Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on July 6, 1951 · Page 3
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# FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1951 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Dewey Warns Against Peace By Surrender 0 By Associated Press TOKYO, July 6.— Tomas E. Dewoy said today the United States is dedicated to making world peace inevitable but cautioned the free nations against "peace by surrender or appeasement." The New York Republican governor made no direct reference to the Korean cease-fire talks scheduled to begin Sunday. He spoke before the America- ftfapan Society, composed of prominent Americans in Japan and Japanese business and govern- leaders. The speech was broadcast in the U. S. The United States, he said, is not afraid of internal and external communist aggression and has not "the slightest doubt of the final outcome." Likewise, Dewey added, the U. S. is unafraid of the "continuing threat of warlike communist ag- • gression" because of America's tremendous industrial might. The twice-defeated Republican presidential nominee declared "neutralism is an illusion from which only the harsh reality of defeat and' slavery can result." He said the free nations "with unitv and development of overwhelming strength" can "look forward to the gradual exhaustion and disintegration of the communist forces of slavery and ag- ^gression." Rule Ad Costs Are Deductible By Associated Press WASHINGTON, July 6. — An advertising man has quoted Secretary of the Treasury Snyder as saying "normal and reasonable expenditures" for advertising will continue to be deductible as a business cost in income tax re# turns. After conferring with Snyder yesterday, Kai Jorgensen of Los Angeles told reporters: "The Secretary said the free riissemniation of news depends largely on the advertising that makes newspapers both possible and profitable. He also assured St.Joseph ASPIRIN ELECTRICAL WIRING Complete Supplies tor R. E. A. LARGE SELECTION LIGHT FIXTURES CSE WARDS PAYMENT PLAN Free Estimate Given Phone 518 Ask for Mr. Piercy MONTGOMERY WARD General Wins Hero Decoration By Associated Prtss TOKYO, July 6.— Lt. Gen. Edward M. «Almond has been awarded the Oak Leaf cluster to the Distinguished Service Cross for extraordinary heroism and leadership of his U. S. Tenth Corps in Korea. The general was citeu for his actions from May 16 to 25 when his corps halted an attack by three communist armies. Among "countless acts of individual heroism" cited were six flights Almond made in an unarmed plane to or over the front. On May 19 he turned his plane over to a tank platoon leader, joined the tank column and directed tank fire which silenced a Red machinegun firing on the tank beside which he crouched. Two days later, while reconnoitering for tanks, he flew through intense automatic weapons fire to locate Red guns "and personally directed their destruction." The same day the general flew four times through a Red-held mountain pass, through communist small arms fire and U. N. artillery fire. The citation said such acts as these "provided the inspiration and forceful leadership essential at this critical time." Almond won the DSC in the Inchon landing last fall. me that normal and reasonable expenditures for advertising will remain deductible as a business cost." 27 Children Die In Ship Tragedy By Associated Press BERLIN, July 6.