Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 15, 1969 · Page 23
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6—C -THE RPJGISTER-NEWS — ATT. VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, UG9 BUY-SELL-RENT- MPE&FWWM. FOR CI Wl'rt * - 1M 1 f<».. lti»3i-.ceiT « on administration counsel and cooperatin in its efforts to bring peace and justice both at home and abroad." But Sen. Strom Thurmond. R' S.C., one of the architects of the with attendant increases ini Southcrn contribution to Nixon's JOHNSON BUDGET $195.3 BILLION (•Continued From Page One' I ED MIS PHONE 242-0117 CU^FIElTADr^HJST BE IN BY 9:00 A.M. TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION SAME^AY WANTED I MALE ond FEMALE *" Ooes an AVON Representative call on you? We may need someone In your neighborhood. No obligation. Write Dolores Julius Route 2, Ina, III. or call 279-5826. 1-17 7— ROOMS SLEEPING ROOMS. Close In. 704 Main. 2-4 NICE CLEAN sleeping rooms lobby, off street parking. 425 N. 9th. TV in • 1967 IMPALA Super Sport, less than I FOR SALE BY OWNER - J bedroom 10.000 miles in perfect condition. Phone brick ranch house with family room, • 242-4550. Must sell immediately. 1-1S carport, patio, gas heat, two lots, corner f_._: •- —• Cherry, Strawberry. Phone 244-0413. MS FOR SALE — 1943 Mercury Monterey, I --, •-- „ 4 dr. hardtop, good condition. Call 242- ] FOR SALE — 2 bedroom home, gas 0828 alter 5 p.m. 1-17 furnace, garage. 2100 College. Owner will finance. $300.00 down, J55.00 per month. Call 242-4345 after 5 p.m. 1-17 IN MEMORIAM (URVEY~ INTERVIEWERS to conduct interviews for Market Research Co. : rom New Jersey. Part time occasional MorK. Experience helpful, but not essential. Survey to be conducted in Hamilton, White, and Franklin Counties. Car necessary. No selling. Hourly rate plus nileage. Write including phone number •o Box C-909 % Register-News. 1-15 WANTED — Part ttme insurance reporter in Mt. Vernon ond surrounding area, experience not necessary, no selling or collecting. Please advise if you are equipped • with a polaroid camera. Reply to 30X C -1808 % Register-News. 1-15 WA¥f E¥"'-T 1 FEM ALE~i FOR GENERAL OFFICE WORK. Experienced in gener- j il bookkeeping and clerical work pre- i ferred. Send replies to Box C-810 % Register-News. 1-16 WANTED — Experienced claim representative w/college degree. Prefer of least two years; experience. National Bureau Company. Work out of Mt. Vernon, III. Office—242-2823. 1-15 8—RENT MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT — frailer space, private lot, ready for hook-up, with pallo. Call 242-4365 after 5 p.m. 1-17 FOR - RENT - — 1 bedroom ana 2 bedroom mobile homes, real nice. 244-3836 or 242-3178. tf 242-4018. I FCR SALE — '65 Ford wagon, 12,000 H ! miles, pewer steering, 289 motor. Capps end Warren Service Station, 10th and Forest. tf 13-A—HOUSE TRAILERS i FOR SALE — Easy terms; 3 bedroom . J house, newly paneled, w/w carpeting, j basement, gas heBt, east part. Possession I at once. Clyde Terrell 242-0879. tf I in loving memory of John Kovach who passed away 3 years ago Jan. 15th. What peaceful hours I once enjoyed. How sweet the memory still. But they have left an aching void, The world can never fill. Wife, ZELMA 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 wafer furnished, car'atet., private bath. 1120 Main. Phone 244-3836 — 242-3178. tf FOR SALE i-A—SITUATION WANTED WANTED ^~Baby Sitting for 2 small children, pre-school age, vicinity ol Ashley. Phone 485-2770. 1-17 WANTED — Baby Sitting in my home, block from Andy Hall School. Furnish references. Phone 244-3507. 1-17 WANTED — Teen-age girl desires baby sitting evenings and weekends. Robin Boldwyn 242-4439. 