Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 7, 1969 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1969 THDi KKU1SSTEK-NJUWS — MT. VijlRMON, ILLINOIS 5—A AN ARCTIC FIRST is the Plamenny mercury mine in Chukotka. According to an official Soviet source, this is part of the mine's complex which includes a metallur- ,. tfical shop, electric power stations and a chemical laboratory. First-Edition Print Of Constitution Found PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A rare, first-edition printing of the Declaration of Independence has been discovered in a Philadelphia book store. The copy was printed in straightline form by John Dunlap and dated July 4, 1776. It was authenticated as genuine by the American Philosophical Society, which also owns one of the Dunlap Prints. The Society said the copy is only the sixth known one. . The document was discovered in a. scrapbook at Leary's, a 132-year-old downtown book stoi*e which closed recently. Employes how are preparing to auction away its stock. Edward R. Poole, Leary's manager, said Thursday the scrapbook was in a sixth-floor corner—a jumbled collection of unlisted documents, papers and scrapbooks known to employes as "that corner." "I always had a hunch something valuable was in there," said Poole. "But I was thinking more in terms of plates of books -O -O- -0- Leary's published many years ago." The copy, believed worth more than $30,000, was turned over to an auctioneer, who will sell it. In 1951 a similar copy turned over to the National Park Service now is displayed at Independence Hall. Officials say it was then valued at $27,500. Fire Destroys Allendale Church ALLENDALE, HI. (AP)—The First Methodist Church was destroyed Sunday night by a fire which started 20 minutes after evening services ended. High winds hampered the efforts of firemen from Mt. Carmel, St. Francisville and Law- rencevjlle and Allendale in bringing the blaze in the old brick building under control. There was no estimate of damage. CHURCHES Jehovah's Witnesses 1515 S, 14th Special services will be held January 7 - 12, 1969 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's witnesses, 1515 South 14th street. Presiding minister, Noble Green- wp .lt, said the congregation will be visited by circuit supervisor T. R. Thompson. Thomps o n heads Illinois circuit No. 7 and visits the congregations in the circuit once every four months. Tuesday night at 7:30 a ministry school' and service meeting will be held, followed by a 40- rifnute talk by Thompson. Thursday night at 8 a Bible study - is held. A discussion is htid at 7:45. p.m. Saturday of new things learned from the study of the Watchtower biblical articles . Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Thompson will give a one- hour public tak, titled, "Endurance Leads To God's Approval." At 10:30, Greenwalt will conduct a Watch tower Bible Study, followed by closing remarks form the circuit supervisor. Rowe Evaded Reds 9 Days After Escape CA MAU. Vietnam (AP) — Maj. James N. Rowe, the U.S. Special Forces officer held prisoner for five years, evaded the enemy for nine days after his escape before finally being picked up by a U.S. helicopter, according to reports in this Mekong Delta town. Rowe, 30, of McAllen, Texas., was brought first to Ca Mau after his rescue. The U.S. Command has withheld details of Rowe's escape. The bare official account left the impression Rowe escaped and was picked up the same day, Dec. 31. However, U.S. advisers who talked with Rowe said • he escaped in the confusion of a B52 bombing strike Dec. 22. The bombing was part of preparations for a large Vietnamese operation in the U. Minn forest, a dank Viet Cong sanctuary centered 150 miles southwest of Saigon. His rescue came on the fringe of the forest when he saw several U.S. helicopters taking part in an assault. He ran into the paddies, waving his sliirt. Two small U.S. observation helicopters hoved near him. "At first they thought he was a Viet Cong trying to give up\" said an American major familiar with the story. "But they called the command ship (a larger craft) and it set down and took him on." At Ca Mau, Rowe—bearded, tanned and husky -despite his long ordeal—bounded from the helicopter. A young lieutenant recalled: "Boy, he was the happiest man I've ever seen." A sergeant observed: "You could tell he was a real cool one, too. Real smart." March Of Dimes Month MAYOR JOE MARTIN, in the presence of Bob Davis, Jefferson County March of Dimes campaign-chairman, proclaims the month of January, 1960, as March of Dimes month in Mt. Vernon. After Inventory Mink Stoles and Capes Save $100 To $200 Off Reduced To 2 - $499 Pastel Mink Capes $399 Reduced To 1 - $599 Pastel Mink Stole $479 Reduced To 1 - $699 Ranch Mink Stole $549 Reduced To 1 ~ $795 Autumn Haze Stole $599 Reduced To l-$499 Black Broadtail Jacket $349 l-$499 Fawn Broadtail Jacket $369 Reduced To 9 1- Reduced To Brown Broadtail Jacket $349 6 — Mink Boas $79.00 Values Reduced To-' $59 All Above Furs Are Top Quality Full Letout Skins. 2 Year Guarantee Sorry No Phone Orders So. Illinois Qualified Furrier Legal Notice NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is given ol the death of Fred Sodders (being the same person as Ted Sodders) and that Letters of Administration were issued December 20, 1968 to Dorothy L. Sodders, 900 Taylor Street, Mt. Vernon, Illinois, as Administrator, and that Monday, February 3, 1969 is the claim date for the estate. Dated December 20, 1968. Jerry B. Gott Clerk of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois ATTORNEYS FOR ESTATE: Howard and Howard Howard Building, Box U, Mt. Vernon, Illinois 2-7 NOTICE Public Notice is hereby given that on Dec. 31, A.D. 1968, a cex-- tificate was filed in the Office of the County Clerk of Jefferson County, Illinois, concerning the business known as "PULLEY FUNERAL HOME", located at 1314 Main St., Mt. Vernon, 111., which certificate sets forth the following changes in the operation thereof: Charles E. Hughey of 1314 Main St., Mt. Vemon, lit, will own and conduct the above named business. Dated this 31st day of December, A.D. 1968. Dewey E. Barton (SEAL) County Clerk. 