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RADIO DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Decatur, Illinois, Sunday, May 17,-1955. 43 Better Radio Programs for f he Week : Sunday, May 17 ByWalfrKirby 11:15-11:30 ajn. WSOY Mfllikin Brings You Musical nustowoils. Vine Ami (Symphony No. 96 in D) Haydn - Allegro Assai (Sonata . in F minor) , Beethoven 11:45 a.m.-noon WDZ Listen La-diet "To Teach or Not to Teach" Mist Lou Ann Moeller, Miss Virginia Schoby, Miss Barbara Hill. 11:45 V rn-Noon WMAQ It's a Small World Miss Rona Connery, Natural Rubber Bureau, tells of the methods used by large and small rubber plantation owners of Malaya and explains the Malayan form of government. - Noon-12:15 p.m. WILL Best Short Stories Guy de Maupassant's "Margot'sTapers."' Noon-12:30 WMAQ EternaU Light A Measure of Freedom, a historical story of Judea 1800 years ago, concerning the rabbis of that day and their interpretation of authority and freedom under the Law. 12:30-125 p.m. WBBM InvitaH tion to Learning George Meredith's novel I he Egoist is discussed by Dr. William Y. Tindall, Columbia, and Dr. Lawrence Thompson, Princeton. 12:30-1 p.ra. WDZ I Was a Communist for the FBI Matt Cvetic (Dana Andrews) breaks the New York waterfront wide open when he it caught between two opposing . factions of the Communist party. 12:30-1 p.m. WMAQ University of r 3 MltBlHmAJmt4MmBBiaamiaHMaBmmaMiammmH Rex Harrison appears in "The . Importance of Being Earnest" on WMAQ at 7:30 p.m. today. - Chicago Round Table "Adven tures in Contentment" discussed by T. V. smith, Syracuse, and Mrs; Josephine Young Case, poetess. 12:30-1:30 p.m. WILL Mini Faculty Concert Series University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Guio-mar Novaes, pianist, guest soloist 1-1:15 p.m. WDZ Book Peddler "Only Parent" by Louise Dickinson Rich, in which the author relates with characteristic humor her adventures in bringing up her children tinglehanded, is reviewed .by Muriel Perry, head librarian, Deca tur public library, ... 1-1:30 WBBM String Serenade Alfredo Antonni, conductor; Har ry Zarief, violin soloist. 'AHearo Modoato Cantata in' A minor)' Vivaldi Two Dances (Terpsichore) Handel Minuet j. Puccini Moto Perpetuo Loner ' Gymnopedie No.' 2 Clauville-Hicks The Young Prince Rimsky-Xorsakofl'-Krriskr Jsmswan Rumba Benjamin ig Tune (Squire Set) " Haufrecht 1:30-2 pan. WMAQ American For um of the Air Sen. Herbert Leh man (D-N.Y.), member Senate La bor, Welfare, Banking and Curren cy committees,:' and ' Hep. J. rrank Wilson (D-Texas), House Judiciary committee, discuss : What Should U. S. Immigration Policy Be? 1:30-3 p.m. WSOY World Music Festivals James Fassett, music commentator. Chaconne Bech-Cesella symphony No. 92 in G (Oxford) ' Haydn Marie from "Peer GyM" ;. Grieg 2:15-2:30 p.m. WMAQ Youth Brings You Music Richard Braud, 24-year-old basso, and William Huckaby, 23-year-old .pianist, both ot Louisiana state University. . Non Piu Andrei (Manias of Figaro) Mozart Georgie O ' '- "' North Carolina folk . ' . Sonata No. 1 . . . Shapero 2:30-3 p.m. . WGN Northwestern Reviewing Stand "Opportunities for Mass Cultural Education". Luther Evans, U. S. Library of Congress;' Harrison Hayford, Northwestern; Theodore Waller, American Book Publishers Council. 3-3:30 p.m. WMAQ GI Joe A Sunday's Radio Programs 7 WSOY-FM 192J MC CBS WSOY 134 XC CBS AM New, ' :IS Kazan Quartet at Morning Gathering S " WDZ 1050 KC living Faith World News St. Francis Hour Stamp Program WSOY-FM Special-St. Louis Cards vs. New York Giants . " . ' Game Time 2:23 p. m. WMAQ WGN WLS-WENR 670 KC NBC 720 KC MBS . 