Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 13, 1969 · Page 11
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M6NDAT, JANUARY 13, 1969 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 3 -B American TT?^ Will Rogers larger than life Jean Harlow seeks an identity Meriwether Lewis restless and mobile ffinaidEdinIn&gli). Its purpose to for .the !KJ ^£3£^ Tttooneo the end or the year, shows Amrfoiimciit of the United States. The opening^eiUbtttoii, wMc»SH?KLi Mi £. A Discourse in Portraits." SpEgV sSlptores and I»{i*«!*S™S^ according to the exhibition, YOU Con Avail Yourself of the Services Offered by This Agency. Our Many Years of Experience Are Yours For A Call. VIRGIL. T. BAILEY, INC. iBBAND NEW AND READY TO BE LIVED IN. Beautiful ? ; Webster Hill's Estates, north side location; w/w carpeting, i8 bedrooms, 2 ceramic tiled baths, living room, dining: room, kitchen with built, in oven, stove, dishwasher, beautiful cab» toets, garbage disposer, family room with fireplace, large utility room, double garage, concrete driveway, gas heat, central air; big lot. Immediate possession. Priced to sell IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. Large stone family home, north side location, new w/w. carpeting, living room, dining room, kitchen with new cabinets, stove and refrigerator, 3 extra large bedrooms, 2</£ baths,, family room, gas heat; double garage. The price will amaze you. A NEW ONE WITH A BASEMENT. Lovely spacious home; w/w carpeting, 8 big bedrooms, 3 ceramic tiled baths, beautiful built in kitchen cabinets, stove, oven, dishwasher, garbage disposer, living room, dining room, huge family room with fireplace, double garage, large lot, gas heat, central air. Shown by appointment only. ONLY $13,000.00 buys 6 room modern ranch home, west side location. Carpeted living room, 8 bedrooms, large kitchen, family room, beautiful bath with built ih vanity; corner lot, carport, utility room, oil heat Shown by appointment only. SOLD e rent buys 5 room si! furnace, storm windows, school and high school. balance like rent buys 3 bedroom side location. Paved street, base- lot. Close to shoe factory. Priced SO' r -n home, west side In- I, basement, new gas ession ONLY $500.00 DOWN, modem home. Base fine location close i Priced to sell. -ONLY $500 00 DOWN, 3 modern home, west ment, gas heat; full •\ right. "EASY TERMS. 4 root • t cation; built in ci i furnace; full lot. Imi •LINCOLN SCHOOL DISTRICT. Beautiful older 5 room i all modem home; a> **• f ted inside and out, new U w/w carpeting In •Nil' and dining room, new - bath fixtures, full lent, new gas furnace and water heat, storm windows; garage. ,15 ACRES— 5 room niodcrn 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 modem home; basement, gas heat, living room with fireplace; double garage, small bnm. Fine location north—priced right. WANTED: LISTINGS, WE HAVE BUYERS WAITING. VIRGIL T. BAILEY, Inc. FHA Leans and CI Leans Available. :We Will make you a CASH OFFER for your Home oi Farm "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" Tenth and Harrison —— Phone 242-4380 The Well Child Train Child Early In Good Eating Habits By Wayne 6 Br.mdstad>, M.D. A mother writes that her daughter, 2, will not eat any kind of vegetable or fruit. This i*. a oemmon problem and requires an abundance of calm patience on the part of the mother. It is essential that meal time be a pleasant time for the chilrl hut not e time for her to play with her food. Good eating habits should be developed' eariy in life and to this end there should be no distractions at meal- time. Until child is 3V» to 4, it is wise to feed her in her own room or in the kitchen without the rest of the family hanging about. At each meal the mother, should offer a small portion of vegetable or furit but not insist that the child eat it or even try it. If thefrtiother eats some of it herself and shows that sho enjoys it : the child will ir. time want to follow her example. Noi move than One new dish should be introduced at any one meal. Doctors once recommended withholding a dessert or favorite food until a child cleaned up the other foods that were good for her, but this practice often has the disadvantage of increasing the child's dislike for the other foods. If the. child gots hungry between meals she should be offered a piece of fruit. If there is some doubt whether the child Is getting <;- nough vitamins she should get a multivitamin pill before breakfast until better eating habits are established. Another reader writes that,the 3- year* old son of a friend practically lives on orange juice which he takes from a bottie. The pediatriciani says the or­ ange juice won't hurt him. By the age of 3, the mother should iiave trained this boy to use a cup. Since she hasn't, now is a good time to begin — simply by getting rid of all the bottles. The child may squawk at first but the mother must; lot him know, gently but firmly, that she is . the boss. Giving orange juice several times a day will naturally spoil this boy's appetite for other foods. So the mother should cuf the juice to one small portion e doy and quieUy offer him other foods, which he will et,.i if he is hungry and will enjoy when _ he gets used to therrt. Please send your questions and comments to Wayne G. Brandstadt, M.D.. in care of this paper. While Dr. Brandstadt cannot answer inidvidual letters, he will anrwor letters of general interest in future columns. NEWS BRIEF HOROSCOPE Tuesday: You now are able to project your ideas and viewpoints far better than previously, so be wise and contact every one possible and let them know i just what you have in mind.; Forget thinking some attach- : ment, is perfect as he, or she, : has feet of clay. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 1. Ideal day to add to present con- • tacts and show interest in new ' philosophies, outlets, etc. Write.j persons out of town and tell j them of your interests. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Get a comprehensive picture of regular duties and see how to expand more readily. Make this loved one that you really care in P.M. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) ; Partners are more than glad to listen to your ideas, but be sure you also give a willing ear. You can improve relationship with almost everyone today and tonight. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Forget fun and attend to duties facing you right now. Any arguments you have with co- workers can be cleared away quickly and wisely by you. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Out with congenilas to the charming places you all enjoy so much. Select those with a true sense of humor and boost your spirit. Save time for hobby that requires perfecting. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Concentrate on what should be done to get the backing of kin for some interesting project that l benefits them. Be intellectual. | LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Be more inventive with routines and you obtain much better re- j suits more readily. Be accurate i with reports.. Why make more work for yourself later by making errors in haste? SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Monetary matters are most vital now so be sure to get assistance from experts so you add to your present abundance. Plan what improvements to property you should make. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You have clever in- interests to make workable so find the light allies for the greatest results. Be sure you are properly dressed and feeling dynamic. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 t6 Jan. 20) Others place their confidence in you, so don't sell them short. You have to be most practical in planning the future, so do just that now. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 1) Your problem can best be helped by one who comes out bluntly and tells you what's wrong. Out to the social in P.M. or do some entertaining. PISCES (feb. 20 to Mar. 20) The right day to get in touch with that bigwig who can help you to realize your fondest dreams, be they of a personal or business nature. Then put your finest talents forward CONCENTRATING on a globe, these nuns in South Vietnam are learning English from Marine 1st JU. G. D. Rohlfsen of Fairbault, Minn. During bis English classes, Rohlfsen uses a globe as a visual teaching aid. People in the News LOS ANGELES (AP) - Historian Will Durant's wife of 55 years, authoress Ariel, finally can sign her name legally. Until a court proceeding; Thursday she had been Ida for all her 70 years, at least when she signed contracts and legal papers. The two have co-au-j thored several books. j Once her husband was her; teacher and "I was his most; li-oublesome mischief maker, so' he called me Ariel," she said, j explaining that Shakespeare, in j his play "The Tempest" named j a sprite "Ariel." I SAVE BIG AT SUMMERS DODGE 1967 IMPALA SUPER SPORTS Buckets, console, 4 speed, 386, 825 HP, Posl-Trac, Rallye suspension, factory tac and gauges, G-70 wide ovals, low mileage — SHARP, SHARP, SHARP. s ?095 •Plus Any Car That You Can Drive To Our Lot. SUMMERS DODGE, Inc. 12th & Waltonville Rd. Phone 242-2173 . TIMELY QUOTE The idea that life, love and romance belong only to the young is a myth and a falsehood. —Dr. Alexander Runciman, research psychologist. MEW YORK (AP) — Joe Louis, former world heavyweight champion, is seeking a divorce from his third wife, Martha. A spokesman said Louis asked his wife, a Los Angeles attorney, to seek the divorce because he finds it "increasingly difficult to provide the kind of home life his wife required." They have been married 11 years. Both of Louis' previous marriages ended in divorce. BRUSSELS (AP) — Harlan Cleveland will stay on as ambassador to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization 'until May 1 at the request of President-elect Nixon. He has held the post since September, 1965. 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. 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