Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 20, 1951 · Page 8
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r • THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT VERNON, fLLlNOIS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1951 It's the Talk of the Town! e • Continued All Week USED CARS 1950 FORD CUSTOM TUDOR— Overdrive, air conditioner heater, plastic seat covers, low mileage, exceptionally clean. 1950 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 4-DOOR — Rodio, heater, overdrive, original green finish. 1949 FORD TUDOR CUSTOM 8-CYL.— Radio, heater, exceptionally clean. 1949 CHEVROLET TOWN SEDAN— Heater, sect covers, new rubber. 1948 FORD TUDOR — Radio, heater, beautiful blue finish, A-1 condition. 1946 DODGE H -TON PICKUP— Priced to sell 1947 FORD TUDOR —Radio, heater, beautiful green finish,'exceptionally clean. 1941—NASH 2-DOOR AMBASSADOR 1941 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR 1940 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR HOLMAN MOTOR CO. INC. Your Friendly Ford Dealer 215 N. lOfh Street Phone 266 'BREAKING A LANCE' — Once more the Aire of Chivalry is recreated as armored "knights" joust diirinc Festival of the Middle Ases at Dammarie >Ies-Lys, south of Paris. France. THE WHOLE GANG'S HERE — one of 14 children and 13 times an uncle, CpL Jackie Curley, 19, rets a real welcome back from Korea at a family (atherinc in Louisville. Ky. There are no original copies of of the New Testament of the Bible e.xtant. "TufFy" Armstrong has too many tires on hand ... but that's big news... good news for you ... because we're having the most spectacular "TIRE TRADE-IN SALE IN HISTORY" . . . Prices ore slashed to rock bottom! ARMSTRONG TIRES Use Our Easy Credi Plan STANDARD TIRE COMPANY rioHAuy hoxords. Take n^^mittii^m of this trade-in %tAmUtdivfi\iSn^ this od with you wnAft^i^in; free gift with each purchot*^ 1014 Broad%foy Phone 60 Bury Time Capsule Under Los Angeles By Associated PrcES LOS ANGELES. June 20.—One thousand years from now someone may want to dig underneath the Pershing Square underground garage and find out wha* life was like in Los Angeles in 195]. ! A "time capsule" is to he ! planted beneath the tliree-.story subterranean garage. The capsule is three feet high and 12 inches in diameter, and has steel walls PROPOSE THREE AMENDMENTS TO STATEJCHARTER Changes On Revenue, Sheriff Re-election, Bonk Stock Come Up. By AnaclaUd Pr«ii SPRINGFIELD. 111., June 20 — The Illinois Senate today approved amending the revenue article of the State Constitution, putting the question up to voters next year. The proposed amendment, endorsed 43-0. would allow classification of property for taxation purposes. It would expressly bar a graduated income tax. The recommended change in the 1870 state basic charter was the second to clear the present legislative session. The House yesterday completed action on a proposed amendment to put a referendum whether to rescind the charter restriction against i-eelcction of sheriffs and county treasurers. The vote w^as 106 to 6. This proposal also would allow the legislature to fix salaries of county officers. Bank Sluu-eholder Liability A third amendment apparently headed for the November, 1952, general election ballot would remove double liability from state bank shareholders. The House okayed it 135 to 1 yesterday. The Senate still must act. The Constitution now requires a shareholder, when a state bank goes broke, to surrender not only his stock but cash or assets in an equal amount if needed to meet creditors' claims. Two weeks ago, the House favored an amendment allowing classification of property for taxation purposes, prohibited by present basic charter provisions. For adoption in a referendum, any of these amendments would require a two thirds favorable majority of persons balloting on the proposition. The Senate has okayed and referred to the House proposed amendments for an annual legislative session, instead of one every two years, and for legislative reapportionment. The reapportionment plan, which would provide eight more Assembly seats for Chicago and Cook county, is similar to one already turned down by the House. The Assembly may submit to voters at one time amendments to only tnree articles of the Constitution, which means that not all those which have skipped preliminary legislative hurdles can win final approval. Defense Plant in Kentucky Town Bv AtiociaUd Prtss DETROIT, June 20.