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40 RADIO DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Decatur, Illinois, Sunday, February 22, 1953. Better Radio Programs for the Week By Walter Kirhy Sunday, Fib. 22 9-9:15 a. m. WDZ This Is Millikin Millikin School of Music presents William - Briggs, bass, and Trudy Geisler, soprano, with Joy Watkins, accompanist.' . . " Da Jsger Schubert Die Ntcht . Strtan L'Heure Silencieuse Staub L'Heure Delkiruse Staub Down among the Dead Men . Trad. 9:15-9:30 a. m. WDZ Book Peddler Muriel Perry, head librarian,' Decatur public library, reviews the new book, "Make Your Habits Work for You," by Adele and Cateau De Leeuw a discussion of common sense philosophy for fuller and hap pier living. 9:45-10 a. m. WMAQ The UN Story "The Rice Princess", nar rated by Gene Kelly, illustrates the work being done- by the Central Rice Research Institute in India. iu-iy:i5 . a. m. WMAy its a Small World Dr. Mohammed Ho-mayun, a physician and surgeon from Kabul, ' Afghanistan, a little-known country of 12 million people and 245,000 square miles," talks about the nomad of his country, and a new dam plan for irrigation purposes. 10:30-11 a. m. WGN Northwestern Reviewing Stand "What Should Be Out National Labor Policy?" Thomas Harris, associate general counsel, CIO; Theodore Iserman, Chrysler Corporation; Barnabas Sears, Chicago labor at- Rosemary Clooney tries a- dramatic- role in her appearance at 7 p. rn, Monday on WSOY) in Suspense.' . - , '. - torney; L D. Wells, Texas ;State Federation of Labor. 11:15-11:30 a. m. WSOY Millikin Brings You "Kernel . Djumblatt, the eighth in a series, of episodes from "Strange Lands and Friendly People," written by Justice of the Supreme Court William O. Douglas and narrated by Gene Dorsey. Noon-12:30 p. m. WMAQ Eternal Light Louis Stone, a man " who came from Russia a penniless immigrant and became Detroit's "Citizen of the Year,", is the central figure of "Old Man Stone." Noon-12:15 p. m. WILL Best Short Stories Edear Allan Poe's "The Oblong Box." 12:30-12:55 p. m. WBBM Invitation to Learning1 Mark Van Doren, Columbia University professor of English, chooses a lesser , known work by Jane Austen, "Emma, telling of life in a small English town and or the woman who en joyed arranging the lives of her friends, to discuss with novelist Helen Maclnnes. . 12:30-1 p. m. WMAQ University of Chicago Round Table -"What About American Prison Policy?" is discussed by James Bennett, director f-ederal Bureau of Prisons; John Burke, warden .Wisconsin State Penitentiary;, and Frank Flyn, University of Chicago. ' 12:30-1:30 -p. m. WILL Illini Faculty Concert A program of chamber music, performed by mem' bers of the. School of Music faculty otuotl. v.- 1-1:30 p. in.-WSOY Symphonette Mishel Piastre, conductor. Song of the Signal Corps Semper Pantos 'Marine" Hymn Caissons Go Rolling Along Mv Old " Kentucky Home . Old Fiddler (American Suite) Cadman President's March i , Trad. Serenade ' Herbert New World Symphony (1st movement) - Dvorak Glory, Glory Trad. 1:30-2 p. m. WMAQ American Forum of the Air "Is the McCar- Trad Trad, Phillips G ruber Foster WSOY-FM 1J MC CBS WSOY 134 KC CBS AM News -IS Karama Unartet M Morning Gadterfa Sunday's Radio Programs 7 WDr IM EC WDZ Ait Chapel World New Living Faith American Quartet WMAQ 171 EC NBC WGN 7!8 KC MBS WLS-WEHl. ;' t9f EC ABC 8 AMNazareae Ho :IS " 30 " Newt Revival Hons Music America Loves . " Destiny of America Destiny; Newt ' " 7 Comic Weekly Sod day School Newt Roundup . Fan with Stamps Comic Man - - Gospel Hons Back to God 9 AM Family Worship This is Millikin :lt Pilgrim Lutheran Book Peddler jo Khythma on Reauesf Shonmns Memai Radio Bible Class Favorite Hymns " . Health talk . 