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fHERESISTER-NPA^ — MT. VERNON, lafNOiS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1966 FOR CLilSSlFIED ADS PHOIVe 242-0117 CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE IN BY 9M A.M. TO GUARANTEE PUBLICATION SAME DAY FOR SALE-Antlque t[ze b«d. DM 2441480. 11-21 FOR SALE—Good church p«wi, cheap. First Methodist church, 214 W. Main, Carbondale. Phona 457-24U. 11-21 1—MALE AND FEMALE YOUR WONDER BREAD AGENCY In Mount Vernon will hire an aggressive young man Interested In a sales osreer. Must be 22 to », a high school graduate, ' j FOR SALE— 5' hlde-a-b«d, newly up-; . holsfered In gold embossed naugahyde. ; Good mattress SlOO.oa See at Martin's! Upholstery Shop, 1112 Perkins. 11-21 | FOR SALE—'M Volkswagen. Mu»t sell,' ••...^ Immediately, «),S00. Phone 244-1931. * TRACT, 2 miles north ot old 11-23 ' "«? S room house, modern 19S8 CHEVROLET station wagon Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-^200. tf . ; except heat, newly decorated. On 2 state »I49. highways and railroad. Ideal site for poultry, shrubbery or Industry. Will sell on terms to responsible parties. Also 80 - t>eavy timber, mostly hickory, 1955 STUDEBAKER Commander, 4 door ' small river bottom, southwest part, Jef$149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, tf GU4TARS FOR CHRISTAAAS-Put one In models. All models at cost er below. Featherstun's. 11-23 thru Individual effort. Good salary, 5 day work week, company training program with excellent'benefits for you and U>e family. Apply Wonder Bread, Wal- tonvllle Road, Friday, Nov. 25, 1966, 2:00 p .m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday, Nov. W, \Hi, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; 1:30 p .m. to 4:30 p.m. 11-23 WANTED-Custodlsn at Opdyke grade school. Must be from district. Apply In person at school from «;30 til 3:30 «n or before Nov. 23, 1966. 11-21 WANTEI>-Larga UPHOLSTERY AAATERIAL for *al«. 1 lot choice fabrics reduced for clearance. tl.4J per yard and up for nylon frieze, cotton, burlap and others. Soaid cetera and floral patterns. Bultard atid Martin's. 1813 Perkins. 242-1264. 11-22 TIMMONS AUTO SALES — Clean used cars for 35 years. Marvin L. Moore, salesman. Walnit Hill, 532-4073. tf ferson county, $50.00 per acre. Ralph Melton. Dial 242-4547, P. 0. Box 132. 11-22 FOR SALE OR TRADE-Easy terms, bargain, 4 room, all modern house, garage, outbuildings, 914 S. 24th; Also all-modern house, 1211 S. 25th. Lot , ath and Main, %vttM ohr^ IAI-IBBC ' I «i FOR SALE—Beautiful 6 room brick ranch, family room, nice kitchen and I FOR SALE—Electric stove, electric tweaper. Warm Morning heating atove. Dial 242-5961. 11-19 FARM FOREMAN Delta trdct In S. E. furnished. Good salary, 404, Charleston, Mo., giving age, edu- j cation, experience, aalary expected. 11-191 QNE G. E . AUTOMATIC washing machine; One baby bed. Ct^eap. 244-0631 new'?,'^. Tx 'tr 'a'rJa": 'B ;rrd'sth "e '!i \ « Service, Wayne. CIW. 895-2523. ^3-A—HOUSE TRAILERS ; dining area, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath's, car^ ST. CLAIR MOBILE HOME SALES, Rt., '^I'l'y room, oil heat, $23,000. 37 South Salem, III. See the best In! E«sy twms can ba arranged. Dial 244- Mobile Home living at St. Clalr. Also l "3'- 11-1» discount on new 10' 6 mo. chose Q nome nving ai 5T. i-iair. AISO , ii-iy '"'oW 0 «r"«';^"^nd "'uV ''te! FOR SALE OR RENT-Very neat, all fr^' ?h«k ^ 7^0^ dM?^rJS ' "«"•<»'" home. Immediate St. Cla rbifSrT ^ou^buy.""^ '"S ^i"""^' ,1 =30 Mo. Modem how '^9'* SALE-No hunting, no trespassing,! • wntaP O Boxl •P«rtment for rent I • ^- °- ^ signs. Register-News office. "' WANTED—Young man capable of handling young boys, ages 12 to 16. Also .must be able to meet public. Permanent position. Local concern. Good opportunity • for right man. All replies kept confidential. Give resume In reply to Box C.K.S. •H Register-News. 12-1 WANTED—Salesman to Mil Iroxen feodi In local area. Salary or commission, car furnished, call Mr. Galtr of Evans- vllla Food DKfributora Tucs., Nov. 22nd , aflar 1 p.m. at TravtLodga Motel, Mt. Vamen.. 11-11 after 5. tf NEW YARDAGE Wool double knit, dacron knits, wool occupancy, p.m. $6950.00. 242-5543 after 4:30 11-21 MOBILEHOME INSURANCE DUE? See us for the best msurance you can buy. Specialized policy designed for mobile- „,^,„, „„,„,. „„, home owners. No deductibles. Quick, falrj j^^' "^^'Zn ^^t. 'r claim handling. See or call us today | ^""^ xhools. G. for Immediate coverage, terms. Stewart i Mobllehomes, 242-0982. 