— East German authorities today announced they have found the bodies of two more children drowned in the explosion of a small ship yesterday on the Spree river, raising the official death toll to 27. East Berlin people's police at the same time ordered the seizure of all gasoline-engines and a critical inspection of all other river craft in the Soviet sector. The police blamed the tragedy on a faulty gasoline engine which caught fire. The explosion came at a most unfortunate time for Communist authorities who are waging a propaganda campaign for their world youth festival in East Berlin next month. Explosion Rips Kentucky School SMITHS GROVE, Ky., July 6. —Pieces of stone were tossed 1,000 yards yesterday when an explosion ripped the North Warren consolidated school here. The school janitor, Cleveland Kincheloe, was blown 30 feet against a basement wall and was killed. A flying piece of stone struck 11-year-old Carolyn Cooke as she played in her yard, 300 feet away. Town Marshal Porter A. Cassidy said it was believed a lighted cigarette may have touched off accumulated gas when the janitor opened a basement door. FANCY DRESSED POULTRY Phone Your Order for Prompt Service See us for Fly Sprays, Crab Grass Killer, Spray and Dust Guns, Late Garden Seed, Lawn Seed and Fertilizers. (We have new Print Bags). WE WILL BUY SOME GOOD WHEAT AND RYE SUITABLE FOR SEED FARMERS PRODUCE AND SEED COMPANY Phone 235 — O. B. SCRIVNER, Mjrr — 1010 Broadway FARMERS DON'T STO P WORK PHONE 1101 When You Hove Tire Trouble We'll come right out to your farm and service your tires on the job! • Flats fixed on any make or size tire without removing the wheel from j'our equipment. • Cuts and breaks repaired. • Tubs valves replaced. • Liquid JlHng drained and replaced. If your tires ne<nl vulcanizing we'll loan yon tires while yours are being repaired. SERVICE TRIP CHARGE $2.50 For a Service Call Up to 10 Miles From Town (Reasonable Additional Charge for Greater Distances) FREE PARKING GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE G. B. (Dutch) REED, Mgr. 328 SOUTH 10th STREET TELEPHONE 1101 BONNIE RUBY V. SHAFFER, Correspondent The W. C. T. U. monthly meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Lillie Shaffer Friday, July 6th at 2 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Adams and Mrs. Ollie Fisher of Mt. Vernon visited their sister, Mrs. Homer Knowles Sunday evening. Miss Claradel Ray spent Sunday in Salem. Mrs. Sam Bennett and Mrs. John Cockrum are visiting in Detroit, Mich., with Miss Betty Bennett. Mrs. Cora Taylor of Mt. Vernon was a visitor here Monday afternoon. The Junior Class of the Methodist Sunday school, accompanied by Mrs. Wes Williams, enjoyed a vveiner roast at the home of Deloris and Gorden Tittle Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bee M. Hale and daughters, Mrs. Virgil Beckman and daughter, Mrs. Fern Hale and son Marion, went to Olney one day last week on a fishing trip. Mrs. Dorothy Brumitt is on the sick list again. Rev. George Rose, pastor of the If you see "FLYING ANTS", near your house you may have TERMITES Ack For Fre* Inspection Mt.Vernon lumber Co. PHONE 28 Authoriied RepreieittMive of ^C*j|P^ Ohio Villev Tcrminix Corp. ^f ^ZS ^At Adverlhed l»"Hi# Port" Hn.TTlfBJlW W TERM I NIX WQRLD 5 LARGEST IN TERMITE CQNTROL Methodist church visited In Harrisburg Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lowery and children of Vandalia spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Whiscnhunt. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Knowles and children of Peoria is visiting vyith their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Knoules. Miss Annette Jeffries of St. Louis, Mo. is visiting with her cousin, Miss Peggy Leffler. Albeit Hale of Seneca, 111., visited over the weekend with relatives and friends. Mrs. James H. Gibson of Powell, Tcnn. is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. IClza Sample of Mt. Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Koehler enjoyed a picnic and fish fry at Cave-in-Rock last Sunday. Miss Carolyn Sue Shaffer of Spring Garden spent Tuesday with her cousin Miss Lillie Shaffer. GALLERIED ROCK 1 The Rock of Gibralter contains about 30 miles of galleries and at times during World War 11 70,000 soldiers were stationed within its walls. Auctioneer T. B. RUSSELL Mt. Vernon. III. SALE BARN, Every Monday Furnitur* — 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. Ret. 1948-W. NEAL BROTHERS ROOFING COMPANY Genuine Ru-Ber-Oid Roofing, Siding & Rockivool Insulation Office: Mt. Vernon III. 'Dependable USED CARS For Action 1 OUR USED CAR SPECIAL 1950 Dodge 2 Dr. Sedan Beautiful black finish—One owner. Looks and runs like a new one. \ D Z' *1492 00 For your only premium pale beer at popular price... rIYDE PARK BREWERIES ASSOCIATION, ST. LOUIS, MO. 4 ALSO +Dodge Meadowbrook 4 Dr. Sedan Dodge Wayfarer Sportabout Convertible Plymouth Sp. Del. 4 Dr. Sedan Chevrolet Fleetline Deluxe 2 Dr. Sedan Dodge Coronet 4 Dr. Sedan Mercury 6 Pass. Club Coupe Chevrolet Fleetline Deluxe 2 Dr. Sedan Plymouth Deluxe 2 Dr. Sedan •4 TRUCKS f 1950 Dodge Vi Ton Pickup 1947 GMC 1 1 2 Ton Cab and Chassis •We Sell Used Cars for What they Are Worth* DEWITT-MAXEY MOTOR CO. — INC. 318-20 South 10th St. Tel. 715 FAIR WEEK SPECIALS! Mt. Vernon is planning: one of the biggest and best Fairs in their history starting next week. They will have many added attractions that will add to its interest. The S. R. Ventress Motor Co. will have many Fair Week specials, so plan to attend the Fair in a more than Fair deal from our large selection of fine one owner used cars. FAIR WEEK SPECIAL 1950 FORD 8-CYLINDER DELUXE TUDOR Radio, heater, 15,000 miles. Only $1345 FAIR WEEK SPECIAL 1949 PLYMOUTH SPEC. DELUXE SEDAN Heater, 23,000 miles, green finish. Only $1095 FAIR WEEK SPECIAL 1949 MERCURY CONVERTIBLE Radio, heater, overdrive, yellow with light top. Only $1345 1950 FORD CUSTOM 8 TUDOR $1445 Heater, lowe mileage, black finish. 1950 CHEVROLET */ t TON PICKUP $1095 18 ,000 miles, very clean 1948 CHEVROLET FLEETL IN E SEDAN $995 Chicago car, exceptionally nice. 1948 OLDSMOBILE 66 CLUB SEDAN $1145 Radio, heater, Hydra-matic, two- tone paint, white tires. 1948 CHEVROLET FLEETMAS- TER CLUB COUPE $ 995 Maroon finish, lowe mileage. 1950 OLDSMOBILE 76 SEDAN $1695 Hydra-matic, 14 ,000 miles. 1946 DODGE CONVERTD3LE $ 895 New top, new seat covers, beautiful yellow finish. Radio and heater. 1947 FORD TUDOR $ 845 Grey finish, radio, heater. 1948 BUICK R. M. SEDAN $1195 Radio, heater. 1946 BUICK SUPER SEDAN S 845 Radio, heater, very clean. 1946 FORD 8 CYL TUDOR $ 795 Very clean, blue finish. 1946 DESOTO SEDAN $ 795 Heater, green finish, white tires. 1941 FORD CONVERTD3LE $ 545 Radio, heater, Mercury motor, Hollywood top, very clean. 1946 OLDSMOBILE 76 SEDAlf $ 745 Heater, black finish. Bargain. 1941 CADILLAC 61 SEDAN $ 745 Radio, heater, Hydra-matic. Cleaner than most '49's. LESS THAN $300 1941 FORD, 1941 OLDSMOBILE (2 to choose from), 1931 CHEVROLET, 1937 CHEVROLET, 1930 BUICK, 1940 FORD, 1940 DODGE Vi ton PANEL, 1936 OLDS, 1938 PONTIAC. SHOP, COMPARE CARS, PRICES AND DEALS Complete Financing BUY FOR LESS AND BANK THE REST S. R. VENTRESS MOTOR CO. 505 S. 10th Street Phone 4685 WE SELL CARS FOR LESS THAN WHAT THEY ARE WORTH A SALE WITH A REASON — OUR STOCK MUST BE REDUCED! STRETCH YOUR DOLLARS! GET CLOTHS YOU NEED NOW AT BIG BARGAINS! 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