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36 RADIO DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Decatur, Illinois Sunday, Dt-crmber 2C, 1952. Betfer Radio Programs for fhe Week By Walter Kirby Sunday, Dee. 28 9-9:15 a. m. WDZ This 1$ Millitin Millikin School of Music presents Nancy Zi, soprano, Don Grobe, tenor, and Phyllis Brooks, pianist; Louise Krintz, accompanist. Wilton ourdrain Chopin ShcDbttd. Thy Demeanor Very 1 onrdrain Chanson N Prelude in G minor Lament of Frederico (L'Arlerjana) Evening Song Cilea Menges 10-10:15 a. m. VMAQ It's a Small World Paul Weber, editor of international law at a Swiss newspaper agency in Berne, Switzerland, will talk of the politics of his country which has three races and uses four different languages. 10:15-10:30 a. m. WDZ Listen, Ladies "The New Year's Story" by Eleanor Sloan. 10:30-11 a. m. WGN Northwestern Reviewing Stand "Should We Chance the Calendar?" Randall Cooper, State Street Council, Chi cago; Francis Hsu, Stewart Mc-Mullen and Kay Strand, all of Northwestern. 11:15-11:30 a. m. WSOY Medita tions Millikin students and faculty in devotional combining mu sic and the spoken word; Ted Bell, narrator. NotnvlJilJ . m. WILL Bast I , ewV-",, 1 1 4 Actress Ruth Hussey appears in "All Brides Are Beautiful" at 4 p. m. today on WMAQ. Short Stores Leigh Hunt's "Tale for a Chimney Corner." 12:30-12:55 p. m. WBBM Invita tion to Learning Sir Norman An- cell's appraisal of the results of World War I, "The Great Illu sion," last of the "War and Peace" series, is discussed by James Feible-man, Tulane University, and Sir Carl August Berendsen, Minister from New Zealand to the U. 3. 12:30-1 p. m. WMAQ University of Chicago Round la bin Anth ropologists .Look at the World Race Conflict" discussed by Sol Tax and Sherwood Washburn, both profes sors of anthropology at University of Chicago. 12:30-1 p. m. WDZ I Was a Communist for the FBI Dana Andrews pays an influential lobbyist a huge sum of money for the Communist party to engineer a civil rights bill through a state legislature, in "Capitol City Square Dance." 12:30-1:30 p. m. WILL Ulini Faculty Concert Excerpts from the oratorio, "The Messiah," bv Georg Friedrith Handel, bv the Univer sity chorus, directed by John Bry-den. 1:30-2 p. m. WMAQ American Forum of the Air "Where Is Our Economy Headed in '53?" is topic of debate for Michael DiSalle, new ly appointed Economic Stabilizer, and Herman Steinkraus, former U. S. Chamber of Commerce president. 1:30-3 p. m. WSOY N.Y. Philharmonic-Symphony Bruno Walter, conductor; James Fassett interviews Bruno Walter and Wolfgang Strese-mann during the intermission. Don Juan R. Strauss Death and Transfiguration R. Strauss A. Siegfried Idyll Wagner Prelude to "Parsifal" Wagner 2-2:30 p. m. WMAQ City Desk-Congressman Harold Velde of Pekin, chairman of House Un- and guest soloist Dorothy Warensk-jold; Carmen Dragon directs the or chestra. Happy Holiday Another Opening, Another Show Mv Desert Song 1 he Laughing bone Medley: Sunny, Swanee. Mary. M man. Give Mv Regards to Broadway Tour Land and My Land Medley Grow Old Along with Me Let's Start the New Year Right The Lord's Prayer 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Voice of Firestone Tenor Ferruccio Tagliavini and soprano Pia Tassinari; Howard Barlow conducts. O Sole Mio Capua Jealousy Cade Voi lo Sapete (Cavalkria Rusiicanat Mascagni Lontano. Lontano ( Mcphistofele) Boito The Great Gate of KicT Moussorgsky le Reve (Manon) Massenet Libiamo, Libiamo (La Traviata) Verdi 8 8:30 p. m. WMAQ Telephone ;Hour Zino Francescatti. violin so loist: Donald Yoorhees directs. Michael Redgrave stars in "The Unguarded Hour" on WMAQ at 7:30 p. m. today. Wanim? Romana Andalua ! If ire Rati Polo ptski Marca ( Prince lRor Conc-eno in minor (finale) Schumann Saras te liubay aWmiAjfrlfci-lifraJlailliltslthinaaaasl I Isey Nelson giving play-by-play and Bob Murphy doing color. 