10 Radio Parade U. N. Story Music for Yon Melody Tims' News Weather . Little Brown Church 8 9 IS :45 U 12 AMPipes of Melody :' Millildn Brings Ton :" Decatur Churches World Newt -Listen Ladies St. Francis Hoot Sunday Devotional A Small World Singing Americans Frank 4 Ernest Interesting Facts Reviewing Stand Voice of Prophecy The Christian 10 Sunday Devotional We're Downtown Millions Praying Chapel by the Road Health Clinic Musical Moods Message of Israel Funnies Sunday Serenade . World Newt Eternal Light Serenade; Newt Drama of Medicine Matinee Melodies Communist for FBI Round Table 1 To Be Announced Freedom Story Melody Memos Voice of the Terkel Amateur Hour rM Symphonette :f :30 rS Hi "12 Essay Winners Catholic Hon Wayne King ' N .T. Philharmonic Hour of Charm American Forma 2 Commentary Music in the Air Wings of Healing MtKA .IS :10 4S Norman' Clooties Music by Roth 3 Salon Silhouettes Variety Show City Desk Bob Considins Elmo Roper Trendler'a Top Tunes Fifth Army Band Lutheran Hour Herald of t ruth 1 2 Concert Hall Favorites of Famous GI.Joe The Golden Fleets Crime Fighters' Dear Margy Revival Hour' 4 3 Memory Tims Sammy Kaye Remember Whea 5 Brotherhood Week Serenade in Bin Washington Birthday Star Playhouaa Countei-Spy . The Shadow To Be Announced Light ft Lift . Greatest Story Tour City, lour Story U. N. Story " ... Final News Our Miss Brooks. 4 Hi Gardner Nick Carter Meet the Veep- Carter: News Youth Wants to Know Squad Room Drew Pearson Monday Headlines Billy Graham 5 WSOY 134 EC CBS 6 PM Jack Beany :'S . 30 Ainas abqj WSOY-FM 1M.1 MCCBS Jack Beaay Amos 'n Andy WMAQ EC KBO Son Jeep Aldrich Family WGN T2I EC MBS Latheraa Hour n Voice of Prophecy ' WLS-WEHR Ut EC ABC Church in the Horns National Vespers 7 Bergen ft McCarthy Bergen ft McCarthy Harris ft Fsyt Show News; Theater My Little Margie Mr Utile Margie Theater Guild ErSanredHiour 6 Fine Ant Quartet Folk Music -August Richards 8 H. Playhouse . Theatre of Start 7 H. Playhouse Theatre of Start Dragnet Radio Bible Class 720 Clob Walter Winchel Taylor Grant. Newt Hit Records Folk Music 9 Telephone Quiz Escape 8 Telephone Quiz Escape Barrie Craig . ii Meet the Frets 720 Club i , Dance Band To Be Announced Paul Harvey News Memos for Mea Revival Tims 10 9 News - News Senator Dirksen Senator Dirksen Robert Trout, News Robert Trout, News Robert Trout Robert Trout News , On Wings of Song Washington Birthday " Backpage Bulletins Newt Day't End Lutheran Vespers Folk Music Pastor J. C. O'Hait Songs in the Night 11 10 News; Band Dance Band News; Band Danes Band News The Chez Show Musical Portrait Dance Band Church of the Air' CIO ft You Industry Reports U Monday's Radio Programs 6 WSOY-FM UU MCCBS WSOY 1349 KC CBS I Rooster Chtb Morning Devotions News; bang aangamon : WDZ MM KC WSOY-FM Special-U. of Illinois vs. U. of Minnesota Game Time 7:53 p. m. WMAQ WGN WLS-WENR tl EC NBC T2 EC MBS SM KC ABC ran-Walter Law Fair?" Rep. Francis Walter (R-Pa) and Sen. Paul Douglas (DDI). 1:30-3 p. m. WSOY N. Y. Phil harmonic Symphony Bruno Walter, conductor; Elena Nikolaidi, contralto; Set Svanholm, tenor. Fantasy on a Theme bv Thomas Tallis Vaughan-Williams ' Das Lied von der Erde Mahler 2-2:30 p..m. WILL People under (communism lhe Soviet Attack on the Voice of America. 3-3:30 p. m. WMAQ GI Toe New half-hour adventure documentary series built around the drama of the GI "in and out of battle." 4-4:30 p. m. WMAQ The Chase Jailbreak, the story of a detective who masquerades as a convict while a jailbreak is ' being planned and executed.. 4:30-5 p. m. WENR Greatest Story Ever Told "Sufficient unto the Day," depicts how a poverty-strick en, God-fearing woman shares the little she has and, consequently, gets undreamed-of treasure. 