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Bloomington, Illinois
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Thursday, September 7, 1950
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Bean Support Revealed WASHINGTON, D. C. (AP) The Agriculture Department announced Wednesday a national average price support of $2.06 a bushel for 1930 crop soybeans and price support loans of $51 a ton on cotton seed. -The New WJBC T Mntde News Snorts 7 For Central Illinois 1230 on Tour AM Dial 101.5 on FM (Programs for Thursday, Sept 7, 1950) EVENING n 6:00 New t Sterna 6:15 Elmer Davis Corn Belt Bank 6:30 Jack Armstrong r 7:00 Screen Guild Players ia o'clock High 7:30 Screen Guild Player -8:0O Everett M. Dtrkson 8:30 Everett M. Dirksen 8:49 Robert Montgomery 9:00 Author Meets Critic 9:30 Paul Harvey 8:45 Rex Maupin Entertains 10:00 ABC News 10:15 WJBC News 10:30 After Hours U:00 News Friday. Sept 8, 1950 MORNING 6:00 Rev R. J. Zehr 6:13 Farm Fag 6:30 News and Markets Pf later 6:45 Farmer's Exchange Watkins 7:00 Martin Agronsky West ' Sid Coal and Lumber 7:15 Musical Sports Almanac 7:30 NEWS Stern's 7:43 Pauline Frederick-Peoples Bank 7:55 Waller Kiernan - :00 Breakfast Club 9:00 Songs of tho .Pralria 9:15 NEWS 9:25 Bettv Cfocker 9:45 Chapel of the Air Guest-Rev. Robert Urquhart . 10:00 Housewife's Serenade 10:30 Quick as a Fiasn 11:00 Luncheon Club 11:25 Carol Douglas 11:30 Clean-up Time McGraW 11:45 Music and Market i 11:55 Markets Producers I Stockyards AFTERNOON 12:00 Baukhage Talking 12:15 Eddy Arnold ' 12:3(1 NEWS Leonard Hall 13:45 Art Baker's Notebook 1:00 Jim's Juke Box 1:30 Chance of a Lifetime 2:00 Bride and Groom 2:25 White House Report 2:30 Hannibal Cobb 3:00 Greetings From Grebe 3:30 Centennial Queen Candidates 3:45 Ted Malone Miller Hatchery Appliances 4:00 NEWS 4:05 Classified Time Panta graph 4:10 WJBC Band Stand 4:45 Sir Charles Livingston's 5:00 Jimmy Wakely Show 5:30 Scott Lucas 5:45 Sports Gus Grebe Cities Service 5:55 Markets West Bide Coal and Lumber BASEBALL TONIGHT WJBC FM ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CHICAGO CUBS 8:25 P.M. E. W. GILBERT CROSLEY Sen. Vandenberg Enters Hospital " GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. (UP) Sen. Arthur H. Vandenberg, (R, Mich.) ailing GOP foreign policy spokesman, was flown home from Washington Wednesday to enter a hospital. In and out of hospitals since an operation last Summer, Vandenberg returned here by , private plane for further treatment. He has undergone surgery several times since part of a lung was removed. "I plan to stay in the hospital as long as necessary and then move, home," he said. "I will take full part in the next session of Congress in January." 2 Killed In Mine Blast PRINCETON, IND. (UP) Two men were killed Wednesday in an explosion at King's Mine .where they stayed to blast rock after last night's shift went out. . SAN JOSE CLASS SAN JOSE PNS ) Phila thea Class of the First Methodist Church, with Mrs. R. C. Myers, Tuesday night. Sept. 12; Mrs. Amelia Sellers and Mrs. Verna Eieenbrod. hostesses. ICE CREAM SOCIAL FRIDAY, SEPT. 8 At the Abraham Lincoln School Serving From 5 to 9 P. M. Home Baked Pies and Cakes Tickets 25e Including Drink ALL YOU CAN EAT 4G Fried Chicken Wings Young, Tender, Juicy, Golden