2-11 1 -B—BUSINESS OPPOJL ~ NEED MONEY FOR HOLIDAY BILLS? TUPPERWARE has openings now for full and part-time dealers. No investment Car needed. Free instructions. For private interview. Call 244-2160 or write Mary Lcffler, Mgr. 2011 Logan, Mt. Vernon, III. 1-18 START the New Year in a business of your own. Full or part time. For complete information write Box C-686 % Register-News. 1-16 SALES & MARKET DEVELOPMENT TRUE CAREER OPPORTUNITY for hard working, confident young man. Individual must speak good English and be eager to communicate with new business contacts. Position requires self reliance, initiative and a strong desire to make continued progress. Applicant must have high school diploma or better and be Interested In acquiring additional knowledge. Chosen individual can expect the following: Complete training program (formal and Informal) Salary Commission incentive plan Expenses Automobile Group Life Ins., Disability, Hospitalization No traveling Challenging endeavor Qualified applicants contact Mr. C. A. Polley for appointment: Call 242-4134 Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.—5:00 p.m. Saturday, 9:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. Do not call unless you wish to set • up a PERSONAL INTERVIEW. Hospital Service & Equipment Co. Division American Welding Supply Co. 2221 S. Tenth Street Mt. Vernon, lllinoii 1-17 9—SALE MISCELLANEOUS POTATOES POTATOES — Carload, $1.00 a bushel. Bring your container. Col. Pete's 3 miles North of Mt. Vernon, Highway 37. 1 -18 "MATERIALS Dacron knits, metallics. Ranger material suitable for slacks and shorts, pounds in wool double knit, while they last. Johnnie's Remnant Shop, 1029 Old Airport Road. 1-20 COL. PETE'S SPECIALS: Truckload of metal storage buildings, size 7'xl0' with floor S89 .00 each this week. This Is a savings of 60%, also painted building metal $6.40 per square. 3 miles North of Mt. Vernon, Highway 37. 1 -17 FOR SALE — 2 snow tires, nylon tubeless, 700x13, Phone 242-1577. 1-17 STOKERMATICS 'or sale, water pump system, 9mall Rat Terrier. Phone 2443869. 1-17 FOR SALE — 7' pool table, good condition. 242-1643. Don DeMent. 1-17 FIREPLACE WOOD For Sale. Cut to suit. $13.00 a ton, $7 .00 V» ton. Harry llbery 242-4966. 1 -20 FOR SALE — 30'x40' barn, concrete floor with four lots on South 7th Street next to railroad; also house at 910 Forest; 1 large air compressor, 6 h.p. gas. Phone 242-5705. 1-16 FOR SALE ~— Sea Salt. Call Benton 435-6811. 1 -16 FOR SALE — Several good trade in portable and console sewing machines. Singer Co., 726 Park Plaza. 1-15 GXs ~FURNACE ~7nsfallatlons7 Phone" 2424007 day or night. 1 -15 HAVE "YOU "tried the' only" reasonably priced, long life light bulbs? 39c. Egyptian, 817 So. 10th. 1-24 UT'HOLSTERTNG "mate r 'lai3 ~t»io"w~f urn7- ture 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. « OLD PAPERS 10c Bundle. Hegtster-Newa Business Office. tf FRESH EGGS delivered every Thursday. 522 N. 5th St. Phone 244-2281. tf rbS ~SALE — Largest stock of 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 electric shavers. 24 hour service. Most models. Clerk Jewelers, no North Ninth. tf FOR SALE— No hunting, no trespassing, for rent, for sale, apartment for rent signs. Register-News office. tf 9-A—HEATiNG ~a PLUMBTNG 2—WANTED TO BUY_ WANTED TO BUY — Good used gas furnace, 100,000 BTU or more. Phone 244-1967. 1-16 WANTED TO BUY — Large air compressor. 625-5640. 1-16 WANTED TO BUY — Used Spinet piano, good condition. Call 437-2947. 1-17 WANTED TO BUY — Good used kitchen cablnefs. Sections or whole units. 242- 4985. 1f WANTED" TO - BUY ' — Houses needing repair, also large house trailers, and small or large acreage near Mt. Vernon. Gale Knox. Dial 242-4985. tf WANTED — Paintlns, decorating and carpenter work. Phone 244-1464. It WANTE^TO'"BUY ~'OaitV'"heifers and teeaer calves. Raymond Lipe, Nokomis, III. Phone 217-563-2003. tf WANTED "io BUY from" owner." 50 to 100 acres of farm land. Phone 242-0042. H WANTED- To Buy used propdne tanks Phone 242-4359. Harper'* Protane Ser vice, Salem Road. tf 9-B—APPLIANCES FOR SALE — Good used Hot " Point electric range, new oven units, Bendlx electric ironer. 