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10 THE REGISTER-NEWS — KKT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEA,ABER 15, 1966 WAIMT ADS WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING ! ion CLASSIFIED ADS , , . PHONE 242-0117 rLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE IN BYT IOO A.M. TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION SAME DAY ~ NFL LINEMEN NO LONGER BIGGER Lemm Says AfL Defense Compares To National's l—MALE AND FEMALE BRANO NEW S.NOHR conso,. sew.n.! 14.A-FARM. SUPPLIES EXPERIENCED Mrvlce ftaflon attend- danf, full or part time. Write Box C-J\\ , % Register-News. : FOR RENT 6—HOMES BRANU NCVY ailivJtri. , FOR RENT-3 bedroom home, gas fur- machlrw. Only 1. $70. Singer Co 126 • SEASONS SPECIAL ON NUTRENA nace 0131244-1371 N. »th. FEEDS-Free Turkey with ton order. i —^ :——.w ».-hm«nte Prices are seasonally low. Buy needs now. Offer good thru November. Federal I North Iowa Grain Co. Benton Road. 11-21 FOR RENT -4 Tioms and bath, built In I VACUUM CLEANER with attachments cabinets, gas heat, hot water. Dial | J39.95. Singer Co. 124 N. 9th. 11-21 242-4253. W ' ~— room modern house. West part. 244-0431 after 5. tf PPBMANENT JOB, age 24 to 4S. Must do some selling and drive truck. Ex-i FOR RENT-5 room modern h^se- B" perUincr not necessary. Excellent paid j heat, garage, west. Inquire at 407 or fringe benefits Include hospitalization, holidays, vacation plan. Our drivers average over JIOO.OO per week, plus travel allowance. Applications are held confidential. Dowzer Electric, 1st and Castleton, Mt. Vernon, III. 11-21 USED NECCHI portabte, ZIg Zag sewing machine, $49.95. Singer Co. 124 N. «. 11*21 ALMOST NEW Necchl portable sewing machine. Only used « months, $49.95. Singer Co. 124 N. 9th. 11-21 15—LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—Three young black Angus cows. Guy Roney, Marlow. 11-15 401 S. 27lh. . . FOR RENT-Modern country home. Gas j REPOS SESSED -1 console cabinet sew- heat, hot water. Phone 735-2435. tf I mg machine, like new w th new FOR RENT-4 acres, 4 room house and | Si'':,'"^*- McCraw's Sewing Ma —~ ana garage »>» HELP WANTED-Saleslady at local busi- ,,^5^, 242-4985. ness. Hawkins Bakery, 1108 Main, tf. OR RENT -4 acres, 4 room house and ^^^^"7—^^, McCraw's Sewing Ma- 21 I outbuildings $35 month. 4 room house sateS Mt Vernon. 11-17 T and garage $30 month, 17fh and Northchine Sale», Mt. vernon. ' • -" " I FOR SALE-Smger Sewing machine, ' automatic zlgiag, decorative stitches. 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, Bluford, Dial 732-8154. 12-4 YOUNG MEN 18 to 24 Free to travel Houston, New Orleans, Miami and 35 other malor cities and resort areas, and return with chaper POR RENT-Modern four room house, stoker heat, 709A Salem Rd. 244-0500 or 244-1197. W FOR RENT-Modern homes in west part; reson »rea», ..~ - , i -Jedrooms $85; 3 bedrooms $110 and oned group. Transportation expenses, up. . imison Real Estate. tf WANTED—Feeder pigs, will pick up at your farm, or deliver pigs to us Tuesdays. Ross RoUinson, Southern llll- mifomaTie zig«s, u<;w.» , nols Feeder Pig Sales, Kell, Dial 534- butSes, and bmdhem. Reliable party 1 4233 or 534-4291. tf may assume 9 payments ot $5.80 each. 1 Write Retail Credit Manager, Dept. 2, P. O. BOX 128, Jacksonvine. 111. 42450. LOST—Pointer, south of Mt. Vernon. White with liver-colored spots on head. Reward. Call Dr. J. W. Setzekom, 2440213 or 242-1324. 11-14 LOST OR STOLEN—Black with brown and white marking Beagle, very friendly, name "Joe", wearing collar with rabies tag. 242-1870, reward. 11-15 LOST—Black and white female cur dog, 18 years old, deaf, partly blind. Call 242-0220. 11-15 LOST OR STRAYED In vicinity of 1215 S. 24th. lemon and white setter bird dog, has Ed Peterson's name on collar, Dial 242-2254. alter 5 p.m^ 11-14 paid. Cash 'drawing account to start. - --.