890 KC ABC News; Fans Rem Revival Horn Farm Revue " Ernie Simon 7 8 AMNazarcn Hon :IS " At - Comic Weekly Newt Roundup News: Simon " ' Good Newt " Sunday School Lesson Comic Man " . Emit Simon Radio Bible Clan Favorite Hymns Health Talk 8 9 AM Family Worship Go Lombsido - Radio Parade J Rhythms on Request Shopping Memo VUUCH V1UU 'Art of Living Radio Parade News; Simon Ernie Simon Funnies Little Brown Church 9 :IS World Newt Sunday Pop Parade Sunday Devotional We're Downtown News; Simon Ernie Simon Voice of Prophecy The Christian 10 11! AM Keys of Melody rtiunson Brings Xou Keyt of Melody Sunday Devotional Listen Ladie Men Who Sing Small World News; Simon Ernie Simon Jim Mills Show Mesag of Israel Reform Church - 11 12 Sunday. Serened Serenade; Newt . Matinee Melodies ' World Newt Eternal light News; Melody Memos Voice of the Terkel Drama of Medicine " Lenny Ron j- " Communist for FBI Round Table Musical Moods Amateur Hoax . ' ' " - - " Musical Moods; Newt ' 1 Record Varieties - . .-.- Sntnisex Music Festvl 12 St. Louis Browns New York Yankees Doubkheader Catholic Hour American Forum Commentary Music in the Air ' Sen. H. Ferguson Wings of Healing 1 3 Critic At Large Youth Brings Music To Be Announced Elmo Roper Music Market Rerieiging Stand Lutheran Hour Herald of Truth Salon Silhouettes Syncopation Piece GI tJoo The Golden Fleece Music Market Revival Horn? 41 51 Memory Time Sammy Kaye Remember When The Chase Counter-Spy The Shadow , True Detect v Light ft Life Greatest Story Sunday Almanac Our Mis Brooks Sammy Kaye Final News Hi Gardner Meet the Veep Washington Report Music Market y Monday Headlines Don Cornell Billy Graham, WSOY WSOY-FM WMAQ WGN WLS-WENR 1340 KC CBS 102.1 MC CBS 670 KC NBC 720 KC MBS 880 KC ABC MleckBenny Jack Benny Youth Wants to Know Lutheran Hons: Church in the Horn ;J Amos 'n Andy - Amos n Andy . Aldrich Famfly Voice of Proohecv National Vtsnera 1 81 M Bergen ft McCarthy Bergen ft McCarthy Harris ft Faye Show Radio Bible Class Fine Arts Quartet .M My Little Margi My Little Margie Theater Guild , Back to God Folk Music MS " ' . .. 6 PMH. Playhouse Theatre of Stan H. Playhouse Theatre of Start Dragnet News; 720 Club 720 Club Walter Winchell Taylor Grant; Newt Folk Music 9 ru Telephone Quiz M Godfrey Hour Telephone Quiz Godfrey Houx 7 81 Barrie Craig Meet The Press News: 720 Club 720 Club Enchanted Hour Paul Harvey New Folk Music Revival Tim .. 10 PM News It Senator Duktea 30 Europe Story 4S " Newt Senator Dirksen Europe Story Newt UN Story Backpage Bulletins Day'a End On Wings of Song News '' Lutheran Vesper 9 Polk Music ' Pastor J. C. O'Hair Songs in the Night 11 News; Band uance Band Dance Band News; Band Dance Band Dance Band News The Ches Show 10 Musical Portrait Dance Band Church of the Air As We See It Business Voice Monday's Radio Programs u 6 WSOY-FM 102.1 MC CBS WSOY 1340 KC CBS I Rooster Club , Morning Devotions ; Sangamon Special WDZ 1050 KC Neighbors; Arnold Neighbors; Newt - American Quartet Neighbors; Sports WSOY-FM Special-St Lois Cards vs. New York Giants Came Time 2:25 p. m. . WMAQ WGN 670 KC NBC Norman Ron Ross; New 720 KC MBS Farm Hour ? Bill Evans Show WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC Farm Bulletin Board Dolph Hewitt Health Talk Newt 6' 7AM World Newt RotmdupRhythm Ranch , Norman Rost Bill Evan Show Red Blanchard . jaeyAM :li Morning Herald World New Ross; Newt W :J0 T. N. T. Local News; Music 400 Hour . - News; Weather - j j T. N. T Local NewsMosical Clock 400 Hour; New " . ' News - ' M 8AM Newt of America '. Your Neighbor Newt Breakfast Club - -AM :IS Musical Seconds ' Johnson Famfly " . J:n 59 . Nancy's Notebook Music That Sing '.' . " a:M Tello Test Breakfast Club News - JM 9 AM Arthur Godfrey Kitchen Club Welcome Traveler News - My True Story AM J T&C Reporter; News ' Virginia Gale ' :J Back to the Bible , Double or Nothing Victor Lindlahr Whispering Streets , M:J , " " Your Figure. Ladies