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44 DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Decatur, Illinois, Sunday, June 28, 195S. Better Radio Programs for the Week By Walter Khby Sunday, Junt 28 11:45 a.m.-noon WMAQ It'$ a Small World Dr. Shri S. Nehru, delegate to the International Union of Lawyers, and Madame Nehru, from India, guests. 11:45 a. m.-noon WDZ Bool Peddler "Mary Lincoln, biography of a Marriage, by Ruth Randall, the true story of Marv Todd. little-known and much discussed wife of Abraham Lincoln, is re viewed by Muriel Perrv, head li brarian, Decatur public library. 12-12:30 p. m. YVMAQ Eternal Light "Samuel and the King" Noon-12:15 p.m. WILL Best Short Stories Guy de Maupas-aant'f "Lilie Lala." , 12:30-12:55 p.m. WBBM Invitation to Learning Aristotle's "Ethics," a profound and stimulating introduction to moral philosophy, concludes the current series, "Man and His Passions," discussed by Albert Hofstadter, Columbia LTni-, versify, and Andre Michalopoulos, counsellor to Greek Embassy in Washington, D. C. 12:30-1:30 p.m. WILL Ulini Faculty Concerts Louis Porter, Jr., cellist; Austin McDowell, clarinetist; Stanley Fletcher, pianist. 1-1:30 p.m. WBBM String Serenade Alfredo Antonini and his orchestra; program to be announced. 1:30-3 p.m. WSOY World Music Festivals Jamea Fassett, music 1 h 4 t . I m t wmmtm i it'ii'i ami hi. ''""""Nm Sarah Vaughan sings with the Guy Lombardo orchestra on WSOY at 6 p. m. today. commentator; from the Sibelius Festival in Helsinki. Two Serenades for Violin and Orchestra in D major and G minor Sibelius Lnonnoiar Sibelius Four Orchestral Legends (Kalevala) Sibelius 1:30-2 pfm. WMAQ American Forum of the Air "Are Republi can Budget Cuts Wise?" discussed by Sen. Burnet Maybank (D-S.C.) and Rep. John Taber (R-N.Y.). 2:15-2:30 p.m. WMAQ Youth Brings You Music Two North Dakota musicians, Margaret Husle- gard, 20-year-old pianist of Fargo, and Jean Mary Frederickson, 19, lyric soprano of Valley City. Cat and the Moose Copland Prelude in G major J. S. Bach Etude in A flat major Chopin Dove Sono (Marriage of Figaro) Mozart To a Messenger La Forge 2:30-3 p. m. WGN Northwestern Reviewing Stand "Do We Know How to Read?" Nordica Fenne-man, Chicago Library; Lloyd Michael, superintendent Evanston, 111. schools; Mark Neville, headmaster, Latin School of Chicago; Paul Witty, Northwestern. 3-3:30 p.m. WMAQ Gl'j "Ready-Money" Riley of Baker Company attempts a coup with his buddies as the victims but comes to grief, in "A Little Rain Falls on Riley." 4-4:30 p. m. WMAQ The Chase A man's obsession for gambling undergoes a startling change when he meets what he believes to be a talk ing horse, in "Harry and the Talk ing Horse. 4:30-5 p. m. WMAQ Counterspy "The Case of the Waterfront Wit- p.m. WSOY Our Miss -A taxi driver to whom 5:30-6 Brooks Connie owes $4.50, slams on his brakes, gives her a seemingly per manent stop light and sets up a howl for his money. . 6-6:30 p.m. WSOY Guy Lom bardo Time "Divine Sarah" Sunday's Radio Programs 71 WSOY-FM 102.1 MC CBS WSOY 134 KC CBS AM New Karama Quartet Morning Gathering WSOY-FM Special-St. Louis Cards vs. Philadelphia Phils Game Time 1:25 p. m. WDZ 1050 KC Air Chapel World Ne WMAQ 670 KC NBC ews St. Francis Hod Living Faith WGN 720 KC MBS News; Farm Rent Farm ReTue Ernie Simon WLS-WENR . 890 KC ABC Revival Hour Vaughan, Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians, Kenny Gardner, Kenny Martin, the Lombardo Trio and the Twin Pianos. 6-7 p.m. WGN Michaels Award Competition Soprano Anita Jordan, pianist Van Cliburn, violinist Joyce Flissler- and cellist Paul Olef-skv compete for top honors. 