242-5825 or 244-1934. 1-15 FOR SALE — Like new copper tone refrigerator. Phone 244-3507. 1-15 VACU U vT ^C L E A N E RS _ —~ E LIECTR'O L UX — Newest carpet attachment with rotating brush. Rug washers, floor polishers. Sales and Service. Sterling Dodson, 242-6137. tf Inventory Reduction Sale We're reducing our Inventory! Over 25 new 1969 12-wlde Mobfe Homes to choose from! 12-wlde prices start at: $2795.00. 30 new 1969 Travel Trailers — prices $125.00 over cost. Our Mobile Home & Travel Trailer Parts Store hBS over $15,000 inventory of parts and accessories for Travel Trailers and Mobile Homes. Parts Store closed on Sundays. Open: 8 B .m. 'till 6 p.m. weekdays; 9 a.m. 'till 6 p.m. Saturdays; 1 p.m. 'till 6 p.m. Sundays. EDWARDS TRAILER SALES 7'j Miles North on Rt. 37 Marion 1-21 FOR SALE — 8'x45' mobile home, com- • Pletely modern, 1 "2 bedrooms, carpeted, new drapes. 342-4985. tf MOBILEHOME INSURANCE; Comprehensive, Mobilehome owners, personal effects, trip, liability, personal effects thelf. Broadest coverage. Fast, fair clBlm service, local and nationwide ad|ustors. Call us today for most reasonable ratos. Stewart Mobllchomos, Rt. 37, North 3 rr ilea. 242-0982. 2-1 MdBILEHOME">'ARTS - Electric boxes, sewer fittings, heat tapes, gas furnaces, water heaters, locks, gas furnace parts, Kool SeBl Roof Coating. Open daily 8:30 till 5:00. Sundays 1:00 till 5:00. Stewart Mobilehome Sales, Rt. 37, North 3 miles. Phone 242-0982. 2-1 19-A—FARMS FOR SALE 120 ACRES 3 miles South of Ashley, new all modern house, large barn and pond, immediate possession, priced low for quick sale at only $150.00 per acre. Nlblo & Nlblo, 311 '/2 E. Broadway, Centralia. Phone 532-0731. 1-15 FOR SALE — 60 acres good farm land, 2 mile, Bluford. People In The News 40 acres, 27 tillable, price only $4,900.00. all fenced, price . BASSINGBOURN. England (API—Prince Charles, who began flying last summer and has logged VWa hours in the air, made his first solo flight Tuesday in a small trainer aircraft 25 acres, close in, modern home, other | nQQ +f,,. n TTnrrlonr' buildings, fish stocked pond, only ! 0V 5^ °fff ln ^ n ? lanC ' . , $11,900.00 His father, Prince Philip, has flown more than 2,000 hours in United Farm Agency more than 40 tvnes of aircraft John Furby — Phone 244-3925 tf 1110 1 yl 5 aucrail. FARMS FOR SALE — Contact owner, j Burred G. Minor Rt. 7. Particulars and price when shown. Phone 755-4410. 1-21 SERVICES 13-B—TRUCKS grips 1-16 FOR SALE — '56 GMC % ton pick-up, new motor, new mud $300.00. 242-4722. FORSALE — iw" International - Scout, 4 wheel drive, 29,000 miles, a real buy only $1,295.00. Summers Dodge Inc., 12th and Waltonvllle Road. 1-17 FOR" SALE" — 1963 ~ "international "Me'tro- Mlte man high truck. Will sell for $275.00. Call 244-1075 or contact Jewel Home Shopping Service, Waltonvllle Rd„ Mt. Vernon. 1-17 13' TRUCK" Grain" bed "wi1h hoist" Including fold down stock rack, single hydraulic ram hoist, excellent condition, $500.00. May be seen at Endlcott Furniture at Woodlawn. 1-15 1964 DODGE 2 ton truck with 13' grain bed; also Eenterprlse saw mill with 16' carriage. 735-2885. 1-15 *0—SERVICES MISCEL. ROOM ADDITIONS, garage, carports, kitchens, bathrooms, furnace etc. Phone 244-3501 Gene Davis. 2-12 SMALL - HOUSEHOLD^Appliances repaired, work guaranteed, pick up and delivery. Call 242-3262. Bus Winkler. 1-17 and domestic refrig- Delbert Reaney. 2440538. 