Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 6, 1952 · Page 10
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 10

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Monday, October 6, 1952
Page 10
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10 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, Y952 WHERE STRONG ARM AND GOOD EYE COUNT A truck hacked up in the courtyard server] « IH ;I "front porch" in I.1IIH contest of newsboys'accuracy in tin-owing papers from a moving bicycle Saturday afternoon in the Moose lodge's observance of National Newspaper Boys Day. The thrown paper not only bad to hit the truck doorway but had to stay in it. The winner was Buddy I'armenter of The Regialor-N'uws. I ie carries the downtown business section route and is one of tho few who does not actually throw papers while delivering. (Pavfedes Photo) Marines Give Transfusions to Own Wounded Oy AlftoclNted WESTERN FRONT. Korea. American Murines gave whole blood transfusions today to comrades wounded in nn unsuccessful attempt lo knock the Chinese off an outpost northeast of Panmun- jom. Marines stationed behind the lines showed up HI the mcclicnl company a few miles from the outpost, ready to give blood on call. Said Pfe. William Cant, of Wax- mw. N. C, "Maybe they'll do the samel hing for us one of these days." Navy rloetors said the fresh blood gives a wounded man more strength than whole blood flown from the U. S. U.S. Plans New I Moscow Embassy Oy Associated Prca* MOSCOW.—The United States is going ahead with its plans lo occupy and furnish a new embassy here alter the first, of the year and maintain the present staff of more than 100 persons. Reliable Informants said today the U. S Embassy had received instructions to go ahead with plans for furnishing and decorating the new .building. The Embassy had asked for guidance in view of the Soviet Union's demand that Ambassador George F. Kennan be recalled. The Soviet Union notiferl the United Slates several months ago that it needed its present building for use by the adjoining Moscow University. Church Robbery By AitocUtod Pros* RUSWV11XE, III,—While Sunday morning services were in progress, a thief ransacked the cloakroom of the First Presbyterian Church here. After the services, live women reported their purses were gone or emptied. Deputy Sheriff Albert Thompson said about $100 was stolen. T. B. RUSSELL AUOTIONEEIl Land, Furniture. Farm. Phone Mt. V. 127. 170 Hoyloton Satisfaction guaranteed. All aales broadcait over WRltX. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS RADIO 3s TELEVISION L-ABF a r CIURCI DO IT bur&m Guaranteed Sain I S.rvlc. 121S S.Um Road — Phon. 2323 HARRY A. RICH GENERAL INSURANCE Aihley Rood — Phono 195 I Injure Anything Axainst JSverythlng EXCAVATING Bulldozer—Trucks Ditch Digging Land clearing, pond and basement. All kinds of dirt work. FREE ESTIMATES Phones: 1644 - 2310 3484-W - 2913-W ES ?9 A ? E—A T 2000 MPH-This is an must's conceptloB ^a device lo enable pUots to escape safely from planes B oms 20110 miles an hour recently proSMl by the Douglas Aircraft Co The entire forward part of n lighter plane operating in ouBHtmosphcrc would be -shot clear bv rockets, similar to tho conventional jet assisted takeoil dBJorachute would open to stabilize the Tall to earth. 1 he capsule, with the pilot sateiy sealed inside, would float if a water landing wrr n 'T-"-*""" POTATOES Another trainer load due to arrive today. This will probably be our last load this price. A little rough, some imperfections, but good cookers. For Our Last Time at This Low Price $2" Bag While 300 Bags Last—Michigan Pontiacs POTATOES Largo White Cobblers Sound Good Cookers KRAUT CABBAGE Due to Arrive Today 50 Lb. $4 69 Bag | CALIFORNIA GRAPEFRUIT 10 49* Com 1 Yellow 1 Country No. 5 Pail Meal 5 39c | Onions... 5 .bs. 39c | Sbrghum $1.69 •Sloiix Hoc—Strained HONEY 3 b $ 1 Prince's l*'iitt\s( California PEACHES 29* Lit rife Can Prince's Finest California FRUIT 3Q C COCKTAIL 31 Large 2 1 ? Can ALL SODAS Coca-Cola and Flavors L Bottle 3 Ac O Carton J 7 Plus Drposil CIGARETTES .Most Popular Brands Plus Salt's Tax Carton J | 79 Grade A Small EGGS 7 SJOO New Crop I N„, 50 can I Russet linking Beans ... 5 69c I Lard $5.79 | Potatoes - 10ma.69c Fancy BrlgM Keel I | Koiis I Blnckeyo 1 Lb. Pkg. Potatoes. 10 n,s 69c I Tissue 39c 1 Peas - -. i - -. _ 19c JUDGE COFFEE Lb. W'K RKSKKVE THK RIGHT TO LIMIT ANY I 79' ,VIslt our market—Shop for unusual values nnd varieties—We offer delivery sen-ice on a curtailed basis. Phone 3515 for vour trrocery order. GARRISONS M £*£F ^——-m—^m^m~i^^^^— 422 So. 17th St. POLICE COURT Fines assessed before Magistrate Allan Dulaney ^included: Clyde A. Wells, of V&tonville, $205.40 for reckless dipping and $55.40 for transportingf^uor with the seal broken; Albert Watson, colored, S14.40 for disturbance; Eva Watson, colored. $14.40 for disturbance; Frank E. Hutson, $15.40 for driving a <»r with an improper muffler; Alan Kent •Borah, S#,40 for running stop sign. ,? GE STAB WEDS H&y Associated SAN$FRANCISCO. — Janet Blair, 31, blonde star-of "South Pacific," married her stage manager, Nick Mayo, 32, here last night between stops of the road show. * 1953 AUTO LICEf BLANKS ARE HI Order early for prefer bers. Also auto insur economy rates. HILL & MIGHAE Benoist Building: at gjiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiminm | See the WORLD SERIES in Your Owg Home! NEW 1958 17-IN. TV MODEL 716 —Super-pcBBjed Long-Distance circuit specially engineered foi^Bnge area or city center. -Fringe Compensator adJHJLs for best reception in . your.own home.Eftiilt-in pitenna. Removable D ^zel to clean picture" tube. Mahogany wood veneer cabinet. AFTER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT • Bejt^itiful Mahogany veneer cabinet • Mirage Picture lock -holds steady oicture at all times _ *F Full-screen focus—gives sharp, clear picture •• 5 • Frequency Drift Compensation—Maintains stability of reception 2 • Automatic Gain Control Circuit—Assures uniform picture con- 5 trast and sound volume 3 • Black Magic Contrast—Permits stronger, sharper picture .in § a fully lighted room^, ' 1 • Performs in fringe^^freas where others fail 3 k E IT TODAY!" 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