Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 23, 1966 · Page 9
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 9

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 23, 1966
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1966 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VSRNON. lUINOIS American Marriages Increase Year MdKriagcs 1965 1,802,000 1964 1,724,000 1963 1,656,000 An increocs MI niurrioges is keeping pace with the naHon's populotion growth, reflecting the growing numbers of pco. pie reoching marriageable age eoch year. In ms. tilt marriage rote at 9.3 per 1,000 populotion, includinjD military personnel overseas, was the highest since 195& WHOOPING COUGH CAN BE STOPPED Th» time to stop whoopintf «eugh ie («/ore it $tartt. Immanizstion to thie child's disease !i now whoUheartedlf approved bjr the medical profeulon ... Even babies in their urly months can be immunized, Bafeljr and suceMMftillr* To protect your cWld, check with your doctor, now. DEPENDABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE BLADES ^iE^jB^ i III South lOth Sti«et WE GET THt JOB DONE! UST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US— PIM t room ranth, ttono and frimo. Hugo iiriraltd nvlng room, largo built In kilchan, playroom with firafilaca, roomy badrooma, planly of cletati, V/i tllad balhi, gat haal, 22 -car taraga-] blocht •outh of Broadway on 32nd ttraat Immadlata poMoailon. Only $ai,ooo. ioawtlful 7 room tri laval; car- potod living room, hardwood tloora, olagant built In lirtchtn 1 badresmt, larga playroom, IVj bathi, fino baiamant, ga> haal, contral air candltloning; carport, atorago. 371S Jamlion Blvd. Only *2I,000. Owtatanding S room ranch, brick and aluminum siding, lovaiy built in bttthon and bath, hardwood ffoora, oil haat, attached garage, choleo location, Uncoln ichool dii- lrl«t-7a3 Magnolia. Only $11,100. Intra nice 5 roomi plut a -broakfait nook and glat>ad back porah; w/w a a r p e I •, flraplai.e lovoly built In kilchan, V/i aoramtc tiled baths, fine basa- mant, gas heat, 2-car garage, 3 blocks from lincofn school—701 North 12th street. Only $13,900, Suburban 5 room ranch; car- paled living room, large bedrooms, built In kitchen and balh, basement, gas heal, brtezewity, garage—one acre; close in on lalam Road. Only $11,500. larga stone family home in a chaico location— 7 rooms, large carpeted living room, fireplace, formal dining room, buill in kitchen, 3 roomy bedrooms, lull basement with large recreation roam, 3 balhs, oil heat, 2-car garage with 3 room furnished apartment above; (rant $60 per month). Lincoln n c h 0 o I disliici 1108 Franklin Avenue. Only $36,500. Very atlraellve 6 rooms and imall dan, long carpeted living room, 3 bedrooms, ceramic buill bath, beautiful buill in kitchen sieve, oven, new gas furnace, (antral air conditioned; utility apaea, allachad garage; fino lot with beautiful shrubbery, storm collar, brick bar-bo-cu* and trash burner. This home is in spien- did (onditien. No. 52 Crown vlaw. Only $15,000. New 4 room Oold Modalllon ranch; carpeted living roam, boav liful built In kitchen and balh, I bedrooms, larga utility roam, eleclrli heat; ca r p o r t, atorago room, large lot with fraas—north of Summorsvllla school Spankin' new—I room tri-level, excellent construction, w/w tar- pats, elegant built in kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 1 ceremic tiled batha, large pteyroom with flraptaca, gas heat, central air condllionad, 2-car carport; hrge carnor lot with trees. One block north of Richview Road on 27th atroal. New 6 room ranch, w/w car> pats, charming built in kitchon, stove and oven, dining room.. 3 bedrooms, ceramic tllad bath, utility room, gas heal, carport—4C4 South 20lh street. Only $13,500. 5 Rooms, bath, larga corner lot with trees. In Kell, III. Only $1,500. Coiy 4 rooms; hardwood floora, built In kitchen cabinets, bath, gas heat; 2'car aarpon—approximately 3 acraa, near Summersvilla school. 