-j^- Average earnings $125.00 a week plus /— KOOm> YOUNG LADIES 18 to 24 i 8—RENT MISCELLANEOUS 10.B—MUSIC 16—PETS AND SUPPLIES PETS BOARDED, heated kennel. Beagles, Dachshunds, Chihuahuas, Poodles, puppies. ShJd service. Mae Callander, 2425115. tf FOR SALE-Uprlght plsfW, "ew'V | REGISTERED AKC MALE POODLE. tlqued, $30. Dial 244-2795. l^^lz ' White miniature, 4 months old. Dial ——rrrr U.mmond 242-5691. 11-15 HfM.:-HD ORGANS and Hammond! 242-5691. _ pianos. Full line Franchlsed Dealer pQODLES, Schnauzers, Scottles, Pek- 5 serving Southern Illinois. Hamniono or- 1 ,„ggse, yyi^es, Dachshunds, Bassets, m TO « I - gan Studios of Benton, 111., 7 blocks cockers, German Shepherds, Beagles. Free to travel Houston, New Orleans, , poR BOAT STORAGE-Call 242-4509; north, a blocks west, Benton Publ^ SIgwerth Kennels. Dial 244-2064. 11-21 Miami and 35 other malor cities and' 7 p.m. Goebel Wood. 1M« I Squari. " '....otrc ...MiA-rnct: c,h„=,„=.c srM resort areas and return with chaper- 1 —— — |_ ^ — WIRES, MINIATURE Schnauzers, Scot- reson areas .c, —ita™ I—r-^: r^ZT^ Pekingese, Chihuahua, Bassetts and Biagles. Jerl-Elen Kennels. 242-0880. tf Br^m TransDortation expenses SEE KAM^ER SKELGAS tor 300 galkin f APDICg SS M CaT'drawirS^^S tl ^rt. Propane tanks Installed with lifetime fc^^r ^CllSsTTw ^k^pius'lease. Kamp .r Skelg... 124 Main. 7U.]-: bonuses. See Mrs. MuUins, Hotel Emmerson, Mt. Vernon, 2 to 5 p.m. daily. Parents welcome at Interview. 11-18 WANTED—Truck driver. Good pay. Excellent opportunity tor right man. Dial 242-3250, Great Plains Gas, for personal and confidential Interview. tf 0914. FOR SALE 9—SALE MISCELUNEOUS EXPERIENCED OPERATOR for self propened combine. Call K. W. Myers, J42-51S5 or 244O730. 11-17 THOMPSON Army-Navy Store. Rub-R- Slat combine canvasses, AC, JD and IHC. Office equipment, fireproof filing cabinet, Tarps, Drill Press, Insulated boots Gl and Logger, Fatigues for kids. MYERS ORCHARD-Apples-Good selection of most varieties. Open until 4:00 . —- p-rndurllTg November. 12 mile, nor^h ! 16.A—HUNTING DOGS of Mt. Vernon. " 1 . • 13—AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE—Nice 1941 Ford Galaxle 4 door, small V -8, auto, trans., power steering and brakes, new tires. 2424771. 11-1^ FOR SALE—Registered female beagles, 3-5 years old, SIO to $25 each. Dial 242-2579, Henry RIggs, Bonnie. 11-17 17—POULTRY FOR SALE—'44 Mustang, red with black interior, 4 cylinder, stick in the floor. Dial 242-0028. '1-'' FOR SALE—12 young turkeys. Dial 7328203, 1 mile east Bluford Grain Ele- I vator. Walter Scott. 11-18 *'K?;:i ^^rv"'-Ap^i''yTn '^p7r'^^ ' \r:X7Af J±? 7^^^^ • ?^h :y =^"airNo ";r "^s' " T I7 i i'.cr""^-'"-"^^.Tr | " One 1944 Chevrolet 4 do^r. All clean and priced right. Phone Everett Carpenter, 242-1525 or 242-3277. 11-18 WANTED Men who can work leads and need an Income of $400 a month to start. Must have car, married and over age 21. We will train you tor Immedlata high in- 1 come, call or write 314 VO. 2-1414. S. • Gratman, Guarantee Reserve Life Ins. Co. 7580 Olive Street Road, »t. Louis, Mo. «130. ll-l' FOR SALE—No hunting, no trespassing, for rent, for sale, apartment for rent signs. Register-News office. tf, FOR S^LE—9'x12' braided rug $10, j' folding aluminum lawn chairs $1 each, • vacuum cleaner $5, large storage hassock $5, small wash stand $3. Call before 5 p.m. 244-3854. 11-18 FURNITURE and miscellaneous Items for sale. Dial 244-7455. 11 -18 FOR SALE—'57 Ford 2 door hardtop, new motor, stick in the floor, 279-4451. il-lo FOR SALE—Started pullets, Babcock B-300 year around. Sutton's Poultry Enterprise Inc. Phone 242-4389, Mt. Vernon. W IS^BUILDING SUPPLIES LOST—Grandmothers gold charm bracelet, 4 charms. Dial 142-0144. Reward. 11-14 LOST OR STRAYED—Blonde male, part Perslon cat In vicinity of George St. Answers "Taffy." Reward. 242-3492. 11-14 23—FOUND FOUND—Hound dog, black and white, male. Dial 242-3932. 11-15 24—RUMMAGE SALES RUMMAGE SALE—FrI., Nov. 18, 9 to 4, Church of God, 7th and Conger. 11-14 RUMMAGE SALE—Sat., Nov. 19, 10 to 5. Clothing, dishes, books, television, half bed. On Rt. 37 south edge of Bonnie. 