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10 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, fLLINOIS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1966 _ _ ron CLil ^S ^lFIED ADS PHOIVE 242 -0117 CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE IN BY 9:00 A.M. TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION SAME DAY 1—MALE AND FEMALE FOR RENT—Modtrn 5 room Ixwsc, west location, adults only. $4J moolti. 24J- 1405. V-U 10-A—SEWING MACHINES 1 14~FARM EQUIPMENT TELEVISION SERViCEViAN-Good on blade and white and color. $3.50 per liour—fringe benefits—steady employment —bonus—will pay movlna expenses. Phone 429-5474 collect—ask for Jerry. BAYL6SS TV and APPLIANCE, INC., 802 E. Wood, Cecatur, Illinois. 11-18 TRUCK DRIVER with Class E. license' I Courtney Warehouse Company, 1204 S. . Tenth Street. 11-16 WANTED—Man to service vending ma-' chines, 3 dayi • week for Interview, i >Phona 342-2514. 11-12 ' i FOR RENT-J bedroom modem home, , llvino room carpeted, dishwasher,, West Salem district, tlOO.OO. 242-4196 or. 242-6275. 11-12 , FOR RENT—2 bedroom house 119 N. 11th St., stoKer heat, $55.00. Call 242-; 1445 after 5:00 p.m. tf FOR SALE—Singer Sewing machine, automatic ilgzag, decorative stitches, buttonholes, and bllndhem. Reliable party may assume 9 payments of $5.80 each. Write Retail Credit Manager, Dept. 2, P. O. Box 128, J8Cl (S0nvmc, III. 42650. IMS lO-B—MUSIC CORN PICKERS-I row Wood Bros.; 2 row Massey self propelled, only $275.00; AIIls mounted for W. D.; New Idea : mounted for M, AUIs mounted for W.C. I Broyles Implement Co. 11-15 •WANTED—Baby sitter, evenings. May ^. «tay In. Phone 244-2011. 1M2 iOUPLE, without Children, to worlc at | non-sectarian home for teenage boys. | Wife to cook, husband for maintenance, | -driving, knowledge of carpentry or; ^rmlng helpful. Receive room, board, • »alary $4,200, social security. Write Mr. I -^/s..David Gray, Buffalo, Illinois. 1M4' 7—RUOJV\5 FOR RENT—5 room house, modem, 70S N. 12th, excellent condition. Adults: only. Mrs. Jack Casey, 242-2301. 11-12 | FOR RENT—Modern country home. Gas | heal, hot water. Phone 735-2435. ft. FOR RENT—4 acres, 4 room house and' outbuildings $35 month. 4 room hous«;' and garage $30 month, 17th and North street. 242-4985. tf LIKE NEW snare drum outfit, with case $32.50. New Kay guitar, with case $35.00. 242-2833 or 242-6027. 11-12 HfM/,-rSD ORGANS and Hammond piano*. Full line Franchlsed Dealer serving Southern llllnoli. Hammond Organ Studios of Benton, III., 7 blocks north, a block! west, Benton Public Squart. W FOR SALE—Corn head for 101 Int. combine; com head for Int. 15! combine. Howard Clifton, 244-3945. 11-15 ; FOR SALE—1 grain elevator 18"x48' with ! gas motor; 1 J. D. side delivery rake I 1 IHC manure spreader No. 100; 3 feed i bunks, set on pipe frame; G.M.C. model ; truck pick up, stock racks. See Homer Buchanan. Phone 895-2531, Wayne City, IIL 62895 zip. 11-12 FOR RENT—Modern four room house, stoker heat, 709A Salem Rd. J44^M0O or 244-1197. tf. 11MPLANTS AND SEEDS FOR SALE—Ear corn. DIM 732-3951, Lee Dofloho, R. 1, Bluford. 11-14 FOR RENT—Modern homes In west part; ; 2 bedrooms $85; 3 bedrooms tllO and ; up. Jamison Real Estate. tf 12-C—APPLES FOR SALE—16 Hampshire weaning pigs. Howard Brown. Phone 244-1326. 11-12 1-MASSEY-HARRIS 90 rice special combine with 14 ft. grain head and 2 row corn head; 1-hwo row mounted corn picker for Case tractor. Holdren Construction Co. Phone 242-4299. 11-15 LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER -• OR SALESMEN NEEDED. If un- fltcensed, we will train. Your own full ilme buslneit In real estate right In; 'your own area. Training and Instruction, 4lven In all phases of our operation from ' ifart to success. All advertising signs,,' Hforms, various supplies are furnished. ' 4.oeal and tri-state advertising brings buyen from everywhere. Excellent op-; portunify for man, woman, or couple, that can tell. Must hav* car. Initiative, excellent character, be financially re- »ponslble. Write or call collect CHOUI- •*)ARD REALTY, 418.233-3141, 20 South .Third Street, Bellevlfle, Illinois. 11-12 • R RENT—Sleeping rooms, permanent or transient. Colonial HoteL tf 8—RENT MISCELLANEOUS | FOR BOAT STORAGE-Call 24^4509' after 7 p.m. Goebel Wood. 11-18 ; SEE KAMi'ER SKELGAS tor SOO gallon ' Propana tanks Installed with lifetime lease. Kamper Skelgasi, 124 Main, 2440914. 