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12 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1966 CDmm DIES BOGKFORD, HI. (AP) -The editor ol Rockford's two newspapers, Rex L. Kamey, died Wednesday ot a heart attack suffered in his home. Kamey, 52, served as editor ol the Morning Star and llie Register Republic since 1961. He Joined the newspapers in 1955. He was a native of Broadhead, Wis., and was graduated from the University of Wisconsin. Karney, who worked for the Wisconsin State Journal and the Tulsa, Okla., World, is survived by his widow. WE GFT THE JOB DONE! LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US— Outttinding t room ranch; •lumtnum tiding, nicely decorated, w/w carpeted living roont, beautiful built in kitchen, stove end oven, 3 bedroomt, nice clofefe, utility apace, ga< heet, central air conditioner, atorm cellar; attached garage. No. 50 Crownview Drive. Only $15,000. Spacioui 6 room brick ranch, w/w carpets hug* .living room, fireplace, dining jpace, 3 larg bedrooms, T'/j c&ramic filed baths, roomy ceramic tiled kitchen, fine basement with playroom; central • air conditioned, oil heat, attached garage—Lincoln school district. No 6 North Highland east. Good 6 room bungalow, built in kitchen cabinets, bath, 3 bedrooms, basement, stoker heat; garage—508 south 18th street. On' ly $5,250. Excellent 8 room brick; can be used at • duplex, fireplace, nice built in kitchens, 2 baths, goo basement, bin fed stoker heat; 1 car garage. 2308 Logan street. 4 rooms, hardwood floors; large 101-713 White Avenue-$1,100. lovely 6 room stone ranch; fine w/w carpets, long living room, (ten* fireplace, dining room, beautiful built in kitchen and bath playroom, large utility room, gas baaf; central air conditioned; carport, storage room. Choice location —Lincoln school district. Immediate possession. 1802 Isabella Avtenua— $1,890 down payment. 200 Aces; built up land. New 5 room modern ranch home; w/w carpets, beautiful built in kitchen, IVa baths, gas heat, central air conditioned. New barn—I m i south of Range—sen this onel 5 Rooms, bath; garage—1620 S. 12th street. Only $2,550. Charming 4 rooms; new w /w carpalad living room, hardwood floors, built In kitchen and bath, utility room, gas heal; carport— 2705 Mannen-$900 down. Nice 6 room ranch; newly decorated, built in kitchen and bath, 3 bedrooms, gas heat, carport— 3214 Centrai Avenue. Only $6,500. Extra nice 5 roont bungalow; nicely decorated, cozy built kitchen and bath, fine basement, gas heat, storm windows; garage. 601 South 17fh street. Only $7,. 000. Roomy 6 room ranch; huge living room, fireplace, large closets, large built in kitchen, 1 V2 baths, gas heat, 2-car garage—south 32nd street. $21,000. Nice 6 room, brick and frame ranch; carpeted living room, 3 bedrooms, lovely built in kitchen and bath, oil heat; carport. No. 7 Ever- greien Place. Well constructed 7 room ranch, brick and frame; w/w carpels, elegant built in kitchen, stove, oven, disposal, dining space, 3 bedrooms, family room, IV2 baths, large closets, utility room, gat heat; carport, patio. No. 14 Crownview. 3 Acres en highway—S room modern home; 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors, bath, foil basement, gas heat; garage—Fairfield Road. Only $10,000. 120 Acres, 90 acres tillable; 4 room house, barn—2 miles out on Uberty Road. $30,000. New 6 room ranch; w/w cap pets, beautiful built in kitchen and bath, 3 bedrooms, gas hoi water heal — carport. 404 south 20th. Very attractive 5 rooms; hardwood floors, built In kitchen and bath, gas heat, storm windows- 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 Letand Elliott, Royal Story, Emit Hoffman, Salesmen 242-0251 242-0252 Snowfall Lore John W. Allen Southern DUnols University Artists, poets, crop larmers bundled up children with mitts and sleds, youth in general and older persons still youthful in heart, along with country Iwys wanting to hunt rabbits, all seem to have an inborn love of snow. It is true the slippery walks and roadways that too soon become sodden dampen the enthusiasm of city dwellers. To all but the softies and infirm, however, the joy given by a rural landscape blanketed with snow is worth all the siuch and mush that follows. This writer would feel well rewarded in advance for a chance offered to play boy again and rabbit hunt along the leeward