Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 26, 1951 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1951 THE REGISTP^-NEWS ~ MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS RADIO Day By Day By AisocUUd Pram NEW YORK, June 26.—Tailored especially for highbrows, CBS' "Invitation to Learning" tackles anything from Newton's "Principia" to Ring Lardner.. Dr. Lyman Bryson, director of the program, and counselor of public affairs at CBS, makes no bones that the 11-year-old broadcast (currently heard Sundays at 10:35 a.m. CDT), appeals only to a certain kind of listener. "There is," said Dr. Bryson, "a very articulate demand for this type of program. We know from the mail we receive that we have about 800,000 regular listeners." "Invitation to Learning," a panel broadcast, presents two guests and Bryson in weekly discussion of literary works. The guests are chosen from varied fields. Participants in past programs have included Bertrand Russell, Herbert I-Ioover, Margaret Webster and Dimitri Mitropoulis. Bryson meets with his guests for exactly one hour before broadcasts. "I never like to carry the pre- broadcast meetings beyond an iour," Dr. Bryson explains. "Too tiuch discussion takes the fresh- S ess off the topic before it's rea- y for the air." 8:00 America's Town Meeting. 9:00 Time for Defense, 9:45 Dream Harbor. MBS— TUNING TONIGHT (Tuesday) NBC— 7:00 Cavalcade of America drama, (rebroadcast west at 11:30 p.m. West Coast Time). 7:30 Dangerous Assignment with Brian Donlcvy. 8:30 Jack Pearl-Mimi Benzell show. 930 Summertime Serenade. CBS— 7:00 (Premier) Operation Danger. 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. North. 8:00 Life with Luigi. 8:30 The Bickersons, with Frances Langford and Lew Parker.' 9:05 The Lineup. ABC— 7:00 Can You Top This? 7:30 I Fly Anything. 7:00 Count of Monte Cristo. 8:00 John Steele Adventure, 8:30 Mysterious Traveler. 9:00 Frank Edwards. 9:30 Orchestra Music. Television (City Daylight—Stand ard One Hour £arllcr) NBC— 7:00 Meet the Press, Second Edition. 7:30 Juvenile Jury. 8:00 Fireside Theater. 8:.30 Circle Theater. 9:00 Ted Mack Amateur Hour. CBS— 7:00 Film Theater. 8:00 Vaughn Monroe Show. 8:30 Suspense Drama. ABC— 6:30 Beulah Film. 7:00 Hollywood Mystery Time. 8:00 Q.E.D. Quiz Show. 8:30 Life Begins at 80. 9:00 Curtain Uo—Feature Films. DUMONT— 7:00 Current Issues. 7:30 Science Review. 8:00 Cavalcade of Bands, WEDNESDAY PROGRAMS NBC— 9:00 1:30 7:30 9:30 CBS— 9:00 1:00 3:00 6:15 9:30 ABC— 9:00 11:00 3:30 7:30 MBS— 10:00 1:00 6:00 9:30 a.m. Welcome Travelers. p.m. Live Like a Millionaire. The Falcon. Rex Saunders Files. a.m. Godfrey Show, p.m. Second Mrs. Burton. Strike It Rich. Jack Smith Show. Orchestra Time. a.m. My Story Serial, a.m. Johnny (Dlsen. p.m. Welcome to Hollywood. Fat Man. a.m. Ladies' Fair, p.m. Tony Fontaine Show. Record Adventures, Dance Music. Peiping Paper Endorses Truce By Atieciattd Prtit SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. — The People's Dally, official Chinese communist paper in Peiping, declared Monday, "the Chinese people fully endorse" the Soviet suggestion for "the peaceful settlement of the Korean ques. tion." The statement was contained in a long, belligerent editorial broadcast by the Peiping radio and heard in San Francisco by the Associated Press. The editorial repeated all the familiar Red accusations of American aggression, charged that the Americans had suffered a decisive defeat but "still have not learned" their lesson. It asserted that the Chinese communist regime as far back as last Aug. 20 had urged peace in Korea, and listed numerous occasions on which the Reds had sought a settlement. It neglected to say that the terms demanded on all those occasions included seating Red China in the United Nations, title to Formosa and withdrawal of U. N. forces from Korea. ALTAMONT ACCIDENT By AMociaUd Pr«»i ALTAMONT, 111., June 26. — Herman J. Lansford, 28, an em­ ploye of the Decatur Signal Corps Depot, was killed Sunday in an auto-truck collision on Route 40 at Altamont. Father and Son Drown in Creek By Associated Press KIMMSWICK, Mo., June 26. — The impaticnct of Jimmie Koglin, 5„ when the cork on his fishing line began to bob led to the drowning, of the boy and his father Monday. Lloyd G. Koglin, 34, a foreman at the United Drug Co. in St. Louis, tried desperately to save his son, and almost succeeded. Wearing boots, father and son wore fishing in shallow water dosp to the shore of Rock Creek near Kimmswick, 27 miles south of St. Louis.. As the cork on the boy's line started to bob, the father advised: "Now Jimmie, you have to wait until the fish takes the bait." But the excited boy waded toward, the cork and stepped into water over his head. The father plunged after him. Three times Koglin came to the surface, clutching the boy to his chest.. 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