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48 RADIO DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Decatur, Illinois Sunday, November 23, 1952. Beffer Radio Programs for the Week By Walter Kirby Hour Rudolph Friml's tuneful score for "The Vagabond King," the Sunday, Nov. 23 7:15-7:30 a. m. VVSOY Quartet In a variety of and inspirational songss. Karamu spiritual Rejoice, T Pur In Heart Messlter Prayer of Thanksgiving Kremeer Comt, Ye TbankXul People, Come If winter Comet Tennent Don't Yon Let Nobody Tarn You Bound Spirits! 9-9:15 a. m. pZ This Is Millikin Reviewing Stand "How Strong Is Russia ;n Natural Resources?" Chauncey Harris and Joseph Morrison, both of University of Chicago, and Malcolm Proudfoot, Northwestern. 11:15-1 1:30 a. m. WSOY Meditations Millikin students and faculty Marian curd, soprano, and Rita' J- ,1 . t . He pu.n.st, m the romant.c mus.c Lnd Aken WOfd jj M e V-hiitnaFin artI I hmtn 11 ' r.... Wldmung Schumann Ballad in F major Chopin Waldesgesprach Schumann 9-10 a. m. WILL Cooper Union Forum "Fathers Are Parents Too" Spurgeon English, professor of psychiatry, Medical School, Temple University. 9:15-9:30 a. m. WDZ Book Peddler "My Island I lome," by James Norman Hall, story of a small town boy who became one of America's greatest writers, the co-author of "Mutiny on the Bounty," is reviewed by Muriel Perry, head librarian, Decatur public library. 10-10 J 5 a. m. WMAQ It's a Small narrator. .oon-12:30 p. m. WMAQ Eternal Light "Lizzie and the Whiskers," drama starring Mel Ferrer. 12:30-1 p. m. WMAQ University of Chicago Round Table "The Human Implications" discussed by Ancel Keycs, University of Minnesota; and Robert Havighurst, Sherwood Washburn and Paul Weiss, all of University of Chicago. Noon-12:15 p. m. WILL Best Short Stories Edgar Allen Poe's "Lyg-iea." 12:30-1:30 p. m. WILL Illini Fac ulty Concert Miriam Stewart, so- World I he evolution rather than;pran0( and Bruce poote( baritone, in revolution" which is taking place in a recital of sonps r . rll t I J t f 1 i-Uypi win dc explained ov ivimc Paulette Coddard stars in "Standing Room Onlv" on WSOY at 7:30 p. m. today. Indian Dance (American Suiiel Largo I "New World" Eym phony i Turkey In the Straw Sonata in A major xer" ilit Sometimes I Feel like Motherless Child Invincible Eagle Homer Capehart (R-Ind) and Us-?01 of Francois VilIon' 1 terHunt (D-Wyo). wno is made "king for a day" to 3-3:30 p. m. WMAQ The Chase A man who loses his memory in an automobile crash searches for his own identity, but what he discovers convinces him that he would be better off dead. 3- 3:30 p. m. WILL The Jefferson-urn Heritage "To Secure These Rights." 4- 4:30 p. m. WMAQ Hollywood Star, Playhouse William Holdcn stars in the comedy, "The Joyful Beggar," story of happy-go-lucky beggar, who moves from his perfectly comfortable park bench to accept a strange offer from a beautiful woman to pose as her husband at a party to ward off suitors and seekers after her millions. 