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40 RADIO DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Decatur, Illinois, Sunday, May 31, 1953. Better Radio Programs for fhe Weelf By Walter Kirby Valse Melancolique in t minor , Symphony in C major ... (allegro yi Sunday, May 31 '1 1,15-11:30 a. m. WSOY Millikin Brings You Last in a series of Alusical Masterworks. 'Tschaikowiky yivo) Bizet 11:45 a. m.-noon . WDZ. Listen, Ladies "Religious Education in Decatur," a preview of the summer Daily Vacation Bible School, directed by Mrs. Russell Oplinger. 11:45 a. m.-noon WMAQ It's a Small World The interests of the women of Greece will be the chief topic of conversation when Mrs. Elima Nicholas Pantelaki of Athens is interviewed by Mrs. Louise Leonard Wright, Noon-12:15 p. rb.' WILL Best Short Stories Guy de Maupassant's "A Traveler's Story.". Noon-12:30 p. m. WMAQ Eternal Light A biographical drama of the late Dr. Joshua Loth Liebman, the distinguished rabbi who wrote the best selling Peace of Mind. . 12:30-12:55 p. m. WBBM Invita tion to Learning Honore de Balzac's novel about shopkeepers and bourgeois life in Paris during the Restoration, "Cesar Birorteau" is discussed by Jay Richard Kennedy, author of current best seller "Prince Bart," and Maxwell Geismar, his torian and critic. 12:30-1 p. m. WDZ I Was a Com Bunist for the FBI Matt Cvetic (Dana Andrews) exposes a Carib bean dictator fronting for the Reds behind a mask of love for his coun try. i 12:30-1 p. m. WMAQ University of Chicago Round Table "How Can Medical Education Be Better Financed?". Dr. Lowell Coggeshall, University of Chicago; Dr. Joseph Hinsey, Cornell; Dr. Vernon Lip-pard, Yale, Dr. Franklin Murphv, University of Kansas. 12:30-1:30 p. m. WILL Illini Faculty Concert Series-The Walden Quartet of the University of Illinois. 1-1:15 p. m. WDZ Book Peddler-Willie" off the air until June 7 at 11:45 a. to. ' . .I ;'y 1-1:30 p. m. WBBM String Serenade Alfredo Antonini and the orchestra; Maurice Wilk, violin soloists. ' . ' - Retain to Paradise "" ' 4 Tiomlrin Louisiana. Belle " Foster Deep Rivet Trad. Carissima Antonini-Melamcd Flirtatious Jig " " : Cowell . Serenade to a Lemonade Rose Thine Alone ; Herbert Suite for Strings (lit movement ' Foote 1:30-2 p. m. WMAQ American Forum of the Air Mutual Security Director Harold E. Stassen, giving his first public discussion of his current tour of the, Middle East following his return to this country, will be interviewed by Senators Frank Carlson (R-Kan) and Guy Gillette (D- Iowaj and Representatives James sonalities. t . music cum- Devereaux (R-Md) and Laurie Bat tle (D-Ali)..;; J ' 1:30-3 p. m. WSOY World Music Festival Tames mentaton Santa Cecilia Orchestra of Rome - with ' Leopdid Stokowski, guest conductor. -.'''.' - . . Toccata and Fugue. ,' - V , . in' D minor t Bach-Stokowski Four Sardinian Dances . (Nnraghi), " ' - Pomno , Symphony No. 1 in. C minor Brahms 2:15-2:30 p.-m. WMAQ . Youth Brings You - Music Two Maine musicians, Reginald Hachey, 19,'of Winslow.'and flutist Joel Hupper, 22, of Brunswick. Prelude (Andante Con Mow) No. 2 Gershwin , Prelude No. 3 (Allegro ' Ben Ritmato) Gershwin Song, Op. 9, No. 1 MacDowell . Concerto No. 6 in B flat r Couperin 2:30-2:45 p. m. WMAQ Let's Talk Turkey In' observance of 500th anniversary of the fall of Constantinople. 2:30-3 p. rri. WGN Northwestern Reviewing Stand "Is r There a World Population Problem?" E. B. Espehshade, Northwestern; Philip Hauser, University of Chicago; lohn INuveen, president, LJiicajo Sunday Evening Club? Harold Williamson, Northwestern.' 