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10 THE REGISTER-NEWS — hhJ. VERNON, lUINOIS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1966 W/XIMT AD WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING mn tLii .ssiriED ads PHOIVE 242 -0117 CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE IN BY 9:00 A.M. TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION SAME DAY WANTED FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, close In. Nice for studenti or worklnfl persons. Dial 242-3631. tf 1_MALE AND FEMALE WANTED—Truck driver. Good pay. Ex-1 cdlent opportunity for right man. Dial ( 842-3250, Great Plains Gas, tor persortal and confidential Interview. tf FOR RENT-All modern furnished apartments with stoker heat, IIM',4 S. 10th. 244.1447 or 244-4492. tf FOR RENT—Five room unfurnished du. plex apartment, 709'/i Salem Road. Stoker heat. 244-0500 or 244-1197. tf VACUUM CLEANERS-ELECTROLUX-\ Newest carpet attachment with rotat- 1 brush. RUE washers floor polishers, i S les and Service. Sterling Dodson. 242- > «137. tt ' ;9C —Boots & Motors FOR SALE—New models tn 10- and 12' wide Mobile homes. All electric models available. All deluxe equipment. E. and H. Mobllehomes, Sesser. «25-2721. t» EXPERIENCED OPERATOR for self i propelled combine. Call K. W. Myers, 242-5155 or 244-0730. 11-17 FOR RENT—4 room all modern nicely furnished apt. Heat and water furnished t70. Adults. Close In. Dial 2422344. tf FOR SALE-M foot fiberglass sailboat, with trailer and sails. Rebel class. No | maintenance required. Priced to sell, j Call iii-sm alter S:30. 11-15 9-E—TV AND RADIO 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 242-073). II-M ! FOR RENT—Modern 3 room furnished apt. Utilities paid. Steam heat. Inquire 1312 Casey. N ^HOMES WANTED-Nurses aid. Experience helpful but not necessary. Apply In person 8:30 a .m. til 3:30 p.m. Lowry Nursing Home. 13th and Main. No phone calls. 11-17 WANTED Men who can work leads and need an Income of $600 a month to start. Must, have car, married and over age 21. We i will train you for Immediate high In-' come. Call or write 314 VO. 2-1414. S. Qnfman, Guarantee Reserve Life Ins. Ca , 7580 Olive Sh-eet Road, St. Louis, Mo. 43130. 11-16 WANTED—Office girl. Local concern, cno POTT . 'rz L Shorthand and typing required. Good ™he»t a^^^ w«t "1^ working conditions. Write Box C-87S. 11-19; J^^l'^fZ ^J,.^ ATTENTION—Rawleigh business avail-' able In DIst. In Mt. Vernon. Steady year around earnings. No capital or experience needed. Write Rawleigh Dept. ILK-830-96, Freeport, Illinois, 61032 or Frank Kniffen, R.R. 1, McLeansboro, Illinois, 62SS9. 11-14 FOR SALE—21" Phlico console TV, I custom 400. Perfect condition. Phone | 242-4359. IMS I ST. CLAIR MOBILE HOME SALES Route 37 South Salem, Illinois Sf. Clair has the RED CARPET out for the showing ol the new models, 2 and 3 bedrooms in 10' by 12' widths, with tlp- oufs. Some models with a balh and Vj, one with 2 full bathrooms also with walk in utility room, carpet with pad. Check with St. Clair before you buy. tf FOR RENT—4 room modern tiouse. We*t part. 244-0631 after 5. tf TELEVISION SERVICEMAN—Good on black and white and color. $3.50 per hour—fringe benefits—steady employment —bonus—will pay moving expenses. Phone i29-S474 collect—ask for Jerry. BAYLESS TV and APPLIANCE, INC., 802 E. Wood, Decatur, Illinois. 11-18 FOR RENT—Modem 5 room house, west location, adults only. $4S month. 2421405. 11-14 FOR SALE—T.V. antenna towers, new various makes, models. Burgln's Radio and T. V., 8th and Tolle Road. Dial 2422323. tf FOR SALE—Several good used T. V.'s, or used, with or without rotor. Feither- Stm 'l. Dial 244-0322. tf 10-A—SEWING MACHINES FOR RENT—2 bedroom house 819 N. 11th St., stoker heat, $55.00. Call 242-1 after 5:00 p.m. tf FOR RENT—Modern country home. Gas heat, hot water. Phone 735-2435. tf TRUCK DRIVER with Class E. license. Courtney Warehouse Company, 1204 S. Tenth Street. 1M« FOR RENT—4 acres, * room house and outbuildings $35 month. 4 room house and garage $30 month, I7th and North shreet. 242-4985. tf COUPLE, without children, to work n1 non-sectarian home for teenage boys. Wife to cook, husband for maintenance, driving, knowledge of carpentry or farming helpful. Receive room, hoard, salary $4 ,200, social security. Writ* Mr. David Gray, Buffalo, Illinois. 1M< WANTED-Carrler boy for S«ser. 111. For after achool and Saturday by the Mt. Vernon Register-News. Start work W being a popular NEWSBOY. Leave your nama at Teen Town In Sesser. 