Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 15, 1966 · Page 6
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Mt Vernon, Illinois
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1966 Supreme Court Moon Rocket Shuns Hair Spat To Be Tested WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supremo Court refused today 1o get: into the argument over pro- periety of extra-long hair and' beai-ds on students. Three men students of the Richmond. Vii., Pi-ofcssional Institute asked ilic highest tribunal to strike <io\vii an in^ititute nrdcr tliat they get shaves and hair cuts hofoi-o being registered for a new temi. Refusing to got the barbering, the three s.iid they were denied constitutional riijhts of self- expression and to be left alone, end insisted the institute ban amounted to cruel and unusual punishment. Judge John W. Knowles of Richmond Circuit Court refused the three an injunction against HUNTSVILLE. Ala. (AP) - T\ie Boeing Co. plaivs another test firing of the mightiest U.S. i\)cket — the Saturn V moon booster — in the first of two tests of Saturn-family fii-st stages at Marshall Space Flight Center this week. Tlie Saturn V fii-st stage was scheduled for ignition today. At full power the Saturn V develops 7.5 million pounds of thrust. Furniture Stock Burns In Sterling STERUNG, m. (AP) — Fire caused extensiv.e damage to a row of business buildings today in Sterling's downtown district. Hai-dest hit were the store and warehouse of the Prescott and Sisson Furniture Co, whose officials estimated their loss at $100,000. The firm had a large inventory of furniture and household appliances in preparation for the Christmas shopping season. Two taverns wore burned out and the Masonic Temple nearby reported smoke damage. Firemen from Sterling, Dixon, Rock Falls and Milledgeylllc brought the fire under control about four hours after it was discovered. i A railroad switching cicw no-- ticed flames in the buildings and turned in an alarm. I The fire was in tlie 100 block of West Tliird Street. MAYTAG tup (1p|)pji(ia|,|e .iiitoiiiatirs AUTHORIZED SALES - SERVICE - PARTS - the ban. stating: "The court finds that the rule is reasonable and in no sense arbitrary. Plain common sense dictates that evei-y educational institution, public or private, must set up and require obsei-v- ance of standards of conduct for its personnel — administrative, faculty and students. To argue that 'appearance* is not included within the terms 'decorum' and 'conduct' in these circumstances is to ignore the fact that orderly management of an institution necessarily includes the preservation of discipline therein.- The appeal to the Supreme Court was filed by Norman Thomas Marshall, Richmond; Robert D. Shoffner, Charlottesville; Salvatore Federico, Ai- lington, Va. LEGAL NOTICES I wish to thank every one who worked, supported and voted for me as your state representative. 1 will be all the people's representative in the 58th dis­ trict. THANK YOi; ALL Harold Stedelin (Pd. Adv.) RAMSEY REALTY 704 Main Street Assume 5V4% loan, very good condition 2 bedroom home, large living room carpeted, gas heat, corner tot, equipped for a one operator beauty shop. Good location West part. 70 A. improved farm, no buildings, close in NW. 6 room older home, corner lot, choice 18th street location. New 3 bedroom home Spring Garden. 160 A. unimproved farm West. immediate possession—3 bedroom, family room, many extras $16,000. West. 3 bedroom older home, basement, gas heat, large living roopi and dining room, close in $9500.00. 70 acres, 6 room modern home Salem Road. For Rent: 3 bedroom brick home, Lincoln School $150. and 4 room house $45. 80 acre farm $10,000. Bargain. CHAS. and ORA RAMSEY, Realtors 242-3212 STATE OF ILLINOIS J )SS. COUNTY OF JEFFERSON ) In the Circuit Coui't of Jefferson County, Illinois. Edna Irene Capps, Plaintiff -vs- Lillie M. Anderson et al, Defendants NO. 66 -CH -129 IN CHANCERY NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Notice is given ^you, Lillie M. Anderson, defendant, that this case has been commenced in this Court against you and other defendants, asking for division and pai-tition of the premises described as follows, to-wit: Lot 21 in A. H. Polk's Second Addition to the City of Mt. Vernon, Jefferson County, Illinois, and for other relief. Unless you file your answer or othei-wise file your appearance in this case in the office of the clerk of this Court in the County Courthouse at Mt. Vernon, Illinois, on or before December 8, 1966, a judgment or decree by default may be taken against you for the relief asked in the complaint. JERRY Gorr. Circuit Clerk ~ CRAIG & CRAIG Attorneys for Plaintiff P. 0. Drawer C Mt. Vernon, Illinois Telephone A/c 618 242^10. 