Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on September 20, 1952 · Page 7
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i0 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1952 THE RE(I*TER-NEWS — MT VFRNON, riLINOlS '3, 0 Weaklier By Aisoelntcd Prm There was a touch of autumn in the air from Iho Rocl<ies through the Mississippi Valley to the Atlantic Coast torlay. Temperatures riroppod into the .''JO'S from Northern Illinois and Wisconsin to the r')akotas. It was near freezing in some areas. Chicago, clear Cincinnati, partly dourly .. Cleveland, partly cloudy .... Detroit, clear Indianapolis, clear Memphis, partly cloudy .... Milwaukee, clear Dos Moines, partly cloudy Kansas City, rain Mpls.-St. Paul partly cldy Omaha, partly cloudy .... St. Louis, partly cloudy .... Atlanta partly cloudy Boston, clear* Miami, cloudy New York, partly cloudy Fort Worth, partly cloudy Now Orleans, cloudy Denver, cloudy Itclena, clear Phoeni.x, partly cluody .... Los Angeles, partly cloudy San Francisco, partly cldy Seattle, clear TEMPERATURES ILLINOIS TE.MFERATURES Rockford liri 40 Moline 67 41 Peoria 68 43 Quincv 70 50 Rantoul 70 47 Springfield 72 47 Vandalia 72 45 Scott Field 74 52 Ml. Vernon 75 49 66 45 69 45 66 48 67 47 69 45 77 58 62 44 66 51 72 52 60 40 56 53 75 51 84 66 80 63 90 74 79 64 96 73 80 74 88 52 73 40 90 76 82 65 67 53 76 56 LEGAL NOTICE PUBLICATION fsOTIOE State of Illinois ) )ss. County of Jefferson ) In the Circuit Court of Jefferson County. Illinois. M. Newton Brown, et al.. Plaintiffs, vs. John W. Barber, el al , Defendants. In Chancery, Complaint to Quiet Title. Docket No. 52-2134 You, Aline Barber, Unknown heirs or devisees of Aline Barber, Unknown Heirs and devisees of Benjamin P. Maxfield, and Un- krfown Ou'ners of: That part of tlie Southeast Quarter (SE'4) of the Northwest Quarter (NWi ;l) of Section Fourteen (14). Township One (1) South, Range Two (2) East of the Third Principal Meridian, Jeffer.son County, Illinois, lying South of the Southern Railroad Right-of-Way and the South Thirty (30) Acres off of the South End of the Southwest Quarter (SW',.l) of the Northwest Quarter (NVVi) of Section Fourteen (14), Township One (1) South, Range Two (2) East of the Third Principal Meridian, Jefferson County, Illinois, defendants will take notice that on the 11th day of September, A. D., 1952, a complaint in Chancery to Quiet Title of the above described real estate was filed against you in the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois, to be held in Mt. Vernon, Illinois, in said County; to the Complaint you must make your answer or otherwise make your appearance on or before the 20th day of October, A. D., 1952, the return day, default will be entered against you. HARLEY V. WARREN, Circuit Clerk of the (Seal) County of Jefferson and State of Illinois. ALVTN LACY WILLIAMS, Attorney for Plaintiffs, 649-651 John B. Rogers Building, Mount Vernon, Illinois. 9-27 Costs Only $300 To Make Pilotless Plane 'Conversion By Atioelattd Prtsi WASHINGTON—The Navy today sees in its "pilotless suicide planes" a possible .WOO answer to low-level bombing, a special problem that has been costly in lives in Korea. That .?300 is the approximate cost given by a Navy representative for converting a $60,000 obsolete plane—of which the Navy has thousands in mothballs—into a needed weapon in the mountainous terrain of Korea. This, several Navy representatives said in interview, is the reason for Navy enthusiasm over the latest news in air warfare •— Navy robot planes, equipped with television eyes and a 2,000 pound bomb, which dived onto North Korean targets. But Rear Adm. John H. Sides, director of guided missiles, cautioned against talk about "the push-button age in warfare" being here. Used In World War 2 The Air Force said in reply to a query that expendable "war- weary" B17s and B24s, loaded with 18,500 pounds of high explosives, were used as pilotless guided missiles on five combat missions during World War II. Navy representatives explained that the type of fighting in the mountains of Korea means that planes have to fly low to find and strike enemy targets in the valleys. That brings the planes within close range of enemy anti-aircraft fire and the Navy admits this has been effective. Navy spokesmen now describe the converted Grumman Hellcat fighter, such as was catapulted Sept. 1 from the aircraft carrier Boxer, as so efficient