Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on March 5, 1948 · 45
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CTL-Bing Crosby. WBBM-Julian Bentley, News. WLS-Bennett Or fie Id, News. WIMNews: Melodies. 12: -15 W G N Fanoug Namaa. WBBW-Guiding Light (C). WMAO Robert Ripley. WJJD-Musical Mraos: Nses. WINDon Artiste. eLS-Doc Burlinghea. 1:0&-W G-N-Quaaw For a Day. WMAl Today's Children (N). WCFL-Clark Dennis. WHBM-Second Mre. Burton tC). TLS-fei Allen. WIND-Newsj Lyric Tim. WJJIVUnited Nations Prograa. 1: IS-WMAO-Women in White fN). WBBM-Perry Mason, serial (C) CFL-Kash Kwii. WJJD-Three's a Crowd; News. WLS-School Tiae. WIND-Saomry Eaye. l:27-WmAOHolly Sloans. fc$0-W-fK-Mrtln Block. - wBBM- Young Dr. Ma lone (C). XS-Bride and Grooa (A). 'WJJD-Ernie Simon. CFL.That Gal Gleason. . WI.ND. Vaughn Monroe. l:4 0.WMA0.Betty Crocker (N). l:a-w-G-N-Cdrle Foatar. WBPM-Rose of my Dreams. IC.Te Be nek e. HAQ.Light of the World. 2;CK)--aMe-N-Hartin Block. a WQ Life Can Be Beautiful. CFL-Sugh Douglas. BM-Double or Nothing (C). WIND-News; Record Shop. T-S-Ladies. Be Seated (A). riV-W-tr-h--Jay Walkar. MAO-Me Perkina. J:30-w-G--Sono of Strangar. ajJD-Board of Education, a Q-Pepper Young's Family. WPB- House Perty C). WEW.Paul Whiteman Club. WGES-14oyd Webb, records. V-W-t-a-Oassert with Anacha. MAQ-Right to Happiness. WIJD-Inter lude: News, f:00-W-G-Robert F. itirlalgh. WMAQ-Backstage Wife (N). Programs and Highlights for Today Xisleners" dioiCG' SPECIAL EVENTS 10:00 a.m.-W-G-N-Juna Bakar, with Or. Hayar Parlatain. 8:00-WGK-TV-Talacaat of Gqjdan Glova Final a. with Jack Brlckhouaa. 10:00-W-G-N-Goldan Glova blow by blow account, with Jack Srickhouao. VARIETY. COMEDY AND DRAMA 12:5 p.w.-W-G-N-Famoua Namaa. with Ataxia Smith. - 7:00-WLS-The Fat Man, with J. Scott Smart. 7: 30 -WBBM-Danny Thomas show. Danny has a dream. 8: 00-wbbm-Frank Morgan, Don Ameche and Frances Langford. 8: J0-W-G-N-Information Plaaaa. Guaatt Frad Allan and Bur-jjaaa Maradlth. 8: 30-WBBM-Adventures of Ozzle and Harriet Nelson. 9: 00-W-G-N-Tha Smitba of Hollywood, with Arthur Treacher. 9: 00-WMAQ-Mystery Theater: The Pick-Dp Killer. " 9:30-W-G-N-Hollywood Theater: Paul Henreid in "Quarantine." v MUSIC 7:00 p.m.-W-G-N-Burl Ives haa Frank Sinatra aa gueat. 7:00-WGNB-Mulc of Enchantment: Mozart's Serenade in 6 Major. . 7: 00-WMAQ-Highways in Melody, with Mac Morgan, Baritone. 8: 30-WMAQ-Waltz Time, with Bob Hannon, baritone. 9: 30-WBBM-Call for Music, with Dinah' Shore, Johnny Mercer, and Harry James band. iVetc Broadcast MORNING 8: 45-WBBM 9:0O-WGN 9:00-WIND 9: 30-WIND AFTERNOON l:45-WGN 3:00-WGN 3:00-WCFL :00-WGN EVENING 6: 45-WMAQ' 7:00-WIND ?:00-WGN :00-WCFL 10:00WBBM 6: 00 -WMAQ 6:5-WGM 7 : 00 -WBBM 8:00-WGN I3:00-WMAQ 12: 30-WIND 12:30-WLS 1:00-VCFL 6:00-WGNB 6:00-WLS :1S-WBBM 6: 15-WMAQ 6:30-WGN lOt 30-WIND 10.-4S-WLS 11:00-WIND U:30-WGN 4:30-WLS 5:00-WMA0 S: 00-WIND 5:45-WMAQ 10:00-WCFL 10:30-3 11: 00-WMAQ ll:15-WGN 1:00-WGN Television Program WGN-TV-8 p. a.. Telecast of Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions. IB KB programs: 3 p. a. - Television showcase. 4 - Junior Jamboree. 7:30 "Fighting with Kit Carson." 8 - News reels and News. 8:15 - Fila Shorts. 8:30 - Learn to Rhuaba. 9:00 - Boxing froa Marl i son Athletic club. WBBM. Hint Hunt: News (C). WCFL-News: Don Artiste. WJJD-Love's Lullaby. WAIT-Singing Strings. 