11-14 TERRITORY MANAGER needed for Southeastern Illinois area, to servica existing accounts and sell nationally known trading stamps program to retailers, Bas« salary, expenses, and commi*- •loh. Fraa hospitalization and life Insurance. Profit sharing. Send resumt 9l qualifications and work history to: E. F. MacDonald Stamp Co. (Plaid Stamps), 7700 Ollva Street Road, Unl- varsity City, 30, Missouri. 11-14 WANTED -Car hop. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Taco Villa Drive-inn, 10th and Westcott. IMS 1.A—SITUATION WANTED ANY PARENT who wants their children cared for by reliable person 5 days a week. Dial 242-1423. Reterences. 11-15 PAINTING Interior and exterior. Gutter leaning and repair. General home maintenance. No Job too smalL J42-61B9. tf FOR RENT—Modern four room house, stoker heat, 7a9A Salem Rd. 244-0500 or 244 -1197. H REPOSSESSED-1 console cabinet sewing machine, like new with new guarantee. Only $99.00 to bo paid. Payments arranged. McCraw's Sewing Machine Sales, Mt. Vernon. 11-17 FOR SALE—Singer Sewing machine, automatic zigzag, decorative stitches, buttonholes, and hllndhem. Reliable party may assume 9 payments of $5.80 each. Write Retail Credit Manager, Dept. 2, P. O. Box 128, jacksonvine. III. 62650. 11-15 13.B—TRUCKS FOR SALE—1966 Ford style-side pickup. Excellent condition, several exiras. Phone 732-6109. 11-14 FOR SALE—1956 Chevrolet pick-up with cattla rack. Carr's D-X Service Station, Salem Road and Oakland. 11-14 Farm Buildings For Sal* BUILDING INVESTMENTS In a Sturdl- ; Bull! farm or commercial building 1 saves you time, labor and money. Phone [ 217-345-7005. Write Box 486, Charleston, I Illinois or Evertt Atkinson, R. 7, phone 618-242-3941, Mf. Vernon, Illinois. II-I4 RENTAL EQUIPMENT—Floor polishers, small and large; Wallpaper steamer. Floor Sander, Rug Shampooer, free with purchas, of shampoo. Smith- Aisop Paint and Wallpaper Co., 910 Main St. Dial 2440436. tt Wolfhounds Hurl Back 6 Red Attacks Fumac* CiMniinf FURNACE CLEANING — Have your entire heating system cleaned with modern machine. Coal oil, gas. Phone 242-5857. Wilburn Hauk. tf 2 LA—RUG CLEANING EXPERT CLEANERS of rugs, w/w carpets, upholstered furniture, floors. Latest modern equipment. Jack's Horn* Cleaning Service. 242-2241. tf TACK DOWN carpeting, upholstered furniture, modern equipment. Nu-Way CleanMab OKI 244-0075, Itth and Perkins, tf 21.B—AUTO PARTS AND SERVICE lO-B— MUSIC HAMA","JD ORGANS and Hammond pianos. Full line Franchised Dealer serving Southern Illinois, Hammond Organ Studios of Benton, III., 7 blocks north, a blocks west, Benton Public Squar4 . tf 14—FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE—210 John Deere corn head; 410 John Deere corn head; Oliver 88, oversize pistons, 150 hours on overhaul; 414 Oliver plow. Call K. W. Myers, 2425116 or 244-0730. tt ) FOR SALE—Case corn head for 600 or 700 combine, 3 years old, like new. Coburn Newcomb, Richvlew, iij. Phone 249-8117. 11-17 FOR RENT—Modern homes In west part; 3 bedrooms $85; 3 bedrooms $110 and up. . imifon Real Estate. tf 7--R00MS~ 11_PLANTS AND SEEDS FOR SALE—Ear corn. Dial 732-3951, Lee Donoho, R. 1, Biuford. 11-14 • R RENT— Sleeping roomi, pirmimnt w transient. Colonial HoteL tf 8—RENT MISCELLANEOUS FOR BOAT STORAGE -Call after 7 p.m. Goebel Wood. 242-4509 11-18 SEE KAMrER SKELGAS Tw BOO galton Propans tanks Installed with lifetime leasa. Kampar Skelgas. B26 Maln> 244091«. 1M 9—SALE MISCELLANEOUS ONE 0. E. AUTOMATIC washing ma- Chine; One baby bed. Cheap. 244-063) after 5. tf 1 GOOD USED VACUUM Cleaner, only $14.95. McCraw's Sewing Machine Sales, Mt. Vernon. 10-17 la -C—APPLES SPECIAL NOTICE-Apple harvest at Cummins Orchard, DIx, 111. Is now completed. Several grades in most varieties still available, Jonathan apples almost all 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 elder made fresh dally. Thank you for helping us make 1966 one of our best years. Cummins Orctiards, located on Highway 37, I miles north of Mt. Vernon, Vj mne south ot Dlx. Phone 266-7756. 11-14 CORN PICKERS—1 row Wood Bros.; 2 row Massey self propelled, only $275.00; Aliis mounted for W. D.; New idea mounted for M, AUis mounted tor W.C. Broyles Implement Co. 11-15 FOR SALE—Corn head for 101 Int. combine; corn head for Int. 151 combine. Howard Clifton, 244-3945. 11-15 l-MASSEY-HARRiS 90 rice special combine with 14 ft. grain head and 2 row corn head; 1-two row mounted corn picker for Case tractor. Holdren Construction Co. Phone 242-4299. 11-15 T4-A—FARM SUPPLIES MYERS ORCHARD-Apples-Good selection of most varieties. Open until 6:00 p.m. during November'. 12 miles north of Mt. Vernt,- 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 F-)R GOOD AUTO REPAIRS and reasonable prices. s «e Jim MSlors, 4Vi miles on 148. 