that it can be directed into a railway tunnel. They said this was done with one of the pilotless craft. Rohot Went ISO Miles The Hellcat used in the first combat test lambasted a target 150 miles from the carrier. But Navy representatives said its television-guided robots would have a range of about 900 miles—and need not be within sight of a remote control "mother" plane. At Pearl Harbor, the commander of the carrier task force which launched the first robot attack on North Korea hinted the explosion might have been seen in Soviet Russian territorj'. • FIREBALLS • COAL • SAND • STONE • ROCK Gerald Metcolf, Owner CARNIVAL By Dick Turner Copf. 1952 br NCA S«rv««. Inc. ^•Why, »o, ma'am. I wouldn't call him a bottle baby! He 0 »ts Mt food out of a can, same as everybody eJse in the , family!" j AUTOMOTIVE HINT There is a tendency on the part of many motorists to use a heavier oil than is recommended for their cars. Any small saving it may effect in consumption is more than offset by greater starting difficulties and waste of gasoline, due to higher friction loss in the engine. TWICE THANKSGIVING When November has five Thursdays, two Thanksgiving days are celebrated in the United States, unless some slates change statutory provisions fixing the date of observance. The last Thursday is marked for the celebration by most states, but a few name the fourth Thursday for the event. JULIA E. RUTHERFORD REALTOR 1011 Main St. Phone 400 or 48 < Room bungalow on South 12th street—modern except heat, built-in cabinets, garage. A barg;ain for quick sale—immediate possession. $500 Cash, balance like rent, buys 5 room modern house, southwest, corner lot, basement, furnace, double e^ragt. Real bargain for quick sale. $500 Cash, balance like rent, buys new 4 room modern bungalow north part; hardwood floors, built in bath and cabinets, iminediata possession, 8 Room modern duplex, close In, corner lot, 2 baths, stoker and blower —Bargain If sold at once. BEN E. SMITH - Tel. 1744 - 315 S. 10th St. V. H. QUIGLEY, Salesman 6 Room home, modern; basement, furnace, stoker, double garage, corner lot—$500 dowjn, balance like rent—total price $5000. 5 Room modern, built in bath and kitchen, furnace; house is insulated and has attic fan, Located on 3 full lots. Priced at only $5500. 4 Room house, i\i acres of good ground. Located in Bonnie—only $2000. 4 Room, close to city park; city water, bath—only $100 down and $30 per month. 2 Rooms, north part—$50 down and $10 per month. 8 Room, modern except heat. Located on east Casey—$300 down and $35 per month. Total price $3,500. 5 Room modern home, l<< mite from town. This home has everything on 7 ',2 acres of good ground. Priced very low. 4 Room new home in Meadowbrook—already financed. WE IVILL BUI YOUR EQUITY BRYANT Gas Hcqtina OLEN EATER HeatinK & Sheet Metal Works - INSURANCE - For assurance of friendly, understanding and dependable service and helpful fleldman— SEE OR C.4LL W. W. (BILL) COLVIN 701 Casey, Mt. Vernon, Illinois Phone 2147 **l can give you TRIPLE PROTECTION with STATE FARM insurance See or Call Ql!^ JACK WILLIAMSON 306 N. nh St. — Phone 3077 BRING YOUR SAVINGS UP-TO-DATE Times Have Changed . . . Costs havt increased but so has income increased. Have you increased your savings in proportion? We have the up-to-date facilities to give you the prompt, accurate, and friendly service for your savings. The safety of your savings jias also been increased. Each account is now insured for safety up to $10,000.00 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corpora­ tion. Increase the savings you have now and get up-to-date. We invite all new accounts in any omeunt. It's easier to keep up than to catch up with the changing times. 1005 Broodway Phone 2044 GUY A. WOOD, President PICTURE TAKEN IN MT.V. IS PRINTED IN ENGLAND A picture taken in Mt. Vernon this spring has been printed in a magazine in FJngland. The phntn, taken by Cliff Karch at Sutton 's Hatchery, north of the city, sliows Joe Sutton and Gooffrpy .S>kcs. of England, chatting in the big broiler house, surrounded by chicks. Sykos wa.s'in Mt. Vernon on a tour of midwGstern America to study poultry raising methods in this countrj'. The picture was printed in The Rogi.ster-Ncvvs and a copy was given to Mr. Sykes. On his return to England he wrote an illustrated article for the English magazine. Farmer and Stock-Breeder incorporating his findings on poultry raising in America, The Mt. Vernon picture, and other illustrations, accompanied the article. Sykes plans to add raising of broiler chickens to his farm work in England. Used Car for Sale By Associated Press STUTTGART, Germany — One of Hermann Goering's supercharged automobiles was offered for sale here today for 19,000 marks f.