12-2 SPECIAL NOTICE-Apple harvest at Cummins Orchard, DIx, 111. Is now i completed. Several grades In most varieties still available. Jonathan apples, almost an sold. We have had a very good year for selling and will not have any apples In storage for late winter; sales. Plenty of sweet apple cider made fresh dally. Thank you for helping us make 1966 one of our best years. Cummins Orchards, located on Highway 37, 8 miles north of Mt. Vernon, V* mile south of DIx. Phone 264-7756. 11-14 1964 GLEANER 2A corn head picked 200 acres $950.00; New Idea pull pickers; 1964 Super, picked 150 acres, $1750.00; No. 300 Perfect $695.00; Oliver No. 3 $295.00; Ford mounted for 960, $250.00; J. D. 227 mounting for M or J. D. 2MH $450.00; J. D. No. 45 10 ft. and corn head, good, $1395.00; DM mounted No. D17 picker, picked 4 acres $595.00. John Davis Imp., Mattoon. 11-12 14.A—FARM SUPPLIES FOR SALE FOR SALE—Used Zenith tabia model T.V. Phona 242-S967. 11-14 SEASONED OAK flreplac* wood, S8.00 pickup k>ad. 242-4595. 11-14 tWANTED-Carrler boy" for Sesser, 111. For after Khool and Saturday by the O gflir MKrci I AMr/Mir Mt. Vernon Register-News. Start work ^'^''^ MISCELLANEOUS by being • popular NEWSBOY. Leave your namt at Teen Town In Sesser. 11-14' .TERRITORY MANAGER needed fori Southeastern Illinois area, to service ex- fisting accounts and sell nationally known ' iJtradIng stamps program to retailers. 9as* salary, expenses, and commls- '•lOfi. Free hospitalization and life In- ilfurance. Profit sharing. Send resume jOf qualifications and work history to: B. F. MacDonald Stamp Co. (Plaid -Itamps), 7700 Olive Street Road, Unl- ^Wslty City, 30, Missouri. 11-14 i MYERS ORCHARD-Apples—Good selec-1 tlon of most varieties. Open until 4:00' p.m. during November. 12 miles north of Mt. Vernon. tf 13—AUTOMOBILES FOR TRADE-One 1944 Chevrolet convertible; One 1965 Chevrolet, 2 door; One 1966 Chevrolet 4 door. All clean and priced right. Phone Everett Carpenter, 242-1525 or 242-3277. 11-18 FOR SALE—'57 Ford 2 door hardtop, new motor, stick hi the ftoor, 279-4651. 11-16 UPHOLSTERY AAATERIALS— Choice fab-, rks, outlet prices, large stock. REN-1 SHAWS. Corner Peach and 29th. 12-13 FOR SALE-2 16.9 24 tires, 4 ply, like new, priced to sell. Donald Summers. Phone 734-2368. Evenings. 1M4 filANTED—Car hop! Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Teco Villa •prlve-lnn, 10th and Westcott. 11-15 FOR SALE—1954 Chevrolet, white and black, 4 cylinder, $200. 242-9735 before 4 p .m. 11-14 FOR SALE—Set of Henman headers, fits 54 - 42 4 cyl. Chev. 242-9735 before 4 p. m. 11-14 1". ;j.A—SITUATION WANTED -^AINTIMO Interior and exterior. Gutter i cleaning and repair. General home' maintenance. No Job too imalL 242-4189. 1 !f FOR SALE—Canna bulbs, large red bloom, with beautiful bronze foliage. L. D. Broyles, Benton Road. 11-15, BARGAINS—Living room suite, occasion- 1 al chair, dinette table, shadow box | room divider, 6'/} ft. high with mirror; i bays size 9 shoe skates and case, like new trumpet and ease; '52 Ford Victoria. Shown by appointment only. 2424780. 11-15. FOR SALE—1942 Plymouth convertible, automatic, Torquefllta transmission. Phone 242-4007. 11-15 vl-B—BUSINESS OPPOR. . FOR SALE—Home and restaurant. 2 ii months old. Fixtures. All new. Large ^parking lot. Vi acre. S and C Restaurant, .Highway 37 South, Salem. 548-2278 before "J a.m. or after t p.m. or see In person •.mytlme. 11-12 FOR LEASE—Phlflfps 66 offers a mod^ ern .2 bay service station In an excellent locallon. Small amount of capital Jfrcqulred. Financing available through Phillips Petroleum Co. Paid training program. Call 242-4466 or 242-0352 even- Jlngs. 11-16 Z -FOR SALE—Texaco service station, and 6 room modern home In Dahlgren. Otis JSodtJers, 736-3456. 11-14 SEE MARVIN at Ray TIbbs In*. Special spark plugs 69c; all filters box of 3 71c , ecah; bearings, seals, rings, piston and sleeve sets 25% to 50% off. Buy genuine . IH parts at low prices. Ray TIbbs Imp., ' parts at low prices. Ray TIbbs Imp., Waltonvlllo Road, Mt. Vernon, IIL 11-17 PERMANENT anti freeze $1.38 gallon, . shot gun shells $1.99 box, STP 75c per can; Hundreds of other Items at • Col. Pete's, i miles north on Salem Road. 11-15 FOR SALE-1959 Plymouth, V-», 2 door, sedan, 150.00, 502 N. 7th. 11-14 FOR SALE—1960 Chev., 2 door, Impala hardtop, radio, heater, air conditioning, new tires. Extra clean. Barnard's Shell Service, Wayne City. 895-2523. tf 1962 FORD FAIRLANE, fordor, radio, heater, auto, trans. 100% warranty. Full price $799. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf '44 MERCURY Comet Cailente 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission, radio, heater, 100% warranty. Regency Motors, 242-6200. tf '43 CHEVY II Nova, 4 door sedan, 4 cylinder, straight transmission, 100% warranty, $699. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf SEASONS SPECIAL ON NUTRENA FEEDS—Free Turkey with ton order. Prices are seasonally low. Buy needs now. Offer good thru November. Federal North Iowa Grain Co. Benton Road. 11-21 IS—LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—Polled Hereford feeder calves. Barnett, two miles north of Harmony. 11-14 FOR SALE—16 Hampshire weaning pigs. Howard Brown, phone 244-1326. 11-12 FOR SALE—Shetland pony, 8 years old, 40 inches tali, gentle, with saddle, Call Woodlawn 735-2295. 11-15 WANT TO BUY—Feeder pigs, 40 lbs. up. Jim Gibson, Bluford, Dial 732-8156. 12-4 WANTED-Feeder pigs, will pick up at your farm, or deliver pigs to us Tuesdays. Ross RoUlnson, Southern Illinois Feeder Pig Sales, Kell, Dial 5346233 or 534-6291. tf NTED TO BUY-Holstein and Jersey dairy heifers, and cows. Raymond LIpe, Nokomis, Illinois. 563-2003. tf TACK DOWN carpeting, upholstered furniture, modern equipment. Nu-Way Cleanaf* Dial 244-0075, l«th and Perkin*. K 21-B—AUTO PARTS AND SERVICE F^R GOOD AUTO REPAIRS and reasonable prices, see Jim Majors, 4Vi miles on 148. 242-5132. tf BATTERIES-Used 4 v. $4.95 exchange 12 v. $6.95 exchange. Guaranteed 4 m-ifhs. Stan The Tire Man. Dial 2426400. „ 21-C—PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EYE GLASSES tf.SO SINGLE vision lenses or prescription sun glasses. Examination. $5.50. Dr Ray E. Dalton, Optometrist. Ray Optical Co. 117 N. Locust, Centralla, minols. ff 21-E—RADIO t, TV SERVICE RADIO SERVICE - AUTO RADIOIER. VICE. See Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. Dial 244-0322. TUBES TESTED FREE. „ T.V. SERVICE - Conscientious, work guaranteed. One of the oldest In town tf 22—LOST '•"iilr^^?'''"' "^-"n** hood. Lost 242-0496. Reward. Ij.l^ LOST-Grandmothers gold charm brace, let, 4 charms. Dial 242-0844. Reward. 11-14 LOST OR STRAYED-BIonde male, pirt Persion cat In vicinity of George St Answers "Taffy." Reward. 242-3492. 11-16 LOST—Bassett hound, female, full grown, reddish brown . color. Reward. Roy Kissner, Wayne City. Phone 89S-2357. 11-14 24—RUMMAGE SALES TWO FAMILY RUMAAAGE SALE-Mor>day, Nov. 14, 9 a.m. on heated porch, 1114 Gaston, 2nd house east of Reaban's, Also Speed Queen washer. IMj RUMMAGE SALE-Sat., Nov. 12, 7 til 3 p.m. 1601 Casey, In rear. Furniture, picture frames, dishes. 11-12 16—PETS AND SUPPLIES RUMMAGE SALE-Sah)rday, Nov. 12. First General Baptist Church. 10th and Perkins In basement. 1M2 , PUPPIES—Boston, Poodles, Pekingese, I Dachshund, Terriers, Scotfles, Collies, Beagles, Siamese kittens, 712 E. Main, Marlon, IIL Phone 993-4920. 11-14 f REGISTERED AKC MALE POODLE. I White miniature, 6 months old. Dial , 242-5491. 11-15 RUMMAGE SALE-Frl. and Sat., Nov. H and 12. 8 a.m. 207 S. 4th. Children's and adult clothing. Misscellaneous Items. Everyone welcome. 11.12 26—BEAUTY SHOPS NOVEMBER SPECIAL-Dress up Thanksgiving with a $8.50 permanent for "•50. 305 S. nth, 242-1414. 11^0 FOR SALE—AKC registered white German Shepherd puppies. Dial 732-8786. 11-12 FOR SALE—Several extra good used I shotguns, 4 - 10, 12, 20 gauge. Can be I seen after 5:30, 1503 Jones. 11-12 I rOR LEASE-D-X service station, 1814 I jrklns, low gallonage rent. No Inventory to purchase. Excellent opportunity ft operate your own business on small -Investment. Phone 242-2354 or 244-1522. tf '2—WANTED TO BUY WANTED—Small business. Write particulars and price to W. C Blanken- =lhlp, 5434 Shreva Ave., St. Louis, MIs- {lourl, 43115. 11-K -WANTED TO BUY-5-10 acres, close In, on good road, also trade VJ ton Ford for ton truck. Dial 244-2072. 11-12 pickup WANTED Small or large farm. Also wanted, cheap houses needing repair, ^ale Knox. Phone 242-4985. tf WANTED—To buy used propane tanks. '*>hon» 242-4359. Harper-* Propane Str- «lc«, Salem Road. tf ;3—WANTED TO RENT TWANTED TO RENT—Space for 12' wide 11.12 trailer. Phone 242-2362. li— WANTED MISCEL. SVANTED—Siamese kitten. Call 1-734•8583 after 3 p.m. 11-14 FOR SALE—Good timothy or alfalfa hay | 4 miles out RIchvIew Road, Verne Breeze, 735-2741. 11-15 FOR SALE—Go Kart, lots of accessories, 820 West Bend motor, just overhauled. Dial 242-4297 or 242-1714. 11-15 TWO LYRE BACK straight chairs, for dining or living room. Good condition, 904 Taylor. 11-12 FOR SALE—12 gauge automatic Winchester. Dial 755-4531. 11-12 FOR SALE—Extra long brown couch and matching chair, 735-2160. 11-12 FOR SALE—Electric hot water heater, baled straw 35c. Phone 244-0920. 11-15 FOR SALE—Recllner chair, white vinyl, $35.00. Phone 242-2194. 