Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 5, 1963 · Page 6
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December 5, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 6

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THE REGISTER-NEWS -— MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1963 Our Men Jacoby In Service j On Bridge ... CAHTNC)—Army Pvt. Donald E. White, son of Mr. and Mrs. AGlcn White. Route 1, Fairfield. i III., is scheduled to complete I eight weeks of advanced infantry | training with light weapons at *. Fort Polk. La., Dec. 13. During I the training, White is receiving *. instruction in the use of I he auto- Ij rrmtic rifle, the light machinegun, I and the 3.5 rocket launcher. The IF SlfKRLOCK PLAYED ItKIDGK — BV OSWALD JACOBV Newspaper Enterprise, Assn. Had Sherlock Holmes devoted his talents to bridge he would have had a lot of fun finding the criminal on this hand after various misadventures in bidding and play. East took his ace of clubs and DONALD E, WHITE 23-ycar-old soldier entered, the Army in August 106.1 and completed hisic training al Fort Polk. White is a graduate of Wayne City Community High School. » • » Eugene Nowicki is now spending two weeks at home with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Nowicki of Ashley, Illinois, after having completed nine weeks of Recruit Training in the U. S. Navy at Great Lakes. Illinois. After his two weeks at home on vacation, Eugene will report to one of the Naval activities in Port Lyautey, Morocco where he has been assigned for duty with his brother. Anyone desiring information on the U. S. Navy may contact the Navy Recruiter at U16 Main, Tvlt. Vernon, Illinois or at the Post Office In Ashley on Tuesday mornings. Ml. Vernon office phone number Is 212-1779. NEED CHRISTIAN EDUCATION CINCINNATI CAP)—Unless Protestant churches and families develop a program of Christian education involving perhaps three hours n week by children attending regularly and working under qualified teachers, "there will be no next generation, religiously speaking," a Methodist pastor con• tends. The Rev. David Sageser of Clifton Methodist Church says further that a strange development is the willingness of "our \Protestant people to invest :large sums in the erection of imposing education buildings, the work of which they are unwilling to support by any kind .of funds or personal involvement." NORTH S • 104 VKJ763 • K 100 5 + 75 WEST ISA ST 49862 *A7 V8 VQ102 • •Q8632 + QJ1032 +A94 BOOTH (») AKQJ53 V A954 • J No one vulnerable Sonth West North East 1 4b Pass 1 N.X. Pass 2V Pass 3* Pass 4 y Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—+ Q relunii'u I in- suil. .souui w.,n >..,n the king and promptly led his jack or diimonds. He wanted to steal that diamond trick before going after trumps, because he f"lt that it would be much more difficult to perform this robbery later on. Sure enough; West played the seven spot and dummy's king hold the trick. There was no way for South to avoil the loss of a trump trick and a spade, but the game had been stolen. Who was the criminal'.' Smith had stolen the game, but that isn't really a crime in bridge. Holmes would not have given him a second thought. The crime is to let your opponent steal it from you. Was West the criminal" He certainly eo.ili have ^one up with his acv of diamonds and set the hiind and West probably should have iieen suspicious of that imm-vlhto lead of the ja'k of diamonds. Holmes would mark him down as an accessory, but the real criminal was r>as* Fast had taken a c'.ub trick and was looking at tricks in spades and hearts. One more trek would s--! the contract and t !'C best place to get it would be in diamonds East should have ird a diamond at trick two and protected bis partner. Flemen- t:iry. Dr. Watson. Fast was the game's .Moriariiy. BONNIE Mr. and Mrs. Don Williams and children, Mike, Teresa and Pam visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs Weaver Williams and their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Knowles, Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Stella Jenkins and Mrs. Frma Curlock were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Curlock. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bell and daughter, Deana of Clinton. III., visited with her aunt, Mrs. Asa Knowles. Sunday. Wayne Book of West Frankfort visited his aunt, Mrs. Weaver Williams Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce, Mrs. Erma Curlock and Mrs. Stella Jenkins attended the funeral services for Mrs. Florence Atchison, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Knowles shopped in Mt. Vernon, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Born of Decatur are the parents of a daughter recently. She weighed LEGAL NOTICE EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Estate of Charles E. Shafer, deceased. The undersigned having been appointed Executor of the last Will and Testament of Charles K. Shafer, deceased, hereby gives notice that Monday, the 6th day of January 1961 is the claim date for said estate, and that al! claims may be filed against the estate of the said decedent on or before said date without issuance of summons. AGNES SHAFER. Executor. DKMETRI HASSAKIS At tome v for Executor flOS'i Main Street Mt. Vernon, Illinois. 12-5 i Come in...LOOK AROUND -•— k -—r at these top value used cars 1960 Chevrolet Impala 4 Door Sedan New whiteualls, radio, healer, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, deluxe interior, tinted glass. Tins car is clean as new. 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 Door 6 Cyl. Power Mooring, radio, heater, automatic transmission, clean throughout. 