12:45-3:30 p. m. WSOY Orange the tracer of lost persons for help Bowl Game Jack Brkkhouse gives ir "Triple Warning Murder the play-by-play description of the Case." The terTor srritken regional man ager for a copper magnate applies to Alabama vs. Syracuse football game in Miami. 3-3:30 p. m. WILL Wavs of Man kind "Desert Soliloquy A Study I in education j 3:45-6: 15 p. Bowl Game. m. WMAQ Rose Edward R. MunW and other noted correspondents discuss Russia's "open secret formula" on WSOY at 10:30 p. m. Thursday. Sunday's Radio Programs WSOY-FH 1U MO-CM WSOY mm xo-oa m IMS KO WMAQ W6N WLS-WENR Karaara Quartet World News) Morning Catheria' Living Faith American uuartet m KC NBC III KC MBS IH EC ABC Newt Revival floor Record Reveille " Destiny of America Destiny; New " 7 AM M 30 M 8 Comic Weekly Newt Roundup Gospel Hour We Hold Thete Trathf f nndaj School Leaaoa Comics Back to Cod Muiic for Everyone Health Talk 8 AM 30 4S 9 Family Worship Pilgrim Lutheran Rhvthma on Rtqa This is Millikin Book Peddler Shopping Mem Radio Pulpit Art of Living Radio Parada Radio Bibb Claw Voice of Prophecy News ft Weather Little Brown Chroxh 9 AM IS 30 45 10 World Newt Listen Ladira St. Frands Hour Sunday Devotional A Small World Singing Americans Frank A Ernest Interesting Facta Reviewing Stand Voice of Prophecy The Christian 10 AM II 30 4S 11 Pipes of Melody Meditations Decatux Chxxrchee Sunday Derotionsi We're Downtown Christmas Carols Millions Preying Lntnersn Hoar Message of Israel Fannies 11 12 Sunday Serenade Serenade: News Matinee) Melodies World News Dr.'s Orders Communist for FBI Eternal Light Round Table Voice of Hops Freedom Story Melody Memos Voice of the Terkel Amateur Hour 12 AM IS :)0 4S fM :IS 30 4S 1 Symphonetts Wayne King Show Catholic Hour N.T. Phi1r.aTTi.onle Hour of Charm American Forum World Champ Footbl Wings of Hearing 1 2 It 44 Norman Cloutier Mnric by Roth City Desk Bob Considine) Critic at Large Lutheran Hour Herald of Truth 2 3 Salon Silhouettes Variety Show Concert Hall The Cham Farorites of Famous Private Ere Revival Hour To Be Announced 3 4 Broadway Melodies Sammy Kave Remember When Serenade in Blue Final News Star Playhouse Counter-Spy The Shadow True Detective Light & Life Greatest Story 4 5 SO Years in Decs tut Our Mist Brooks Scarlet Pimpernel Nick Carte " Carter; Newe Touth Wants to KnowOfficial Detective, Drew Pearson Monday Headlines) Billy Graham 5 WSOY 134 KC CBS 6 Kl J Benny ' 30 Amot Andy 4S WSOY-FM 102.1 MC CBS Jack Benny Amos 'n Andy WMAQ 7t KC KBO Meet Tour Match Aldrich Family WGN K. KC MBS Peter Salem Little Symphonies WLS-WENR 8M KC ABC Church in the Horns National Vespers 6 7 PM Bergen ft McCarthy Bergen ft McCarthy Harris ft Fits Show News; Thester Fine Arts Quartet mm pm : " " " Family Theater " J -is .39 My Little Margie My Little Margie Theater Guild Enchanted Hour Folk Music .30 Ai " " " August Richards f 5 8PM H. Playhotut) H. Playhous " News; Search Walter Winchell f PM :l " " " Search Never Ends Taylor Grant. Newt V .IS 30 Escape Escap Dragnet John J. Anthony Melody Highway v'0 4 " " " " Alistair Cooke J:4 9 PM Telephone Quia Telephone Quia Btrrie Craig Dane Band Paul Harvey Newt f PM I " " " Memos for Men I I 14 JO Choraliara Choraliert Meet the Prett Hawaii Calls Revival Tim J " - fX Newt Newt Newt On Wings of