Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 25, 1951 · Page 12
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 12

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Monday, June 25, 1951
Page 12
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I? THE REGISTER-MEWS ~ MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1951 RADIO Day By Day NEW YORK, June 25.—For I'heodore Granik the job of pro- lucing and moderating NBC's "American Forum oi the Air" is practically a hobby. Granik, former assistant district attorney of New Yorlc City, formor counsel to the U. S. Housing Authority, former civilian adviser to Maj. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, director of Selective Service, and one-time special adviser to the chairman of the War Production Board, is a practicing lawyer with offices on Wall Street, and national counsel for the American Business Congress. Despite his legal activities. Granik finds time to put together up-to-the-minute discussions for the weekly NBC simulcast, (Sundays, 9 p. m.), choose senatorial debaters for the program and keep up contacts in congress. * • • * President Truman's address at Tullahoma, Tenn., delivered at 1 p. m. today, will be re-broadcast tonight on NBC and CBS at 10:30 p. m. John J. McCloy, U. S. high commissioner for Germany, will make an address on MBS tonight at S p. m. . . . "Should Controls Over Prices, Wages and Materials Be Continued?" is the topic scheduled for ABC-TVs "On Trial" tonight at 8:30 p. m. Ira Mosher. director of the National Association oT Manufacturers, will present the negath'e side. The opposite view, favoring continued controls, will be presented next week, July 2, by Sen. William Benton (D-Conn.) Llstenbif Tonight— NBC— 7:00 Gordon Macrae and Xa- dine Connor in "Merrj- widow." 7:30 (also TV) Howard Barlow concert. 8:00 Doijald Voorhees phony. Paul Lavalle Band of America. 9 :00 Boston Pops Orchestra. CBS— 6 :00 Bculah Skit. Edward R. Murrow with the news. Hollywood Playhouse, (also TV) Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts. Radio Theater—Dick Powell, June Allyson in "The Redhead." My Friend Irma. 8 :30 6:45 7 :00 7 :30 8 :00 9:00 ABC- 7 :00 (Premier) The Man From Homicide—new detective series. 7 :30 Henry J. Taylor talk. 8 :00 The Ramparts We Watch. 9:00 Ralph Flanagan's orchestra. MBS— 7 :00 Hashknife Hartley. 7 :30 Crime Fighters. S:00 Murder by Experts. S:30 Wlr Front Home Front. 9:00 Frank Edwards. TELEVISION— (Eastern daylight—standard one hour earlier): NBC— 7 :00 Cameo theater: Jeffrey Lynn and Barbara Britton in "Blackout." 8 :00 Lights Out: "Lady Anne." 8 :30 Somerset Maugham television Theater: "The Letter." 9:30 Who Said That? CBS- 7 :00 Tuesday times;: NBC— 10:30 a. m. Jack Berch show. 1:00 p. m. Double or Nothing. 4:45 Front Page Farrcll. 7:00 (10:30 p. m.—Caval­ cade of America. CBS— 12:45 2:30 7:00 6:45 p. m. Guiding Light. House Party. Beaulah Skit. Edward R. Murrow with the News. ABC— 9:45 a. m. Romances Drama. 1:00 p. m. Mary Margaret McBride; 4:00 (midwest 5) Big John and Sparky. 6:30 Jack Armstrong of the SBI. Dream Harbor. 9:45 MBS— 10:30 12:15 4:00 6:15 a. m: Queen For a Da\'. p. m. Luncheon With Lo- (midwest 5 record adventures; Dinner Date. To Increase Job Injury Awards By Ai>acjat»4 Pnn SPINGFIELD, 111., June 25. — The Illinois House on Friday approved unanimously legislation for inci-eased benefits under the workmen's compensation and occupation diseases acts. The measures now go to the Senate for action. The bills call for a 13 1/3 per cent increase in cash wards, and longer periods of compensation in cases v\hcre a worker loses and eye or suffors amputation of most of a limb as the result of an accident. .\ joint group representing labor and industry drafted the bills. The House passed 27 Senate-approved hills and defeated one as it toiled to clear its crowded calendar before the traditional June 30 adjournment. Videa Tlieater: Vincent Price in "The Promise." Horace Heidt. Who's Whose. Studio One Drama. i ABC— 7 :00 Marshall Plan in .Action- film. In Our Time—film. .Arthur Murray Show. On Trial: "Should Price. Wage and Materia! Con- S:00 8 :30 9:00 7 :30 8 :tXt S:30 trols be Continued? 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