3-3:30 p. m. WSOY "The World Today Don ' Hollenbeck presents interviews with newsmen . at home and overseas with the latest develop' ments in current world affairs and sidelights on leading events and per- 3-3:30 p. in. WMAQ GI "Ji Leaving the Army after service In three wars, Frisco Harrigan receives a little Buddha as a gift from the soldiers of Baker Company, in" the case of "The Buddha With the Smiling Eyes." 30-4 p. m. WSOY On a Sunday Afternoon-r-For cool and easy' lis tening outside the living room, light entertainment with live and record ed music by nation's favorite bands and vocalists, news, weather and traffic reports, baseball scores, with Eddie Gallaher. ; 4-4:30 p. m. WMAQ The Chase A strange obsession drives a pup peteer to the creation of a puppet that is the incarnation ot evil, in Lucifer." v '-' - -5 p. m. WILL Little Orchestra Society Concerts Daniel Abrams, pianist. . '". '' ' funn concerto no. 4in G major - Beethoven :30-5 p. m. WSOY Choral Sym phony Dr. Frank Black, conductor; Floyd Sherman, tenor soloist. My , Moonlight Madonna Scom-Fibich Sunday's Radio Programs WSOY-FM 102.1 MC CBS WSOY 134 KC-CB? ' WSOY-FM Special St. Louis Cards vs. Chicago Cubs Game Time 1:25 p. m. WDZ 1050 KC WMAQ 670 KC NBC WGN 120 KC MBS WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC 7 AM News - Air Chapel News; Farm Revue Revival Hour fAM :l Karamu Quartet World Newt Farm Revue " -,. :IS :M Morning Gathering St. Francis Hoot Emie Simon " tti Living Faith " ' . "'- I l 8AMNazaren Hots Comic Weekly - Newa Roundup News; Simon Radio Bible Class . - a" AM : . '' " Good News ' " , - " .. V:" It Sundar School Lesson Comic Man Emit Simon Favorite Hymnl VM " ; " " Health Talk ' KjAt 9 AM Family Worship Gov Lombardo Radio Parada- News; Simon Funnies . AM :IS Pilgrim Lutheran ' .. Emie Simon Little Brown Church ll'1' :3 Rhythms on Request Shopptng Memo Art of Living " . M:Mf :4 " Camera Club Radio Parade - ' - " ' V. "l" fl?? Z World News We're Downtown . News; Simon Voice of Prophecy "tl AM I I l ii - Sunday Pop Farad " Emie Simon 'II I I:M Z - ... The Christian III' JLVS " Sunday Devotional ' - " - " JLVS UTT?.0' Melody Sundar Devotional Men Who Sing News; Simon Mesagc of Israel -4 -4 :IS UUilan Brings You ' " Emie Simon " I I :I! M Keys of Melody ( " - Jin, Mills Show Reform Church . I I M Listen Ladies Small World " ? ' XXt 4 AFMfunda Serenade World News Eternal Light News; Melody Memos Voice of the Terltel - CktU ':IS Serenade; News Drama of Medicine " Lanny Ross " J "1 :lt :M Manneo Melodies Communist for FBI Round Tablo - Musical Moods Amateur Hoot I :M JLlmjM " T Musical Moods; Newt " XaWt IfM Record Varieties Book Peddler Catholic Hour Commentary . ...- . -at M Music " " - "I ,,j -. Summer Music Festrl St. Louis Browns American Forum Music in the Air , Wings of Healing I :M S Chicago White Sox . " Sen. H. Ferguson " I -at 2 " Doublcheader Critic At Large Music Market Lutheran Hour a7lVn Z " Youth Brings Musie " . .. Z-' '" "-" '" . " - r- Let-, Talk Turkey f Rerlewirig Stand Herald 'of Trsirk - : , i m Elmo Roper . " " Um 3IM The World Today " CI Jot i Music Market : Rrrival Hoax '.. ff.'M :IS f jf . FIS J Sunday Afternoon . The Golden Fleec " ' M ' " . fjM 4M Memory Tim The Chase ' The Shadow Light k Lift M :IS Sammy Kaye . " . - " K . ft H Remember When ' " Counter-Spy ; True Detective This Week in Music . t-Lje zi " " " J ;4j 5 Sunday Almanac " Hi Gardner Music Market Monday Headline HlrJ , " Meet the Veep " Don ComeU K:l M Our Mist Brooks " . Washington Report " Billy Graham 1 1 M " . Final Newt ' , . fJM 61 WSOY 1340 KC CBS PM Jack Benny Richard Diamond WSOY-FM 102.1 MC CBS Jack Benny WMAQ WGN C70 KC NBC 720 KC MBS Youth Wants to Know Lutheran Hour WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC Church in the Home Richard Diamond . Mr Son Jeep Voice of Prophecy National Vespers 61 7" PM Bergen & McCarthy Bergen & McCarthy Harris ft Faye Show Radio Bible Class Fine Ant Quartet stwPM !je My Little Margie Mr Little Margie Theater Guild Back to God Folk Music I jX M " " " - I rt 8PM H. Playhouse H. PUyhouse News; 720 Club Walter Winchell . f PM :IS ' , - . ' . 