2-11 SEATTLE (AP)—Alvin Karpis, who was public enemy No. 1 in the 1930s as co-leader of the Karpis-Ma Barker gang, was paroled Tuesday from McNeil Island Federal Penitentiary after serving 32 years in prison. , "I can't, understand what all j this hoopla is about," said Karpis. now a thin white-haired i fits ! payroll deductions. During the campaign Nixon called for linking benefit increeses with the cost of living. . —Funds to build 500,000 i homes for needy families, with ! establishment of an urban de- J velopment bank to make low in! terest loans on such dwellings. —Reorganization and revitalization of the antipoverty program, continuing it "until we have broken tlie back of poverty in our land." —Implementation of the Fair Housing act. and extension of provisions of the Voting Rights Act. —A full 5300 million appropriation to carry out the Safe Streets Act and legisation to require the licensing and registration of firearms. —An increase in congressional salaries from the present $30,000 a year to $42,500. As forecast, Johnson also asked for continuance of the 10 per cent income surtax to permit the budget for the fiscal yep.r beginning July 1 to show a $3.4 billion surplus. The President said he and Nixon agreed that the tax ought to end as soon as possible. Nixon said in a statement that the tax should end "as soon as requirements for the war, the budget outlook and economic conditions will permit," and added: "However, until the new administration and the Congress can ascertain that the facts we face justify permitting the sur- , ~U 1 WASHER-DRYER 4 speed i eratton ser vice. REFRIGERATORS finished any color, work guaranteed. 4th house east Sum- mersvllle School. Lyle Ingram, 242-0277. 2-5 ROTO^ROOTER SERVICE" - — Sewer stopped up, runs slow, full of roots? Call 244-0475. 1-16 FOR FILTERED - ' ~Drink7ng ~Water~ "call Gary Sledge Water Service 244-O038, formerly Bob Paslev. 1-15 TRENCHING and 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 man, as reporters and photographers gathered around him. j tax to expire or to be reduced, I "I'm not any bods'. I never was j will support the President's anybody." j suggestion that the surcharge — ibe continued." Johnson's charter for Demo- electoral victory said he doesn't agree that the nation ought to; continue the policies and progress of the last five years. "We need a change," Thurmond said. "The people want a change and we expect to get a ; change." ! House Minority Leader Gcr- j aid R. Ford of Michigan said, that Johnson h?.d been "moderate and restrained in tone" and j said he hopes the Democrats, j indeed, will not seek narrow partisan advantage in the days ahead. Sen. Hugh Scott, R-Pa.. the senate minority whip, complained that Johnson "didn't tell us where to find the money" lo finance the programs lie proposed. White House rides made it clear that all of Johnson's proposals will go to Congress in the form of draft bills from the Budget Bureau, anct said it will be up to tlie Democratic majorities to determine that such programs as He?.d Start for under privileged preschool children are "here lo stay." Congress gave Johnson a good sendoff, with a lengthy standing ovation at his appearance in the House chamber rousing applause when he left with a backward glance at his wife and two daughters who stood tight-lipped in the gallery. It was an affectionate well for a man who first came to the Capitol 38 years ago as a House doorkeeper, and now had reached as tlie President said, the "time to leave." FREE GUITAR LESSONS with purchase of any guitar in our store. MT. VERNON STEREO MART 509 Main St. — 242-5245 Quick Relief from Pile Irritation 40 years ago a Buffalo druggist create* an ointment to relieve Itching and smarting of piles. It brought such quick, cooling, soothing, fame spread astingent relief that it) across the land makln* Peterson's Ointment a favorite in '£° u *i ands of homes. Ask your druggist 'raw for either o box or 95c applicator tutte Peterson's Ointment delights or money back. NEW YORK (API— Entertainer Barbra Streisand' has been named "Entertainer of the Year" by the Friars Club, tlie famous all-male theatrical or, ganization. She is the second I woman to be so chosen in the club's 65-year history. Dinah Shore received the honor in 1960. ALTERATIONS and tailoring and women. 