4:30-5 p. m. WENR Greatest Story Ever Told "Seventy Times Seven," moving drama showing how cadman ; forgiveness may reward both the for- fight the Burgunidans, is sung by Oordon MacKae and Mimi Benzell, soprano. Sonf of the Vagabond! Some Day Only a Roee Tomorrow . Love Me Tonlcht Huguette Waltz 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Voice of Firestone Barbara Gibson, coloratura soprano; .Howard Barlow, conductor. Peanut Vendor Simons Mother Dear Trad. Belle of the Ball Anderson Caro Nome Rigolcttoi . VerdJ Come Ye Thankful People, Come ElTfj Filth Symphony (finale) Beethoven Clrlblribln Pestaloua 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Telephone Hour Lucile Cummings, contralto; Donald Voorhees, conductor. Hymn of Thanksgiving; Kremier To the Sea (Sea Pieces) MacDowell Sing Me to Sleep Greene Moon-Marketing Weaver "Mississippi Suite" Excerpts Orofe Agnus Del Bliet Burleigh 8ousa , ness. Ahmed Husseim, Social Work Com mittee of the Cairo Woman's Club. 12:30-12:55 p. m. WBBM Invitation to Learning Flaubert's famous archeolooical novel "Salamm- 10:15-10:30 a. m. WDZ Listen, Ik,," orv r ,nci.nt rartWr ; Ladies Plymouth Adventure. discussed by Gilbert Higher, literary sponsored by AAUW, produced critic Harpers Magazine, and Jus-and directed by Barbara Hill and .; fYRripn rmfn nf Columbia llni. narrated by Unrrine Kigg 1:30-3 p. m. WSOY N. Y harmonic-Symphony Dimitri Phil-! 5-5:30 Mi-! of the Chief Massasolt Mistress Brewster Governor Bradford Constance White Jonathan Turner David Barnes Mrs Erme Allen Robert Oebhart Vlckl Cohn John Prey 10:30-11 a. m. WGNT Northwestern versity. 1-1:30 p. m. WSOY Symphonette Mishcl Piastro, conductor and violin soloist. America the Beautiful Ward tropoulos, conductor; Friedrich Gul- da, piano soloist; Helen Traubel, intermission guest; James Fassett, commentator. Overture to "Ruy Bias" Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No. 1 In C minor Beethoven Thus Spake Zarathustra" R. Strauss 1:30-2 p. m. WMAQ American Forum of the Air "What Do the People Expect of the Congress?" is the topic of discussion by Sens, p. m. WMAQ Adventures Scarlet ' Pimpernel Marius WSOY-FM 1IJ.1 MC CBS WSOY 134t KC CBS Sunday's Radio Programs 7 WDZ 105. KC WMAQ WGN WLS-WENR 67f KC NSC T10 KC MBS 89 KC ABC AM Neve WD2 Air Chapel :il Karamu Qtjartet Wor.d NfM 10 Moruuic oatberta' Living Faith ' American Quartet Newt Record ReTf,Il Destiny of America Destiny: Newt News. Weather Hrmn Time RevlTil Hour 7 81 ejasareae Hour Comic Weekly News Roundup Gospel Hour Wa Hold These Truths " Scndsv Seaool Lessor Comics Back to Oo) Revival Hour Letter McParland News 8 Family Worship This Is MllllklB Radio Pulpit Pilgrim Lutheran Book Peddler Rhythasa oo Reeueat .Fall Fashion Parade Art of Living Radio Parade Radio Bible Clasa Voice of Prophecy Health Talk Little Brown Church 9 10 11 World Newa Listen Larilen St. Francis Hour Sunday Devotional A Small World Singing Americana Frank A Ernest Interesting facta Reviewing stand Voice of Prophecy The Christian 10 Pipes of Melody Mrdllatlun Decatur Churches We're Downtown Chapel by the Road Millions Praying Lutheran Boar Message of Israel Punnle 11 121 M Sunday Serenade Matinee Uelodle World News Dr 's Ordere Communist for PB1 Eternal Light Round Tabla Vojca of Hop Freedom Story Melody Memos Vole of the Terkel Amateur Hour 121 17J 8Tm.D N Y. I 41 Symphonett Phllharmonle Wayne King Show Chicago Bears Detroit Lions Catholic Roar American Forum Commentary M i'lc la the Air Wings of Healing 2! News News Dek Bob Consldlne Critic at Large Trendier's Top Tunes Lutheran Hour Fifty Army Band Eeraltf of Truth 1PM 21 9 Dtv". Salon Silhouettes rlety Show The Chase Private Cre Revival Hour Matthew Bell 41 51 31 I " Broadway Melodies Sammy Keye Pemember When 4t " Pigskin Parade Reservists Revu Pinal