6:30-7 p. m. WSOY Richard Diamond, Private Detective Communist agents are after the blueprints for a newly-invented, high-powered rifle in tonight's episode, with Dick Powell. 6:30-7 p. m. WMAQ We Saw Tomorrow Reports - on Latin American countries with Melvyn Douglas, narrator. 7:30-8 p..m. WGN Enchanted Hour John Druary, tenor; Walter Steindel, conductor. "Beautiful Galathee" Overture Into the Night La Danza Symphony No. 8 The Unforeseen von Sappe Edwards Rossini Beethoven Scon AMNazarene Hour 8AMNa: :ll " s 7s i M Comic Weekly News Roundup News; Simon Good News ' Sunday School Lesson Comic Man Ernie Simon Radio Bible Class Favorite Hymns Health Talk 91 10 AM Family Worship rugraa LutHcran Guy Lombardo Rijlkmi on Request Shopping Memo Camera Club 81 Radio Parade Art of Lin'ng Radio Parade News; Simon Ernie Simon Funnies Little Brows Church 91 IS M 41 HI World News Sunday Pop Farad Sunday Devotional We're Downtown News; Simon Ernie Simon Voice of Prophecy The Christian AKevs of Melody Sunday Devotional 10 Kevs of Melody The Book Peddler Men Who Sing Small World Miller & Music News; Simon Ernie Simon Jim Mills Show Mesage of Israel Reform Church 111 121 PM Sunday Serenade serenade; IN ews Matinee Melodies FM Record Varieties Doubleheadex Catholic Hour Summer Mtudc Festrl " American Forum is IS - - ft 42 r World News Eternal Light News; Melody Memos Voice of the Terkel Drama of Medicine - Freedom Story S'-.,L"a,ls,Bwns Round Table Musical Moods Amateur Hoar Philadelphia A's " Musical Moods; News " 121 Commentary Music in die Air Sen. H. Ferguson ' Wings of Healing The World Today Sunday Afternoon Critic At Large Youth Brines Music Let's Talk Turkey Elmo Roper 1PM a News Your Worship Hour Trendler's Top Tunes " Reviewing Stand Herald of Truth - 21 GI Joe n The Golden Fleece Hall of Fantasy Music Market Revival Hour m Memory Tim Sammy Kaye Remember When OK 02 The Chase Counter-Spy The Shadow True Detective Light t Life This Week in Music Sunday Almanac Our Miss Brooks 4 PM Here's to Vets Final News Hi Gardner Meet the Veep Washington Report Music Market Monday Headlines Don Cornell ' Billy Graham - 5s 61 WSOY 1349 KC CBS M Guv Lombardo Richard Diamond WSOY-FM 102.1 MC CBS Guy Lombardo Richard Diamond WMAQ 678 KC NBC WGN 720 KC MBS Youth Wants to Know Lutheran Hour We Saw Tomorrow Voice of Prophecy WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC Church in the Home National Vespers 7s PM Junior Miss Junior Miss Harris & Fare Show Radio Bible Class Tunior Tnnrtinn Mr Little Margie My Little Margie Best Plays Back to God Folk Music 61 k pm December Bride 38th Parallel 8 PM Dec 91 December Bride 38th Parallel 71 Dragnet News; 720 Club 720 Club Walter Winchel! Taylor Grant; News Folk Music Mantoran! John Derr, Sports Mantovani John Derr, Sports Barrie Craig Meet The Press 81 Michaels Award Paul Hanrey News Folk Music Revival Time 101 111 PM News News News Senator Dirksen Senator Dirksen Dav's End Robert Q's Waxworks Robert Q's Waxworks Backpage Bulletins " " UN Story 91 PM News; Band Dance Band Dance Band On Wings of Song News, Lutheran Vespers Late News Gospel of Grace Sonp in the Night 101 News; Band Dance Band Dance Band News The Che Show Musical Portrait Dance Band Youth on the March i As We See It Business Voice 111 Monday's Radio Programs 61 WSOY-FM 102.1 MC CBS WSOY 1340 KC CBS AM Rooster Club Morning Devotions News; Sangamon Sangamon Special WDZ 1050 KC Neighbors; Arnold Neighbors; News American Quartet Neighbors; Sports WSOY-FM Special St. Louis Cards vs. Chicago Cuts Game Time 7:55 p. m. WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC WMAQ 70 KC NBC The Eye Opener Music; News WGN 729 KC MBS Farm Hour Bill Evans Show Farm Bulletin Board Sketter Bonn Dolph Hewitt News assjAM World News Roundup Rhythm Ranch a :i moramj nous world Iews : I. . 