242-5132. tf BATTERIES-Used 6 v. $4.95 exchange 12 V. $6.95 exchange. Guaranteed 4 m-iths. Stan The Tire Man. Dial 2426400. „ 21-C—PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EYE GLASSES $f.5« SINGLE vision lenses or prescription sun glasses. Examination $5.50. Dr. Ray E. Dalton, Optometrist. Ray Optical Co. 117 N. Locust, Centralla, Illinois, tf 21-E—RADIO & TV SERVICE RADIO SERVICE - AUTO RADIO SER. VICE. See Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. Dial 244-0322. TUBES TESTED H T.V. SERVICE _ Conscientious, wort. guaranteed. One of the oldest In town. oJi''?,'?^ Toll* Road. Dial 242-2323. ^ 22—LOST LOST OR STOLEN-Black With brawn and white marking Beagle, very friendly, name "Joe", wearing collar with rabies tag. 242-1870, reward. IMS 13—AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE—'66 Mustang, red with black Interior, 6 cylinder, stick In the floor. Dial 242-0028. 11-17 FOR SALE—7 ft. pool table, with cues, bails and rack. Phona 242-1298. 11-15 •t -B—BUSINESS OPPOR. FOR SALE-Lunch room, good location In Mt. Vernon area. Small Investment needed. For Information 732-3471 after 4 p.m. 'I-'' NEW YARDAGE Wool double knit, dacron knits, wool larseys, silk and wocQ blends, wool doeskin flarriftl, printed silks for blouses, Johnnie's Remnant Shop, 1029 Old Airport Road, Mt. Vernon, IH. 11-19 FOR LEASE—Phlnlps 66 offers a modern 2 bay service station In an excellent location. Small amount of capital required. Financing available through Phillips Petroleum Co. Paid training program. Call 242-444» or 242-0352 evenings. ''•'« FOR SALE—Texaco service station, and 6 room modern horns In Dahlgren. Otis «odders, 736-3456. rOR LEASE— ••X servica station/ 1B14 Tjrklns, low gallonage rent. No Inventory to purchase. Excellent opportunity »j operate your own business on small Inveshnent. Phone 242-2354 or 244-1522. tf l -C—INSTRUCTIONS U. f. CIVIL HRVICB TISTSI Men-women TB and over. Saeura fobs. High starting pay. Short hours. Advanea- ment. Preparatory training as long as required. Thousands of \cbs open. Exper. lence usually unnecessary. FREE Infer- matloo on |obs, salaries, requirements. Write TODAY giving name, address and phone. Lincoln Service, Box C -596, % Register-News. 1M4 OPPORTUNITY LEARN A SKILL Leant your way to better pay. Heavy equipment operators earn to $200 and more per week. We offer practical training on achjal equipment of various types. Booming construction protect demand skilled operators. Send name, ege, •ddress, telephone number and hours at Home for free brochure: UNITED SCHOOLS • «1 East Washington Sf, Chicago, IIU 60602 W-U 2—WANTED TO BUY WANTED—Small business. Write particulars and price to W. C. Blanken- shlp, 5436 Shreva Ave., St. Louis, Mis- sourl, 63115. '1-14 WANTED Small or large farm. Also wanted, cheap houses needing repair. Gale Knox. Phone 242-4985. tf GRAND OPENING this vi«ek. The Gift House, 6 miles north on Rt. 37. Italian decorator bottles, 99; mlnlahjre kerosene lamps, 99c pair; Early American sewing cabinets to $2.79, hand decorated Imported candles, ISc. Open Tuesday thru Sunday, 10 to 6. 11-19 FOR TRADE-One 1964 Chevrolet convertible; One 1965 Chevrolet, 2 door; One 1966 Chevrolet 4 door. Ail clean and priced right. Phona Everett Carpenter, 242-1525 or 242-3277. 11-18 FOR SALE-'57 Ford 2 door hardtop, new motor, stick In the floor, 279-4651. 11-16 15—LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—Three young black Angus cows. Guy Roney, Marlow. 11-15 FOR SALE—Polled Hereford feeder calves, Barnett, two miles north of Harmony. 11-14 FOR SALE—Shetland pony, 8 years old, 40 inches tall, gentle, with saddle. Call Woodlawn 735-2295. 11-15 WANT TO BUY—Feeder pigs, 40 lbs. up. Jim Gibson, Biuford, Dial 732-8156. 12-4 FOR SALE—1954 Chevrolet, white and black, 6 cylinder, $200. 242-9735 before 6 p.m. 11-14 FOR SALE-Set.of Henman headers, fits 54 - 62 6 cyl. Chev. 242-9735 before 6 p. m. 11-14 WAIVTED—Feeder pigs, will pick up at your farm, or deliver pigs to us Tuesdays. Ross Rollinson, Southern Illinois Feeder Pig Sales, Keil, Dial 534- I 6233 or 534-6291. tf i 16—PETS AND SUPPLIES FOR SALE—1962 Plymouth convertible, automatic, Torquefllta transmission. Phone 242-4007, 11-15 FOR "a lob well done feeling" deen carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. G. C. Murphy Co,, 909 Broadway. VWf EXCELLENT, efficient and economical, that's Blue Lustre carpet and upholster/ cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. Douglas Rexall Drugs. 