When Girl Marries U At "t 1$ Gdtrey Shopper' Serenade Strike It Rich Ladies Fair Kitchen Club -1 ZhAM I 1 1 nJ v . " News; Note 1 1: I If!? M Hospitality Program The Phrase that Pays Queen for Day Turn to Friend I 1 1: J.Vf M Rosemary " . Bob Hope Show " - - " lVtW UAM Wendy Warren Let's Talk About Newt Curt Mastey Tim Jade Berch Show -f -4 : u?rLlle, Dr. Crane Victor Lindlahr Newt The Buccaneers ' I I :i j! ggf TrSt . American Quartet Here's Norman Ron Tello Test . " I I M Woman Hr, Weather Man on the Street Ross; New Newt Ch.rtet Antell JLJLrU -4 A",J'ew.,,ck CJP World New. Mary Merryfield Cedric Foster. New New; Market Ctt '& CSoa Sfcow NewS Met ' Musical Carnival NUrkets; Farm Note 1 tl. :J ,n "'r- . Musk; Farm New Luncheon Antics Market Reporter Dinner Bell Tint , I -M JtmjM Rnythm tt Random Farm Reporter , News . - - " JLlmjM 1' fM The Bookshelf Chapel of the Air . Wed Howard Your Favorit Song Noontime News ru lis Perry Mason Music Howard; News " School Time M M Not Urak The Showcase , Dave Garroway . Harold Turner Bob Atcher Presents - MM BnghterDay Jane Pkken Charles Rasher . J. 2 PM Around Town; News Jim Seaney Show Life Can Be Beautiful News; McBride Bob Atcher Present 7PM :l House Party " . Road of Life M. Margaret McBride " :' M . ' S-Ssft - Pepper Young Family " .- Feature Food- - M At Aunt Jenny- .New York Giant Right to Happies. " . . Um 3M Hilhop Hon " Backstage Wife New Cal Tinner FM :l Road of Lite " Stella Dallas , Earl Nightingale - . " .-. . J; M M-Pcrkin Widder Brown " Charkt AnttO " At Young Dr. Malone " ' ' Woman in My House ' " Paul Harvey fjAt 4 m Guiding Light ' . ' ' Just Plain Bill News; Simon Beulah Karney " mm tlf Scores: Bar Nona " Front Pare Farrell Ernie Simon " It :lt M Bar None Ranch " , - Lorenro Jones . . Hit with Hubbard LM.M At Uncle Remut - " ' The Doctor't Wife , . ... , --T.M 5L m Scores; Crosby Jim Seaney Show Nws Bobby Benson News; Hubbard Hits f"M :l Crosby; Your PoKcy - Wed Howard ''-"' Hits wilh Hubbard K!, :J News: Record Album Sports; News , ' , Wild Bill Hickok News; Hubbard Hit Lt-M At Lowell Thomas , Final New , New v Hickok; New f lighter moment to Army life behind the Korean front lines develops when an unusual wrestling match takes, place, in "Win, Lose or Draw." 4-4:30 p.m. WMAQ The Chase A minor employe of a large firm has illusion of wealth and gambles on blackmail to realize his dreams, in "The Hold Up." 4-5 p.m. WILL Little Orchestra Society Concerts Thaddeus Brys,cel-list ,k Variations on Rococo Theme for Cello and Orchestra Tschaikowsky 4;30-5 p.m. WENR Greatest Story Ever Told A plot for the betrayal of the Master is thwarted when one of the plotters becomes one of His most devoted followers, in "Stretch Forth Thine Hand". . - 6-6:30 p.ra. WMAQ Youth Wants to Know Sen. Michael Mansfield (D-Mont), member Senate Foreign Relations; committee,' answers the questions of 40 teen-age students. - 6:30-7 p.ra. WMAQ My. Son, Jeep uoc trunks ot himselt as a nature- lover .and is all for getting out into the sunshine and fresh green coun try; message from Boy Scouts of America to the nation's youth.. 7-7:30 p.m.' WSOY Bergen-McCar-thy Show Jane Russell and Charlie go- into partnership, as radio disk jockeys, with bachelor girl Miss Effie Klinker iudeins their audition material the cornmerdal ditties they've penned. ' ' ,. 7:30-8:30 p.m. WMAQ Theater Guild on the Air Husband-and-wife team, Rex Harrison and Lilli Palmer, in Oscar Wilde's comedy, The Importance of Being Earnest. ' 8-8:30 p.ml'WSOY Hallmark Play houseUnusual story of Frederick Tudor, whose export of ice was shipped in 4 1805 to the West In dies, and then in 1 833 to India. 8:30-9 p.m. WSOY Theater of Stars Van Heflin is heard in John Galsworthy's . "The Apple Tree," story of a young Englishman, in love with two women. . . 