1. M T.N.T., Hugh Down. Records Bill Evans Show Red Blanchard Ti w w ,VZ,r. Mmie 'OO Hour - Newsj Weather - Local NewsMusical Clock 400 Hour; News " News 61 81 AM News of America Musical Seconds 7- Tello Test NancVs Notebook Breakfast Club . Your Neighbor Music That Sings News News Johnson Family Breakfast Club 91 I 1 1 30 Bet! AV:4S Ros 111 AM Arthur Godfrey Kitchen Club - Welcome Traveler T&C Reporter; News " Back to the Bible Bob Hope Show " Victor Lindlahr 8 My Trie Story Arthur Godfrey Betty Lane ilosemary News Virginis Gale News; Notes Whispering Stmts lour Figure, Ladies When a Girl Marries Shopper's Serenade Strike It Rich 9! Ladies Fair AM Wendy Warren Let's Talk About tea the Ladies Dr. Crane Helen Trent American Quartet Woman's Ht; Weather Man on the Street Hospitality Program The Phrase that Pays Queen for a Day Second Chance ' Kitchen Club News; Notes Double or Nothing 101 121 1 PM News; Jack Carson World News Jack Larson Show News; Markets Noon News Musics Farm News Rhythms at Random Farm Reporter PM The Bookshelf Chapel of the Air II Perry Mason Music ;ia Nora Drake Musical as Brighter Day " New Curt Massey Time Lu & Scotty Show Music News " John Holtmsn. record; Tello Test , " Records; News News Charles Antell 11 Mary Merryfield Cedric Foster. News Newt; Markets Meet the Kraefts Markets; Farm Notes Luncheon Antics Market Reporter Dinner Bell Time News Wed Howsrd Howard; News Dave Garroway Jane Pickens 121 Musical Carnival Your Favorite Song Noontime News Vacation Time Bob Atchex Presents 2 PM Around Town; Newt :i xiouse rarty . it - Aunt Jenny 0u 6x PM Hilltop House Kosd or Luc Ma Perkins Young Dr. Melon - Life Can Be Beautiful News: Dowell Road of Life Saxie Dowell Pepper Young Family " Right to Happiiw " Bob Atcher Presents Feature Foods .f PM I JfcPM ': f M Here's To Vets U. N. Story I PM Guiding Light scores; liar XMone None Ranch tase i Stella Dalh Widder Brown Woman in My House News Earl Nightingale 4 PM Guid :ll Score M Bar The Showcase Jim Scanty Show Jack Owens Show Afternoon Music Psul Harvey Just Plain Bill Front Page FarreD Lorenzo Jones The Doctor's Wife 01 News; Simon Ernie Simon Beulab Kamey Hits with Hubbard 5 PM s PM Scores; Crosby Jim Seaner Show News Crosby; Your Policy Wed Howard News; Record Album Sports; News " . Lowell Thomas Final News News 4 PM s Bobby Benson Howard Dorsey Spts Review Hits with Hubbard News; Hubbard Hits 5 PM 5 Let My Song Fill Your Heart Charles Norwegian Dance No. 1 Grieg 7:30-8:30 p. m.WMAQ Best Plays John Forsythe and Joan Lorring in " Ihe Farmer Takes a Wife," Walter Edmonds love story of a girl who considers the tough Canal barge life the only desirable way of existence, and a young man who wants to retire to the comparative security of 'farm; with guitarist I om Glazer. 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Dragnet roul play it disguised as suicide in a case that sends Detective Sgt. Joe Friday on' the trail of a killer. 10:30-11 p. m. WBBM Robert Q's Waxworks The story behind the song, "I Believe," told by Jane Fro- man and a classic baseball conversa tion between Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth; disks. Monday, June 29 B-8:55 a.m. WILL Illini Time Recorded classics. . Toccata in F major J. S. Bach Incidental music for Shakespeare's "The Tempest" Sibelius Three Ballades of Francois Villon Debussy Till Eulenspiegel's Merry Franks R. Strauss 9:25-9:45 a.m. WLS Whispering Streets A beautiful but aging widow tries to sentence her teen age daughter to perennial childhood, but a man s Jove rescues both. 1-1:15 p.m. WSOY From the Bookshelf Muriel Perry, head librarian, Decatur public library, re views "Captive Surgeon" bv Dr. Ernest Lippa, a refugee from Hitler seeks safety in China and finds himself a doctor for the Commun ists there. 