Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 29, 1951 · Page 16
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 16

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14 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1951 liadio DAY BY DAY NEW YORK, June 29.—Further demonstrations of adapters to make it possible for present-day television receiveris to tune to new channnels in the ultra high frequencies (UHF) were scheduled for Bridgeport, Conn., today where NBC conducts daily transmission tests over an experimental station which relays regular network programs on 525 megacycles. The manufacturers sent equip ment for the demonstration, plan ned to show the progress made in developing simple and inexpensive tuners. It is in UHF that the Federal Communications Commission members of which were invited to attend, has proposed that new TV stations be assigned to provide added channels. Hearings on the proposals are to take place later in Washington. Today's tests, under auspices of the Radio-TV Manufacturers As sociation, will be continued into Saturday if necessary. to , Mel Allen and Al Heifer hav been picked as announcers for the radio part of the combined TV broadcast of the annual all-star big league baseball game, set for Detroit on July 10. The radio will go via MBS. For the television, which is be on NBC, the announcers are Jim Britt and Jack Brickhouse The TV hookup will include three stations offrned by MBS affiliates —WOR-TV of New York, WNAC TV of Boston and WGN-TV Chicago—in view of the fact MBS has the exclusive broadcast rights FOR TONIGHT (Friday) NBC— 7:00 Short Story Drama. 7:30 Night Beat Mystery. 8:00 Amazing Mr. Ma lone. 9:00 Life of Riley. CBS— 7:00 Ray Bloch's Music Party Hour. 8:00 Rayburn and Finch Show with Peggy Anne Ellis, 9:00 Rex Allen Show. ABC— 7:00 Dick Powell Mystery. 7:30 This is FBI. 8:30 The Sheriff. 9:00 Hour of Dancing. MBS— 7:00 Magazine Theater. 7:30 Xavier Cugat Music. 8:00 Air Force Program. 8:30 Time for a Song. TELEVISION (Central Daylight Standard one hour earlier) NBC— 7:00 Quiz Kids. 7:30 We the People. 8:00 Big Story Drama. 8:30 Battle Report. 9:45 Dr. Roy K. Marshall on Science. CBS— 7:00 Mama's Sketch. 9:00 Opera Miniatures on Film. ABC— 6:30 Life with Linkletter Film. 7:30 The Ruggles Film. 9:30 Stud's Place. DUMONT— 7:30 Art Baker Show. 9:00 Jackie Gleason's Cavalcade. SATURDAY'S SPORTS BASEBALL— MBS Game of Day Network, COMMUNITY AUCTION A Public Auction Will Be Meld MONDAY, JULY 2 •t the MT. VERNON AUCTION BARN beginning: at 8 p. m. Featuring a close out sale by Superior Electrical Co. of approximately 20 to 80 large 20" Wade fans equipped with <4 H. P. Westinghouse Motors. Also exhaust and window fans, each witii a 2 year guarantee. T. B RUSSELL, Auct. 'lillillll OPDYKE H. P. KCLLEV, Cerr»pan4*nl HOMES FOR HAITIANS - For the first time in the colorful history of the western hemisphere's only French-speaking republic, low-cost housing is being built for Haiti's "little man." The first "Workers' City" is nearing completion at Port-au-Prince, where these workers are seen building one of the new homes. A widespread social and economic reform program of President Paul Magliore calls for 15 low-cost housing projects throughout the island at a cost of about $564,000. 12:30 p.m., Philadelphia at Brooklyn. RACING- NBC, CBS, ABC, 3:15; The Shevlin Stakes from Aqueduct Track. New York. (Also on NBC-TV startine; at 2:30 Central Daylight). GIRLS' BASEBALL— ABC-TV, 8:00 (CDT) Chicago Queens vs. Rock-Olas from Chicago. WRESTLING— DUMONT. 8:30 (CDT) bouts from Chicago. Auctioneer T. B. RUSSELL Mt Vtrnen. III. S.\LE BARN, Every Monday Furnttur* — Firm —or— L»nd — 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. 194g-W. > Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zeiiiart and familyeof Kankakee, 111. and Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Hutsel of Op- dykc have just returned from a trip through Yellowstone National Park. The.\- returned by way of Denver. Colo. Many points of interest were \isitcd in the Northwest. M!