Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 14, 1951 · Page 20
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 20

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Thursday, June 14, 1951
Page 20
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS By AitMlatMl Prnt NEW YORK, June 14. — All major radio and television networks will carry President Tru man's address to the nation to nifht The President, speakinj? from his White House office at 9:30 p. m. is expected to appeal for support for his anti-inflation program. ABC is primed for another of its radio documentaries. This one. entitled "The Ramparts We Watch," win be aired at the end of the month, the exact time to be announced. The forthcoming feature will be a dramatization based on resparch and Interviews conducted by ABC •taffers in Europe. It will center around a group of coal miner? in Louisiana, Eastern France, who gat caught In the middle of the east-west struggle. "The Ramparts We Watch" is the ninth major radio documentary produced by ABC since 1947. The list has Included "The Berlin Story," based on the Berlin airlift, "Communism-T U. S. Brand," a Peabody award winner and "Clear and Present Danger," which took up problems of the government loyalty program. Gene Tunney, one-time heavyweight boxing champion of the world, will reveal some personnel Items about the late George Bernard Shaw with ,whom he corresponded for aIino«it 23 yeirs on NBC-TV's "We the People" tomorrow at 7:30 p. m fCST) I'un- rey was a close friend of the Irish dramatist, an amateur hcxer himself in his younger days TONICS TONIGHT (Thursday): NBC- 7:00 The Aldrich Family. 7:30 Father Knows Best. 8:00 Dragnet Police Drama. 8:30 Counter Spy. 9:00 Screen Directors' Playhouse. 9:30 President Truman address. CBS— 7:00 FBI in Peace and War. 7:30 Mr. Keen. 8:00 Suspense. 8:30 Playhouse. 9:30 President Truman address. ABC— 6:30 Annatrong of the S. B. I. 7:30 I Fly Anything. 8:00 Amateur Hour. 9:00 General MacArthur address. 9:30 President TVuman address. MBS— 7:00 California Caravan. 7:30 Rod and Gun Club. 8:30 Reporters Roundup. 9:30 President Truman address. TELEVISION (Central daylight- Standard one hour earlier): 7:00 Stop the Music (ABC). 7:30 Mama ,(CBS). 8:00 Jamea Melton showCNBC). 9:00 Martin Kane; Private Eye (NBC). MATERNAL REVIEW — Princess Irene. In uniform of Sea Scouts, marches in psrade of Girl Scouts passing In review before her mother. Queen Jui'Ana. at Lunteren, Holland. 9:30 March of Time Through the Years. 10:00 Alan Young Show (CBS). 10:30 Home Theater. 11:00 Showtime U. S. A. (ABC). 11:30 Tne Web (CBS). 12:00 Royal Playhouse; "No Children, No Dogs." 12:30 to 12:35 News. FRIDAY PROGRA3IS: BASEBALL—MBS Game of the day network 1:25 5p. m.—(CDT) White Sox vs. Yankees at New York. NBC— 9:30 a. m. Double or Nothing. 11:15 a. m. Jane Pickens party. 4:30 Just Plain Bill. 6:45 One Man's Family. 9:45 Pro and Con. CBS— 9:00 a. m. Godfrey show. 2:30 p. m. House Party. 6:00 Beulah Ski.t 8:00 Hear it Now. 9:00 We Take Your Word. ABC— 10:30 a. m. Quack as a Flash. 1:00 p. m. Mary Margaret McBride. 6:30 Lone Ranger. MBS— 9:30 a. m. Dixieland Club. 11:00 a. m. Kate Smith. 2:00 Bob Poole show. 6:15 Dinner Date. 9:30 Dance Time.- Wins in Chicken Contest 2nd Time By A «tMlatt4 Prtii FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., June 14.—An undisputed leadership in poultry breeding was established today when Charles Van tress of Live Oak, Calif., won the national chicken-of-tomorrow contest for the second straight time. His 400 heavy-breasted entries which bettered flocks of 39 other breeders from coast to coast were the same breed with which his Vantress poultry breeding farm won the first national contest three years ago—a California Cornish-New Hampshire cross. This was the second triennial contest. The Vantress crossbred birds Flags Removed From Graves PEORIA, 111., June 14.—Sheriff William Littell of Peoria county said today 45 American flags were pulled fron veterans' graves in St. Joseph cemetery, Peoria. The flags -ere found lying near a cemetery fence. averaged 4.27 pounds at 12 weeks of age. The winner Friday will be awarded $5,000 first prize money by the A. & P. food stores, which joined with the University .of Arkansas and the U. S. Department of Agriculture to sponsor the contest. BUY TODA Y ON THE 4-STAR CREDIT PLAN ^ LOW DOWN PAYMEN1 it YOU CAN Sn THE TIRMS ^ NO CO-SIGNERS it Wl CARRY OUR OWN ACCOUNTS THURSDAY, JUNE M, 1951 Early Propagandist Genghis Khan prepared for all his campaigns by using an extensive spy. system, with emphasis on propaganda, according to the Encyclopedia Brittanica. COOOjTYf AN TIRIS GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE G. B. 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