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46 RADIO DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Decatur, Illinois, Sunday, March 15, 1953. Better Radio Programs for 1 he Week By Walter Kirby Sunday, March 15 9- 9:15 a. m. WDZ This Is Millikin Millikin School of Music presents Eileen Tertocha, soprano, with Janet Mueller as accompanist. Widmung Schumann Vergebticoes Standchen Brahms The Island Spell Ireland Cherry Ripe Horn Mother Dear an. Liebling 9:15-9:30 a. m. WDZ Book Peddler Another hilarious tale by Louise Baker, the author of "Out on a Limb," this time her experiences as a private school teacher, "Snips and Snails," is reviewed by Muriel Perry, head librarian, Decatur public library. 10- 10:15 a. m. VVMAQ It's a Small World Mrs. G. Bagus Ilea, an educator from Bali, Indonesia, observing rural education in America, talks of the dance in her country, an art in which everyone enters for relaxation, and of the field work which the women do, since most of the natives are farmers. 10-10:15 a.m. WILL Festival of Contemporary Arts "Katherine Anne Porter" is discussed by Kerker Quinn, assistant professor of English, U of I. 10:15 a.m. WDZ Listen Ladies "Why We Wear the Green". 11:15-11:30 a.m. WSOY Millikin Brings You "Musical Master-works," Joe Williams, commentator. Symphony No. 36 in C major (3rd movement) Mozart Flano concerto INo. 2 in F minor (allegro Twice) Chopin Virginia Mayo stars with Dennis Morgan in "This Woman is Dangerous" on WSOY at 8 p. m. Monday. Noon-12:30 p. m. WMAQ Eternal Light "Aaron the Cobbler and the Western Wall; Dr. Hams Levin, speaker. Noon-12:15 p. m. WILL Best Short Stories Guy de Maupassant's "A nece of btnng. 12:30-1 p. m. WMAQ University of Chicago Ihree Billion People William Voet, national director, Margaret Sanger and Lady Rama Rau of India, joint presidents, all of Planned Parenthood Federation; Dr. C. P. Blacker, Eugenics Society of Great Britain, and Theodore Schultz, University of Chicago. 12:30-12:55 p. m' WBBM Invita tion to Learning Anton Chek hov's play of drab Russian provin cial lire, lhe three sisters, has been chosen by actress Eva Le Gal-lienne for discussion 1 with Eric Beritley, drama critic of The New Republic. munist tor the rBI Matt Cvenc (Dana Andrews) exposes a phony employment agency recruiting' paroled convicts to the Communist Party, in "The . Brass Monkey." . 12:30-1:30 p.m. WILL Illini Faculty Concert Concert of contemporary chamber' music. 1-1:30 p.m. WSOY Symphonette Mishel Piastre, conductor; Joseph Fuchs, violin soloist; John Wum-mer, flute soloist. " Dance de Bacchantes - Gounod Aria Irish Pictures Ansell Rondo Capriccioso Mendelssohn Air de Louis XIII Ghys The Preamble (Salon Suite) Curzon The Flute Player ' (Salon Suite) - Curzon The Violin Is a Lady (Salon Suite) Curzon Valse de Conceit . Glazounov The . Voice of the Bells -' . Luigini 1:30-2 p.m. WMAQ American Forum of the Air 'Tax Reduction: How and When?" is topic of debate for Sens. Robert S. Kerr (LOkla) and Ralph Flanders (R-Vt) and Reps. Richard Simpson (R-Pa) and Herman Eberharter (D-Pa), 1:30-3 p.m. WSOY N. Y. Phil- harmonic Symphony Guido Can- telli, conductor; Claudio Arrau, piano soloist; James' Fassett, host. Tragic Overture Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2 in A major Liszt Excerpts from "Le Martyre de St. Sebastien" Debussy La Cour de Lys Danse Extatiquc and Finale, Act I La Passion Le Bon Pasteur . . ' Daphne et Chloe, . suite No. 2 Ravel 2-2:30 p.m. WILL People under Communism "Communist Front Organizations and Communist Prisoners of War." 2:15-2:30 p. m. WMAQ Youth brings ,iou Music 1 wo young Minnesota musicians, 1 5-year-old pianist Kathryn Simpson ' of Red Wing and 22-year-old violinist Gloria Burkhart of Minneapolis. 