9:30-10 p.m. WMAQ Meet the Press James Wechsler, editor of New York Post, is interviewed by Bert Andrews, JN.- i; Herald-inb- une; Marquis Childs, United Features; Frank Waldrop, Washington Times-Herald. : ' ' 9:30-10 " p.m.. WGN Enchanted Hour Cellist Harry Sturm; conductor Walter Steindel.' " Eletde' '. Mr.T.ure Habanera ."' Ravel 10:15-10:30. p.m. WMAQ UN Story "Earthquake in Assam". - - Mondiy, MiylS ' 8-8:55 a.m. WILL Blini Time Recorded classics'. : ' Rakastava (The Lover) Sibelius Psyche Suite . Franck , The Rake's Progress, ' Ballet Suite , - Gordon 1-1:15 p.m. WSOY From the Bookshelf Edith Lewis' and E. K. Brown's biographies of Willa Cith er, one of America s greatest novel ists, are reviewed . by Muriel, rerry, Decatur public library., . 1:30-2 p.m.; WILL Folksongs, and Footnotes "The Refugees Sing." 5-6 p.m.: WILL Music of the Masters Classical recordings. . ' Slavonic Hhapsodv . Dvorak Symphony No. 2 Scenes de Ballet Riasky-Korsakoff Stravinsky 7-7:30 p.m. WMAQ Railroad Hour Emmerich Kalman's ."The -Circus Princess' a musical story with a big top background, with Gordon MacRae and Dorothy Kirsten. Dear Eye Who Cares? ' True to All of Ton . ' - ' Love It An Idle Dream" '- ' Come Now, Forget All Can . Ideal I Dream Of , 7-7:30 p.m. WSOY Suspense Lloyd Nolan in-"Vial of Death,' tense story based on the actual theft of a scientist's test-tube, containing millions ot deadly cholera germs, 7:30-8 p.m. WMAQ Voice of Fire stone Brian Sullivan, Metropolitan Opera tenor; Howard Barlow, con ductor. . In Hurry (Katinka) Friml At Dawning Cad man March of the Toreadors (Carmen) . Bizet Flower Song (Carmen) Bizet Passing By Purcell Gypsy Baron Overture - '- . Strauss Magic Is the Moonlight Grever 8-8:30 p.m. WMAQ Telephone Hour Lreorge - London, Metropolitan Opera bass; Donald Voorhees, conductor. ,,. : . . . Farandole (L'Arksienne Suite No. 2) Bizet 'a Through the Year You mans Cuban Serened . Herbert I be Matoe Cui Danse Macabre - Saint-Si Overture to "Russian and Lodmilla" . " Glinka . Credo (OteQo) . . . .... ; . Verdi 8-9 p.m. WSOY Lux Theater June Allyson in "The Girl in White," story! of a woman who established herself as a doctor 'at the turn of the century in an antifeminist field, with Steve Forrest as a sympathetic fellow doctor. 8:30-9 p.m. WMAQ Band of Amer. ica Paul Lavalle conducts the band and Green and White quartet Blaze Away . Holzman . Carnival of Venice Big Joe, the Tub InvercargUl v - " Midshipmite : .'" - Captain Mac ' ; f Soacerer'a Apprentice Hands Across the Ses Trad Lavalle lm7 Sanderson Dokat Sousa h ?Pf '.'.-. 0 r " i''i-.V'V' June Allyson appears in ''The Girl in White" -on WSOY at 8 p.m. Monday.' .: ; 9-9;30 pjir. WMAQ Northerners- Nadine , Conner, soprano; -, the en semble and the octet., .v ;. It's s Grand Night for Singing Rod sen Railroad Chant - ur. Wanna r - Ah, Pars' e Lui Traviata) . Verdi Songa My Mother Taught M Dvorak Liza Gershwin Funiculi Fun tenia ' Zanardini-Denza Love'a Own Sweet Song (Sari) Kalman Because You're Mine -. - Brodsky 9:55-10 p.m. WSOY Sen. Paul H. Douglas. and his wife, former Illi nois Congresswoman,- Emily Taft Douglas. . ;. 11:45 Vr ml:30 : TWMAQ Promenade Concert George Stone- annotated classical 'music program. Symphony No. J in . i E flat sujor - - Sibelius Viol Concerto in G ssajec . Telemann Dene Suit Bartok Piano Concert) ' - " - Kkacharurian ' Toudiy, May ll , I 11:30-11:45 a.m. WILL This Great Wide World "William Herndon First American down the Ama zon." : i 4-5 p.m. WILL Humanities Lec ture "Christopher Marlowe" Part 5, Professor Harry Levin, Harvard University. . ( -. 