Song Late News M f I 1 1 it Guest Stsr Guest Star Public Affiara " Pastor J. C. O'Halr I 1 1 IS I I I 30 Robert Trout, Newt Robert Trout, Newt Backpage Bulletins Newt Songs in the Night III1) J Vf t Robert Trout Robert Trout Day's End Lutheran Vesper " JL J l U Newt; Band Newt; Band Newt " Speaking of Business -al - "M ' Dane Band Dance Band The Che Show Dane Band As We See It I I :IS 59 " " Chicago at Night Religion in Newt I I :30 " " Little Nile Music 11 Monday's Ra dio. Programs 6 WSOY-FM UU MC CM WSOY 134 KC CBS Rooster Club Momma Devotion News; Sangamon Sangamon Special WDZ UN KC 7 8 AM It 30 i AM 14 30 44 AM 14 30 44 Tello Test WMAQ C7t KC NBC Norman Ross i m Rots; News WGN WLS-WENR 72t KC MBS 9H KC ABC Farm Hour Newt Farm Bulletin Board Skeeter Bonn C het Randolph News World News Roundup Norman Rot Morning Herald World Newt Ross; News T. N. T. Local News; Marie 400 Hour T. N. T., Local Newt Musical Clock 400 Hour; Newt 6 AM :li 30 44 Bill Evans Show Red Blanchard News; Weather News 7 News of America. Musical Seconds Nancy's Notebook Breakfast Club Your Neighbor Music That Sings News News Johnson Family Birakfast Club 9 8 AM Arthur Godfrey is 30 - Kitchen Club TAC Reporter: News Back to the Bible Welcome Traveler Double or Nothing News Virginia Gale Victor Lindlahr Today's the Day My True Story Whispering Streets When a Girl Marries 9 10 AM Arthur Godfrey 30 Betrv Lane -S Rosemary Shopper's Serenade Hospitality Program Strike H Rich Rob 8c Ray Bob Hope Show Ladies Fair Queen for s Dav Arkie's Coffee Time News; Notes Break the Bank 10 11 12 AM Wendy Warren For the Ladies :J0 Helen Trent Ttmechecker; News Let's Talk About Dick Ha Tines Music Man on the Street News Victor Lindlahr Here's Norman Ross Ross, News p4 Jack Carson Show Noon News Rhythms at Random World News News; Markets Music: Farm News Farm Reporter Mary Merryfield The Travellers Luncheon Antics Curt Massey Time Jack Berch Show News Kitchen Club l ello Test The Buccaneers Holland Iffgle, News Markets; Weather Cedric Foster Newt Marshall Kent Market Reporter Newt News: Markets Markets; Farm News Dinner Bell Tims 1 Th Bookshelf Perry Mason Nora Drak Brighter Day Chapel of th Ail American Quartet it The 1050 Club 11 12 Ev'ry Day Data with Duggan Dave Garroway Kukla, Fran ft OUi Take Number Paula Stone Charles Kashex Health Talk Christmas Neighbor Bob Atelier Present 2 Mkts; Around Town Time Out House Party PM IS 1A 4$ Aunt Jenny The Showcase Music; Hollywood Life Can Be Beautiful M. Margaret McBride Bob Atcher Presents Road of Life " Pepper Young Family Feature Foods Right to Happiness - " 1 2 3 Hilltop Hons Road of Life Ma Perkins Young Dr. Malon Jim Seaney Show Backstage Wife, Stella Dallas Widder Brown Woman in My Hons New Earl Nlghti&gala Cal Tinney M Charle Ante 11 Paul Harvey 4 PM Guiding Light :is oar ione Kan cm JO " M Forward March Sports; News Final News Just Plain Bill Front Page Farrell Lorenro Jones The Doctor's Wife Ernie Simoa. Beulah Kamey Hits with Hubbard 5 M Crosby Singt 1 Crosby; tour rolicy 30 News: Ray Anthony t L-oweu Newt Wed Howard New Fun Factory Bobby Wild Bill Hickok Hickoki New Newt; Hubbard Hit Hit with Hubbard Newt; Hubbard Hit it M FM aw PM 1 American Activities Committee of new Congress, guest. 3-3:30 p. m. WMAQ The Chase Men from another planet plot to invade the Earth, in "No Contact," when on June 2, 1987, the rocket "Starcloud" takes off, its. skipper determined to break the Creat Galactic Barrier. 4-4:30 p. m. WMAQ Hollywood Star Playhouse Screen aoyess Ruth Hussey will play the role of wo man whose face, marred by childhood accident, creates untold con flicts for her in drama, "All Brides Are Beautiful." 