12th <ind Jordan. tf BE SURE — Insure with the Golden Rule Hospital Plan. Louis Fltts, Box 544, Mt. Vernon, 242-0668. tf PARTS for all electric shavers. 24 hour service. Most models. Clark Jewelers, 110 North Ninth. tt FOR SALE—No hunting, no trespassing, for rent, for sale, apartment for rent signs. Register-News office. tf 9-A—HEATING & PLUMBING LOW COS1 ftumotng installed; also heating. Licensed plumber. Call 2425511. 1-7 9-B—APPLIANCES FOR SALE 244-1560. Roper gas range 40". Call 1-3 FOR SALE — Westlnghouse Electric 40" range, 2 ovens, $25.00. Call 242-4048 after 4 p.m. 1207 S. 25th. 1-4 VACUUM CLEANERS - ELECTROLUX — Newest carpet attachment with rotating brush. Rug washers, floor polishers. Sales and Service. Sterling Dodson, 242 -6137. tf 9-E—TV and RADIO USED Portable SytvanTa TV, 1967 model $45.00. Phone 244-2782. 1-4 FOR SALE — TV Towers new and used W, also 1" self supporting. Nason Road. 279-4666. 1-10 FOR SALE — T.v. Birrenna irswe.-», new various makes, models. Burgln's Radio and T. V., Ith and Tolle Road. Dial 2422323. s 10-B—MUSIC Markham City: 2Va lots; 4 rooms modern, gas heat, carpeted living room and nine large shade trees, large front and back porch. Bargain. Commercial property at 1306 Salem Road with large highway front. Two modern brick buildings for small-to-average sized businesses. All concrete drives. Good investment or good business location. In Summersville Area: 2 blocks from school, ranch type, brick front home, 3 bedrooms, w/w carpet, bath, utility room, hugo living room. Buy on contract. No. 3 Elm Circle Drive: 6 rooms, 3 j bedrooms, carpeted, air conditioning, redecorated and reasonably priced. Im-. mediate possession. 120 N. 32nd St.: A 5 room, 3 bedroom ] home with new gas furnace, gas heat, well Insulated walls and ceiling, excellently located. 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, carpeted living room, attached store building, reasonably priced at $7,600. 620 S. 22nd Street: 4 rooms, 2 bedroom home that's real nice, excellent for couple. Gas heat, bath, garage for $7,600. BURKETT'S REALTY I06 '/2 N. 5th St. Office: 242-2860 C. N. Carpenter: 244-0188 L. L. Burkett: 242-4006 1-4 FOR SALE — 2 bedroom ranch type brick, nice yard, north part. Phone 242-2019. 1-3 JOHNNIE'S REMNANT SHOP— 1029 OLD AIRPORT RD. Due to street being torn up. You may go out Old Fairfield 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 N6T - RE'SPONSiBL E Tor any debts"other than conlracled by myself. Sgt. David F. Flits 1-4 McADOO'S AQUARIUM, 710 So." 15th has new hours. Weekly 4:30-8:30 p.m. Sat. 12:30-8:00 p.m. 1-3 WOLVERINE Logger - Boots7 ~work shoes and outdoor boots.' Gene Cox Western Wear and TROPHY sales, 1611 S. 10th. I 4 IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Woodrow Lisenby who ielt us 3 years ago New Year's Day. Sadly missed by WIFE and CHILDREN and ALL WHO LOVED HIM. CARD OF THANKS The family of Leota Burton wants to express their thanks to all who helped at the time ot the loss of our loved one. A special thanks to the Setzekorn Nursing Home, Dr. Zelman, Dr. Anderson, Good Samaritan Hospital, Rev. Trotter for his comforting words and to all who sent food and flowers. Your kindness will always be remembered. THE FAMILY OF LEOTA BURTON. FOR SALE — 6 room modern house in Bluford. Phone 732-8294. 1-3 FOR SALE — 3 bedroom house, full basement, 2 lots in Waltonville. Call 2795778 or 279-4626. 1-2 19-A—FARMS FOR SALE 190 ACRE Grain-livestock farm, modern dwelling, near Oakdale. 260 ACRE farm, no building, west Tamaroa. Gerald G. Spencer, Broker, Nashville, III. 327-8119. 1-4 FARM FOR~^\LE~—~138~acres, 99 ~TiH- able; modern house, large pole barn, silo, 8000 bushell grain dryer and storage, $365.00 per acre. 96 acres now rented, but Is available to purchaser. Call 548-2427. 