809 White Avenue. Only $4,500. $300 Down, $71 per month buys nice 3 bedroom ranch homo. Gas haat—vraat. P r I « • only $9,000. Oood S room modern bungalow -nice built In kitchan, balh, good basamanf, g** (<•''< *'•<''" win' daws. Ml South 17lh at. $7,000. 6 R • o m modorn bungilew; balh, kitchon' cablnafa, baaomant, stoker haat-508 South 18th St. $5,250, lovely 7 room tri level; car' petod living room, IV2 baths, 3 bedrooms, playroom, basement, gas haat, 3'car <arport-S0l Catv na lane. MORTGAGE MONEY IS AVAILABLE A. HAROLD SEE US FOR ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS OF REAL ESTATE IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS SEE LOGAN C. WILLIAMS & RICHARDSON 315 S. 10th yol StQiy^ Salesman L«lond Elliott, RoH Story, Emil Hoffman, 242.0251 242-0252 >AUi?1EL: LAWRENCE Bewildered Child Needs More Help Than Just Love By MURIEL LAWKENCE Newspaper Enterprise Ansn. DE.4R MRS. LAWRENCE: T take care of an U-year-old granddaughter who still wcls iierself. Her mother, my daugh- ler, doesn't want to be bothered with Iier. Though she lives only 10 blocks away, she seldom visits us. The father in remarried and sees the child only about four times a year. Do I have <;ause for worry, Mrs. Lawrence? God bless you. And thank you for whatever help you can give me with this problem. . . ANSWER: If you mean by worry," self-reproach — no, 1 think you have no cause for it at all .It is not you whom this child is accusing of irre- 8ponsib!l% by this wetting habit, by trying to make herself In her wounded and groping way as irresponsible as her parents ar^. It is her parents she is accusing. But she does need help. And as you and I are seldom able to give die kind of help needed by an enuretic child, I want to ask you if your local hospital provides a psychiatric clinic? If so, take her to It. You see, there's immense fury •tored up in an ll-year-old person who insists on making herself into an intant because she's been bom, not to grownups but to infants. On the other hand, she can't step hoping that a miracle will happen to these irresponsible people — and that motlirr, father and home will nomchow be restored to hei*. So long as this hope exists* she just doesn't dare to feel that immensity of fury at them. She just can't feel it, poor lamb. T"" to feel it would be to risk the danger of esvloding it at tliem and so offend them that all hope of the miracle would be do- stroyed. And there would be can- fronting her the bleak and ter- ril)!o ti-uth that IJicrc never will be mother, father and home. She's got to face it. But you and I cannot help her do it. You have to be most skilfully prepared to face a truth like that. You need a psychiatrist to prepare you to look at it, for what you're looking at is this reality: "You are on your own. You cannot count on your parents, and never will be able to." So you need a doctor whose training has taught him how to start rebuilding your crushed Iru.tit of yourself up, up, up until It lias grown so strong that the knowledse that, you are on your own won't destroy you. Please try to get this child to a clinic. Part of love, my friend, is accepting the limits Of our power to help the loved person. Good fortune to you. SAN ANTONIO - 'WllliAm L, Lawrence, son 6)1 MM. Elizlibeth J. L&wrence 6f R.fl. 1, fi6nfti«, 111., ha« httn commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air OUR MEN IN SERVICE TRUNK S H OW—Bertha, strained elephant alvM impretilon of Rock 'n Roll groups In show at The Nugott in Sparfcf, Nev, It took gome doing to get wig big enough for har. YOU Can Avail Yourself of the Services Offered by This Agency. Our Many Years of Experienet Are Yours For A Call. VIRGIL T. BAILEY. INC. BRICK AND ALUMINUM SIDING RANCH. Well built 7 room modern ranch home—Uncoln school district; w/w carpeting throughout, largo living room, panolied family room and dining room, 3 bedrooms, 