4:30-5p. m. WENR Greatest Story Ever Told A continuation of the Yuletide story based on narrative from the New Testament of the Bible. 5:30-6 p. m. WMAQ Youth Wants to Know Sen. John J. Sparkman of Alabama, Democratic candidate for Vice President in the recent election, will answer questions of a large group ot teen-age students. 6-7 p. m. WMAQ Voices and Events of 1952 Annual year-endjish insurance executive, Friday. Borodin Mendelssohn 8 9 p. m. WSOY Lux Theater "Westward the Women," romantic adveiture story of 150 "mail order brides" on a 2,000-mile wagon trip to California following the gold rush, co-stars Robert Taylor as the leader of the trek and Dcnise Darcel as a volatile rebel. 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Band of America under the direction of Paul Lavalle. Purple Carnival March Alford Trumpet and Drum Lang American Salute Gould String Along Coleman Orpheus Overture Offenbach Marching Along Together Pol Make ay for Tomorrow Kern Great Day Tonmans 9-9:30 p. m. WMAQ Encore The musical series stars three top names of music singers Robert Merrill and Marguerite Piazza and conductor Meredith Willson. 9:55-10 p. m. WSOY This I Believe Burton Fowler, principal, Germantown (Pa.) Friends School, Monday; Leigh Mitchell Hodges, columnist, Philadelphia Bulletin, Tuesday; Mrs. Madge Whitney, Children's Aid Society, West Texas, Wednesday; Magnus Kristoffersen director Hartford (Conn.) Public library, Thursday; Joshua Lea, Brit- 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Meet Milli with a new Millii 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Mr. Ovame-leon "The Terrified Nurse Murder Case." 8 9 p. m. WMAQ Best Plays "Accent on Youth" co-starring Paul Lukas and Sallv Forest. 9 05-9:30 p. m. WBBM Capitol f"1rkal rrw-mv -Rri ""tiBrltwC tlaflawarlr Elena Verdugo.'.Rij. kLj , u. ,u. as Millie and Mama show up at jRqniMin floor leader in the swank New czt s Lve party, wear-1 , o R nnfi lntcr-mg fur coats belonging to their hos- j ifw tess. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY On Stage v itlJ Saturday, Jan. 3 Elliott and LaxveCvs iht :Cas .hLJ 8 45 9 a. m. WMAQ Carnival f Elliott and Cathv Lewis Premiere j Books Peter Freuchen. Danish ex-in which the talented Hollywood 1 Plort,r ' Greenland and the Arctic couple w ill present each week'a top-j discuss "Eskimo Boy," ranking drama of adventure, love, "0 f northland by Pipaluk mvsterv or comedy, supported bv ' Freuchen, his daughter, snd describe some oi ner cnuunooa turprricnccs in lreenlam land. 8-8:30 p. m. WENR Mr. President With the country in the throes of radio's leading actors and actresses. a depression, Edward Arnold as the g o.30 WENR Tales of To- Chief Executive proposed a sub-; morrow New series dramatizing 9:30-10 g. m. WSOY Let's Pretend i . ,,,. r .r.alinolrnmnWIv different, nitruandino Traditional presentation, "The LHO.lUl V uiail oyi 1 1 ll. t . 1 o ui uiunuii j , i - the government secure in the future, but Congress had other ideas about treating the problem. adult science material. WSOY Grand "The Small fiction and fantasy I I we've Months. ! 10:05-10:30 a. m. 8-8 30 n. m. WSOY Rnmamv Central Station T-n miK Vvarri fKfir rrnat nn trw' Thief" with Richard Dcrr, Neva 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Big S:ory A shore of a desolate swampland, only Patterson and Iggie Wolfington. reporter's thoroughness in covering j to discover three strange inhabitants, . -7,q a. m '1AQ Elizalieth roundup of history-in-the-making by 10:30-11 p. m. WSOY Middle East NBC commentators with Kenneth L. ' . r, i . . btorv Ur. rand zineddine, new ly appointed Ambassador to the U.S. from Syria, discusses the problems and attitudes of his country. 