720 Club Tavlor Grant; Newt V:' :3( December bride December Bnde Dragnet " Folk Music -) s " " - " Jm 9 PM Telephone Quia Telephone Quit ( Barrie Craig News: 720 Club - Paul Harvey Newt i PM :IS " " " 720 Club Folk Music 1 1 :ls :3 Mantorani Mantovani Meet The Press Enchanted Hour Revival Tim Jf :J 45 John Derr, Sports John Derr, Sports " " . 11 At .4 PM Newt , News News On Wings of Song Folk Music -4 I l is Senator Dirksea Senator Dirksea UN Story " Pastor J. C. O'Hair III' I 1 1:3 Europe Story Europe Story ; Backpage Bulletins ' Newt Songs n tho Night III' XV -i " DlT' M ' Lutheran Vespert 'r v Xrl News; Band ' News; Band News ' Youth on the March -4 4 :IS Dance Band Dance Band The Chez Show Musical Portrait " I :l J Dance Band Dance Band " Dance Band As We See It II :M " " " - " Business Voice J.X:4S " ! , Monday's Radio Programs 61 WSOY-FM 102.1 MC CBS WSOY . 1340 KC CBS ' AM Rooster Club Morning Devotion News; Sangamon Sangamon Special wt 1050 KC Neightpon; Arnold Neighbors; Newt American Quartet Neighbor!; Sports WSOY-FM Special-St. Louis Cards vs. Oiicago Cubs Game Time 1:25 p. m. WMAQ 670 KC NBC Norman Rom n Ross; New WGN "20 KC MBS Farm Hour Bill Evans Show WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC Farm Bulletin Board Dolph Hewitt Health Talk News AM World News Roundup Rhythm Ranch Norman Ross tierala . world Newt Ross; Newt Local Newt; Musi 400 Hour , Local NewsMusical Clock 400 Hour;- Newt 61 7 AM World Nev :1$ Morning M T. N. f . ,4 T.N.T., Bill Evans Show Red B lan chard Newt; Weather Newt 71 AM News of America usual Seconds 8 AM N :IS M 3Te Tello Test Nancr's Notebook Breakfast Club Your Neighbor Music That SLsgt Newt Newt Johnson Family Breakfast Club . 81 101 11 AM Arthur Godfrey Kitchen Club Welcome Traveler t lau Reporten Newt ' Back to the Bible Double or Nothing Newt Virginia Gale Victor Lindlahr Your Figure, Ladies M True Story Whispering Streets ' When t Girl Marries 91 AM Arthur Godfrey Betty Lane Rosemary Shopper's Serenade Hospitality Program Wendy Warren Let's Talk About For the Ladies Dr. Crane Helen Trent - American Quartet Woman's Hr; Weather Man on the Street Strike It Rich . The Phrase that Pays Bob Hope Show Ladies Fair ' Queen for a Day Kitchen Club News; Notes Turn to e Friend 10 News Curt Mtstey Tim 'Victor Lindlahr News Here's Norman Rest Tello Test Rots; News Newt Jack Berth Show The Buccaneers Charles AnteQ HI 121 PM Newt; Jack Carton World Newt jacK carton ouow News; Markers Noon News ( Music; Farm Newt Rhythms at Random Farm Reporter Mary McnyEeld . Cedric Foster, News Nests; Markets " Musical Carnival Markets; Farm Notes Luncheon Antics- Market Repot let ' Dinner Bell Time - " - - - -. News " 1 2 PMTbe Bookshelf :li ferry Mason oa Nora Drake Brighter Day 12 Chapel of the Air Musie St. Louis Cards Chicago Cubs Wed Howard Howard; New Dave Garroway Jane Pickens 1 Your Favorite Song Harold Turner Charles Kather Noontime News . School Time Bob Archer' Preaena PM Around Town: New :ll House Party : :Jt - , M Aunt Jenny f Life Can Be Beautiful Ni Road of Life Rigft't Youns Familv to nappi Newt; McBnde M. Margaret McBrJde Bob Atcher Presents. Feature Foods . I M TPM - 'm - Wr4l 3i PM Hilltop Hoot :IS Road of Life :M Ma Perkint i Young Dc Malen Backstage Wife Stella Dallas Widdei Brown Woman in My House Newt Earl Nightingale Cal Tinney " . - . ' . Charles AnteD Paul Harvey 4 PM s PM Guiding Light ocores; oar now Bar None Ranch Uncle Remus The Showcase Jim Seaney Show iust Plain Bill :ront Page Farrell ' Lorenzo Jones The Doctor's Wife News; Simon Emie 'Simon Beulas Karaey Hits with. Hubbtrd P fM Scores; Crosby jrosoyt lour roucy Jim Seaney Show rk,:II .l:H News; Record AlbumSports; New , Lowe)) Thomas Final Net": Newt . Wed Howard v New -. Bobby Benson , Wjld Bill Hickok Hickoki Newt Newt; Hubbtrd Hit Hit with Hubbard Newt; Hubbard Hit 4 PM . PM :5i aJtJW II 3 This team of CBS radio newsmen will broadcast the coronation ceremony and procession of Queen. Elizabeth II Tuesday -from key points in London. "They are, from the left, top tow: Edward R. Murrow, Alexander Kendriclc, Richard Hottelet and Howard K. Smith. Bottom: Robert Trout, David Schoenbrun, Paul Niven and Ned Calmer. . Go Down. Motes The Blue Room (The Girl - Friend) Trad. Rodgers 30-6 p. m. WMAQ Pre-Corona- tion Series "London on the Eve. ' 6:30 p. m. WMAQ Youth Wants to Know Sir Roger Malum, British ambassador to the U. S. is questioned by 40 teen-age students on topics ot their own choosing. :30-7 v. m. WSOY Richard Dia mond, Privste Detective A Bolivi- pitchbiende mine, a missine American, and a group of Commu nist conspirators figure in the iirst adventure, with Dick Fowell. 30-7 p. m. WMAQ My Son, eep Supper time in the household of JJoc Allison is an occasion tor getting patient papa in the mood to shell out for the latest project. -7:30 "p. m. WSOY Bersen-Mc- Carthy Show William Powell will be Edgar s guest and LJiarlie s vic tim. 30-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Theater Guild on the Air Jean Arthur stars in "The Grand Tour," Elmer Rice's tender plav about t school teacher ron her first European trip. 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Hallmark Play- house-r-.'.'The Helping Hand, in memory of W. Freeland Kendricks, the man who founded Shriners hospital for crippled children. 9:30-10 p. ta. WGN Enchanted Hour Baritone, Bruce Foote sings ight classics; Walter Steindel, con ductor. ..''.' 9:3M0 p. m. WMAQ Meet the Press Sen. Robert A. Taft, guest. 9:45-10 p. m. WSOY John Derr Sports CBS director of sports, new series of sportscasts featuring reviews of the top sports development of the weekend. ' 10:15-10:30 p. m. WMAQ UN Story The story about the courage of U. N. doctors in battling infectious disease, in spite of obstacles from tornadoes to tropic heat, in "Crusade in tho Philippines." Monday, June 1 8-8:55 a. m. WILL Illini Time- Recorded classics. Scottish Fantasy for Violin and ' Orchestra Bruch Sea Drift . Debus Sousa Lave Fillmore Bond McLaughlin teKoret 1-1:15 p. m. WSOY From the Bookshelf "I Was Stalin's Prison er by Kobert vogeier, a description of the author's experiences in a Russian prison and of special interest because of William Oatis' recent re lease, is reviewed by Muriel Perry, head librarian, Decatur public li brary. 5-6 p. m. WILL Music of the Mas tersClassical recordings. 1 he uorsair" overture Beruoz Symphony No. 1 in D major Mahler 15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM You and the , Coronation CBS radio newsmen gathered in London will report (coronation Lve activities, 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY .Suspem Ronald Colrnan in- "Vision of Death," the strange and terrifying story of a team of night-club mind readers who discover one. night that their act isn't a fake after all, with Mary Jane Croft. V 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Railrcad Hour A musical version of James M. Barrie s "Quality Street, with Gordon MacRae and guest soprano Dorothy Warenskiold. fjuality Street Dragon . The Lass with the Delicate Air Arne Invitation to the Dance . ton Weber . Oh, Dear, What Can the ' Matter Be? Trad. Believe Me. If All Those Endearing Young Charm Moore Minuet in G Beethoven 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Voice of Fire stone; Robert Rounseville, tenor; Howard Barlow, conductor. When the Boyt Com Home Arkn Oh. Promise Me. DeKoven Licbesfreud Kreisler - Ah Leve-Toi Sokil (Romeo end Juliet) , Gounod The Ene Canal ' Folk Song entrance ot ine masterttnger -x (Die Meistersinger) IvVaj - Amor Amor . Ruiz 8-9 p. m. WSOY Lux Summer The ater William Holden in Maxwell Anderson's' "High Tor," story of a man's battle to protect his mountain property trom real estate promoters. 