Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 9, 1950 · Page 5
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TO GIMLET PAtLY gj|BBKE. GRgELpY. PAGE FIV» Former Local Man Rales Second Among Video Personalities of West This It Wriglty Field the bateball diamond when Ceach Pett Butler'* flnt bill tMm representing Colorado State Colltgt of Edu- catlontalmeet UDMt the mighty Trojahl of th* Unlvinlty of Southern Cillfornl* In th* NCAA playoffs liit June. Th* man «t thi right I* Bill Wilih, *on of Mr. and Mr*. W. H. Wclih of 190t Tenth ivinut. Th* eablntt «t th* ild* of hit held I* a televltlon receiver * he gin ··· Juit what hit audltnc* It viewing. Mr. and Mri. W. H. Welsh of 1909 Tenth avenue proudly read comment! in Tele-Vlewt magazine about their son, Bill, who la cutting quite a twath In the Los Angeles area for hit television broadcasts.--Photo by Skeets Calvin. For the second successive year,' a. former Oreeley juan lias placed second as the top television persoii- allly on the west coast. That is the honor won recently by Bill Welsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. . W. H. Welsh of 1909 Tenth avenue. The award, known as the "Emmy," Is made hy the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. It is equivalent to the "Oscar" awarded in motion pictures. This year Bill was edged out by Ed Wyuii and in 1949 it was Milton Berlc who barely won over the , Colorudoan. Tlie Greeley man showed his loyalty to his home town and alma mater" last spring when the Colorado State College of Education basotall team was in Los Angeles for the NCAA playoffs. During one of Ills broadcasts, he told about the team, the college and Greeley. He t also "plugged" the games on some of his oilier shows. Known as "Mr. Television" to thousands of Southern Californians, Bill Is a pioneer in the field and is one of the most versatile announcers In the business. He did the first telecast of a Hose Bowl football game and started daytime ad lib shows. The telecnster received most of his radio background In Denver. He was on the KFBL staff from 1935 to 1942. Before that he worked at KFKA. Following four years of service with the Office of War Information durlnK the war. he went to Loa Ani;eles nnd c.ntcred television in 1 1940. Ho immediately became one of the most popular announcers in the industry. He lias dpno more shows than any other announcer on the coast and has covered nil type.-- (if sports. This piist summer a new field opened up for him when Warner Brothers tabbed him for parts In several productions that are scheduled for release In 19T.O. Radio audiences are n cinch compared to television addicts. Bill says and cites the celebrated case of bis glasses. For years he had worn rimless glasses but soon after his entry into television oculists and optometrists lodged a com- v plaint with his sponsors. They said his glasses failed to register on the video screen. The eye men Rave him a set of born rims that made Winston Churchill's "rlmmcrs" look delicate. Tbis appeased one group but women fans started complaining;. They didn't like the way bo looked ^ In his new specs. The battle raged »nd a poll was taken. Weary switchboard operators answered 1,100 calls In n few hours. The horn rims won by 50 votes. So, ho wore them. But still tho complaints poured In. HlB sponsors went into huddle and eamo up with * compromise. The tops of his glaaset »r» shell rimmed ·» »nd the bottoms arerlmless. mon subject for Sunday, March 12. Golden Text: "I know that, whatsoever God doeth, it shall he for ever: nothing can bo put to it, nor any thing taken from it" (Ecclesi- astes3:14). Sermon: Passages from the Bible (King James Version) include: "For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketli for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory; While we look not at the things which are seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the tilings which are not seen are eternal" (It Cor. 4:17, 18). Correlative passages from "Science nnd Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, include: "Matter, with its mortality, cannot be substantial if Spirit Is substantial and eternal. Which ought to ho substance to us,--the erring, changing, and dying, the mutable and mortal, or the unerring, immutable, and immortal?" (pp. 278, 279). Wa*» Hef*rt Old woodwork tkould be thor. ·ujlily washed btfort repainting, using on* of the new detergents on one of th* prepared paint cleaning compound* avallablt tit a paint itore. ' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES "Substance" is the Lesson-Ser- i FlyhM' prwftftwr ' 0 4 T I . I U . - W ) - Champaign, I U . -- If) -- Kul Strong, director of tbo Bu»ln**» MaoagtmtBt Sortie* of. tot University of. Illlaoli, often baa braak- fait at hit horn* hen, lunch In Chicago and dinner in Sprlngflold, th* tat* capital. He 1* bom* »g»ln in tlm* for a midnight snack." H* usei on* of th* university'* fleet of 34 airplane* to get to speaking appointment* on ached- ule. Men In th* Unlveralty't Insti- tue of Aviation beliere that with- out ' th* 'air Writ. It would ' re qulr* tore* equally quallfld mci to do th* tame job. Marrlag* Lltent* Returned Cl«»rfi*ld, Pa.--(ff)--The Clear field county register snd recorder'; office got back a marriage license issued In October and an eiplan atory not*. Th* not* said: "I am sending you back my marriage 11 cons* because the marriage Is can celed and the groom It in. jail." S P E C I A L S PANTIES, Water Repellent, 4 pair for '. CHILDREN'S ANKLETS, 8 pair for _____'. . SILK PANTIES, 3 pair for BOYS' CORDUROY PANTS_ BOYS' SHORTS, 2 for $jOO $1o $1 oo $100 $100 Easter togs ar« now read}' for both boys and girls. Jack and Jill Shop 930 9th Avenue Unit C a p t u r e Spring'i Gay Mood with a medley of .f r e s h, new color don* 'n flattering detail of fine materials. 824 9th St. ·DOLLAR DAY A Window Full... Stop and Look You will be surprised at what your dollar will buy . . . see our large selection. Extra Values $100 Utter Jewelry Co. 826 8th St Phone 872 PHONE 314 815 10th ST. Men's $1.29 Quality Men's 59c Speed Shorts Reduced for This Event Reduced for this event to W« sell hundreds of these at regular stock but we have reduced these for this event. Rib knit, sizes S. M. L. From our regular stock. Blue Chambray material, triple stitched. Full cut Sanforized. Sizes H to 17. Boys' Blazer Socks Don't Miss This One 80 Sq. Percale Our Regular 39c Yd. Our regular 39c line. New Spring colors, reduced for Dollar Day only. Sizes 8 Vi to 11. Firm smooth texture, washfast colors Ideal for sturdy, economical clothes Buy now for your spring sewing. Men's $1.45 Neckties Wards Spark Plugs Regularly 43c Each Hurry and Sav« Many excellent patterns to choose from. Figured and plain. Buy now and save 1/3. Buy now and save. Take advantage of our $ Day Sale and Savel Regular 1.19 to 1.49 Garden Tools Printed Drapery Material B6" widt Tropical leaf on interesting Novelty Textur*. Washable. Dry clean to prevent ihrlnkagi, Rakes, Hoes, Leaf Rakes. Buy now for those long hours in the garden. Take advantage of this special.

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