5-5:30 p. m WSOY Your City-Your Story The pro and con on the lake-dredging problem and the train tieup are the local Decatur problems to be discussed. 5:15-5:30 tj. m. WMAO Mppt the Veep Al ben VV. "Barkley and Lorn mentator tan uodwin. 5:30-6 p. m. WMAQ Youth Wants to Know Sen. Homer. E. Cape- hart (R-Ind). will answer the ques tions ot a group ot teen-age students. 6-6:30 p. m. WMAQ My Son, Jeep Jeep acts as Cupid in his father's behalf, with Martin Huston, Lynn Allen and Donald Cook. 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Bereen-Mc- Carthy Show This beinj; the in come tax season, Charlie sets up of fices as a tax consultant, and June Allyson is his first client-victim. 7:05-7:30 p. m. WGN Family Theater "Heritage of Home," its setting in part in war-stricken Korea, is a story of .'America in terms of American home life, with Loretta i oung the narrator. - 7:30-8 p. m. WGN Enchanted Hour Nancy Carr, lyric soprano; Henry Weber's orchestra; Robert Quick, concertmaster. . Told at Sunset (Woodland Sketches) . MacDowell Vaghissima Sembianza Donaudy Violin Concerto in G minor (1st) Bruch Dost Thou Not Know, Sweet Virgin Massenet Wiegenlied Strauss Chinese Lullaby ;"ffyyBuweat tfiess 1 hit House . Bribe 7:30-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Theater Guild on the Air Paul Douglas and Jan Sterling in George Kelly's hit comedy-drama, the Sihow-Otf, about a story-telling braggart and his wire who can see no wrong in the actions ot her neer-do-well hus band. ' ' ' 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY Theater of Stars Academy Award-winner Joan rontaine stars m the premiere per formance of Ferenc. Molnar's witty comedy, 1 he Guardsman, in which a noted Viennese actress' actor-husband tests her love by pos- ing as one of the Embassy's uniformed guardsmen and flamboyantly attempting to make love to his own wile. 9:30-10 p. m. WMAQ Meet the Press-Harold Stassen, administra tor, Mutual Security Agency, guest. 10:15-10:30 p. m. WMAQ Washington. Birthday Program address by James Cothran, commander-inf chief, Veterans of Foreign Wars 10:30-11 p. m. WBBM Former President Harrv S. Truman receives the Freedom Foundation's annual award for outstanding leadership in the interests of peace and freedom from Vice-President Richard Nixon. . Monday, Feb. 23 8-8:45 a. m. WILL mini Time recorded classics. Norman Ross Eddy Arnold; Sports Rott; News Farm Hoar Newt Farts Bulletin Board Sheerer Bonn August Richards News 7 AM 1 World News Roundap Drake's Ranch Norman Rott Morning Herald World Newt Ross; Newt T. N. T. Local News; Matte 400 Hour T. N.T., Local News Musical Clock 400 Hour; Newt 6 Bill Evans Show Red Blanchard Newa; Weather Newt 7 8 Newt of America Musics Seconds M Telle Test Nancy's Notebook Breakfast Club Your Neighbor Music That Singt News News-' Johnson Family Breakfast Club 9 AM Arthur Godfrey IS " Kitchen Club T&C Reporter; Newt Back to the Bible 8 Welcome Traveler i. Doable or Nothing Newt Virginia Gale Victor Lindlahr Tour Figure, Ladies . My Trot Story ii . VVhisptring Streets When t Girl Marries 9 10 AM Arthur Godfrey Betty Lane Rosemary Shoppcrt Serenade Hospitality Program Srrike ft Rich Bcb ft Ray Bob Hope Show Ladies Fail Uueea fat Day Kitchen Club, Newa; Notes Break the Bank 111 121 1" fM :IS :30 10 Wsady Warns for the Ladies Helen Trent Woman's Hour Let t Talk About Dick Haymca American Trail Man on the Street News Victor Lindlahr Here's Norman Rots Ross, News Cart Matter Time Newt Tello Test News Jack Reich Show The Buccaneers i . Markets; Weather News: Jack Carson Jack Carson Show Noon Newt Rhythms it Random World Newt Newt; Markets Music: Farm Newt Farm Reporter Mary Merryfield