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2011 Moving by Quickly

Publisher/Editor: Randy Dinwiddie Graphic Designer: Lishia Moore Writers: H. Dwight Weaver, Stephen Monday, Tina Sullens

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By Randy S Dinwiddie Publisher Amerishop.biz Commentary amerishop.biz addmydeal.com 314-580-3455

now, really trying to sort some things out and put the publication in the right direction/ and get ready to go to war for the people in 2012. Since the election last year this paper has accomplished many things. We have placed a paper in metropolitan St ho ordered up this weather?? Louis Mo area, we have survived Both economically and what most people say has been the weatherly lol. I can bet that everyone coldest winter in many years. The is ready for a better season both only thing that got us to this point is ways. I have taken some time off a ton of hard work and a relentless from writing in the paper up until support of our thousands of readers

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who pick this paper up, or hit one of our two websites. Just recently we have switched the “dealmaker” paper to a car magazine. Amerishop.biz will be the new brand name for the retail version of our paper. In these times of uncertainty, only the most faithful in the magazine business will continue to grow


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because they can offer the public what they want and need to make them happy. Amerishop is that loud voice down every street educating Americans on the importance of supporting your local hometown business owners. WE NEED JOBS, but we also need to make sure our business owners can support the jobs with customers. Not everything is about how much money you save, most of the time it should be about the VALUE you receive. Make no mistake about it. In my opinion NO ONE BEATS some of our deals, and we are all about giving value to our readers online and in this paper. One of the most important things that can be taught to people in America is the importance of being part of the solution and

stop causing the problem. When you look in the mirror and see the person you are....ask yourself if the way you are buying products for your family is helping or hurting your local economy. If you are buying imports that give nothing back to our economy the answer in my opinion is ABSOLUTELY YES we are part of the problem if we make excuses for why we support free trade countries that do not represent our values. Remember Made in the USA???? What happened to that? Moving on. I have had some conversations in regards to the election of 2012. There is much work to do by every citizen to bring back the stability to this area that once was enjoyed by everyone. I have been all but begged by

Small Steps, in a BIG Direction Ballance your gut feelings with business research. Know where you are starting from. Be truthful with yourself on how far you have to climb to get where you need to be. Get It Done. Always know where you stand and where your market stands, sometimes just survival in business is the max you can do. Build Relationships of Steel. Always use honesty dignity and respect. Take No Prisoners. See you at the top! Randy Dinwiddie “Dealmaker”

some people asking that I run as a Republican in 2012. I will not begin to turn my head on the needs of the people by supporting either of these two corrupt parties that support mostly the people with the most money to help pay for their agenda’s in my opinion. I am an Independent and will be running again as an Independent in 2012. I believe in: 1. Consumer Education to buy products from American business 2. More Shop Local Programs/ Support business owners that support YOUR VALUES not our enemies 3. Small Business Loan Programs To Put People Back To Work 4. Less Taxes 5. Less Government

6. More Personal Responsibility 7. Incentives for employers to want to hire and keep more employees 8. I believe in manufacturing in America again and will fight to see it back 9. Welfare Reform to put people back to work 10. Let farmers farm, less restrictions on who can sell crops from their farms, and lift subsidy’s and let farmers work their land 11. Support our troops 12. Support our elderly as they have supported us I would love to hear some follow-up to this commentary, feel free to write in and share those thoughts if you can keep it civil. email it in at addadeal@hotmail. com


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Downtown Hilton Hotel By Randy Dinwiddie Publisher AmeriShop & Auto Deal Maker Deal Maker Merchant Networks LLC