7:30-8 p.m. WSOY Mr. and Mrs. North Jerry recalls the plot of a mystery he once published and saves wealthy bookdealer friend from the "Play Dead" extortion "game. ; 8-8:30 pan.' WSOY Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar When Johnny seeks' a missing client) his only clue is a Greek quotation, as. he investi gates "The Brisbane Fraud Matter." 8-8:30 p.m. WMAQ Martin and Lewis Dean and Jerry and' their guest, Fred MacMurray, present saga of king-sized men who built the first regular railroad across our king-sized continent. . ; "'. 8-8:45 p.m: WENR America's Town Meeting In observance of World Trade Week, the importance of the Merchant Marine for peacetime trade, "World Leadership and the Merchant Marine" Sen. Warren Magnuson (D-Wash), member In terstate and 'Foreign Commerce and Appropriations Committees, arid Vice-Admiral. Edward . Cochrane, USN(Ret),; 8:30-9 p.m. WMAQ Fibber McGee and Molly Fibber devises a new "tax dodge," but it. doesn't quite work.'' : ; ' '' ... 9:15-9:30 p.m. WSOY. Choral Symphony Dr.1 Frank Black, conduc tor. - -:" ;. .-. r ; Blue Skies ' - ' ' Berlin j j .-. Ramon '. Wayne r Indiana ... , , ' , -, nanlcy 9:3M0 p.m.. WSOY The President of the United " States, -Dwicht . D. bisenhower, speaks from the White House about federal budget; taxes and the nation s security. - 9:55-10 p.m; WSOY.This I Believe --'Mrs. Roark Bradford," literary agent, ; Tuesday; Thomas Corcoran, mayor, Syracuse," IN. Y., Wednesday; -Andrew Valuchek, managing editor, "New Yorksky Dennick,s Ciew lorkske Listy, Thursday; Ur. Oeorge Kimble, director, American Geological Society, Friday. Wiinisda,Miy20 10-10:30 .m. " WILL Library Presents ."The Symbols' and Ceremon ies of the Coronation Mrs. Raymond Stearns. 1-1:15 p.m. WSOY Listen, Ladies "We Need New Sewers" Dr. W. D. Hatfield, Alex Van Praag, Miss Barbara Mill. 4-4:30 p.m.' WILL Studio Theater "The Vicar of Wakefield " Part 2, by piiver Goldsmith. ;- 7-7:30 p.m. WSOY FBI in Peace and War Dock bosses tinder the secret protection of an influential ship owner intimidate longsboremen in a series of strong-arm attacks which federal aeents- brine to an end, in ''Self Defense." 7:30-8 p.m. WSOY Dr. Christian Jean Hersholt announces the $2,- 000 prize winning play.' - 7:30-8 p.m. WENR Life Begins at su rom the;vanuge point of al most "four-score and ten,'. Fred Stein, Georgiana Carhart, Thomas Uark, Jsabelle Winlocke and Dr. H. S. Hathaway train their in teller- tuai sights on provocative listener- submitted questions. -' . -,. ' 8-8:3 p m. WSOY Broadway Play nouse John Lund i plays : a race gambler in "Salty O'Rourke." 8:30-9 p.m. WlVIAQ Big Story J (Pa.) Times, fichts to get a second chance for a reformed criminal. Thin.ty,Miy21 8-8:55 a.m. WILL Dlini Time- Recorded classics. ' Symphony No. 3 ia C ssuiee C.P.E. aUch String Quartet Carter 1:45-2 p.m. WILL Musician Com ments "The Bull Fiddle A Mu sical Instrument?" Clyde Thomp son. " ' . - ' . 3-3:30 ?.m. WILL Drama of Poet ryJohn Keats Y "The Eve of St Agnes." . 5-6 p.m. WILL Music of the Masters Classical recordings. ' Becklin Suite . Reger Mas V ' Stravinsky . . aunt istfT vigu , . Alrven 7-7:25 p.m. 'WMAQ Roy Roeers Show While the "King of the Cowboys" is following the route of the last pony express, he runs into a gang of rustlers operating a black market in beet. 7:30-8 p m. WSOY Cathy and El liott- Lewis Onstage Conrad War- uener searches for the lost love of his youth, finds her and tries to recapture with her the magic of a romantic yesterday, in "Conrad in Quest of Hit Youth." 8-8:30 p.m. WSOY Time for Love The great costume ball given by the Conte degli Ca petto in Rome is the setting for Masquerade and the theft of a priceless string of pearls and their replacement with imitations, with Marlene Dietrich. 