Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 15, 1951 · Page 3
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 3

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Friday, June 15, 1951
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FRIDAY, JUNE 15, T951 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS liadiO DAY BY DAY DIRECTOR TELLS HOW TO MAKE LOVE SCENES SIZZLE By AiiooiaUd Prat* NEW YORK, June 15.—Edward R. Murrow admits to a mild case of licro worship when it comes to Gunoral of the Arm3' Omar N. Bradley. The CB remrter thinks Bfad- /py's new book, "A Soldier's Story," is the best story to come out ot World War II. He's going to talk it over with the general on hi.s Monday evening (June 18) news broadcast (CBS 6:45 p. m. CDT). NBC tomorrow afternoon will carry on-the-scene reports of the final matches ii. the U. S. National Open Golf championship from Birmingham, Mich., at 12:30, 2:15, and 4:<15 p.m. Kac hreport will be broadcast for a 15-minute period. FOB TONIGHT .(FRIDAY) NBC— 7:00 Short Story Drama. l-.'M) Night Beat Mystery. 8:00 Amazing Mr. Malone. 8:30 Man CaUed X. 9:00 Life of Riley. CBS— 7:00 Songs for Sale. 8:00 Hear It Now. 9:00 Rex Allen Show. ABC— 7:00 Dick Powell Mystery. 7:30 This Is Your FBI. 8:00 Ozzie and Harriet. 8:30 The Sheriff, Drama. MBS— 7:00 Magazine Theater. 7:30 Dance Time. 8:00 Air Force Hour. 8:,30 Bandstand, U. S. A. TELEVISION (Central Daylight— Standa'-d One Hour Earlier) 7:00 Quiz Kids (NBC). 7:30 Wo The People (NBC). 8:00 Pulitzer Prize Playhouse (ABC). 9:00 Sports News Reel (NBC). 9:30 Telesports Digest. 10:00 Sportsmen's Club. 10:1.5 Perry Como Show (CBS). 10:30 Faye Emerson. 11:00 Beat the Clock (CBS). 11:30 Feature Film. 12:45 to 12:50 News. SATURDAY SCHEDULES Basr'ball— MBS—Game of the Day Network, 12:55 p.m., Indians vs. Yankees in New York. Other- NBC— 8:30 a.m. Boston Symphony Rehearsal. , 12:00 Noon, National Farm and I Home Hour. 3:30 Big Qty Serenade. 7;00 Musical Show, 9:00 Judy Canova. CBS— 9:00 12:00 By BOB THOMAS AP Movies Writer HOLLYWOOD — Curtis Bernhardt, a top "woman's director," today divulged some tricks of the trade, including how to get the most out of a live scone. What's a woman's director? Well, he's a guy who can evoke fine performances from the heavy emotors on the distaff side. In 11 years here, ho has made noteworthy films with Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Ida Lijpino, Olivia Dellavilland, Baniara Stan­ wyck, Jone Wyman and Ann Sheridan. So he's stuck with being a woman's director. He offered a hint as to his success with directing these gals: "It's cvactly like being married to them; it is a wedding of talents. When I started to direct Jane Wyman jn 'The Blue Veil,' I sent her a note saying: 'For tho next two weeks, you are going to be married to me; your evenings will he free, but you belong to me in the daytime.' " • • • EVERYBODY WANTS to know how directors produce love scenes, so I explored the topic with Bernhardt. "When I have a love scene to do, I always rehearse it first in a dressing room or somewhere alone," he said. "In that way, the actor and actress can feel as though it is the real thing; they can rehearse it without 50 people watching them. When we have to shoot the scene, I try to have as few people around as possible, and no one within the eye range of tho stars." Bernhardt says it is easier to direct women than men. * * * "I DON'T KNOW WHAT IT IS about men," he said. "Perhaps they think that acting is not a manly profession. They may dislike displaying their emotions. But it is a fact that you get just so much from an actor and no more. 'It is different with actresses. The best of them will follow a director completely and get lost in their roles. You can tell them exactly what you want them to do, and they will do just that. That's why it is a wedding of talents." 3:30 fi:00 8:00 ABC- 8:00 12:00 3:00 5:30 9:30 MBS- 11:00 1:00 4:.30 8::30 a.m. Make Way for Youth Noon, Stars Over Hollywood. Cross Section, U. S. A. .Johnny Dollar Drama. Gang Busters. a.m., No School Today. Noon, Navy Hour. Featured Races from Dela ware Park, Wilmington, Del. Harry Wisher Sports Show Di.xieland Jambake. a.m., Man on Farm, p.m., Dunn on Discs. Challenge of the Yukon. Guy Lombardo Music. GUARANTEED RECAPPING New Tire Performance At Vi New Tire Cost DUNCAN & GARRISON TIRE SERVICE 12th & Bdwy Phone 817 BONNIE RUBY V. SHAFFCR, CermiMndtnt The Vacation Bible school will close Friday, June 15th. There will be a program Sunday night at the Methodist church presented by some of the children who has attended this school. The public is welcome to come. ' The W. C. T. U. members wlil have their birthday dinner of the month Wednesday, June 20th at the home of Mrs. Lillian Sledge. Bring a covered dish. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gould of East Peoria, 111. visited with relatives here Saturday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Shaffer and Miss Lorraine Ahlert of Valier. III. visited recently with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brumitt, Mr. and Mrs. Thurnian Williams and daughter, Paula Ann, spent Sunday at Cave-In-Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Whisenhunt, Mrs. Amanda Whisenhunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brumitt attended the singing last Friday night at Mt. Vernon high school auditorium. HARRY A. RICH GENERAL INSURANCE Ashlev Rood—Phone 195 I insure An.vthln« Againit Everythlnx OPDYKE H. P. KELLEY, CorrasponOnt Mrs, Chloe Singer of Mt. Vernon was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Drayton Allison one night last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones, daughter Sue and son Everett of Pawpaw, 111., visited relatives here last Friday evening while enroute to Du Quoin to visit their son Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Curtis and family of Mt. Vernon and Mrs. Ryan, mother of Mrs. Curtis, were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. P, Estes Saturday evening. Miss Flora Cornelius of Greenville, 111., spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Harriman. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Kelly and family returned from Rochelle Monday after spending the week end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thomas, Jr. and family. Mrs. Mabel Young of Tampa, Fla. spent Monday with Mrs. W. P. Estes. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hottensen and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hottensen and daughter, Cheryll, attended the Hilmer family reunion at Okawville, last Sunday. Mrs. Lucretia Lingle of Wyoming is spending the week with friends and relatives here. Walter Ray and Larry Dean Petersen spent Tuesday with their grandparents, Mr. -and Mrs. Hans Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rhodes of Kankakee, 111. and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kemp of St. Louis, Mo. are visiting relatives and friends here this week. Mrs. Alice Wood returned Wednesday after several days visiting in the home of her son, Roy, and family of Champaign. Mrs. Mayme K. Plummer, Mrs. Myrna Armstrong and son, Billie, were Sunday callers at the H. P. Kelly home. Mrs. Mary Wilmore and Mrs. Lucretia Lingle visited Mrs. Betty Gowler last Wednesday. 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