11-18 BAZAAR AND RUAAMAGE SALE— Recreation Center at Housing Project. Nov. 17, 8 a. m. 3 p. m. Some new chlldrens, womens rain boots, nice bazaar Items for Christmas gifts. 11-17 RUMMAGE—221 Grant, Meadowbrook Addition, all this week. 11-18 RUMMAGE SALE—Thursday and Friday, Nov. 17fh and 18th from 9 a. m. to 7 p.m. in basement. Toys, dolls and ddU clothes, chlldrens and adult clothing, jewelry, dishes, etc. Use rear entrance. 2515 Broadway. 11-18 THREE FAMILY RUMMAGE SALE— Wed., Nov. 14 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—1208 Wllshlre, Monday (tonight), 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. rest of week 9 to 5 p.m. 11-15 FLOOR TILE, WALL TILE, Asphalt, Vinyl asbestos, pure Vinyl plastic, Cera- _ mic adhesives, etc. Tile Supply Co., 26—BEAUTY SHOPS 1419 S. 10th. 242-5809. tf I 19—REAL ESTATE WANTED—Office girl. Local concern. __ Shorthand and typing required. Good ONE G. E. AUTOMATIC washing ma- ; pOR SALE-1940 Chev., z ooor, impam working conditions. Write Box C-875. 11-19, chine; One baby bed. Cheap. 244^)431 hardtop, radio, heater, air conditioning, - " --—after 5. tf -ew tires. Extra clean. Barnard's Shell FOR SALE—1942 Plymouth convertible, • —— automate, Torquefiitt transmission. FOR SALE OR RENT-Very neat, all Dh ,;.ir945 4no7 11-15' modem 2 bedroom home. Immediate Phone 24Z-400/. . I occupancy, $4950.00. 242-5543 after 4:30 FOR SALE—1940 Chev., 2 door, Impala | p.m. 11-21 NOVEMBER SPECIAL—Dress up Thanksgiving with a $8,50 permanent for $6.50. 305 S. 11th, 242-1414. 11-30 TELEVISION SERVICEMAN-Good on , . black and white and color. $3.50 per 1 GOOD USED VACUUM cleaner, only hour—fringe benefits-steady employment! $'^-'5. McCraw 's Sewing Machine —bonus—will pay moving expenses. Phone 1 Sales, Mt. Vernon. IO .J7 429-5474 collect—ask for Jerry. BAYLESS ' ".n ^ , TV and APPLIANCE, INC., 802 E. Wood, Decatur, Illinois. 11-18 TRUCK DRIVER with Class E. .license. Courtney Warehouse Company, 1204 S. Tenth Street. 11-14 WANTED—Car hop. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Taco Villa Drive-Inn, 10th and Westcott. 11-15 FOR SALE—7 ft. pool table, with cues, balls and rack. Phone 242-1298. 11-15 NEW YARDAGE Wool double knit, dacron knits, wool hardtop, radio, heater, air conditioning-1 poR SALE-Executlve type home, 2 new tires. Extra_clean.__^B_arnard's Shell j ^^^^ j bedrooms, 2 Service, Wayne City. 895-2523. 1942 FORD FAIRLANE, fordor, radio, heater, auto, trans. 100% warranty. Full price $799. Regency Motors, Salem Road. " miles from square, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths. Lar^e living room and family room. 10 • acres of wooded land. Dial 242-4032 after 5 p.m. 11-21 27—CAR LICENSE '44 MERCURY Comet Callente 4 door wool oouDie Knct, aacron KOIH, wwi 1 jejjgn Automatic transmission, radio, lerseys, silk and wool blends, wool doe- heater, 100% warranty. Regency Motors, cl,ln flanriAl. nrlntpH <cllkS for blOUSeS. tnnn tf ici acr^' -.nix ..w. neaicr, skin flannel, printed silks for btouses. 242-4200. Johnnie's Remnant Shop, 1029 Old Air- | port Road, Mt. Vernon, 111. 11-19 FOR SALE—3 bedroom home, modern except heat. $75 down, $35 month. 1315 S. 18th. 11-17 FOR IMMEDIATE SALE—Terms. Owner Granite City. Make offer. Good 4 room modern house, washroom, garage. 914 S. 25. 242-4985. " GRAND OPENING this week. The Gift House, 4 miles north on Rt. 37. Italian , decorator bottles, 99; miniature kerosene lamps, 99c pair; Early American sewing LA—SITUATION WANTED _ „,„ „ , — — -• . - 1 cabinets to $2.79, hand decorated Im- WANTED-Baby sitting by adult, 5 day ^^^^^ week, qualified, can furnish reference . ^ n .,9 all 242-0345. t --: ~. . .. .. Call 242-0345. ANY PARENT who wants their children cared for by reliable person 5 days a week. Dial 242-1423. References. 11-15 l-B—BUSINESS OPPOR. FOR SALE—Lunch room, good location In Mt. Vernon area. Small Investment needed. For Information 732-3471 after 4 p.m. 1>19 FOR LEASE— Phinips 44 offers a modern 2 bay service station In an excellent location. Small amount of capital required. Financing available through Phillips Petroleum Co. Paid training ^-ogram. Call 242-4444 or 342-0352 even- llfls. 