M. Merryfield; News Luncheon Antics Cedric Foster. News Musical Carnival ' Market Reportei News Newt; Matters -Markets; Farm Notes Dinner Bell Tims The Bookshelf Perry Mason Nora Drake Brighter Day Chapel of the Air . American Quartet AH Star Roundup Wed Howard Howard; Newi Dave Uarrowsy Kukls. Fran ft OHm 11 12 Jack Kirkwooti Show Hirold Tuittct Tic Stsxnotexs Health Talk School Time Bob Archer 2 Around Town; Newt Tims Out Mouse ran Aunt Jenny The Showcase Music; Hollywood 31 Hilltop Hoots Road ot Life Ma Perkins Young Dt. Malone Jim Seaney Show Life Can Be Beasnfal Road of Lift Pepper Young Family Right to Happiness M. Margaret McBride Bob Atchex Presents " - Feature Foods I i Backstage Wife . Stella Dallas Widder Brown . Woman fa My- House Newt Esrl Nightinatk) Cal Tinney . Charles AnteO Paul Harvev 4 Guiding Light Bar None Ranch 3 FM :lt tit M Uncle Remus Just Plain Bill Front Page Farrell . Lorenzo Jones The Doctor's Wile Ernie Simoa Beulah Ktrney Hits with Hubbard 5 4 Crosby Singt Sports: Newt . Newt Croebyi Your PoHey Final News . Wed Howard News: Ray Anthony . Lowell Thomas News Bobby Benson , Wild Bill Hicke HickokiNewt Newt; Hubbard Hita Hits with Hubbard News; Hubbard Hits 5 Feast Day of Corpus Christi at Seville Excerpts from "Boris Godounoff" Albenix Moussorgsky 11:30-11:45 a. m. WDZ The American Trail "Lewis and Clark Expedition" Through Indian country to the Oregon coast. 1-1:15 p. m. WSOY From the Bookshelf Muriel Perry head li brarian, Decatur public library, reviews "The Big Top" by Fred Bradna, an inside view' bf everyday lite in the world s biggest circus. 2:15-2:45 p. m. WSOY House Party Dean Miller takes over as host for Art Lmkletter; vocalist Dick Stewart, Monday;' Dr. Paul Pope- noe, family relations- counselor, Tuesday; Dick Haymes, Wednesday: actress Fay Wray, Thursday. 4-4:30 p. m.' WILL Voices of Europe "What Was the Beveridge Report?' Lord Beveridge, economist and author, chairman ot a govern ment housing project in England. 5:15-5:30 p. m. . WSOY-FM Dwight Cooke Interviews Asia Cooke concludes his interviews in Formosa . with his ' guest,' the official spokesman of the Chinese Government, Shen Chang-Huan. 6:30-6:45 p. m. WSOY Jo Staf ford Show Vic Damone, back in - Harold Stassen, administrator of the Mutual Security Agency, is questioned on 'Meet. the Press" at 9:30 p. m. today on WMAQ. civvies alter his period ot Army service, will join Jo on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Suspense- Rosemary Clooney as Sheila, a girl who craves excitement and finds it in the love of a reckless racketeer, essays a dramatic role set to music in a drama based on the famous song "St. James Infirmary." 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ RaUroad Hour Gordon MacRae and Dorothy Warenskjold and Carmen Dragon's orchestra present "Bitter Sweet',' by Noel Uovvard. 7:30-c . in. WMAQ Voice of Fire stone 1 nomas L. 1 nomas, .ban-tone; Howard Barlow's orchestra. Herbert Loewe Schubert Speaks ' Nevin Smetana Streets of New York I Talk to the Trees Marche Militaire -On the Road to Mandalay The Rosary Overture to "Bartered Bride" tana Al invents a youth restorer which Irma's landlady, Mrs. O'Reilly, tries to put to good use. 9:35-10 p. m. WMAQ First Night-er "Ridin' Six White Horses," with Olon Soule and Barbara Luddy. Wednisdiy, Fib. 25 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Library Presents "Planning for Home Landscaping" H. R. Kemmerer, instructor in horticulture, U. of L 4-4:30 p.m. WILL Studio Theater Henrik Ibsen's drama, "Pillars of Society" 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM Dwight Cooke Interviews Asia An interview with Father Joseph Peter McGinn, Maryknoll missionary recently arrived in Hong-Kong from Communist China. 