7 Sunday's Radio Programs WSOY-FM WSOY-FM Special-St Louis Cards vs. Phfladelphia Phfls 1MJMC-CBS Game Time 12:55 p. m. WSOY WDZ WMAQ WGN WLS-WENR 134S KC CBS . 1059 KC C7 KC NBC . 120 KC MBS 890 KC ABC AM New Lenten Program It Karama Uuartet world News M Morning GatberJa' St. Francis Hour M " This Is Millikin News; Farm Revue Farm Revue Ernie Simon Simon; Newt Revival Hour 7 8 AM Nazaren Hoar is ' " Comic Weekly News Roundup " Fun with Stamp Sunday School Lesson Comic Man - Sunday Devotional Ernie Simon Radio Bible Class Favorite Hymns Health Talk - 8 AM Family Worship :I5 Pilffrim Lutheran 10 Rhvthmt oa Request Shopping Memo WW ! mi Guv Lombardo Radio Panda Art of Living Radio Parade News; Simon Ernie Simon Newt A Weather Link Brown Church 9 World News Sunday Pop Parade Sunday Devotional A Small World Singing Americana.' News; Simon Emie Simon Voice of Prophecy The Christian 11 12 10 Pipes of Melody ' Miiokin Brings Ton ' Decatur Churches Sunday Devotional We're Downtown Chanel by the Road News; Millions Pray Millions Praying Ernie Simon Message of land Funnies M Sunday Serenade :IS serenade: News 50 Marine Melodies World Newt Eternal Light News; Melody Memo Voice of the Terke Drama of Medicine " Lanny Ross " Communist for FBI Round Table - Interesting Facts ' Amatetn Horn " " To Be Announced M 1 PM Sjmphonett :IS :30 N.T. Philharmonic Wiync King Show Music by Roth 11 12 Catholic Hou Ameiicao Fomn CornmentaiT . Music In tht Air Sen. H- Ferguson Wings of Heiling 2 3' :IS :)0 f 41 Rhythm Matinee .. 1 CM Salon Silhouettes w :t JO Variety Show Father & the Home. Youth Brings Music Bob Consxdine Elmo Ropci Trendlez's Top Tunes Lutheran Hour - . . Reviewing Sund Herald of 1 nth Concert Hall GI Jo Under Arrest Favorites of Famous rhe Golden Pieces " Dear Margy 2 Revival How 4 Memory Tim Lynn Murray Show The Chase The Shadow ' aammy Rave 30 Remember When Norman Cloutier - Countet-Spy True Detectiv :. ,. - ,, 3 Light Lit Greatest Story 5 jj Sunday Almanac jj Our Mist Brooks 4 Sammy Kaye Listen Ladies U N Story Final News Hi Gardner Nick Carter Meet the Veep Carter. News Youth Wants to Know Squad Room Drew Pearson Monday Headlines Billy Grahvs 5 WSOY 1340 KC CBS 6 M Jack Benny :'S . . 30 Amos ABuy WSOY-FM 101.1 HC CBS Jack Benny Amos a Andy WMAQ 610 KC NBC My Son Jeep Aldrlch Family WGN 72 KC MBS Lutheran Hoot Voice of Prophecy WLSWENR 90 KC ABO Church in the Horn National Vespers 6 w ' ri 7 m Bergen McCarthy Bergen & McCarthy Harris & Fay Show Radio Bible Class Fine Arts Quartet , M j0 MyUttl Msrgl My Uttl Margi Theater Guild Back to God Folk Music I'm r " August Richards f 8M H. Playhous H. PUyhoot " News; 720 Club Walter Winchel) - " fttt " 720 Club ravlor Grant News . L):IS JO Thtatra of Start Theatre of Start Dragnet Folk Music , 7. t , " " - - - - (jZ 9tM Tekphon Quit Telephone Qua Barrie Craig News; 720 Oub Paul Harvey News rVt ,s , " 720 Club Memos for Me 1 1 Hi JO Godfrey Hour Godfrey Hour City Desk Enchanted Hour Revival Time : l:jo -4 A News Newt Newt On Wings of Song Folk Music -4 AN I lis Guest Star Guest Star U.N.Story " Pastor J. C. O'Htfa jlllt JO Europe Story Europe Story Backpage Bulletins News Songs in tht Night 111)0 -M-V5 " " Day s End Lutheran Vespers UM News; Band . News; Band News " Church of the Ail -4 -si :IS Dane Band Dance Band The Chez Show Musical Portrait " I I :ls m " . " DanceBand CIO Ton I I :lt " " " Industry Reports 11 Monday's Radio Programs WSOY-FM MU MC CBS WSOY 1S40 KC CBS WSOY-FM Special-St. Louis Cards vs. Philadelphia Phfls Game Time 12:55 p. m. WDZ 10S0 KC WMAQ no EC NBC WGN , ttOKC MBS WLS-WEHR m KC ABC Concert Etude Praeludium and Allegro MacDowell Kreisler 6AM Rooster Chib Norman Rosa Farm Hoot Farm Bulletin Board rAM :IS Momma Devotioc, Drake; News . " Skeeter Bonr? !t ,0 N prnon Wake with Drake - - Augus? Richards WYm M Sangamon Special Eddy Arnold; Sports Ross; News News . - News