3 leramit tiled baths, beautiful provincial built In cabinets, built In stove and oven. Garbage disposal, double garage with panelled walls; large lot, Immediete possession. EASY TiRMS. To e good responsible party will buy this lovely 3 bad* room all modern ranch home, carpeted living room, buill In cabinets, ceramic tiled bath; full deep basement, gas furnaca. fine location west. Immediate possession. Will SEll OR TRADE-lovely brick 4 room all modern home; hard' wood floors, built in cabinets, built In bath, newly decorated inside and out, utility room, gas furnaca; garage. Immadi*** pestefsion. Wast side location. $500 DOWN, balance like rent buys 5 room ell modern heme. South 24th street; carpeted living room and dining room, nice built In cabinets, built In bath, gas heal; full lot. Nicely decorated Inslda and out. Oarago. Priced to sell. NEW IISTINO—5 room all modern brick home; w/w carpeting through* out, spacious living room, dining room, beautiful kitchan ydth new buill in cabinets, balh, full deep basement all finished, largo screened in perch; extra large garage, oil heat. Notlh 12th atreat. Uncoln school district. Immediate possession. PRICED TO SELL—lovely older 4 bedroom all modern home; carpatod living room and dining room, spacious family room with flrii' place, big kilchan with an abundance of buill In cablnals; garbage disposal, new stainless steel sink, hardwood floora, 3 built in baths, new gas hoi water heating system, new gaa hot water heater; double garage, corner lot. Immediate posssatilon. 1125 OAKLAND AVENUE, large older family home; spacious living room with fireplace, dining room, nica kitchan with many built (ni, Panelled breakfast room, 2 baths, 3 bedroom's, 1 master 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 cablnats, dining room, IV2 balhs, 3 bedrooms, well landscaped lot. 2I0S Caiey. ONlY $r5 ,S00.0O buys « room all modern ranch home with batamenl; carpalad living room, beautiful built in cabinets, ceramic tilad built in balh, family room in basement with panelling, garage, Immadlalo poiiassion. W«st side location in the West Salem Mheol dittricf. FHA Leans and Gl Loans Availa'ol* W« will mak* yow o CASH OFFER for your Homo or Farm VIRGIL T. BAILEY, Inc. Tenth and Harrison -> Phone 242-438Q "FREE PARKING FOR OUR CUSTOMERS" WILUAM I* I.AW«*IC« Force up<Jn graduation tMn Officer Training School (OTS) tt Lackland AFB, ttX, tor training as an electronic data proca«»lng officer. The lieutenant, a graduate of Mount Vernon (HI.) Township High School, attended Mownt Vernon Junior College and received his B.S. degree in economics from Southern Illinois University. He is a membar of B«ta Gamma Sigma. His wife, Esther, is the da«gh- ter of Mrs. Myrtle Poston of 701 Lamar St,, Mount Vernon. .0. ^ -ft. FT. JACKSON. S.C, (AHTNO Army Private Rlclde P. Hayes, whose wife, Brenda, and parenti Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Hayes, live at 3120 Cherry St., Mt. Vernon, m., completed eight weelis of advanced infantry training November 10 at Ft. Jaclcson, S.C He received speeiaUsed instruction In small unit tactics and in firing such weapons as the M-14 rifle, the M- 60 machinegun and the 3.5-inch rocket launcher. 4^ USS PERMIT (SSN594) (FHTNC) — Inttrior Communications Electrician Third Class Donald G. Horton, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Paul Horton of 1113 Shawnee St., Mt. Vernon, I 111., and husband of the former 'Betty Soloman, has received the Silver Dolphin badge aboard the nuclear submarine USS Permit, is honor of his qualification in {submarines. The presentation marlted his completion of an intensive training and examination period dur- in% which he studied, the fune- 'tions and operations of complex submarine equipment. "Hie Pemjlt is on* d the Navy's newest attacl< nuclear-powered submarines, and is homebased at San Diego, CaUf. -0- -0- -0- FT. GORDON, GA. (AHTNO Private James E. Clcvenger, 