1-7 TIMELY QUOTE McCarthy has as much chance as a Viet Cong standing in the middle of that Da Nang air base runway. Maybe he's tired of politics and wants to go out in-a blaze of glory ... He is one of the most ill-advised political adventurers in history. —Rep. Joseph Y. Resnick, D- N.Y., commenting on Sen. Eugene J. McCarthy's entrance into presidential primaries. By ERIC M. SHARP Associated Press Writer OLEAN, N.Y. (AP) — While shoppers look in windows along Union Street, policemen look at the shoppers on closed-circuit television—a practice that has aroused both laughter and an-' ger among Olean's residents. I The eight television cameras, mounted 20 feet above the street! on lightposts, survey the five- j block-long business center of j this city of 22,000 cupped in the Allegheny uplands 70 miles southeast of Buffalo. In police headquarters, a desk sergeant commands a view of eight television receivers that show pictures of Union Street from various angles. Opponents of the system have one major complaint—it hasn't worked well since it was turned j on Sept. 27. "They've got the cameras in the wrong places," said a bartender. "They watch the fronts of the stores, and any burglar with half an ounce of sense will go in the back." His comment is backed up by the fact that two break-ins have been made at Union Street stores since the cameras were erected. In each case, entry was made at a camera blind spot, and the police didn't find out about it for some hours. A shoe store operator pointed out another bug: "You can't see a thing on the televisions at night." Those who favor television surveillance—including Mayor Harvey Shneiderman —say its faults are technical and! can be eliminated through better equipment and experimentation. As it stands now, television The Anti-Masonic party, America's first "third party," was also the first party to hold a presidential nominating convention and the first to announce a platform. On Sept. 26,1831, The World Almanac says, the anti-Masons nominated William Wirt for president and Amos Ellmaker for vice-president. Formed in New York in !828, the party declined after the elections of 1836. Copyright ©1968, Newspaper Enterprise AHSII, surveillance by police is not; very effective. j in the daytime, the picture j rarely is clear enough to identify faces at distances of more than 50 or 60 feet. At night, the lower half of each screen displays a pattern of curving black and white lines, and the upper half shows little more than automobile headlights. A person walking along a sidewalk at night cannot be seen. Michael Arnold, creator of the system and general manager of Olean's Allband Cablevision Inc. which installed it, admitted there are bugs, but said 1 they will be corrected soon. Arnold demonstrated one of the new zoom lens cameras. He aimed it out a window of his office and it focused automatically on a house about 100 yards away. A picture of the house appeared on a television set hooked up with the camera. MORE THIS IS AN ENEMY BUNKER found in the Meade River Operation, southwest of Da Nang. The deep, reinforced bunkers remind veteran Marines of Pacific island fighting in World War II. Hflp Senior Citizens Britain's "Sons of Rest" workshops, established by British in- 1 dustries, provide facilities and j training to enable older workers j 1o continue gainful employment: when they can no longer do their original jobs. ^ flamingpit Family Restaurants The attractive, newly built Flaming Pit Restaurant scheduled to open shortly on the top floor of the First National Bank Building 10th & Broadway Mt. Vernon, III. Will be interviewing for the following positions: MANAGER TRAINEES Young (over 21) aggressive men, willing to work ali hours learning all phases of restaurant management. No Experience Necessary Advancement Potential BARTENDERS Capable, high volume, reliable individuals. Inventory and ordering experience preferred. Top wages. Apply In Person At Illinois State Employment Service 225 South 9fh ,St. Mt. Vernon, Illinois FOR SALE — Professional drum set, white pearl, and clldiron symbols, cases, like new, reasonable. 242-0461. 1-4 SERVICES WANTED — Guitar pupils, private lessons given. Evening and Saturday time available. Call for appointment. 244-3473. tf 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, $65 .00 a month. 242-2856. 1-2 FOR RENT — DeLuxe Apartment., furnished. Call 242-1524 — 242-3178. tf EFFICIENCY APTS. Everything furnished, $30.00 per week and UP . Phone 242-5373. tf 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 RENT — 2 bedroom house, ultramodern, Inside newly remodeled, $100 a month. Deposit required. Inquire Rockett Cafe, 1920 South 10th. 1-3 FOR RENT — 4 room modern house almost new. Electric heat, w/w carpet, garage, l'.z miles east of Airport on New Route 15, v 2 mile south on Liberty Church Road, 3rd house on west side of road. Phone Paloka, III. 432-5845. Charles Boudinot. 