News 8tar Playhouse Counter.Spy Ihe 6badow True Deteetlv Light Lit Greatest Story 4 PM 5 Te an In Decatur Our Mlsa Brooks Scarlet Pimpernel Youth Wants to Know Nick Carter Carter: Ntwa Too Hlta Song Show Drew Pearson afnndav Head Ha eg Btllv Graham 51 6 WSOY 1340 KC CBS Jack Benny 'A Amoa s Andy WSOY-FM 102.1 MC CBS Jack Benny Amos b Andy WMAQ 67 KC NBO WGN 729 KC MBS Met Your Match Peter Salem Aldrlcb Family Top HiU Melooy Parade WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC Chuich In the Home National Vespera 71 pm Bergen A McCarthy Broadway Plav&onse Bergen ft McCarthy Harris & Faye Show Family Theater Broadway Playhouse Theater Guild enchanted Hour Fine Arts Qusrt-t Pop Concert August Richards or, OS m H Playhouia Escapa H. Plavbousa Escapa Dragnet News: Search Srarch Never Endt John J. Anthony Walter Winchell Taylor Grant. Newa Melody Highway Alistalr Cooke 1 81 Telephone Quia i Chorallera 10 lis News ,v Oalen Drake Rooen Trout. Hews k Robert Trout Telephone Quia Chorallera Barrlc Craig Meet the Press Top Hits Dance Band Hawaii Calls Paul Harvey Newa Memos for Men Revival Tim News Oalen Dtake Robert Trout, Robert Trout News Public Affaire Backpsite Bwetine Day s End On Wings of Song News Lutheran Vespers Late News Pastor j. O'Hslr Sonss in the Nitbt 10 Nrws: Band Danca Band Danca Band Nrs; Band Danct Bind Danca Band News Tht Ches Show Musical Portraita Chicago at Night Speaking of Buslnesa As We See It Reunion in News Little Nit Muslr 11 Monday's Radio Programs o 71 WSOY-FM im MC CBS WSOY 1340 KC CBS 4M Rooster Club it Morning Devotiooa 10 News: Sanganoa i Sangamon Special WDZ llofl KC Wood: Snort WMAQ C!t KC NBC Norman Rosa Ross: New WGN 72 KC MBS Farm Hour News WLS-WENR S9 KC ABC Farm Bulletin Board Fkeeter Bonn Chet Randolph News ,7 World News Roundup Wake wtth Wood The 400 Boar Morning Herald World News f. N. T. Local News Musi r N. T.. Loral News Musical Clock 400 Hour: Newa Btll Evans Show Red Blanchard Nrws. Weather Nrws 71 8 News of America k M islrai Seconds TelloTest Nancy's Noteoook Breaktast c;ub Your Neighbor ktuMc That Sing News News Johnson Family Breakfast Club 01? Arthur Godfrey Kitchen Club TC Reporter: Newa Back to the Bible Wrlcoa Traveler Double or Nothing 10 Newa Virginia Oale Victor Llndlahr Today's the Day My True Story Whlfpertng Streets When a Girl Marries Arthur Godfrey llii 't Betty Lan 4fc Rosemary Shopper'a Serenade Bospitallty Prograin Strike It Rich Boo at Ray Dave Garroway Ladles Fair Queen tor a Day Arkie's Coffee Time Seas: Notes Bresk the Bank 101 Wendy Werresi Jackpot Qui Helen Trer.t nmerhecker: Newt Let s Ta'.k About Dick Haymes Love on the Run Man on tneStreet Newa victor Llndiahr Hera's Norman Ross Koss; News Curt Maasey Tim Newa Tello Test Holland Engle. News Jack Berch Show Kitchen Club The Buccaneers Markets: Weather 11 1ZH pu Big Sister Noon Newa The Ouid:n Light World News News; MarketJ Music: Farm Newa Farm Reporter Marr Merryfleld Luncheon Antics Bob Hope Show Marshall Kent Cedrlc Foster. News Market Reporter News News: Market Markets: Farm Newa Dinner Bell Tuna 121 pm Rhythms at Random ferry Msscn Nora Drake Brighter Dae Chapel of the Air American Quartet Jack Wood Show The Brighter Day Date with Duggan The Travellers Kukla. Fran Oille Take A Number Paula Stone Charles Kasher Health Taut School Tint Bob Atcher Present kM Mkts: In House Around Town Party Shopping Bag 4t Aunt Jenny