242-4707. tor 1 4 —FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE — 1—1964 704D and 1 D-19-D both A-l condition. Ray Tlbbs Implement. 1-15 FOR SALE — 494A John Deere planter, 4 row front mounted cultivator for 4020 John Deere or 720, 210 corn head for 55 John Deere combine, all in good condition. Changing to 6 row; also good Selgier Oil Stove. 242-2677. 1-23 14-A—FARM SUPPLIES eratic action in Congress while the party is out of power at the White House drew Tavorable reaction from his party's leaders. House Majority Leader Carl Albert of Oklahoma called it a "forthright statement of both i the nation's problems and its as- 1 sets, its strengths and is weak- jness." |som FERGUS FALLS, Minn., Kennedy, newly-elected Dem- S °Tf I (AP)—Phil Kjaglien missed this ; ocratic whip of the Senate, said week's Kiwanis Club meeting. i there is "a heavy responsibility on the Senate "and tlie House to carry forward Democratic programs for the good of all Ameri- ROOFING SIDING INSULATION FREE ESTIMATES Aluminum storm Windows, Doors and Awnings. NEAL BROS. ROOFING CO. 421 Broadway DIAL 342-0805 ROY TAYLOR AUCTIONEER Phone 244-1909 Or Write Rt. 7, Mt. Vernon men tf TRASH and brush hauling. Ralph 244-2004 or 242-4037. Call after 4. CANE and Rush Chair Seats replaced. F G . Webb, Ashley Road. ?«4-i72i. « ; it was the first time he had RE'NTAU - EQU i PMETJT^F ! • polishers", j missed a meeting in 22 years small and large; Wallpaper steamer. Floor sander. Rug Shampooers, free with purchase of shampoo. Smith-Alsop Paint and Wallpaper Co., 910 Main St. Dial 1440-.36. tf NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS If you fail to receive your REGISTER-NEWS Call 24*0118 between the hours of 6:00 and 7:00 p.m. weekdays. Saturdays 3:30 to 1:30 p.m. A messenger your paper. will deliver and it was designated a meeting to present him with a perfect at- 1 cans." tendance award. Bright Timothy and Orchard Grass 60c bale. Oat straw SDe. 755-4782. 1-18 FOR SALE — Red Clover Seed. Phone 895-2309. Conard Edmison, Wayne City. 1-16 HAY 50c. — Clover 75c, straw SOc, Dial 437-2965. Fescue 1-15 4—WANTfcD MISCEL. WANTED — Rider to share expenses and driving to Fon Belvoir, Va. Leaving , Saturday. Call 242-2753. 1-16 ' WANTED — To room and board an elderly person or will care lor bed patient. Phone 244-0904. 1-15 ; WANTED — Ironings in my home. 735- j 2243. 1-17 CHILDREN CARE Lollpop Day Care Center—7;3o to 5:30 Monday thru Frl- : day, Marcella Elheridge. Phone 242-5978. 2^3 ' WANTED - Holiday specials. Chimney ; and foundation repairs. Also pest con- i trols. Reasonable rates. All work guar- i anteed. Phone 242-5376. tf j p RENT 5—APARTMENTS 9-G—BOATS ond MOTORS SEE the 1969 dependable Johnson Motors IVi to US '-.p.; aluminum and fiberglass fishing and ski boats, over 100 to choose from; used fishing and ski boats; clearance sale on all floor model Honda motorcycles. Low down payment. Layaway plan. Marine and motorcycle accessories. Honda of Mt. Vernon, 819 Jordan St. 2-7 9-E—TV and RADIO "' ~ FOR SALE — TV Towers new and used \v, also 1" self supporting. Nason Road. 279-4666. 2-10 COLOR TV giant screen, walnut cabinet, late model, repossessed, pick up payment of S3.83 per week. Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. Phone 244-0322. 1-17 FOR SALE — T.V. antenna towers, new various makes, models. Burgin's Radio and T. V„ 8th and Tolle Road. Dial 242. 2323. 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 tepalr- en. Hand SAWS filed. KEYS made, ! locks repaired. A. S. Hodge, *u South MAY FOR SALE - 7000 bales 70c up. j lath Street. tf fl t, B Ranch, Burrell G. Minor Rt. 7. i ---•„_•_- ^-- r ;>-L ;..;j; —• Phone 755-4410 \-?\ CONCRETE SEPTIC TAN|< for sale In_— . - -- stalled. Backhoe work and trenching. HAY — Red Clover stubble 50c. Dial 244- , Phone 244-2745. 