1-6 FOR SALE — Bass guitar, $45.00. Call 242-5824 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. tf GET UP NIGHTS? BACKACHE, LEG PAINS.SCANTY FLOW, SMARTING may be nature's warning of functional kidney disorders—"Danger Ahead." Increase and regulate passage with 1 GENTLE BUKETS diuretic In 4 DAYS (only 3 tablets a day) or your 48c back at any drug counter. Today at ROSS DRUGS. •iO— SERVICES MISCEL. WHY WAIT? Decorate. Cost less than you think. Phone Cliff Sherman at 266-7257. 1-3 FOR SALE — Unlvax, custom, 12 string qultar, Apollo drum set, Kalamazoo reverb amplifier. Phone 437-2833 Ina. tf 12-C—APPLES YE'OLE MARKET 1507 S. 10th Tree ripened Southern Illinois Apples. Red Delicious, Red and Golden Delicious, Old Time Wlnesaps, and Jonathans. Also sorghum and a large selection of nuts. 1-13 ROTO-ROOTER SERVICE — Sewer stopped up, runs slow, full of roots? Call 244-0475. 1-16 13—AUrOMOTIVES FOR SALE — 1960 American Rambler 4 door sedan, stick shift, air conditioned, extra clean, good condition, $275.00. Call 242-5586. 1-6 FOR SALE — 1956 Pontlac, 1 owner, good running condition. 244-1871. 1-8 FOR SALE - 1959 Ford, air conditioned, very good transportaion. Will accept reasonable offer. Call 244-1647 evenings. 1-4 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 FILTERED Drinking Water call Gary Sledge Water Service 244-0038, formerly Bob Pasley. 1-15 SEPTIC TANKS pumped and repaired, SEWER LINES electric rodded, SINK Lines and floor drains opened. New Septic Systems Installed. BRAVARD's SEWER 8. SEPTIC SERVICE. 242-6520. 1-3 TRENCHING ana Back Hoe Srevlce, 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 PLUM DRY WALL CO. Latest West Coast System, 15 years experience, fast service, low rates. Free estimate. Finishing or stud out. Phone 932-8893 West Frankfort ALTERATIONS and tailoring for men and women. 242-4707. tf TRASH and brush hauling. Ralph Isom 244-2004 or 242-6037. Call after 4. tf FOR A Better Deal on a Good Used Car see Moore Motors, 412 Broadway. tf CANE and Rush Chair Seats replaced. F G Webb. Ashiev Road. 244-1721. tf 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 244- 0-J6. *f UGLY TREE TRUNKS IN YARD? Have them ground out bv machine. No mess. Phone 244-2746. tf FURNISHED 2 bedroom home newly dec- I orated, gas heat, no utilities, rugs, ( drapes, bunk beds, large bed, white bed- | room suite, frostless refrigerator, built-in kitchen, new living room suite, no pets. 12th, Waltonville Road. 242-5581. 1-4 FOR RENT — Furnished, nice, modern 5 room house, 1 acre, 2 miles out Route 460. 242-4985. tf 7—ROOMS FOR SALE — '65 Ford wagon, 12,000 mlies, power steering, 289 motor. Capps and Warren Service Station, 10th and Forest. tf 13-B—TRUCKS 3 UNFURNISHED rooms, 3 closets, private bath and entrance. References exchanged. 409 S. 20th. Phone 242-0412. 1-3 ROOMS FOR RENT™li7 ~N7 ~6th~St. Kitchen privi|ei'»s. Phone 242-3433. 1-2 "NICE CLEAN^slr<»."ig~ro"oms^ TV in i lobby, off streei parking. 242-4018. ' 425 N. 9th. tl 8—RENT MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT — 10'x55' mobile home, 2 bedrooms, near shopping center. 2442353. 1-6 FOR RENT — Housetraiier, 2 bedrooms. 400 N. 6th. Phone 242-28B6. Call before 11 a.m. or after 5 p.m. tf NICE Mobile Home, 2 bedrooms, '65 Richardson Deluxe Model, 10x55. Phone 242-0019, $100.00 a month. 1-2 FOR RENT — 1 heoroom and 2 bed' room mobile homes, real nice. 244-3B36 or 242-3178. tf FOR RENT~OR LEASE - Warehouse or storage space, downtown area. Will accomodate 5 or more carloads of merchandise. First floor; loading dock for 3 trucks. Call 244-0750 or 242-2316. tf OFFICE SPACE — Heat and water furnished, carretec', private bath. 1120 Wain. Phone 244-3836 — 242-3178. tf WANTED — Nice young couple with good house trailer to rent new trailer space near Game Farm on oiled road. S20.00 winter, $22.50 summer Including garden space, Trl-County lights, state tested well water. Prefer couple wlm 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 FOB SALE 9—SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE — Washing machine, yard fence, garage door. Phone 242-0492. 