Brown Today Only Serving Frem S P. M. JUG BAR & GRILL 1020 W. Washington YAr. I US, WUTMtn 4Nt4U AMe o 3&J :-VJ V '! C- 4K rrwnpnwvm tw iviMf" Wfhr Ci4mM A Of 1 30 A M SJT5 7 WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST Generally fair weather may be expected over most of the nation tonight with warmer temperatures in the middle west " DANCE TONITE Vir4-v a a r XZ CX.OXOA HART (9 to 1 CST) Le Roy Fall Festival Blodmington- Normal Deaths Shafer Infant Richard Allen Shafer. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Shafer of 828 W. Oakland Ave died shortly after birth in St. Joseph's Hospital Wednesday evening. The body was taken to the Beck Memorial Home. Graveside services were held in Bloomington Cemetery at 2:30 p. m. Thurs day. The Rev. Chester B. Grubb officiated. In addition to the parents, a sister, Linda Alice, survives. Hicks Funeral Funeral services for Howard Lee Hicks, who died Sunday, were held at 1:15 p. m. Wednesday at the Murray - Stamper Memorial rtome ana at tne centennial Christian Church at Shirley at 2 p. m. The Rev. Duane A. Gross was in charge of the services. J. N. Ver-cler was pianist and Marguerite Burwitz sang. Pallbearers were Robert For-1 rest, Roger Stubblefield, Roy Cochran, Harold Smith, Buck Le-Roy and Gene Leimer. Burial was in East Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery. McClure Funeral -Funeral services for Mrs. Ina McClure of 1506 S. Main St., Normal, who died Saturday, were held I at the First Church of the Naza-! rene at 2 p. m. Tuesday, the Rev. Arthur Nutt officiating. Mrs. Ar-j thur Nutt was the singer and Mrs. ! Maude Conners was the organist. I T3imq1 time iv ITirAfrTfAan Pftma tery at El Paso. Pallbearers were Frank Eft, Burtis Eft, Franklin Eft, Robert Eft, Rolland Day and Robert Kline. D WIGHT CLUB D WIGHT (PNS) Utility Club. 1:30 D. m. Thursday with Mrs. A. Kiese-wetter: first meeting of the season. Paper, Prints Only Farm Ads JACKSON, MISS. (UP) The Mississippi Market Bulletin is a unique newspaper. Subscriptions are free and the paper consists of nothing but advertisements. The state agriculture department publishes the Bulletin every two weeks and Miss Pat Patterson is editor. The paper has 55,000 subscribers, none of whom pays anything for receiving it. It's a public mail order house, practially. Anybody can buy or sell anything through its columns as long as the products come off the farm. Blow Prevents Electrocution BOWLING GREEN. OHIO (UP) Harold Buhler knocked down Bruce Flick with a shovel and saved his life. Flick, a 'truck driver, skidded into a utility: pole and loosened a 2,300 volt wire which fell on his truck. He stepped out. unharmed. Then he noticed 'that his 'motor was still running and started to get back in. When he touched the door handle he was knocked out and struck by the force of the current. Buhler, standing nearby, took a shovel and knocked Flick away from the door and another witness revived him with artificial respiration. Flick's only apparent injuries were a slightly burned hand and a shovel-mark. THE PANTAGRAPH, BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 7. 