11:15 p. m.-l a. m. WMAQ Prom enade Concert George Stone plays classical recordings. Allrs Wss Thr Tut Burtehude Nights in the Gardens of Spain de Fslla Symphony No. 6 in B minor Tschaikowsky freludrs to Acts 1 and U (La Traviata) Verdi Tuesday, Dec. 30 Banghart, narrator, 7-7:30 p. m. WENR Fine Arts Quartet Leonard Sorkin and Jos eph Stepanskv. violins: Irvine II-1 mer, viola, and George Sopkin, cello. Quartet in B flat Beethoven 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Harris Faye Show Alice plans a New Year's Eve surprise party for Phil, but, believing he's going to spend a quiet evening at home, he lends all their china glasses and silverware to hisj7.7;30 n WMAQ q, of no! 1-1 1 1 rift I ,.-,c . 1 . ... . r ' America Billv the Kid, drama 7:05-7:30 p. m. WGN Family ; of a B-29 cunner in Korea, starring theater Ann Elyth and Jett Chandler in "The Presentation." Van Johnson 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Mr. and Mrs. 7:30-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Theater ! North Tenth radio birthday pro- Guild on the Air Michael Red-'gram involves the sleuthing Norths grave and Nina Foch in Bernard; in a holiday hit-and-run .experience Memvale s drama The Unguarded j involving two teenage lads, Death Hour," in which a suspect has no j on Wheels." alibHorhiswhereak,Utsatthetimei8.8:45 m WENR AmerIca.s of the murder, but he is absolved , Town Mceting.'Does Television when the court is convinced that , Enrich American Home L;fe?" every man nas nis unguarded nour. Ra,.,h Hard Nat;ona, Association a story proved that a woman's death! was not due to natural causes but to murder, the xperience of Harold Mills of St. Joseph (Mo.) Gazette. 9-9:15 p. m. WBBM Orange Bowl Parade John Derr's on-the-spot de scription of the colorful classic. 9-9:30 p. m. WMAQ Jason and the Golden Fleece A cynical newspaper reporter, assigned to cover the storv of a captain who is staving on board his sinking ship off the Gulf of Mexico, is played by Mac- Donald Carey as Jason. 9:35 p. m.-2 a. m. WENR New Year's Dancing Party. 10:45-1 1:05 p. m. WMAQ New-Year's Eve in New York with Ben Grauer reporting the color. 11:45 p. m.-12:05 a. m WMAQ New Year's Eve in Chicago described by Jim I lurlbut. Thursday, Jan. 1 8-8:45 a. m. WILL Illini Time-Recorded classics. Nottumo (Triumph of Love) Lully Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor Brahms 12:45-3:45 p. m. WMAQ Cotton Bowl Football Game with Lind- two men and a beautitul and tnght- llart presents Boris Pctr Pestk. ened girl, in Joseph HergesheimerV wno left Poland after hearing a "Wild Oranges" with David broadcast on the Crusade for Free- ayne. J Jon)i le$ Qf hjs experiences. 9-9:30 p. m. WSOY Premiere! "The; 1.5 p. m. WENR-WLS Metropoli-American Way," Horace Heidt s tan Opera Ponchielli's "Li Cio-traveling variety entertainment andC,.)nta" is fung fcv Zinkt Milanov, youth opportunity program. I roii Barbieri, Jean Madeira, Ce- 10:30-11 p. m. WSOY Years of 'Sare Siepi, Kurt Baum. Leonard Crisis Russia's "open secret for-i'snren in the leading roles; Tausto mula in the cold war struggle lor -ieva, conductor. power will be the subject of sensa-! ..39 2 p. m. WILL Music and tional disclosures by a conclave of , r0Uore "Brazil." newsmen whD will flv to New I York from all over the world to join ' 5; 1 5 5:?0 P- m- X MAQ ,ourS,v'm' Edward R. Murrow. Ph,,ny "plxiok Julius BAer, principal flutist of the Chicago Svm FMday, Jan. 2 phonv, illustrates his instrument 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Modern Mas- with passages from the hch Suite in terpieces in English "On Reading! B minor. ; Contemporary Books R. W. Rog- ers, associate protessor ol tnglisn, University of Illinois. 