11-19 ! • I FOR SALE—1959 Plymouth, V-8, 2 door, sedan, 150.00, 502 N. 7th. 11-14 FOR SALE—Used Zenith table model T .V. Phone 242-5967. 11-14 SEASONED OAK fireplace wood, $8.00 pickup toad. 242-4595. 11-14 UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS— Choice fabrics, outlet prices, large stock. REN- SHAWS. Corner Peach and 29th. 12-13 FOR SALE— 2 16.» 24 tires, 6 ply, like new, priced to sell. Donald Summers. Phone 736-2368. Evenings. 11-14 FOR SALE—Canna bulbs, large red bloom, with beautiful bronze foliage. L. D, Broyles, Benton Road. 11-15 BARGAINS—Living room suite, occasional chair, dinette table, shadow box room divider, «'A ft. high with mirror; bays size 9 shoe skates and case, like new trumpet and case; '52 Ford Vic torla. Shovm by appolnhnent only. 2424780. 1i-1S SEE AAARVIN at Ray TIbbs Imp. Special spark plugs 69c; all filters box of 3 71c ecah; bearings, seals, rings, piston and sleeve sets 25% hj 50% off. Buy genuine IH parts at low prices. Ray TIbbs Imp., Waltonvlllo Road, Mt. Vernon, IIL 11-17 PERMANENT anti freeze $1.38 gallon, shot sun shells $1.99 box, STP 75c per can; Hundreds of other Items at Col. Pete's, 3 miles north en Salem Road. IMS FOR SALE—Good timothy or alfalfa hay 6 miles out Richvlew Road, Verne Breeze, 73S-2741. 11-15 WANTED—To buy used propane tanks. ^' Phone 242-4359. Harper's Propane Srr- 1^ vice, Salem Road. tf FOR SALE—Go Kart, lots of accessories, 820 West Bend motor, lust overhauled. Dial 242-4297 or 242-1716. 11-15 FOR SALE—Electric hot water heater, baled straw 35c. Phone 244-0920. 11-15 FOR SALE—Redlner chair, while vinyl, $35.00, Phone 242-2194. 11-15 4—WANTED MISCEL. WANTED—1 or 2 pre school age children to care for In my home. 242-4200. 11-15 | WANTED—Ironings to do in my home. I Phone 242-0101. IMS WANTED—Siamese kitten. Call 1-7363583 after 3 p.m. 11-14 NEW DESIGNERS SAMPLES Lace in pastel colors. Velveteen by the yard. Johnnie's Remnant Shop, 1029 Old Airport Road, Mt. emon. 11-17 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 PUPPIES-Boston, Poodles, Pekingese, Dachshund, Terrlors, Scottles, Collies, Beagles, Siamese kittens, 712 E. Main, Marlon, 111. Phone 993-4920. 11-14 REGISTERED AKC MALE POODLE. White miniature, « months old. Dial 242-5691. 11-15 1962 FORD FAIRLANE, fordor, radio, heater, auto, trans. 100% warranty. Full price $799. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf POODLES, Schnauzers, Scottles, Pek ingese. Wires, Dachshunds, Bassets, I Cockers, German Shepherds, Beagles, i Sigwerth Kennels. Dial 244-2064. lUI '64 MERCURY Comet Caliente 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission, radio, heater, 100% warranty. Regency Motors, 242-6200, tf '63 CHEVY II Nova, 4 door sedan, « cylinder, straight transmission, 100% warranty, $699. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf '«4 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 Biscayne 4 door sedan, 4 cylinder, automatic transmission, $99>, 100% warranty. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf '61 PONTIAC Ventura 1 door hard top. radio, heater, 100% warranty, $799.00 full price. Regency Motors, 242-6200. tf '60 OLDSMOBILE 88, 4 door sedan. Radio, heater, new rebuilt engine and automatic transmission. Power steering, $799.00. 100% warranty. Regency Motors, 242-6200, tf WIRES, MINIATURE Schnauzers, Scotties, Pekingese, Chihuahua, Bassetts and B.)agies. Jeri-Elen Kennels. 242-0880. tf 16.A—HUNTING DOGS FOR SALE—Registered female beagles, 3-5 years old, $10 to $25 each. Dial 242-2579, Henry Riggs, Bonnie. 11-17 17—POULTRY FOR SALE—Hy-ilne hens 50c each. Roy Ham, Log Cabin Road. Phone 242-5967. 11-14 FOR SALE—Started pullets, Babcock B-300 year around. Sutton's Poultry Enterprise Inc. Phone 242-6389, Mt. Vernon, tf 18—BUILDING SUPPLIES 1958 FORD 4 door $199. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf 1957 DODGE 4 door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-6200. tf 1958 PLYMOUTH J door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf T9SB DESOTO $99. Regency Motors, Salem Road. 242-6200. tf 1958 CHEVROLET station wagon $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-6200. * tf 1955 STUDEBAKER Commander, 4 door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, tf TIMMONS AUTO SALES - Clean used cars for 35 years. Marvin L. Moore, salesman. Walni't Hill, 532-4073. tf FOR SALE—One beautiful $500 four coat, like new $75; one new $50 spring and fall coat $25.00, size 42. Two winter coats, size 14, cheap. Call 485-2562 Ashley after 6 p.m. 11-14 WANTED TO BUY-1956 to 1959 model car. In good condition, standard transmission, 6 or 8 cylinder. Dial 244-0308. i 11-14 I WANTED-Good home for puppies. Ye 'Ole Market. 