alwIaM J 7 AM World Newt Roundup Drake's Ranch Norman Rots Bill Evans Show Red Blinchard anwAM :IS Morning Herald World New Ross; News " - "J .it JO T. N. T. Local Newt; Music 4O0Hour " Newts Weather XL ?5 T N. Tn Local NcwtMnsical Clock ,400 Hour, News " New? " 8 News of Americ " Your Neighbor News Breakfast Club pvAM :IS Music Seconds " - lohnsos Family nJ ll :)0 " Nancy-a Notebook Mudc That Sings - X:JQ M TeUoTett . Breakfast Club News - - Jm 9 AM Artiui Godfrey Kitchen ab Welcom Traveler Newt My Tru Story VAM Z T&C Reporter; News " Virgini Gsl . " 11:11 " Back to tie Biol. Dovbl t Nothing Victot- Lindlakr Whispering Streets H " - . Tour Figure, Ladies When a Girl Marrie V i f fit Al GodwT Saopper-a Seresad Strike it Rich Ladies Fait Kitchen Club . - AM 111?! S"7 Hospitality Ftogrsa Bob a Ray - Queen hx a Dsv BteaktBank ' II I J-Vft Roeeaary " . Bob Hope Show " , - X7i nAM Wendy Warren" Let's Talk ; About News Curt Masses Time jack Berch Show -4 -4 AM 1 lw Wood Show Victot Lindlthl News Th Buccaneers I B :l( M Helen Trent American Trail Here's Norman Roes Tello Test - Buccaneer. I I J 1 Woman's Hour Man on the Street Ross, News News Markets; Weather IXi H fls'Mf,er5,c,'5?" World Newt Mary Merrvfield ' Odric Foster. Newt Newts Markets 1 rkrM I :llJg- Show Newt; Markets M. MenyfieW; News Musical Carnival Markets; Farm Notes 1 I M Nn N , Musjcs Farm News Luncheon Antic. Market Reports. Dinner Bell Tim I . toV-ii Rhythms at Random Farm Reporter " Newt 'JLWi 1 tutoeBoaHMj Chapel of th Air Wed Howard Jack Kirkwood Show Dolph Hewitt ZTm tU- Mason American Quartet Howard; News " School rime M -l j, Nora Drake " Dave Uarroway Harold Turner Bob Archer PresMSs W M M Brighter Day All Star Roundup Knkla, Fran OIU Charles Kasher " J 2fU Around Town; New Tim Out Life Can Be Beautiful News: MBriS Bob Atchei Prtseat :lt Hons Party - Road of Uf. M. Margaret McBrid. " :! J . . . Tho Showcst Pepper Tonn Family - Feature Foods m M Aunt Jenny Music; Hollywood Right to Happinea " 3 HiDIP "0 Jim Seaney Show Backstage Wit News Cl Tinner AM ' PPo-si"" 1 Stella Dallas Earl Nightlngtto :3MPeibna T Widder Brown Charles AnteO ,, l 'f 8 P- Malon Woman in My Hot - Paul Harvey 4M Guiding Light - Just Plain Bill News; Simon Beulah Kamer J ill Bar None Ranck " front Page Farrell Ernie Simon I :l . Lorenso Jones Kits irirti Hubbard L:30 M Unci Remus " The Doctor's Wife . " Tj4 57 Crby Sings Manhattan Music News ! Bobby Beaton News; Habbard Hits f M M &Z?'i Freddy Martin Wed Howard " Hits with Hubberd K:l r""' Antkony Sports; News Wild BiH Hickok Nrwss Hubbard Hits II JO i Lowell Thomas Final News News -. Hickoki News . fM 2:30-3 p. m. WGN Northwesteni Reviewing Stand "Can Small Bus iness Survive? Ewing Boles, presi dent Investment Bankers' Association of America; Peter Bukowski, Chicago banker; finance professor Harry, Guthmann, Northwestern; Fred Virkus, chairman Conference of American Small Business Organizations. - 3-4 p.m. WILL BBC World The ater The 38th Parallel." 3-3:30 p. m. WMAQ GI Joe A basic law of man and nature, the will to . survive, is given dramatic demonstration in "The Action at Miracle Hill." 4-4:30 p. m: WMAQ The Chase An innocent New York cah driver becomes involved in a murder when he finds first a fabulous jeweled bracelet, in his cab, and later the body of a beautiful murder victim. 4:30-5 p. m. WILL The People Talk Back "Radio-TV in the Halls of Congress?" Sen. Wallace F. Ben nett or Utah. 4:30-5 p. m. WENR Greatest Story Ever Told A . man whose wealth originated in a deception learns the error of his ways and finds peace and serenity in "A House Built w w a . 1 upon aana. 5:15-5:30 pirn. WMAQ Meet the Veep Sen. Spessard Holland will speak on behalf of 38 Senators who disagree with former Vice President Alben Barkley on tideland nils question. 