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50 ' RADIO DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Decatur, Illinois, Sunday, May 4, 1952. Better Radio Programs for the Week By Walter Kirby Sunday, May 4 7:30-7:45 a. m. WSOY Mark Rogers Show A program of stories and anecdotes of the law by the well Inown commentator Mark Rogers, who takes his material rom "The Legal Advisor." 7:45-8 a. m. VSOY. Power Biggs organ program. Prelude and Fugue In A major Selby A Lesson Selby A Voluntary Selby Prelude. Fugue and Variation Franc Piece Heroiaue Franck 8:30-9 a. m. WENR Negro College Choirs Kno.wille College choir of Knoxvillc, Tenn. Gloria In Excelsls Mozart Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho Trad, spiritual I Wonder As I Wander Arr. Nlles For Death Shall Be Svallowed tn Victory Brahms let Us Cheer the Weary Traveler Burleigh Gom' Home Dvorak Hallelujah Chorus Hahdel 9-9:15 a. m. WDZ This Is Millikin Millikin Concert Band with Elton Burgstahler and Russell Peebles conducting. March of the Trumpeters Burgstahler tlsa's Procession to the Cathedral i Lohengrin' Wagner My Bonnie Boy (Folk Song Suite) Vaughn Williams 9-9:15 a. m. VMAQ It's a Small World Esther Park, an American worker stationed in Seoul, Korea, and Bong Wha Kim, a native Ko rean girl, have come to Chicago to attend the national i.W.C.A. convention; Mrs. Louise Wright, hostess. 9-9:30 a. m. WBBM Salt Lake Tab ernacle choir and organ program Dinah Shore stars in "Frankie and Johnny" at 6 p. m. Monday on WSOY. J. Spencer Cornwall, conductor; Dr. Frank Aspcr, organist. Be Not Afratd i Elijah) Were You There?. SaoDhlc Ode Praise to the Lord Sing and Rejoice Chorale In B minor Break Thou the Bread of Lite Mendelssohn Arr. Burleigh Brahms Anon. James Franck Sherwln 9:15-9:30 a. m. WMAQ U. N. Story "Guns Without Bullets." 9:15-9:30 a. m. WDZ Book Ped dler Muriel Perrv, head librarian, Decatur public library, reviews "Adventures in Two Worlds," autobiog raphy of an English doctor who became a world-famous novelist, by A. J. Cronin. 9:30-10 a. m. WGN Northwestern Reviewing Stand "What Is the Future of the White Collar Work- err" Philip Clarke, City National Bank & Trust Co.; Frank Endicott, Northwestern; Paul Gorbv, Marsh all Field; Elmo Hohman, North western. 10:30-11 a. m. WMAQ Eternal Light "Stephen Wise a Voice for Justice." 11-11:30 a. m. WILL (580 Kc) Best Short Stories Will Cuppy's "Cheops or Khufu." 11:30 a. m.-noon WMAQ University of Chicago Round Table "How to Deal With Genuine Rev olution," second in series on "U. S. Foreign Policy and the National Interest" Albert Ravenholt, Chicago Daily News, Harold Isaacs, News week, Donald Lach, University of Chicago. 11:30 a. m.-12:30 p. m. WILL II-lini Faculty Concert Music from the 1952 Festival of Contemporary Arts. Mavra Stravinsky Tom Paine Overture Phillips Monopartlta Honegger Beckus the Dandipratt Arnold 12-12:30 p. m. WSOY Sympho-nette Mishel Piastro, conductor and violin soloist. Overture to "La Scala dl Seta" Rossini Nocturne Chopin O X. - ) WSOY-FM 102.1 MC CBS WSOY 1310 KC CBS News Karamu Quartet Sunday Gatherln' Sunday's Radio Programs f WSOY-FM Special--St. Louis Cards vs. Boston Braves 1 Double header 13:25 p. m. J WDZ 1050 KC WMAQ 670 KC NBC WGN 720 KC MBS WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC 7 " , . Freedom Banners News Roundup world News Roundup World News Gtrden Show Mark Rogers Show Living Faith Comics E. Power Biggs American Quartet AM :IS )o :4S Gospel Hour Back to Cod Everybody's Music 8 7 AM IS 30 Nazarene Hour Comic Weekly Radio Pulpit k AM I' in Sunday School Lesson Art of Living Radio Parade Radio Bible Class Voice of Prophecy News Little Brown Church 8 Family Worship Pilgrim Lutheran Rhythm on Request This Is Millikin Book Peddler Keglers Korner 10 AM IS 10 45 A Small World U. N. Story Public Atfalrs News News Interesting Facta Reviewing Stand Voce ol Prophecy The Christian 9 AM IS )0 11 World News Listen Ladirs