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o you have that business trip coming up to Saint Louis and need some advice? As a business owner one thing that you can track throughout time is the quality of service one company provides verses the other. Unfortunately, service is not something that comes in high on the list of priorities of some companies. Quite simply put, professional minded responsible people are hard to come by in these times. A couple of weekends ago, I took at trip on the Amtrak again, yeah it was a fun time. The train was right on time and the view was remarkable along the River Run all the way up to Saint Louis. When a company or person stands out for their accomplishments its just the right thing to do to bring it up and tell your friends. Ok friends, I am telling you that our experience in St Louis was the best that I have ever had in regards to service of customers. We checked into the Hilton Inn at 400 Olive Street in downtown area. If I were to rank their service to their customers on a scale of 1 to 10. Hands down, it would be a 10. I

don’t talk up the service of others much, but in a case like this I just had to. There were 4 specific occurrences at the Hotel that were handled perfectly by the staff at the Hilton. Exceptionally clean, very friendly and very responsive to our needs. That’s the ticket to any companies success story. Personal attention and professional service. On this business trip to begin a new paper for Deal Maker in St Louis, Professional service and timely business practices were a breath of fresh air to see. There were many attractions for us to do close to the Hilton over the weekend. Within walking distance. This is a trip that I am suggesting you and your spouse must take. Jump on the Amtrak and spend a couple of days in downtown Saint Louis. The Hilton Inn is in the heart of downtown and the price you pay is well worth it. A 5 star Hotel with the best service by far that I have witnessed in the Hotel Business. While your up their you

can walk to or hop a cab to • Rams Field • Cardinals Field • Several Shops and Downtown Eatery places • Blues Hockey • Towering buildings to explore • The Arch is less then 1 mile away • The St Louis Ferry is 1.2 miles • The original City Hall Museum is less then 1 mile away You can watch the Giant Screened film about Lewis and Clark on their journey to claim the west while you wait on the Arch to become available to see St Louis from a panoramic view. Get your reservations in now while the rates for the Hotel and the train are lower then the in season rate.


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www. archcitydeals.com 169 Atchinson Rd. Olean, MO 65064 573-480-9470 We prefer email: addadeal@hotmail.com Publisher/Editor: Randy Dinwiddie LLC Member: Richard C. Brown Graphic Designer: Lishia Moore Writers: H. Dwight Weaver, Tina Sullens Auto Deal Maker is published monthly by Deal Maker Merchant Networks LLC. It’s content is entirely owned by Deal Maker Merchant Networks LLC. Any reproduction, copy, rebuilding or use of our content is strictly prohibited. Ads in this publication are not owned by the advertiser. They are the sole property of Deal Maker Merchant Networks LLC and any reproduction in any way of our content is strictly prohibited. Tear sheets are available only when asked for up to 30 days past drop dates. Deal Maker Merchant Networks LLC will not be responsible for tear sheets past 30 days of publication drop date. No exceptions. Deal Maker Merchant Networks LLC and our advertisers do not endorse or recommend any certain agenda or candidate, this publication is used as a tool to reach out and practice free speech. Questions about campaigns or political parties should be directed to the persons or committees writing these type articles. Jett Comm. LLC does not and will not guarantee drop dates for the publication. There are to many things that can happen to do this. Amerishop is a monthly publication that strives for the 1st to the 1st of the month.

Some Like It Hot

Dodge Introduces New Durango Heat

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odge is turning up the heat in the full-size SUV segment, introducing a new affordable performance package for the allnew 2011 Dodge Durango SUV - the Dodge Durango Heat. Designed to complement the performance-tuned Durango R/T, the new Heat package delivers aggressive styling, the highperforming 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine with 295 horsepower and a surprisingly affordable price. With a starting U.S. Manufacturer’s Retail Price (MSRP) of $30,295 (excluding destination), the Dodge Durango Heat will be available at dealerships across the country in the Spring of 2011. “Durango Heat is about handling performance and a street presence that puts the sport in sport- utility,”

said Ralph Gilles, President and CEO, Dodge Brand - Chrysler Group LLC. “The unibody rearwheel-drive (available all-wheeldrive), two-row exclusive seating configuration makes this the lightest Durango model. A world-class double wishbone front suspension and multi-link rear suspension make Heat a handling champ that moves out smartly with 295 horsepower, a dualexhaust, tuned air induction, custom 20-inch Satin Carbon finished wheels while delivering ultimate utility with more storage room at 50 cubic feet than anything it competes with. The Durango Heat also is among the most efficient in its class at 23 miles per gallon on the highway. For the money, there’s truly nothing like it on the market.” From the outside, the Durango Heat and the R/T have a striking resemblance. Both feature a unique fascia with fog lamps, a color-matched grille and dark headlamp bezels.