side of fence rows briar patches, bush clumps and Woodlands with Fritz and an ancient fowling piece. Even junk yards wrapped in a generous mantle of snow have their attractive .aspects. Weed fields, brushlands, hillsides, and piled up rocks take on a measure of beauty. By now you have guessed that one person loves snow. Snow also prompts one to get a bag of feed and an-ange fa- cUitios for feeding brids. No one can feel less than pleased as i he watches and listens to tlis birds that come to twitter their thanks and peck at the feast offered. This costs little. Besides all these there is a body o[ folklore than centers about snow. A good hundred sucli sayings have been gatliered. These have been passed along through the years and may be of interest. Some apparently are ti-ue but hardly believable. For instance, the statement that snowflakcs like fingerprints never are alike. Just how one can prove that true or unture is not 50 million french fries can't be wrong. All those empty french fry bags prove it. French Fries only 605 South Tenth Street SEE JAMISON FIRST COZY COMFORT— Enjoy comfortable automatic heat, economical due to insulation, storm windows and double siding. 3 bedrooms, jgarbage 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 fartri home, North of Mt, Vernon. 3105 PEACH— beautiful ranch, 3 bedrooms, newly decorated, new living room carpet, patio, spacious built-in both with vanity. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY awaits you in a beautiful, large homesite at most attractive terms. OTHER FINE HOMES 2 TO 5 BEDROOMS JAMtSON REAL ESTATE 1116 Moin Phone 242-0372 kno\vn. A careful inspection of a few hundred or more photographed on a black background didn't turn up a single set of identical twins. Tlius we concede the truth of the saying. There is a mass of lore to tell us just when and how often it will snow. Some light flurries of snow here on November 1 and 2, with heavy falls in Tennessee and Kentucky, are convincing that the snow issue is definitely drawTi. It may be here early enough for some politicians to be very literally snowed under on election day. There are several sayings to tell us how many falls to expect. One is the old one that says it will snow as many times as there are foggy mornings in August. Another tells us that there will be as many as the moon was days old when the first snow came. The August foggy morning could not allow more than 31. the moon day measure would allow only 28. A more generous one says count the days by which the first snow fall precedes Christmas and that's-the number. With the first one coming on November 1 this year wo are entitled to 51 for the winter, -0- -0- -0- There was one advantage ir. this year's firs snowfall. It was too scant to scoop up and eat. Since oldsters knew that the first .snowfall of the season contains all the poisons of the summer lis scantiness may have been good. Other signs like October .'eaves continuing to cling on li.xs means more snows, Tliero undoubtedly are advantages to snowfalls. After the first fall, rabbits are good and boys may hunt them, that is if men haven't complicated tiie matter with game laws. With snows making the landscape look dreamy tlie snow enters dreams in other ways. If one dreams of snow out of the the'husband would" be good to snowy season It mans good luck. A dream anout snow at any time means that an important event in one's life will shortly come to pass. Another saying seems to offset both of these. It says tliat to dream of snow at any time is bad fortune. This apparent conflict may be avoided by not dreaming of snow at all. If one believes the sayings there are several ways in which Enow may help toward better health and comfort. Walking around the house barefoot when snow is on the ground will keep one's feet from freezing, even from getting cold. It also will guarantee good helath throughout the year if one walks around tlie house three times, barefoot. A si.x-year-old tried tliis before announcing the experiment to his mother, who merely remarked, "Jolin, that's fine but wouldn't do it any more. You might step on a stob or nail." The experimenter doesn't reme ber the health throughout that There are a number of signs particular year. There are a number of signs that tell when snows may be expected. Two rings about the moon indicate snow