12-3 i FOR SALE—Executive type home. FOR SALE—Comfortable five home, stoker heat, carpeted room living 11-22 HEAT TAPES, roof coating, gas furnace repair parts, steps, new furnaces, gas i lerseys, sllk and_ wool blends," w^l ^11^1 .rl^'^Z^^^'c^^^r^^^^^^^ «• wooded skin flannel, printed silks for blouses, Johnnie's Remnant Shop, 1029 Old Airport Road, Mt. Vemoo, 111. 11-19 SUCCESSFUL company since 1877 has opening for salesman In Southern 111. Sell proven program to merchants, .designed to build good will with farm- •rs. Repeat business from established accounts. High earnings. No age limit. For personal Interview write F. M, Duff, 106 Mafn. St.. Park Ridge, ID. 11-19 GRAND OPENING this wsak. The Gift House, 6 miles north on Rt. 37. Italian decorator bottles, 99; miniature kerosene lamps, »9e pair; Early American sewing cabinets to $2.79, band decorated Imported candles, 15c. Open Tuesday thru Sunday, 10 to 6. 11-19 FOR "a |db well done feeling" clean carpets with Blue Lustre. Reht electric nectlons, and various other mobllehome parts. We repair and level mobllehomes. Call us today for free estimate. Stewart Mobllehomes, 242-0982. 12-3 FOR SALE—New models In 10' and 12' wide Mobile homes. All electric models available. All deluxe equipment. E. and H. Mobllehomes, Sesser. 625-2721. tf Form Euildlngt For Sal* BUILDING? See Sturdl-Bullt Company, E. Rt. IS, Write Box 486, Phone 217, miles from square, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths. Large living room and family land. Dial 11-21 242-4032 after 5 p.m. FOR IMMEDIATE SALE—Terms, Owner Granite City, Make offer. Good 4 room modern house, washroom, garage. 914 S, 25. 242-4985, tf FOR SALE-4 bedrooms, large living room with fireplace, dining room, den, 2Vi baths, modern kitchen, completely carpeted, basement. 810 Oaklan'd. 2424013. ff t^S^ ^' ^- Co., 909 3^5.7005, Charleston, Illinois, or Evertt aroBoway. IIM» I ^fklnson, R. 7, phone 618-242-3941, Mt. PERMANENT JOB, age 24 to 45. Must do some selling and drive truck. Ex- 1 pcrlenee not necessary. Excellent paid fringe benefits Include hospitalization, hdltdayi, vacation plan. Our drivers .' average over $100.00 per week, plus rfravel allowance. Application* are held confidential. Dowzer Electric, Itl and <eaifleto«», Mt. Vernon, III. 11-21 EXCELLENT, efficient and economical, | Vernon Illinois. , thafs Blue Lustre carpet and upholstery • cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1.00. Douglas Rexall Drugs. 11-19 11-19 UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS -Cholce fabrics, outlet. prices, large stock. REN- SHAWS. Corner Peach and 29th, 12-13 CHRISTMAS CARDS, reasonably priced, name Imprinted no extra charge. MYERS THE PRINTER, College at 17th. H-29 14—.FARM EQUIPMENT A-C D17 2 row mounted picker, late model, good condition; 42' KeWanee elevator and hoist, wide trough. Buren Moore, Xenia, Illinois, dial 678-3531. 11-19 • WANTED-^Ica girl. Local cotKem. Shorthand and typing requlrad. Good Hortcing conditions. Write Box C-175. 1M* LA—SITUATION WANTED WANTED-«aby altting by aihilt S day waek, qualified, ean furnish rafereftca. Call 242-0815. 11-19 1.a—BUSINESS OPPOR. FOR SALE-Sessar Hardwara Store. Priced to aelL Robert Nelkct. Call £5-3532 or 625.2771. 11-26 BAT:;ROOM OUTFITS Sold and Ind- stalled. Back hoa digging for water llnet and septic tank holes. Call 244-2745. ff BE SURE-lnsura with tha Golden Rule Hospital Plan. Louis FItts, Box S44, Mt. Vernon. 242-06M. 19-A—FARMS FOR SALE FOR SALE—40 acres farm land, 10 acres tillable. No Improvements, $75.00 per acre. Phone 242-2697, 11-26 FOR SALE—40 acres, 3 miles northwest of Akin, 4 room bungalow, shed, $4,000; 40 acres wltti good 5 room dwelling, bath, furnace and stoker, cabinets, barn and corn crib, $13,750,; 320 acre farm, 7 room modern tiome, barn, machine shed $45,000. Pay $13,000 down, terms. Strout Realty, 311 N. Main, Benton. Phone 438-2991. When buying or selling, see us. Elza Conner, branch marvager, Jerry Conner, salesman. 11-26 PARTS for all electric ahavers, 24 hour service Most models. Clark Jewelers, 110 North Ninth. tf ONCE IN A LIFE TIME BARGAIN-1 Continental Belton model R5R-50F pull type shredder, complete, with 14" wheels, 13/8" PTO. brand new. Buy at distributor cost, $385,00; 1 model D-44, all new post hole digger W/9" auger, 3/8" PTO, buy at distributor cost $236.00; 1 Con-, tinenfal trailer mounted sprayer, fiber' glass tank, 14" wheels, tips bottom feed, brand new, buy at distributor cost, $518.00. Wa will continue to stock parts non, Illinois. tf ' * MONDAY'S MARKET, Nov. 14, 1966 at the Jefferson County Sale Barn^ located 4 miles east of Mt. Vernon, III. Auction every Monday, This week we had 118 consigners that brought In about 500 head of livestock and we certainly appreciate them. Then we Iwd a large number of packer buyers apd order buyers and butcher