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Telephone Hour Bidu Sayao, soprano; Donald Voorhees, director. Dancing in the Dark (The Bandwagon) Schwartz f Maman, dites-moi art. Weckerlin La Huella (Due Danze) Aeuirre Till the Sandman Cornea Salta Mi Ranchito Sandoval La Ronde des Lutins Bazzini Connaif tu le pays (Mignon) Thomas 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Band of America Paul Lavallc directs the band and the Green and White Quartet. The Goldfn JubilftB March Pomp and Circumstanct United Press Much Circus Bee March 1 Love Ton IruJr The Bride Wore Bint Oh; Promise Me DeKoven Wedding; March (Midsummer Night s Dream) Mendelssohn Gloria March . , Lose? 9-9:30 p. m. WMAQ Northerners Earle Wilkie, baritone; the octet and the ensemble. Land of Hope and Glory Elgar u ye iven jonn reel KJia nneiun Cargoes Dooson Comt to the Fair Martin Cruising Down the Hirer Tollerton Summer Is Icumen In Trad. When I Was a Lad (Pinafore) Sullivan Men of Harlech Welsh God Save the Queen Trad. 9:55-10 p. m. WSOY Sen. Paul H Douglas and his wife, former Illinois congresswoman, Emily Taft Douglas. Tuesday, Juni 4:30-5:30 a. m. WSOY On-thc-scene coverage of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth in London. 6:45-7:45 a. m. WMAQ Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. 8-9 a. m. WSOY Coronation- Continuation of Coronation cere monies and beginning of procession returning to Buckingham Palace. 11:30-11:45 . "m. WILL This Great Wide World "Sven Waxell- Chronicler of Arctic Disaster. 2:05-3 p. m. WGN Mary Marcarct McBride reports on the Coronation. 2:45-3:15 WMAQ Address -of Queen Elizabeth. 15-4:15 p: m. WSOY Coronation Portion of Queen Elizabeth's first post-Coronation address to the British Empire, and review of the day's events. 4-5 p. m. WILL Humanities Lec ture Some Cultural -Tendencies ifi the Time of Tames Fennimore Cooper Prof. Howard Mumford Jones, Harvard. , 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM You and the Coronation Highlights and sidelights of the event will be reported. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Mr. and Mrs. Nortri A flirtatious young matron in a suburban community provokes Kiss of . Death when she at tempts to conceal her indiscretions from her husband. ! 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ First Niohter "The Little Theater off Times Square" at a new period with Bar bara Luddy and Olan soule. 8-8:45 p. m. WENR America's Town Meeting "Is Advertising Responsible for Our High Standard of Living? Nadine Miller, presl dent, Advertising Women of New York; Dr. Harry Oideonse, president, Brooklyn College. 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Martin and Lewis Show Screen actor Jeff Chandler joins Dean and Jerry in a game of Indians and undoubtedly it will wind up with plenty of red faces and rutiled leathers. 8:05-9 p. m. WGN Coronation Highlights Descriptions of Queen Elizabeth s leave-taking from Buck ingham Palace, tormal procession through London's streets to West minster Abbey, the ceremony itself and her departure. 8:30-9 . m. WSOY Mv Frienrl Irma The sport of lines takes oh aspects of high comedy when Mane Wilson is Irma goes to the track and bets on the unlikeliest horse in the Thursday, June 4 8-8:55 a. m. WILL Illini Time Recorded classics. Serena t. for Violin. Cello, Clari net. Truranet and Bassoon Declaratives for Women'e - Chona and Orcnettrt Catella Phillip! 1:45-2 p. m. WILL Musician Com ments The Clarinet Infant Prodigy of the Orchestra" William Stubbins. 1:15-1:30 p. m. WSOY Listen, W 1 tan - w 1 . Lames Religious education in Decatur," a preview of the summer Daily Vacation Bible School, directed by Mrs. Russell Oplinger. 