5:30-6 p. m. WMAQ Youth Wants to Know Paul Hoffman, -former chairman of the Ford Foundation, will be the target for questioning or a group ot teen-age students. 7-7:30 v. m. WSOY Bereen : Mc Carthy Show Ballad singer ' Ten nessee trnie loins nioneer Charlie Mcvarthy m the greatgold rush of '49 when they meet an Indian named Chief Crazy Horse, on his way to the races at !anta Anita. 7:05-7:30 p. m. WGN Familv The ater Robert Newton olavs a fea tured role m Kudyard Kipling s iameav JJoola, storv of a strance and rebellious Hindu native; a red- haired non-conformist; Ruth Hus- sey, hostess. 7:30-8:30 p.m. VVMAQ Theater Guild on the Air A Square Pee, Lewis Beach's tragic drama about a woman bom a generation ahead of ner time, witn i nomas Mitchell, Ihelma Ritter and Jane Wyatt. 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Hallmark Play- nouse Urama based on the work of Ottmar Mergen thaler, whose inventive oenius madr? -nrVKiblp mnApm newspapers through his invention of tne Mergentnaier linotype. 8:30-9 p.-m. WSOY Theater of Stars Dana Andrews stars in "The Token," lusty tale of the sea port towns ot INew tngland in the clipper ship days based on Joseph nergesneimer s story. 9:30-10 p.m. WSOY Arthur God- trey Uigest With the Chordettes the Mariners. the'McGuire Sisters Tony Marvin, Archie Bleyer and his orchestra. 9:30-10 p. m. WGN Enchanted Hour Lyric soprano Nancy Can; orchestra led by Walter Steindel. The Harmonica Players I Scenes from the South) Guion Ave Maria (Otello) Verdi Jlondeau,' aarabande, Bouree (Suite No. 2 in B minor) Bach Sweethearts' Waits. (Sweethearts) Herbert To a Wild Re (WmwIIniJ Sketches) . MacDowell Comin! Through the Rye Scotch Trad Little Shepherd's Song i; t-t i (Woodland Sketches) MacDowell 10:15-10:30 p. m. WMAQ U.N Story A trans-Atlantic radio tele phone conversation between Am bassador Ernest Gross, retirine mem ber of the U. S. ' Mission to the U.N. while in Paris, and his wife and children in New York. Monday, March 18 8-8:55 a. m. WILL Illini Time Recorded classics. Chanson Louis XHI et Pavsisc Kreiiler aympnony in (J major (The Great) Schubert 11:30-11:45 a. m. WDZ The Amer ican Trail "The Magic Wire" A student's dream the start of our system of communications. 1-1:15 p. m. WSOY From the Book shelf Kenneth Duchac, assistant li brarian; Decatur public library, reviews "The Big Change," by Fred- 'mow X1 . . v Former Secretary, of Interior Oscar L. Chapman discusses "Should Tidelands. Oil Be Returned to the States?" on WENR at 8 p; m. Tuesday. erick Allen, a lively survey of the growth of the U. S. in the past 50 years. 1:30-2 p.m. WILL Folksongs and Footnotes "Folksongs Dealing with Military Men and Matters." 3-3:30 p. m. WILL Festival of Con temporary Artsr "Art Exhiibts" by Professor Nicholas Britsky, of the U. of I. ' 5-6 p. m. WILL Music of the Mas ters Classical recordings. Manfred Overture -Schumann Piano Concerto No. 1 in P. minor Brshnu 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM Dwieht Cooke Interviews Asia Gen. Sir Gerald Templar, British High Com missioner in Malaya, is interview guest, 6:30-6:45 p.m. WMAQ News of the Wwrld Program to originate from Las Vegas, Nev., for special coverage of the atomic artillery tests on Tuesday. 7-7:30 pm. WMAQ Railroad Hour "Eileen," Victor Herbert's rousing romance of an Irish patriot and a brave girl, stars Gordon Mac-Rae and Lucille Norman. Free Trade and Misty Moon , -Ireland, My Sire Land - ', When Love Awakes Glad Triumphant - ' It't a Great Day Tonight for the Irish Thine Alone 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Suspense John Hodiak inches his way up an icy, ' gale-swept- mountain' peak, linked by a rope to a murderer whoni.he does not trust, in "The Mountain. 