11-22 OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT JEFFERSON COUNTY, nUNOIS Clarence A. Kempter and Helen P. Kranpter, Petitioners, VS. Kenneth C. Thompson, Kai-en Mary Tliompson and Valerie Ann Thompson, Defendants. No. <6-F-40 Petition for adoption of a minor named Valerie Ann Thompson. PUBLICATION NO-nCE Tlie requisite affidavit for pul>- lication having been filed, notice is hereby given to you, Kenneth C. Thompson, that Clarence A. Kempter and Helen F. Kempter filed a petition in the office of the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois, for the adoption of a minor named Valerie Ann Tliompson; that summons was duly issued, returnable as provided by law, and that said petition is still pending. Now, miless you, the said defendant, file your answer, or otherwise make your appearance in said cause, held in tile Courthouse in the City of Mt. Vernon, County of Jefferson, State of Illinois, on or before the 16th day of December, 1966, default may be entered against you at any time thereafter, and a decree of adoption entered in accoi-dance with the prayer of said petition. (SEAL) JERRY B. GOTT JOE FRANK AIXEN, Attorney for Petitioners Mt. Vernon City Building Mt. Vernon, Illinois. Phone 2444X325. 11-29 SEE JAMISON FIRST COZY COMFORT— Enjoy comfortable automatic heat, econom-' ical due to insulation, storm windows end double siding. 3 bedrooms, garbage disposal, living room drapes. 2708 CHERRY— Well constructed, 2 bedroom home, very reasonable gas heat, storm windows, awnings, attic storage. 18+ ACRES with older type form home, North of Mt. Vernon. 3105 PEACH— beautiful ranch, 3 bedrooms, newly decorated, new living room carpet, potto, spacious built-in bath with vanity. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY awaits you in a beautiful, large Jiomesite at most attractive terms. OTHER FINE HOMES 2 TO 5 BEDROOMS JAMISON REAL ESTATE 1116 Main Phone 2424)372 STATE OF ILLINOIS > )SS. COUNTY OF JEFFERSON ) In the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois. Illinois Lease Operating, Inc.. Plaintiff vs. Alan J. Davis and SOHIO Petroleum Company, A Corporation, Defendants No. 66-CII.77 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Public notice is hereby given that in pursuance of a decree of sale entered by the Circuit Court of Jefferson County, Illinois, in the above entitled cause on October 27, 1966, I, Dewey E. Barton, Sheriff of said County, will on tlie 2nd day of December, 1966, beginning at the hour of 10:00 a.m., at the South door of the County Courf House in Mt. Vernon, Illinois, sell at public vendue to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand, the following described propertj'. viz.. An undivided 1/16 interest ill the oil and gas leasehold estate, material, equipment and supplies used in the production of oil and gas as to the Whitson Lease No. m5205, covering East five aci-es of NVz SWV. NWVi and NW14 .NW% and NE% NWVi, Section 21, Township 1 South, Range 3 East, Jefferson County, Illinois, together with oil runs and subject to operating expenses from September 1, 1966, and said sale shall be witirout warranty of title and no assignment shall l>e delivered without approval and confirmation of any sale hereunder by said Court. Dated at Mt. Vernon, Illinois, this 7th day of November. 1966. DEWEY E. BARTON, Sheriff of Jefferson County, Illinois. CRAIG & CRAIG Attorneys for plaintiff P. 0. Drawer C Mt. Vernon. Illinois Telephone 242-3310 A-c tilS. 11-22 Monday's Fights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOUSTON — Cassius Clay, 212%, Louisville, Ky., stopped Cleveland Williams, 210Vi. Houston, 3. Clay retained world heavyweight title. Ustinov -No Girth Control By BOB THOMAS Al' Movle-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — "Succotash," said Peter Ustinov, peering over the menu of the Disney Studio commissary. "What is succotash." He was told that it was a combination of com and lima beans. "So that's what it is!" he exclaimed. "And I always thought succotash was an obscure battle of your Civil War." The double Academy winner- supporting awards for "Spartacus." 