in 24 houi-s. A "spittin" fire in the fireplace moans snow soon, A crackling fire tliat sounds like snow pellets falling against a window or on the roof tells the listener that there will be a snow of that kind soon. Itching of feet that once were frostbitten tell of a coming snow, likewise does smoke that spreads near the ground. Large flakes tliat come from "tlio old woman in the sky who is picking her geese or shaking her feather bed" means that the snow will not stay on long. With no more feather beds perhaps the figure is not so apt. -0- -0- -0- Snow lying long in fence corners, whei'e shall we look for snow breeders? One saying that snow on a wedding day indicated that the couple would be happy and that his wife was offiiet by another that said snow falling on the carriage meant the couple would shortly part. Snow on the ground on Christmas Day means a good fruit crop. A white Christmas meant few deaths but a snow at Easter meant a "fat" graveyard. To keep hair from falling out one had only to wash the head in March snow water. March Enow water also was good for the eyes and would wash freckles away. Hands would not chap if washed in it. Water from Good Friday's snow would wash away all headaches. In order to have good luck it might be Just as well to forget the good lu6k snow signs and cany a buckeye. Legal Notice TED SHAFER REAL ESTATE 24th and Perkins Phone 242-5333 2 bedroom home, built in kitchen, gas heat, fireplace, newly decorated, large lot. West side location. All modern 5 room home, living and dining room carpeted, large garage, 2 lots. Priced to sell. For sale or trade, 30 acres, lovely 7 room home, some timber, highway frontage, SVj miles out on Waltonville Road. Good investment property. Well kept apartment house, five rooms down, 2 completely furnished apartments up. Separate entrances. North street location. Only $9500.00. 7 room all modern two story home, nice basement, new gas hot water furnace, garage, beautiful lot. Priced to sell. Large 4 room home, full lot, all modern except heat. Only $2500.00. YOU Can Avail Yourself of the Services Offered by This Agency- Our Many Years of Experienct Are Yours For A Call. VIRGIL T. BAILEY. INC. BRICK AND ALUMINUM SIDING RANCH. Well buill 7 room modtril ranch home—llncofn ichool district; w/w carpeting throughout, large living room, panelled family room and dining room, 3 bedroom*, 2 ceramic tiled bathi, beautiful provincial built in cabinet!, built in itova and oven. Garbage disposal, double garage with panelled walls; large lot. Immediate possession. EASY TERMS. To a good responsible party will buy this lovely 3 bedroom all modern ranct) home, carpeted living room, built in cabiiM-ts, ceramic tiled bath; full deep basement, gat furnace, f'm» location west. Immediate possession. WILL SELL OR TRADE-Lovely brick 4 room all modern home; hardwood floors, built in cabinets, built in bath, newly decorated inside and out, utility room, gas furnace; garage. Immediate possession. West side location, $500 DOWN, balance like rent buys 5 room all modern home. South 24lh street; carpeted living room and dining room, nice buill in cabinets, buill in bath, gas heat; full lot. Nicely decorated inside and out. Garage. Priced to sell, NEW LISTING—S room all modern brick home; w/w carpeting throughout, spacious living room, dining room, beautiful kitchen with new built in cabinets, bath, full 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 fira> place, big kitchen with an abundance of built in cabinets, garbage disposal, new stainless steel sink, hardwood floors, 2 built in baths, new gas hot water heating system, new gas hoi water heater; double garage, corner lot. Immediate posssession, 1125 OAKLAND AVENUE. Large older family home; spacious living room with fireplace, dining room, nice kitchen with many built ins. Panelled breakfast room, 2 baths, 3 bedrooms, 1 maslier bedroom with fireplace, basement, gas heat; extra large lot, big carport. Priced to sell,ONLY $14,500.00 buys lovely 6 room effficiency all modern ranch home; nicely decorated inside and out, large living room, built In cabinets, dining room, V/i balht, 3 bedrooms, well landscaped lot. 2805 Casey. ONLY $15,500.00 buys 6 room all modern ranch heme with batemani; carpeted living room, beautiful built In ctblnelt, ceramic tiled built in bath, family room in basement