11-16 FOR "a lob well done feeling" clean carpets with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. G. C. Murphy Co., 909 Broadway. 11-1' EXCELLENT, efficient and economical, that's Blue Lustre carpet and upholstery cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. Douglas Rexall Drugs. 11-19 UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS— Choice fabrics, outlet prices, large stock. REN- SHAWS. Corner Peach and 29th. 12-13 FOR SALE—Canna bulbs, large red bkx)m, with beautiful bronze foliage. L. D. Broyles, Benton Road. 11-15 '43 CHEVROLET BIscayne 4 door sedan,:- SALE—SIDOOO down, $30.00 Salem Road. " 1 North. Also lot 27th and Main, $500.00. '41 PONTIAC Venhira 2 door hard top. 242-4985. " 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 1958 FORD 4 door $199. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf 1957 DODGE 4 door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-4200. tf FOR SALE—4 bedrooms, large living room with fireplace, dining room, den, 2 V J baths, modern kitchen, completely carpeted, basement. 810 Oakland. 2424013. " 19.A—FARMS FOR SALE 1958 PLYMOUTH 2 door $149. Regency' Motors, Salem Road. " ' 1958 DESOTO $99. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-4200. tf 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 Mc- tf i Leansboro, or call Dale exchange 773' 2481. FAST AUTOMOBILE LICENSE SERVICE effective Dec. J. 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 win have them for you December first. Stewart Mobllehomes, 2420982. 12-3 30—SPECIAL NOTICE' NO HUNTING OR TRESPASSING on any land owned or operated by W. L. or Jim Riechman, Rlchvlew, III. 11-21 NOW OPEN—BERT'S SHOP. A toy and novelty shop at Bell and Polk Streets. Open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Owned and operated by Albert A. Cralley. 11-21 NO HUNTING OR TRESPASSING on the property of Herbert Lowe, R. 4, Game Farm Road. 11-18 FREE COFFEE and cookies now til Christmas. Singer Sewing Center, 124 N. 9th. 12-14 THE DEWITT LUMBER CO. Gift Shop presents distinctive gift wart. 102-104 S. 17th. 12-12 r 'oR LEASE-D-X service station, iol4 Ijrklns, low gallonage rent. No Inven- Investment. Phone 242-2354 or 244-1522. tf | 4780. BARGAINS—Living room suite, occasional chair, dinette table, shadow box room divider, iVi ft. high with mirror; bays size 9 shoe skates and case, like new trumpet and case; '52 Ford Vic i-c— INSTRUCTIONS U. $. SERVICR TESTSI Me^women 18 and over. Secure Iota. High starting pay. Short hours. Alvance- SEE MARVIN at Ray TIbbs Imp. Special spark plugs 49c; 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 Tlbbs Imp., Waitonvlilo Road, Mt. Vernon, ML 11-17 High starting pay. »or> ,1;°""; „ ! PERMANENT anti freeze $1 .38 gallon .ment. Preparatory n>"8 " shot aun shells $1.99 box, STP 75. required. Thousands of lobs open. E)^ perlenced usually •""•ecessary. FREE booklet on lobs, salaries, requirements. Write TODAY giving name, sdclress and phone. Lincoln Service, 2BT. Box C -994, % Register-News. shot gun shells $1.99 box, STP 75c per can; Hundreds of other Items at Col. Pete's, 3 miles north on Salem Road. ll-'5 2—WANTED TO BUY I FOR SALE—Good timothy or alfalfa hay 11-15 1 4 miles out Rlchvlew Road, Verne Breeze, 735-2741. IMS WANTED Small or large farm. Also wanted, cheap houses needing repair Gale Knox. Phone 242-4985. " WANTED—To buy used propane tanks. Phone 242-4359. Harper's Propane Srr- vlce, Salem Road. 4»— WANTED MISCEL. FOR SALE—Go Kart, lots of accessories, 820 West Bend motor, just 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, whit* vinyl, $35.00. Phone 242-2194. II^IS NEW DESIGNERS SAMPLES Lace in pastel colors. Velveteen by ——rr, Ithe yard. Johnnie's Remnant Shop, 1029 WANTED TO RENT by h«o adults, 4 or , Airport Road, Mt. ernon. 11-17 WANT EKXS trcane. 709 N. 12th ' MYERS THE PRINTER, College at th St., 242-1657. 