The Showcase Music; Holly ood LUe Can Be Beautifu- M Margaret Mc Bride Bob Atcher Presents Road of Ufa Pepper Young Family Feature roods Riant to HapDinets " JI 2! Hilltop House Young Dr. Maion Woman's Hour The Book Shelf Jim Seaney Show Baeksttte Wife Stella Dallas Xldder Brawn Woman tn My Boose News Earl Nlghtir.cal Cat Ttnney Charles Aritrll Paul Harvey 41 Bar None Ranch Snorts: Sew Final News Just Plain Bill Front Pate FarreD Lorenxo Jones The Doctor'a Wife Ernie Simon Beulab Harney H:tt with Hubbard Sing Your Policy Ray Anthony Thoma New W ed Howard News fun raetary Bobby Pensoo Wild BUI Hickok Hickok: News News: Hubbard H:t Hits wi'h Huebard News; Hubbard HIU 31 if 51 Goring portrays the dashing Scarlet Pimpernel of the French Revolution in this romantic adventure series. 5:30-6 p. m. WMAQ Youth Wants to . Know From Washington, D. C, Lewis Gough, national commander of the American Legion back from Korea, will answer the questions of teen-age students. 6:30-7 p. m. WENR Fine Arts Quartet George Sopkin, cello; Irving Ilmer, viola, and Joseph Stcpan-sky and Leonard Sorkin, violinists. Quartet In F minor opus Beetnoven in vouno l he clue veil, drama ot a widow s search lor maternal 0 Soprano Mijdred Miller appears in Giuseppe Verdi's "La Forza del Destino," on WENR at 1 p. m. Saturday. on manners, "Pygmalion." 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY FBI in Peace and War "Four Gold Buttons" arc 8-9 v. m. WSOY Lux Theater DG0rlt'8iver an" l"c one frg'ven when aJame "yman recreates her film "Plc i ciucs t0 , ucrative smuoMing con -Kreut- ijalilcan craitsman learns trom the Beethoven , , r r a Master a new meaning ot ioreive- nappincss as a governess attcr losing her own intant child 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Band of America and the Green and White quartet, conducted by Paul Lavalle. Klaxon March Fillmore Nola Arndt Bugle Call March Lavalle Zacatecas Codlna Bless This House Brahe America the Beautiful Arr. Lavalle Army Alma Mater Kucken On, Brave Old Army Team Egner Navy Blue and Gold Torovsky Anchors Awelgh Zimmermann 9:35-10 p. m. WMAQ Al Goodman's Orchestra "Cloak for t Stranger," featuring Paul Douglas and William Holden with Pat O'Brien, emcee. 9:55-10 p. m. WSOY This I Be lieve Jackie liobinson, second spiracy, with Bill Lipton and Amzie Strickland. 7- 8 p. m. WGN Musical Comedy Theater Boris Karloff, Lisa Kirk and John Conte are the starring players in "Yolanda and the Thief." Will Ton Marry Me? Ange: Yolanda This Is a Day for Love Coffee Time 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Dr. Christian A case of hallucination, "The Ghost on Crutches," in which a family haunted by the vision of their son, who has been reported war casualty, is solved by "Dr." Jean Hersholt. 8- 8:30 p. m. WENR Mr. President Edward Amold portrays the new Playhouse Margo, stage and screen actress, stars as a concert pianist in the drama of two artists who feel their careers are at an end until they discover each other for a brief "Interlude." 8-9 p. .m. WENR Heap High the Harvest The celebration of Thanksgiving from today on the battlefronts in Korea to its beginning over three centuries ago, before the Pilgrim Fathers embarked from the Netherlands to colonize the New World. 