1507 S. 10th. 11-12 WANTED—Custom combining beans or corn, also hauling. Dial 242-3795 or see Don Chapman, Liberty Road. 11-15 CUSTOM COMBINING and hauling. Larry Seidel, R. I Biuford. Phone 7554713. 11-14 CHRISTMAS CARDS, reasonably priced, name imprinted no extra charge. MYERS THE PRINTER, College at 17th. 11-29 BAT::ROOM OUTFITS—Sold and Ind- stalled. Back hoe digging for water lines and septic tank holes. Call 244-2745. tt 1962 PONTIAC Safari 4 door station wagon, auto-trans., radio, heater, power steering, air condition. Full price $1199,00. 100% warranty. Regency Motors, 2426200. tf 13.A—HOUSE TRAILERS ST. CLAIR MOBILE HOME SALES, Rt. 37 South Salem, III, See the best In Mobile Home living at St. Oair. Also discount on new 10' and 12' wide, over 6 mo, old. Over 40 new and used to chose from. Check on a good deal frtxn St. Clair before you buy. tf BE SURE-insure with the Golden Rule Hospital Plan. Louis FItts, Box 544, Mt. Vernon. 242-0668. tf WANTED—Painting, decorating end carpenter work. Phone 242-6293. tf ALTERATIONS AND TAILORING for men and women. 242-4707. 12-1 PARTS for all electric shavers, 24 hour servic Most models. Clark Jewelers, no North Ninth. tf >t." of rugs, carpets, cash and carry prices. The Karpet Korner, 12th and Jordan, Mt. Vernon. ff CUSTOM BUTCHERING and complete | processing. Also will frwze, pick-up and 9.A«>HEATING & PLUMBING jellver. Phone 732-2941, After 3:00 p.m. f32-8743. tf PLAST'-RING by contract or by hour. Free estimates, 15 ye»rs experience. Dial 244-1765. 11-18 FOR RENT 5—APARTMENTS FOR RENT— 2 bedroom unfurnished apartmenU West part, phona 244 -0771. 11-15 FOR SALE— Nearly new coal furnace. Dial 242-5662. IMS PAY $200 equity and taks over payments of like new 1965 Richardson 10'x55'. Already set up. 242-0982. tf FOR RENT— 1 traHer lot 50'xl65'. Call 242-4509 after 7 p.m. Gobei 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. Sea or call us today for Immediate coverage, terms. Stewart Mobllehomes, 242-0982. 12-3 FLOOR TILE, WALL TILE, Asphalt, Vinyl asbestos, pure Vinyl plastic. Ceramic adheslves, etc. Tile Supply Co., 1419 S. 10th. 242-5809. tf 19.^REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—3 bedroom home, modern except heat. $75 down, $35 month. 1315 S. IBth. 11-17 FOR IMMEDIATE SALE—Terms. Owner Granite City. Make offer. Good 4 room modern house, washroom, garage. 914 S. 25. 242-4985. 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 LOST—Black and white female cur dog, °'''' "'"'' P^^'y Call 242-0220. 7],]5 LOST OR STRAYED In vicinity of 1215 S. 24th. lemon and white setter bird dog, has Ed Peterson's name on collar. Dial 242-2256. after 5 p.m. 11-16 LOST—Deerskin, fur-Ilned hood. Lost east of town on Alrporf Road. Dial 242-0496. Reward, 11.14 LOST—Grandmothers gold charm bracelet, 4 charms. Dial 242-0844. Reward. 11-16 LOST OR STRAYED-Bionde male, part Perslon cat In vicinity of George St. Answers "Taffy." Reward. 242-3692. 11-16 LOST—Bassett hound, female, full grown, reddish brown color. Reward. Roy KIssner, Wayne City. Phone 895-2357. 11-74 23—FOUND FOUN13—Hound dog, black and white, male. Dial 242-3932. 1M5 24—RUMMAGE SALES THREE FAMILY RUMMAGE SALE— Wed., Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. til 4 p.m. Portable T.V., end table, clothing, toys and miscellaneous. In basement at 2019 Cherry (at rear). Everyone welcome. 11-15 RUMMAGE SALE-7208 Wllshlre, Monday (tonight), 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. rest of week 9 to 5 p.m. IMS BAZAAR AND RUMMAGE SALE— Community Center, Nov. 17, 8 a. m| 3 p.m. Some new chlldrens, womens rain boots, nice bazaar Items for Christmas gifts. 11-17 26—BEAUTY SHOPS By AL CHANG DAU TEENG. South Viet Nam (AP) — The U.S. Amy's Wolfhounds, the ??th Infantry of the 25th Division, have seen some of the hardest fighting of tlie-war since they came to Viet Nam last Jamiary. None of It was tougher than this weekend. They fought a dogged enemy in jungle so thick a man could hardly see five yards in any direction. They held on grimly as automatic weapons fire ripped into their positions and exploding mines sent bits of metal screaming through the tangled vines. They didn't flinch as six charging Commumst assaults attempted to overrun them. The Wolfhounds were among U.S. infantrymen fgihting the battle for Tay Ninh Province along with the 196th Light Infantry Brigade and troops of the "Big Red One." the U.S. Ist Division. It Is believed that most ot a crack Viet Cong division makes up the enemy force. The fighting built up Thursday and continued over the