Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 3, 1952 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 10

Mt Vernon, Illinois
Issue Date:
Monday, November 3, 1952
Page 10
Start Free Trial

' 10 IHE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1952 Radio BV C. E. BDTTERFIELD (Central Standard Time) NEW YORK. (AP)—Last words of the campaign arc to (ill the two hours just before midnight on radio and television tonight. Principals in the vote battle will sup- >ly most of them. Republicans have purchased an hour and a half, 30 minutes on two radio and TV networks and an hour on ail Radio-TV chains. The Democrats have bought, an intervening half-hour, also all networks. In order of appearance, thej echedule is: Republicans--9:00 NBC and ABC Radio and TV. Sen. Richard Nixon from Los Angeles and Gen. Dwight Eisenhower from Boston Democrats—9:30 nil radio - TV networks. Gov. Adl.-ii Stevenson from Chicago, Vice President Alben Barklcy from St. Louis and President Truman from Kansas City. Republicans—10 to 11 Sen. Nixon, Gen. Eisenhower and others. Several other pre-election broadcasts also arc to come up, as follows: ; Radio -- MBS 8:05 Reporters' roundup in its regular time with a panel of political columnists joining in a round table on election prospects. Television — ABC-TV 7:30 Hot Seat interviews moved to a new time, guests Sen. Estes Kefauver Of Tennessee and Stanley High. . CBS-TV and Dumon 9 Pick the Winner in an extra session, Wilson Wyatt and Sen. James II. Duff of Pennsylvania discussing a major campaign issue. Tuesday Radio—MBS 1:00 p. m. flection day preview with pickups from 12 cities. -The serious illness of Mrs. Bing Crosby (Dixie Lee) resulted In an Unusual procedure when time c»me for Bing's regular CBS program last week. He never does his show live anymore, and usually it several weeks ahead with advance recordings. I Everything was all set for last Week's recording but in deference to the Crosby a Judy Garland live •how was substituted, the only announcement on the air being that the regular program had been cancelled. The John Scott Trotter orchestra, Crosby's musicians cooperated. Wewa & Commentary—mi>» 7:15—Jack Smith Show— cbi Dally Commentary—abc Dinner Date—mba 7 :30— Nowa Broadcast—nbc Club MUBIC—<:bs J>one RnnRnr Ur.irna—alic Is'ewa Comment*— mbs 7:45—One Man's Family— nbc New* Broadcast—cba Kvenlng Newsrenl— mbt S :00 —Gordon Macllao Show—nbc Huspenna Drama—cbn Henry Taylor Talk—abe Woman of Year—mbs 8:15— titv/n Broiulcaat—abc 8:30— Barlow Concert—nbc (nlho Talent Scouta— cba (al«o IV) llnx Maupin Miialo—abc Crime Doea Not Pay— mb« (:00~ Voorhecs Concert—nbc Kttdln Thoaior—cba Jazz Beat—abc News; Importers floundup— inbi 9:30— Paul L,nvall« Hand—nbo Prank anil Jackson—abc Euifi-nlo Jialrd Show—mbe 10:00 —Mimic lloom—nbc Hob Hawk Quiz—cbi Xown * MIIHIC—nl« (Jotnnivnt; Mystery—mbn 10:30— jN'ew«: Goodman Or.— nm- N 'ewH; OrclicKtrn* —cba N'JWH; Di'feii«o Tlmo—abc Political Talk—rnb.i 11:00— Political Hour—all net* TaUvUlon Summary 7:30— Kcreen Test—abc 8:00— Paul Wlnchcll—nbc Video Theater—cba limp. Saber Pllrn—abc Tbo Psnlagon—DuMonl 8:30— Barlow Concert—nbc Talent Hoonta—cbn United or Not—abc Science Review—DuJIoni 9:00— Opening Night—nbo I Love Lucy— cba Nnwn Hour—abc Military Pro*.—DuMonl 0:30— Montgomery 'J'honleri—nbo Life with Luljrl—cba 10:00 —Studio One— Rim lloxlim Hon til—iJuMont 10:30— Who Said That—nbc Daytime Summery StUcttd prsajrama •• lirtMl bttow arc broadcaat at tha aama lima Manday through Friday. Tim* la -(attorn standard. For canfral atandard aub. tract one hour; for mountain aland* ard two hours. TV) NOV. 3 THROUGH NOV. 7 Morning 9:00— Breakfast Club—abc 1:15—OMR 's Family—mba 9:30— Two Serials—nbc 10:00— Welcome) Travelers—nbc Godfrey Time' (VA hra.)