11-1' 1958 CHEVROLET station wagon $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-4200. tf 1955 STUDEBAKER Commander, 4 door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, tf TIAMAONS AUTO SALES — Clean used cars for 35 years. Marvin L. Moore, salesman. Walni't Hill, 532-4073. tf I3.A—HOUSE TRAILERS ST. CLAIR MOBILE HOME SALES, Rt. 37 South Salem, III. See the best In Mobile Home living at St. Clair. Also discount on new 10' and 12' wide, over 4 mo. old. Over 40 new and used to chose from. Check on a good deal from St. Ctalr before you buy. tf SERVICES 20—SERVICES MISC. SMALL HOUSEHOLD appliances —paired, work guaranteed, pickup and delivery. Call 242-3262. Bus Winkler. 10-15 CARPENTER - WORK WANTED—Paneling, ceiling tile, cabinets, and other remodeling. Reasonable prices. Guaranteed work. 244-2999. 11-16 PAY $200 equity and take over payments of like new 1965 Richardson I0'x55'. Already set up. 242-0982. tf FOR RENT-1 trailer lot S0'x145'. Call 242-4509 after 7 p.m. Gobel Wood. 11-18 LAWN MOWER grinding, motors repaired. Hand SAWS filed. KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge, 811 South 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, Nigh! 242-3104. tf MOBILEHOME INSURANCE DUE? See US for the best insurance you can buy. Specialized policy deslaned for mobile- home owners. No deductibles. Quick, fair claim handling. See or call us today for Immediate coverage, terms. Stewart Mobllehomes, 242-0982. 12-3 FR ONING in my home. Will pick upland ^ BAT;RpOM_ OUTFIT deliver. 242-3772. TAKING CHRISTMAS ORDERS for a I Barbie type doll clothes until Christmas. Made cheap. Dial 242-4777. 11-21 WANTED-Lady rider to St. Petersburg, Fla., area. Leaving Mt. Vernon Nov. 20. Reference requested. Contact Mrs. Laura Fitch, 5712 Wolf Rd., La Grange, III. 40525. Telephone 312-244-2357. 11-21 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. \ > Phone 242-0101. 11-15 „i ,vww,., -Sold and Ind- stalled. Back hoe digging (or water lines and septic tank holes. Call 144-2745. BE SURE-Insure with the Golden Rule Hospital Plan. Louis Fltts, Box 544, Mt. Vernon. 242-0668. « PARTS for all electric shavers, 24 hour servlc Most models. Clark Jewelers, 110 North Ninth. of rugs, carpets, cash and carry prices. The Karpet Korner, 12th and Jordan, Mt. Vernon. « 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. Call 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' for $2995, $300 down, $61.57 per month; 12'x51' for $3950. $400 down, $76.13 per month. Payments Include mobile- home Insurance and credit life Insurance. VV^RflDircustom combining beans or I P-A-HEATING & PLUMBING corn, also hauling. Dial 242-3795 or tee Don Chapman, Liberty Road decorating 11-15 FOR SALE—Nearly new coal furnace. Dial 242-5442. IMS "WANTED—Painting, decorating '"^ 1 r'T T~ „ carpentw work. Phone 242-4293. tf 9-B ^AppHonCW ALTERATIONS AND TAILORING for • FQR CLEARANCE-Used •leetric range, men and women, 242-4707. 12-1 —-• CUSTOA* BUTCHERING and complete processing. Also will freeze, pick-up and deliver. Phone 732-2941. After 5:00 p.m. 732-8743. " PLAST~R1NG by contract or by hour. Free estimates. IS ve;«r» experience. Dial 244-1745. H-K FOR REIT 5—APARTMENTS FOR RENT—2 bedroom unfurnished apartment. West part. Phone 244 -OTl^ FOR RENT— 2 bedroom, unfurnished apartment, wall to wall carpeting, new paneling. Birch cabinets, tile bath. Very nice, 2 btocks from downtown, heat and watar furnished. North. Ground floor. Phone ^Ci•^>73). 1M4 FOR RENT-All modern furnished apart- rrenrs stoker hart. 1104V4 $. 10th. j4<-:447 or iu-un. • « FOR RENT— Fiv« room unfurnished duplex apartmMt, 709M> Salem Road. ttoKW hMt. 244<S0O or J44-1W. tf POR REMT—4 room all nnodern nicely fumWMCI «pt. Heat a.nd water furn- KM $n. AdvHt. CioM in. Ml Ui-, used gas 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. Coodyea.- Service Store, 1212 Broadway. 11-15 VACUUM CLEANERS-ELECTROLUX- Newest carpet attachment with rotat. 1 brush. Rug washers floor polishers, S les and Service. Sterting Oodton. 