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY Bing Crosby Show Connee Boswell, Songbird of the South and famcus as part of one of the first successful singing sister teams joins Bing and the John Scott Trotter orchestra. Begin the Beguln Glow Worm Dinah That's a-Plenty Just You. Just Me The Live Oak Tre You Belong to Me Saturday, Nov. 2! 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Mr. Keen COMMUNITY EVENTS Nov. 23-29 Today Sandemac Kennel Club puppy show, 12:30-5 p. m., Wins Auto Auction. Marilyn Binford piano recital, 4 p. m., Kaeuper Hall. Tuesday Decatur Municipal Band concert, 8:15 p. m., Masonic Tern-pie. Wednesday Annual Catholic Charity Ball, 9 p. m., 1 lotel Orlando. Thursday Thanksgiving Dav. Friday Santa Claus arrival by reindeer, parade, 10 a. m., downtown. Annual Firemen's Carnival Ball, 9 p.m., Hotel Orlando. Milanov, Leonard Warren, Richard Tucker, Mildred Miller, Jerome iHines, Laura Castrllano in the im- "The Monkey Mask Murder Case" is investigated by the tracer of lost r portant singing roles; Fritz Stiedry, 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ N jmc TTi3t j conductor. Tunc New quiz program in which L. , Harrv Salter, mtisfc inductor and 5:15 5 30 P" . W MAQ lour Sym- radio' director, offers cash prizes to Phony Scrapbook Theodore Ratx- studio contestants who can give the er, violoncellist and member of cel- . . -. i ii ,i correct ruies to songs piayea oy tne orchestra. 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Mr. Chameleon The master of disguises solves The Third Act Murder Case." 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Best Plavs "The Rope," Patrick Hamilton's suspense drama, starring Hurd Hat field and A ictor Jory. Saturday, Nov. 29 8:45-9 a. m. WMAQ Carnival of Books Popular husband and wife lo section of Chicago Symphony, plays demonstrations from Wigner'a "Gotterdammerung," the "Bouree" (Suite in D) of J. S. Bach, and Stoi.k"s "Concerto for Cello." 5:30 6:30 p. m. WMAQ NBC Symphony Orchestra Directed by Cuido Cantelli. Furyantha Overturn Two Choric Dances Procession 'premiere! Symphony No. 4 Weber Cresron Miller Schumann 7-7:30 p. m. WGN 20 Questions Dr. Benjamin Fine, education edi- interviewed when tor ot icw lork limes, 101ns fred -Irt U V'l T 1 I I . i i n 1 ,hn Mnrl II tin t mrlC niFTIW t I 1( 1 T1 1' a ' " - I ' ' -:3U p. m. tvji ramiiy ineaicriaay guest; van overs, supenniena- Lorctta Young plays the young !Cnt of Parma, Ohio, public schools, actress who, in need of temporary jTucsdav: Elizabeth Gray Vinine, knucmn tL'pc 9 nraitinn 9C thf.w- i lulnr 1-' th rmun vrrrf rA Ijnan ' O l r r t'rVT Tkm! titlrlnn cnth maid hired bv a widower, and I Wednesday; Lt.-Col. George Stew-j I jour Special holiday broadcast I power saves a young girl from the7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Tarzan Tar- fcarurins Richard Widmark, Ann President, elevated suddenly and un- wrltin8 ,cam ' ,clcn and . or8e I . re- r kirtii'm-i 11 o r . i t f w..a.A... mar ' ' wi rt trtil hmrtKCT nttirp ni i amoaa w aa a i - wuarieis r,0. , uirousn baseman. Brooklyn Uotlocrs. Mon-iH"-111"? l" "'S" " i . . , . ,,-t-i i v..i. f.n ... . i. o ..lii t r- j L: irr : . tncir new nook. 1 nanks to ioan. iiiaumiu, u,w..u,...i.... ........ (,-,. . ,, tr..u r..i.,:. i.,L as.nt hostile Congress and an unfriendly IS reviewed oy nutn narsnaw. -u JU..y i..w u r l- . ' .n - irv m u'cnv i r . i 'n ,nc animal, vegetable or miner- Cabmct. 