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Voice " of ruestone - James Melton, tenor; Howard TJarldw and the orchestra. Drums in My Heart ; Ton mans Song of Songs Moya Sabre Dance . - Khachaturian Vesti la Giubbs (Pigliacci) r . LeoncaTiIlo All Day on the Prairie ' Guion ' Voices of Spring Strauss Mv Wild Irish Rose Olcort 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Telephone Hour Jinan aullivan, tenor; Donald Voorhees directs the orchestra. Medley of Irish Folk Tunes : - Ah Fuyei! Douce Imace . . (Manon) . - Massenet .. Macushl ' MacMurrough The Garden Where the Praties Grow Liddle Symphony No. J, Part HI Tschaikowtkv . Rote of Tralee Glover 8-9 p. m. WSOY Lux Theater I his Woman Is Dangerous, ex citing drama of personal redemption in which, a beautiful woman discov ers true love when a young doctor saves her from blindness, co-stars Virginia Mayo with Dennis Morgan in his. original film role. 8:30-9 ' p. m. WMAQ Band rtjf America Henry Fillmore, . guest conductor. ; .. vjrticiai west roint March fctrner Triplets of the Finest Herineberg . Good Fellowship March .' . . Lavalle . .. lhe Circus Bee . Fillmore : Minstrel Boy - Trad, Off to Philadelphia in the ? . Morning v - Haynei Irish Washerwoman - Trad, My -Wild Irish Rote . ' Olcott - A Little Bit of Hctven Ball Gtrry Owen March ' -Trad. McP fimati'i Band '' O'Connor ' Amencans- We ' Fiilmoic 9-9:30 p. m. WSOY Bob Hawk Show A salesladv, a school teacher, and a soldier will be among contest ants trying tor the-week s Lemac award of $2,250. 9-9:30 p. ni. WMAQ Northerners Marilyn Powell, soprano; the oc tet and the ensemble. Somebody Loves Me Gershwin Musette's Waltz (La Boheme) Puccini Killarney Balfe Molly Malon . Comgan Wearine of the Green Trad. Cupid the Cunnio' Paudeen Herbert Kerry Dance - . Malloy This Is the Storv of a .. Starry Night : Tschaikowslry 9:35-10 p-. m. WMAQ You Give I hey Live b penal program in cooperation' with, the American Red Cross, featuring . Irene Dunne . as m. c and starring Jeff Chandler, Dinah Shore, Eddie Cantor and Al Goodman's orchestra. ' 9:55-10 p. ni. WSOY This I Believe Verona Wylie Slater, housewife, Monday; Charles P. Tafv lawyer, political leader, Tuesday; George Woodcock, British Trade Union Congress Wednesday; Catherine Bottigheimer,' civic leader. ' Louis ville, Ky., Thursday; - Dr. Joseph Weinreb, Youth Guidance Center, Worcester, Mass., Friday. 10:30-1 1 p. m. WSOY Europe Story Dr. Max Loewenthal, Ambassador to the U. S. from Austria, discusses the problems of Austria and the attitude of its people toward the U.S. ;. ' 11:15 p. m,-i a. m., WMAQ Prom enade Concert George Stone anno tates and plays classical recordings. Night on Bald Mountain Mouasorgtky serenade tor string - Orr-h m Wolf-Fen Piano Concerto in C minor Beethoven Trail roe roes lulls Blocti On Hearin the First Cuckoo . in Spring . - Delias Tuudiy, Marti 17 11:30-11:45 a. m. WILL This Great Wide World Lady Hester Stan hope's "Adventures in the Orient." 4-5 p. m. WILL Political Dreams "The Socialist Ideal: Marx and Lenin." .. 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM Dwight Cooke Interviews Asia Mr. Cooke describes a Malayan jungle patrol he went on, and interviews the leader, Edward. Marshall of the Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment. 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Cavalcade of America .lhe River rinds a Mas ter,". the story of Henry Shreve who contributed greatly to the safe navigation of' 'America's inland waterways, with Robert Young. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Mr. and Mrs. North Joseph Curtin and Alice Frost as the sleuthing Norths encounter a man too old to marry, too young to die and too rich to live, in the mystery "Time to Kill." 7:30-8 p. ni: WMAQ Red Skelton Show Junior's rough treatment of living-room bric-a-brac and a firecracker in the goldfish bowl drive his mother to distraction. 