1-3 FOR SALE — 1956 '4 ton, 4 speed ; Chevrolet truck, with grain sides and cattle racks, $150.00. 242-5586. 1-6 FOR "SALE ' —~l"965~GMC _ W-'-to'rTlheavy ' duty) truck. Browning Coal Co., 421 So. , 12tn St. 1-2 14—FARM EQUIPMENT YEAR" END SPECIAL 8-N Ford nice S625.00; 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 51,195.00; 850 Ford, bargain 51,295.00; 414 IHC '43 model $1,125.00; 4' rotary cutters, reg. S259.00, sale $200.00; V.V 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 S600.00; 10' wheel disc $265.00; lS'/V 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 with each sales ticket ending in 0. Hopkins Ford Tractor Highway 460 East. 1-2 ROOFING, all types and repairs, emergency service, free estimates, no obligation. R. R. 4, Mt. Vernon. 244-1907. Midwest Roofing. tf LAWTTMOWER grinding, motors repalr- ed. Hand SAWS filed. KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge, *H South 18th Street. tf CO NCR ETE ~S E P r i C — TAN K Tor~Ta "le"installed. . Backhoe work and trenching, Phone 2*4-5745. •. LIQUOR—WINE—GIN CHAMPAGNE—MIXES BEER Hot or Cold by the Case Other Beverages Bar Accessories SPECIAL PRICES WOODEN INDIAN Open Evenings Free Parking in Kear Free Delivery - Ph. 242-0474 TODAY'S BOV NEEDS RESPONSIBILITIES CONCRETE WORK — Basements, floors, patios, driveways, walks, etc. Free estimate. Call John Yearwood 244-0539 or Walter Yearwood 244-1652. tf 21 -A—RUG CLEANING j CARPET 8< FURNITURE CLEANING .... by DURACLEAN, the safe, sure, : on location, 'flower fresh' method. Phone I 242-1814. 1-2 I T, 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 30 years such as 45 bu., $98.73; 63 bu., $104.66) 95 bu., $133.18. Sheltons Farm Supply Co., Sesser 625-2621. tf TACK DOWN carpeting, upholstered furniture, modern equipment. Nu-Way Cleaners. Dial 244-0075, 18th and Perkins, tt EXPERT ~CLEANERS on" >ugZ _ w/w ~C8r- pets, upholstered furniture, floors. Latest modern equipment. Jack 's Home Cleaning Service. 242-2241. tf 21 :B—AUTO PARTS & SERV BATTERIES — usedYv. $4.95 exchange, 12 V. $6.95 exchange. Guaranteed 12 months. Stan The Tire Man. Dial 2426400. tf 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. 15—LIVESTOCK FOR SALE — One registered Hereford cow, four years old; one registered Hereford heifer, one year old. R. L. Sehlag. Phone 736-2438. 1-2 16—PETS and SUPPLIES FOUR FREE PUPPIES. Very cute. 244-2580. !.i BOARDING — Heated kennels. Stud service St. Bernards, Poodles, Pekingese, Chihuahua, Schnauzers, Welsh's Wire Fox Terrier, Beagle, German Shepherd, also In black, 4 miles on Waltonville Rd. Helen-Tate Moore 242-4950. 1-3 21-E—RADIO & TV SERVICL T.V. SERVICE — Consclenlous, 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 "Dlno". Call 242-0151. Reward. 1 -4 2 YEAR OLD female German Shepherd. Answers to "Mltze". Call 244-0023. 1-3 LOST — 600 lb] black Angus steer. Vicinity of Pendleton Farms. Phone 732-8378. Glenn Catron. 1-2 "Most young people today get into tangles because they have nothing else to do", . . says a noted juvenile court judge Delinquency isn't bred among boys who respect the property of others and know the value of money. Civic and school authorities agree that "busy boys are better boys." Newspaperboys profitably invest their spare-time and exuberant energies in gaining business experience. They learn the value of money by working for it. SPECIAL PRICES 12 VOLTS ^jr ? i6 9 * exc. LOST — Carrier collecfc'ng book for Route 1. Hiatt. Please call Register- News days. tf 23—FOUND FOUND — Female Setter, black and white, west of town. Call 242-5631. 1-2 6 VOLTS A, iT * IO: L RANMAR'S Standard Tire 12th & Bdwy—Phone 242-6560 Of all part-time jobs, a newspaper route provides the best over-all training for future business success. As one prominent educator wrote, "Many types of work which young people engage in do not provide the/same experiences that the paper route offers. A paper route is a miniature business. The newspaperboy is actually on his own." Busy Boys Are Better Boys If you think your son or some other youngster might profit by Newspaperboy Experience, why not suggest that he come in and talk to us. Mt. Vernon

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