1962 Volkswagen Sedan Pearl white, radio, heater, sliaip 1959 Dodge Custom Royal 4 Door Sedan V-8. aii !"'natie transmission power . tee ring, power h>-;ikev radio. I" i'. •• re-'il shm 1961 Volkswagen Sedan Pear) wnite, radio, heater, WW tires, lake new. 1956 Buick Special 4 Door Automatic transmission, radio, clean, 1955 Mercury Montclair 4 Door Sedan V-8. automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, radio, heater. Excellent buy. 1960 Volkswagen Sedan Black, perfect mechanical condition. Your Car It Worth More At REGENCY SEE ONE OF OUR COURTEOUS SALESMEN Paul Chauncey Bill Steven* George Cisco I MOTORS, Inc. Same Location—New Owner Located on North Salem Road (Route 37) Phone 242-6200 Mt. Vernon PUBLIC NOTICE The Mt. Vernon Fire and Police Commission will hold an examination for eligibility list for Mt. Vernon Fire Department. All persons from 21 to 35 years of age, residents of Jefferson County, are eligible to take examination. Application forms may be picked up in the Office of City Clerk. Application forms must be returned to City Clerk's Office by ,i:00 p.m., December 20, 1963. The Commission will notify all applicants of time and place oi examination. Signed: MT. VERNON FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSION Leslie E. Mannen Ray Benoist Guy Ridgeway ORDINANCE NO. 63-29 AN ORDINANCE REGULATING AND LICENSING TERMITE OK OTHER PEST CONTROL CONTRACTORS OR EXTERMINATORS Be it ordained 'oy the City Council of the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, as follows: SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to engage in business in the city of Mt. Vernon as a Termite or other Pest Control Contractor or Exterminator without first having obtained a license there­ for as hereinafter provided. SECTION 2. Any person, firm or corporation who shall apply any solution, compound or method to any structure or land for the purpose of controlling, killing or exterminating any termite or other pest shall be deemed to have engaged in business as a termite or other pest control contractor or exterminator. SECTION 3. Any such termite or pest control contractor or exterminator shall make application for license with the City Clerk, and shall state on such application the name of the applicant, his address, previous experience in such business, and any other places where applicant has previously rendered pest control services. If applicant be a corporation or firm, then the name and address of the manager or supervisor for all pest control work In Mt. Vernon shall be stated. SECTION 4. The annual fee for such license shall be $25.1X1 and all such licenses shall expire on April 30 following their issue and shall be renewed only upon application therefor. Every such license shall bear a legend conspicuously printed at the top "The granting of this License does not imply or infer approval of the, holder or of his ability by the | City of Mt. Vernon." ; SECTION 5. Prior to treating I any structure or performing ' services on any premises within ! the City of Mt. Vernon for the control and extermination of termites or other pests, a licensee shall first obtain a permit from the City Clerk stating the location where such work is to be done and the person for whom the work is to be done. There shall be no charge for such permit. Upon completion of such work, such licensee shall return the permit marked "Completed." SECTION 6. No such license shall be issued or renewed to any applicant who shall have violated any ot the terms of this Ordinance or who shall have failed to perform services for which he has contracted and been paid. SECTION 7. PENALTIES—Any person, firm or corporation violating any provision of this Ordinance shall be fined not less than five dollars nor more than two hundred dollars for each offense; and a separate offense shall be deemed committed on each day during or on which a violation occurs or continues. SECTION 8. The within Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication as by law required. PASSED by the City Council of the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois this 2nd day of December, 1963. APPROVED by the Mayor of the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois this 2nd day of December, 1963. PUBLISHED in the Mt. Vernon Register-News on the 5th day of December, 1963. APPROVED: JOHN J. MANION, Sr. i Mayor I ATTEST: t PAUL HAYES,-Cloi 'k- eight pounds and 15 ounces and has been named Tammy Rena. Mrs. Born is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Knowles. Those who helped B. II. l,ow- cry celebrate his birthday were, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Huffman, Mrs. John Huffman, Mrs, Goddes and son, Chris of Midland City, 111., Miss Alice Lowery of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. As ;i Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lowery and James Wright. Mrs. Lora Lisenby of Mt. Vernon spent. Thanksgi\ing Hay with her sister. Mrs. Maxinc Kniffen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Parley Rings of Mt. Vernon visited her sister. Mrs. Minnie Kinman. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville brennen spent a few days last week with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Frenick in Kansas City. Kan. Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce were dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ma I bus in Bluford. Rev. and M r«. Raymond Switzcr and daughters Candacc and Nancy of Granite City spent from Thursday until Saturday visiting Mrs. M;U>el Book and Jim. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blackburn of Jolict were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. James Glasco. Mr. and Mrs. Orliff I licks and family of Rochelle visited his mother, Susan Hicks and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bumpus from Thursday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Durwcrd L. Book anil Maria of Granite City atended Mrs. Sarah Wilson's funeral, also visited friends Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Garold Farthing, Hindsboro, III.. Mr. and .Mrs. Wallace Farthing, Mrs. Jerry Farthing and children, Tana Lynn and Mark Edwf rd, Mrs. bella Jane Hugbey of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Mary Jane Allen, children, Vicky, Randy and Brian Edward, were Sunday dinner guests. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Rightnower, daughter Angela bawn and Sherry Ranee and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jeffries. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Williams and children, Mrs. Mary VVhisenhunt and Mrs. Myrtle Beard attended the revival in Nashville. 111. and heard Harold IJHHBII Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Garrett and children John and Edna Sue from Cowling, III., called Saturday on Mr. and Mrs. Forrest, Hayes. Mrs. June La Sara, daughters Vickie and Valerie of Villa Park. III., spent from Thursday to Sunday with her brothers i Virgil and Johnnie Beckman land families. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hayes WOODLAWN Mrs. Mary Champ and children. Deanna and Darrell visited last week in Peoria with Mr. and Mrs. Wllburn Parkhlll. Mr. and Mrs. Verner Clark visited last week In Chicago with their son, Mr. Gerald Clark and family. Mr, and Mrs. Bob Piercy and children of Dallas. Texas visited friends here last Tuesday. Earl Spangler of Gary, Indiana and Lawton Spangler of Bluford visited Wednesday with Miss Sadie Coats. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Troutt and son Gene were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ciitler in Ml. Vernon. Mrs. Alva Tate of Kell spent Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mrs. Lucy Burns. Mr. and Mrs. I-ouie Piper and of Aurora, III., visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hayes. Mrs. Myrtle Beard and grandson Randy spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Gale Beard and family of Benton. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Moss spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Williams. Miss Clara Allen spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Byford Houseworth of Christopher, III. . . . Mrs. Asa Knowles, Cor. daughter, Pam and Mrs. Irene Knox and children, Larry and Karen spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hampton in Carbondale. Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Knox were: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Knox of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White and son of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Knox and son of Inington and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Knox Jr. and children of Woodlnwn. Dave Beaty USN, enroute from Bellefontaine, Ohio to USN Base in San Francisco, California, stopped over for a three day visit with Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Nowicki last week. Thanksgiving Day guests at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Benton Lacey included: Mr. and Mrs. Joel Newell and son, Kent and Mr. and Mrs. Earl McNoel and children, Mike and Debbie of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Estella Newell, Mr. Walter Davis and Mr. Nelson Davis, of Waltonville, Mr. and Mrs. Charles WelLs and sons, Rickie, Jimmic and Lonnie, Miss Mildred Lacey, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Newell and son, Marshall till i of Woodlawn. j Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Sulcer of | Waltonville visited Sunday with j Mr. and Mrs. Morton Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Poorinan have returned home after a week's visit in Hiawatha, Kansas STUDY OF UNIONS AND BAPTIST CHURCH LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP> -• A study of church responsibility toward labor unions will be the first project undertaken by the Conference and Research Center or Southern Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville. Church officials explained labor unions were not an area of with Mr. and Mrs. John Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. George I<asko- wski enjoyed Thanksgiving Day with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. "Sonny" Laskowski. The dinner was given In honor of Mr. George Laskowski's birthday. . . . Mary Jaco, Cor. concern as long as the Southern Baptist Convent Ion was a church of the rural Smith. In recent years, the demoninat ion has grown in New York, Iteltoit and other urban centers where unions play a major role. The new center is sponsored by the Southern Baptist Foundation, which hopes its supporters eventually will include I,000 associates. Research In social problems and church renewal will wail, until the foundation has more funds and a futitline staff. The Dominican Republic was ruled by dictator Rafael Le. Trujillo Molina from 1M0 to IfNii, when lie was slain by assassins. If cows could...they'd give MILN0T use mnamtmrn ; v ;• ra * at •.<:•.*• mm rim «ii »irir vvareirr'av mm m 'wm^mwrwm -mm* m •;,•>.•. M ? mum* m.< u jm^mmx mmmm mim xmrntrnm mord &tt /i 1500 North Salem Road PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE DIAL 244-1807 OPEN SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS "If It Comes From Borden's. 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