5-6 p. m. WILL Music of the Mas ters Classical recordings. Processional and Ceremonial Music GabrieHi Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor Beethoven 6-6:15 p.m. WBBM Family Skel eton Mercedes McCambridge in the biography of a girl who became the tamily scandal at the age of 25; Monday through hnday, 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Crime Classics "The Checkered Life and Sud den Death of Col. James Ffske Jr., Esq.," the murder of Col. Fiske bv his "best Friend" in a hallway of New York's Grand Central Hotel, in the year 1872. 7-7:30 p.m. WiLAQ Railroad Hour The tragic story of Philip Nolan, "The Man Without a Coun try, with Gordon MacRae and Dorothy Warenskjold. Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean r- """"""" ' Jane Wyman appears as the guest of Bob Hope on WMAQ at 9 p. m. Wednesday, Lover'i Lament lankee Doodle Way-Worn Traveler America, the Beanrifu Breathes There a Man 7:30-8 p. m. WGN Hall of Fan tasy Ihe veil or time is lifted and the supernatural reigns as king in ihe lemple or Huitzilopochth. 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Voice of Firestone Eugene Conley, tenor; Howard Barlow conducts. Stars and Stripes Forever Souss Pledge to the Flag Malotte Pan Americana Herbert America the Beautiful Ward You'll Never Walk Alone Rod Ren Festival Overture Ton Weber God Bless America r Berlin 8-8:30 p.m. WMAQ Telephone Hour Brian Sullivan, tenor; Don ald Voorhees, conductor. Cohan Medley Cohan Aubade (Le Roy d'Ys) Lalo All Day on the Prairie Trad. An American in Paris Gershwin Drinking Song (Student Prince) Romberg ocicDiQc laruacnt ranee) nomberg 8-9 p, m. WSOY Lux Summer Theater "One More Spring," with Jeanne Grain as a penniless actress out ot work. 8:30-9 p.m. WMAQ Band of America with Paul Lavalle, and the Green and White quartet. Reene .Bicentennial March BeedL Furnle Carnival frrh Alf.l Listen to the Mocking Bird Hawthorne Trombone Holiday Lavalle Light Cavalry Overture yon Suppe vorge iw. ionan medley Cohan Liberty Bell Sousa 9-9:30 p. m..VMAO Northerners Earle Wilkie, baritone: the en semble and the octet. You Are My Lucky Star Freed Loch Lomond - Trad. Nemico della Patria (Andre Chenier) Giordano A very. Special Oay . (Me and Juliet) Rodgers I'll Follow My Secret Heart - Coward Begin the Beguine Porter Long Ago in Alcala Messager Melba Waltz Spoliansky 9:55-10 p. m. WSOY Sen. Paul H. Douglas and his wife, former Illinois congresswoman, Emily Taft Douglas,. discuss news of timely in terest. Tuesday, June 30 11:30-11:45 a.m. WILL This Great Wide World "Julia New berry Witty Young Chicago Diarist. 4-5 p. m. WILL Humanities Lec ture "Poetry and Advertising" -S. I. Hayakawa, University of Chicago. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Mr. and Mrs. North Richard Denning and Barbara Britton assume the stellar roles as the sleuthing couple in "Coat of Arms." 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Martin and Lewis Show Movie star and director Ida Lupino is guest of Dean and Jerry in a lany talc of murder, hatred and intrigue. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone I Miss You So I'll Get By 8-8:45 p. m. WENR America's Town Meeting "Is the Fifth Amendment Being Misused?" Robert Morris, counsel to Senate In ternal Security Committee; Norman Redlich, member New York bar. Wednesday, July 1 9:25-9:45 a. m. WLS Whispering Streets- A young woman, bound by a contract to write novels under another woman's name, endangers her marriage by hiding the truth from her husband. 