-."?. Zelhart is a sister of Mr. Hutsel. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Benard and Mr. and Mrs. Ervic Shehorn spent Sunday in tiic home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barefield. ]\lrs. Gooi-gc Richardson, who is a patient in a Mt. Vernon Ilo.s- pital, is reported as remaining about the same. We learn that Mrs. .\1 Cravens, who underwent surgery in a Mt. Vernon hospital this week, is improving nicely. Mrs. H. R. Brechtcfeld. Mrs. Betty Gowler and son. Wayne and Miss Lola L.eo Kelly spent Thursday in St. Louis. Floyd Shelton of Marlow was a business visitor here last Wednesday. Mrs. W. P. Esfes and Mrs. Florence Dyer spent Wednesda.v in Mt. Vernon. Philip Schuster was a caller in Dahlgren Wednesday. Miss Lee Ann Arnold is at homo again after spending some time in I a Mt. Vernon hospital and is rv?- I ported to be improving nicel.^^ I Mr. and ?ilrs. Harry Lcnikc and j taniily ol' Dahlgren were visitors liii the home of Frank P. Kelly last Sun(ia\'. Miss Minln Jack of Mt. Vernon was a caller here Wodnosda\'. Visitors at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Chalon Campbell were: Margaret Lackey; Mrs. Nora May Alsup; Mrs. Betty llcith, all of Sikeston, Mo. and Mrs. Ottie King. .Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Minor were calicrs at tho homes of Mr. and Mrs. Cliffoicl Newcoml) and Mr. and Mrs. Cluilon Camplx-ll. Thake^ 10 BIG COLD DRINKS SIX FLAVORS NOTICE GENE'S GRILL S WILL BE OPEN JULY 6, 4 A.M. CLIFFORD CHERRY, Owner 3 HOURS Free Parking AT ACE PARKING LOT—823 BROADWAY To patients of any Mt. Vernon doctor who bring their prescriptions to be filled at THE PRESCRIPTION SHOP CORNER MAIN & 10th S.4TURDAY SCHEDULINGS NBC— 9:00 a.m. Mind Your Manners. 12:00 Noon. Farm and Home Program. 4:30 Big City Serenade. 6:00 Living 1951, Documentary. CBS— 11:00 a.m. Theater of Today. 3:30 p.m. Cross, Section Inter- vieu's. 5:15 Price of Peace Discussion. 6:00 Desi Arnaz Show. 8:30 Broadway's My Beat. ABC— 8:00 a.m. No School Today. 1:00 p.m. Music of Today. 4:00 Marines in Review. 6:15 Bert Andrews Comment, 9:45 Club Can Do. MBS— 11:00'a.m. Man On Farm. 1:00 p.m. Dunn on Discs. 4:00 Bobby Benson Drama. 6:30 Comedy of Errors. 8:00 Hawaii Calls. ELEaRICAL WIRING Complete Supplies LARGE SELECTION LIGHT FIXTURES USE WARDS PAYMENT PLAN Free Estimate Given Phone 518 Ask for Mr. Piercy MONTGOMERY WARD USED FURNITURE SPECIALS 1 LOT ICE BOXES BREAKFAST SETS m DRESSERS up $995 Buffets - from $4.95 Odd Chairs $1.95 up 95 Chiffrobes ,r„m '12 Odd Beds ... $9.95 Drop Patterns—Armstrong and Gold Seal 9X12 LINOLEUMS^%» FURNITURE STORE 819 Broadway Phone 655.J Model 16R1]— Ebony Cabinet 2ND ANNUAL PICNIC Mt. Vernon Gun and Sportsman's Club SUNDAY, JULY 1st AT THE CLUB GROUNDS ON MILLER LAKE Fi.sh Fry and Barbeque Games for Toiing and Old Attendance Piiies every hour on the hour Irom 1:00 to 9 :00 p. m. Gala displaay of fireworks ata !):00 p.. m. Television (table model) completely installed in your home, will be given away at 9 :30 p. m. Anywhere within ftfi miles of Ml. Vernon. Bring Your Family and Friends and Eiij«iy the Day at Our Picnic PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE ON DISPLAY AT FEATHERSTUN'S This beautiful 16" Admiral table model television set. Completely installed with 50 ft. antenna and matching booster. Ask any member of the Sportsman's Club for particulars. fERTHERSTUn APPLIANCES . . . ^<yt 7H <>dcxH j^iou^ BROADWAY MT VtRNON PUINOIS mi ARRIVED-160 Mens To $39.95 NEW SUMMER Made by America's finest maker, another special purchase of Men's Fine Summer Suits. Rayon Gabardines, Sharkskins, Rayon, Nylon Cords, Tropicals and Gabardine Sheens. Sin> gle or double breasted styles. Browns, greys, biu js and fancy patterns. While they last— CLOSING THEM OUT! 1 Big Group Actual val. to 8" Men's Cool SUMMER SLACKS Tropicals, Rayon Gabar- dines, Nylon and Rayon Cords, Sheen Gabardines. Pleated front, zipper fly. Ail full cut. Over 500 pairs to choose. All sizes. i 1^ ILLINOIS BROKERAGE

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