242<137. »f [9C—Boats & Motora FOR SALE— 14 foot fiberglass sailboat, with trailer and sails. Rebel class. No maintenance required. Priced fo sell. Call 242-5974 after 5:30. IMS FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING. Frea estimates and delivery. B and B Upholstery. 934 York Road. Phone 2426104 cr 244-2989. tf SPRAY your home for roaches, water bugs, ants, flea- and other Insects. Price $4.00. Phone 242.1245. tf RENTAL EQUIPMENT—Floor polishers, small und large; Wallpaper steamer. Floor Sander, Rug Shampooer, free with purchas. of shampoo. Smith- Alsop Paint and Wallpaper Co., 910 Main St. Dial 2440436. W WEST SALEM SCHOOL CHILI SUPPER and carnival, Friday, November 18. 5 to 9. Adults 75c, children 35c. 11-17 NEW YORK (AP) — Wally Lemm and Weeb Bwbank, two former National Football League coaches, have come to the defense of the American iFootball League's much-maligned defensive units. It wasn't too long ago when compai'isons between the defenses of the t^vo leagues brought a chuckle from proponents of NFL superiority. But Lemm and Ewbank can't buy that anymore. Lemm, who left the NFL's St. Louis Cardinals to take over at Houston, said: "Before I went to St. Louis I always heard that the NFL's defensive backs were better. When I got there I found that wasn't the case, but I did find that the linemen were bigger — and that was their stixing point. No\v the AFL's linemen are just as big and strong." Ewbank, who brought Baltimore to the NFL championship before joining the New York Jets, said: 'It takes time to put together good defense. Across the board, the defenses in our league are improved over last season and I rate that Buffalo front seven Zlinemen and linebackers) as good as anything in pro football today." Rkk Barry Hits 43 In Victory SAN FRANQSCO (AP) Rick Barry's sophomore jinx seems only to have hexed the other clubs in the Nationsil Basketball Association. The slender blond forward was the NBA Rookie-of-the-Year last season for the San Francisco Warriors. This season, the Miami graduate is the leading scorer in the league. His 44 points Monday night helped both his average and the Warriors, who defeated the Detroit Pistons U5-104 for their fifth straight victory in the only NBA game of the night. Barry hit 17 of 30 from the floor and all 10 of his free throw attempts. The Warriors moved ahead to stay after the first five minutes of the game and were seriously challenged only once more. The Pistons moved to 85-81 three minutes into the fourth quarter. Bob McCurry, center on the 1946-48 Michigan State football teams, captained the Spartains three seasons. Quote of the Week: Speedy Duncan of the San Diego Chargers, the No. 1 punt returner in the AFL, was asked about his talents. Duncan gave the credit to teammate Kenny Graham in this manner: "Kenny always calls what I do, which way I should go. He always tells me the right thing — even though they sometimes cremate me." PUBLIC SALE Sot., Nov. 19,1966 AM 015 South 24fh Sf. Starting at 10 A.M. Prompt One beautiful Frigldaire deluxe refrigerator, colored, electric beautiful stove to match. Dinette table and chairs. Beautiful living: room suite. 2 lounge chairs. One set of Winsor chairs. One maple twin bedroom suite. One bedroom suit* One lot of lamps and mirrors, and wall pictures. One Maytaf^ washing machine. One extra chest of drawers. One lot of doors and window fan. Dishes, pots and pans. One large rug. One lot of other things too numerous to mention. Not responsible for accidents. John And Eiso Lee Beck Owner Roy Taylor Auctioneer 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. Chicago, Illinois 60632 WANTED—Fuller Brush Co. customers. Call 242-4952 or 242-045*. 12-10 MONDAY'S MARKET et the JeHerson County Sale Barn. Located 4 miles east ot Mt. Vernon, 111. Auction every Monday. We had » heavy run ot 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. 