7- 7:30 p. m. WSOY FBI in Peace and War An overconfident "Ladies' Man" is tripped in a stolen car racket. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Dr. Christian Jean Hersholt as the lovable Doctor of River's End convinces a high school youth that stature in the eyes of one's fellowman has nothing to do with height in. feet and inches in "The Mighty Mite." 8- 8:30 p. m. WSOY Broadway Playhouse Movie star Jeff Chandler plays the lead role of a young man who is hired to protect a big-time racketeer, in "The Web." 9- 9:30 p. m. WMAQ Bob Hope Show Screen actress Jane Wyman engages in a dramatic sketch with the comedian to give him some vacation ideas, since this is his last nighttime program. Thursday, July 2 8-8:55 a.m. WILL Illini Tim Classical recordings. Three Songs on Popular " Italian Poetry , Pizretti Juialdts Concerto for Piano, Four Trumpets, and Percussion Hovbaness 5-6 p. m. WILL Music of the Mas ters Recorded classics. dence Day celebration when !pecfesfrian Arretted iMugcis uic tun a 9 oiqcsi living war veteran into participating in "The Holiday" and releasing his orphaned granddaughter from selfish domination. 1-1:30 p. m. WNLQ Elizabeth Hart Presents The pastor of Little Home Church of Wayne, El., the director of Chicago Historical Society, and a member of Chicago Boys Club tell what the Fourth of July means to them. 4:45-5 p. m. WDZ Illini Time U of I Concert Band, Mark Hindslev, lirector; University Choir, Paul Young, director; Josef Wright, di rector ot public relations, spealer. Chimes of Liberty Goldman Sweet William an. Powell De Camptown Races Foster Stars and Stripes Forever Sousa 5:30-6:30 p.m. WMAQ NBC Summer Symphony - Guest con ductor, bkitch Henderson. 8:45-9 p. m. WMAQ Carnival of Books Mrs. Ruth Harshaw and Jack Lester narrate portions of "Just bo atones and Ihe Jungle cooks by Kudyard Kipling. 9-10 p. m. WGN Chicago Theater or the Air Patriotic broadcast starring baritone Bruce Foote. Park Picnics And Reunions The following reservations for picnics and reunions in LVcarur This Week in Decatur June 28-July 4 (Daylight Saving Time is listed for all events) TODAY Pandora Players, "Yes, My Darling Daughter", S.-30 p. m., Blue Mound Outdoor Theater. WEDNESDAY Baseball, Danville at Decamr, ( p. as., Fans Field. , THURSDAY laat ball, Danville at Decatur, I p. ea.. Fans Field. SATURDAY late ball, Mattoon at Decamr, 2 and I p. m. fireworks. Fans Field. Psndors Players, "Yes. My Darling Daughter' 8:30 p. m., Blue Mound Outdoor Theater. Senate confirms strauss as chairman 0faec Washington, June 27 (AP) The Senate todav confirmed Lewis L. Strauss, New York financier, as a member of the Atomic Energy Commission which he is to head as chairman. Strauss, a former member of the commission, was named by President Eisenhower only Wednesday to a five-year term succeeding Chairman Gordon Dean. At the time the nomination was announced, the White House said Strauss would be designated as chairman of the commission. Strauss' new term, starting next Wednesday, will continue through for 'Watting' Light; Must Attend School Kalamazoo, Mich., June 27 (AP) Arrested for "walking a red light," pedestrian Richard Dungey argued with the comer cop that po lice had no right to arrest him redjpks this week have been made at light or no red light for crossing jJecatur Fart District oihee. the street whenever and wherever he saw fit. But Dungey changed his mind after a night in jail and pleaded guilty. Judge Clark M. Olmstead told Dungey to come back July 21 for sentencing after Dungey has com pleted three weeks at a police-con. ducted frame safety