St. Francis Hour Sunday Devotional Mark Rodger's Quiz Men Who Stng Eternal Light News Health Clinic Lutheran Hour Funnies Children' Hour 10 Eddy Howard Show Decatur Churches Sunday Devotional Chapel by Road Critic at Large M:ke 95 Round Table Voice ot Hope Frank It Earnest News Voice ol the Terkel Amateur Hour 11 12 Symphonette Frankie Carl World News Dr.'s Orders Communist for FBI Catholic Hour Hats In the Ring; Trendler's Top Tunes Charles Kasher Health Quia Sammy Kaye 1PM a Jl 31 12 Invitation to Learn Learning: News Salor Serenade St. Louis Browns Elmo Roper Washington Senators America's Musio Double-header Bob Consldlne " News Highllshts Bandstand O S. A. Fifth Army Band Lutheran Hour ' Herald ot Truth Musicale Pipes of Melody Freddie Martin Martin: Scores Capitol Variety Sammy Kaye Remember When 1 The Falcon Private Eye Music Shop Health Clinic Mathew Bell's Files . Revival Hour 2 Star Playhouse Whitehall 121 The Shadow True Detective Light & Life Greatest Story 4 50Years In Decatur Our Miss Brooks 8 Texas Ranger Tales The Chase 5 Cabby Hayes Show Health Clinic Song Shop News Monday Headlines Hour ot Decision Jack Benny Amos n Andy Love on the Run V F.W. Final News First Nlghter Khaki TT Blue Theater ot Stars Little Symphonies Sunday Vespers ABC Quartet 4 PM i 5 PM 2 7 WSOY WSOY-FM WMAQ WGN 1340 KC-CBS 102.1 MC CBS 670 KC NBC 720 KC MBS Bergen-McCarthy Bergen-McCarthy Harris & Faye Show Family Theater Broadway Playhouse Broadway Playhouse Theater Guild Enchanted Hour Screen Guild Theater Screen Guild Theater " My Friend Irma My Friend Irma The $64 Question Charles Kasher John J. Anthony WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC Stop the Music Drew Pearson Corliss Archer . 0:3 91 Telephone Quia Choraliera Three Suns Jl 72 f S Telephone Quia Meet the Press Dance Band ' . . " Health Clinic Choraliera To Be Announced Dance Band Paul Harvey Newa Memos for Men Cafe Istanbul 8 Scores: Newa Robert Trout, Newa White House Tour Scores; News Robert Trout. News White House Tour 10 News Senator Douglas People's Platform News Senator Douglas People's Platform News Sunday Dateline Backpage Bulletins Day s End News' The Chei Show On Wings ot Sons News Health Clinic News Pastor J. C. O'Halr Songs In the Night 9 Lutheran Vespers Dance Band 11 News: Dance Band News: Dance Band Dance Band Dance Band Dance Band Dance Band Talking It Over As We See It News in Religion Socialist Party Dance Band Hour ot Decision Master's Musle Monday's Radio Programs 10 li WSOY-FM WSOY and WSOY-FM are on the air dally Monday 102.1 MC CBS Ihrough Saturday starling at 4:45 a. tn. SSL Q WGN WLS-WENR 1340 KC CBS 1050 KC 670 KC NBC 720 KC-MBS 890 KC ABC 6 Is MwmnDevotloni w!te u Witn " Th 400 Hour Bill Evans Show Red Blanchard AM jo News: Sangamon " News- vl .45 Sangamon Special Wood: Sports 400 Hour; Newa Sews we,lnw II jJJ 7 am world News Roundup Chapel of the Air Your Neighbor News Breakfast Club fV Mo"'ng Herald News. Wick Evans Johnson Family - - H M V T. N. T. Local News: Music Musle That Stngs , , I 4S T. N. T.. Local News Musical Clock News . " - iJs 8am News of America " Welcome Traveler news My True Story fM is Homemakers-Journal " Virginia Oale J n 10 Arthur Godfrey Nancy's Notebook Double or Nothing; Victor Llndlahr Whispering Streets V 2 Breakfast Club - Today s the Day Against the Storm J M ft?- - VZP&SSr: strike It Rich Ladle. Fair . A" " r5 Soim Back to the Bible . Bob Ray Queen tor a Day Break the Bank H w 4S Rosemary Dave Garroway " 1 A Wen.d? w American Quarter News; Ross curt Massey Time Jack Berch Show -4 M I 1 1 ' X u"' JlPn ., . Here's Norman Ross News Kitchen Club I 1 1-' I W 5jt,n. Shopper-, Serenade Tello Test Stumpus I 1 1 JO t-L J 45 Woman s Hout Ross: News News nL:S nAM Big Sister Let's Talk About Mary Merryfield Cedrlc Foster News: Markets -4 -4 'I Ma Perkins How".rcl M111" Show Luncheon Antics Mvshall Kent Markets: Weather I I Young Dr. Malon ?.u""? M" " Market Reporter Dinner Bell Time 'I I M 'i