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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 5

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MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Television Review Bv (TVNTII1A IJOWKV NEW YORK (AP) - ABC's "Sana of Western Man" program, second of a four-part sc­ ries, concentrated Sunday night on the American Revolution. The result was fascinating. The years 1775 and 177G came musically alive through imaginative marriage of camera and narrative. Sometimes the scenes were shot where the vents actually had taken place — Williamsburg, Va., Lexington, Concord, Boston and Philadelphia. Critical moments of history were artfully reconstructed. Silhouettes and shadows of a few men accompanied by sound effects told of big battles and bad defeats. The cameras moved in close on old cannons and muskets and a flag being lowered. Thev depicted a British defeat Altogether 1t was a well-constructed nnd enlightening hour even for those who thought they re me in be red their history courses. Tills servs has proved i to be much more interesting than its rather pretentious, foreboding title. NBC's "Best on Record" was certainly the most star-studded show of the evening, if not the entire sea.son. Ii was a happy, relaxed musical hour in which a dozen or so lop recording artists entertained. Most of its arc acquainted with movie Oscars and lelevi- enjoy the performances and brief introductions. Among the stars were Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Dean Martin and Andy Williams (introducing, not s i n g i n gl, and Dixie Filibuster In Two Words WASHINGTON Wi 11 h o streamlining resolution, j charged Thursday the Senate I was allowing itself to be "led by i the nose by a small bunch of willful men." Two Russell replied with scom Fri Tony Bennett, Connie Francis, j vvol . f i s wcrc spoken, and South- t,a V- contending the sponsors of ~ ! "'-~" r '-"~" ' crn forces won another Senate• j h * resolution hadn't made a dc ; Diahann Carroll, Mahalia .lack son, Steve Lawrence and Eydie! Gorme (all singing). I Recommended tonight: "Wagon Train," ABC, 8:.'i0-10 (KSTi Holly and Tim Melnlire, children of the show's star, John Melnlire, are featured with guest star .loan Blondell in "The Blocker Story." skirmish ngainsl Northern liberals. | The words were "I object" — uttered by the wily parliamon-' larian from Georgia, Richard 13. Russell. "Defeated again." murmured Sen. Joseph S. Clark. D-Pn.. a lender of the bipartisan Northern group's drive to streamline tormincd through. effort to push it AUCTIONEER ROY TAYLOR Phone 244-1909 Or Write Rt. 7, Ml. Vernon SHIP COLLISION—Smoke pours from the Norwegian freighter Lionel as it lies in the St. Lawrence Seaway. It was set afire by a collision with the freighter Manchester Merchant. TWO-WAY IMiAYKIt TULSA, Okla. (API - Star pass catcher John Simmons doesn't, play defense for the University of Tulsa. But against Memphis State Simmons got trapped in the game by a new substitution rule. Coach Glenn Dobbs said thai assistant coach Sammy Baugh, on a press box telephone, screamed to set Simmons out. But. after the play developed, Baugh shouted, "Leave him in." Simmons made the tackle. ALL ABOUT EIRE Bowling Jit (ilHLS YOUTH LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Stacie Smith 133; Paula Puckett 132; Debbie Burns 124; Ginger Coats 120. HIGH SERIES: Paula Puckett. 3ti3; Jo Alice McGonigal 312; Debbie Burns 297; Stacie Smith 297. SI Mailings W Casey Queens 21 Summorsville 4 21 Bluford Misses '. 20 Slrikcttcs 14 Knockouts 13 Amateurs 10 Alberta Bailey 181; Pack Henry 180. HIGH SERIES: Irv Nathlich 553: Ronnie Rdcock 521: Woodv Hicks 487; Pack Hcnrv 51 Lindell Lcvall 488; Phyllis Adcock 464. Standi URN W L Ups and Downs 23 19 Sometimers 22 19'j Oldsters 21 y 2 20«,{. Lonesome Four 21 21 Pin Heads 21 21 Wobblers 17 25 sion Emmies. Sunday night's j sina(r ., ( Bing Crosby. Dean Congress*and'thus ease the wav Marlin and Andy Williams (in-, for civil rights legislation, traducing, not singing), and Russell's objection stopped the; I Tony Bennett, Connie Francis, drive in its tracks Friday. Unan- Dinhann Carroll, Mahalia Jack-; imous consent was needed to son. Steve Lawrence and Eydie ! call up a modified version of a Gorme (all singingi. •resolution providing for a two- I house "streamlining" studv of' Recommended tonight "Wag- Congress. Clark called Russell's objee-: variety show was obviously do signed 1o introduce us to the Grammy awards for outstanding phonograph records, which are passed out annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. But there was none of the .