Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on July 2, 1951 · Page 14
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14 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS MONDAY, JULY 2, 1951 RADIO Day By Day NEW YORK, July 2.— Another batch of radio and TV shows takes lo the air tonight in summer schedule shifts. Specifically, they include: Radio, all on CBS—6:00 Robert Q. Lewis Waxworks, Music Variety Series using recordings and guests to run five times a week as the vacation relief for three 15- jninute shows, Beulah, Jack Smith and Bob Crosby; CBS 6:45 Ron Cochran substituting for Lowell Thomas the next eight, weeks; 8:00 Return of Romance Drama, presenting "To Live Again," and S:30 Meet Millie, story of a secretary, these programs filling for the Radio Theater Hour: 9:00 Straw- hat Concert with Alfredo Antonini conducting for My Friend Irma; 9:30 Ray Anthony's Orchestra in pace of Bob Hawk. Television, (Central Daylight) — NBC-TV 6:00 Ernie Kovacs moved from the afternoon to take over !rom Kukla, Fran and OUie for sight weeks; CBS-TV 6:30 Peggy Lee and Mel Torme to sub for the Perry Como thrice a week show until August 27; CBS-TV 7:00 Pantomine Quiz revived on film recording as the eight-week re- J placement for the Video Theater, j In addition, ABC radio's United I or Not, in which Sir Gladwyn Jebb of England is guest speaker, adds a simultaneous television relav on ABC-TV. The radio is at 9:00 eastern local time, the TV is at 9:00 eastern daylight onlv. But these are not all. On CBS- TV at 8:30 (CDT) a new summer replacement is being put in by the sponsor for Phil Baker 's Panel Quiz, "Who's Whose" which had only a week's run. The new one also is a panel quiz, "It's News To Me," with John Daly as M.C. On NBC-TV the Monday and Wednesday versions of Broadway Opens House retitled "Seven at Eleven" have been dropped by the network and feature movies put in their place at 10.' The sponsored sectors of Open House with Jack E. Leonard on Tuesdays and Friday and Donald Richards on Thursday are continuing. Rudy Vrfle is scheduled to return to the NBC airwaves via television. Under plans in the making he is to have an hour's morning show five times a week starting in the fall. The program is to be Variety, possibly similar to the radio series Rudy ran from the late 20's until 1939 on NBC. The TV time will be 10 a. m. 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 CBS- 7:00 7:30 ABC- 7r00 7:30 8:30 9:00 MBS— 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 (Also TV) Howard Barlow Concert. Donald Voorhees Concert. Paul LaValle's Band of America. Boston Pops Concert. Hollvwood Plavhouse. (Also TV) Godfrey Talent Scouts. Man from Homicide, Who- Dunt-It. Henry Taylor Talk. Rex Maupin Music. Ralph Flanagan Band. KEENES Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Smith spent the week end in Champaign with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Houk and children. Mrs. Clint Edwards and children of Kentucky returned home Mon- Hashknife Hartley First Anniversary. Crime Fighters. Murder By Experts "With Mine Own Eyes." Korean Report. Because Arthur Godfrey is to be in Europe after his Thursday morning show until July 16, three substitutes are taking over his CBS programs. Robert Q. Lewis will handle his radio morning series, Herb Shriner the Talent Scouts on radio-TV and Frank Parker the Wednesday night TV Hour. Godfrey is going overseas as guest of Bernard Baruch. Pre-Fourth of July Special for Tuesday; MBS 3:30 p. m. Freedom Parade at Philadelphia as part of the observance of the 175th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. LISTENING TONIGHT (Monday): NBC— 7:00 Gordon MacRae Show "Beautiful Dreamer." If ft seems you're never through with household chores you have to do ... 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