school. Ex-Governor Miller Dies New York, June 27 (AP) Nathan L. Miller, governor of New York from 1921 to 1922 and one of the nation's leading lawyers, died Friday at the age of 84. Miller was general counsel for U. S. Steel Corp. and a director of the firm since 1925. He had been active in his profession until last month when he fractured his hip and was confined to his residence at the Hotel Pierre. Miller defeated the late Got.' Al fred E. Smith to become governor of New York. Two years later the two ran again and this time Smith won. The last Republican governor of New York until Thomas E. Dewey was elected in 1942, Miller retired from active politics after leaving the state House. After that he devoted most of his time to law. In addition to U. S. Steel, he was counsel for such firms as the II. C. Frick Coal and Coke Company, Bethlehem Steel and As sociated Gas and Electric. FINNISH COALITION GROUP TO OFFER RESIGNATION Helsinki, Finland, June 27 (AP) Premier Urho Kekkonen's coali tion Finnish government will offer its resignation , to President Juho Jraasikivi Monday, it was announced officially today IV. The two principal parties in the coalition, the Agrarians and the So- June, 1958. Dean has resigned, ef- cialists, have been deadlocked for lectivenext 1 uesday, June 3p. J several weeks over economic issues. SUNDAY. JUNE 2 rain it w Dash Reunion Woodrura Reunion Wood-Wagner Reunion IVYore Reunion Builders Sunday School n Creamer Reunion Helen Vsnrtauer Gradv Reunion Zinde Reunion Unitarian Church Reynolds Reunion Walters Reunion Nelseaa 124th Machine Gunners Smith Reunion Albin Reunion Stone Reunion 1st Methodist Church Dsvis Reunion Dildine Reunion Schroll Reunion Hoffman Reunion Ray Munson Avers Reunion Thomas Reunion J alms HfD Otto Lohsns Galloway Trinity Lutheran Church MONDAY, JTINI t Faindew Barber Shop Quartet Cub Pack i TUESDAT. JON1 M Fairview Church si the Brethren Westside Missionary Society Nararene Church Royal Arcanum Nebs Eaatem (tat 111 East Park Beposa Beta Sigma Thi Newman 'a WEDNESDAY, JUL! I fairview ureea Decatur Camera Club McDonald Picnic Nt at. rani's Let Alva C Deris THURDATJQLT S l7$7 aktban Free Methodist Chntak David Cheney . Weleasi FRIDAY, JULT Fairefew Rammer Squares JOY Class Nelson ft. Paul's Lutheran SATURDAY. JOLT 4 Fairview Blue Mound Church of God Parks Reunion Zion Chspel Foursquare Church Cummins Reunion Constant Reunion Nelson Lents Reunion Highley Reunion Church of God Malone Picnic Temple Reunion Pier Family Faries Psrk First Evsngelical Church Fatal Gun Blast Mahon, Minorca, June 27 (AP) Sixteen Spanish soldiers died in the explosion of a 38-millimeter pun at a military camp 13 miles from this Balearic Island naval base, it was reported today. Television for the Week , Information furnished by the stations and it subject to change. All times ar "p. m." unless otherwise shown. .All times an daylight saving. KSD-TV, Channel 5 St. Louis Piece Heroique Franck-O'Connell From the Middle Ages Glazounoff Piano Concerto No. 3 Prokofieff 5:15-5:30 p.m. WSOY-FM You and the World Religion Qar- ence Pickett, director American Friends Service Committee, guest of Dr. Lyman Uryson, host. 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Romano "The Pool" by Dana Burnett tells the love storv of an American sol dier and an English nurse. 9-9:30 p. m. WSOY The American Way Horace Heidt's traveling concert show originates in Holly wood. Friday, July 3 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM You and the World Religion Thomas b. Hurley, manager. Christian Sci ence Committee on Publication, dis cusses Christian Science with Dwight Cooke. 