10:03-10:30 a. m. SOY Let s Pre- . unci. j . i m cainc: diu tidier tnouriatur. maoici f ri i tend A fairy godmother's when his bride-to-be attempts to get art, U. S. Air Force Reserve, Thurs- rid of his 8-year-old daughter prior dav; Subodh Chandra Roy, New to the wedding ceremony, the : School for Social Research, Friday. actrcss-turned-maid devises a plan for a happy solution. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Broadway Playhouse "Standing Room Onlv"', with Paulette Coddard. 7:30 8 p. m. WGN Enchanted Hour Lyric soprano Nancy Carr; 1 lenrv Weber, conductor. . O Thou Billowy Harvest Field Rachmaninoff La Mamma Morta (Andrea Chenleri Giordano Love s Old Sweet Song Molloy Sin tu Amor Sandoval 11:15 p. m.-l a. m. WMAQ Promenade Concert George Stone plays and comments upon the classics. Ermohony No. 3 for Piano and Orchestra Bernstein : Symphony No. 1 Ward i Manfred" Overture Schumann I '"Coq d'Or" Suite Rimslty-Korsakow String Quartet Boccherlnl Tuesday, Nov. 25 1 1:30-1 1:45 a. m. WILL A Trip Through Switzerland "Music Switzerland." , 7:30-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Theater . P .' Guild on the Air "The Winslow ?me"ca raui or ri, cp.suucs Bov," Terrence Rattigan's compel- 'ed t0 esowisnment ot ling play about a callous injustice Thanksgiving Day throughout the done to a bov bv a powerful bu- P"'0", ;yim tne aiMinwcu rcaucracv when he was sacked at 13 "alt Hampden providing tne uni- from a British naval school for steal- 'ng commentary, ing money, starring Basil Rathbone, 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Mr. and Mrs. Alan Webb and Margaret Phillips. North Publisher Jerry North, 8 8:30 p. m. WSOY Hallmark ; seeking to persuade a temperamental ! Pl.n house "Standish of Stand- author to complete a promising ! .sh,'" with John Hodiak. manuscript, becomes involved in a ; 'marital triangle in Dressed to ; 8:45-9 p. m. WBBM Operation ; Ki1 . Brotherhood In the inaugural1 ,,.r.. . . , broadcast Audrey Totter wilfnar-' 8-8:4, p. m. ENR Americas rate the storv, "The Ballot of Broth- j lowi. A"nR " erhood," a true storv of a Chinese-. ver in War Dr lou Chan American couple and their problem' Vang, Korean ambassador to the of buying a home. i S.; Cong. O K. Armstrong (R- w Mo); Walter O I learn, U. N. cor- 9:30-10 p. m. WMAQ Meet the j rc;nonjcrit for "Montreal Star." n c r .u. a:. t-. i i rrcss aetretarv vi inc im IThomas Finle'ttcr, guest; Martha ; 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY r J. ..,., Luiei Pasqualc gives Ituuiiuucc, liiuuiuiy. o , V - 1 . . jrivinc Dartv with Luigi as the guest 9:30-10 p. m. W SOY Lhorahers r a'nd though PasquaIe tells Eugene Lowell, condurtor; Nino him tha the wijj an the Ventura, tenor soloist. "rifht" people who will help to Buckle Down. wtnsocKi Mariin-Diaine ' , . . - i-r t ' Just a Cottage Small by a 'better his position in lite, Luigl in- PrwVr'rt'Thenksalvlna Arr. Downln" 1 vitCS all of his night School clasS- l ai Always Chajlng Rainbows Carroll icalousv of her less attractive sisters j"n attempts to hah a plunderer of m .1 i r i: rv.. in une live, iwotves. mice "c iuiiuie mu ihujuhhh tc' William Lundigan, Ricardo J Eyes, an original Nila Mack adap- ers lury. Montalban, Pat O'Brien, Gigi pcr-jtation featuring Cwen Davics, Anne 8.8:25 p. m. W'SOY Gangbusten rcau. lane Wvatt, Brian Sullivan, 'Mane jCer. ,)D" "lIU ,,u "U4 Jeanne Cagnev, Jerry Colonna and Lloyd. other Hollywood stars. 