1898 after 4:30,- also 1964 Chev. 6 cyl. engine and auto, trans, will guarantee, tf ATTENTION FARMERS -~Sele"Saie, 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., S65.90; 43 bu., S85.48; 95 bu„ SI 13.43. Cast bases, guaranteed 30 years such as 45 bo., S98.73 ; 63 bu., $104.66; 95 bu., 5133.18. Sheltops Farm Supply Co., Sesser 625-2621. If 15—LIVESTOCK LONDON (AP) — Reita Faria, who interrupted her medical studies to become Miss World, says she has failed her qualifying examination as a doctor. But she refused to blame 1he Sen. Alan Bible, D-Nev., said; Johnson had charted "a progressive course for his na-; tion," but added that he didn't; agree with continuance of tlie I surtax and some other proposals. Muskie, the 1986 Democratic j vice presidential candidate, said' that Johnson had made an hon -i 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 "ballyhoo" that surrounaed her [ World title in 1966. , Fine Spcech _ Dirk! . en Some Republicans were com- FOR SALE — 10 Spotted Poland gilts, bred to farrow 1st of April. Sell 1 or all; also 3 Spotted Poland boars. Geo. Mare 244-3768. 1-15 FOR SALE — Hereford white face bull, seven months' old. Julian Chesnek. Phone 735-2441 Woodlawn, III. 1-15 FOR SALE™— _ Mal "eTogs""j4o766rBT & B Ranch, Burrell G. Minor, Rt. 7. Phone 755-4410, 1-21 CA by RP r!uR^ UE ^ the exam last week at the LOCATION, 'flower fresh' method recommended by PARENTS MAGAZINE. In an interview, Miss Fana said: "It would be far too easy, ,. * ,. . f„:i,,„„ oil i plimentarv; others were not. hat ^Vris tot I jus!' S-te^ority Leader Ever- didn't work hard enough." , ctt M. Dirksen of Illinois, who The 22-year-old Indian beauty j ha f, ^ chummy with Johnson, ^ «,„ L,n, lac-f „««i, nt thr. called it a fine speech and add- RED WING SHOES SIZES 6-16, AA-EEEE WEBB'S SHOE SERVICE 1013 Broadway ARE YOU WILLING TO BET THAT YOUR HOUSE WON'T BURN DOWN?? That's what you are saying if you don't have any, or enough tire insurance on your home! LELAN CARR Wal'ville Rd. Mt. Vernon Ph. 244-038T( Phone 242-1814. 2-7 TACK DOWN carpeting, upholstered furniture, modern equipment. Nu-Way Cleaners. Dial 244-0075, 18th and Perkins l» j Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. Now she plans to take a vacation before resuming her studies and trying the examination again. EXPERT CLEANERS on rugs, w/w carpets, upholstered furniture, floors. Latest modern equipment. Jack's Home Cleaning Service. 242-2241. tf ed that beyond that "I'm inarticulate." Sen. Edward W. Brooke, R- 1 Mass.. only Negro member of j the Senate, saluted Johnson "for urging Congress to give tlie Nix- 16—PETS ond SUPPLIES FOR SALE — Registered German Shep- i herd puppies 7 weeks old. Call 534- I 6580. 1-16 FOR SALE — A.K.C. registered German Shepherd puppies, 1 black hide-a-bed and chair. Call 242-4045. M8 MINIATURE Schnauiers, Wires, Dachshunds, Poodles, Scotties, Australian Terriers, Beagles, some grown dogs. Jerl-Ellen Kennels, 242-0880 tf 21 .B—AUTO PARTS & SERV | BATTERIES - used 6 V, S4.95 exchange, j 12 V. S6.9S exchange. Guaranteed 12 I months. Stan The Tire Man. Dial 242- I I 6400. tf | 21-E—RADIO & TV SERVICE T.V, SERVICE — Conscienious, work guaranteed. One of the oldest in town. Burgins, 8th St. and Tolle Road. Dial 242-2323. tf 22—LOST tf i carpet on two rooms, gae hot water - ! heat, closed in front porch, garage and FO>" S«LE - T.V . omrtino «we.s, new { other out buildings on 2 acres '.1 mile various makes, models. Burgin's Radio | west Woodlawn. Phone 735-2422 after 5 LOST — Dark brown male half German : Shepherd, tan legs, weighs 65 lbs., i answers to "Joe", vicinity of Jr. High. 244-1218. 