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ New Dimensions Experimental program in stereophonic sound. Night Soliloquy Kennan Concerto for Cello Saint-Saens Prelude (Concerto Grosso) Bloch "Oberon" Overture yon Weber "Rosenkavalier" Waltzes R. Strauss Czardas (Coppelia) Delibes September Song Weill 8-8:30 p. m. WENR Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet Ozzie doesn't realize that Harriet is making mental notes while he advises his son David to be a domineering male in his relationship with the weaker sex. Saturday, July 4 10:05-10:30 a. m. WSOY Grand Central Station Dorothy Donahue, George Keane, Eileen Heckert, Barrv Kroeger and Frank Maxwell in "The Galloping Gift." . 11-11:30 a. m. WSOY Theater of Today A young Army sergeant gives true meaning to an Indepen- SUNDAY, JUNE 28 6:00 Playhouse 6:30 Mister Peepers 7:00 The Big Payoff 8:00 Television Playhouse 9:00 The Doctor ; 9:30 Liberace 10:00 Playhouse of Stars 10:30 My Little Msrgie 1 1 :00 Foreign Intrigue 11:30 What's My Liner 12:00 Our Miss Brooks 12:30 a.m. Film MONDAY, JUNE 29 6:00 Popular Science 6:15 Dottye Bennett Show 6:30 Carl Mclntire Presents 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Paul WincheU 7:30 Howard Barlow's Orchestra 8:00 Mama 8:30 Robert Montgomery Theater 9:30 Who Said That? 10:00 Summer Theater 1 1:00 News 11:15 Chsnce of a Lifetime 11:45 Your Big Moments 12:15 Film TUESDAY, JUNE 30 6:00 Tane Froman 6:15 Dottve Bennett Show 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Theater 7:30 Break the Bank 8:00 Fireside Theater 8:30 This Is Your Life 9:00 Two for the Money 9:30 Favorite Story . 10:00 Toast of The Town 11:00 News 11:15 Ken Murray 11:30 The Web 12:00 Victory at Sea film WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 6:00 Armchair Adventure 6:15 Dottve Bennett Show 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 I Married Joan 7:30 Dragnet 8:00 Television Theater 9:00 Boxing 9:45 Snorts 10:00 Douglss Fairbsnks Arthur VjOdrrey 11:00 News 11:15 TV Theater THURSDAY, JULY 2 6:00 Mindv Carson 6:15 Dottve Bennett Show 6:30 Dinah Shore , 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Groucho Marx 7:30 I Love Lucv 8:00 Oarie and Harriett 8:30 Theater 9:00 Martin Kane 9:30 March of Time 10:00 Boston Blackie 10:30 Arthur Godfrey Show 11:00 News 11:15 Danger 11:30 T-Men In Action 12 m. Film 12:30 a-m. News FRIDAY, JULY 3 125 Baseball: Cards-Cubs 6:00 Sports Extra 6:15 Greatest Fights ' 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 The Goldbergs 7:30 Life of Riley 8:00 Burns and Allen 8:30 Double or Nothing 9:00 SportSTeel ' 9:45 Rod Cameron 10:15 Bill Stern 10:30 Big Town 11:00 News 11:15 Beat the Clock 11:45 Film 12:15 Film SATURDAY, JULY 4 1:30 Baseball: Browns-Sox 6:00 Stranger Than Fiction 6:15 Parade of Magic 6:30 Candid Camera 7:00 My Hero 7:30 Amateur Hoar . 8:00 Masquerade 8:30 Revue 9.00 Big Storv 9:30 Wrestling l l:uu suspense 1 1 :30 Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts 12:00 Quick as a Flash WHBF, Channel 4 Rock Island, III. SUNDAY, JUNE 28 6:00 Toast of the Town 7:00 GE Theater 7:30 Arthur Murray Party 8:00 The Web 8:30 What's My Line? 9:00 Chance of a Lifetime 9:30 Mysterv Theater t0:00 Baseball Scoreboard 10:10 Sanatone Hour 11:30 Sign Off MONDAY, JUNE 29 6:00 Bums & Allen 6:30 Godfrey Talent Scouts 7:00 I Love Lucy 7: 30 Masquerade 8:00 Theater 9.00 Mr. and Mrs. North 9:30 Weather Show 9:35 News 9:45 Chronoscope 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard TUESDAY, JUNE 30 6:00 Blind Date 6:30 The Big Issue 7:00 City Hospital 7:30 Buddies of Airlsnes 8:00 Danger 8:30 Names the Same 9:00 Four Star Piavhoust 9:30 Weather Show 9:35 News 9:45 Jane Froman 10:00 Scoreboard WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 6:00 Arthur Godfrey 7:00 Boston Blackie 7:30 To be announced 8:00 Boxing 8:45 Sports Spot 9:00 Doug Fairbanks Jr. Presents 9:30 Weather Show 9:35 News 9:45 Etchings on Ivory 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard 10:10 Speedway News THURSDAY, JULY 2 6:00 Take a Guess . 