1960, "Topkapi," 1965- vvas in excellent Ustinov form- puckish, provocative, rotund. "I really don't eat very much." "Then how do you explain your Kirth?" "When I was a baby, we had no girth control". His size seems fitting for his current assignment, the title role of "Blackbeard's Ghost," and he looked properly piratical in his bandanna and buccaneer's costume. He also seems well suited to the philosopher's robes in "Barefoot in Athens," the Nov. 11 NBC special in which he played Socrates. It was his first ventiu-e into television drama since he played Samuel Johnson on an early "Omnibus" program. As usual, the Ustinovian career is proceeding in all directions. Currently in release is "The Lady L," which he wrote and directed and also played a small role. "I have a book of short stories called 'Frontiers of the Sea,' which is being published this month," he reported. "Two new plays of mine will soon be produced in London—'The Unknown Soldier and His Wife," which is being done by the Royal Shakespeare Company, and "Halfway Up the 'Ti-ee.' Also in Ustinov's future is a novel. It concern's the sheriff of a small Southern town who wins a European trip and gets into an argument in an English pub with the Communist shop steward of a local union. "The shei^ iff shoots the man out of habit," said the author. "The rest of the book concerns the English government's dilemma of how to punish him for doing what conies naturally." "Blackbeard's Gliosl" is tlie first Hollywood film for Ustinov since the debacle of "John Goldfarb. Please Come Home" (."I had an inclination it would tum out badly because we were enjoying it too much." BOSTON - Pete Toro, 147%, New York, outpointed Ted Whitfield, 147. Amherst, Mass., 10. YOU Con Avail Yourself of the Services Offered by This Agency- Our Many Years of Expcrienrt Are Yours For A Coll. VIRGIL T. BAILEY. INC. BRICK AND ALUMINUM $IDING RAKICH. Wtll builr 7 room modern rinch horn*—lincoln lehool district; w/w carpeting throughout, largo living room, panelled family room and dining room, 3 badroomi, i ceramic tiled baths, beautiful provincial built in cabinets, built in itove and oven. Garbage disposal, double garage with panelled walls; large lot. Immediate possession. EASY TERMS. To a good responsible parly will buy this lovely 3 bedroom all modern ranch home, carpeted living room, built in cabinets, ceramic tiled bath; full deep basement, gas furnace. Fine location west. Immediate possession. Will SEll OR TRADE-levely brick 4 room all modern heme; hard, wood floors, built in cabinets, built in bath, newly decorated inside and out, utility room, gas furnace; garage. Immediate pesteision. West side location. $S00 DOWN, balance like rent buys 5 room all modern home, South 24th street; carpeted living room and dining room, nice built In cabinets, built in bath, gas heat; full lot. Nicely decorated Inside and out. Garage. Priced to sell. NEW IISTING—5 room all modern brick home; w/w carpeting throughout, spacious living room, dining room, beautiful kitchen with new built in cabinets, bath. Ml deep basement all finished, large screened in porch; extra large garage, oil heat. North 12th street. Lincoln school district. Immediate possession. PRICED TO SEll—lovely older 4 bedroom all modern home; carpeted living room and dining room, spacious family room with fireplace, big kitchen with an abundance of built in cabinets, garbage disposal, new stainless steel sink, hardwood fleers, 2 built in baths, new gas hot water healing system, new gas hot water heater; double garag», corner lot. Immediate posssession. 1125 OAKLAND AVENUE, large older family home; spacious living room with fireplace, dining room, nice kitchen with many built ins, Panellad breakfast room, 2 baths, 3 bedrooms, 1 master bedroom with fireplace, bntrntnt, gas heal; extra large lot, big carport. Priced to sell. ONLY $14,500.00 buys lovely 6 room efficiency all modern ranch home; nicety decorated inside end out. large living room, built in cabinets, dining room, IV: baths, 3 bedrooms, well landscaped lot. 2805 Casey. ONLY $15,500.00 buys f> room all modern ranch home with basiomenl; carpeted living room, beautiful built in cabinets, ceramic tiled built in bath, family room in basement with panelling, garage. Immediate possession. West tide location in the West Salem school district, FHA Loans and Gl Leans Availabf* We will make you a CASH OFFER for your Home or Farm VIRGIL T. BAILEY, Inc. Tenth and Harrison — Phone 242-4380 "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" Luci Flies Back To Capital For Father's Surgery SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) Luci Johnson Nugent, the President's 19-year-old married daughter, is flying back to Washington to be with her father during his surgery this week. She'll join Mrs. Johnson and older sister, Lynda, at Bethesda