1950. TWO RADIO Special Events 7 p. m. Thursday, WJBC The Screen Guild Players begin a new series of full hour dramas on ABC with Hollywood stars recreating their original roles in adaptations of outstanding movie hits. The first presentation. "Twelve O'Clock High," will feature Gregory Peck. WELDON BEBEKAHS WELDON PNS Weldon Hebekah Lodge. p. m. . Wednesday. Sept. IS; honoring members having birthdays or wedding anniversaries in June. July and August: regular meeting. LOYAL FRIENDS TO DANCE SHIRLEY. Loyal Friends Club of Hendrix will have a dance Saturday night, which is open to the public. Next regular meeting of the club will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Redfairns of Carlock with a basket luncheon. PANTAGRAPH PHONES4341 CHATS WORTH W8W8 CHATSWORTH (PNS) Woman's Society of World Service. 2 p. m. (daylight) Thursday. Evangelical United Brethren Church: hoatesses.x Mrs. A. D. ! Askew. Mrs. Adam Klehm and. Mrs. 1 Catherine Schade. TONITE 7:30 P. M. And Every Nite Except Mondays CIRCUS ROLLER RINK SSECI M EP i E Advertises regularly on WJBC IFdsCd Fry On Swedish Rye Friday & Saturday 5 P. M. - 12 P. M. This. Is It . . . Bring the Family Fpr a Pleasant Evening JUG BAR & GRILL 1020 West Washington Heroic Cabman Saves ChiTdren ATLANTA (UP) An Atlanta taxi driver has been proclaimed something of a local hero. Lanky, modest Rick Parker, 28, grabbed a suspected rabid dog in the civinity of a group of kindergarten children. Parker was bitten on the wrist. "Any man with kids of his own would have done exactly what I did." Parker said. While 43 youngsters looked on from the windows of the school house, Parker wrestled with a foaming-mouthed mongrel and removed it from the school yard. ANNUAL FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER Armlngtcn Christian Church Friday, Sept. 8th Serving; Starts 5 P. M. (CST) Adults fl.25 Children 75c ENLIOLL NOW! RAE ANN ROBERTS SCHOOL OF DANCE Classes in Tap, Ballet, Acrobatic and Toe AMERICA'S OVERSEAS VETERANS Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States John H. Kraus Fost No. 45-1 MILES E. McRETNOLDS L. J- WEBEB Commander. Service Officer 114 Seats. Mala Street. Bloomlnf tan. 111. Pkan 6101-S FREE Fish Fry for Paid Up Members w New Members p Admission Fee $2.00 Dues 3.00 Total 5.00 Continuous Membership . . 3.00 Rejoininr Members 3.00 SIX DOOR PRIZES ENTERTAINMENT. ALL THE FISH YOU CAN EAT starting at 6 p. m. till ? ? ? Friday, Sept. 8, 1950 STAG YES We are starting our monthly FISH FRYS which we expect to carry through until late spring. Bring that prospect with you and enjoy the acquain-tence of other members OUR HOSPITALIZED COMRADES DEPEND ON US Your Membership Will Help! Opea 7-M 8hw Time S:00. 1:00 Private lessons and classes in all types of ball room dancing. Special classes for teen-agers. Registration Sept. 2 thru 9 Classes Begin Sept. 11 Member f Dancers Internatle-na! of Hollywood. Calif.) Chief. National Association ef Danc'nf Matters; srmdamte, Artbarr Marrsy School of Ball, room. Chicago; rradaste and member of CnWerilty of Arts ef Bollywood, Calif., and Now fork, N. V. Phoift 6703-5 Studio: 902 N. Oak St. 0 be IRKSEN DAY REPUBLICAN RALLY SPEAKER EVERETT McKINLEY DIRKSEN CANDIDATE FOR U. S. SENATOR MILLER PARK -BLOOMINGTON THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. 