11-15 NEW DESIGNERS SAMPLES Lace In pastel colors. Velveteen by the yard. Open all day, Friday, Nov. 11. Johnson's Remnant Stiop, 1029 Old Airport Road, Mt. Vernon. 11-14 '64 FORD coupe Sprint V-8, bucket seats, 4 speed transmission In the floor, radio, heater, 100% warranty. Full price, $1399. Regency Motors, 242-6200. tf '63 CHEVROLET Blscayne 4 door sedan, 4 cylinder, automatic transmission, $999, 100% warranty. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf POODLES, Schnauzers, Scotfles, Pekingese, Wires, Dachshunds, Bassets, Cockers, German Shepherds, Beagles. Sigwerth Kennels. Dial 244-2044. 11.21 WIRES, MINIATURE Schnauzers, Scot- I tie:, Pekingese, Chihuahua, Bassetts i and B lagles. Jerl-EIen Kennels. 242-08B0. I ff 17—POULTRY '41 PONTIAC Ventura J door hard top. radio, heater, 100% warranty, $799.00 full price. Regency Motors, 242-4200. tf '40 OLDSMOBILE 88, 4 door sedan. Radio, heater, new rebuilt engine and automatic transmission. Power steering, $799.00. 100% warranty. Regency Motors, 242-4200. tf FOR SALE—Hy-line hens 50c each. Roy Ham, Log Cabin Road. Phone 242-5967. 11-14 FOR SALE—Heavy type, young hens. Gless Sanders, phone 266-7697. 11-12 1958 FORD 4 door $199. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf 1957 DODGE 4 door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-4200. tf 1958 PLYMOUTH 2 door »149. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf 1958 DESOTO $99. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-6200. tf FOR SALE-One beautiful $500 four coat, like new $75; one new $50 spring and fail coat $25.00, size 42. Two winter coafs, size 14, cheap. Call 485-2542 Ashley after 4 p.m. 11-14 FROM wall to wall, no soil at all, on carpets, cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. Douglas Rexall Drug. 1M2 \VANTED TO BUY—1954 to 1959 model t car. In good condition, standard transmission, « or « cylinder. Dial 244-0308. # 11-14 'WANTED—Good home for puppies, • Ya 'Ole Market. 1507 S. lOlh. 11-12 WANTED—Custom combining beans or ^ corn, also hauling. Dial 242-3795 or tee Don Chapman, Liberty Road. 11-15 WANTED—Good homes for 5 month old « pups, half beagle, half Welsh. 244-398(K -.WANTED—Ironings to do In my home, » or small child to take care of In my "home, day or night. Experienced. Marie Pickett, phone 244-0614. 11-12 "'CUSTOM COMBINING and hauling. „ Larry Seldel, R. 1 Bluford. Phone 755'4713. 1H4 * WANTED—Painting, decorating and <• carpenter work. Phone 242-6293. If 'ALTERATIONS AND TAILORING for men and woman. 242-4707. 12-1 CUSTOM BUTCHERING and complete ' processing. Also will freeze, pick-up and deliver. Phone 732-2941. After 4 :00 p.m. 732-8743. tf PLAST-RING by Contract or by hour. Free estimates, W yeira experience. Dial 244-1765. 11-18 FOR RENT S_APARTMENTS FOR RENT—2 bedroom unfurnished, apartment. West part. Phone 244-0771. 11-15 FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, close In. Nice for students or working persons. Dial 242-3631. tf THE proven carpet cleaner Blue Yustre Is easy on the budget. Restores forgotten colors. Rent electric stiampoov I.OO G. C. Murphy Co., 909 Broadway. 11-12 NEW FOUNDS banded wool lersey, acetate knits, wool double knit, blends large assortment. Johnnie's Remnant Shop, 1029 Old Airport Road. 11-12 CHRISTMAS CARDS, reasonably priced, name Imprinted no extra charge. MYERS THE PRINTER, College at 17th. 11-29 BAT:RO0M OUTFITS Sold and Ind- stalled. Back hoe digging for water lines and septic tank holes. Call 244-2745. tf BE SURE—Insure with the Golden Rule Hospital Plan. Louts FItts, Box 544, Mt. Vernon. 242-0468. tf PARTS for all electric shavers, 24 hour servic Most models. Clark Jewelers, 110 North Ninth. tf )IJ- of rugs, carpets, cash and carry prices, The Karpet Korner, 12fh and Jordan, Mt. Vernon. tf 9.A—HEATING & PLUMBING FOR SALE—Nearly naw coal furnace. Dial 242-5662. IMS FOR SALE—Used coal stoker, good condition. See or call Denny Hassakis, at Blue Goosa Tavern, 242-9709. 11-12 EDDIE MIFFLIN'S Atlas Heating Service featwet new and used furnaces. Specialized service. Installation, cleaning. 242-5998. 11-14 9-B—AppllancM FOR SALE—Large refrigerator freezer, 2 door. Phone 244-2740. II-I2 FOR RENT—All modern furnished apartments with stoker heat, \m'A S. 10th. 144 -1447 or 244-4492. tf FOR CLEARANCE—Used electric range, used gas ranges, used console TVs; , new floor sample, G. E. clothes dryer; i floor sample, G. E. maple console stereo. • All bargain priced. Use our easy pay plan. Goodyear Service *for«, 1212 Broadway. 