3:i5-W-G-t-Melody Memos. WMAQ-Stelle Dallas, serial. WCFL-Eddie Hanson. . . '. WJJD-Rosemary. v i 3:36-W-G-N-HolIand. Engl a Show. WMAQ-Lorenso Jones, serial. WLS-Ted Ma lone (A). WBBM-Gold Coaat prograa. WCFL-Guy Lombardo. WJJD-Newa reports. , 3:45-WMAQ--Young Widder Brown. WCFL-Ray Bloch. WLS-Mae and. Bob. Wjp-Novelty Shop. WBBM. Julian Bently. News. :00-W-G-h-Spencer Allen, News. WGNB-Or. George W. Crane. WLS. Martha and Helen. WMAQ. When a Girl Marries (N). WJJD-Music Unlimited. ' WBBM-Paul Gibson program. WCFL-Music Lovers' Matinee. WIND-News and records. WiVVWJ-rV-Marahall Kant. WMAQ-Portia Taces Life. WTJD-Pan Americana. U:30-W-G-N-eakar'a Spotlight. 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WGNB-Dinnar Concert. - BBM-Everett Holies, News. WMAQ-News of the World (N). WLS-Air Edition. 6:30-W-G-N-Henry J. Taylor. WBBM-Club 15 (C). WLS-The Lone Ranger. WMAQ-Ski p Ferrell. WCTL-Serenade to You. WIND-Bert Wilson. ( 5-W-G-N-neide of Sports. WGNB-Modern Tempo. WBBM-Edw. R. Murrow, News. WMAQ-Nawa reports. WCFL-Music for Men. WIND-Serenade at Dinner. 7:00-W-G-N-Bur1 Ivaa (M). WGNB-Hialc of Enchantmant. WMAQ-Kighwaya in Melody (N). WBBM-Baby Snooks Show (C). VOX -Man With Band. WIND-News : Music. WLS-The Fat Man (A). 7:15-W-G-N-Alan Dale dub. . WCFL-Xavier Cuget. T: 20-WIND-Music and News." 7:30-W-G-N-Spancar Allen. WMAQ-Can You Top. This? (N). WBBM-Danny Thomas (C). WCFL-Was and Needle Club. WLS-This is Your FBI (A). WGES-Italian Varieties. wind-Bob El son, sports. 7:5-w-G-NYour Answer. Please WIND-Tiae to Remember. 7:5VW-G--Billy ftoae Show (8). e:00-W-G-N-GBbrlal Haattar. WGNB-Sinfoniatta. WMAQ People are Funny. WCFL-News reports. WBBM-Morgan Ameche (C). WIND-News: Star Parade. WENR-Break the Benk (A). . 8: 05-WCFL-Sorrowful Mother No vena. 8:15--W-G-N-Rmdio Newgreel (M). 8:3Me-W-lnformation. Please. WGNB-OparetU Muaic WMAQ-Walts Tiae (N). WIND-Casa Rhumba. WENR The Sheriff (A). WBBM-Oesie and Harriet. : 45-WIND-Congress Reports. 9:00-w-G-N-Smltha of Hollywood. WGNB-Symphonic Hour. WBBM-Call for Music (C). -WMAQ-Mystery Theater (N). WENR-Cavalcade of Sports. WCFL-News Reports. WIND-Gas light Varieties. : 15-WCFL-Union Printers. WIND-Syaphonie Hour. 9:30 W G-N "Hollywood Theatre. WBBM-Spotlight Review (C). WMAQ-Sports Newareel (N). WENR-Sports show (A). WEFM-Coaposers Hour. WCFL-Concert Miniature. :45-WMAQPro and Con (N). 10:00-w-G--Go1den Gloves. WGhB-Evaning Musical. WIND-News: ABC Club. WMAO-Perry Como, songs (N). WENR-WCFL- WBBM- News . 10: IS-WBBM. Jack Smith (C). . WENR-Herbie Mints. WMAQ-Kleve Kirby, News. WCFL-Music Lovers Program. 10:30-WMAQ-Frenk Parker show. WBBM-Larry Stevens show. WENR-Elson on Century. 10:45-WBBM-Sporte Final. WMAQ-Howdy , Mr. Lincoln. WF.NR-Lynn Burton Show. 11: 00-WMAQ-News Reports. WENR-Pletter Party. WIND-News: Dancing Party. WCTL-Communi ty Report, WBBM-U. N. Report (C). ll:15-WBBM-Lawrence Walk. - WENR -Ski tch Henderson. WMAQ-Don Elder, sports. 11: 0-W-G-r-Tommy Carlyn'a orch WMAQ-World's Great Novels. WBBM-Lou Diamond. WCFL-Slack Time. WENR-Ray Robbina orchestra. WIND. Record Previews. li:W-W-G-N-Dal Courtney. WF NR. Jerry Glidden. WIND-Music Until Midnight. U:00-W-G-K-David LeWinter. WBBM-Ma tine a at Midnight. - WMAQ-11 60 Club. WNR-Dirk Courteney. WCFL -Marty Hogan Show. WIND.Night Watch. 12: 15-W-G-K-Shermnn Hayaa. 12:30--W-G-K-Joa Sudy's music. ' WEN?-Rhythm at Random. l:00-W-G-N-Newa Reports. WGN-TV TO TELECAST FINALS OF GOLDEN GLOVES TOURNAMENT Finals of the Golden Gloves will b.e telecast over WGN-TV, ff-G-N s new television station, starting at 8 o'clock tonight. Meanwhile,' W-G-N will carry a description of the bouts from 10 p.m. until, the conclusion. The television as well as the radio report will be handled by Jack Brickhouse, recently named sports service manager and broadcaster of sports events for W-G-N s three outlets: W-G-N, WGN-TV, and WGNB, FM station. Brickhouse will be assisted by Producer Don Cook; Frank Korch. W-G-N sports