Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 7, 1952 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1952 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS i^pp* 'WWW p Radio NETWORK PROGRAMS • Time is eastern standard, for***. tral standard subtract on* hour, far mountain standard subtract twa hours. Some local station* chant* hour of relay to fit local acMdufcn. Last minute program cfianaaa «an- not be included. FRIDAY, NOVIMBIR 7 Evaning 8:00—News for 15 mln.—obi Network Silent Hr.—abc-mbs-east Kiddles Hr. (rpt.)—abc-mba-waat Bi16—Sports Broadcast—nbo Discussion Series—cba B',45—Newscast by Three—nbe News Broadcast—cbs 7:00—News Commentary—nbe Beulah Sketch—cbs News & Commentary—aba News & Commentary—mba 7:15—Jack Smith Show—cba Dally Commentary—abc Tomorrow's Football—mbl 7:30—News Broadcast—nbo Club Music—cbs Lone Ranger Drama—abo News Comments—mbs 7:45—One Man's Family—nbo News Broadcast—cbs Evening Newsreel—mba 8:00—Hit Parade-^-nbc Mr. Keen, Tracer—cba Top Guy Drama—abc Malsle Adventures—mba 8:30—Mantovanl Music—nbo Gun Smoke—cbs This Is F.B.I. Drama—abo Grade Fields—mbs 9:00—Best Plays—nbo Hornblower Drama—cba Ozzle & Harriet—abc News; Great Day—mba 9:30~.71mmy Carroll—cbs Corliss Archer—abc Eugenie Balrd Show—mbs 9:55—News Broadcast—abc, 10:00—Comment; Poetry—nbe News; Cloakroom—cbs Boxing—abc (also TV) Comment; Valley Boys—mba 10:30—News and Previews—nbo Orchestra Tunes—cbs Orchestra; Mystery—mba 10:45—Pro and Con—nbo 11:00—News & Variety—all neta Television Summary 8:00—Dennis Day—nbo Mama Drama—cbs Ozzie Harriet Film—abc This Is Life Film—DuMont 8:30^The Playhouse—nbo My Friend Irma—-Cbs News Hour—abc Dark of Night—DuMont 9:00—Big Story—nbe Playhouse of Stars—cbs Life Begins at 80—DuMont 8:30—Aldrlch Family—nbo ' Our Miss Brooks—cbs Tales of Tomorrow—abo 10:00—Boxing Bouts—nbe Mr. & Mrs. North—cbs Twenty Questions—DuMont 10:30—Down You Go—DuMont • Hal Boyle . i Be Friendly Yourself If You Want Friendliness in Europe i Saturday Summary Time i* eastern standard. r«r central standard subtract on* haur; for mountain standard two hovra. SATURDAY, NOVIMIIR S Morning 8:30—Howdy Doody—nbe 9:00—Farming Business—nbe No School Today—abo 9:30—Mind Your Manners—nbe 10:00—Archie Andrews—nbe 10:30—Mary Lee Taylor—nbo Smiling Ed—cbs Space Patrol—abe 11:00—My Secret Story—nbo News; Let's Pretend—cbs Junior Junction—abo Coast Guard Cadets—mba 11:30—Love Story—nbe Give and Take—cba Eddie Fisher Show—abe Farm Conference—mba "Bills! Bills! BillsT Aftarnoon 12:00—News and Talks—nbo Theater of Today—cbs Ranch Boys Songs—abo Man on the Farm—mbs 12:30—Coffee in "Washington—nbe Stars Over Hollywood—cbs • Amerclan Farmer—abc Fifth Army Band—mbs 1iOO—Farm and Home—nbo Fun For All—cbs Navy Program—abc Orchestra Time—mbs 1:30—The Down Homers—nbo City Hospital—cbs Orchestra Time—abo Sports Parade—mbs 1:45—Football Game—mba 2:00—To Bo Announced—nbo Music With Girls—cbs Football Game—abc 2:30—Football—nbe Football Roundup—cbs 8:00—Dunn on Discs—mbs 8:30—Football Scores—nbe St. Louis Saturday—cbs Ballroom Dance—abc 6 :45 —Author Speaks—nbo Club .Time—abo ITS mm ATlTSBtST.. MAURICE E. ESTES INSURANCE^ AGENCY All Kinds of Insurance 601 South 10th on Virginia Office Ph. 8502—Residence 3450 Open All Day Saturday FANCY DRESSED POULTRY We have nice fryers, turkeys, ducks, guineas, young hens. Just call 235 and we will do our best to please you. We are needing: some nice lespedezs. Trappers, the fur season will open up the 15th. Come In and get your traps and stretchers. FARMERS PRODUCE & SEED CO. 1010 Broadway — Phone SSS — O. B. Scrlvner. Mgr. OPDYKE H. P. KELLCV, CerrMM«dM« Mr. and Mrs. George Perry and family of Dahlgren, visited Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Schuster Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Kelly and son, anny, were callers in East St. Louis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Marlow, Mrs. Marilyn Williams and Mrs. Irene Allen, visited Mr. and. Mrs. Charles (Chuck) Allen and family in Bethalto, 111., last Sunday. James Pryor of East Altonr visited his mother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry L, White last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Estes of Mt. Vernon, were callers here Tuesday. In the season's basketball opener last Tuesday night, the Ops. defeated the Bonnie boys by a score of 43 to 29. In the preliminary game the "B" squad also overcame the Bonnie "B" five. H. P. Kelly was a business caller in Dahlgren Wednesday. By HAL BOYLE ROME — (AP) — If there is anything an American cannot stand, it is to be disliked. And the f eeling he is disliked now absoad ruins the visit of many a tourist to Europe. * # * • "You know, they really don't like us over here," one tourist tells another, and adds virtuously: "After all we did for them, too— I just can't understand it." It is this attitude, of course, this air of bragging look-at-all-we- did-for-you, that is sure to win contemptuous dislike wherever and whenever it is displayed. The ordinary European doesn't like to be regarded as an object of charity he does not regard Uncle Sam's roving nephews as philanthrO' pists, and in any case lie is un willing to drop dead of gratitude for anybody. The best way to win friends and influence people in Europe is to avoid taking personal credit for the Marshall plan, and, if the subject even is mentioned, look surprised and say, "the Marshall Plan? what is it?" y * * # * This will endear you forever to all Europeans within hearing. Actually, the average American tourist's feeling he is disliked abroad is generally exaggerated, except in Communist areas. There he is not only disliked; he is actively hated. The tourist passes unnoticed in the shopping centers or promenade avenues of big Italian cities. But let him stroll down a side street populated by Communist supporters and he cannot mistake the meaning of the black looks in the faces turned his way. You can feel this visible hatred and it makes you uneasy and, depressed, because what can you do about it? Nothing. It gives you a kind of brief hopeless loneliness, to be hated in this unreasoning way, and it takes some of the luster from your vacation. * » • * But with this disturbing exception, Frances and I have encountered no widespread or general animosity against Americans, The friendliness with which you are greeted in Europe is measured in exact ratio to your behavior, as it should be. Mou can have a good time in any land if you take the trouble to learn that one warm word of phrase in its language which allows you tell a man in his own tongue you appreciate the courtesies he extends you, a stranger. 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