Weekend, erupting- at scattRred points in this tangled terrain some 60 miles northwest of Saigon. Heroism was commonplace. In the midst of one enemy assault, a young lieutenant clambered to his feet and asked his men in a low, controlled voice: "Are any ol you hurt? Are you all right?" One company of the Wolfhounds was cut off, surrounded by the enemy troops that swarmed through the brush. The fate of the Americans was in doubt lor a time. Then came a radio message from the center of the fighting: "We can take care of our own." When another company broke through, they found the bodies of the dead and the wounded of both sides intermingled. The outnumbered company was still lighting, and It had taken care of its own. •nie ways ol jungle combat that the Americans learned in almost a year of action in Viet Nam paid off here. They answered with deadly fire every thrust and charge by a foe they have learned to respect. After one Communist charge, a veteran American sergeant said: "They're fighting .tor their lives, and they're damn good." But the American infantrymen were good, too. Maj. Guy S. Meloy HI ol College Station, Tex., commander of the 27(h Infantry's 1st Battalion, saw it this way; "My men arc beautiful. They are the most magnificent fighters I have ever seen." Meloy wore a bandage covering gashes in his right arm. Hit, by shrapnel a short time before, he ignored the wound and refused to be evacuated. "My job is here with my men," he said. Politics Is A Winner-Take- All Game NOVEMBER SPECIAL—Dress up Thanksgiving with a J8.50 permanent for U.SO. 305 S. nth, 242-1414. 11 -30 27—CAR LICENSE FAST AUTOMOBILE LICENSE SERVICE effective Dec. t; 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. 242-4<92; Gale Knox, 242-4985. Wanted Springfield riders. M ORDER YOUR auto and truck license now. We will have them for you December first. Stewart Mobllehomes, 2420982. 12..3 30—SPECIAL NOTICE FREE COFFEE and cookies now til Christmas. Singer Sewing Center, 12« N. 9th. 12-14 THE DEWITT LUMBER CO. Gift Shop presents distinctive gift ware. 102-10* S. 17th. 12-12 WEST SALEM SCHOOL CHILI SUPPER and carnival, Friday, November 18. 5 to 9. Adults 75c, children 35c. 11-17 By HAL BOVI4E NEW YORK (AP) — Jumping to conclusions: College professors may be tyrants in the classixjom but they are usually more henpecked at home than other husbands. The least henpecked males are plumbers, house painters, and hair dressers probably because thry deal with women all the time and have lew illusions about them. Nothing is duller than a sexy book written by a hack writer in the obvious hopes of making a million dollars from it A woman who overprides herself on her housekeeping is a museum curator at heart. A house that is eternally neat has an embalmed quality, and is about as uneasily restful as the viewing room in a funeral home. Life has to have some disorder to be interesting. •The surest way to wreck an enemy, if he is a poor man, is to give him thi^ee expensive gifts he can't affoi-d — such as a $750 watch, a $1,500 color television and hi-i5 set, and a Rolls-Royce. He will die rather than give them up, and work himself to death trying to meet the upkeep and repair bills. Guys who wear colorful bird feathers at the side of their hats are usually lousy lovers — wid also chronically overdue in their payments to the finance company. More and more newspaper readers now read from the back page to the front — so they can read the bad news last. One of the big differences between men and women is that men have less fear of looking awkward. A right-handed man will try to pour water from a heavy pitcher held in his left hand, if the pitchw happens to be at his left; a woman rarely, if ever, attempts this. Stenographers say that at least one middle-aged guy in every business office is now secretly tinting liis hair to make him look younger. If you want to know which guys in youi- office are doing it, ask any ol the girls. They all know. A majority of Bowery bums Since the 1960's, farm productivity has zoomed a spectacular 7.7 percent a year, the United States Department ol Agriculture reports. FOR SAL£ FAIRLANE V-B Fordor — Lett than 6500 Miles. 1965 FORD Phont 242.5164 FOR SALE—4 bedrooms, large living room with fireplace, dining room, den, 2'/i baths, modern kitchen, completely carpeted, basement. 810 Oakland, 2424013. tf 79-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. Giela Hail, 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. 11-15 SMALL HOUSEHOLD appliances ->palr- ed, 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. 