biyers for you stock. Our cattle market was steady to strong on most cattle, mostly on cows and feeder calves. Fed cattle were about steady with last week. Our best butcher cows were selling at 16 to 17 .5a Canners and cutters 14 to 15.50, thin cows 11 to 13,00. Gene Sargent, Dix, 111., had a load of ted heifers, went at 22.90 to 23.20; Bernard Moore, DIx, fed heifers up to 23.40; Tony SomeskI, Ashley, III,, fed cattle 22,60 to 23,20; Rufus Young- bkxid, Keenes, few Holstein ataers and heifers 21,40 to 22,60; Ralph Huff, Bluford, had 7 bull oalvea, weighing 465, went at 25,50, 2 choice calves, weighed 275, Each crossed the sales at 2«,75, one cow at 15,00 and one at 17 ,00; Keith Lstta, one 1300 lb. cow went at 17.00; Ed Schaffer, Ava, 111. 2 cows on* at 16,80 one at 17,10; Ross Green, Bluford, Holstein feeder steers at 20,00; Harry Smlttt, Waltonvllle, 3 heifers going at 19.00 to 22.00, these heifers weighed around tha 700 bracket; Lewis Manahan Johnsonvllle, 111., cows at 16.50, 250 lb. veal calf at 20.75; Richard Donoho, 1 cow, weighed 1500 lbs, at 17,00; O, B. Flafhery, Wayne City, 4 heifer calves 22.80; George Sidel, Keenes, 111., had a load of calves, went at 22 to 25.25; Jim Elliott, DIx, III., had 2 cows at 15,50 and 17.00; Mike Mccarty, Mt. Vernon, III., had 17 mixed calves, the steers went at 21.90, the heifers at 20.50; Irene Schlagg, Belle Rive, ill., 5 bull short horn calves, went at 23.25; Johnny Wheeler, Dale, 111.,' 1 black CBlf 24.50; Don Meadows, DIx, 180 lb. calf at 27.50, Our hog market was about steady with last week. Now don't forget, call In early, so we can get your stock In. Our sale will be starting early because the days are short. Remember competitive bidding gets them market prices. ROY TAYLOR, Operator. Phone 244-1909. 11-19 » iMfnary at aur darling sister, TInnle Prttehara Praneh wtw passed away two years ago November 23rd. Wa have only a beautiful memory. To remember our whola life through, Your tweefnest will live forever, Ai wa treasure that mamery of you Sadly missed by Sisters and Brother, BEATRICE, FLOY AND ALBY IN MEMORIAM FOR LLOYD HAMPTON KESSINGER Gone two years, our Daddy, November 21. 1964 • November 11, 1966 Our daddy died two years ago and he Is truly missed. Soma people said tiMt with the passing of VIme the loss would not grieve us so much. If anything It Is more ac- cuta now. The hurt Is greater. He taught us to appreciate the wonders sf life. Ha was kind and understanding. He win live forever In our memories- Brave, tall and Immortal. This will be to everyone who was privileged to have known him. What a wonderful gilt is memory. Our days are rich with remembrances of ttie good life we all had together— Our sweet little mother. Daddy, we sisters and our dear aunt Marie. We era glad that we shared not only our home but also a love for God and his church. THOUGH WE ARE LONELY—WE ARE NOT ALONE. God bless you. Old sweetnesa, MARY JANE KESSINGER' NELSON CARD OF THANKS Wa want to express our sincere thanks to each one tor the kindness and sympathy shown to us In the toss of our dearly beloved mother. Also for the food, flowers and cards sent to us. To the Setzekorn Nursing Home, where she had lived sinoa May 19M. A sr«clal thanks to Or. Ansllnger and tha nurses at Good Samaritan Hospital. To the Rev. Hertsert Wilson of the Central Church of Christ, for his wonderful message, also to the Myers Funeral Home for all their kindness. The family of Mary Jane Harrison. MRS. DAISY B. HINMAN, MRS. DELLA RAY, MR. JOHN C. HARRISON, MR. AND MRS. T. A, HARRISON MR, AND MRS. ENOCH HARRISON. AIRPORT CAFE-WIII be open Thanksgiving Day Nov. 24. Dinner served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. AAake reservations early. Dial 244-2243. 11-23 AUCTION SALE-Sunday, Nov. 20, at I p.m, at the Trailblazer, 3 miles west of Mt, Vernon on Richvlew Road, Lots of merchandise, George White, auctioneer, Ruth Connelly, operator. 11-19 160 ACRES—Grand Prairie Twp. one mile S. W. Cravat. Productive. Reasonably priced, modern Improvements. Lawrence GammlU, Woodlawn. 11-21 NO HUNTING OR TRESPASSING on any land owned or operated by W. L. or FOR SALE—40 acre farm, standing tlm- POR SALE—S ctiair beauty aalon. Main atreet location, 242 -S333. 11-22 POR SALE—Lunch room, good locatton In Mt. Vernon area. Small investment needed. Par Information 732-347] after 4 p.m. 11-19 rOR LEASE—D-X service station, 1814 T.-rklns, low gallonage rent. No Inventory to purchase. Excellent opportunity I'j operate your own business on amall , _ ._, Investment. Phone 242-2354 or 244-^J22. tf I 6137. )ri- of rugs, carpets, cash and carry prices. Tha Karpet Korner, 12th and Jordan, Mt. Vernon. tf 9-A—HEATING I PLUMBING FOR SALE-Good, 20 Inch, steel, Ward's coal furnace. Onty $50.00. Call 242-2257 after 6 p.m. 11.22 FOR SALE—'90 AC combine, pull type, auger header, call 534-6686. 