1950 FOOD-RALLY--ENTERTAINMENT-DANCING ENTERTAINMENT 7:30 P. M. DST SPEECH 8 P.M. Sponsored by McLean County Young Republican Club SOe (SERVING 5:30-7:00 P. M. DST) PAY MIDWEST PREMIERE SHOWING TODAY! Wo OPEN AT 1:M P. M. 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I1"- " ywv yMay.iaoe4j. , ttlMr i2 i - A mm mm JOANKE Dnl) footwriog Barrf Ktlliy Corsftf Pitricl Written by Rietitrd EnsnsH mi Francis Swam Praducsd by FRANK N.SO.TZER Directed by JOSEPH K. KHHtM NOW! STAR-BRIGHT SCREEN EXCITEMENT! 55? lABSDI JBVOk I -o- - . otniiiiiliiii -- B II I I II l III. i J DCKAID atM fl'llllflllll'llll'll I IIKillPJI III ir 12c itiaiiaiii iiiiilii to Extra! Cartoon Fun & Late News Feature at 1:00. 3:05. 5:15. 7:35, 9:35. Open 12:45 & 37c P. M. (Plus Taxes) Open 12:45 12c & 25c to 6 (Plus Taxes) I 1CT IMVI "OUTRAGES OF THE ORIENT" UJ I UAi: "ARMORED CAR ROBBERY" -.1111 ' f"1111 'I J IT COULD HAPPEN IN BLOOMINGTON AND MAYBE IT HAS . . . THE INSIDE STORY OF A PERFECT CRIME. NO CLUE, NO MOTIVE, NOT EVEN A BODY! YEAR'S BEST MYSTERY! story cf Idt8 and crine!!! T0M0RR0W! 0H! HowyouU love those wild and wonderful days in ceiei t TECHNICOLOR BRUCE ELSA MARSHALL fJOflTALBAN FORREST w-m w EXTRA! S CARTOONS O CODY SERIAL LATE WAR NEWS Open 9:45 12(&33( (Plus Tax) TOMORROW LAST DAY! "Please Believe Me" & "Barbary Pirate" Jt' J ...-!. ..J"'1.... 7. HP so i i ii . K?' 1 1 aVl .-rtrt. I I 1 Tonight Only! Tonite's, Phil-Kron Family Party Nite . . . Beauty on Parade Tonight! See the Candidates for Centennial Queen on Our Stage at Intermission Tonight! K - fit-J H4sJS.rf ssiiaitjiaioi y ,isHv .nwas:. ' '-nt ap Aim 4llsaa MM N jaw,. lo!iesg::e fiii SAT. FKI. & U- rAM. IL - J ." Abbot & uere luiiic me uj-eu Costello COMING TO BLOOMINGTON UNDER SPONSORSHIP BL00MIN6T0N-N0RMAL SYMPHONY SOCIETY YEHUDI MMUHM Former child prodigy who has become one of tht world's foremost violinists. JEAN CASAMSUS Pianist, "He does honor to the famous namt ht bears." Philadelphia Bulletin. IGOR G0RIN "A brilliant baritone." Star of the Met renowned throughout the world. GLADYS SWART HOUT "One of the most eleeant voices ever to bless an American Artist," Detroit News. 4 WONDERFUL CONCERTS FOR ($5 Plus $1 Tax A Heal Bargain) Each Artiit Will Be Accompanied By BLOQMINGTON-NORMAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Your opportunity to hear four of America's leading artists, accompanied by an artist of remarkable accomplishment. Every artist we had last year spoke of the Bloomington-Normal Symphony orchestra with most glowing terms. The programs will be planned to appeal to all. Each concert will be given two nights. Seats limited to 1,400 nightly. Last season was a sell-out. Hundreds already sold. Early ordering advised. NOW Oil SALE BY MAIL All Seats Reserved. Ue Coupon Also on Sale at Klemm's, Livingston's, Miller Music, Roland's, Hall's Tog Shop, Biasi's, and State Street Grocery MENUH1N OCT. 12-14 CASADESUS DEC. 12-13 GORIN FEB. 19-20 SWARTHOUT APRIL 13-14 Seats Not Sold for Single Concerts. SCOTTISH RITE TEMPLE, BLOOMINGTON. ORDER BLANK Bloomington-Normal Symphony Society Box 375, Bloomington, Illinois. Send me Ticket. I enclose S... Name. Address Enclosed Self-Addressed, " Stamped Envelope. This is also a Seat Reservation for first concert. State night desired ; -J!i

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