with panelling, garage. Immediate possession. W«sl side location in the Well Silem school district. FHA Loons and Gl Loans AvailabI* We will make you a CASH OFFER for your Horn* or Form VIRGIL T. BAILEY, Inc. Tenth and Harrison —- Phone 242-4380 •'FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" STATE OF ILLINOIS ) )SS. COUNTY OF SANGAMON ) In ttie arcuit court of said County. Peoples of the State of Illinois ex i-el, William G. Clark, Attorney General, Plaintiff, vs. IN CHANCERY Broadway Real Estate Company No. 455^D; Bud Roderick Sales Company 456-66D; Dulaney Family Budget Sei-vices, Inc. No. 457-66D; First iMidwest Consumer's Cooperative, Inc. No. 458-66D; Independent Oil Producers Land Owners Association, Tri-State, Inc,;No. 4D8A-66D; Jefferson County Committee On Youth De- velopijient No. 459-66D; King City Construction Co., Inc. No. 460- 6GD; King City Gun Club, Inc. No, 461-66D; Mt, Vernon New Industries, Inc. No, 462-66D; Winn Lumber Company No, 463-66D, Defendants. TO THE ABOVE DEFENDANT CORPORATIONS, THEIR OFFICERS AND AGENTS: Notice is hereby given that actions have been commenced in the Circuit Court of Sangamon County by the said Plaintiff against said corporations, for dissolution of said corporations, and that all such actions are now pending in said court. The title of each such case is carried in the name of the above plaintiff separately against each defendant, therein, by the ooiporate name styled above; the case number of each case is set forth in the caption above, following the name of the defendant corporation; default may be entered against any such defendant after December 15, 1966. JOSEPH P. KNOX, Clerk of said Court WILLUM G. CLARK Attorney General of the State of Illinois. 11-25 State ot nilnois In the Clrciiit Court of the Second Judicial Circnlt Jefferson County in Probate In the matter of the Estate of John Lyle McManamy, deceased. No. 68-P-llO NOTICE BY PUBUCATION OF CLAIM DATE Notice is given of tlie death of John Lyle McManamy, of Mt, Vernon, Illinois. Letters of office were issued on Noveml)er IStii, 1966, to Mary E. McManamy executor. No. 21 Westwood, Mt. Vernon, Illinois whose attorney is Craig & Craig, Mt. Vernon, Illinois. •The claim date Is the first Monday in January (2nd,) 1967. Claims must be filed in the office of the aerk of this Court at County Court House, Mt. Vernon, Illinois and copies mailed or delivered to the executor or administrator and to his attorney. Dated November 17th, 1966. (SEAL) JERRY B. GOTT, Clerk of the Circuit Court 12-2 Hanoi Hannah Is Viet War's Tokyo Rose By Pratn KLEIN HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Remember GI Jill, Tokyo Rose and Axis SaUy of World War n days?' Well, the Viet Nam war has a sweet-voiced broadcaster too, Hanoi Hannah. And to combat her, U.S. Armed Forces Radio is about to launch a blonde, green-eyed weapon of its own. She's starlet Chris Noel, a mini-skirted 5-foot-6 and 115 pounds, with a slightly husky voice and a wide-eyed look that makes her girl next door one moment woman of the world the next. "It's going to be a gas," Chris told an interviewer. "I'm picking the records myself and saying just whatever cornea into my head. "I've been talking to a lot of servicemen and they give me ideas about what they like to hear — but mostly, I think, it's just a feminine voice from home." Chris is nothing like the World War II radio sirens, says Navy Lt, Richard B. Howard of Armed Forces Radio. "Even Hanoi Hannah isn't the same. During World War II, you'd get Axis Sally and Tokyo Rose broadcasting to individual GIs. Tliey'd say, for instance, to a single soldier or a battalion, you're wife is cheating on you, or you're going to go into such an action at 0400 tomorrow. It really shook up some of the guys. "But Hanoi Hannah just plays music the guys like to hear and throws in a little talk to make them homesick. We don't even know who she is — and she's not nearly as effective." Chris, a onetime baton twirling champion from Palm Beach, Fla., high school, has spent a lot of time lately touring hospitals, visiting wounded GIs from Viet Nam. "But what I really want to do is go over there," she said. "For now, I'll do the broad- oasts from Hollywood and they'll fly the tapes to Viet Nam, then to Armed Forces Radio all over the world. "Would you believe ft? Those guys sitting