11-22 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 244-0730, tf 14.A—FARM SUPPLIES 9-B—AppliancM VACUUM CLEANERS-ELECTROLUX- Newest carpet attachment with rotat- 1 brush. Rug washers floor polishers, S les and Service. Sterling Dodson. 242- 1 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 room house, garage, hen house and cellar. Ideal location for a lake. Located 9 miles southwest of McLeansboro. Gleta Han, owner. Write R. 2 McLeansboro, or call Dale exchange 7732481. tf Jim Riechman, Richvlew, 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 SERVICES 20~SERVICES MISC. 2—WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY— 2 to S acres vacant ground on highway. Prefer 37 north, between Mt. Vamon and Cwifralla Y. 244-0(11. 11-31 WANTED Small or larga farm. Alio wanted, cheap housei needing repair. Gal* Knox. Phena M2-49S5. tf WANTED—To buy used propana tank*. Phona 242-4359. Harper'i Propana tar- vice, Salem Read. tf 3—WANTED TO RENT YOUNG BUSINESSMAN with family wants lo rent modem 3 or four bedroom home. Prefer home adge of town, refer- •ocas. Wl-lfe Box C -3933 % Reglrter-Newi. . IM WANTED TO RENT by two adults, 4 or 5 room modern house, would prefer gaa haat, permanent ranters. Writa Box C-y % Register-News. tf •1 TV ti RADIO 15—LIVESTOCK LAWN MOWER grinding, motors repaired. Hand SAWS filed. KEYS made, locks repaired. A. S. Hodge, »11 South 18th Street. 11-26 HAND SAW, power saw blades tiled. FOR SALE-12 registered Angus heifers, | J~>(\,~iW«"^%<|i Voelker, Ben- yoarllngs, 7-2 year olds. Conard Ed-! '^"°"* 242-4129. tf 11-21 , FOR SALE—T.V. antenna towers, new mlsoo, Wayne City. «H T* »• 2"3'"'^, FOR SALE-Week old Guernsey heller and T. v.. «h and Tolla Road. Dial 242- 1 calf, good stock; Holstein and half " 1 beef baby calf; Holstein nurse cows; " Guernsey milk cows; Good Holstein milk cows. Nierman Bros. Hoyleton, III. 11-21 FOR FILTERED drinking water, prompt service, reasonable. Day 244-2815, NlghS 242-3104. tj FOR SALE—Saweral good used T. V.'s, er us*d, with or without rotor. Pcither- stun'i. Dial 244-0322, tf THE AIR IN YOUR HOME too dry? Buy a Itumldlfler for comfort. Priced from $49.95. Several models in slock. Free home trial. Featherstuns. 1112 Broadway. 11.2« GIVE THE KIDS a portable G.E. TV for Christmas. Only $78.00. Easy terms or layaway. Goodyear Service Store, 1212 Broadway. 11-21 WANT TO BUY—Feeder pigs, 40 lbs. up. Jim Gibson, Bluford, Dial 732-8156. 12^ FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING. Free estimates and delivery. B and B Upholstery. 934 York Road. Phone 24> 4106 or 244-2989. tf WANTED—Feeder pigs, will pick up at your farm, or deliver pigs to us Tuesdays. Ross Rolllnson, Southern Illinois Feeder Pig Sales, Kell, Dial 5346233 or 534-6291. tf 16—PETS AND SUPPLIES 4—WANTED MISCEl. PARM LISTINGS WANTED-Let ma help you sell your farm land. Licensed In Illinois. Can finance. Specializing In large tracts. Farm loans made in illt- nels. J. M. Wallace, Charleston, Me. Phone Mu-3-6339. 1M9 ASSUME PAYMENTS on G.E. 21" color TV. A -1 condition. Guaranteed, $4.00 per week. Goodyear Service Store, 1212 Broadway. 11-21 FOR SALE—Television, RCA walnut console, excellent condition, $100.00; Mouton lacket, size 12, hardly worn, $2«.00; older refrigerator, $20.00. Dial 244-283B or 244-0120. 11-19 10-A—SEWING MACHINES WANTED-Corn shelling, using 2-row header. Phona 242-3795 er saa Don Chapman, Liberty Road. 11-22 REPOSSESSED TV eonaole. Singer Co. 126 N. m. 11-21 WANTED—To correspond or keep company with a nice man, 45 t« SS. Write la Box C-160, % Reglster-NevtPS. 11-22 BRAND NEW SINGER console sewing machine. Only 1. «70. Singer Co. 126 N. 9th. 11.21 TAKING CHRI5TAAAS ORDERS for ell Barbie type doai clothes until Christmas. Made cheap. Dial 242-4777. 11-21 WANTED-PelntIng, deeoreting and carpenter work. Phone 242-6293. tf ALTERATIONS AND TAILORING for men and women. 242-4707. 12-1 CUSTOM BUTCHERING and complete processing. Also will freeze, pick-up and deliver. Phone 732-8217. After $:00 p.m. 732-8364. H VACUUM CLEANER with ottachments »39,95. Singer Co. 124 N. 9th. 11-21 USED NECCHI portable, ZIg Zag sewing machine, S49.95. Singer Co. 124 N. »th. 11-21 ALAHOST NEW NecchI portable sewing machine. Or»ly used 4 months, $69.95. Singer Co. 124 N. 9th. 11-21 lO-B—MUSIC FOR RENT 5—APARTMENTS FOR RENT— 2 room furnished apt., first floor. Adults, 516 S. 17th. tf FOR RENT—Modern furnished 3 apt,, 3 walk In closets, TV antenna, 2231 Broadway. Phone 242-2019. 