11-15 POR RENT—Five room unfurnished du, plex apartment, 709'/i Salem Road. Stoker heat. 244-0500 or 244-1197. tf FOR RENT—4 room all modern nicely furnished apt. Heat and water furnished $70. Adults. Closa In. Dial 2428344. ff FOR RENT—One room, and one-two room modern furnished apt. All utlll- tlea paid. Private bath. Oose In. Dial 244-2901. 11-16 FOR RENT—2 room, unfurnished apartment, wall to wall carpeting, new paneling. Birch cabinets, tile bath. Very nice, 2 blocks from downtown, north Ground floor. Phone 242-0731. 11-14 FOR RENT-Modern 3 room furnished apt. Utilities paM, Steam heat. Inquire W12 Casey.- ff »-H0ME5 iSbR RENT-f mnu and beth In Dix. CM Ut-mt, IMS VACUUM CLEANERS-ELECTROLUX- Newest carpet attachment with rotaf- 1 brush. Rug washers floor pollshari, S les and Service. Sterling Dodson. 2424137. ff 1958 CHEVROLET station wagon $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-6200. ff FOR SALE—Started pullets, Babcock B-300 year around. Sutton's Poultry Enterprise Inc. Phone 242-6389, Mt. Vernon, tf 18.~BUILDING SUPPLIES FLOOR TILE, WALL TILE, Asphalt, Vinyl asbestos, pure Vinyl plastic. Ceramic adheslves, etc. Tile Supply Co., 1419 S. 10th. 242-5809. tf fP—REAL ESTATE 27—CAR LICENSE f^*!! AUTOMOBILE LICENSE SERVICE effective Dec. 1. Regular trips thereafter. Make application. Tittle's Sporting Goods, 1415 S. 10th; S. and W. Motors, 1101 Salem Road; Shell Station, 300 S. 10th; Charles Cook, 704 22nd St. 242-4692; Gale Knox, 242-4985. Wanted Springfield riders. tf ORDER YOUR auto and truck license now. We will have them for you December first. Stewart Mobilehomes, 2420982. 12.3 30—SPECIAL NOTICE WANTED-Fuller Brush Co. customers. Call 242-4952 or 242-0456. 12-10 FOR IMMEDIATE SALE—Terms. Owner Granite City. Make offer. Good 4 room modern house, washroom, garage. 914 S. 25. 242-4935. tf 1955 STUDEBAKER Commander, 4 door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, tf TIAAMONS AUTO SALES — Oean used cars for 35 years. Marvin L. Moore, salesman. Walni'f Hill, 532-4073. tf 1942 PONTIAC Safari 4 door station wagon, auto-trans., radio, heater, power steering, air condition. Full price $1199.00. 100% warranty. Regency Motors, 2424200. tf FOR QUICK SALE-$100.00 down, $30.00 month, reduced only $1200.00, 4 room house, modern except heat, garage. 1718 North. Also lot 27th and Main, $500.00. 242-4985. tf FOR SALE—SAVE, SAVE, SAVE. Owner being transferred, 3 bedroom ranch with family room. Dial 242-6097. 11-12 T3-A—HOUSE TRAILERS PAY $200 equity and take over payments of like new 1965 Richardson lO'xSS". Already set up. 242-0982. tf FOR RENT—1 trailer lot S0'xl65'. Call 242-4509 after 7 p.m. Gobel Wood. 11-18 MOBILEHOME INSURANCE DUE? See us for the best insurance you can buy. Specialized policy designed for mobile- home owners, No deductibles. Quick, fair claim handling. See or call us today for Immediate coverage, terms. Stewart Mobilehomes, 242-0982. 12-3 HEAT TAPES, roof coating, gas furnace repair parts, steps, new furnaces, gas and electric water heaters, sewer con nectlons, and various other mobiiehome parts. We repair and level mobilehomes. Call us today for free estimate. Stewart Mobilehomes, 242-0982. 12-3 FOR SALE—New models In 10" and 12' wide Mobile homes. All electric models available. All deluxe equipment. E. and H. Mobilehomes, Sesser. 425-2721. tf Today at STEWART MOBILEHOMES you can buy the world's best seller: NEW MOON at a very special price. 10'x47' for $2995, $300 down, $61.57 per month; 12'x51' for $3950. $400 down, $76.13 per month. Payments Include mobile homa Insurance and credit life Insurance, These fine homes feature wonderful gas heat, storm windows, complete furnishings, three Inch walls, full thickness of Armstrong fiberglass Insulation, roof rafters and studding on sixteen Inch centers. Code building, plus many extras, Cuarantaed for ent full ytar. Delivery and set-up free. Sea us today while fhli special factory tale Is going on. STEWART MOBILEHOMES 242-0982. tf ST. CLAIR MOBILE HOME SALES Route 37 South Salem, Illinois St. Clair has the RED CARPET out for the showing of the new models, 2 and 3 bedrooms In 10' by 12' widths, with tip- outs. Some models with a bath and Vi, one with 2 full bathrooms also with walk In utility room, carpet with pad. Check with St Clair before you buy. tf [9C—Boots & Moton FOR SALE—16 foot fiberglass sailboat, with trailer and satis. Rebel class. No maintenance required. Priced to sell. Call 242-5974 after 5:30. 11-15 9-E—TV AND RADIO FOR SALE-2I" Phlico console TV, custom 400. Perfect condition. Phone 242-4359. IMS FOR SALE—T.V. antenna towers, new various makes, models. Burgln's Radio and T. V., (th and Tolla Road. Dial 2422323. f. FOR SALE-Several good used T. V.'s, or used, with or without rotor. Fajther- Stun'S. Oflil 2444322. M 13-8—TRUCKS FOR SALE -194a Ford half ton pickup. 