4-4:30 p. m. WILL Studio Theater Richard Brinsley Sheridan's "The Rivals. 7-7:30 P: m. WSOY FBI in Peace and War Federal agents break a race track racket in "The Big Kill-ing." 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Broadway Playhouse Arlene Dahl in "No Man of Her Own," story of voune woman who faces sudden dangers because she is the victim of a mistake in identity. 8:30-9 p. m. WGN President Dwight D. Eisenhower's report to the people on the accomplishments of his administration. 9-9:30 p. m. WMAQ Bob Hope Program Henry . , Fonda, who is touring in "Point of No Return," heard with Hope in comic ver sion of that play. 9:30-10 p. m. WMAQ Talk bv President Eisenhower. 9:55-10 p. m. WSOY This I Be lieve Wilson Harris, editor, "The Spectator," London, England, Wednesday; Amy Howard, book llustrator, Thursday; Dr. Alvin ohnson, founder, "New School for Social Research," Friday. 10:30-11 p. m. WSOY President Dwicht D. Eisenhower's report to the nation on the accomplishments of his administration to date taped. race. 9:15-10 p. m. WSOY Coronation Review of the day, including the Coronation, highlights of the Queen's address and a recapitulation of the events and color of the day. Widmsdiy, June 3 ; 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Library Presents "Outdoor Recreation Dr. William Randall, assistant professor of recreation, U of L 3-3:30 p. m. WILL Drama of Poetrv "Poetry and Drama in the Bible." 5-6 p. m. WILL1 Music of the Mas ters Classical recordings. Leonore Overture No. 3 Beethoven Violin Concerto in D major Beethoven 7-7:25 p. m. WMAQ Roy Rogers Show Paradise Vallev celebrates its 75th anniversary, with unexpected excitement, in the adventure of "The Last Stage Coach." 8-8:30 p. m. WENR Playhouse- Movie and stage stars Rex Harrison and wife, Lilli Palmer, in Ferenc Molnar's "The Guardsman." 9-9:30 p. m. WSOY The American Wav Horace Heidt's traveling concert show originates in Wenatch- ee, u ash. Friday, June 5 2-3 p. m. WILL Contemporary French Music Claude Delvin- court; Georges Auric 4:15-4:30 p. m. WTLL World in Books "11. S. 40" by George R. Stewart is reviewed. 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Escape "A Good Thing", the adventure of two brothers who venture into head-hunter country only to discover their real danger lies in the hate between them. 8:30-9 p. m. WTBBM There's Music in the Air Camilla Williams, so prano. New York City Center Opera, guest. i ii n inn Avun turner Svreet) Coward Smnrthinff Wonfferfnl CKinfi and I) Bodgert Allez-Vout-En (Can-Can) Porter Saturday, June 6 8:45-9 a. m. WMAQ Carnival of Books John Hike's "First Book of Snakes" a scientifically accurate story of snakes, written for young people in a simple, factual manner, is reviewed. 10:05-10:30 a. m. WSOY Grand Central Station In "Star Light, Star Bright" a little girl's wish con-J cems a daddy the child has never seen, and when her father does appear, he falls short of her ideal, with Dorothv sands, Mason Adams, Frank Maxwell and Lynn Loring. 1 1 :30 a. m.-noon WSOY Stars Over Hollywood Glamorous Arlene Dahl, screen star and newspaper This Week in Decatur May 31 -June 6 . (Daylight Saving Time it listed for : ' all erentt) , , TODAY Antique Show, 11 a. at. to 10: SO p. m.. Hotel Orlando. Junior high school ttudentt recital, 3 p. m., Kaeuper Hall. MONDAY BaaebaH, Mt. Vernon at Decatur, 7:50 p. m.. Tan 'a Field. TUESDAY Industrial Relations Club annual play -dav, 1 p. m., South Side Country Club. Lakeview High School commencement, . 