editor, and Harry Creighton, who will provide color commentary for the radio show. WGN-TV operates on channel 9. This is its first scheduled telecast, tho it is on the air regularly with test patterns. The station will not' have regular programs for several weeks. . CAB DRIVER ROBBED Wilford E. Richmond, 1163 N. La Salle at., a cab driver, told police two men robbed him of S24 at 4743 Hubbard at TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OF THE TRIBUNE Order Tor malt subscrtDtlon roust be accompanied br remittance to cover. Rates In Illinois r outside Chtcasol. Indiana. Iowa. Mlchlran. and Wltconiln: Dally, without Sunday, one year. ST. 50: six months. $3.73: three months. S2.00: one nmth. 75c. 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Jln0; six-months. 1?.50; three months. $7.00; one ""rorelm: ' Da'llv Tribune onlv. 25.00 per year, with Sunday. '42.00 per year. Clve poitornce address In Tull. tndudtne county and state. . Remit In exorrts money order, draft, or In reentered letter at our ink to The Tribune company, publishers. Tribune SrwV"espnot be' responsible Xor currency sent 'Ptrs'wuhlnr to tske The Tribune b carrier may order It by pott card or telephone Superior too. When delivery If Irrerular. make complaint. All unsolicited manuacrtnts. articles, letters, and pictures sent to The Trlhune are sent at the owner's rlk and The Tribune ca-M-' exoreialy repudiates ane liability or responsibility for their safe cuModv or return. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED FBESS The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local neWs printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. n1 . CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE: Part 3 page 7 Friday, March 5, 1948" GREEN'S RETURN TO SPUR STATE G.O.P. CAMPAIGN Governor Will Be Ericsson League Speaker BY GEORGE TAGGE Gov. Green will, return tonight from a brief vacation and plunge into the Republican campaign which has lagged in his absence. He will share speaking honors tomorrow night in the Palmer House grand ballroom with Sen. Brooks and Gov. Carlson of Kansas. This kick-off for a spurt in G.O.P. activity will be at the 54th annual convention of the John Ericsson leagues of America and of Illinois. At least .1,200 are expected to attend the meeting of Americans 'of Scandinavian background. Oliver H. Bovik. 6th ward Republican committeeman, is president of the Illinois league. ' Sen. Brooks also will speak at a luncheon in the Palmer House tomorrow for 13 Republican congressional candidates in cook county. Five are incumbents. Vital Issues "Chicagoans afe keenly interested in national issues," said John Leonard East. Republican county chairman. "This is vital to our hopes for peace. What congress does .toward reducing taxes 'and slashing federal waste is foremost in the minds of the people today. "By unity and full understanding among all Republican candidates--nat ional, state, and local--we will elect a Republican President and to sustain him we will send a record number of Republicans to congress. " In support of his' belief that public attention has turned to the Presidential election. East is planning a meeting in his home 5th ward with speakers representing the various aspirants for G.O.P. nomination. Downstate Meetings Gov. Green and most other state candidates will join in several downstate appearances next week. On March 10 they will attend a reception in Newton, Jasper county, at 3 p.m. and at 6:30 p.m. they will attend a dinner in Fairfield, Wayne county. A public meeting in the courthouse will follow at 8 p. m. Two days later the candidates w-ill rejoin for a luncheon meeting in Decatur and a reception in Danville at 4 p.m. Because of his heavy schedule in Washington it is not expected Sen. Brooks can take part in this campaigning. He has said he must rely upon his friends to look after his interests. Atty. Gen. George F- Barrett. State Treasurer Richard Yates Rowe. candidate for lieutenant governor, and Elmer H. Droste. who is slated to succeed Rowe. will be on hand. , HOLD EX-SCHOOLMATE FOR ALLEGED OBSCENE PHONE CALLS TO 6RL John Kumke. 