25, son of Mr, and Mrs. Ernest D. Oevenger, 1002 George St., Fairfield, m., completed a radio teletype operation course at the A^ my SouthHsaatem Signal School Ft, Gordon, Ga., November 10. He received instruction in the operation of radio transmitting and receiving sets by voice and Morse code. -0- -0- -0- U. S. ARMY. VIETNAM (AHTNO — Army Private Fh:st aass Dennis L. Hale, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Hale, 831 S. 18th St., Mount Vernon, 111., participated in Operation "Irving," a 1st Cavaky Division (Air mobile) search and destroy mission, October 1 to 24. "Irving" was one of the most successful combat operations of the Viatnames* war. A total of 620 Viet Cong were kUled, and 670 VC were captured, marking the first time in the war that the number of enemy captured exceeded the number of enemy killed. Pvt. Hale, assigned to Company A, 1st Battalion of the di- 1 vision's 5th Cavalry, entered the jArmy in March 1966 and arrived ! overseas last September. Hale is a 1963 graduate of Mt. Vernon Township High School, and his wife, Deana, Uv«s at 10 E. Crownview Drive. -(^ -0. ^ ST. RUCKER, ALA. (AHTNO -Romeo C. Ireland III, 30. aon of Mr. and Mrs. Romeo C. Ireland, 2022 Casey, Ave., Mount Vernon, lU., graduated November 8 as an aviator from the Army Primary Helicopter School at Ft. Rucker, Ala., and was commissioned a warrant officer. During the 20.week course, he was taught various firing techniques and tactical maneuvers for helicopters supporting ground troops in Vietnam, He also received instruction in helicopter maintenance and survival techniques. -0- -0 VIET NAM (FHTNC) - Marine Lance Corporal James O, Benthall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Benthall of Route One, Mt. [Vernon, 111., is a member of the 'Second Battalion, Fourth Marine Regiment, Third Marine Division in Vietnam. The Battalion participated in Operation Starlight and waa awarded the Navy Unit Citation by the Secretary of the Navy for their heroic action during the cathpaign. The Battalion at the present time is providing security for several vital instaljations in the Phu>Bai air atrip araa. CHERRY POINT, N. C- Marine Lance Corporal Burrell ,. Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester R. Phillips of 1129 S. 26th St., Mount Vernon, HI., was pro- [mbted to his present rank while serving with Marine Air Base Squadron-24, of Marine Aircraft aroup-24 on the Marine Air Corp I Air Station at Chen-y Point. His promotion was based on time in service and rank, military appearance, and his knowledge of selected militai-y subjects. The squadron is a unit of the Second Marine Aricraft Wing, j Which supports the group's administrative and mechanical sections. -0- -0- 0- SP4 Jerry D. Lappin, son ol Mr, and Mrs. Joe Lappin of Farina, former residents oJ Bonnie, is now serving with the 3e8th Transportation Co., in Viet Nam, SP -4 Lappin received his basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo, He spent six months in Ger- JERRY D. LAPPIN many after which he received advanced Infantry training at Fort Meade, Md. For friends, who wish to write, his address is SP-4 Jerry D. Uppin. US 55812850, 368th Transp. Co., 71 B.N. Ter-Ser., APO San Francisco, California—-96491. -0 -0- -0- Airman 2.aass Donald G. Bon son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bond of 814 south 22nd Mt. Vernon, is now stationed at Clinton Sherman, Air Force Base, Okla. He received his basic training and was stationed at Chanute Field, 111., before being transferred to Clinton Sherman. He received his second stripe as airman 2-class, the first of October. For friends who wish to write, his address is: A-2C Donald G. Bond, P.O. Box 203, Clinton Sherman Air Force Base, Oklahoma—73632. -0- -0- -0- AA Bruce L. Pasley, son of Mr. and Mra. Leonard Pasley of Route 4, Mt. Vernon, has returned to his base at Glynco Naval Air Station at Brunswick, BRUCE h. PASLEY Ga., after