111., had a load of mixed fed steers and heifers going at 22.60 to 23.70; Archie Sager, Texlco, mixed cattle with Holsteln steers going at 21.40 to 23.50; E. H. Bennett, Ewlng, 111., one big bull at 21.30; Clarence Hodges, heavy SOVKS up to 17.20; Richard Oonoho, 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 Morgan, Mt. Vernon, III., had 13 heifers, weighed 485, went at 22.30; George Mulch, Mt. Vernon, III., went at 15.30 to 15.20; Earl Pearce, Bluford, 1 steer at 23.00; Carl Schnlder, Centralla, 111., 1 fat heavy bull, weighed 1635 at 20.60, 6 steers welshed 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 P.M. radio on. 11-14 Furnac* Cfaonlng FURtJACE CLEANING — Have your entire heating system cleaned with modern machine. Coal oil, Bas. Phone 242-5857. Wllburn Hauk. tf These fine homes feature wonderful „ 1 gas heat, storm windows, complete furn- „ ishlngs, three Inch walls, full thickness " ' of Armstrong fiberglass Insulation, roof, rafters and studding on sixteen Inch i centers. Code building, plus many extras,' Guaranteed for one full ytar. Delivery •nd set-up free. See us today while this special factory sale Is going on. STEWART MOBILEHOMES 242-0982. tf 21.A—RUG CLEANING FOR SALE—New models In 10' and 12' wide Mobile homes. All electric models available. All deluxe equipment. E. and H. Mobllehomes, Sesser. 125-2721. H 13-B—TRUCKS FOR SALE—1966 Ford ityie-slde pickup. Excellent condition, several extras. Phone 732.6109. 11-14 FOR SALE—1954 Chevrolet pick-up Witt) cattle rack. Carr's D-X Service Station, Salem Road and Oakland. 11-14 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, 2425155 or 244-073a tf EXPERT CLEANERS of rugs, w/w carpets, upholstered furniture, floors. Latest modern equipment. Jack's Home Cleaning Service. 242-2241. . tf TACK DOWN carpeting, upholstered furniture, modern equipment. Nu-Way Cieanvti Dial 244-0075, 18th and Perkins, tf 21-B—AUTO PARTS AND SERVICE PIR G 3 BD AUTO REPAIRS and reasonable prices, see Jim Malors, 4 V J miles on 148. 242-5132. tf BATTERIES—Used 4 V. $4.95 exchange 12 V. $4.95 exchange. Guaranteed 4 m-iths. Stan The Tiro Man. Dial 2426400. tf 21-C—PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 9.E-.TV AND RADIO FOR SALE— 21" Phlico console TV, custom 400. Perfect condition. Phone 242-4359. 11-15 FOR SALE— T.V. tttlenna towers, new various makes, models. Burgin's Radio and T. V., 8tti tnd Tslie Roid. Dial 2422323. »t FOR SALE—Several good used T. V.'t, or used, with or without rotor. Fo:,lher> stun's. Dial 2444322. tf 10.A~.SEWING MACHINES REPOSSESSED TV eoMolt^ Migtr Ca Ut N. fthi 1141 FOR SALE— Case corn head for 400 or 700 combine, 3 years old, like new. Coburn Newcomb, Rlchvlew, IIL Phone 249-8117. 11-17 CORN PICKERS— 1 row Wood Bros.; 2 row Massey self propelled, only $275.00; Allls mounted for W. D.; New Idea mounted for M, AUIs mounted for W.C, Broyles Implement Co. 11-1S FOR SALE-Corn head for 101 Int. combine; corn head for Int. 151 combine. Howard Clifton, 244-3945. IMS 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 Con- itrudion Coi Phont 242-42911. iM< EYE GLASSES $9,50 SINGLE vision lenses or prescription sun glasses. Examination $5.50. Dr. Ray E. Dallon, Optometrist. Ray Optical Co. 117 N. Locust, Centralla, Illinois, tf 21-E—RADIO ft TV SERVICE RADIO SERVICE - AUTO RADIO SERVICE. See Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway. Dial 244-0322. TUBES TESTED FREE. tf T.V. SERVICE — Conscientious, work guaranteed. One of the oldest In town, Burglns, 8th St. and ToUe Road. Dial 242-2323. ft 22—lOST LOST—Thursday night, about two miles southwest of Bonnie, male hound. Buckskin with white feet, white spot on front of head. Dial 242-4984, 1309 S, 12th Si. IMi NO HUNTING on the Florence Tweed farm and violators 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, 620 North street, Mt. Vernon or call 2440523. 