8-8:30 p. m! WSOY Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar Dramatic series John Lund replaces Life with Luigi. 8-8:45 p.m. WENR America's town Meeting "Should Tidelands UU Be Returned to the Mates? Former Secretary of the Interior Os car L. Chapman, and John P. Sav ior (K-Fa), member Interior and Insular Affairs Committee of the House. . 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY My Friend Irma Marie Wilson's comic diffi culties stem from landlady Mrs. O'Reilly's aspiration to lead the St. Patrick s Day parade. 9:15-9:30 p.m. WSOY Choral Symphony rDr. Frank Black conducts the 22-voice male choir and orchestra. . The Bells at Eventide Rachmaninoff-Black Oh, Miss Hannah Deppen Sylvia Speaks 9:05-9:30 p. m. WBBM Doris Day bhovy Charlotte Greenwood, comedienne, guest. : I Can't Get Over s Boy Like lou . If I Were the Only Girl Mr. Tap To - . : I Am-Loved Widntsday, Mirth 18 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Library Pre sents "Industrial- Design in the Home" Jack Crist, assistant profess or of art, U. of L . 4-4:30 p. m. WILL Studio Theater Oliver Goldsmith's "She Stoops to Conquer."'' 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM Dwicht Cooke Interviews Asia Two broadcasters on Radio Malaya, one a Malayan, the other Chinese, discuss independence for their country." 7-7:30 p.m. WSOY FBI in Peace and War "The Black Rimmed Glasses" due to a series of jewel robberies reveals the culprit a respected' cem merchant whose anti social action proves a stimulating case. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Dr. Christian A father, whose son is deafened by an accident, embittered toward the entire family of the other child who escaped without injury, forbids his son ever to see his best friend again, until a sudden twist of fate reverses his decision. 8:30-9 pi rn. WMAQ Big Story Storv about renorter Niver Reaman of the Waterbury (Conn.) American. Thursday, March 19 3-3:30 p. m. WILL Wavs of Man kind "Museum of Man summary." 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM Dwicht Cooke Interviews Asia Native ceremonies celebrating the birthday teast of the Indian god Subramanya, recorded on the scene in the Malay an jungle. 8-8:30 p. in. WSOY Time for Love Marlene Dietrich in "Chapter in Singapore. 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Eddie Cantor bhow tddie will predict the song he thinks will win the current tune Oscar, and will play academy award- winning numbers from the past. in tne vool, 1,001, wool or tne Evening Mona Lisa . Baby, It't Cold Outside Bunons and Bows Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah . On the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe 8:30-9 p.m. WSOY Bing Crosby Show -Dinah Shore and Joe Ven-uti, guest stars. Salome Wild Dog Mezicali Ross Capistrano Avalon Town Avalon Friday, March 20 8-8:45 a. m. WILL Illini Time-Recorded classics. The Spider's Feast Piano Concerto in F Kosasel Gershwin Respighi Notturno 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Modern Mas terpieces in English Bruce Hark- ness, U of I instructor in English, reviews Graham Greene's "Brighton Rocks." 4:15-4:30 p.m. WILL World in ' Books Vance Randolph's "Who Blowed Up the Church House" is reviewed. 5-6 p. m. WILL Music of the Masters Recorded classics. "Flying Dutchman' Oscrtur Wagner Symphony No. J Shoatakovitck 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM Dwight Cooke Interviews Asia Lam Suee, a surrendered Malayan Communist who was formerly vice president of the Communist-dominated Pan-Malayan Federation of Trade Unions and later political commissar of the Fourth Regiment of Red terrorists in South Johore.' 7- 7:30 p.m. WSOY Mr. Keen The famous tracer of lost persons works on "The Fish Market Murder Que." . 