1:15-1:45 p. m. WILL American Songs of the Appa- 5:306:30 p. m. WMAQ NBC Svmphonv with Guido Cainelli conduaing. Symphony No. R in B minor ( Unfinihd I Shutwrt Sintonia da Requirm Bntlrn Selection to be announced 9 If) n m WGN Criiia:.n Thratrr 4:15-4:30 p. m. HLL World in ()( ,,,,, Air Leslie Stuart s "Fl.ira-Books "Waldorf of the Catskills"13)ra-. is sun!, hv Ani orjan by Harold J. Taub is reviewed. jRu,h S)U.r Rmre Fooft. anj EarJe 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Mr. Keen I U ilkie in the leading roles. Television for the Week Inform;tion on these programs 1 furnished by the nations and is subject to change. All timet are "p.m. unless otherwise shown. 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Hallmark Playhouse Joseph Cotten stars in Radio and Television Broadcasters: Ernestine Gilbreth Carev, co-author a drama based on the biography of i "Cheaper by the Dozen;" Donald Peter Marshall, Scottish immigrant ' Harrington, minister; Mrs. Vincent; youth who became Chaplain of the W'inkopp, mother; George Wells,! U.S. Senate. newspaperman. j 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY Escape Ross 8 8:30 p. m. WMAQ Martin and j Murray s , Incident in Quito. Lewis Show California will prob-j , m mun m... .T. 'Wy wish she were Florida when1 I s . j iv y III iIt.l Press Sen. Styles Bridges ( R-NH), guest. 9:30-10 p. m. WSOY Oioraliers Eugene Low ell, conductor; Leonard Stokes, baritone soloist. All for One and One for All Ardrn Duna McGili When You Were Sweet Sixteen Thornton Gospel Train Trad. All Through the Night Porter America the Beautiful Ward Sunrise and You Penn 1 Love a Lassie Lauder 10:15-10:30 p. m. WMAQ Public Affairs Actress Madeleine Carroll the clowning pair and their guest, Esther Williams, present A Story of Old California." 8:30-9 p. m. WGN Northerners-Wayne Van Dyne, soloist; the octet and the ensemble. Festival Shrimp Rofcts With a Sons in My Heart No Two People Raminar They Call the Wind Maria Somewhere Along the War I Talk to the Trees Him of Fire Jamhalaya lie. Because You're Mine Auld Lang Syne Strauss Weston Rodger Loesser Fain Loewe Adams Loewe Allen Acuff Brodskv Traif. introduces a discussion of Parkway; 8:30-9 n m. WSOY Mv Friend IT.-ll IT MV 1 r ! r - .r . - Village, LI, NY, where families of UA. representatives Jive in harmony. V Irma Irma makes a New Year's resolution to become a doer, and forthwith starts on a program of activity which spreads panic in her 10:30-11 r. m WSOY World News with Robert Trout Historyjwa'ie" in the composite as it unfolded dur- Wednesday Dec. 31 "no Qsi v, V. .ll; r k-n-l ...f V: V T. " v. " " I ,110-10:30 a. m. WILL Library Pre- ushering the New Year on Jan. 1 through all the big news high spots of the 12 months, will be reproduced in a year-end roundup of actuality recordings. Monday, Dec .29 8-8:45 . m. WILL Illini Time-recorded classics. Symphony No. 36 .in C ma (or (Linz) Chorale and Fugue in minor Mozart Zemachson 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Suspense-John Lund portrays a detective assigned to crack a high school narcotics ring, in "Melody in Dreams," tense documentary based on police records of the alarming spread of drugs among teen-agers. 