Naval Medical Center during the President's operations to remove a throat growth and repair an incision hernia. The President's surgery is scheduled for early Wednesday morning, but he will enter the hospital Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Johnson, as she did during the President's gall bladder operation a yeai* ago, will move into the hospital suite to stay throughout her husband's hospitalization. The President said he timed his return to Washington today so his wife could keep an aftei-- noon engagement at the White House. The First Lady's date turned out to be tea with 150 women, 80 of them from Texas who ai-e in Washington to make plans for a women's pavilion at the 1968 Hemis-Fair International Exposition to he held in San Antonio, Tex. The 116 wins amassed by ihe 1906 Chicago Cubs still stands as the major league record for most victories in one season. Phone Ring Turns Up TV DECATUR, 111. (AP) — The Leland Davis family of Decatur became victims of the machine age when they bought a remote-control television. The Davis Family also had a new telephone installed last week. For a while they thought an electi'onlc phantom had moved in with them. When the phone would ring once, the volume of the television went up. A second ring turned the sound up even higher. One more ring and the set turned itself off or began changing channels. One day of this was enough and the Davis family brought In a telephone repairman. The repairman tried several different phones, but a ring from each one sent the TV haywire. A call to the company which produced the set proved futile since they had never heard of such a thing happening. Finally, the phone repairman brought sanity back to the Davis household. He determined that the frequency of the phone bell was the same as the 15,0 (X1- to-18,000-cycle frequency of the TV's remote control unit. A bit o£ firmly-placed electrical tape on the telephone bell muted the ring to a different pitch, and the Davis family finally settled down to some enjoyable viewing. Coach Carmen Cozza of Yale lias 22 lettermcn on hi^ Eli eleven. OPEN HOUSE November 18 and 19 Hopkins Ford Tractor Highway 460 East Refreshments! Free Prizes! Grand NEW TRACTOR (Miniature) (No Purchase Necessary) Hookins Ford Tractor Highway 460 East Investors* Corner 3 goals to consider before you buy stocks... free investment guide It's estimated that more than 20 million people own shares in American business. Possibly you are one of them. Or perhaps you are just beginning to see yourself in the role of investor and are considering putting some of your funds to work in the market. * • * Right now, you may be puzzling the question of what your investment goal should be. Your answer may be in the following: * * * GROWTH: Yoor goal may be to benefit from your investment in later years—perhaps to help finance a college education, to cushion your retirement years, even to treat your family to some long-talked-about luxury. * # * So you consider common stocks of companies which strike you as having good prospects of growing. Although the past doesn't guarantee the future, many common stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange have grown impressively through the years. * * * {Healthy growth is one thing; the dazzle of the "high flyers'" may be another. The one sure thing is that stock prices ebb and fiow for many reasons, so there is risk in any investment.) * * m INCOME: If your ambition is to spice your regular income with dividends, your interest may focus on a stock's dividend record and prospects. Possibly preferred stocks or bonds. * * * Some 500 stocks listed on the Exchange have paid quarterly dividends for 20 years or more without a miss. * # # SAFETY: If your circumstances suggest a more conscrvatiTe tack, then you would weigh the relative safety of principal combined with a good yield that high-grade preferred stocks or bomb might offer. * * • Settling your mind on a realistic goal isjust one of/our guidelines that wise investors usually follow. * * # A second is to consider investing only money you don't. expect to need in the foreseeable future, for living expenses and emergencies. * * # A third is to ask your broker for facts and advice in appraising a company s business picture before applying yourjudgment. * * * The fourth guideline is to use the services of a registered representative in a member firm of the Exchange. He's not infallible—-who is7—but his knowledge of investing can often help light your way. Own your ahare of American buaineas Members New York Stock