in rice paddies and cruising in the South China Sea — and I'll be able to talk to them all." Judge Refuses To Half OIney Move For Recall OLNEY, HI. (AP)-A Circuit Court judge has ruled in favor of the petitioners in the Olney recall petition hearhig. Judge Charles H. Jones told newsmen he based his decision Tuesday on the fact that (Hily 23 signatures on a petition to recall Mayor Frank Bower were declared invalid, leaving enough names to warrant a recall election. The judge said he will issue a decree shortly and enter it in the circuit clerk's office. The city may then appeal his deci« Bion within 30 days. City offl. cials said today they will appeal to the 5th District Appellate Court in Mount Vemon. The 350-member Independent atizens Committee of Olney fUed recaU petitions Sept 14 against Mayor Bower and the four City Council members in a dispute over a proposed water improvement bond issue. OPEN HOUSE FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY, NOV. 18, 19 & 20 WIN A PONY Drawing 4:00 P.M. Sunday No Purchase Necessary We would like to take lhi> opportunity to invite you to come see our display. Norrit Travel Trailers, Redi-Cabint, Deville Campers, Cobovers, Johnson Toppers, Morris Horse Trailers. Discount Prices — Terms Arranged DOOR PRIZES—FREE REFRESHMENTS P&LTHALMAN TRAILER SALES Route 50 West, Salem, III. ^$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ I* Who says there's no money available g for financing a new home? '0^: JJ <o <o «» <n in AUCTIONEER ROY TAYLOR Phono 244-1909 Or Writ* Rt. 7. M». Vemon V> WV> MW- (/> W (AV> (/> l/> (A(A> 0> <A U> CO» 0> </> W(A V> V> COV> (A<A </> </y <A </> </> </> in</ HAS PLENTY OF MONEY AT THE LOWEST RATE! S lIVtiinniUCIinMFiMK^UNYowOMnM Don't let an this "scare taOc" abeat tight money stop ym' ifl from owning a new Capp-Home right now! If you own your <A own lot, we can finance eveiything we do and furnish at the lowest cost financing anywhere —for little or no money down! OUR CARPENTERS DO THE HEAVY ERECTION RIGHT ON YOUR LOT WITH ALL FINISHING MATERIALS FURNISHED FOR INSIDE AND OUT. Our financing can also include complete Electric, Kitchen Cabinet, Plumbing and Heating pacicages. in in in in in in in in in in GET STARTED NOW-TNERE WILL NEVER BE A BEHER TIME ! I As you know, labor and materials have gone up —BUT NOT CAPP-HOME PRICES. ^ Man tfil* coupon today to— . • CAPP HOMES, DEPT. ILU -19 ' I Dt» Molnei, Iowa 50313 «• "* • | Cktntact us or your h-rl representative RICHARD CORNELL 218 W. McKlnley Herrln. Illinois I a W« own our lot • W» don't own I I any land, but ean get a lot. j Phone; 618 + 942-5793 | annnrcc | TOWN OR RFO_ ^TATE_ STATE OF ILLINOIS ) )SS. CX)UNTY OF JEFFERSON ) Notice of request of special meeting of the Board of Supervisors, Jefferson County, Illinois. To: HONORABLE LESTER F. DAVIS, Qerli ol the Board of Supervisors, Jefferson County, Illinois. We, the undersigned, being at least one-third in number of the members of the Board of Supervisors, Jefferson County, Illinois, pursuant to Chapter 34, Section 852, Illinois Revised Statutes, 1965. hereby respecfuliy request a "Special Meeting" of the Board of Supervisors in and for the County of Jefferson, State of Illinois, to be held at 10:00 o 'clock a.m. on Monday, November 21, 1966, in Room No. 1, Jefferson County Courthouse, at Mt. Vernon, Illinois, for the purpose of determining ttie amount of bond to be given by the County Clerk elect and County Ti'easurer elect and for the re-consideration of the fixing of the salary of the County Clerk elect and for any otlier business to be brought before the Board. E. H. Kiefer, Vem Hanison, Leuty Chambliss, Janies Strain, Aerry N. Marlin, Keith L. MiUs. Max W. Shurtz. Hurry! Join Our Club It's not too late to join, but It soon will be, and unless you act at once, another year will have passed without your having provided for extra money for the holiday season. You won't miss the small regular payments, but you will enjoy that check you receive next Christmas. A Class For Every Need 25i to $10.00 te Each new Christmas Club member will receive a Book of Christmas Carols and i I I « a Christmas Card Record . . . also, Christmas Coin Banks for the kiddies. ^ The Pacesetter Bonk LINKON'S ANY PAW—ANY CAR Equipmont, Ports, GIOM Cemplofo Maehino SiMp

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