$4,700). The eight cylinder limousine with bullet-proof windows was specially designed for the No. 2 Nazi in 1941. RED PRISONERS RIOT By Associated Press PUSAN, Korea — The Allied prisoner of war command Friday said 23 Communist civilian prisoners wore injured, two seriously when U. S. military police broke up a demonstration Wednesday at Pongam in South Korea. Optometrists To Hold Meeting Sunday, Monday The Illinois Optometric Association will hold a two-day educational meeting -t the Abraham Lincoln Hotel in Springfield on Sunday and Monday. The meeting is sponsored by the downs tate societies. Dr. J, William Dycus of Mt. Vernon is president of the Southern Illinois Optometric Society. Dr. H. E. Lang, president of the Illinois Association will deliver the welcome address at the opening session. Some of the outstanding Illinois educators will conduct seminars during the sessions, which will also include golfing during the afternoons and a banquet for members and the ladies auxiliaries on Monday evening. ' Dr. E. C. Ebeling, O. D., of St. Louis will be principal speaker for the banquet. Other speakers for the sessions will include Dr. Henry H. Hofstetter directory of optometry at Indiana University; George N. Jessen, O. D., of the American Vision Center in Chicago; Richard Tennant of the Chicago College of Optometry; Harley G. McCormack, I. O. A.; and Hewey Tweedy, of the driver's license section of the Illinois State Police. Dr. and Mrs. Dycus and Dr. and Mrs. William A. Grant are planning to attend. ONXT $14,000 buys one of Mt. Vernon's finer 7 room, 8 bedroom, homes, exactly suited to a large family. On large landscaped lot near Junior High and Field schools; lovely carpeting throughout, including closets— IV2 balhs, large garage. Immediate occupancy. New 3 bedroom brick with full basement. Neighborhood of new homes In west part—$12,500, . 30 Acres, % mile off Route 148, close in; 7 room house, barn, pond— $6,300. i bedroom house in Summersville school district; city water, bath, built in cabinets, small down payment—$6000, 829 Main Ph. 2420 RECIL G. ^J ^R. LeBEN MURPHY < GARRISON REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Beautiful 6 room ultra modern brick ranch style; fireplace, carpeted built in kitchen, garbage disposal, 1% built in baths, utility room, radiant heat, breezeway, garage, large lot. A real buy at $16,500. The "Knowles" 20 acres, 3 room home, garage, east. Only $3500. Good 5 room modern home— garage, outbuildings, northeast corner, 7 th and Herbert. Prices to sell. 5 rooms, garage, % acres—Oak Grove Addition. New 6 room ultra modern ranch style home; stone and brick veneer, garage—Hillcrest Drive. New 6 room modern brick ranch style, fireplace, breezeway, garage, near Summersville school. 6 room modern bungalow, basement, stoker, garage—north Attractive 5 rooms, modern basement, stoker, garage, 602 south 21st street. Bargain. 100 Acres, vacant land, 300 feel off highway—$60 an acre. 6 rooms, modern, basement, stoker, garage, 517 south 22nd St. Almost new 4 roam modern; gas heat, garage, Brownsville Rd. 3 rooms, 1608 south 13th St. 3 Rooms, 2 outbuildings; one acre Liberty Road. New 5 room modern brick, basement, stoker, 603 south 16th St. 4 Rooms, bath, garage, corner lot—1201 south 23rd street. 5 RAoms, modern, garage, 1001 south 23rd street—bargain. 7 Rooms, modern, store building plus 3 room cottage—15th street. Fine 5 rooms, double garage, 3 acres—Waltonville Road. 5 Room modern ranch style— 705 south 2gth street—terms. 5 Rooms, modern, close in north. Already GI financed. 4 Rooms, 5 acres, in Bakerville. ' 6 Rooms, modern, basement, stoker, garage—911 Taylor Ave. 5 Rooms, bath, plus 3 room cottage—1407 ^Vhite street. 5 Rooms, modern, basement— 2707 Cherry street—terms. 5 Rooms, water heater. 1003 Gilbert street—only $4200. New 5 rooms, bath, garage—1316 south 25th street. . 60 Acres, fine 5 room modern home, barn, outbuildings, good fencing, 1 mile east' Bakerville. 