11-22 FOR RENT—3 room unfurnished apartment, garage, heat and water furnished. Adults. Phone 242-1251. tf FOR RENT—All modern furnished apartments w'th stoker heat, 110 «'/i S, 10th. 244-1447 or 244-4492. tf GUITARS FOR CHRISTMAS-Put one In lay-away now. We are clearing our entire atock fo make way for new '67 models. All models at cost or below. Featherstun's. 11-23 SALUKI puppies, reg., whelped 8/21/64. P. 0. Box 6403. Fairgrounds Station, St. Louis, Mo. 63107-314 CHI-0953. 11-21 PUPPIES—Poodles, Bostons, Seottles, Dachshund, Toy Manchester, Collies, Bassets, Beagles, Terriers, Siamese kittens. 712 E. Main, Marlon, iU. Phone 993-4920. 11-19 THOROUGHBRED Boston Terrier puppies, 24<-2989. 936 York Road. 11-19 SPRAY your home for roaches, water bugs, ants, flear and other Insects. Price S4.00. Phone 242.1265. ff RENTAL EQUIPMENT-Floor polisher^, small and large; Wallpaper steamer. Floor Sander, Rug Shampooer, free with purchas. of shampoo. Smith- Alsop Paint and Wallpaper Co., 910 Main St. Dial 2440436. „ 21.A—RUG CLEANING FREE COFFEE and cookies now til Christmas. Singer Sewing Center, 126 N. 9th. 12-14 THE DEWITT LUMBER CO. Gift Shop presents distinctive gift ware. 102-106 S. 17th. 12-12 WANTED—Fuller Brush Co. customers. Call 242-4952 or 242-0456. 12-10 NOTICE—Enrollment Is open for new Blue Cross-Blue Shield members through tha Jefferson County HIA. For Information contact Alma Humphrey, 620 North street, Mt. Vernon or call 2440523. 11-23 CAMPBELL AAATTRESSES, Merrlman's At Ina, 111. Open Mon., Wed., FrI. only 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. tt 31—MONUMENTS FOR A NICE SELECTION of Protestant and Catholic designed monuments- Come to 1205 Salem Road, Mt. Vernon, Illinois. Geo. M. Cox, owner. tf IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my Dad, Kenneth E. C. Smith, who passed away two years ago today, November 19. There Is someone who misses you sadly. And finds tha time long since you've gone. Someone who thinks of the dally. But tries to be brave and press on. EVERETT LEE AND HARRIETT SMITH. Auto Plant To Close 4 Days KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) -Production of Rambler American bodies in Kenosha will be suspended from Nov. ^ to Nov. 28, an official of the American Motors Corp. announced Tiiursday. J.W. Mueller, general works manager of the Kenosha plant, said the suspension for four working days would "permit us to bring American field stocks into balance with our other car lines," He said the shutdown would affect only the smaller portion of AMC auto production and that the output of Rebel, Ambassadors and Marlin car lines would continue "at the full rate." The period of the suspension includes Thanksgiving Day and a weekend period. Mueller said he did not know how many em­ ployes would be affected. Earlier this week, AMC automotive sales vice president Thomas Coup said in Detroit that deliveries in the first 10 days of November reflected a substantial increase in sales of the intermediate Rebel line over one year ago. It also included, he said, the highest Ambassador sales for any initial 10-day period on record. He made no mention of the American. i! Adriatic Sea Flooding Farms ROVIGO, Italy (AP) - A doi- en zillages in the southernmost Po delta were evacuated hurriedly during the night as the waters of the stormy Adriatic sea backed up over thousands of acres of farmland. Dikes guarding dozens of other villages were threatened. While the salty Adriatic was washing gradually over the walls of the dikes, officials said there was no immediate threat to the river embankments further inland. Most of the delta land is almost a yard below sea level The Po flows high above the plains between built-up embankments and spills Into the Adriatic Sea through 10 outlets. The winds and tossing waters that menaced the delta were having an opposite effect on Venice, north of the delta. Venice was left badly exposed to the sea by the Nov. 4 floods that crippled a third of Italy. The canal city had been awash its protective dikes were torn away or weakened. Officials at Venice said the winds now blowing from the northeast were keeping sea water from piling up and surging toward the city. They said the an>defy since Nov. 4 has been over the danger of strong winds from the south carrying the Adriatic once more into Venice. More than 48 hours of rain drenched the low-lying coastal delta south of Venice. It had stopped during the night after 30 hours, but only briefly. Despite the urgings of rescue teams and local officials, hmflreds U villa|;ers and truck'] their homes and fields. Ili«gr fai-mers-ln the aelta prelerred to stay rather than abandon were not swayeft by the threat of new breaks in the dikes. EXPERT CLEANERS of rugs, w/w carpets, upholstered furniture, floors. Latest modern equipment. Jack 's Home Cleaning Service. 