The color-matched body kit, wheel lips and rear fascia with integrated dual chrome exhaust outlets, give the Heat a lower stance. Built on the Durango’s new unibody platform, which is 25 percent stiffer than the Durango it replaces, the five-passenger Heat also shares R/T’s performance-biased engineering, including its aggressive suspension tuning, performance steering, unique 20-inch wheels with all-season performance tires (threeseason high-performance tires for even greater grip and response also are available), a 20-mm lower ride height, tuned dual-exhaust and a modernized interior that holds drivers in their seats. Where the R/T is powered by the legendary 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 engine, the Heat is powered by the new Pentastar V-6 engine. The 3.6liter V-6 engine is an all-new design, featuring double-overhead camshafts (DOHC) and a high-pressure diecast aluminum cylinder block in a 60 degree configuration. Contributing to best-in-class V-6 towing at 6,200 lbs. and a top speed of 130 miles per hour, the engine delivers 295 horsepower (216 kW) at 6,350 rpm and 260 lb.ft. (353 N*m) of torque at 4,500 rpm. The EPA fuel economy miles per gallon (mpg) (City/Hwy) are 16/23 for the rear-wheel-drive model and 16/22 for the all-wheel-drive model. While Heat entices with performance-biased styling and handling, the newest Durango also maintains SUV capability with room for five passengers and 50 cubic feet of storage space--more storage capacity behind the second row than any other five-passenger vehicle on the market- including 5.9 cubic feet


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new from the inside out. And the changes are more than skin deep. The Durango’s unibody structure is more than 25 percent stiffer than its predecessor. The end result is a vehicle with crossover versatility, SUV capability and performance About Durango in a different league than its From its sleek exterior design competitive class. Durango customers live to its modern, spacious interior, and intelligent, fuel-efficient and busy lives. They need a vehicle powerful powertrain options, that is spacious and flexible the 2011 Dodge Durango is all- enough to haul three rows of

passengers (Citadel, CrewLux, Crew, Express) and their gear, but powerful and agile enough to keep it fun. Durango customers are looking for the perfect balance of functional versatility and luxury at an outstanding value. Dodge’s newest SUV is the only vehicle in the segment that will meet their needs. The starting U.S. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the all-new 2011

Dodge Durango (Rear-wheeldrive/All-wheel-drive): Durango Express: $29,195/$31,195 Durango Heat: $30,295/$32,295 Durango Crew: $33,195/$35,195 Durango Crew with CrewLux package: $38,195/$40,195 Durango R/T: $35,465/$37,865 Durango Citadel: $41,795/$43,795 (All prices exclude an $850 destination charge.) Contact your local Dodge Dealer for updated pricing and program details.


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Harry Frack and Other Characters By Dwight Weaver

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n the early decades of Lake of the Ozarks history there were many “characters” in business at the Lake. Old timers like to recall Quillie Hunter, a quirky native of the Osage Beach area who dabbled in real estate and many other pursuits. He predicted that a day would come when highway frontage along 54 in Osage Beach would bring $1,000 a foot. He was laughed at and called “crazy Qullie.” But Quillie had the last laugh. That day came and went and is now well into the past. There was the Okie from Oklahoma, Tex Bemis, who tried everything from photographing people on his collection of stuffed animals like buffalo, to operating excursion boats, roadside food stands, cafes and the Ozark Water Ski Thrill Show. He had a roadside barbecue place with food served from a covered wagon. He

had a sign painter decorate the canvas and the painter mistakenly spelled the word “sandwiches” as “sandwitches.” Tex loved it and kept it just the way it was! There was Larry Albright, the cat lover who kept so many cats at home most people

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Souvenirs” and came to own many pieces of valuable property around the Lake. The list goes on but this story is about Harry Frack who was born near Columbus Junction, Iowa, in 1882. As a young man he followed construction work in the oil fields of Illinois and Oklahoma then returned to Iowa to run a mercantile business. About 1929 or 1930 he bought a farm near Fortuna and would have tried farming if he had not visited old Bagnell during the dam construction period. Bagnell was a boom town and it inspired him to open a meat market and grocery wouldn’t enter his house. He had store in Damsite, the constructiona wooden leg and was often called workers town that existed below the “Halfbright” but he was a shrewd dam for just two years. His business businessman and did well with did exceptionally well. With the his gift shops. He billed himself dam’s completion and the demise “King of the of Damsite, he married Olive