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Railroad Hour starring Gordon MacRae sents "From the 1951 Bookshelf Mrs. Madeline Riffey, reference librarian, Undergraduate Library, University of Illinois. 1:15-1:45 p. m. WILL Netherlands Composers Music by Henk Bad-ings. 3:45-4 p. m. WSOY Listen, Ladies 'Trogram on Current Plays" script by Mrs. Clen England. 4-4:30 p. m. WILL Studio Theater Davis Crubh's "Speak o the DevU." 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Dr. Christian WTien the vhole town of River's End agrees that "Old Man Marsh" is the most unpopular man in town, the doctor sets out to prove the town wrong. KSD-TV, Channel 5 St. Louis SUNDAY, DEC. 28 6:00 Red Skelton 6: JO Mister Peeper 7:0' Comedy Hour 8:00 Television Plarhousc 9:00 The Doctor 9:J0 Little Svmphone 10:00 Plavhouse of Stars 10:30 Fred Waring li:00 ForeiRn Intrique 11:J0 What's Mi Line? 12:01) Our Miss Brooks 12:30 a.m. Film. MONDAY. DEC. 29 6:00 Popular Science 6:15 Doltve Bennett Show 6:30 Those Two 6:4S News Caravan 7:00 Paul Winchell 7:30 Howard Barlow's Orchestra 8:00 Mama 9:00 Robert Montgomery Theater 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 Studio One I 1:0(1 Chance of a I ifetime 1 1:30 Opening Night 12:00 Live Like a Millionaire TUESDAY, DEC. 30 6:00 Armchair Adventure 6: IS Dottye Rennett Show 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:4S News Caravan 7:00 Circus Hour 8:00 Fireside Theater 8:30 Circle Thester 9:00 Two for the Money 9:30 Favorite Story 10:00 Toast of Town 11:00 Break the Bank 11:30 Wrestling WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31 6:00 Popular Science 6:15 Dottre Bennett Show 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 I Married Joan 7:30 Dragnet 8:0O Television Theater 9:00 Boxing 9:45 Sports Parade 10:00 Arthur Godfrey 10:55 New Years Eye 11:10 Feature Film THURSDAT. JAN. 1 11:30 a.m. Toum of Roses Parade 3:45 p.m. Rose Bowl game 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Groucho Marl 7:30 I Love Lucv 8:00 Ozzie and Harriett 8:30 Theater 9:OT Martin Kane 9:30 March of Time 10:00 Unexpected 10:30 Fairbanks Presents 11:00 Danger 11:30 T-Men in Action 12m. The Web 12:30 a.m. News FRIDAY, JAN. 2 6:00 Popular Science) 6:15 Grcstwt Fight 6:30 Those Two 6:45 New Can vast 7:00 Dennis Day 7:30 Life of Riley 8:00 Bums and Allen 8:30 Aldrich Family 9:00 Boxing 9:45 China Smith 10:15 Yesterday's Newsreel 10:30 Big Town 11:00 Bea the Clock 1 1:30 Boston Blackx 12 m. Film SATURDAY. JAN. i 6:00 Stranger Than Fiction 6:15 Parade of Magic 6:30 My Hero 7:00 AU-Sur Revue 8:00 Your Show of Shows 9:30 Wrestling in Mangold I I OO Suspense 11:30 Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts 12 m Hit Parada 12:30 a.m. Film . 12:45 a. u News. WHBF, Channel 4 Rock Island, III. SUNDAY, DEC. 28 1:25 I ions-Rrnwns 6:00 You Asked for it 6:30 Jack Benny 7:00 Pentagon 7:30 John Hopkins Review 8:00 Fred Waring 8:30 Break the Bank 9:00 The Web 9:30 What's Me Line 10:00 Chance of a Lifetime 10:30 This I Believe 11:00 Billv Graham MONDAY, DEC. 29 6:00 Captain Video 6:30 Holivwood Screen Test 7:00 Lux Thester 7:30 Arthur Godfreys Talent Scouts 8:00 Buddies of the Airianes 8:30 l ife with I.uigi 9:00 Studio One 10:00 March of Time 10:30 Weather Show 10:35 News 10:45 Pernr Cono 1 1:00 Chronoscope TUESDAY. DEC. 30 6:00 Captain Video 6:3H Beulah 7:00 Life is Worth Livirg 7:30 Keep Posted 8:00 I itv Hospital 8:30 Death Valley Dav 9:00 Danger 9:30 The Name's the Same 10:00 Four Star Pavhouse 10:30 Weather 10:35 TV News 10:45 Heaven For Betsy 11:00 W here W as I? WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31 6:00 Captain Video 6:30 Mvsterv Theater 7:00 Arthur Godfrev 