242-2241. tf PETS BOARDED, heated kennel, Beagles, Dachshunds, Chihuahuas, Poodles, puppies. Stud service. Mae Callander, 2425115. It POODLES, Schnauiers, Scotties, Pekingese, Wires, Dachshunds, Bassets, Cockers, German Shepherds, Beagles. Slgwerlh Kennels. Dial 244-2064. 1U1 WIRES, MINIATURE Schnauzers, Scotties, Pekingese, Chihuahua, Bassetts and Biagles. Jerl-EIen Kennels. 242-0880. tf 16.A—HUNTING DOGS FOR SALE—Registered male Beagle, 6 years old. Also one female pup, months old. Phone 244-2203. 11-21 TACK DOWN carpeting, upholstered furniture, modern equipment. Nu-Way Cleaner*, Dial 244-0075, lath and Per- klna. tf 21 -8—AUTO PARTS AND SERVICE F->R GOOD AUTO REPAIRS ^d reasonable prices, see Jim Malors, 41/1 miles on 148, 242-5132. ff BATTER I ES-Used 6 v. $4.95 exchange 12 V. $4.95 exchange. Guaranteed 4 m-iths. Stan The Tire Man. Dial 2426400. tf FOR SALE—2-10 months old registered pointer pups, Arkansas Ranger breeding. Call Belle Rive 756-2612 after 7 p.m. 11-21 HAMf/.—ID ORGANS and Hammond pianos. Full line Franchlsed Dealer serving Southern Illinois. Hammond Organ Studios of Benton, ill., 7 blocks north, 3 blocks west, Benten Public Squar.. tf FEMALE POINTER, good hunter $50.00; Male Setter $35,00, Ross Shields, Bluford, 111, Phone 755-4578. 11-21 12.C—APPLES MYERS ORCHARD—Apples—Good selection of most varieties. Open untn 6:00 p,m. during November. 12 mllei north of Mt. Vernon. If 13—AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT—Five room unfurnished du. plex apartment, 709Vi Salem Road. Stoker heat. 244-0500 or 244-1197. tf 6—HOMES ~" FOR RENT—3 bedroom, modern home. West Salem district. $100.00 per month. Phono 242-6196. 11-22 FOR SALE -'«5 Mustang, V-», 4 barrel, J-ln-fhe-fioor. Owner moving two weeks. 266-7616. 11-23 FOR SALE-'S3 Chevrolet, 5 new tires $60.00, 304 S. 17th. 11-21 17—POULTRY FOR SALE—12 young turkeys. Dial 7328203, 1 mile east Bluford Grain Elevator. Walter Scott. 11-18 FOR SALE—Started pullets, Babcock B-300 year around. Sutton's Poultry Enterprise Inc. Phone 242-6389, Mt. Vernon, tf la^BUILDING SUPPLIES 21 .C—PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EYE GLASSES $9,50 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 i TV SERVICE *f "VICE - AUTO RADIO SERVICE. See Featherstun's, 1112 Broadway Dial 244-0322. TUBES TESTED tf In loving memory of Alva Mellott, who passed away 1 year ago Nov. 20, 1965. You left a beautiful memory, and a sorrow too great to be told. But to us who loved and lost you. Your memory will never grow old. Sadly missed by WIFE, CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN AND ALL WHO LOVED HIM, FOR SALE By Owner Comfortable family home, S large bedrooms, 3 baths, many extras, large comer lot, 200 N. letb Street PHONE 342-4447 T.V. SERVICE - Conscientious, work guaranteed. One of the oldest In town, and Tone Road. Dial Burglns, 8th St. 242-2323, tf 22— LOST FLOOR TILE, WALL TILE, Asphalt, Vinyl asbestos, pure Vinyl plastic. Ceramic adheslves, etc. Tile Supply Co., Hits. lOlh. 242 -5809. tf 19—REAL ESTATE FOR RENT—4 room modern house. West part. 244-0631 after 5. tf FOR RENT—5 acres with 4 room modern house, garage, west city limits. FOR SALE—1952 Cadillac, 4 door, extra clean, good condition. Dial 242-0784. 11-21 1964 VOLKSWAGEN, 2 Dr. sedan, green, radio, heater. Full price $1199.00, 100% warranty. Regency Motors, 242-6200. tf FARMS FOR SALE—By owner. Several large tracts Delta land In S. E. Mo., alolning, and two large tracts partly rolling land near W. Vienna, III. Will finance. Will take small tracts In trade. J. M. Wallace, owner, Charleston, Mo. Mu-3-6339. 11.19 mile north. 242-4985. 1965 VOLKSWAGEN, 113 sedan, radio, | heater, white tires. Pretty red. Full, Drive. BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom brick home, double carport. Corner lot, 52 Cherry LOST-Large male DJlIIe doo. Tap around neck. Full white ring around neck. Reward, 242 -0993, Tl-™ LOST-BIrd dog, pointer, male, liver and white, with liver specks, has collar. 244 -0379, LOST-Female Beagle, black and while, tan specks on legs, bobbed tall, name on collar, Clyde E. Harris, Rochelle, III, ear tatoos CE.H, Last seen north of Keenes, near Hansons store. Reward, call 898-2341 Emmitt Shook or 898-2353 Rolla Garrison. ,,.2, LOST-B/noculars In front of 1809 Pace. Please call 244-1924. ll.jl 26—BEAUTY SHOPS It ; price $1399.00. 100% warranty. Regency FOR RENT—4 acres, 4 room house and outbuildings $35 month. 4 room house and gsraie $30 month, 17th and North street. 24J-4985. tf Motors, Salem Road. FOR RENT—Modern homes In west part; . 