242-1203. 11-12 FOR SALE-1964 Ford style-side pickup. Excellent condition, aevtral axtras. Phone 732-4109. 11-14 FOR SALE-1954 Chevrolet pick-up with cattle rack. Carr's O-X Service Station, Salem Road and Oakland. 1M4 Farm BuJIdingi For Solo BUILDING INVESTMENTS In a Sturdl- Built farm or commercial building saves you time, labor and money. Phone 217-345-7005. Write Box 4«4, Charlesloa, Illinois or Evortt AHiInson, R. 7, phone <11-2424941. M. Vtrnon, ;^lfnof«. M-U FOR SALE OR RENT—Very neat, all modern 2 bedroom home. Immediate occupancy, $6950.00. 242-5543 after 4:30 p.m. 11-12 FOR SALE—4 bedrooms, large living room with fireplace, dining room, den, 7Vi baths, modern kitchen, completely carpeted, basement. 810 Oakland. 2424013. tf 19-A—FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE—40 acre farm, standing timber and grazing land, excellent barn, also 5 room house, garage, hen house and cellar. Ideal location for a lake. Located 9 miles southwest of McLeansboro. Gleta Hall, owner. Write R. 2 McLeansboro, or call Dale exchange 7732481. tf SERVICES 20—SERVICES MISC. SMALL HOUSEHOLD appliances repaired, work guaranteed, pickup and delivery. Call 242-3262. BUS Winkler. 10-15 CARPENTER WORK WANTED-Panel- Ing, celling tile, cabinets, and other remodeling. Reasonable prices. Guaranteed work. 244-2999. 11-16 EXHAUST PIPE, mufflers, tall pipes Installed. We give Eagle stamps. South Side Gulf, 1001 S. 10th. Dial 242-9856. 11-14 LAWN MOWER grinding, motors repaired. Hand SAWS filed. KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge, 811 Soutb 18th Street. 11-26 HAND SAW, power saw blades filed. Tools ground. Walter G. Voelker, Benton Road. Phone 242-4129. tf FOR FILTERED drinking water, prompt service, reasonable. Day 244-2815, Night 242-3104. tf FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING. Free estimates and delivery. B and B Upholstery. 934 York Road. Phone 2424104 or 244-2989. tf RENTAL EQUIPMENT-Floor polishers, small and large; Wallpaper steamer. Floor Sander, Rug Shampooer, free with purchas. of shampoo. Smith- Alsop Paint and Wallpaper Co,, 910 Main St. Dial 2440436. tf SPRAY your home for roaches, water bugs, ants, flea*: and other Insects, Price $4.00. Phone 242.1265. tf Furnoco Cloaning FURNACE CLEANING - Have your entire heating system cleaned with modern machine. Coal oil, gas. Phone 242-5857. Wllburn Hauk. tf 21.A—RUG CLEANING EXPERT CLEANERS pf rugs, w/w carpets, upholstered furniture, floors. Latest modern equipment. Jack'* Home ClMnlt^ Sarvlce. 242-224). If MONDAY'S MARKET at the Jefferson County Sale Bam. Located 4 miles east of Mt. Vernon, III. Auction every Monday. We had a heavy run of live stock. 115 consigners brought 45 head of live stock. Cattle prices were kind of on the weak side, feeder calves eased off some. Cows were steady with last week. Best butcher cows going at 15.50 to~^ 16.50. Choice steer calves going at 25.50 to 27.00; fed steers and heifers going at 22.80 to 23.70. Here are a few representative sales: Dale Donoho, luka, IIL, had a load of mixed fed steers and heifers going at 22.80 to 23.70; Archie Sager, Texico, mixed cattle with Holsteln steers going at 21.60 to 23.50; E. H. Bennett, Ewing, 111., one big bud at 21.30; Clarence Hodges, heavy sows up to 17.20; Richard Donoho, Bluford, mixed warmed up cattle, Including some Holstelns, going at 20.00 to 23.10, 4 black heifers, weighing 785, went at 22.00; Carl .V\organ, Mt. Vernon, III., had 13 heifers, weighed 685, went at 22.30; George Mulch, m. Vernon, 111., went at 15.30 to 16.20; Earl Pearce, Bluford, 1 steer at 23.00; Carl Schnider, Centralla, III., 1 fat heavy bull, weighed 1635 at 20.80, 4 steers weighed 633 lbs., went at 24.30. The hog market was steady, with last week. Consign your live stock where there Is active and competitive bidding and order buyers, packer buyers and live stock men meet every week. ROY TAYLOR, Operator Phone 244-1909, Mt. Vernon, III. Don't forget our radio auction tonight at 7 p.m., turn your F.M. radio on. 11-14 Terror Subsides Milwaukee Stabber Is In Custody MILWAUKEE, Wis, (AP) "Everybody can sleep a little easier," said Police Chief Harold Breier after police charged a factory worker in a series of stabbings that had terrorized residential areas in Milwaukee. Michael J. Herrington, 23, accompanied to Milwaukee County Court by his pregnant wife, was charged Friday night with