8-8:30 p.m. WENR Playhouse-Two aspirmg Thespians, aided by Arthur Treacher, get their chance for stardom In a Hollywood Screen Test comedy, "The Pen Is Mightier i nan mole. 8:303 p.ra. WMAQ Show Business Old and - New Eddie Cantor plays recordings, by Eddie Fisher, the Andrews Sisters, Peggy Lee, Les Paul-Mary Ford, and Al Jolspn. 9-930 p.m.-WSOY The American Way Horace Heidt's traveling con cert show originates in Sioux City, la. . - ;, 9-9:30 p.m. WMAQ Judy Canova Show Career-seeking Judy Canova asks her boarder, Mr. Hetrtmineway, to write a movie script for her, but when it rums out to be an English drama Judy rejects it. - Friday, Miy 22 2-3 . p. m. WILL . Contemporary rrencn isiusic ixancis foulenc. . 4: 15-4:30 p.m.. -WILL i Vv'oild in Books"Killers. in . Action" by . Alex ander Lake is reviewed. Harold Brislin, reporter of Sainton I lfW Sen. Herbert Lehman (D-N.Y.) discusses U. S. immigration policies on American Forum of the Air, 1:30 p. m. today on WMAQ. 7:30-8:30 p.m.' WMAQ Best Flays Geraldine Pace, in Tennessee Williams' "Summer and Smoke," the love of a neurotic, insecure girl for a doctor which is so confused with nostalgic memories that the ro mance is unsatisfying for both. 8:30-9 p.m.. WBBM There's Music in the Air Songs by Rodgers and Hart are presented by Donald Rich ards, Frances Greer, Nancy Evans and dark Dennis. 9-9:30 p.m. WMAQ Meaning of America "The Education of Amer icans,' education' as practiced in cgn temporary America; Martin Ma- loney, Northwestern. Saturday, May 23 8:45-9 a.m. WMAQ Carnival of Books New York author Helen Fuller Orton's "Treasure in the Little. Trunk," pioneer tale of the Armstrong family's trip in a covered wagon over the Mohawk Turnpike, to. a new farm in western New York State, is reviewed and the author interviewed. 10:05-10:30 a.m. WSOY Grand Central Station Victor and Jean Jory, " father - and daughter in real life, in "Lost Year," a drama of the problems confronting a woman who' has just avra kened after losing 383 days out of her life. 11:30 a.m.-Noon WSOY Stars over Hollywood Macdonald Carey as Joel Hammond, a. Wall Street operator, acquires "A Bunch of Keys" to his success and downfall. 2-4:30 p.m. WILL Great Operas "The Reformed Drunkard" by This WmIc in Dtcatur May 17-23 (Daylight Saving Tiaae is listed fee all events) 1 TODAT Jaycee Road-l0 sate driving . eantrat for srenagrn, 9 Seers paiting lot. - , Decatur Macau County Hospital grovnd-breaking tin uunry, 2 p 4 open hottse, 2 to 5 p. sa. Bawhall, Hannibal at PrT, 2:30 ' p. a.. Fan Field. -Girl Scoot open house, 3 to S J. am. Little House. William F. Briggs miec veicc recital, 4 p. m., Kaeuper HaB. Multiple Choir Festival. First PretKy aehan and Westminster Preshreman churches, 7 p. m.. Wrttmimter. -MONDAY Baseball, Hannibal al Decatur, 7:S0 p. m.. Fans Field. - TUESDAY Church Council dinner meeting. Robert ' Bilhrimer, tpeaker, 6:30 p. a.. First M ctfaodist Conrcfa. Baseball, Paris at Dacatur, 7:30 p. t Fana Field. ' ; - Decatur High .School . musical variety , thow. 8 p. m., Kramer Gym. Louise Krincz tenior piano tccjtal, 8:19 p. ra., Albert TitIot HU. WEDNESDAY Garden dub ''Spring Parade" floatur . (how, 2 to 10 p. am, Maaneltc Temple. Sigma Arph lot annual arnior dinner, 6:30 p. ., Decatur Club. Baseball, Pan Decatur, 7:30 p. a, Fan Field. Boberr Ericksoa end Frad Beck Mat recital, 8:15 p. ., farusut HalL . THURSDAY Garden Club show, 10 i Temole. FRIDAY National Association of Postal Supervisors State convention. Hotel Or-lando. Lakeviesv High School spring band and chorus concert, g p. a. Town and Gown plav, "The Rival". . 8:15 p. ., Albert Tevlor Hall. SATURDAY Rational Aaaociation of Postal Saptf Tisors state convention, Hotel Orlando. Town and Gown play, "The Rivals'. 