11-14 FOR SALE—Used coal stoker, good con' dltlon. See or call Denny Hassakis, at Blue Goose Tavern, 242-9709. 11-12 EDDIE MIFFLIN'S Atlas Heating Service features new and used furnaces, fpec- lo:Ized tervicc. Installation, cleaning. 242-5998. 11-14 9 -B->AppllancM FOR RENT— 2 bedroom, unfurnished apartmenh wall to wall carpeting, new paneling. Birch cabinets, tile bath. Very nice, 2 blocks from downtown, heat and water furnlshad. North. Ground floor., FOR CLEARANCE—Used electric range, used gai ranges, used console TVs; new floor sample, G. E. clothes dryer; floor sample, G. E. maple console stereo. All bargain priced. Use our easy pay plan. Goodyear Service (tor*. 1212 HEAT TAPES, roof coating, gas furnace repair parts, steps, new furnaces, gas and electric water heaters, sewer connections, and various other mobllehome parts. We repair and level mobllehomes. CaJl us today for free estimate. Stewart Mobllehomes, 242-0982. 12-3 Today at STEWART MOBILEHOMES you can buy the world's best seller: NEW MOON at a very special price. 10'x47' tor $2995, $300 down, $61.57 per month; 12'x51' for $3950. $400 down, $76.13 per month. Payments Include mobile- home Insurance end credit llle Insurance. These fine homes feature wonderful gas heat, storm windows, complete furnishings, three Inch walls, full thickness of Armstrong fiberglass liwulallon, roof rafters and studding on sixteen Inch centers, Code building, plus many extras, Cuarmteed for one full yeer. Delivery and set-up tree. See Uf today while fhl( special factory Hie ti going on. CTEVWMT MOBILIHOMES ttUUO. tf ( EXHAUST PIPE, mufflers, tali pipes installed. We give Eagle stamps. South Side Gulf, 1001 S. lOfh. Dial 242-9856. 11-14 LAWN MOWER grinding, motors repaired. Hand SAWS filed. KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge, til Soulh IBth 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 244-2615, Night 242-3104. ff FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING. Free estimates and delivery. B and B Upholstery. 934 York Road. Phone 242«10« cr 244-2989. tf SPRAY your home for roaches, water bugs, ants, fleas and other Insecti. Price WANTED—Fuller Brush Co. customers. Call 242-4952 or 242-0454. 12-10 MONDAY'S MARKET at the Jefferson County Sale Barn. 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 vrere steady with last week. Best butcher cows going at 15.50 to 14.50. 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. 111., had a load of mixed fed steers end heifers going at 22.80 to 23.70; Archie Sager, Texico, mixed cattle with Hoistein steers going at 21.60 to 23,50; E. H. Bennett, Ewing, 111., one big bull at 21.30; Clarence Hodges, heavy sows up to 17.20; Richard Donoho, Biuford, mixed warmed up cattle. Including some Holstelns, going at 20.00 to 23.10, 4 black heifers, weighing 785, went at 22.00; Carl Morgan, Mt. Vernon, III., had 13 heifers, weighed 685, went at 22.30; George Mulch, Mt. Vernon, 111., v«nt at 15.30 to 16.20; Earl Pearce, Biuford, 1 steer at 23.00; Carl Schnider, Centralla, III., 1 fat heavy bull, weighed 1635 at 20.tO, 6 steers weighed 433 lbs., went At 34.30. The hog market was steady, with last week. Consign your live stock where there is active and competitive bidding and order buyers, packer buyer* end 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 P.M. radio on. 11-14 No hunting or trespassing on property of Walter Yearwood, Tolle Road to Jaycee Lake. 11-14 NO HUNTING on the Fkirence Tweed farm and violator* will be prosecuted. 11-14 NOTICE—Enrollment Is open for new Blue Cross-Blue Shield members through the Jefferson County HIA. For Information contact Alma Humphrey, 420 North itreet, Mt. Vernon or call 2440523. 11-23 CAMPBELL AAATTRESSES, Merrlman't At Ina, 111. Open Mon., Wed., FrI. only 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. If SHOPPERS INiERIOR LATEX PAINT 8 Beautiful Colon And White Largt supply, no limit. Not a $6.99 A A value, but truly o $2.99 value. ^ • Come ond Savo. I DILLON'S PAINT STORE 705 South 10th Dial 244-1184 Forking In Tht Roor Time Bomb On Ship Kills Captain SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) - A tanker, with its captain and a motorman dead and seven other crewmen injured from a time bomb explosion, anchored early today off Astoria, Ore. where a search was made for other bombs. A demolition team from the Naval Ammunition Depot at BaiTgor, Wash., was flown to Astoria to search the tanker. The team was summoned after a Columbia River pilot taken aboard outside the mouth of the river reported another device resembling a bomb had been found in the master's cabin, and the crew