1-1« LOST — Male Pekingese. Child's pet. FOR SALE — Modern 4 room home w/w i Answers to "Mr. Motto or Moth/". Vicinity of 1007 Pace. Reward. Call days SUE KIRKPATRICK Will Return To MR. KIRK'S BEAUTY SALON Starting January 21 3 Days Per Week—Tuesday, Thursday and Friday CALL FOR APPOINTMENT 244-2839 Are You This WANTED MAN? If you are interested in selling and want a dignified, respected station in life — want to earn from $12,000 to $15,000 or more annually — want a connection where you have definite territory protection and are assured cooperation from the home office — it's Murphys. You will qualify for n high commission rate — plus bonus and extra incentives. You get all of this — and more — through selling the tremendous 80th line which comprises art and specialized calendars, greetings, b-.illnoints, pencils, book matches, gift leather and timely specialties. The line is terrific — strictly new, elaborate, and exclusive. Men and women associated with us hit another all time high in 1968. Ths is a lucrative, fast growing, dignified business with unlimited earnings and future security. We furnish everything — no investment required. Now is the ideal time to enter this field of interesting and lucrative business. Act quickly. Outline experience. Write Malcolm Lomas, Chairman of Board, THE THOS. D. MURPHY CO., RED OAK, IOWA—51566. 19—REAL ESTATE and T. 2323. v., 8th and roiic Road Dial 242- | pm. 10—HOUSEHOLD «OODS FOR SALE — Bed, vanity and bench, cheap. 220 S. 18th St. after 4 p.m. )-15 1 OA—SEWING MACHINES SINGER Portable sewTng machines $«.95. Singer Co., 726 Park Plaza, 1-15 FOR SALE — Montgomery Ward console sowing machine J14.95. Singer Co., 726 Park Plaza. 1-15 — FOR SALE — 4 room, Phone 242-3395. 1-18 modern house. 1-18 1-15 160 acres; 2 miles north Woodlawn on Highway Interchange $250.00 per acre or S350.00 per acre with beautiful 3 bedroom, electric heated home. 10 room house, 6 land in Belle Rive. lots with 3 acres 110 North 4th Street: A reasonably ' priced well located 6 room home with I extra large living room; dining room; i 2 bedrooms, attached garage; nice full 1 basement, and all city utilities. FOR RENT — Furnished 3 room modern Apt. 3 walk in closets, TV antenna. 2231 Broadway. Phone 242-2019. 1-16 FOR RENT — 3 bedroom unfurnished apartment, basement, heat and water included. 242-5279. 1-20 FOR RENT — rurnTShed Apartment. Private both, entrance, downtown location. Phone 732-8440. tf FOR RENT — 3 room, all modern, furnished apartment. 2nd floor, gas heat. Phone 244-0983. tf 10-B—MUS[C WANTED — Guitar, electric bass, and ' ukulele' pupils. Private lessons given. ! Saturday and cveninq time available. | . ^ ,, . Can 244-3493 for ^appointment. tf ] «rn, gas heat, carpeted living room end GuTrAR Lessons by appointment at our i store. Mt. Vernon Stereo Mart, 509 1 Main St. 242-5245. tf Markham City: 2'' 3 lots; 4 rooms mod- nine large shade trees, large front and back porch. Bargain. 242-6307 or 244-1187 evenings. 27_CAR LICENSE LICENSE - FAST SERVICE - License I or^-red Monday thru Saturday will have on Tuesday. Variety Store, 1015 S. 10th. B. Brumbaugh Jr. Notary Public. 1 tl ! FAST CAR and TRUCK LICENSE. Tittles Sporting Goods, 1512 S. 10th; S & W I Motors, 1101 Salem Road; Wilson Shell '• Station, 300 S. 10th; Charlie Cook, 704 S. 22nd. Home application. Gale Knox 242- ; 4983. Wanted Springfield rides on Tues- 1 da/. tf ! FAST License Service. Stewart Mobile- homes 242-0982. 2-1 ! 28—INCOME TAX FOR RENT - DeLuxe Apartment., furnished. Call 242-1524 — 242-3178. tf NEWwTfUTnlshed 1 bedroom and furnished studio Apts. All electric, air conditioned, carpets, drapes. 242-4390. tf EFFICTENCY ApfsfEverythlng furnished, $30.00 per week and up. Phone , 242-537S. M , 6 —HOMES FURNISHED 2 bedroom home newly decorated, gas heat, rugs, drapes, bunk beds, large bed, white bedroom suite, frostless refrigerator, bullt-ln kitchen, new living room suite, no utilities furnished, no pels. 12th, Waltonvllle Road, 242-5581. 1-H FOR RENT — 5 room~furnlshed, suburban home, 2 bedrooms. Phone 2423595.. 