18. of 6330 S. Hermitage av.. was arraigned yesterday before Judge Joseph J. Drucker in Boys' court on two charges of using lewd and lascivious language. The hearing was continued to March 8, and he was released on $100 bond.- - Kumke was arrested Wednesday In a telephone booth at 1656 K. 63nj st. as he held a telephone conversation with Miss Rose Rellly. 18. of. 6400 S. Wood St.. a Farper High school pupil. She said he had bothered her fox several-weeks with calls in which he made obscene suggestions. Police traced the call after being notified by the girl's mother. Mrs Patrick Reilly. Miss Reilly said she and Kumke were schoolmates in the seventh grade, but that she had not seen him since. i 1 naStV - OtttW-' The Neighbors 'John, can't you be more careful? floor!" . ALDERMAN ASKSl THAT EDISON CO. LIGHT STREETS Wants New Revision of Franchise' Aid. Hoellen (47th) advocated yesterday that the proposed 43 year franchise for Commonwealth Edison company be revised to provide that the big electric utility take over all street lighting in Chicago. His remarks were made before the city council utilities committee, which is -considering the proposed franchise as agreed upon Monday by negotiators for the city and the company. 'Blackout Charged' "We should use the franchise as a means of improving our street lighting system." Hoellen said. "The present system is antique, and badly in need of renovation. Under municipal operation we have been doing a poor job in maintaining and operating the street lights. It looks like the war is still on in many parts of the city where there is practically a complete blackout." Hoellen said in many cities utility companies maintain the street lights as part of their franchises. The committee indicated it would consider Hoellen s proposals later.' but Aid. Wagner (14th), committee chairman, warned that incorporation of the plan would mean major changes in the franchise. Utility Lines Tapped The city department of streets and electricity last year worked out an agreement with the company under which the city can obtain its power from the company's lines anywhere in the city. This plan was developed to reduce duplication of transmission lines. Lloyd M. Johnson, commissioner of streets and electricity, said 6.600 new street lights under construction will use electricity from the utility's lines. The company s 50 year franchise expired in September. Major changes under the proposed new one are that the city would receive 4 per cent of the company's gross, instead of 3 per cent, and that an automatic rate adjustment clause is included. Yugoslavs Try 5 Priests For Smuggling To Italy BELGRADE. Yugoslavia. March 4 (AP)-Belgrade authorities announced today five priests are being tried at Buje in the Yugoslav zone of the Free Trieste territory on charges of smuggling rationed food and currency into Italy. Four pleaded guilty, the announcement said INJURED BY HIT-RUN CAR Miss Mary McShane. 40, of 625 N. Clark at., suffered a fractured left ankle when struck by a hit-run motorist in front of her home and was treated in Henrptin hospital. 0Y0 ' ..iV ...r.C ... ja-acw By George Clark I . just scrubbed that May Be Queen PHYLLIS LIONBERG . Phyllis Lionberg. 