1-21 Here is the mayor's proclamation: "Whereas, the objective of the National Foundation-March of Dimes is to prevent birth defects and their mentally or physically disabled aftermath, and "Whereas, birth defects strike more than 250,000 babies in the United States every year, and "Whereas, research financed by the March of Dimes and ethers points the way to prevention, and "Whereas, more than 100 March of Dimes Birth Defects Treatment Centers across our nation demonstrate that mounting numbei*s of young birth defects victims can be returned from hospitals to their loved ones to lead useful lives, and "Whereas, this outstanding voluntary health organization, which led the war to conquer polio places unremitting stress on pre conceptional and prenatal public education programs for the well-being of future mothers and their infants, and Whereas, our community of enlightened citizens cannot in good conscience close its eyes to a continuing tragedy of such magnitude, "Now, therefore, I, Joe Martin, mayor of Mt. Vernon, Illinois do hereby proclaim January 1969 as March of Dimes Month, and call upon and appeal to all our thoughtul citizens to contribute generously to this fight against birth defects." 12,000 Fly From U.S. To War Games Yanks Arriving For Drills Near Czechs FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The advance party for 12 000 U.S. Army troops landed h'-re today to prepare for large- scale maneuvers starting later this month near the Czechoslovak border. About 270 soldiers flew the Atlantic from Forbes Air Force Base in Kansas. After landing at Rhein-Main Air Base, they headed for depots at. Kaisers- laulern, Karkslruhe, and Mannheim, where they will prepare tanks, guns, and other heavy equipment left behind when their units were deployed from Europe last spring. The main bulk of the troops will arrive at Nuernberg in a massive airlift Jan. 20-21 to maneuver about 30 miles from the Czechoslovak border. The exer- eisp, named Reforger, was originally scheduled for later this year but was moved ahead to stiffen the North Atlantic Alli­ ance after the Soviet- led invasion of Czechoslovakia last August. The maneuver takes place Jan. 29-Feb. 4. Most of the men participating in the maneuvers will return to the United States but four F4 Phantom tactical fighter squadrons flying over for a parallel Air Force exercise named Crested Cap I, will remain in Europe to complete training. Humphrey At Funeral Of Trygvie Lie OSLO (AP) — About 400 statesmen, diplomats and Norwegians assembled Monday for the state funeral of Trygve Lie, the first secretary general of the United Nations. — U.S. Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey attended with his wife and Mrs. Clifton Daniel, daughter of President Truman. King Olav V., Crown Prince Harald and Crown Princess Sonja sat alongside the coffin which was draped with the Norwegian flag. There were no demonstra- CALL CHARLES CARPENTER FOR PROMPT ATTENTION TO YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS Wanted Listings BURKETT REALTY Office 243-2860 Home 244-0188 tions. On Sunday, before Humphrey's arrival, antiwar demonstrators stoned the U.S.—Embassy and distributed leaflets saying "mass murderers unwanted" and "Humphrey go home." But the vice president received a warm reception at Oslo's airport when a party of students broke into cheers and sang in English "For he's a jolly good fellow." Several hundred spectators applauded as the vice president's party went to a limousine. Premier Per Borten and U.N. Undersecretary Ralph Punche placed the only two wreaths. Bishop Fridtjov Birkeli, who conducted the service, lauded Lie's personal qualities "which placed him both in the history of Norwav and in the history of the world." CALL BOB SHAW With Jamison Real Estate For All Your Real Estate Needs. Telephones Office 242-0873 Home 244-3760 HELP US Supply The Demand Desperately needed 2—3—4 bedroom homes for recently transferred families — Call the REAL ESTATE EXPERTS A. HAROLD LOGAN C. WILLIAMS & RICHARDSON Broker Salesman 315 S. 10th LELAND ELLIOTT, Salesman JOHN H. CROSS, Salesman 242-0251 242-0252 YOU Can Avail Yourself of the Services Offered by This Agency. Our Many Years of Experience Are Yours For A Calf. VIRGIL T. BAILEY, INC TIMELY QUOTE No matter how great be the resources we commit to the struggle, we cannot provide the South Vietnamese with the will to survive as an independent nation ... or with the ability and self-discipline a people must have to govern themselves. —Robert S. McNamara, outgoing secretary of defense. SEE JAMISON FIRST IDEAL RETIREMENT HOME 2 Bedrooms, liveable lower level, oil furnace, excellent neighborhood. COSY 3 BEDROOM — 2903 Logan; wooded area, patio, oil heat, carpeted living room. 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ONLY $600 00 DOWN, balance like rent buys 3 bedroom modern home, west side location. Paved street, basement, gas heat; full lot. Close to shoe factory. Priced right. EASY TERMS. 4 rooi cation; built in ci furnace; full lot. Inn n home, west side lo_ 1, basement, new gas ession LINCOLN SCHOOL DISTRICT. Beautiful older 5 room all modern home; nAAl n> ted inside and out, new w/w carpeting in 1 olfLp" al "* dining room, new bath fixtures, full lejltj n(JW gag furna( . e and water heat, storm windows; garage. 13 ACRES—5 room modern home; basement, stoker heat, barn, other outbuildings; also, lake, located north of Mt Vernon. Priced to sell. Very suitable for a hog or horse farm. 20 ACRES— 3 bedroom modern home; basement, gas heat, living room with fireplace; double garage, small barn. Fine location north—priced right. WANTED: LISTINGS. WE HAVE BUYERS WAITING. VIRGIL T. BAILEY, Inc. 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