8- 9 p.m. WBBM Bomb Target-USA Arthur Godfrey narrates the full impact of the tremendous re search involved in preparations and needs for handling atomic disaster. 8-9 p. m. WMAQ Your Challenge "A Riot Leader's Personality." Saturday, March 21 8:45-9 a. m. WMAQ Carnival of Books "All. Together: A Child's Treasury of Verse" by Lake Forest, HI., author Dorothy Aldis, will b reviewed and the author interviewed.- 9 30-10 a. m. WSOY Let's Pretend The Jean Hight Pretenders present the fairy tale "Babes in the Wood." 10:05-10:30 a. m. WSOY Grand Central Station Judith Evelyn plays opposite Berry Kroeger, cast as i doctor who begins reading mystery stories for a very special purpose. 1-5 p. m; , WLS-WENR Metropolitan - Opera Richard Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde" is sung by Helen Traubel, Blanche Thebom, Set Svanholra, Hans Hotter, and Paul Schoeffler in the leading roles; Fritz Stiedry conducts. 5:30-6:30 p.m. WMAQ NBC Symphony Orchestra with Arturo . Toscanini conducting. AnsCROB efftue Cub enfefa a Synphooy No. 40 is G bIboc Mosart Selection to be eimoonccoU 7:30-8 p.m. WSOY Tarttv-The strangest: safari ever to invade the jungle hacks its way in "Tanan and the Jungle Orchids." 9-10 p. m, WGN Chicago Theater of the Air Noel Coward's "Bittersweet" is sung by Nancy Cut. 9:30-10 p.m. WSOY Jefrersonian Heritage'Treedom of the Press.' Television for the Week trirorsBsrloB on chess tsrogratati Ss furnished by th stations nd is abject to change. All tinea are "p.m." . unless otherwise shown. KSD-TV, Channel 5 St. Louis SUNDAY. MARCH 15 6:00 Red Skelton 6: 0 Mister Peepers 7:00 Comedy Hour- 8:00 Television Playhouse 9:00 The Doctor 9:50 Little Symphony 10:00 Playhouse of Star 10:30 My Little Margi 11:00 Foreign Intrigue 11:30 What's My Line? 12:(IO Our Mitt Brooks 12:30 a.m. Film. - , MONDAY, MARCH 16 60 Popular Science 6:1? Dotty Bennett Show. 6:30 Those Two ... 6:4J Newt Caravan 7:00 Paul WincheU . 7:30 Howard Barlow's Orchestrs 8:00 Mama, - 9:00 Robert Montgomery I belter 9:30 Who Said Thai 10:00 Studio On 11:00 Chance of Lifetime 11:30 Opening Night 12:00 What's Your Bid TUESDAY, MARCH 17 ' -6:00 Ian Froman 6: 1 5 Donye Bennett Show 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 Newt Cars van 7:00 Milton Berlc 8:00 Fireside Theater 8:30 Circle Theater 9:0( Two for the' Monty 9:30 Favorite Story 10:00 Toast of Town 11:00 Alan Young 11:30 Th Web ' WEDNESDAY, MARCH II 60 Armchair Adventure 6:15 Dotty Bennett Show 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan . . 7:00 I Married loan 7:30 Cavalcade of Americ . 8:00 Television rbcatct 9:00 Boxing 9:45 Sports 10:00 Arthur Godfrey 11:00 TV Theater , THURSDAY, MARCH 19 . 6:00 Mindy Carton 6:15 Dorr Bennett Show 6:50 Dinah Shore 6:45 Newt Caravan . . 70 Groucho Marx ' 7:301 Love Lucy 8:00 Oxme and Harriew 8:40 Theater 9:00 Martin Kan - 9:30 March of Tim 10:0010 O'Clock Theater 10: JO Fairbanks Presents . 11:00 Danger 11:30 T-Men la Actios) 12 m. Film .-12:40 am News . .. FRIDAY, MARCH 20 6:00 Sports Extra 6:00 Sports Extra 6:15 Greatest Fight 6:40 Those Two 6:45 Newt Caravan 7:00 Dennis Day 7:J0 Life of Riley 8:00 Burnt and Allen 8:30 Aldrich Family 9:00 Boxing 9:45 Chin Smith 10:15 Yen days Newtred 10:10 Big Town 1 1:00 Beit the Clock 11:30 Boston Blackie 12 a. Film - . SATURDAY, MARCH 21 6:00 Stranger Irian Fiction 6:11 Paiade of Uagic . 6:30 My Hero . rOO All Star Revue 8 00 Tour Show of Shows 9:30 Wrestling in Marigold 1 1:00 Suspense 11:30 Arthur Godfr Talent Scoots 12:00 Quick a a Flash - - . - WHBF, Channel 4 Rock Island, III. SUNDAY, MARCH 15 6:00 You Asked for ft ' 6:30 Private Secretary 7.00 Toast of th Tow 8.