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Post Script (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 1946-2003, October 18, 1946, Image 8

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RADIO COLLEGE STOSS HOTJHS Did yon knew that there was a broad­ casting station on the campus'? Hare you had. exnerience 'along this line? Well, read further* The broadcasting station here at Paul Smith’ s College started as a floor model radio» Later, an electric vie was .addad to i t to form one nalt, This ‘broadcasting, unit is located in Dormitory 1, Boom ^01 e Bud Towae started this station. He.ie an ex-corpanan attached to the Fleet Marine Forces He ie from. Glens Palls, Hew York, Helping Bud are John Stewart, Boh Hughes, Bud Suprenant, and John Bogie* station identification is*-\You 4 are listening to station PS, Paul Smithes, s Uew York, transmitted \by. recording from Dormitory 1, Ho.jri -. 01 , over radius of approximately four miles \PS\ can h-3 found in several places on the dial at intervals daring the day and evening-. -T.ie places where i t can 'be found on the <5J. .1 aret 5o0 station v/LIT, 570 station WSTC'l, 580 station ¥0BC, 590 station WSSI-, 1.50 station WHAM, and 1160 station '.'C a U* Hecorde w ill be played hy reqaest. Swing and sway, classical -and seni- classical records are available. Anjf one who has any favorites Bay send lh!- his requests. The music for the dance evening was preheated hy statipp.' WPSW„ Bufi would ike to have anyone who biows anything ..'boat ‘broadcasting, and who is interested in >eing an operator, to sea hiKc 4 The transmission is s t i l l within the • law0 The broadcasting is dons entirely . from recordings and there are no commer- r eiais* Therefore, no operator's lioease or licensing of the machine is required, On Sundays there is going to he m hour of semi-classleal pieces. On Sat­ urdays and weekdays there fire one hour pro- ^ grams of other Mnrle of music. The Saranac station is adding a recor­ ding machine to its present equipment in town and i t is increasing its power from 100 - - 200 kilocycles. The Saranac station is interested in the present scheme here, and would like t© (some time in the future)' switch off in Saranac and on at Paul f.with’ s . for a certain period of the day when the students would run the nrogrrjn., KOH. a TUBS. 8*30 1 0 ; 3 0 n.a, WED, & THUHS. 121*5 — ??h5 pom0 - 5s*5 - 8 ; 0 0 ,prta. ■FBI. 800 1 0 * 3 0 n.nj 1 2 s *5 - P-m. 7 < 0 0 - 1 0 * 0 0 p.m. SAT, 1 0 s 00 1 2 ? 0 0 n,m. 1 * 0 0 - 5 ? 0 0 p.m. 7 ? 0 0 - 1 0 s00 p.T?. StlSi 3 ? 00 .. 5 s00 p.m. UOTI0B A meeting of the recreation,com- raxtaWe w ill he held in the Dorm 1 lounge n^POO, Monday Dvening, Oct. ?lst, At this meeting the movies to \be snow on campus for the remainder of this year w ill \be selected. The movies fire regular fu l l length movies, one year old or over„ Anyone who wishes to put his word in for his favorite movie i s welcome to attend* — 0 — do ydiei m s shopping sapxy - „ 0 - - C L . F / A /A ,- r £ £ } / y S / ~ / G £ S P £ # Z i o T t f / t f s 5 r p £ / c # f 3 9 4 - . 5 1 } P A N A c L 4 K £ /V.y. / C . C . P M O T O 0 & p Q S / r £ t h e a t e r .

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