1-15 FOR RENT — Furnished 3 bedroom home, all modern, w/w carpet, 1 acre, i miles west 460. 242-4985. tf FOR SALE — Bass guitar, $45.00. Call 242-5824 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. tf 11—PLANTS and SEEDS ~ HAVE ALL KINDS Of field seeds for sale. All state tested. Will sell cheap. R. E. Burkeff, 3 miles south of Orchardville. Phone 898-2380. 1-25 V2^CZAPPLES "YE'OLE MARKET, 1507 S. I01h.~ ~ Tree ripened Southern Illinois apples. Red and Goldren Delicious; old time Wine Sap and Jonathans; also sorghum and a large selection of nuts, 2-11 13—AUTOTnOflVES '64 CADILLAC Fleetwood," all extras', fully equipped, good condition. Phone 244-1695. 1-21 FOR SALE"—" 1965 ChevrolS^mpal8"'V-8 2 dr. automatic transmission, heater, radio. 242-3005 after 5 p.m. 1-17 1964 CHEVRC ^T^el^BTr ^^0Or71pow7r steering and brakes, air conditioning, 34,000 miles, like new condition. $1,695.00, Summers Dodge Inc., 12th and Walton­ vllle Road. 1-17 1967 - DODGE POLARO. fake overpayments. 244-1628. 1-16 FOR A Better Deal on a Good Used CBr see Moore Motors, 412 Broadway. tf Commercial property at 1305 Salem Road wlfh large highway front. Two modern brick buildings for small-to-average sired businesses. All concrete drives. God investment or good business location. No. 3 Elm Circle Drive: 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms, carpeted, air conditioning, redecorated and reasonably priced. Immediate possession. 120 N. 32nd St.: A 5 room, 3 bedroom home with new gas furnace, gas heat, well insulated walls and celling, excellently located. 1513 North 17th Street: 3 acre home near Homestead Golf Course. 7 rooms and 3 bedrooms; gas heat and hot v/ater, reasonable taxes, well located and good building lots available. INCOME TAX RETURNS filed. Lincoln , Heritage Tax Service. Rosemary Reaney i Tax practitioner. Phone 244-0538. 4-15 j 30—SPECIAl~NbflCE~~ S THE HUMPTY DUMPTY Nursery School i will have 2 openings for cam of chil- I dren, available Jan. 27, 1969. Phone 242- | 0834. Anna Ruth Scherer. 1-17 I WOLVERINE Logger "Boots, - work~shoes j and outdoor boots. Gene Cox Western Wear and TROPHY sales, 1611 S. 10th. f j CARD OF THANKS 914 S, carpeted building, 24th: Corner livino room, reasonable. lot, nice home, attached store The family of Dewey Shields would 1 like to take this opportunity to express their heartfelt thanks to all those who helped in any way in our time of bereavement. Again we say thanks and may God bless you. THE FAMILY OF DEWEY SHIELDS. I wish to thank Dr. Gene and the f nurses, also my relatives and friends | for all they did for me while I was In 1 the hospital; also thank the Bank of llli- ) nols for the Register-News they sent us ; ] while in the hospital, although words • I cannot express all this has meant to me, ! I HUEY RUTH OUTLAND 420 S. 22nd Street: 4 rooms, 2 bedroom home that's real nice, excellent for couple. Gas heat, bath, garage. BURKETT'S REALTY 106 "2 N. 5th St. Office 242-2860 C. N. CBrpenter: 244-0188 L. L. Burkett: 242-4006 1-17 I We sincerely thank all of our good friends, relatives and neighbors, the entire staff at Jefferson Memorial Hospital, Rev. end Mrs. Berlin Scarbrough and Bill and Norma Johnston of the Ina ! Funeral Home for every act of kindness rendered during the recent Illness and deafh of our dear wife, mother and grandmother. : THE FAMILY OF MINNIE RANDALL SERVICE SPECIAL AT BREHM-HANNA CHEVROLET FRONT END ALIGNMENT Scientific adjustment to reduce vibration and tire wear. Includes •teering adjustment, toe-end adjustment, caster and camber adjustment. Inspection of tires and front wheel bearings, plus road test alter service. SPECIAL PRICK _ CHECK OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY Farts Extra 13Y8 Saiem Road Phont 244-3120 Our Greatest Profit Customer Satisfaction Open I Evenings

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