••'„•• • •• . ••< tt MM mm mm mm mm >• II II M ^^t^^^-.-- ' 100 FREE PLAID STAMPS STAN THE TIRE MAN SERVICE CENTER l.'tli and Broadway — Phone 244-1500 Tliis coupon nml 10 gallon purnliaso of ST1KIA. gasnllim entitles you to 100 cxtrn Plaid Stamp* plus the, oneR you regularly receive. Coupon good through Monday, Dec. 16th, 1008 usual awards-show calling for Ion Train." ABC, 830-10 (EST the sealed envelopes and the] Molly and Tim Melnlire, chil- lion ;i "two-word lilimisier breathless thanks of the win-jdren of the show's star, John and told the Senate: "We'll be clearly with a picture of a sol- j tiers. The awards had been | Melnlire, are featured with, back another day." dier's hat floating down a sm-" 1 passed out months ago, so all] guest star Joan Blondell in "The, Sen. Clifford P. Case stream ^HHIUI : nad 10 do was sit back and I Bicker Story." i who with Clark had sponsored R-N..L, «• y Mhrmm' .*m au •__•»- ••' ••' •• •* •• •a , •* • a IR on nr am am »» •» am LAGOS, Nigeria (AP)—Irish Ambassador Eamonn L.. Kennedy has presented a comprehensive selection of books on Ireland to Alimadu Hello University in Zaria, northern Nigeria. "These volumes form the nucleus of a library on Ireland and they should be of real use to the students of your university," Kennedy said. SR. GIRLS YOUTH LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Mary Jane Moss 164; Cheryl Gockel 158; Jo Carol Faulkner 158; Carol Roderick 155. HIGH SERIES: Mary Jane Moss 429; Cheryl Gockel 426; Carol Roderick 402; Jackie Coleman 380. HIGH GAMES: Irv Nathlich 213; Ronnie Adcock 200; Geo. Felly 186; Phyllis Adcock 183; DECEMBER SPECIALS NOT 10% BUT A BIG 20% DISCOUNT ON ALL TOOLS AND PAINT. Offer Good Until Saturday Noon December 14, 1963. This Discount Is From Our Regular Everyday Low Prices. HOMEOWNERS LUMBER & HARDWARE PPhone 244-3150 FREE DELIVERY 310 Broadway, Mt. Vernon FREE ESTIMATES JUNIOR BOYS YOUTH LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: David Can- 212; Michael Ligon 195; Danny Taylor 194; John Richey 168; Mike Carrel 161. HIGH SERIES: David Can- 576; Dannv Taylor 479; John Richey 475; Mike Carrel 460; Michael Ligon 441; Don Nath­ lich 402. SENIOR BOYS YOUTH LEAGUE HIGH GAMES: Gene Ralph 224; Jack Wilcox 183; John Campbell 180; Roger Garners 170; Bob Beerup 168; Sam Hicks 165. HIGH SERIES: Gene Ralph 529; John Campbell 491; Jack Wilcox 459; Ro^er Garbers 446; Stanley Patterson 435. CHURCH LEAGUE High Games — Claude Payne 217; Stephen Smith 195: Richard Mullinax 185; Deloris Poston 195; Linda Wilderman 159; Pat Ii-vin 153. High Series—Sonny Russell 517; Claude Payne 497; Jimmy Wilbanks 467; Deloris Poston 462; Pal Irvin 430; Lois Payne 417. STANDINGS Mt. Catherine 28 17 Casey Avenue 27 IS Logan IV 27 IS Logan III 26>/ 2 18 Vt Logan II 21. 21 Bakerville I 18 27 Bakerville II 17Vi 27>/ 3 Logan I 15 ,10 Prices Good Thru Dec. 11 SMALL LEAN PORK STEAK Lb. COUNTRY STYLE PORK SAUSAGE Lb. SHOWBOAT PORK & BEAKS 303 Cans CINCH I (AKE MIX >. 25 YELLOW ONIONS 3* MRS. HUBBARD CREAM COOKIES 2 Lbs. WE NOW HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF SPRUCE OR PROCESSED CHRISTMAS TREES. TONIGHT 9 SENSATIONAL SPECIAL PURCHASE! USUALLY $2.99-$3.99 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Nationally famous makers first quality shirts in an amazing choice of solid colors and fancy patterns. 100% cottons, most all are wash and wear fabrics, button down and regular collars, tapered and regular body styles, Ivy prints, small, medium, large and extra large sizes. YOU'LL LIKE THE THIRD WAY TO SHAVE! *^ JUST IN TIME FOR GIFT GIVING! 9 EASY CARE FLATTER HER FEMININITY WITH BLOUSES For gifts that go straight to her feminine heart, give her beautiful blouses. 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