3 "bedrooms $85; 3 bedrooms $110 and 1 up. <m,son Roal Estate. tf 7—ROOMS FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms, permanent or transient. Colonial Hotel tf 1962 FORD FAIRLANE, fordor, radio, neater, auto, trans. 100% warranty. Full price $799. Regency Motors, Salem Road. tf tf I EXTRA NICE 5 room modern home, has : "-SO- 305 S. 11th, 242-1414. full • • NOVEMBER SPECIAL-Drass up ThankJ- elylng with a $8,50 permanent fw- 11-30 basement, garage, 307 Casey. : 27L .CAR LICENSE '64 MERCURY Comet Callente 4 door sedan. Automatic transmission, radio, heater, 100% warranty. Regency Motors, 242-6200. ff 7 ROOM MODERN home, IVi bath, also 4 room cottage on back of lot, 815 N. 11th . Street. 8—RENT MISCELLANEOUS SEE KAMi-ER. SKELGAS for SOO gallon Piopanj tanks Installed with lifetime ic lie. Kamper Skelgas. 126 Main, 244- C> 12-a '• 242-6200. '61 PONTIAC Ventura 2 door hard top. radio, heater, 100% warranty, $799.00 full price. Regency Motors, 242.6200. ft '60 OLDSMOBILE 81, 4 door sedan. Radio, heater, new rebuilt engine and automatic transmission. ~ $799.00. 100% warranty, FAST AUTOMOBILE LICENSE SERVICE effective Dec. 1. Regular trips thereafter. Make application. Tittle's Sporting Goods, 1415 S, 10th; S, and W. Motors, 1101 Salem Road; Shell Station, fiirn.fP und stockcr 'l025 • 300 S, 10th; Charles Cook, 704 22nd St. nnlv us^M '242-4692; Gale Knox, 242-4985. Wanted only $4,500.00. Springfield riders, « J BEDROOM MODERN, living room, ORDER YOUR auto and truck license carpeted, nice built In cabinets, kitchen ' now. We will have them for you De- and 2 bedrooms panneled, only $5,250.00,' cember first. Stewart Mobllehomes, 242401 N. 6th St. 0982. 12-3 4 LOTS AND 4 ROOM modern bungalo, : basement, Telle Road, FOR SALE ?—SALE MISCELLANEOUS >. Power steering,-' '^i.^'^Rf FARM, all farmable and treat-, 30—SPECIAL NOTICE •• "^'"'^ ^o"''?;! bat'emeTrl.Vce' .T^.r'T^^^tt^'Z ' mK ^TpmrHoU ^B-^ 1958 FORD 4 door 1199. Regency Motors, Salem Road, ff Keenes on Orchardville Road. D. 7. HENSON REAL ESTATE 313 B S, 10th St. Phone 242-3622 or 242-3724 12-21 „ closed , AAonday through Thursday, Nov. 21-24. ' Open again Friday, Nov. 25. Director of Soles Young Illinois Life Insurance Company licensed in three states has opening as Director of Soles. If you hove hod special policy experience OS agent, generol ogent or os No. 2 man, here is on opportunity to become No. 1. Must be enthusiostic, oggressive ond experienced in recruiting, training and motivation of other men and be able to stand rigid investigation of bockground and experience. Send brief resume and confidential appointment will be arranged. Box N-1293 c/o Register-News POR "SALE-Electrolux vacuum deanfr. ! M°«or»< Salem Road. Kwy. 242-323U it-Sifalam Road, UHM 1957 DODGE 4 door $149. Regency Motors, Salem Road, 242-6200. w , 1951 PLYMOUTH J door t}«7Ri5^ SALE-$100.00 down, $30.00 ' "'y* ^OV- 25. DANCE TO JACK STALCUP orchestra, American Legion Home, Nashville, Illinois. $1.50 admission per person, Fri- 11-23 I tf h^T'"' <"">' * room FREE TURKEY each day til Thanks- 'j;;f^7 hojj«, modern except heat, garage.. 1718 giving. Just register. No obloatlon Motors, North. Also lot 27th and Main, $500.00. Vern's Standard ^lee, 24th and Broa3; »i2«-«tt W, way, •1 FARM AUCTION Due to the death of the late Vernon Perry, Dahl^en, Ri. 1, we ^v^ll sell at public auction, I mile west and 1 mile south of Dnhl^ren. Friday, Nov. 25, 1966 Beg^innint; at 10:00 O'clock FURNITURE FARM M.\CHINERy REAL. ESTATE Desk; 1 21" RCA TV; Dav- inette; Coffe« Table; Stoker- matio Coal Heater; Electric G.E. Range; Dinette Set; Fri|fi- daire Refrigerator; China Cabinet; Bedroom Suite; Clothes Closet; Oak Dresser^ Iron Bed; II Ft. Frlgidarle Deep Freeze; Radio; Washing Machine with Tubs; 1955, 40 John Deere tractor; John Deere Disc Plow; John Deere 7 Ft. Mower; bVi Ft. Bu.sh Hog; 7 Ft. John Deere Disl; John Deere 6 Ft. Blade; 3-Foint Hitch Lift Pole; Set of John Deere cultirators; 2 Wheel Trailer; Grain Drill; Harrow; 2 Wheel Cart; New 15 In. Big Horn Saddle; Western Saddle; Set Harness; Garden Tractor, Fully Equipped; 24" Craftsman Riding Mower; Lot Shop Tools; Table Vise; Table Grinder; 60 Creosote Posts, S'/j Ft.; 60 Bales Hay and Straw; Many other items too numerous to mention. Ail equi|)ment is in good condition and ha» been well taken csare of. Real estate to be sold at auction — 1 six room house and 20 acres with double garage, bam and out buildings. Farm is located on good road with mall route and school bus service. Terms—Cash or check Auctioneers: Bill Dameron Eddie Cockrel Owner Mrs. Amy Perry And Heirs Rt. 1, Dahlgrcn. Illinois Phormaceufical Salesman Larg* «thical drug manufacturer has an