spending the weekend witli his parents. He enlisted In the U.S. Navy and reported for duty. April 28, 1966, at Great Lakes, HI., where he received his recruit training. For friends, who wish to write, his address is: AA Bruce L. Pasley, B50-81-80, A.T.C. School Testing Hanger n, N.A.T.T.C., U.S. Naval Air Station, Glynco, Ga. -31520. ,/Aseot ProbhnisP lEMOVE FOOD. DISHES IEF0REUSIN8 PESTICIDES 1 National Basketball Association | B By IHE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Results Baltimore 325, San Fran. 117 Cincinnati 121, New York 118 Today's Oames San Francisco vs. Baltimore at Washington, D.C. St. Louis at Boston Philadelphia at Cincinnati New York at Detroit Chicago at Los Angeles Thursday's Games San Francisco at Philadelphia Boston at St. Louis SHOP FRIDAY AND SATURDAY For These BIG VALUES! ORANGE JUICE "Lucky Gold" Frozen "The Real Thing" 6-ez. cans ChuckRoast First Cuts Armour Star Com Fed Beef lb. 3» Center Cuts jb .45e SKoulder Roast Pot Roast Pot Roast Chuck Steaks Swiss Steaks Beef for Stew Beef Shanks Wieners Practically; Boneless 7-Bone Practically Boneleu Boneless Shoulder Center Cuts Round Bone Shoulder Boneless Fine for Soup Jersey Farm All Meat Skinless «.49« Ground Beef Ground Fresh 3.|i|, Many Times , Daily pkg. With Coupon Below $|4S HILBLRG BONEIFSS DtEF V Cubed Steaks lU Jersey Farm Thinner Thick , Sliced pkg. With Coupon Below 2 ounce CI 00 Steaks ^1 MANHATTAN COFFEE^ • BiBi With Coupon Below HUNT'S STEAKHOUSE CATSUP OR RE'^'" AR WITH COUPON J BELOW I 14.og. bots. JERSEY FARM WHITE Enriched BREAK WITH COUPON BELOW 2 T /4 -lb. loaves LIBBY'S DEEP BROWN "3 KINDS" WITH COUPON BELOW CLIP 'N SAVE CASH TRI-CITYCOSPONITRI-CITY COUPON : WORTH F Toward 50^ Purchase I GROUND BEEF ; 3-ib. $145 : pkg. • : WITH COUPON I WORTH Toword UPON Purchase I [ LIbby's Deep Brown Beans ; TRI-CITYco WORTH ^Qi^ Toward cans WITH COUPON • limit 1 ««upon per cuilemtr wllli qddl. , • llonol il.SO or rnort purchoia •( mtoti, , • itsMrlei ar product, net Includlni cl(. , • orottoi or ony coupon Horn. Coupon g • oxplrti Wtdnoiday, Nov. 30. Cuitomii g • muit pay loloi tax fnvotvod. • V»'r «Tr«Ti-«Tn»nnrwinrww •rrr* TRI-CITY COUPO^ I p Umlt 1 coupon 9%t cuitomor with add[. , < I tlonol $1,90 or mtr* purchaio of miatt, ,' • procorin or prtduct, not Including ilg- g' I artlloi or any coupon Ham. Coupon g' • oxplroi Wodnoidoy, Nov. 30, Customor • muit pay laloi tax Involvod. liilitlii'iibiil Purchase 2 Jersey Farm Thin • or Thick Sliced Mb. f|M* BACON . pkg. I I WITH COUPON j limit I coupon p«r (viltmtr wl* tU\> • llonol %\,iO or moro purchaio af mtili, S irtcotlai or product, not Includlni • orolltl or any coupon lltm. Covptn S oxplioi Wtdnoiday, Nov. 30. Oiilomtr f muit pay lolti lax Involvtd. f WORTH Toward WORTH Purchase Manhattan COFFI| 5e eff 1-ib. MQd label can OT^ WITH couroN IMl t nvptit iptr tuitomtr wllh aMU Html II .So at mtra pwi<h«i« •! intali, irtctrlti or |ii*4u<«, ml IniluiUni cti. •itllti •! any uupm litm, Couptn 9fplf»t Wodnoidoy. Nov. 30. Cuilomor mull pay Mitt tcx Involvod. * 210 TRI-CITYco 150 UPO^ Toward Toward i,'WORTH Purchase;; 19^ Purchase: : Hunt's CATSUP ;; Jersey Farm White ' Steakhouae A 14 oz. gt^d !; Inrldied, ; or Regular I »ottles |^ • WITH COUPON ;• WITH COUPON • • limit t Mupcn por CHilsmor wllh iddt. • llanti $l,JO or m»r* purdioM •! mooti, • . . _, troctrlii or produw, not tnclvdinp cl|. aiottot or ony coupon Itom, Coupon ig orolloi or any coupon Ham. Coupop .a Loaves ^t'' • 4 t4oz. /Q^ ;; Birienetf A bottle. .; ^ 2 «COUPON ;* • llfflll 1 coupon por cuilomor wllh tiiU \\ • tlonal tl.JO or moro purihoio ol mooli, i, • grocorloi or produce, not Includlni <l«' ig • a'ottot or any coupon Itom, Coupon tg .„„„ „,r-~ .—••• ——..^ • oxplroi Wodnoidoy, Nov. 30. Cuilomor o g nxplroi Wodnoidoy, Nev. 30. Cuilomor * • muil pay loloi lax involved, Ig muit poy laloi lax Involyod. ^

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