—cba (al*a> TV Mon.-Thur.) My Story Drama—abe 10:30— Doubla or Nothing—nbc Take a Number—mba 10:45— Three Horlala—abo 11:00— Strlka It Rich—nbc I.Ike a Millionaire—abo Ladles Fair—mbs 11:30— Break the Bank—abe Uneen for Day—mba 11-.45— Serials (814 hra.)—eba Aftornoon 1:30 -Lopez Muslo—mbs 2:00— Mary Marjraret McBrlde—abe Say It With Music—mbs 2:16— Meredith Wlllaon—nbc 2:35— ISrnle—abc 3:00— Serliile for 3 hra.—nbc John II. Gambling—mbs 3:15— House Party—cba 4:00— MIIHIO Variety—oba t'al Tlnney—abo .luck Klrkwood—mba 4:30— The Bandstand—cba Juck Owens—abo Lucky U Kanch—mbs 8:00— Kiddles Time—(mid-west ro», peats 1 hr. later)—abo-mb« Turks Fire Back At Bulgarians By A >$oclst«d Pratt ISTANBUL, Turkey — Turkish and Bulgarian border guards exchanged fire for nearly four hours Sunday night near the Turkish border post of Mirgos, informed Turkish sources reported today. No casualties were announced for either side. One report said 40 Bulgarians opened fire on five Turk soldiers, who later received reinforcements. Foreign Minister Fuad Koprulu told visiting Yugoslav journalists several days ago that continuing incidents on the Bulargian border had no particular significance. Files Suit to Divorce Wife • Lester Hobert Fry filed suit for divorce against Irene Roberts Fry in circuit court here Saturday, charging desertion in the complaint. They married March 17, 1951 and remained together until April 1, 1951, the complaint states. Attorney John A. Kirk represents the plaintiff. TITO ACCUSES RUSSIANS OF SEEKING WAR Pledget Cooperation With Western Allies in Promoting Peace. By Associated Prase ZAGREB, Yugoslavia.—In fiery defiant of Russian threats of domination,' Premier Marshal Tito accused the Soviet Union today of promoting a third world war and pledged Yugoslavia's cooperation with the west in preserving peace. He laid before the sixth Congress of the Yugoslav.Communist Party, which opened Sunday, a •40,000-word review of his strength to maintain his country's freedom against heavy military and economic odds since he broke with the Kremlin-led Cominform in 1948. Addresses jCommunlat Party Tito addressed the 2,300 delegates as boss and secretary-general of this country's Red party. He cautioned that Russia "is dS100 TAB ^r49^ St.Joseph ASPIRIN W H SMOOT GKNICKAL AUCTIONEERING — Kxperleiicml and capable — I'liiiii & Furniture salts a Specialty Ites. 511 N. 20th — Mt. Vernon i'hone 4168-W ' NffWOMC PROWUMf „Tft? Mddddrd. rtfna, **•• Mandtrd auktraat duo hour, for £•***•'» (taitdard ouktraat two fttWf*.•€#•• >o«al stations odiet* *Wf ratty l« fit local echedulee. I MONDAY, NOVIMBIIt * Ivonlna «;00—Nowa for 16 mln.—or>a Network Silent Hr.—abc-mba.aajit Xladlea Hr. (rpt.)—abo-mba-woat •:1t—Bporti Broadcast—nbo DIacuaalon Sarlao—cba *M— Nawacaat by T }>reo—nbo Nowa and Commont—ob» »T :00 —Now* Commentary—nbo Baulah Sketch—oba JEFFERSON COUNTY CITIZENS and VETERANS Vote Nov. 4 to keep a Veteran and a Jefferson County man in the State Legislature. VOTE FOR CLYDE LEE FOR REPRESENTATIVE VETERANS AND CITIZENS COMMITTEE (Political Advertising) To All Voters of Jefferson County: I have spent considerable time In talking with many of you these past few weeks but unfortunately there is not time enough to see everyone. If I have contacted you during this period, perhaps this will remind you of our visit. If not, I should like you to know my qualifications. • Qualified and Capable Born and raised in Jefferson Co. Graduated from Mt. Vernon Township High School. Attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondalc. • Overseas Veteran of World War II r .'