16 AmeriShop.biz he married Olive Cromer and invested his money in an acre of land in Osage Beach along Highway 54 where Walmart is located today. He vowed he was going to put as many businesses as was physically possible on that one acre of land and call it “Frack’s Acre.” At the time there were no other businesses even close to himeven close to him on either side of the highway. He was “out in the woods” as people said and predicted he’d go broke in no time at all. But Harry persisted and within a few years had done exactly what he said and his business enterprises boomed. The photo that accompanies this article, photographer unknown circa 1940, shows a street view of Frack’s Acre which included a barber shop, meat market, grocery store, pool hall, ice and cold storage

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facility, beer parlor, café, pottery shop, sandwich shop and a barber shop. The pottery shop structure was unique and fashioned of native rock. His wife, Olive, died in January 1943, and in October 1944, Harry married Ida Graves of Camdenton. Harry retired in 1947 and died in October 1950. His widow continued to operate his businesses for a number of years. The unique architecture of the pottery shop and the twin arches of the café and meat market, so reminiscent of McDonald’s Restaurant arches, were landmarks along the highway and lasted well into the 1960s. These early day “characters” have all left a legacy that now livens up the pages of history at Lake of the Ozarks.

Joplin Update

er Facebook friend, John Putnam, who lives 10 miles east of the major damage, reports that local officials say 25% of the town is gone or heavily damaged. People are still trapped this morning. 95 confirmed dead expected to go to 400. Citizen volunteers are being organized at Missouri Southern State University. John has a very small vacant rent house on our farm where a couple or 4 guys (crowded) could stay if they are able to come and help. More heavy weather headed their way today and tomorrow. For those who prefer to donate hood recovery: blocks from one of the worst hit through a reliable church rather areas between St. John’s and 20th New Creation Church than the Red Cross, tax deductible St in Joplin and will be the stagTornado Relief Fund contributions can be sent to John’s ing area for our group to reach out 1831 S. Connor Ave. church which was not destroyed Joplin, MO 64804 into the community. There will be but is adjacent to the “war zone” New Creation Church is 2 coffee and donuts for breakfast and and heavily involved in neighbor-

lunch for whoever can come. Meet at the church for a specific job assignment in the local neighborhood. Please bring pick-up trucks, chains saws (if experienced), yard tools, work gloves, etc. People who can help before Saturday can call Pastor Cliff Mansley to learn of immediate needs in the neighborhood. (417) 782-8200, or call John at 417-674-1946. Thanks for your continued prayers, Donna Ivanovich

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Moonshine on the Bagnell Dam Strip

By Dwight Weaver

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uring the construction of Bagnell Dam from 1928 to 1931, old Bagnell was a boom town and grew to a population of more than 3,000 in a matter of a few months. The service road from old Bagnell to the dam construction site was four miles long and the hills and valleys along the way were densely populated with the tents and shacks put up by the men who came from all corners of the United States to get a job. The Great Depression was on and millions of men were out of work. The dam was the only on-going large scale construction project in the United States during the Great Depression. On the service road were several general merchandise stores erected by local businessmen. A tent city developed around each one. Two of the largest temporary settlements were Victor City and Damsite. The latter settlement grew to a population that rivaled old Bagnell. Violence and crime of all kinds was rampant in the temporary settlements. The Miller County sheriff had to employ 35 deputies to keep law and order in the area. One of

the chief problems was moonshine whiskey and bootlegging because Prohibition was also in effect. Illegal stills were raided on an almost daily basis and rum runners were constantly cooling their heels in local jails. When dam construction was complete, bootleg whiskey was also a problem on the Bagnell Dam Strip. One enterprising maker of white lightning even had his still on a boat in the Lake. Nevertheless, the dance halls and saloons along the Strip never lacked for intoxicating drink. It was said that moonshine came in the back door by the pint and went out the front door in the belly of customers. The White House Hotel, shown in the photo accompanying this article (photographer unknown), is where moonshine was rumored to be available. Lawrence Fry who operated the White House Hotel did not drink but his partner, Bill Hargis, did. It is said that Hargis kept his moonshine hidden in the weeds behind the White House so he’d have plenty of it to keep his poker-playing friends well watered during their notorious late night poker games in the hotel basement.