11-11:30 a. m. WMAQ Elizabeth Hart Presents A number of 4-1 1 I Club members attending the 31st I National Club Congress, w ill tell what the organization has meant to them. 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Big Story-Dramatization of work of Marvin Sleeper, reporter for New York Journal-American. Thursday, Nov. 27 2 3 p. m. WILL Music for the Connoisseur "Music With RegTets." 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Hollywood 1-4:30 p. m. WENR Metropolitan Opera Giuseppe Verdi's "La Forza del Destino" is the first opera to be broadcast this season, with Zinka The police obtain masses of in formation about two brothers they seek but are unable to tighten the dragnet until hunger takes sides with the law, in "The Case of the Brothers' Break." 8-8:25 p. m. WSOY Gangbusters The girl in a criminal trio accepts a valuable ring as her share of a daring bank Tobbery in an investigation of "The Case of the Diamond Dividend." Television for the Week KSD-TV, St. Channel 5 Louis Life With a Thanks- I Love You Truly Maine Stein Sonf Bond Fenstad mates. 8-8:20 . . - . i rt ii-ha n 11- u j-j K. .... 1U: l-iU:W p. m. " ruoiii. , . ciml.rJvml, WMAQ Martin and Jessel, out numbered two-to-one, is expected to Affairs "European Recovery and . . n .It American r-rosper.ty, program un-, his wi(h ,hc NBC funny. acr cotipcnuiun vajiihuimic ivi nomic Development, with Dr. James Conant, president. I larvard University: Marion Folsom, Eastman- 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY My Friend Iram Marie Wilson as Irma finds Kodak; Mever Kestnbaum, Hart, I herself friendless on lhanksgiving Schaffncr and Marx president. when all of her boarding house Monday, NOV. 24 f"c,nd carry out festive plans that o o M-irr it, T- exclude her, but her evening culmi-8-8:4-) a. m. WILL Illrni Time , ' ( . Jm w, and most unusual friendship. Classical recordings. Overture to "Oberon Von Weber OCfan Thou Mighty Mon.ter .oberor. von weber 8:30-9 p. m. WGN Northerner: .,-., 1 1 J V.JV Uamc a, 1:30-1:45 p. m. W GN Paula Stone tarle U Ukic, baritone; tne octet anu ii oo-j.nser Sliow Dr. and Mrs. Hans Hass. tne enscmDic Sanday. Nay. ta 1 -30 Bears -Llona a oo Red Skrlton 6:30 Mister Peepera 7:00 Comedy Hour 8:00 Television Playhouse 00 The Doctor :30 Little Symphony 10:00 Playhouse of Stars 10:30 Fred Warlnit 11:00 Racket Squad 11:30 What's Mv l.lne' 12:00 Our MUs Brooka 12:30 a m. Film Menday.'av. ii 6 00 Popular Sclenct 6:15 liottye Bennett Show :30 Those Twd 6 45 News Caravan 7:00 Paul Winchell 7-30 Howard Bar'!'"' Orchestra 8.00 Mama 00 Robert Montgomery Theater 30 Who Said That 10 00 Studio One U OO-Chsnre of a '.lfetlme 11:30 Openln Night 12:00 Live Like a Millionaire Taesday, Nov. SS 1. 00 Armchair Adventure e:is Dottve B'nnett Show 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caiavan 7:00 Milton Berle 00 Fireside Theater a 00 Two for the Money 9:30 Stranger Than Fiction t0:00 Toast of Town 11:00 Break the Bank 11:30 Wrestling Wednesday. Nee. I t oe Popular Science 6:14 Dottye Bennet Show 6:30 Those Two 6:45 News Cars, an 7:001 Married Joan 7:30 Cavalcade of America :00 Television Tneater 00 Boxing f :4S Sports parade 10:00 Arthur Godfrey 11:00 TV Theater 1J:M a. m. News Tharsday, Nay. ST 6:00 Sports 61S Dottye Bennett Bhov 6:30 Dlnab Shore 6 4b News Caravan 7 oo orourho Marx 7 30 i Love Lucy 8:00 Oszie and Harriett 8:30 Theater 9:00 Martin Kane t 30 March of Time 1 o oil u neipect