6:30 Hollywood Half Hour 7:00 Video Theater 7:30 Big Town 8:00 My Little Margie 8:30 Racket Souad 9:00 Favorite Stories 9:30 Weather Show 9:35 News 9:45 Jane Froman 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard FRIDAY, JUY 3 6:00 Super Circus 6:30 Man Against Crime 7:00 Playhouse of Stars 7:30 Superman 8:00 Twenty Questions 8:30 Down You Go 9:00 Rocky King 9:30 Weather Show 9:35 News 9:45 Etchings on Ivory 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard SATURDAY, JULY 4 11:45 Detroit vs. Cleveland 6:00 Jackie Gleason 7:00 Strike It Rich 7:30 Bank on the Stars 8:00 Trouble With Father 8:30 Wrestling 9:00 Sports Showcase 9:15 Wrestling 10:00 Film 10:30 Baseball Scoreboard WFBM-fv, Channel 6 Indianapolis SUNDAY. JUNE 28 6:00 Mysterv Theater 6:30 Your Plivtime 7:00 Toast of the Town 8:00 GE Theater 8:30 Arthur Murray 9:00 The Web 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 Newa Review 10:15 Dilemma 10:30What s Mv Line? 11:00 Comedy Hour MONDAY, JUNE 29 6:00 Weatherboard 6:05 Johnny Winn Trie 6:25 Sports Brief 6:30 Sports 6:45 Telenews 7:00 Bums end Allen 7:30 Talent Scouts 8:00 I Love Lucy 8:30 Gloria Swsnson 9:00 Summer Theater 10:00 Weather Man 10:10 Miniatures 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 TV Mailbag 10:45 Music in The Night 10:55 Sports 1 1 .00 Twenty Questions 11:30 Rogers Hour 12:30 Night Owl Theater TUESDAY, JUNE 30 6:30 Perry Come 6:45 Telenews 7:00 To be announced 7:30 Orrie and Harriett 8:00 The Ruggles 9:00 Danger 9:30 Handy Andv 9:45 Famous Fiehfs 10:00 Weather Man 1 0: lO Miniatures ' 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 Charles UuRhton 10:55 Sports Final 11:00 Red Top Theater 11:30 My Little Margie 12:00 Night Owl Theater WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 6:00 Weather 6:05 Tohnny Winn Trie 6:25 Dee Sweet 6:30 Sports 6:45 Telenews 7:00 Arthur Godfrey 8:00 Test the Press 8:20 Tune of the Day 8:25-Sports Brief 8:30 I've Got a Secret 9:00 Boxing 9:45 Snortsway 10:00 Weatherman 10:10 Miniatures . 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 Outdoor Lore 10:35 Music in the Night 10:45 Yetterdev's Newsreel 11.00 Rogers Hour 12:00 Night Owl Theater THURSDAY, JULY 2 6:00 Weather 6:05 Songs by Gloria 6:30 Perry Como 6:45 Telenews 7:00 lavrees 7:30 Death VsHey Days 8:00 liberace 8:30 Big Town 9:00 Boston Blarlrie 9:30 Art I.inklerter 9:45 Armchair Adventure 10:00 Weatherman 1 0: 1 rt Miniatures 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:?0 Sports 10:45 Music in the Night 10:55 Sports FinsI 11:00 The Eleventh Hour 12:00 Down You Go 12:30 Night Owl Theater FRIDAY, JULY 3 6:00 Weather 6:05 Johnny Winn Trio 6:25 TV News 6:30 Sports 6:45 Telenews 7:00 99 Harmonies 7:15 Kenny Jagger 7:30 Man Against Crime 8:00 Playhouse of Start! 8:30 Footlisht Theater 9:00 Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. 9:30 Million Dollar Playhouse 10:00 Weatherman 1 0-1 0 Miniatures 10:15 Gilbert Forbes 10:30 Greatest Fights 10:45 Music in the .Night 10:55 Snorts Fins 11:00 Mvstery Hour 12:00 Night Owl Theater SATURDAY, JULT 4 6:00 Grouch Marx 6:30 Beat the Clock 7:00 Jackie Gleason 8 :00 Favorite Story 8:30 Ford Theate. 9:00 City Detective 9:30 Wrestling 10:00 Amateur Fights 10:30 Life Begins at 80 11:00 Red Ton Theater 12:30 Night Owl Theater

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