7602 Calumet av. . a student at Jones Commercial High school, is one of the candidates for queen of the Four Leaf Clover hop which the. senior class of the school is sponsoring. The dance will be held tonight at Hirsch High school. 7740 Ingleside av. 30 To Request Clemency For Howard Lang Today Approximately 30 witnesses are expected to testify before Judge Daniel A. Roberts of Criminal court today in support of a plea for clemency for Howard Lang, 13. who pleaded guilty Feb. 21 to the-slaying of his playmate,' Lonnie Fellick. 7. in the Thatcher woods forest preserve in October. Included, defense attorneys said, would be principals and teachers of two schools attended by the defendant. as New - 3140 CADILLAC - v" ' ) 1 - f' Limdsay- REVEAL FRENCH PILE UP COAL TO KEEP THEIR JODS (Chicago Tribune Press Service) PARIS. March 4-The long expected coal scandal exploded in the press today. Figures showed that France now obtains 75.000,000 tons of coal per year compared with 80 million tons in 1938. but that the state planned economy deliberately stocks-the fuel in vast stock piles to maintain Jobs fpx the "jerr.ir rfti-i t-ploye who administer rationing. . The newspaper Aurore reveals that France obtained .only 5. -000,000 more tons a year before the war. when Industry had all the fuel it wanted, householders had plenty of anthracite to heat their homes, and France could even export a fen million tons. Today, with industry semi-paralyzed and citizens entitled to only 500 pounds during the winter, vast coal reserves have accumulated in the mining areas, at ports, and in all cities and towns. The state resolutely refuses to surrender them to would-be purchasers. "Mountains Of If Aurore tabulates the receipts of coal as follows: French mines, 54,000.000 tons a year; imports from the United States. 12,000.000 tons a yean from the Ruhr, and Saar mines, 7.200. 000 -tons a year; from Poland, 1,200.000 tons, and from England. 300.000 tons a total of 74.700.000 tons. The newspaper outlines the reasons for the government's tenacious hold on fuel supplies. "The organization for the allocation of coal. " the paper says, "charges 18 francs per ton for handling every ton rationed--a billion 350 million francs yearly. This sum pays the salaries of the 1,500 state employes who handle the affair. Then there is the technical association of coal imports from abroad, which levies a corr-mis sion of 1.65 per cent on all the coal contracts signed another billion 200 million francs a year to pay the salaries and lavish expense allowances granted tc the hundreds of members of the ourchasing commissions comfortably installed in America. England. Germany, and Poland. Must Guard Jobs Aurore says the government offered the nationalized public utility companies purveying gas and electricity large amounts of coal, which were refused because they already are saturated "To admit that an abundance of coal is available would mean restoration of liberty in buying coal and an end of state planning on fuel, says Aurore. but government officials must safeguard the lucrative jobs of their friends who adminis- 1 ter the controls: " Announces the Appointment Cadillac JCdDMpamy - r Car Sales and ServicetDealer at Fifth Avenue, Chicago In the interest of providing complete and convenient Cadillac sales and service facilities for Chicago motorists, this familiar location at 3140 Fifth Avenue will be operated as a dealership under the able management of Mr.; Norman Lindsay. An ample service area, modern tools and equipment 'combined with the continuance of the. 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