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY FBI in Peace and War A group of Mexicans cross the border to the United States tp take promised' lucrative jobs, which turn out to be nonexistent, in the -"One Way Pas sage" case, with Harold Huber and Bill Lipton. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Dr. Christian "Helpful" friends and relatives with conflicting advice on baby care almost convince a pair of young parents that their child is neglected, until the doctor of River's End analyzes their case and prescribes a cure for "The Perils of Parenthood." 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Broadway Plavhouse Franchot Tone plays the lead in "His Brother's Keeper." 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Big Story Dramatization ot work of Pat Kelly, reporter for Savannah Morning News, Savannah, da. Thursday, Fib. 2S 8-8:45 a. m. WILL Illini Timi recorded classics. . Academic Festival Overture Brahms ' Le Beau Danube (ballet suite) T. Strauss-Desormiere Le Soeuf tur le Ton Milhaud m. WILL Wavs of Man- Study in Tech- March of the Men- of Harlech Welsh trad. 8-9 p. m. WSOY Lux Theater. Dan Dailey recreates his original film role and Jeanne Crain - plavs his leading lady in "You're My Everything," backstage story of a vaudeville hoofer and his socialite wife. 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Telephone Hour Nelson Eddy, baritone: Donald Voorhees, conductors Oh. What a Beautiful ' Morning (Oklahoma!) ' Rodgers (Natoma) Herbert picture with Sir Arthur Morse, Wn"rourFBre.nS HoPkinn paging Director of the Hong The Wedding of Miss Duck Trad. America. Commerce and Freedom Reinagle Scherzo (Symphony No. 3 in E flat) Beethoven Ballad of Adamastor (L'Africaine) Meyerbeer 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Band of America with .. Paul . Lavalle c ducting. 3-3:30 p kind "Survival nology." 5.15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM Dwight Cooke Interviews Asia A- discussion of Hong Kong's important piace in tne rar eastern economic rT,,v3triityrwtiUir 1 ostt' JLa aenonta- Foole Lady of Spain ' Evans Colossus of Columbia March Alexander Songs from "Hans Christian Andersen' Anywhere 1 Wander Wonderful Conenhasen Thumbelina Loesser A Welsh Rhapsody German Sabre and Spurs March Souse 9-9:30 p. m. WMAQ Northerners June Browne, soprano; the c semble and the octet. '. Thou Swell (A Connecticut Yankee) George Washington Bell Song (Lakme) ,'Tea for Two (No, No,. Nanette) I'll Go Home With Bonnie ' Jean (Brigadoon) 1 u lake nominee Rodgers Ryley Delibes ' Loewe Oakland Adinsell Warsaw Concerto 9:55-10 p. m. WSOY This I Be lieve Richard Tucker, tenor, Met ropolitan Opera star, Monday; Sir Henry Dale, tnglish physiologist, INobel Prize winner, luesday; Con stance Spry; floral . arranger for British coronation, Wednesday; Wallace Stegner, author "Big Rock Candy Mountain," Thursday; Claude Fuess, author "Independent scholar, rriday. 11:15 p. m.-l a. ni. WMAQ Prome nade Concert George Stone plays recorded classics. Swan Lake Ballet Tschaikowsky Tuesday, Feb. 24 11:30 a. m.-noon WILL This Great Wide World Bell I. Wiley's "Letters of Johnny Reb and Billy Yank." 4-4:30 p. m. WILL Modern Views of Man and Society "The Lively Arts and the L-reat Audience Oil bert Seldes, author and editor. 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM Dwight Cooke Interviews Asia Cooke be gins the series from Hong Kong interviewing Sir Alexander Gran tham,. Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the British Crown' Colony. 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Cavalcade, of America 'Life on the Mississippi," a story of Mark Twain's life on the river he loved. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Mr. and Mrs. North-rPam and Jerry discover more than melodies in music boxes when they instigate "Death Calls the I une. .'.; " 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Life with Luigi Luigi's cousin; from glamorous Hollywood comes to visit the little immigrant and extends him a sur prise invitation 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Martin-Lewis Show Marilyn Monroe, Julie Harris, Leslie Caron, guests. 8-8:45 p. m. WENR America's Town Meeting "Is the United Nations the World s Best Hope foi Peace?" Sen. John Sherman Cooper i (R-Ky) and Rep. Charles J. Ker- sten, (K-WpJ. 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY My Friend Kong and Shanghai Banking Cor poration. 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Meet Mill Millie and Mama don't accept the "love thy neichbor" policy when the woman next door, trying to bf nice, almost kills them with kindness. 0 - '--y-yi Elena Nikolaidi, contralto, ap pears with the New York Philharmonic at 1:30 p. m. today on WSOY. 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Time for Love "Neapolitan Interlude," starring Marlene Dietrich in a drama ot a gangster exiled in INaples and an attempted blackmail. 8:30-9 p. rn. WSOY Bing Crosby Show Peggy Lee and Joe Venuti, guest stars. Just One of Those Things I Got s Crash on You That'a A-Pknty Sweet Lorraine a Ladv of Spain Till I Waltr Again With You Keep It a Secret June in January Fridiy, Fib. 27 . 10-10:30 a. to. WILL Modern Mas terpieces in English "Look Home-' ward, Angel," by Thomas Wolfe is discussed by Dr. Harry Robins,: in structor in English, U of I. ' 4:15-4:30 p. m.: WILL World in Books Philip Dorf's "The Build er" is reviewed.' 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM Dwight Dooke Interviews Asia An ex clusive interview with Chang Kuo- lao, one of the founders of the Chinese Communist Party, who has since broken with the Reds and now resides in Hong Kong. 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Mr. Keen The tracer of lost persons unravels the case ot lhe Haunted Farm 8-9 p. m. WMAQ Your Challenge "The" Federal Penitentiary renology on 1 rial. 9:45-10 p. m. WMAQ Guy De- Fhiihps, internal revenue agent asks questions about "Income- Tax Deductions" of Delbert Luippold, assistant director of internal revenue in Illinois' First District. Saturday, Feb. 28 j 8:45-9 a. m.iWMAQ Carnival of I Books "The . Secret of Donkey Island," young people's novel by Lavinia Davis about a boy and his unexpected adventures on a tiny island in Nantucket Sound, is re viewed and the author interviewed. 10:05-10:30 a. m. WSOY Grand Central Station "Return Ticket," drama of a young man who loses his wallet in the great New York terminal but finds infinitelv more in exchange; with Darren McGavin, Jean Gillespie, Chester Stratum and Charme Allen. 11-11:30 al m. WMAQ Elizabeth Hart Presents Malcclm Knowles, administrative coordinator of Adult Education-" Association of the U.S.A.; and Dr. Herman Weiskot- ten, Syracuse University, are inter viewed. 11:30- a. m.-noon WSOY Stars over Hollywood George Brent as Uncle Andv on a local radio sta tion, gives the whole town a chanca to Meet the Hero and proves himself a great champ in a. dramatic moment. 1-5 p. to. WLS-WENR Metropoli tan Opera Richard Strauss' "Der Rosenkavaher - is sung by Astnd Varnay, Rise Stevens, Nadine Conner, Endre Koreh, John Brownlee, Emerv Da rev, Gabor Carelli and Osie Hawkins in the singing roles; Fritz Reiner conducts. 5:15-5:30 p. m. WMAQ Your Symphony Scrapbook Morris Monitz, violinist of Chicago Symphony is guest of George Kuyper, manager, and will play passages from "The Moldau" by Smetana. 