Exchange Send/or Free Booklet: "STOCKS ON THE BIG BOARD ," new 32-page guide groups more than 900 stocks by industry for easy coroparison;. l ^ts you check growth in earnings per share, yield, dividends «ad other vital statistics. Valuable to both new and cxperieqced iavcilors. Mail (o a member firm of the New York Stock Exchange in yoiir community, or to New York Stock Exchange. Dept. 6-SE, P.O. iex 1070. New York, N.Y. 10001. NAME. ADDRESS. CITY. .JTATE. .Zir CODE. Johnny Cain, an assistant football coach at the Univoreity of Mississippi, captained tiie 1932 Alabama football team under Coach Frank Thomas. Alabama has won the most Southeastern Conference football titles. The Crimson Tide won six times and tied for the crown twice. 4-Oz. SAYELLE ORLON YARNS Large Selection Of Colors $1^9 Reg. $1.59 Value • SKEIN 24-Pc. Set Service of $^95 6 Stainless Steel ^ Tableware KNIVES—FORKS—SPOONS Boxed CHRISTMAS CARDS 5Q For $100 Box URGE SELECTION Xmos Gift Wrap Xmas Curl Ribbon Xmas Tags-Cards-Seals CHAIR SEATS 49< KING SIZE TV SNACK TRAY TABLES Reg. $1.49 $|19 JUST RECEIVED — LARGE SELECTION PLASTIC DRAPES AAif COTTAGE SETS So^ UMMER C 5c-10c-$1.00 STORE 4m COMPLETE VARIETY STORE 212—214 South 9fh WE GET THE JOB DONE! LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US— OuttUnding 6 room ranch; aluminum liding, nictly dtcoraled, w/w cirpettd living room, beautiful buih in kitchen, ttova and *nn, t- bedrMint, nici cloMtt, utility tpaca, gai hMt, central eir cendMana^ iform cellar; attached garage. No. 50 Crownviaw Drive. Only $15,000. SpitioMt t room brick ranch; w/w carpet! huge living room, fireplace, dining space, 3 large bedroami, IVi ceramic filed baths, roomy ceramic tiled kitchen, fine baaement with playroom; central air conditioned, oil heat, attached garage—lincoln school diitricl. No. « North Highland east. Ooed i room bungalow, built in kitchen cabinett, bath, 3 bedroom!, basement, stoker heat; garage—508 south 18th street. Only $5,350. Excellent S room bricV; can be used as a duplex, fireplace, nice built in kitchens, 2 baths, good basement, bin fed stoker heat; 2- car gerage. 2308 Logjn street. 4 rooms, hardwood floors; large lot-713 While Avenuc-$!,100. lovely 6 room stone ranch; fine w/w carpeti, long living room, tlona fireplace, dining room, beautiful built in kitchen and bath, playroom, large utility room, gas heat; central air conditioned; carport, storage room. Choice location —lincoln school district. Immediate possession. 1802 Isabella Avenue— $1,8?0 down payment. 200 Aces; built up land. New 5 room modern ranch home; w/w carpets, beautiful built in kitchen, IVi baths, gas heat, central air conditioned. New barn—1 mile south of Renge—see this onel 5 Rooms, bath; garage—1620 S. 12th street. Only $2,550. Charming 4 rooms; new w/w carpeted living room, hardwood floors, built in kitchen and bath, utility room, gas heat; carport— 2705 Mannen-$900 down. Nice 6 room ranch; newly doc- orated, built In kitchen end biHi, 3 bedrooms, gai heat, carport— 32)6 Ctntnl Avenue. Only M.SOO. Extra nice S room bungalow; nicely decorated, coiy built in kitchen and bath, fine bawmont, gas Seat, storm windows; garago. 601 South I7th street. Only t'^ 000. Roomy 6 room ranch; huge living room, fireplace, large cloiots, large built in kitchen, 1 Vi b 1 1 h a, gas heat, 2-car garage—south 32nd street. $21,000. Nice 6 room, brick and frame ranch; carpeted living room, 3 bod- rooms, lovely built in kitchen and bath, oil heal; carport. No. 7 Evergreen Place. Well constructed 7 room ranch, brick and frame; w/w carpolt. elegant built in kitchen, stove, oven, disposal, dining spico, 3 bedrooms, family room, IVl bathi. large closets, utility room, got heat; carport, patio. No. 14 Crownviow. 3 Acres on highway—S room modern home; 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors, bath, full basemont, gar heat; garage—Fairfield Roid. Only $10,000. 120 Acres, 90 acres Hllable; 4 room house, barn—2 miles out oil Libert/ Read. $30,000. New 6 room ranch; w/w cap pMs, beautiful built in kitchen and bath, 3 bedrooms, gas hot water heat — carport. 404 aoulh 20th. Very attractive S rooms; kiri^ wood floors, built In kitchen and bath, gas heat, storm window!— garage. $5,250. MORTGAGE MONEY IS AVAILABLE SEE US FOR ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS OF REAL ESTATE IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS SEE A. HAROLD LOGAN C. WILLIAMS & RICHARDSON 315 S. 10th Uland Elliott, Royal Story, Emit Hoffman, Salesmen 242-0251 242-0252 I.

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