2:30 p. ., Albert Taylor Hall. Millikin alumni dinner, 4:30 p. asu, Meaonic Temple. TV wrestling, 8 p. at., Lake view High School. spring Farad' a, to $ p. m., Masonic Christoph W. Gluck, and TJon V erlimplin by Vittono Rieo. 4:45-5 p.m. WDZ Blini Time The Foggy, Foggv Dew Ezekiel Saw de Vheel Wrufrenpoof Song U of I Men's Glee Club, Paul Young, director; Robert Browne, speaker. ttn Scott nr. BnrleiKii MiAfungerede 5:30-6:30 p.m. VVTWAQ First performances of new RCA Victor re cordings by Arturo Toscanini and the 1BC Symphony. , Symphony in D Chermbini Prelude to Act IV (La Walls) Catalani Dance of the Water Nymphs (Lore lie 1 Cetalani Til Eulenspiegel R. Straus 6:30-7 p.m. WGN Down You Go A guessing game based on words and phrases; Dr. Bergen Evens moderates. - ' . . 7:30-8 p.m. WBBM Tarzan Tar-zan is united with'-an old friend, the tiny monkey Nltrma, in ""The Mask of Monotiki." -9-10 p.m. WGN Chicago Theater of the Air "Career Performance" by June Buckner, soprano of Chicago; Col. Robert R. McCormkk, intermission speaker. ' : r ' Television for the Week Information am these peogrtams it - furniihed by the stations and is sub- ' ject to- change. All tiaaea are "p. u" unkas otherwise ahown.. All times are daylight (aving. i KSD-TVg Channtl 5 - St. Louis -C'v" SUNDAY, MAT 17 54 JO Solemn Pontifical High Mast, Archbishop Ritter celebrant . . 6:30 Mister Peepers 7:00 Comedy Hour 8. -00 Television Playhouse : : 9rO0 The Doctor 9:30 Little Symphony 4 ' ' 10:00 Playhouse of Start : 10:30 My Link Margi ' . 11:00 Foreign Intrigue .' 11:30 What's My Line ' 12:00 Our Mist Brooks 12:30 a. m. Film. . MONDAY, MAY 18 6:00 Popular Science 6:15 Dottye Bennett Show 6:30 Carl Mdntire Presents 6:45 Newt Caravan- 7:00 Paul-WincheU 7:30 Howard Barlow's Orchestra 8:00 Mama - 9:00 Robert Montgomery Theater 9:30 Who Said That tOKKJ Studio On 11:15 Chsnce of a Lifrtime 11:45 Red Bunon , 12:11 Film . . - ' TUESDAY, MAY It 6:00 Jan Frnraen 6:15 Dotrv Bennett Show 6:30 Dinah Shorn 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Circus Hour 8K0 Fireside Theater 8:30 Circle Theater . 9. -00 Tw for th Money 9:30 Favorite Story 10:00 Toast of Town 11:00 Ken Murray 11:30 The Web 12:00 Victory at Sea fibs WEDNESDAY, MAY 20 K0 Armchair Adventure - 6:15 Dottye Bennett Show 6:30 Edd Fisher 6:45 New Caravan 7.-O0 I Married Joan 7:30 Dragnet 8:00 Television Theater 9:00 Boxing " 9:45 Sports 10:00 Douglas Fairbanks 10:30 Arthur Godfrey 11:15 TV Theater THURSDAY, .MAY 21 6:00 Mindy Carson 6:15 Dotty Bennett Show ' - 6:30 Dinah Shot .-' 6:45 New Caravan 70 Groucho Man 7:301 Lew Lacy 8:00 Orzie and Harriett 8:30-9:30 Bishop Fulton J. Sheen 9:30 March of Tiaae .. . 10:00 Boston Blacks 10:30 Arthur Godfrey Show 11 KM Draajer 11:30 T-Mea ia Actio. 12 m Fu -12:30 . m New . : . FRIDAY, MAT 22. 6K)0 Sports Extra . 6:15 Greatest Fights -'...' 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6.-45 News Caravan 7:00 Dennis Dap . ,. , 7:30 Life of Riley 8KKV Burns and Ataea - 8:30 Aldrieh Family - t . 9i00 Basing . . ,.' 9:45 China Smith 10:15 The Big Playback -10:30 Big Town , 11 KM Newt 11:45 Ekva45 TheMas 12:15 Film, j . . . .- SATURDAY. MAY 23 " 6:00 Stranger Than Ficooa 6:15 Parade of Magic 6:30 Ethel and Albert 7.-00 My Hero - 7:30 Amateur Hour r, 8KX Your Show of Show 9:30 Wrestling . . '...-'.'-., 1 IrOO Surpense 1 1:30 Arthur Godfrey Talent Seaaua u-w-aasea ox ia WHBF, Channel 4 Rock Island, III. SUNDAY, MAY 17 6:00 Toast of the Town 7:00 Fred Waring 7:30 Ken Murray - 8:00 The Web 8:30 What's My Lin 9.-00 Chance of Lifetim 9:30 Mystery Theatre 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard 10:10 Sanatone Hour 11:30 Sign Off , MONDAY, MAY 18 6. -00 Bums Allen 6:30 Godfrey Talent Scouts 7:00 Buddies of the Airplanes 7:30 Red Buttons Show 8:00 Studio One 9:00 Where Wat I 9:30 Weather Show - . 