5:30-6:30 p. m. WMAQ NBC Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Guido Cantelli. Symphony No. 93 in T maior Haydn "Mathis der Maler" ' - Hindemith 7-7:30 p. m. WGN; 20 Questions Film star Jane Wyatt joins regular panelists Fred VanDeventer,- Flor ence Rinard, Herb Folesie and Tt TI T T 1 -J juiiiuiy iviurucc; jay jav.suon, muu- erator. 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Reuben, Reuben Recorded excerpts from Von Flotow's "Martha" are played by Reuben Bradford. 7:30-8 p. m. WBBM Tarzan A strange, law of the Bo-Vas tribe, where stealing even the most worthless possession is' punishable bv -death, makes an exciting story, "The simba Hodan. 9.-10 p. m. WGN Chicago Theater on the Ait Victor Herberts "Naughty Marietta" is sung by Helen Georoe. Television for the Week Information on these programs It furnished by the stationt and it subject to change. All timet art "pjn." unless otherwise shown. KSD-TV, Channel 5 St. Louis SUNDAY, EEB. 12 6:00 -Red Skeltoh ' 6:40 Mister Peeper! 7:00 Comedy Hour 8:00 Television Playhouse 9:00 The Doctor' 9:30 Little Symphony 10:00 Playhouse of Start 10: JO My Linle Margie 11:00 Foreign Intrigue 11:30 What's My Line? 12:00 Our Miss Brooks 12:30 t.m. Film. MONDAY. FEB. 23 6:00 Popular Science 6:15 Dotty Bennett Show 6:30 Those Two . 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Paul Winchell ' 7:30 Howard Barlow's Orchestra 8:00 Mma 9:00 Robert Montgomery Theater 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 Studio One 1 1:00 Chance of a Lifetime 11:30 Owning Night 12:00 Live Like a Millionaire TUESDAY. FEB. 24 6:00 Jane Froman 6:15 Dottve Bennett Show 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 Newa Caravan 7:00 Citrus Hour 8:00 Fireside Theater 8:30 Circle Theater 9:00 Two fot the Money 9:30 Favorite Storv 10:00 Toast of Town 11:00 Kea Murray 11:30 The Web WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25 6:00 Armchair Adventure r 6:15 Dottya Bennett Show 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Caravan 7rOO I Married Joan 7:30 Dragnet 8:00 Television Theater 9:00 Boxing 9:45 Sports 10:00 Arthur Godfrey 11:00 TV Theater . THURSDAY. FEB. 26 . 6:00 Mindy Carson . 6:15 Dottve Bennett Show 6:40 Dinah Short 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Groucho Marx ,7:301 Love Luev 8:00 Onie and Harriett 8:30 Theater 9:00 Martin Kane ' 9:30 March of Time 10:00 10 O'Clock Theater 10:30 Fairbanks Presents 11:00 Danger 11:30 T-Men in Action 12 m. Film IJmO t ta. Newt , TrUTJAT, FEB. 27 .6:00 Sports Extra 6:15 Greatest Fights 6:30 Those Two 6:45 Newt Caravan 7:00 Dennis Dty 7:30 Life of Riley K)0 Burnt tad Allen '-8:30 Aldrich Family 9:00 Boxing 9:45 China Smith 10:15 Yesterday s Newsreel . 10:3O Bir Town llrOO Beat the Crock 11:30 Boston Bladtie 12 St. Film . - v SATURDAY. FEB. 28 6:00 Stranger Than Fiction 6.15 Paiade of Magic 6:30 My Hero -7:00 All Stat Revue 8:30 Your Show of Shows 9:30 Wrestline in Maritold 11:00 Suspense 11:30 Arthur Cdfsey Talent 12.-00 Film WHBF, Channel 4 Rock Island, III. SUNDAY, FEB. 22 6:00 Yon Asked for it 6:30 Jack Benny, 7.00 Toast of the Tows 8:O0 GE Theater 8:30 Ken Murray 9:00 The Web 9:30 Whit s My Line 10:00 Chance of a Lifetime 10:30 Mvsterr Theater 11:00 Billy Graham MONDAY, FEB. 2i 6:00 Captain Video ' 6:30 Hollywood Screen Teat 7:00 Lux Theater 7:30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 8:00 Buddies of the Airlanes 8:30 Red Bnnon Show 9:00 Studio One 10:00 March of Tim 10:30 Weather Show 10:35 Newa 10:45 Chronoscope ' TUESDAY, FEB. 24 6:00 Captain Video 6:30 Beulah 7:00 Life Is Worth Living 7:30 Keep Posted 8:00 Citv Hospital 8:30 Death Valley Davs 9:00 Danger 9:30 The Name's the Sams 10:00 Four Star Playhouse 10:35 TV News 10:45 Jane Froman 11:00 Where Waa I? WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25 6:00 Captain Video 6:30 Date With Judy 7.00 Arthur Godfrev 8:00 Boston Blackie 8:30 Man Against Crime 9:00 Fights 9:45 Sports Spot 10:00 Doug Fairbanks Jr. Presents 10:30 Weather Show 10.