Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on July 5, 1951 · Page 8
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 8

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, July 5, 1951
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ft THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1951 il&tiiO DAYBYDAY (Ontrul local time — listing's /it f'Ubi'r Daylight or Standard unless noted.) ..NEW YORK, July 5 -- The Amos and Andy venture into television via specially produced films over CBS-TV will have its second edition tonight. Although last woe's premier didn't quite equal the standard radio version has set over the years, the all-negro cast did an excellent acting job. Particularly noticeable was the work ot Spencer Williams as Andy and Tim Moore as the Kingfish. Normally in the radio script, Amos played on video by Alvin Childress, has a big part but in the TV premiere he was subordinated possibly more than should have been. Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll originators of Amos and Andy, are producing the show in Hollywood. More summer replacements for tonight: Radio — ABC 6:30 Silver Eagle, crime series centering around the Royal Canadian Mounted Police; NBC 7:00 The Truitts back for their second summer to occupy the time of Henry AJdrich through August 23. Friday radio — CBS 9 a. m. Robert Q. Lewis taking over the Godfrey daytime sessions for ten days while Arthur is overseas; NBC 10 Break the Bank Quiz, which also has a TV version on Wednesday nights, starting its sixth continuous year, having made its start on ABC before moving to NBC. In television tonight: NBC-TV 7It Pays To Be Ignorant replacing Groucho Marx; ABC-TV 8 New Don Ameche Show, musical Playhouse with Betty Brewer, Dorothy Greener and Charles Tate dancers. TOPICS TONIGHT (Thursday)) NBC— * 7:30—Father Knows Best. -8:00—Dragnet Police Drama. '.8:30—Counter Spying. 9:00—Screen Directors Play> house "Only Yesterday".. CBS— 4 7:00—FBI In Peace And War. , 7:30—Mr. Keen "Dummy Key Case." ' -',8:00—The Lineup at new time. >'8:30 — Paulette Goddard in "Bachelor Mother." 9:00--Dance Variety Hour. •;.7:00—Newstand Theater "Dotty V Blair." .•7:30—1 Fly Anything. •;;S:00—Amatuer Hour. 19:00—Operation Dixie. MBS— ",.7:00—Californina Caravan. 7:30— Rod and Gun Club. 8:00 —True or False. 8:30 —Reporter's Roundup, Russell of Georgia. ben. TELEVISION (Central Daylight — .Standard one hour earlier). NBC— 7:30—Treasury Men. 8:00—James Melton Festival. 9:00—Martin Kane season finale CBS— 7:00—Burns and Allen. 7:30—Amos and Andy. 8:30—Big Town Drama. 9:00—Racket Squad " Heaven For Sale." 9:30—Crime Photog. ABC— 6:30—Lone Ranger on Film. 7:00—Stop The" Music. 8:30—Blind Date... DUIWONT— 7:30—Bill Slater's Clues. 8:00 — EJJery Queen "The Frightened Child." 8:30—Film Playhouse "Looking Through." • FRIDAY PROGRAMS BASEBALL — MBS Game of Day Network 1:25 p. m. Cincinnati at Chicago. NBC!— 10:00 a. m.—Break The Bank. 1:20 p. m.—Live Like a Millionaire Talent. -1:15—Front Page Farrell. 7:00—Short Story. 9:45 — Pro and Con continues. CBS— 12:45—Guiding Light. 2:30—House Party. 5:15—You and the World. 9:30—Dance Music. ABC— 9:00 a. m.—My Story Drama. 1:00 p. m.—Mary Margaret McBride. 3:30—Welcome to Hollywood. 6:15—Elmer Davis Comment. '9:00—Dancing. MBS— 8:30 a. m.—Harmony Rangers. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MAYTAG? Greatest ever. Come in today. SET ON • • LANG IMPLEMENT CO, = 11:15 a. m.—Lanny Ross Show. 3:30 p. m. Chuckle Wagon. 6:30 —Gabriel Heat tor comment. 