-'n • Responsible Married to the former Betty Dyer. FOR TRANSPORTATION to and from the polls Phone 1053 Sincerely, JERRY B. GOTT Republican Candidate for Circuit Clerk Pol. Adv. arming itself and its satellites in order to achieve its aims by force: to hold enslaved countries in subjugation, to seize new territories enslave other peoples." Turning toward Yugoslavia's relation with the west, Tito said co-existence is not only possible between communistic and capitalistic countries but that experience has shown in concrete ways that such co-operation may prove mutually useful. TEMPERATURES Rockford 60 32 Moline . - 63 32 Peoria 62 35 Qtiincy „ 63 30 Rantoul '. 69 38 Springfield .. 68 40 Vandalia 77 41 Scott Field 78 47 Mt. Vernon 76 55 HARRY A. RICH GENERAL INSURANCE Ashley Rood — Phone 195 1 Insure anything 'Agaiaat KverythJnK NOW ON DISPLAY!... *v?3.y*w?*aai V ^^If^C ^'S . -^lajaam Ttia bMvHhl m Otryalar Wlntfatf CMCaup* AMERICA'S FIRST FAMILY OF FINE CARS Tha brilliant naw Chryilar Naw Yorker Deluxa Newport The mo|«i!lc naw Chrysler Cuilom Imperial 4-door Sedan A stunning new mood in Highway Fashion! Here is without question the finest array of motor cars ever presented to the American motoring public . . . the most beautiful Chryslers of all time . . . creating a glamorous new Highway Fashion for 1953 . . . engineered with all of the'perfection for which Chrysler is famous! Here indeed is America's first family of fine can, offering all the most-wanted new car features in safety, comfort, and performance. There's the beautiful Windsor line ... lowest priced of all Chryslers and a true "family favorite." There's the brilliant New Yorker... considered by many the most sparkling performer on the road today. And there's the Imperial . . . custom-built for those who must have the absolute best. All in a wide variety of body models, eolors, and interior trim combinations! Yes, there's something here for everybody . .. and we feel sure there's something wonderful here for you. Why not visit us soon and look these beautiful new cars over . . . you'll get more than • hint of how wonderful it feels to be a Chrysler owner! The .beautiful 1953 CHRYSLER the safest car you can drive DARE MOTOR CO., lnc-1600 S. lOth-Phone 52-Mt. Vernon, III. "SHORTIE" DARE, Prop. Look! You can install Sloanes LINOLEUM TILE RIGHT OVER YOUR OLD FLOOR! You won't need any special cutting tools; shape this wonderful tile to fit corners and angles with scissors! • i • Texftoor - a p 0 p u I a r Sloane design . . . brushed stroke graining*, practical and highly decorative. STANDARD WEIGHT 9x9-INCH THESE ARE STANDARD WEIGHT LINOLEUM TILE- NOT LIGHT WEIGHT! Choose from Beautiful Colors • iff «rblef one — another Sloane all-over design . .. the colorings are combined to form an all-purpose pattern. STANDARD WEIGHT 9x9-INCH FLOOR TILE TOOL KIT GIVEN with a room order of any kind of floor tile. Each ki contains all the necessary tools to install your own tile floor. Limit 1 to a customer KENTILE Asphalt file V&tfSZ! A * A r 6 C «. PLAS'TIX Rubber THC ZSZJi^i&!t'Mhn.. Only. 8V2 ^M. Confetti Asphalt Tile c 9 £*;r7coio ;in k9 ..... o n \ Y 13!/2 c M ^ D u, Plastic Wall Tile V±; N.W o„. r 5«/jC ^ SPECIAL REPEAT VALUE! 4 -Inch, Pure Nylon Bristle PAINT BRUSH STAINLESS STEEL FERRULE HARDWOOD HANDLE R«g. $5.00 Value! Spec/a/ Room-Lot Sale of WALLPAPER 10 and 12-Roll Quantities BORDER INCLUDED 98*.»*3« COOK'S PAINTS WEST SIDE OF SQUARE PHONE 2410 (Open Saturday Evenings) I •i EMPLOY A COMPETENT PAINXEB AND PAPEBHANGEB $398

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free