slaying a 10-year- old girl Sept. 4, an 18-year-old waitress Oct. 17 and with attempted mui^ der of an 11-year-old girl Friday morning. Breier said Herrington, identified as a parolee from Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary, had admitted two slayings for which he was charged with first-degree murder, and the latest assault whose victim was reported In satisfactory condition. Herrington accompanied police to the sites of the attacks on the city's near West Side. The series of assaults had resulted in demands for increased police protection, a campaign to have porch lights burning all night, and a request by the city that youngsters make Halloween trick-or-treat rounds before dark. Herrington had been questioned in the beating and stabbing of Julia Beckwith, 10, whose body was found Sept. 4 in a vacant lot near her home after she had gone on an errand for a sister. The body of waitress Sherryl Thompson was found Oct. 17. She had been stabbed 22 times, Breier said Herrington had admitted both slayings. Breier said Herrington admitted attacking Kathleen Dreyer, 11, as she walked to school Friday. The child, stabbed in the back, told police her assailant fled when she scresuned. Herrington was seized after witnesses, including school children, provided police with a description of a man seen In the alley where the Dreyer girl was attacked. Police said the Dreyer girl's assailant reportedly leaped from a car, clapped a hand over the child's mouth and forced her into the alley behind garage and dwellings. Herrington was named in warrants signed by County Judge Christ T. Seraphim who set bonds totaling $65,000. Woman Beaten; Goes To Hospital A woman who was severely beaten was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital early today. Police identified her as Hattie Evelyn Buhler, 53, of 1902 Perkins Avenue. She told police that a man beat her at her home early today. Officers said she suffered eye injuries and that some of her teeth were knocked out. She was reported in fair condition at the hospital late this- morning. Police art investigating the case. Auto Fire At 7tli, Perkins A car driven by Mrs. Lester Neal was damaged by fire Friday afternoon at Seventh and Perkins. Firemen said a carburetor backfire caused damage to the carburetor and paint on the hood. Clocks Driver At lOSMPHAtlna A woman driver was docked by a state trooper at a speed of 105 miles per hour yesterday south of Ina. State Trooper John Boyd said he had to drive 115 miles per hour to overtake Linda D. Enloe, 22, Of Bonner Springs, Kansas. He handed her a speeding ticket and she left her driver's license as bail. TWIN WIUOWS NURSING CENTER ROUTE 37 NORTH SALEM, ILLINOIS Th«r« ar« still torn* vacancies ovailable in the new, modem nursing center in Solem, IIL Come in for information and rotes. CHANGING JOBS? Nation's largest independent finance company has several openings for men 21—30 for full salary, en-the>iob training, for appointment to branch Manager. No selling. Company car and expenses furnished. No experience required. Some college preferred, high school graduates considered. Modern employee benefits. Phone or apply in person. Evening interviews arranged. UNIVERSAL CIT CREDIT CORPORATION 1010 Solem Rd. 244-1200 Wilt Chamberlain sst a National Basketball Association record when he registered with 28 foul shots in a game against the New York Knicks in Hershey, Pa„ on March 2, 1962. FOR SALE FAIRLANE V-8 Fordor — Less than 6500 Miles. 1965 FORD Phone 242-5164 DISTRIBUTORS WANTED Rapidly expanding soft drink operation seelcing distributors for Marion, Jefferson, Fayette and Clay counties. No cash investment required. Unlimited earnings potential. Reply To Nehi-Royal Crown Corporation 2849 West 47th St. Chieogo,^ Illinois 60632 In loving memory of Bryan D. Gilbert wtw left U3 Nov. 11, «21 .t Dearest "Pop": Remembrance Is a golden chain, Destli tries to break but all In valn< To have to love and then to part. Is the greatest sorrow of one's heart. The years may wipe out many things. But this they wipe out never. The memory of tt-ase happy days, When we were all together. Ours Is a link deatfi cannot sever. Love and remembrance last forever. SON, JOHN R. AND FAMILY. In loving memory of Zelphia Wilcox, who passed away Nov. 12, 19i5. The flowers we place upon your grave, May wither and decay. But the love for you who sleeps beneath will never fade away. They say time heals all sorrow And helps us to forget. But lime so for has only proved. How much we miss you yet. sadly missed by CHARLES WILCOX AND HEK FAMILY No hunting or trespassing on property of Walter Yearwood, Tolle Road to Jaycee Lake, 1M4 NO HUNTING on the Florence Tweed farm and violators will be prosecuted. 