11-23 CAMPBELL MATTRESSES, Merriman'i At Ina, 111. Open Mon„ Wed., FrI. only 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tt 31—MONUMENTS FOR A NICE SELECTION of Protestant and Catholic designed monuments- Come to 1205 Salem Road, Mt. Vtmon, Illinois. Geo. M. Cox, owner. tf CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends for their prayers, kindness, flowers, cards and visits during my stay In ttie hospital. Special thank you to the South Side Baptist church. ADA AND MAURICE PAXTON Wo want to express our sincere thanks to each one for the kindness and synopa- thy shown to us in the toss of our loved one. Also, for the food, ftowers, and cards that were sent. A special thanks to Rev. Harold Mayberry, singers. Rev. and Mrs. John Beck, pallbearers, and to the Richardson Funeral Home for their help and kindness. Sadly missed by the family of The Dig switch to RaCliSlI Coach Carmen Cozza of Yale has 22 lettermon on his Ell eleven. FOR SALE By Owner Comfortable family home, 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, mniiy axtras, large comer lot, 200 N. 16th Street. PHONE 242-4447 MICHELIN is ready to let you switch now ! Going radial 7 Follow ths leader. Michelin. The Micheltn "X" ia the radfal thBi'8 yean ahead of alt othera because It benefit* (rom 18 >«ear8 of exptflence and leaderahip In the field. MIchalin -X" RADIAL meana the utmoat safety and the best all-around perlormance. With two timea more tread mileBge, greater tracUon, bettaf control, a smoother ride and even improved fuel economy. MICNBtlM *'X'' RADIU. Thara'a no tire like a Radial, and no Radial inte a Mlchetln. STAN-TIRE MAN 12th and Broadway Dial 242-6400 ED BRADDOCK I take this means to express my deep appreciation and thanks to friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness during the Illness end death of my dear husband, Guy A. Snodsmllti. My special thanks to the Rev. Glenn Boice for his consoling words, to those who gave floral offerings, and fo friends and neighbors and ttte First Baptist Church for furnishing food during the time of the family's bereavement. MRS. ICLE SNODSMITH. ret A V/HtE»- HOVf^ FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY Get longer mileage from your tires. Let us align, balance tires. Complete auto repair. Kor service the same day, stop here and save. Easy credit. Salem Bead — Phone 244-8120 BREHM-HANNA CHEVROLET Cord Of Thanks I wish to txpress my heartfelt thanks to our neighbors and friends for their many kindnesses and their sympathy during the illness and death of my dear wife, ttelen Richards. I also wish to give special thanks to the Rev. F. I, Trotter for his words of consolation, to our many friends for the beautiful floral offeritigs, and to our kind neighbors and friends for their consideration and thoughtfulness in providing food for the family during our bereavement. Your acts of kindness will never be forgotten. DELBERT RICHARDS TWIN WILLOWS NURSING CENTER ROUTE 37 NORTH SALEM, ILLINOIS There are still some vacancies available in the new, modern nursing center in Salem, 111. Come in for information and rates. Becaiia! they're all-new for 'G7! AHigevtf DELMONT 8ft. P H MI C yaiue Mo. I -Qldsmoblle's lowest pri0eil» full-size &3! QQ "Trend'satting Toronado style • RegulaM r .Jul!0 or pr«m(utn<tuet;330' or 42S>cu,>!n, Ro«i(et •^VS! •,P'rovBd «ecfia »el»,'l)rakw and suspension • Avaii- ahiiittas like Starao Tapa plaver «»^ Cllmatte Contbustton : iCantrot: ft No vvt»^^ the "inost wan ted' Mi sts t AllrNew OEUA 88 Year's smobtliesl operator-armed ^ to the teeth with luxury! .*l£59tofll?al!ii Tdronado^lnsplred models, In- •• GoBmWjB cTwdlDfl ttwo uttra-new Delta 88 Cuaiorits, • 4tlUMfl. Super Roekai V.« • Can be equipped w)tf>^ i»tith«r>Orain«d«vinyl top, front disc brakes, UttV ignitton'« 8^9 your Oldsmobite Deater-the Man Who Has EvofytWnd! : LAy «9 - ttifdaf i^am tkst tan cwmpr«s an \tm% itt^t up to incltft; omtmif-iuinl dw tKkt; totkup lights: csrroiiDn-resisUnt bnkt lims; '4M'itiidwnikhW«i(iiri .;tusinaay «ltarsafel]rlMturK-alh \ '67 OLDSMOBILE luwiwuruiKa BAYER MOTOR CO., Inc. 211 K. 10th St. —Mt. yernon« 111.

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