8 p. m. WEDNESDAY Baseball, Hannibal at Decatur, 7:30 p. m.. Fan's Field. THURSDAY Baseball, Hannibal at Decatur, 7:30 p. m., Fan't Field. FRIDAY Association of Commerce legislative dinner, 6:30 p. m.. Hotel Orlando. SATURDAY Pandora Players. "Blithe Spirit", 8:40 p. m.. Blue Mound Outdoor Theater. Hospital Door Problem Marblehead, Mass. (AP) An "open door" policy has de-laved the opening of the new hos pital in this town by the delivery of some doors ot the wrong size and the non-delivery of others. The hospital building committee now estimates that the new hospital will open its doors about Labor Dav. columnist, as the widowed wife of service man in "Remember Bill. 12:30-1 p. m. WSOY City Hotpf- tal Dr.. Joseph Grant, director of the research laboratory'' .and Dr. Larry Evans, his assistant, find tht culmination of two year of mearch in Answer at Midnight. 2-4:30 p. m. WILL Great Operas Giuseppe Verdi's "II TiTOtore." 4:45-5 p. ra. WDZ Illini Time-Undergraduates in the School -of Music, U. of I. Menueno (String Quartet to O) Mflttat The Trough Welcome ear. Beallnmat Romance ( Concerto in 6) WieniaweU Hora Staccato - Drnicn-Hetfets 5:30-6:30 p. m. WMAQ NBC Summer Symphony Walter Hendl, conductor. Svmphon? No. 1 Is D A Night on Bald Mountain Excerpta from "Die Meistersinger" rreiude to Act ill Dance of the Apprentice Procession of the Maateningea 7-7:30 p. m. WGN 20 Question. Brooklyn Dodger pitcher Carl Erskine, guest. 7:30-8 p. m. WBBM Tarzan Tarazan encounters a man who believes himself too powerful for the law, in "The Night Riders of Tom-kai." 9-10 p. m. WGN Chicago Theater of the Air Herbert Moore, lyric tenor, from Lombard, Illinois, in his "career performance." Mouaaiegaliy Wagner Television for the Week Information en these programs It furnished by the stations end it subject to change. All times are "p. as." unless otherwise shown. All timet ere daylight saving. KSD-TV, Channel 5 St. Louis SUNDAY, MAY 31 6:00 Red Skelton 6:30 Mister Peepert 7:00 Comedy Hour t:0t) Television Playhouse 9:00 The Doctor 9:30 Little Svmnhonr 10:00 Playhouse of. Sura 10:30 My Little Margie 1:00 rmriaa lntneuc 11:30 What's Mr Liner1 12:00 Our Mitt Brooks 12:30 a. m. Film. MONDAY, JUNE 1 :00 Popular Science 6:15 Dottye Bennett Show 6:30 Carl Mclnrire Present 6:4S Newt Caravan 7:00 Paul Winchell 7:30 Howard Barlow't Orchestra 8:00 Mama 9:00 Robert Montgomery Theater 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 Studio One 11:1? Chance of a Lifetime 1 1:45 Tour Big Moments 12:15 Film TUESDAY, JUNE 2 9:00 Coronation Coverage . 6:00 lane Froman 6:15 Dottye Bennett Show 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 Newa Caravan 7:00 Milton Eerie 8:00 Fireside Theater. 8:30 Circle Theater 9:00 Two for the Money 9:30 Coronation Coverate 11:00 News 11:15 Ken Murray 11:30 The Web 12:00 Victory t Set HI. . WEDNESDAY. JUNE 6:00 Armchtir Adventure 6:15 Dottye Bennett Show 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 Newt Caravan 7:00 I Married Joan 7:30 Dragnet 8:00 Television Theatre 9:00 Boring 9:45 Snorts 10:00 Douglas Fairbanb' 10:30 Arthur bodfrey 11:15 TV Theater THURSDAY, JUNE 4 6:00 Mindy Carson 6:15 Dottye Bennett Show 6:30 Dinah Shore 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Groucho Mars 7:30 I Love Lucy 8:00 Oztje and Harriett 8:30 Theater 9:00 Martin Kane 9:30 March of Tim 10:00 Boston Blackie 10:30 Arthur Godfrey Shew 11:00 Danger 11:30 T-Men in Actio. 12 m Film 12:30 a. m. Newa FRIDAY, JUNE J 6:00 Sports Extra 6:15 Greatest Fight 6:30 Eddie Fisher 6:45 Newt Caravan 7:00 Dennis Day 7:30 Life of Riley 8:00 Burnt and Allen 8:30 Aldrich Family i 9:00 Browns vs. Yanhet 11:45 Eleven 45 Theater -12:15 Film. - SATURDAY, JUNE 6 6:00 Stranger Than Fiction 6:15 Parade of Magic 6:30 Ethel and Albeit 7:00 My Hero . 7:30 Amateur Hour 9:30 Wrestling 1 1:00 Suspense 11:30 Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts 12:00 Tales of Tomorrow WHBF, Channel 4 Rock Island, III. SUNDAY, MAY 11 7:00 F-ed Wiring 7:30 Ken Murray 8:00 The Web 8:30 What'a My Line 9:00 Chance of e Lifetime 9:30 Mystery Theatre 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard 10:10 Sanatone Hour 11:30 Sign Off MONDAY, JUNE 1 6:00 Burnt at Allen 6:30 Godfrey Talent Scouts 7:00 Buddies of the Airplane 7:30 Red Button Shew . 