4 Rooms, garage, partially furnished, north—$650 down. 5 Rooms, bath, basement, garage —230 Opdyke Ave. Beautiful 5 rooms, modern, basement, stoker, corner lot—700 south 23rd street. New 6 room ultra modern ranch st.vie, garage, east. New 6 room modern ranch style, garage—Waltonville road. WILLIAMS & RICHARDSON REALTOR SALESMAN CARL V. WILLIAMS, Salesman RUBY LEMAY, Saleslady 315 South 10th StTeet—Room B—Phone* 251-765 Hear Our Radio Proiyram Each Sunday at 12:00 Noon-.Statlon WMIX Taft to Speak In North Illinois By Assecialid Priif CmCAGO — Sen. Robert Taft of Ohio will make speeches in seven Northeastern Illinois cities Oct. 7 in behalf of Dwight D. Eisen- bower. Republican pmt^«hj nominee. Announcement of the onf-U.,. auto tour, arranged by Sen. Dlrl^ sen (R-IU.l, was mndr Friday. Taft's schedule tor the dnj^ speeches at Elmhurst. 9 a. mi NapervUle. 10:30 a. m.; Gcne'W, ElRin, 12:15 p. m.; D-ystal L«ke, 2-.30 p. m.; Evanston, '\ p. m.;- im Zlon aty, 8 p. m, ' DRIVE THROUGH WESTERN GARDENS THIS WEEK END Enter the Prize Contest Plats and Instructions Available In the Subdivision At Cherry and 32nd Streets SUNDAY AFTERNOON 2 TO 5 P.M. ^ REAL ESTATE 1t12 MAI* - PHONE 372 Mil f ^Jk'<^^— L-:^'V" CITY HOMES |)^S ^tE§ij£{V^lBUSJWESS LEASES " GetLoi, GaxL^ " TENTH & HARRISON — Phon« 4380 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 'FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" Pfcone 4380 Ttie "Snodsmith" home located at 520 S. 20th street; S. room all modrrn brick home; hardwood floors, built in cabinets, built in bath, large basement, g:arag:e. A home with every modern convenience. Close to Junior High school and Fields school. Priced to sell. Beautiful 6 room modern home, west side location, 3 bedrooms, hard* wood floors, built in cabinets, built in bath, insulated, garbage dia> posal, Venetian shades, nicely decorated inside, plenty of closets, nice basement, Sunbeam furnace, blower. Only $1500 down, balance in Gl loan. A real bargain. Corner lot, fenced In baclc yard, garage. 5 Room alt modern home, west part; Ituement, furnace. Imniediata possession —only $6500. The "Holt" property close in North 9th street, consisting of 6 rooms and 1 bath downstairs, 6 rooma and 2 baths upstairs, third floor has 5 rooms, basement with bath. A good investment property. 6 room all modern home, 3 bedrooms, fine location Salem Road, close to Lincoln school, 2 full baths, basement, furnace—terma. $500 down, balance like rent buys 4 room home, modern except heat. 1811 Stanley, full lot— a real barfain. 5 room all modern home. No. 1 Lyons Court, built in cabinets, built in bath, basement, oil furnace, carpet—immediate possession. A wonderful location close in north. Beautiful 6 room modern brick ranch home, S bedrooms, built in cabinets, built in bath, large lot, double garage, fine location north—immediate possession. $500 down, balance like rent buys new 3 bedroom home, oil heat, built in bath, built in cabinets—a beautiful home. Fine west side location. $500 down, balance' like rent buys S room efficiency modern bungalow, on West Broadway. GI loan can be obtained on balance. $500 down, balance can be obtained in Gl loan buys 5 room af- ficlency bungalow, modern except heat, hardwood floors, full Jet. Only $4950—immediate possession. Priced to sell. $1000 dowii, balance like rent buys 6 room modern brick raneli home, 3 bedrooms, norm part, Immediate possession, 'urdwoed floors, built in cabinets, built in bath, basement, automatic hcai $1000 down, balance like rent buys 3 unit apartment building, cloM in, consisting of 2-3 room furnished apartments, 1-6 room apartment, automatic heat, nice basement, garage. 120 Acres, 4 room house, full basement, electricity, barn, chJekM house, plenty of water, ground has been limed, M oil rights, 4 miles north of Dalilg:ren, Illinois. Reasonably priced. S Acres, 5 room house, 3 bedrooms, full basement, furnace, bardwofli floors, built in cabinets, chicken bouse, near Bethel school, ScluMl bus come by house. A good small farm with food improvcmmla^ Beautiful 5 room modern ranch type hooie, large living room mil fireplace, hardwood floors, built in birch cablneta, built in imtk, electric hot water heaUr, insulated, living room and dlnlnf r«Ma carpeted, nice landscaping, carag* with eoncrete driTemijr,. A wonderful home. Piwm 4380 Consult a Rtol Ettofs Speeielist who knowi and wll« hoi hod over twenty year* of luceouful MfMrlifnet* Wl> will mako you o CASH OFFER for your liei?|» wftfWil

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