-00 GE Theater 8:30 Alan Young 9:00 The Web 9:30 What's My Lfn lOrOO Chance of LifenaW 10:30 Mvstery Theater 11:00 Billy Graham - MONDAY, MARCH 16 6:00 Captain Video 6:30 Hollywood Screen Test 7:00 Lux Theatet 7:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 8:00 Buddies of the Alrlanea 8:30 Red Button Show 9:00 Studio One - ' 10:00 March el Tim i 10:30 Weather Show 10:35 News -10:45 Chronoscop . . TUESDAY, MARCH 17 6:00 Captain Video "6:30 Beulah ' 7rOO Life b Worth Living 7:30 Keep Posted 8:00 Crime Syndicated 8:30 It's News to Me 9:00 Danger 9:30 The Name's th Stat 10:00 Amos 'n Andy 10:35 TV Newt 10:45 Jane Froman 11:00 Where Was I? WEDNESDAY, MARCH IS . 6:00 Captain Vide 6:30 Date With Judy 7.00 Arthur Godfrey 8:00 Boston Blackie ' 8:30 Man Against Crtta 9:00 Fights 9:45 Sports Spot 10. -O0 Doug Fairbanks Jr. Presents 10:30 Weather Show 10:35 TV News 11:00 Rocky King THURSDAY, MARCH 19 6:00 Captain Video - 6:30 Lone Ranger , 7r00 Burns and Allen 7:30 Peters Family Playhouse 8:00 Biff Baker 8:30 Big Town ' 9:00 My Little Margi 9:30 I've Got Secret 10:00 The Unexpected -10:30 Weather 10:35 New 10:45 Jane Froman FRIDAY, MARCH 20 6:00 Captain Video 6:30 Orue and Harriett -7:00 Famous Playhous 7:30 My Friend Irm 8:00 PUyhouse of Stars 8:30 Superman 9:0020 Questions 9:30 Down You Go 10KX) Necchi Elna Playhous 10:30 Weather Show 10:35 News 10:45 Sports - . SATURDAY. MARCH 21 1:00 Basketball from Champaign . 6iu rV Teen Club 6:30 Beat the Clock 7:00 Jackie G lesson Show 7:30 Basketball from Champaign WFBM-TV, Channel 6 Indianapolis SUNDAY, MARCH 15 6:00 Mvstery 1 neater 6:30 Private Secretary 7:00 Toast of the Iowa (.00 GE Theater 8:30 Alan voung .9:M The 7cb 9:30 Who Said That l0:OO News heview ' 10:15 Little Theater 10:0 What My Una? ' 11. -O0 Comedy Hoar MONDAY. MARCH It 6:00 Weatherboard 6:05 Ann's Music Iko 6:25 Sports Brief 6:30 Sports 6:45 Telenews 7:00 Video Threw 7:30 Talent Scout 8:001 Love Lacy 8:30 Dangerout Assignment 9:00 Studio On 10:00 Weather Mas 1 0 : 1 0 Miriiatnrea 10:15 Gilbert Forbst 10:30 TV Mailbag 10:45 Mudc in Tat Night IlrOO Martin Kans 11:30 Calling Theater 12:10 rvixnt irwi 1 TUESDAY, MARCH 17 6:00 Weather 6. -05 Johnny Winn Trio 6:25 Easy Gardening 6:30 Perry Coaeo 6:45 Telenews 7. -00 Lrh b Worth LMng 7:30 Orris and Harriett 8:0(1 The RugxV 8:30 Sustain y:ixj utnarr 9:30 DrTFii 9:45 Thrne Cn 100 Weather Man 10:10 Miniaturea 10:15 Gilbert Farbt 10:30 Chat: Laughters 10:45 Music in the Night 11:00 Red Top Theater 11:30 My Littl Margi 12:00 March of Tim 12:30 Night Owl Theater WEDNESDAT, MARCH II 6:00 Weather 6:05 Johnny Wiam Tito 6:25 Dee Sweet 6:30 Sports 6:45 Tclenew 7:00 Arthur Godfrey 8r00 Test th Pitt 8:20 Tan of the Day 8:25 Sports Brief 8:30 Man Against Crim 9:00 Boxing 9:45 -Sportsway 1 0:00 Weathermen 10:10 Miniatures -10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 Music in the Night 10:45 Yesterdavs Newaree! 11. -00 Rogers Hour 12. -00 Night Owl Theater THURSDAY, MARCH It 6:00 Weather 6:05 Songs by Gloria 6:25 Easy Gardening 6:30 Perry Como " 6:45 Telenews 7:00 Law in the Maldng - 7:30 Amos 'n Andy 8:00 Ramar 8:30 Big Town" 9r0O The Unexpected 9:30 Academy Award Dinner 1 0:00 Weatherman ' 10:10 Miriietnres 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10: 0 Madison Squat Garden 10:45 Music in th Night 11:00 Th FJev nth Hoar 12:00 Down You Go 12:30 Nicht Owl Theater FRIDAY, MARCH 20 6:00 Weather 6:05 Johnny Wins Trio 6:30 Sport 6:45 Telenew 7. -0099 Harmonic 7:15 Kenny Jaeger 7:30 My Friend Irma SrOO Playhouse of Stat 8:3 Our Mist Brook 9.00 Dcmnlas Fairbanks Jr. 9:30 Million Dollar Flay horn 10.00 Weatherman 10:10 Miniatures 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 Greatest Fights 10:45 Music in the Night 1 1:00 Mystery Hour 12: 0 Night Owl Theater SATURDAY, MARCH 31 6KM Gtnucho Mara 6:30 Abbott and fV Ha 7HJ0-- Jackie Gleason 8. -00 IHSAA Final 9:45 Sports Parade 10:00 -Amateur Fight . 10:30 Life Begins at 80 U.-OO Red Top Theater 12:30 Night Owl Thestft .

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