8:00 Studio One 9:00 Mr. and Mrs. North 9:30 Weather Show 9:35 Newa 9:45 Cbronoaceme 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard TUESDAY, JUNE i 6:00 Your Big Meanest! 6:30 The Big bane j , 7:00 City Hospital 7:30 Death Valley Dayt 8:00 Danger 8:30 The Names tht Sam 9:00 Coronation 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 6:00 Arthur Godfrey 7:00 Boston Bleelde 7:30 President Eisenhower, 8:00 Boxing - 8:45 Sports Spot 9:00 Doug Fairbanb Jr. Presents 9:30 Weather Show 9:35 Newt 9:45 Etchings en Ivory 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard 10:10 Speedway Newt , THURSDAY, JUNE 4 6:00 Life With Lulgi 6:30 Onie end Heme 7:00 Video Theatre 7:30 Big Town 8:00 My Little Margie 8:30 Racket Squad 9:00 Favorite Storie 9:30 Weather Show 9:35 Newt 9:45 Jane Froman 10:00 Baseball Scoreboard FRIDAY, JUNE i 6:00 The Big Picture 6:30 My Friend Inn 7:00 Playhouse of Star 7: 30 Superman " 8:00 Twenty Questions 8:30 Down You Go 9:00 Rocky King . 9:30 Weather Show 9:35 Newt 9:45 Etchings on Ivory :00 BatebaQ Scoreboard 10: SATURDAY, JUNE- 6:00 Jackie Cletttsm 7.O0 Strike It Rich 7:301 Lore Luey 8:00 Trouble With Fafhex 8:30 Wrestling 9.-00 Sports Showcase 9:15 Wrestling 10:00 Film 10:30 Baseball Scoreboard WFBM-TV, Channel 6 Indianapolis SUNDAY, MAY Jl 6:00 Mystery Theater ' 6:30 Private Secretary 7:00 Toast of the Town 8:00 Fred Waring 8:30 Ken Murray 9)0 The Web 9:30 Who Said That 10:00 New Review 10:15 Dilemma 10:30 Whet a My Line) 11:00 Comedy Bees MONDAY, JUNE 1 6 :00 Weatherboard 6:05 Johnny Winn Trie 6:25 Sporta Brief 6:30 Sport 6:45 Telenewe 7:00 Burns end Allen 7:30 Talent Scouts 8:001 Lot Lncy 8:30 Dangexoue Assignment 9:00 Studio One 10:00 Weather Mas 10:1 0 Miniature 10:15 Gilbert Form . 10:30 TV Mtflbag 10:45 Mutie in The Nigh 10:55 Sporta 1 1 KK) Twenty Qnerdon 11:30 Hogea Hour 12: SO Is ight owl TUESDAY, JUNE S 3:00 Coronation 6:30 Perry Com 6:4 icienewe 7:00 To Be i 7:30 Ozru and Harriett 8 :00 Spuita Progress 8:15 Baseball 10:00 Weather Mass 1 0: 1 0 Minitrsrea 10:15 Charles Laugh tsa 10:30 Musie in the Night 10:55 Sports-Final 11:00 Red Top Theater 11:30 My Litd Margie 12:00 Night Owl Theater WEDNESDAY, JUKI 1 6:00 Weather 6:03 Johnny Wlxoa Trit) 6:25 Dee Sweet 6:30 Sport 6:45 Telenewt 7:00 Arthur Godfrey 8:00 Test the Pratt 8. -20 Tune of the Dap 8:25 Sports Brief 8:30 Man Again. Crix 9. -00 Boxing 9:45 Sportswty 1 0 :00 Weatherman 10:10 Miniatexae 10:15 Gilbert Forbt 10:30 Outdoor Lira 10:35 Music in the Night iu: i esteroav e nr 11:00 Roeert Ho 12:00 Night Owl ' THURSDAY, JUNI 4 6-00 Weather 6:05 Songs by Gloria 6 25 Easy Gardening 6:30 Perry Como . . 6:45 Telenewt 7:00 To Be Annene4 7:30 Death Valley Dayt 8:00 Liberaee 8:30 Big Town . 9:00 Boston Blackie 9:30 Art Linkletter 9 : 4 5 Armchair Adventure 10:00 Weatherman 10:10 Miniatures 10:15 Gilbert Forha 10:30 Sporta 10:45 Music fn the Night 11:00 The Eleventh Houe 12:00 Down Yog Co 12:30 Night Owl Thateae FRIDAY. JUNI I 6:00 Weather 6:05 Johnny Wbea Tat 6:25 TV New :30 Sport 6:45 Tekncws 7.-00 99 7:15 Kenny J 7:30 Me Fries 8:00 Playhouse of Star :3t our Mrs Brook 9:00 Dooglae Fairbanks, Jr. 9.-30 MiUm Dollar Playkotna 10:00 Weathermen 10: 10 Miniature 10:15 Gilbert Forha 10:30 Greaaeat fagot 10:45 Music in the Night 10:55 Sports Final 11:00 Mystery Hour 12:30 Spartan Theetet SATURDAY, JUNE 6-00 Crouch Marx 6:30 Beat the Clock 7.-00 Jackie Gleaeoa 8:00 Favorite Story S:30 Ford Theetet 9:00 Wrestling 10:00 Amateur Ftahte 10:30 Life Begins at 80 11. oo Ken los I 12:30 Night Owl

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