thought there might be more aboard. The 535-foot Liberian vessel, the Grand Integrity, was off the Oregon coast Sunday, headed to South Korea from Longview, Wash., when the bomb which killed the captain, Ho Lien-siu, and the motorman, Chiu Yungjye, exploded. are victims of "momism." They may have deserted wife and children without a pang, but il you ask them about their dear old mothers they break into sentimental teai-s. Girls who wear coral bead necklaces are usually more romantic than girls who wear fake or real pearls. Greedy girls pine for pearls. It's a smart secretary toda>- who drinks one less martini for lunch than her boss doas. The biggest thing to feel grateful about on Thanksgiving Day nowadays- is that it still leaves a fellow nearly a month fo look for a place to park hLs car while he does his Christmas shopping. The dollar-making process begins with the delivery of sheets of special paper made of cotton and linen and marked with the distinctive red and blue fibers that are the bane of counterfeiters. The paper is printed first on one side, then the other, trimmed, cut into individual bills, wrapped, bundled, and delivered to Federal Resei-ve Banks across the nation. 'The Wonder of Nature" MYSTERIA Grows Like Magic! Needs No Sun, No Soil, No Water! ONLY Each 31—MONUMENTS FOR A NICE SELECTION of ProtettanI and Cathode designed monumentt- Comi to »(» Silim RM4, Mt. vtnwn. 11 City „ „ « $»,...„ Zip.— in lota of five (6 for $1) (13 for $3) (30 for $4) Here'* one of the most amazing flewert aver Impertedl At deliute at a tulip or rote, this Mnutienel MYSTIRIA (Crocus Zonita) will giaw end bloom to megnificieni, colorful beeuly abieluloly without tun, toil or wetor. Ju«t put thorn on • tible, bookehoK or window ledge—end in • few weaVt, thoy will bloom with gorgeous big blouome In avory thido of blue from loft lilec to deop, royal purple. Tall 4 la 4" aiamt. Up I* 4 bloeme from ovary bulb. Ideal at glftt that will amtia •veryone. Ifi a good idea to order at least a doion. SEND NO MONEY. On delivery pay price above plus COD charges. W* pay postage on prepaid orders. If not 100% satisfied, |ust return the shipping label for refund of purchase price . . . you keep tho bulb*. MINIMUM ORDER OF S RUIBS. HOUSE OF WESLEY RR T Sept. 457S-«fO NURSERY PIVISION lloomlngten. III. 41701 Send mo Mystoria iulbs • frepaid • COD Name „ _ Address City _ - $t,...- Zip i 1964 Crown Imperial 4 door hardtop, air conditioned, full power, factory warranty. One owner, traded in on new Imperial. s&w MOTOR CO. 1101 Salem Road Delivers this Toastmaster Broiier-Rotisserle IT'S SMOKELESS! Now you can enjoy the wonderful outdoor fun and flavor of summertime barbecues all year long! Use this electric Broiler-Rotisserie in-i doors or outdoors. You'll create deli-! clous, eye-appealing meals with ease; No messy charcoal. And best of all, the ToaslmaMer Broiler-Rotisserie is smokeless and spatter-free. As a Rotisserie, it turns out roasts,, ham or fowl with perfect flavor. Or use it as a broiler for mouth-watering steaks, chops or hamburgers. Clean up? Simple! The stainless steel drip tray and chrome-plated grill are designed for quick washing. Legs a nd heati ng element wipe dean with a damp cloth. $2995 JUST •S" DOWN IT'S 0U> BUSINESS TO SERVE YOU WTTft Mg^X POWER SZmJ COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS WANTED Rapidly expanding soft drink operation seeking 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. Chicogo, Illinois 60632 COMPLETE AUTO BODY SERVICE WE HANDLE EVERY MAKE OF CAR No matter what the size or make of your car, our expert body men con moke it look like new. For Free Estimates Call or Ask For: Bob Robinett or Dean Newell BROADWAY AUTO BODY Phone 242-3141 313 East Broadway iPAY NOW BEFORE BILLS PILE UP, and still make your pay check stretcht Our Financial Counselor will work out a Financial Fitness Plan to solve just about any money problem, large or smalL Tbtal all your needs. Then use the chart to see how sensible your monthly pay^ ment can be. Need cash for doctor/ dentist, or for any other good purpose? witli a LOAN FROM CREDITHRIFT CASH YOU MONTHLY NO.' RECIIVI PAYMENT MO. % 300 $ 17.13 24 500 27.22 24 1000 42.32 30 1S00 63.49 30 2500 92.35 36 3500 104.94 48 5000 129.09 60 rayiBMU In ihl, ed Intlaia prtnelMl and (hiirg*! en Igant II paid on tchtd* ulm but do nof Includ* diargtf for Cr»dl» lite cr AccldinI and Health Iniuranct. KEEP FINANCIALLY FIT WITH A LOAN FROM OFAMEMICA RON AISSIE, Mgr. —Phone 242-0210 Ground Floor of Roger's Buildiing JOOO Moin^Mh y«rnon

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