8:0(1 Boston Blackie 8:30 Man Against Crime 9:00 Fights: LaMotta-Nardico 9:45 Sports Spot 10:00 Doug Fairbanks Jr. Presents 10:30 W eather Show 10:35 TV News 10:45 Perry Como 11:00 Rocky King THURSDAY, JAN. 1 12:45 Orange Bow l 6:00 Captain Video 6:30 Lone ..anger 7:00 Burns and Allen 7:30 Peters Family PlayhousS) 8:00 Biff Baker 8:30 Big Town 9:00 Mv Little Margie 9:30 Racket Squad 10:00 Trie Unexpected 10:30 Weather 10:35 Newa 10:45 Heaven for Betsv 11:00 Life Begins at 80 FRIDAY. JAN. 2 6:O0 Captain Video 6:30 Ouie and Harriett 7:00 Famous Playhouse 7:30 My Friend Irma 8:O0 Playhouse of Stars 8: 30 Superman 9:00 T went Questions 9:30 Down You Go 10:0O Invitation Playhouse 10:30 Weather 10:35 News 10:45 Perry Corns 11:00 Looking at Sports SATURDAY, JAN. i 6:00 TV Teen Club 7:00 Jackie G lea son Show 8.0O Home Theater 8:301 Love Lucy 9:00 Trouble Witn Father 9:30 Wrestling 10:00 Sports Showcase 10:15 Wrestling 11:15 Mr. and Mrs. Nona WFBM-TV, Channel 6 Indianapolis SUNDAY, DEC. 28 1:00 Pro Football 6:00 Mvatery Theaser 6:30 Jack Benny 7.-00 Toast of th Town t 00 Fred Waxing 8:30 Break the Bank 9.00 The Web 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 News, Renew 10 15 Close Up 0: 3 What's Mv Line? 1 1:00 Comedv Hour MONDAY, DEC. 2 6:00 Weatherboard 6:25 Sports Brief 6:3 Sports 6:45 Tele news 7:00 Video Thester 7M0 Talent Scouts 8:00 I Love Lucv 8:30 Files of Jeffrey Jones 9:00 Studio One 10:O0 Weather Man 10:1 0 M i matures 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10: 30 TV Mailbag 10:45 Music in The Night 1 :00 March of Medicine I IMO f arling Theater 12:30 Night Owl Theater TUESDAY, DLC. 30 6:00 Weather 6:05 Ann's Music Shop 6:25 Sports-o-iite 6:30 Perry Como 6:45 lelrnews ":O0 l ife Is Worth Living 7:30 Ozie sr.u Harrirtt 8:O0 Short Story Playhouse 8: 30 Suspense 9:00 Danger 9: 30 Public Prosecutor 1 0:00 W eatherman 10:10 Miniatures 10:30 Washington Spotlight 10:45 !uc in the Nighl 1 1 :00 Red Top Theater 11:0 Hacket Squad 12:00 March of 1 ime 12:30 Night Owl Theater WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31 6 00 Weather to:OS Shade Acres 6:25 Dee Sweet 6: 30 Sports 6:45 1 elenews 7:00 Arthur Godfrey 8:00 lest the Press 8:20 Tune of the Day 8:25 Sports Brief 8:30 Nlsn Against Crime 9:00 Boxing 9:45 Sports way 1 0:00 Weatherman 10:10 Miniatures 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 Music in the Night 10:45 Yesterday's NewsreeJ I l:O0 1 B A 12:00 Night Owl Thester THURSDAY, JAN. 1 12:45 Orange Bowl 3:45 RoseBcwl 6: 30 Perry Como 6:45 Tele news 7:00 TBA 7:30 Death Valley Days 8:00 Ramar 8:30 Big Town 9:00 The Unas peeled 9-30 Art LinkJener Show 9:45 Harmony Hotel 10:00 Weatherman 10: 10 Miniatures 1015 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 Madison Square Garden 10:45 Music in the Night 1 1:00 The Eleventh Hour I2 00 Night Owl Theater 12:00 Down Yon Go 12:30 Night Owl Tneasrr FRIDAY, JAN. 2 6:00 Weather 6:05 Shady Acres Gang 6:30 Sports 6:45 Tele news 7 KM) 99 Harmonies: 7:15 -Kenny Jagser 7:30 My farad lima 1:00 Playhouse of Stan 8:30 Our Miss Brooks 9:00 Douglas Fairbanks Jr. 9:30 Million Dollar Fkyhoos 1 0:00 Weatherman 10: 10 Miniatures 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 Greaerst Fights 10:45 Music in the Night 1 1 :00 Dangerous Aasigiiasent ! 1:30 Mvatery Hour 12:30 Night Owl Tneansc SATURDAY, JAN. I 6:00 Groucho Man 6:30 Beat the Clock 7:00 Jackie Cleaaoo 8:00 Abbott at GoseeQo :30 Theaser 9:00 Wrestling 10:30 Life Begins as 10 10:00 Aaaatrur Fights I l.-OO Red To? Theater 12:30 Night Owl Theater

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