9:30—Orchestra Show. • Thousands of y.mng saplings are purchased from farmers by steel companies for use in stirring molten steel. Freedom Symbols Sent to States By Associated Press PHILADELPHIA, July 5 — A symbol of 175 years of American independence — a tiny oak seedling buried in an urn of hallowed earth — is on (he way to the capital of each of the 48 states today. The seedlings, representing the new life sprung from the soil consecrated by heroes of American Democracy, were dedicated yes­ terday at a ceremony on the final day "of a four-day homecoming anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The earth in each urr was dug from/battlegrounds of the 13 original states and mixed with sod from Independence Square, the birthplace of American freedom. TIME TO BUY LIQUOR IS NOW from the only Liquor Store in Mt. Vernon East Side Square - FREE DELIVERY PHONE 100 or 708 Vrw' PnrMtiR in Rear 1 .-if: A' f '4* res Peach Ice Cream Buy it in tha handy Half Gallon Bulk Pack \ MIDWEST DAIRY PRODUCTS CORPOSSAilON » Dry/won CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION fnjoy the Best in Real Ice Cream-- Avoid Substitutes! How to make Wise Tracks to a B How do you buy a new car? Are you one of those people who buy on love at first sight? Or do you check cars feature for feature, price for price—then pick the one that gives you the most for your money? Whichever you are, we'd like to suggest that you come in and see our 1951 Buicks. It's a sure bet you'll go for the swift, smart look of a SPECIAL, SUPER or ROADMASTER —fall seriously in love with the pace and power of its bonnet-filling engine. And it's a cinch you'll go for the room and richness of those Buick interiors—the serene smoothness of Dynaflow Drive* and all-coil springing. But don't let your emotion be the only judge — get the practical picture too. Note that the power that gives you such a big kick here comes from Buick's famed valve-in-head Fireball Engine —which means you get a lot of miles from each gallon of gas you buy. Note that the silken ease you enjoy with Dynaflow"' goes hand in hand with r*;al money savings in maintenance costs. Above all, note what a Buick's price tag includes — how much more sheer automobile you get in a Buick than the same money would buy elsewhere. How about making tracks to our showroom right soon—checking thoroughly into the matter—and see if you don't fall in love with a smart-buy Buick? fcnuivm*nt, a<Vf.<«or(*\«, rr>m a*id mndeh are nubjfet to rhanfjt titthout notw*. s(« Standard on h'< lAhMASTJ-. R. upixonal at utra cost on other Srne*. NO OTHER CAR PROVIDES ALL THISl DYNAFLOW DRIVE* • FIREBALL ENGINE 4- WHEEL COIL SPRINGING • DUAL VENTILATION PUSH-BAR fOREFRONr • TORQUE-TUBE DRIVE WHITE-GLOW INSTRUMENTS • DREAMLINE STYLING BODY BY FISHER , WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBIUS AJtE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM funo in HENRY J. TAYLOR, ABC Nelwoii, tvery Monday evening. OX BUICK SA 1315 Broadway Ivan H. Cox, Owner Phone 315 LIFEBUOY SOAP Bath Size L.I 2 ''fig ^ymUndtmt, # * t * LUX SOA 1 2 £ Size & f IOWER ^PRICES CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLE I? _ 2 cans IT CAMPBELL'S & BEEF ROAST - 69' CHUCK PORK ROAST LOIN END Lb. 53' PORK CHOPS ir LDER Lb. 55' FRESH GROUND PORK SAUSAGE Lb. 39' BACON Lb. 49' PICKLE LOAF - BOLOGNA SPICED HAM a. 5? KELLOGG'S Corn Pops 2 Boxes MILNOT Large Cans 2 Large OCC Cans LiJ HOMOGENIZED SPRY 3 "° $109 RICELAND RICE 16oz. ICC Pkg. 19 Sunkist ORANGES do, 35c Green CORN u 5c Red Ripe TOMATOES ib 15c Green BEANS 2 ibs. 35c sTCANTAL ,011 PES 19* i b *9 ea. 1 1 Sunkist LEMONS do, 35c | Large Head LITIUCE 00c Cucumbers 2 for GR. PEPPERS 15c New Red i POTATOES 101b. 59c Sandusky's Market will hold a Demonstration "The Better Dairy Products" all day Saturday, their store. of Roth 's July 7 at PURE CANE SUGAR MANHATTAN COFFEE Lb. Cummins Market Phone L54 Veribest Market Phone 3321 SS22 Williams Market Phone 1034 Jackson & Martin Sandusky Market Van Horn Market Phone 1510 - 1511 Phone 1027 Phone 26 Kirk's Market 1 Don's Market j Mays'Market ' Phone 3360 I Phone 1915. - | Phone 170 INDEPENDENT flyTHWFTYtni

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