ed 10:30 Game of the weea It's a Grand Nljht for Singing Roofers Over the River and thru the Woods Carmlchael Nemico della Patrla fAndrea Chenleri Giordano No Two People (Hans Christian Anderson t Loesser Drinking Song (Student Prince I Romberg Without a Song (Great Day) Youmans America the Beautiful Ward God B:ess America Berlin Wednesday, Nov. 26 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Library Pres- scicntists who wrote the "Under the. Red Sea" report. Monday; Harnett Kane,. author of "My Dear Dorothy Dix," Tuesday. 3:45-4 p. m. WSOY From the Bookshelf "Karen" by Marie Killilea, the young mother who tells a spirited tale of her experiences in saving her j u... r J.-.L. viewed bv Muriel Perrv, head Jjents- Collecting Historical Photo- brarian. Decatur public library. h D Brow n llbrarun ' ! Agriculture hbrarv. 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Suspense j, " , , , , -ri r r c n . r ' 1:15-1:45 p. m. WILL Netherlands The fogsv San Francisco waterfront r- provides an annronriate backdrop P0561' r r t i t for a taut story of Communist espionage based on an actual spy case, with Paul Douglas starring as a 3:45-4 p. m. WSOY Listen, Ladies newspaper columnist who almost1 "Citv Manager Form of Govcrn-lost his life trying to get the story, ' mcnt" will be the topic discussed.- ,4-4:30 p. m. WILL Studio Theater Railroad George Bernard Shaw's comedy j -Music bv Hendrik An- driessen; Alexander I Henk Badings. Action 2m. The Web 13:30 a m. Newe Friday. Nov. ! 6 0O Popular Science 6:14 Headlines on Parade 6 :30 Those Two 6:4i News Csrsvsn 7:00 Dennis Day 7:30 Playhouse 8:00 Burns and Allen 1:30 Aldrich Family 9:00 Boxing 9:4i- Dangerous Assignment 10 IS Football This Week 10:30 Big Town 11 00 Beat the Cleet 11:30 Boston Bleckle 12 m. Flins SatardaJ', Nev. r3 J 45 Anny-Navy 6:1S Parade of Magle 7:00 All-6tar Kevue 8 00 Your Show ot Shows I 30 Wrestling Is Marigold 1100 Suspense 11 SO Arthur God f ley Ialet , i l-j m. un raraoe oormoien; u 30 a . Film 12 it a ex. Hewe in "Mann Alive.' -7:30 p. m. WMAQ WHBF, Channel 4 Rock Island, III. Sender, Nev. J 1 :25 Llona-Bears tO You Asked for It 6:30 This Is Show Buameaa Information en thesa profrassa ta furnished by the stations and la subject to change. All times tn "p.a." unless otherwise ahown. 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 My Line 10 00 Chance of a Lifetime 10.30 TBA 1 1 oo Billy Graham Monday, Key. 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Nev. 10:00 Thanksgiving Parade 11 00 Packers-Lions Football 6:00 Captain Video 6:30 Lone Ranger 7:00 Bums and Allen 7:30 Pfters Family PlayhoUM 8 00 Biff Baker 8:30 Big Town 9 00 Racket Squad 9.30 I've Got a Secret 100 The Unexpected . 10:30 Weather 10:35 News 10:45 Heaven for Bene 11 00 Ufe Begins at go Friday. Nay. t 6 00 Captain Video 6:30 Oizie and Harriett 7:00 Famous Playhouse 7:30 My Friend Irma 8:00 Playhouse of Stars 8:30 Superman 9:00 Twenty Question 9:30 Down You Go 10:00 Invitation Plsyhouse 10:30 Weather 10:15 News 10:4S Perry Como 11:00 Looking at Sparu Saturday. Nev. tt 12 45 Armed Forces Football 6:00 Its News to Me 6:30 Beat the Clock 7:00 Jackie Oleason Show 8:00 Bendlx Theater 8:30 1 T ore Lucy 9 00 Trouble With Father 9 30 Wrestling 10 00 p ports showcase 10:15 wrestling 11:14 Mr. and Mrs. North WFBM-TV, Channel 6 Indianapolis Senday, Nee. 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