opening in Mt. Vernon area for successful young salesman. Must hav* college degree with baclcground in biology and chemistry (pre-dental, pre-medical, pharmacy) or related fields. Age 23-32, with military obligations satisfied. New automobile, travel expenses, complete Insurance and retirement program furnished. Salary plus commission. Complete training program provides opportunity to excel and advance with experience and performance. Sales prospects are all professional people. Interviews will be held in Mt. Vernon. Send your complete sales and tehnical background, including college transcript, to: Sales Manager Box 89, M.P.O., St. Louis, Missouri — 63166 YOU Can Avail Yourself of the Services Offered by This Agency. Our Many Years of Experience Art Yours For A Coll. VIRGIL T. BAILEY. INC. BRICK AND ALUMINUM SI0IN9 RANCH. Wall i>uill 7, room modern ranch lioma—Lincoln school district; w/w carpeting throughout, large living room, panelied family room and dining room, 3 bedrooms, 7 eenmic Hied batt<s, beautiful ~ provincial built in cabinets, built In Steve and even. Garbage disposal, double garage with panelled walls; large let. Immediate possession. EASY TERMS. To a good nsponsible party will buy this lovely 3 bedroom all modern ranch home, carpeted living room, built m -cabiWs, ceramic tiled bath; full deep basement, gas furnace. Fine location west. Immediate possession. WILL SELL OR TRADE-Lovely, brick 4 room ell modern home; htti- weed fleers, built in cabinets, built in bath, newly decorated Inside and out, utility room, gat furnace; garage. Immediate pessestion. West tide location. $500 DOWN, balance like rent buys S room all modern home. South 34th street; carpeted living room and dining room, nice built In cabinets, built in bath, gas heal; full lot. Nicely decorated Inside and out. Garage. Priced to tell. NEW LISTING—5 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 haat. North 72th street. Lincoln school district. Immediate possession. PRICED TO SELL—Lovely older 4 bedrnom 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 floors, 2 built in baths, new gas hot water heating tytlem, now gat hot water heater; double garage, corner lot. Immediate posisession. 1125 OAKLAND AVENUE, large older family home; spacious living room with fireplace, dining room, nice kitchen with many built Ins, Panelled brealcfast room, 1 baths, 3 bedrooms, 1 mtittr bedroom with fireplace, basement, gat heat; extra larga let, big carport. Priced to sell. ONLY $14,500.00 buys lovely 6 room efffictency all modern ranch heme; nicely decorated inside and out. large living room, built in cabinets, dining room, IVi baths, 3 bedrooms, well landtcaped let. 2805 Caiey. ONLY $15,500.00 buys 6 room all modern ranch home with basement; carpeted living room, beautiful built In cabinets, ceramic tiled built in bath, family room In basement with panelling, garage. Immediate possession. W«t side location In the West Salem school district. FHA Loans and Gl Loans Availabf* We will make you a CASH OFFER for your Home or Farm VIRGIL T. BAILEY, Ince Tenth and Harrison — Phone 242-4380 "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" MT. VERNON REALTY CO. 82S Harrison — Tom A. Puckett. Broker — 242-1211 Largest Form Brokers In Southern IIKneit 160 acres, northwest Jefferson County, 8 room modem home, new 60' by 70' pole aad sheet metal bam, ISO acres in cultivation, priced at $360.00 per acre. 235 acres, no buildings, 225 acres tillable, Rend Lake property adjoins on east and south, fSSO.OO per acre — TEEMS. 133 acres, west of Waltonvllle </: mile, excellent 4 bedroom all modern home, 60' by 1%' and 18' by 40' barns, 125 acres tillable, priced at fSSO.OO per acre. 200 acres, east of Tcxlco, 140 acres tillable, fair bam, old house, $200.00 per acre, 700 acres, bottom land, SE edge of Mt. Vemon, new pole barn, 5 room house, Golden Vran fertillEer set-dp priced at $375.00 per acre. ALSO SEVERAL NICE HOMES AND BUILDING LOTS INTHECITY. Call Any of Our Salesmen Today Philip Biyant, 242-502t M. D. Burkett, 244-2889 ~ Ted MesM, 244.1282 Also SMUS For Heme and Bufirieu Properly SEE JAMISON FIRST COZY COMFORT— Enjoy comfortable automatic heat, economical due to insulation, storm windows ,and 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 farm home, North of Mt. Vernon. 3105 PEACH— beautiful ra ©A| llDedrooms, newly decorated, new living room carpe^"""" spacious built-in both with vanity. GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY awaits you in a beautiful, large homesite qt most attractive terms. OTHER FINE HOMES 2 TO 5 BEDROOMS JAMISON REAL ESTATE 1116 Main Phone 242-0372

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