-35-TV News 11:00 Rocky King - ' THURSDAY, FEB. 26 6:00 Captain Video- 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00 Bums snd Allen 7:30 Peters Family Playhouse 8:00 Biff Baker 8:30 Big Town 9:00 My Little Margie 9:30 Racket Squad 10:00 The Unexpected , 10:30 Weather (0:35 News 10:45 lane Froman FRIDAY. FEB. 27 6:00 Captain Video 6:30 Onie and Harriett 7:00 Famous Plavhouse 7:30 My Friend Irma 8:00 Plavhouse of Start 8 : 3 0 S uperman 9:00 Twentv Questions 9:30 Down You Go 10:00 Invitation Pltyhoasa ' ' 10:30 Weather ,-10:J5 New. 10:45 Looking at Sports SATURDAY, FEB. 21 rUO TV Teen Club 6i30 Beat the Clock - 7:00 Jackie Glrason Show 8:00 Mystery Theater . 8:301 Love Lucv 9.-00 Trouble With Father 9:30 Wrestling lOrOO Spent Showiest 10:15 Wresting .J 11:15 Mr. snd Mrs, North WFBM-TV, Channel 6 Indianapolis SUNDAY. FEB. 6.-00- MvMery Theater 6:30 Jack Benny : 7r00-lnit of the Iowa 8:00 GE Theater 8:30 Ken Murray ' 9:'K The Web 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 News Review 10:15 Little Theater 10:30 What's My Line? 11:00 Comedy Hoax 22 MONDAY. FEB. 2S 6:00 Weatherboard 6:05 Johnny Winn Trjs 6:25 Sports Brief 6:30 Sports 6:45 Telenewt 7:00 Video Theatre 7:30 Talent Scouts . . 8:001 Love Lucy 8:30 Files of Jeffrey Jones 9:00 Studio One 10:00 Weather Msa 1 0 : 1 0 Miniatures 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 TV Mailbag 10:45 Music in The Night I l:0O Martin Kane 11:30 Carling Theater TUESDAY, FEB. 24 6:00 Weather 6:05 Ann's Music Shop 6:25 Sports-o-lir 6:30 Perry Como 6 : 4 5 Telenewt 7:00 Life It Worth Living 7:30 On snd Harriett 8:00 The Ruggles 8:30 Suspense 9:00 Danger . 9:30 Dr. Fixum 9:45 Three Guesses 10:00 Weather Maa 10:1 0 Miniatures 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 Washington Spotlight 10:45 Music in the Night 11:00 Red Top Theater 11:30 My Little Margi 12.-CO March of Tim 12:30 Night Owl Theater WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21 6:00 Weather 6:05 lohnnv Winn Trio 6:25 Dee Sweet 6:30 Sports 6:45 Telenewt 7:00 Arthur Godfrey 8:00 Test the Press 8:20 Tune of the Day 8:25 Snorts Brief .8:30 Man Against Crime 9:00 Boxing 9:45 Snontwty 1 0:00 Weatherman 1 0: 1 0 Miniatures 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 Music in the Night 10:45 Yesterdav's Newsreel 11-00 Rogers Hoar 12-00 Night Owl Theater THURSDAY, FEB, 24 6:00 Weather 6:05 Songs bv Gloria 6:30 Perry Como 6:45 Telenews 7-00 Law in the Making 7:30 Death Valley Days 8:00 Ramar 8:30 Big Town 9:00 The Unexpected 9:30 An Linkletter Shew 9:45 Harmony Hotel 10:00 Weatherman --1 0: 1 0 Miniatures 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 Madison Square Garden 10:45 Music in the Night 110 The Eleventh Heat 12-00 Down You Go 12:30 Night Owl Theater FRIDAY. FEB. 2? 6:00 Weather 'x 6-05 Johnny Winn Trie 6:30 Sports " 6:45 Telenews - 7-0099 Harmonies 7:15 Kenny Isgger 7:30 My Friend Irma 8:00 Playbooee of Sua 8:3i One Mim gmh 9K)0 LVmalat Fairbanks Jr. 7:,u mujna ajousr xltya 10:1 0 Miniatures -10:lS-Gilkcrt Forista -10:30 Greatest Fights 10:45 Music in the Night llrOO Mystery Hour 12: 0 Night Owl Theater SATURDAY, FEB. If 6:00 Cinucho' Mara '. 6:30 Beat the Clock ' 7:00 laekm Gletson 8:00 IHSAA Set-donas) 10:00 Amateur Fights 10:30 Life Begins at 80 . 11:00 Red Tot) Theater 12:30 Night Owl Theater .

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