—The Detroit Harvester Company disclosed today that it would break ground this week for a new defense plant at Paris, Ky. J. Thomas Smith, company president, said the new plant would supplement the firm's pounds, present four plants in Detroit, It hasn't been decided yet what Ypsilanti, Toledo and Zanesville, all will go into the time capsule. O. DLOOD MOBILE AT THE ARMORY FRIDAY, JUNE 22 12 NOON TO 6:00 P. M. PHONE 2083 FOR APPOINTMENT a half inch thick. It will have a screw cap like the nose of a bomb that will make it air and water tonight. Its weight, 225 Safe - Buy USED CARS SEE us FIRST FOR THE BEST We now have in stock some of the cleanest utied cars In Southern Illinois. Tiie followiUK list of cars are all one>owner automobiles—and we suf ^gest that you see them now. 1950 MERCURY SPORT SEDAN— Radio, heater, overdrive, plastic seat covers, fender shields, with that beautiful Everglade Green paint. 1949 MERCURY SPORT SEDAN— Radio, heater, overdrive, seat covers, sun shade, fender shields, new tires. See this one! 1948 CHRYSLER WINDSOR 4-DR. SEDAN — Radio, heater, white wall tires. This car has a beautiful dark blue finish. 1947 OLDSMOBILE SEDANET "66"— Radio, heater, spotlite, outside mirror, fog lites, good rubber. 1941 FORD FORDOR— This is a Super DeLuxe 8 -cylinder and there aren't many left like this one. Many Others to Choose From Telephone 2519 Located on Salem Rood Just North of the Parkmore Grill Thrifty Buyers Say-"Buy the Mak* N«arfy DOUBIE S4WNGS!" St. Joseph ASPIRIN Auctioneer T. B. RUSSELL Mt. Vernon, III. SALE BARN, Every Monday Furniture — Farm —or— Land — Satisfaction Guaranteed — All Salei broadcast over WMIX. 'Phones: Hoyelton 17-0 Day — Mt. V. Midwest Seed Co.. 127, Night — Mt V.. C. W Waite. Res. 194S-W. GLASSES Dr. J. W. Willioms, 0. D. 116 North 10th St. Mt. Vernon. III. For Our Want-Ad Users' Convenience USE THIS HANDY FORM TO MAIL IN YOUR ADS If it 's unhandy for you to come to our office to place vouT add . CUP THE FORM HRLOW and WRITE YOUR COPY In the apace provided . . If« the easy way to place your wants before a large audiencp of readers. (OVER 35.000 READERS IN THIS AREA) The convenient rate chart below will show von the cost of your ad according to the number of words and times vou want vour ad to nin Enclose your money, stamps or check with the form and mall to: CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT In Care of THE REGISTER-NEWS •Cash Rates For Classified Advertising- TIME TO BUY LIQUOR IS NOW from the only Liquor Store in Mt. Vernon East Side Square - FREE DELIVERY. PHONE 100 or 708 Free Parking in Rear PUBLIC SALE BENTON, ILL. Wednesday, June 27 Cafe and All Equipment By the Piece INCLUDED— 1 Electric Refrijjerator. 1 Klectrlc Coca Cola (fountain). 1 6-Case Electric Bo.v. 1 Cash Register. 17 Counter Stools. '6 Booths. 9 Tables. 1 Eleptrlc Malt Mixer. Chairs, Dishes and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS—CASil. CLYDE CARNEY, Owner T. B. RUSSELL, Auctioneer. Listen to Auctioneer Russell every Friday, 11:60—WMIX. 2 Times 4 Times 6 Times 12 Times 1 Month 15 WORDS .$ .75 $1 25 $1.50 $2.50 $5 00 16 WORDS * • .. .80 1.33 1.60 2.66 5.30 17 WORDS • • . • .85 1.41 1.70 2.82 5.60 18 WORDS • • .. .90 1.49 1.80 2.98 5.90 19 WORDS • • .. .95 1.57 1.90 3.14 6.20 20 WORDS • • ..100 1.65 2.00 3.30 6.50 21 WORDS • • .. 1.05 1.73 2.10 3.46 6.80 22 WORHS • • .. 110 1.81 2.20 3.62 7.10 23 WORDS .. 1 15 1.89 2.30 3.78 7.40 24 WORDS • • .. 1 20 1.97 2.40 3.94 7.70 25 WORDS . 1.25 2.05 2.50 4.10 8.00 26 WORDS « • < . 1 30 2.13 2.60 4.26 8.30 27 WORDS . 1.35 2.21 2.70 4.42 8.60 28 WORDS • • • . 1 40 2.29 2.80 4.58 8.90 29 WORDS • • « . 1.45 2.37 2.90 4.74 9.20 30 WORDS • • • . 1.50 2.45 3.00 4.90 9 .50 MTNTMTTM rHARnE --75c for two Insprtions. IN MRMORIAM lOr per line Minimum charpre 75c. OBTTrARII ^S 1c per word Minimum charge 75c. CARD OF THANKS 15c per line Minimum charee 75c. 8 POINT RKAI^KTIS 15c per line. 25c per line for Blackface headlnRS- SPECIAL HEADINGS in Classified Section—60c each. HOW TO WRITE A WANT AD Results come nuiclter when /oil tell everything neressaiT to mal<e your offer clear and attractive . , . Descrlhe completely .. Make ft sound Interesting to yourself and It will sound Interesting to others . . "The More You rell— the Quicker You Sell!" *BUY! *RENT! •SELL! •TRADE? WWte One Word To The Space The More You Tell the Quicker You Sell! •••::WBB (iaW «'!W»>>"''"-'-'<"'-'»ww

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