The 18th amendment was repealed in two stages in 1933 – first beer in the spring and then a few months later, hard liquor. Prohibition thus came to an end. The nation celebrated and so did the merchants along the Strip. “Beer A Boom to Lake Business,” said a local newspaper headline on April 15, 1933. “The return of legal beer spelled the return of better business for business houses in the lake region. The long desired beverage was met with popular acclaim every place and many dealers stocks were quickly depleted the opening day.

“Resort owners throughout the lake area stated that beer was accounting for a good percentage of their business and that if sales continued at the present level the coming summer should see the end of the depression locally. . . Only one lake distributor [was] foresighted enough to envision the demand and as a result, the Ozark Lake Distributing Company’s dealers of Goetz Country Club were in an enviable position among their fellow dealers for a time.” www.lakeoftheozarksbooks.com

The White House Hotel is where moonshine was rumored to be available.


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McDonald’s Ice Cream for Kids! That’s right your favorite McDonald’s treat is yours when you color this page and bring it to either of these McDonald’s restaurants: 6033 HWY 54, Osage Beach, MO or 1726 Bagnell Dam Blvd., Lake Ozark, MO. We’ll post your page on the wall so everyone can see it, and you’ll get a small ice cream cone! One per child, offer good only at the stores mentioned above. So break out the crayons and get started!

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Carbohydrates

Do We Really Need Them? By Tina Sullens

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ow- and NoCarb diets have been pretty popular over the years. But after further research, there is more to a Carbohydrate than what we previously thought! What is a carbohydrate? Carbohydrates or Carbs, are basically made up of sugars, fiber, and starches. They are one of the three major components needed in our daily dietary calorie intake; with the other two components being proteins and fats. Carbohydrates (which when digested turn into glucose or sugar) can be placed into two main categories; complex and simple:

Complex Carbohydrates*

These foods are made up of three or more sugar molecules. The sugars from Complex Carbs are broken down or digested more slowly and therefore not absorbed as quickly into the bloodstream. These foods keep our energy levels more even throughout the day, and contain more fiber, vitamins, and minerals. (Unrefined Carbs; or foods in their most natural form.)

Simple Carbohydrates*

These foods are made up of one or two sugar molecules. The sugars from simple carbs are digested very quickly and absorbed into the bloodstream right away; making that source of energy available immediately for the body to use. If that source of energy isn’t used right away, we experience that sudden drop in our blood sugar levels which is known as a “sugar crash”. (Refined Carbs; or foods which have been stripped of most of their nutrition.) Essentially, carbohydrates should make up approximately 50% of our

daily dietary intake with the majority of that percentage coming from Complex Carbs. This form of Carbohydrates not only provides the body with energy, but it also helps our brain and nervous system to function properly. Our bodies require a constant supply of energy just for our daily functions. If we aren’t getting enough Complex Carbs in our diets, we set ourselves up for fatigue and tiredness, illnesses, and lack of concentration, just to name a few. But if we are consuming too many Simple Carbs, we not only could experience the same symptoms as not getting enough Complex Carbs but could also potentially lead to mood swings, diabetes, other illnesses, and weight gain. Some examples of Simple Carbs are soft drinks, sweets/candies, cakes, pastries/doughnuts, processed foods such as white rice, white bread and pasta, table sugar (sucrose), most packaged breakfast cereals, and fruit juices. Some examples of Complex Carbs are whole grain breads, pastas, and cereals, oatmeal, potatoes, brown rice, and some fruits and vegetables such as carrots, peas, oranges, strawberries, apples, and grapefruit. So if you’re trying to lose weight – instead of cutting all Carbs out of your diet simply cut back on the Simple Carbs and add in more Complex Carbs. Doing this will not only impact your cardiovascular health in a more positive way, you’ll also notice the positive changes on the outside as well. *These are also referred to as Refined (Simple) and Unrefined (Complex) Carbohydrates.

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