9:35 New 9:45 Chronoscope 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard TUESDAY, MAY 19 , 6:00 To Be Announced 6:30 Th Big Issue 7. -O0 City Hospital 7:30 Death Valley Dave 8:00 Danger 8:30 Toe Names the Sana ' 9:00 Four Star Playhouse 9:30 Weather 9:35 New. 9:45 Ian From an 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard ' ' WEDNESDAY, MAY 20 - 60 Arthur Godfrey . 7:00 Boston Blackie - 7:30 Man Against Crinn 8:00 Boxing .. - s:45 Sports Spot ' 9:00 Doug Fairbanks Jr. Presents . 9:30 Weather Show . 9:35 New 9:45 Etchings on Ivory 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard 10:10 Speedway News : THURSDAY, MAY 21 6:00 Life With Luisd - "' 6:30 Orrie and Harriet ' , ' 7.-0O Video Theatm 7:30 Big Town 8:00 My Little Margi 8:30 Racket Squad 9:00 Favorite Stories 9:30 Weather Show ; 9:35 News 9:45 lane Froman . 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard . FRIDAY, MAY 22 - 6:00 Johns Hopkins Review 6:30 My Friend Irm 7:00 Playhouse of Stars ' 7:30 Superman 8:00 Twenty Questiona 8:30 Down You Go 9.-O0 Rocky. King 9:30 Weather Show 9:35 News 9:45 -Etchinas on tvnrt- - - - ww-nasrsuu innwem ' SATURDAY, MAT 23 6:00 Jjscki Gsessoa - -7:00 This it Show Buaine -7:301 Lov Lacy 8 KM Troabb With Fiibt a:3V wrestuni - 9:00 Sports 9:15 Wrestl 10K Film 10:30 Baseball Scoreboard . VtTBM-TV, ChannoltS Indianapolis '' . SUNDAY. MAT 17 60 Mvaterr Iheaaet. 6:30 Private Secretary 7:00 Toast of the Town 8:00 Fred Waring 8:30 Ken Murray 9HI0 The Web ' 9:30 rbe Said IVst tewt Review 10:15 Dilemma 10:30 What My Lfnef 11-00 Comedy Hoar MONDAY, MAT .it , 6 :00 Weatherboard 6K)5 Johnny Winn Trto - 6:25 Sports Brief 6:30 Sports 6:45 Telenews 7:00 Bums and AHen 7:30 Talent Scouts 8:00 I Love Lacy 8:30 Dangerous Assignment 9:00 Studio On 10.-O0 Weather Man 10:10 Miniature . 10:15 Gilbert Forbes. 10:30 TV Mailbag 10:45 Music in The Night 10:55 Sports 11 KM) Twenty Questions . 11:30 Rogert Hour 12:30 Night Owl Theater TUESDAY. MAT 19 6:00 Weather 6:05 Jane Cramer Sings - 6:25 Easy Gardening 6:30 Perry Como . 6:45 Telenewa 7:00 Life I Worth Living ' 7:30 Orrie and Harriett 8:00 TB A 8:15 Baseball 10:00 Weather Man 1 0: 1 0 Mmiaturea 10:15 Charles Laughton 10:30 Music in the Night 11:00 Red Top Theater 11:30 My Little Margi 12:00 March of Time 12:30 Night Owl Theater WEDNESDAT, MAT 10 6.-00 Weather 6:05 Johnny Winn Trio 6:25 Dee Sweet . , 6:30 Sports . 6:45 Telenewa r-' ' -, .- 7:00 Arthur Godfrey 80 Test the Press 8:10 Tun of the Day 8:25 Sport Brief 8:40 Man Again! film 9:00 Boxing 9:45 Suoiisw1 10:00 Weatherman - -10:10 Miniature 10:15 Gilbert Forbe 10:30 Outdoor Lif 10:35 Music in the Night 10:45 YetterdtVe Newaraal 11KK Roger Hour 12.-00 Night Owl Theater THURSDAY, MAT 21 6:00 Weather 6:05 Songs by Gloria 6:25 Easy Gardening .... 6:30 Perry Como 6:45 Telenewa 7KW DePauw- Univ. 7:30 Death Valley Days 8.-O0 Ramar 8:30 Big Town -" 9:00 Boston Blackie : 9:30 Washington Spotlight 9:45 Armchair AdvexttBSS 10:00 Weatherman 1 0: 0 Miniature 10:15 Gilbert Forbes - , 10:sO Madison Sqaar Gardaa 10:45 Music in the Night -110 Th Eleventh Hoar 12.-00 Down Yea Go 12:30 Naght Owl Theater ' FRIDAY, MAT 21 6:00 Weather - 65 Johnny Winn Traa ' 6:25 TV News 6:30 Sport 6.-5 Tehmews 7tOO 99 Harsioznai 7:15 Kenny Jaeger 7:30 My frieoTlril i 8K)0 Plavhoaaa af ! 8:3t Oar Mma Bmoka 9r0OKaL0QSttasr FatilMawatap Jtm ' 30 Muboa DoUat Wajho 10:00 Weatsasaaaa . 10:10 Mtraatare - IChlSGilhert Feats ' . 10:30 Gceateat Fights 10:43 Music in the Night ; -10:55 Sports Final llKXt Mysaery Hour 12:30 Spartoa Thraser . ' SATURDAY. MAT IS 6:00 Cioacho Mars 6 30 Bear the Clock : 7H)0 Jackie Glraaoa ' 8.-00 Favorite Story . a:au t usu I m SW I 90 Wrestliag 10K0 Aaaaaeatl , It: 30 Life Begin at SO titws sua it 12:31 u new T Taaa 0 Bargain Theater

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