11-16 COUNTRY MUSIC DANCE, Delano Dagg and the Country Buddies at the Eagles Club, 817 Locust, Centralla, Sat. night, Nov. 12th, 9 p.m. til ?. 11-12 SALE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS Of Mrs. Lulu Ray, Woodlawn, III., Sat., Nov. 12th. Starting at 1:00 p.m. Complttt bedroom suite, Weslinghousa refrigerator. Extra nice living room suite, tables, lamps, chairs, washer, breakfast set. EDDIE COCKEREL, Auctioneer. 11-12 NOTICE—Enrollment Is open for new Blue Cross-Blue Shield mtmt>er$ through the Jefferson County HIA.- For Information contact Alma Humphrey, 620 North street, Mt. Vernon or call 2440523. 11-33 GRAND OPENING this week. The Gift House, 6 miles north on Rt. 37. Italian decorator bottles, 99c; miniature kersoene lamps, 99c pair; Early American sewing cabinets to $2.79, hand decorated Imported candles, ISc. Open Tuesday thru Sunday, 10 to 6 11-12 CAMPBELL WWTTRESSES, Merrlman's At Ina, in. Open Mon., W«d„ FrI. enly 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. tf 31—MONUMENTS FOR A NICE SELECTION of Protestant and Catholic designed monuments- Come to 1205 Salem Road, Mt, Vernon, IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Ralph Starment who passed away 5 years ago, Nov. 13, 1961. Sadly missed by his MOTHER AND ALL WHO LOVHO HIM In loving memory of Walter Keen, who passed away 3 years ago the 12th of November. God gave us the strength to bear It, And coverage to fight the blow. But what It meant to lose you. No one will ever know. . We do not need • special day. To bring you to our mind. The days we do not think of you. Are lust not to be found. Sadly missed by WIFE, SON AND DAUGHTER AND ALL WHO LOVED HIM. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their flowers, cards and many acts of kindness during my recent Illness. Also my thanks to the Doctors, nurses and staff of Jefferson Memorial hospital for their splendid care. Thank you all, so much. MRS. FLORENCE TAYLOR. We wish- to express our sincere ap preclatlon to our friends and neighbors, for their many acts of klnOnea, especially Myers Funeral Home, Bro. J. G. Parsons, the pallbearers, those who sent flowers ana food, And to all who contributed in any way. (BERT) COBB. The Family of James B. (Bert) Cobb. MRS. NELLIB WARD, MRS. LETHEL BURNS, MR. ROY COBB. The Bibia Speokt To You •:M :m. Simdty, KSD SI. UMit{ f .30 ..m. Sundiy. WCNI tiOO •.!>. Svnday. Wft Itortta 13:19 p.m. Sunday, WMIX 1966 BARRACUDA V-8, forqueflite transmission, bucket seats, radio, heater. Very low mileage. Factory warranty. S & W MOTOR CO. 1101 Solem Read WANTED FULL TIME CHEF Permanent Position Good working conditions, 6 day week, local, oil replies kept confidential. WRITE BOX J. R. % REGISTER-NEWS INVITATION FOR SEALED BIDS The following described real estate will be sold to a successful bidder at 1 P.M., December 9, 1966: Outlets C, D, E & F, and Lots 33, 36, 37, 56, 60, Country Heights Subdivision to the City of Mt. Vernon, Jefferson County, Illinois. Bidders may obtain information and copy of survey of property from owner. Sealed bids will be accepted no later than 12:30 P.M., December 9, 1966. Owner reserves the right to reject all or any bids, owners title policy avaiU able. The First Notional Bonk And Trust Co., Mt. Vernon, III. Director of Sales Young Illinois Life Insurance Company licensed in three states has opening as Director of Soles. If you hove hod special policy experience OS agent, general agent or as No. 2 man, here is on opportunity to become No. 1. Must be enthusiastic, aggressive and experienced in recruiting, training and motivation of other men and be able to stand rigid investigation of background and experience. Send brief resume and confidential appointment will be arranged. Box N-1293 c/o Register-News RAY SAYS: "MOVE 'EM OUT! Big Money Sayings TIUaORS NfW BALERS ' Burins COMBINES Nov. - Dec. Clearance Days Now's the time to buy thot new International Harvester Tractor, (Baler or Combine) you've been wanting, and SAVE MONEY, TOO! How? Just listen to this: During NOVEMBER DECEMBER CLEARANCE DAYS you can buy at a special discount price ... and, because your Rnance Charges will be paid well into 1967, you make BIG MONEY SAVINGS. Don't wait until Spring. COME IN NOW, AND SAVE! See Ed Wood Or Any Of The Friendly Personnel At Ray TIbbs Implement Co. Waltonville Road Phone 242-1267

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