Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on October 9, 1952 · Page 16
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 16

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, October 9, 1952
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16 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1953 Jokes in East Berlin Are Whispered, Not Red Bv TOM RETDY AP Ni-Hsfcalurc* RERUN- Thr Rrnpc\ inr gaesters HIT at it aijaid in thr .Soviet /one of < i r r m a n y. A new crop df i<<kc> deriding tlir Russians, tin- Communists and all thincs RolsheMst has been har- vrsli-rl in recent weeks. Refugees ..lidinc |) ;i s t prim Ciianis hi'inc the IMKN with them )n U'eM Merlin when' it is con­ sider,'il,h safer to indulge in them. The,- in 'v. however, that the anti- state ir.Kec niepart of the nifjlitlv routine in many a heer halt told with one ry out for the nearest Communist cop The KIISSIHII /.one threat In rearm Is reflected III tlie Intent whr- cnielis. An example eoneernn (he eon\ersatInn helween Schmidt and his friend .Mueller M hn IN foreman •if a heavy Industry plant. Schmidt nsU* ulmf tlic.v nmUe and Mueller replies: "IVriunhiiliilnrft." 'T-'me," Schmidt sa\s. 'I need one for mv liahy. Can > ou slip me I he p;i it' Mini lr-r atrees and some Hllie later ihe> meet n^ain. and lie asks how Mie haliv carnage works. "Well I really IhouRht I knew something a boil I mechanics." Schmidt sa>' "but T hnvr> filled the pari-- together three limes now and the result is always a caiumn Are nm SUM- \OII are ma !•'. i nt; hale carriages''" (• ;e.i /one production comes in foi a rib avide from the war- peace poliiii'al arKiiments A plant manager rommi'lils to a visitor hiv assernlily line produced only ">,<"><> items in ils first year, laired that to fiM .Ollii ; UKI now has a real of a half million. "Really." marvels the visitor, ".lusI what are sou mnnufaetur- ini.'"" The manager lifls a small plate from a cons eyor belt. It bears the stamp: "Kles alor out of order." The Communists hierarchy in the Kast draws a Rood shnre of barbs The propaganda chief is informed by bis aide tbat "the demonstration against the svest- ern U'arniont;ers and for Hie creation of a national army must he cancelled because it \s mining cats and doRs." "Those dam sankees are rap- able of anylbinf,'." the chief shouts in rage President Wilhelm Pieek receives an aced wilier, then learns it is his old school If/u'ber. "Do me a favor, Willy," the old man eaeliles, "don't tell anybody I mice taught yon." Some of I lie barbs ]\i\vo a (Vecli or Polish flavor. The tale spreaders tell of a Czech soldier in n Prague prison who blames his own laziness for his trouble. Asked how come, be says 1 "Yesterday I met an acquaintance and \\r discussed (lie political situation I IbouRbt I had enough time until today to inform the police against him, but he denounced me last nicbt." In the Polish port of Stettin, n Soviet officer turns a ship over to I he Poles with a long speech extolling Russian generosity, lie finishes, removes his Russian cap, dons a Polish cap. and thanks the greal Stiil'm for ihe gift in the name of the Polish people Communist "definitions" that final among the clandestine clowns include ANHl.t i-AMKRICAN A Soviet oath m .()CKAI>K A philanthropic Soviet experiment to make city dwellers immviii" to hunger and cold. Sabotaged by airlift. AIRI.1KT 'Provocative supply- ilig of Berlin wilb food and fuel, a bluff ssbich svas discontinued nT- ter lite end of the blockade PEACE CnMMITTKK A Bolshevist fighting unit for bombarding Ihe peace, equipped to issue fifl\ protest resolutions n day WAPMONCKR Person unwilling to bo swallowed up by Bolshe- s ism. PROGRESSIVE anything in line with Moscow's policy. ACTIVIST An obedient pioneer of the progressive idea of more work a I less |>;iv PE< ipl.K'S DEMOCRACY A dictatorship wrapped up in n sheep's bide RKCt >\ST|!Urnn\ Ue- inmal of untidy lailroad tracks I mm (I.Tiiian rail lines. INVENTH i \'S What happens in the SHI nt I 'nion. Mt'Mtilt A strange. foreign Wulil I LITTLE L.IX 1 The /lums ripen and fall from the political tice only after clever graftmq $SNI« Grapes are here! r „ PUT UP AND lELUt mm CER10* PECTIH 10DM JM4 7f Complete Matched Snsemble LONG-WEARING CASES s v- ,1M* FAIRB SEAL OF WA ***** •pi '•*$fc**i'}- LONG-WEARING SHEETS 1. V BATH TOWELS •4,-* m SUCH A LOW PRICE * FOR HIGH QUALITY I Here is a beautiful matching ensemble... EVERY* THING you need for all your rooms ... at a sensationally low price! In fact, we don't know when we've ever seen such line quality combined with such a great value! 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