Guiding Light MUlcr-Gray show Date With Duggan Newa JLJ-S " PM News: Timechecker News: Wick Evans Plcken's Party Take a Number Noontime News T7ZhT T. ITi Mason News; Markets Willson s Music R'o " Farming Business 1 il.Ta I ,? Noon News Music: Farm Ntwg Like a Millionaire M. J. B. Show Feature Fooda I ,i I L) L Brighter Day Farm Reporter " - " XaWii IPM Hilltop House Baseball Game Life Can Be Beautiful M Margaret McBride Josephine WeUler -4 PM :il House Party " Road of Life " Charles Antell I ill 30 Party: C. Adami " Pepper Young Family " Mary Marlln I 10 4S Arthur Godfrey Right to Happiness - Evelyn Winters 2 PM " " Backstage Wife . News Betty Crocker rvPM -15 Telephone Quia Stella Dallas Words & Rhythm Neighbor's Voice 'f -H jo Scores: Billboard " Widder Brown Charles Kasher Paul Harvey -M 45 Musical Billboard " Woman In My House Earl Nightingale Ted Mamne U C PM The Bookshelf " Just Plain Bill " Beulsh Karney 4Tk 9J :IS 'Hound'Town: I Bel'Te " , Front Pace Farrell - - V:IS W Rhythms at Random Bargain Counter Lorenao Jones Charles Kasher Pop Concert a Tj M Rhythm: Newa " The Doctor's Wife Singing Story Time Record Rambling CS 4PM Scores: Bar None Jim Seaney Show News Bobby Benson Bill Despard J :IS Bar None Ranch " Wed Howard " Mark Trail It :s :30 Dude Ranch " - Wild Bill Hickok Fun Factory tJ.:IO r5 Lowell Thomas " News " J at 5 PM sleepy Joe News Music for You News f :is Crosby: Your Policy Harmony Hotel News News: Weather: Note K:IS :J0 Club Fifteen Sports: News News Gabriel Heatter Lone Ranger ' : 45 Edward R. Murrow News; Wick Evans One Man's Family Fulton Lewis, Jr. " VM Quincy Howe appears with Doris Flceson and Grovet Hall on "Town Meeting" at 7 p. m. Tuesday on WENR. Tarantella (Petite Suite de Concert) Taylor Serenade Chamlnade Adagio, Suite No. 3 Rles Selections from "If I Were King" Adams How Fair This Spot Rachmaninoff 12:30-1 p. m. WMAQ Hate in the Ring "The Case for a Republican Congress" discussed by Sens. Styles Bridges (N.H.) and Karl b. Mundt (S.D.) and Reps. Joseph Martin (Mass), Charles Halleck (Ind), Clarence Brown (O), Daniel Reed (N.Y.), and Walter Judd (Minn). 12:30-2 p. m. WBBM Your Invi tation to Music James Fassett, host; I intermission feature, A Day in Central Park." Children's 8ymphony McDonald Carnival of the Animals Balnt-Saens The Park (New York Profiles I Dello Jolo Mother Goose Suite Ravel 12:30-1 p. m. WDZ I Was a Com munist tor the t.D.l. r-.b.l. undercover agent Matt Cvetic (Dana Andrews) places nearly 150 traitorous Commies in key defense plant jobs, and one of his "placements" jeopardizes Mart's life in "Traitors for Hire. 1-1:30 p. m. WSOY Invitation to Learning William Henry Hud son's "Green Mansions," the story of Rima, a child of nature, and of the beautiful and unearthly jungks in which she lives, is discussed by Jan Struther, novelist, and Pierre Szamek, critic. 1:30-2 p. m. WILL Aging Success fully "Profitable Activities for Older Persons." 3 p. m. WILL BBC World The ater Ihe Daughters of the Late Colonel," by Katherine Mansfield, adapted for radio by Peter Watts. 3-3:30 p. m. WMAQ Hollywood Star Playhouse "The Wrong Pair of shoes, starring Lee Bowman. 3:30-4 p. m. WENR Greatest Story Ever Told How an officer of the Jerusalem Temple guard, sentto spy on Jesus in Galilee and bring back an unfavorable report, becomes a believer in Him when he sees His kindness and witnesses His miracles, in "The Tree and the Fruit." 4-4:30 p. m. WSOY 50 Years in Decatur Dick Hclledy describes the . Decatur of 1914: First year of W orld War I; player piano in every home. St. Louis Blues Twelfth- Street Rag , Ballln' the Jack 5-5:30 p. m. WMAQ First Nighter starring Barbara Luddy and Olan Souie in "Pay Utr." 6-6:30 p. m. WSOY Bergen-Mc- Carthv Show Tennessee Ernie, popular "Modern Minstrel, aided ind abetted by Hans Conned, assist Edgar Bergen and Charlie in wacky comedy. 6-6:30 p. m. WGN Family Theater Ward Bond and James Whitmore co-star, in Ihe Visitor, eerie science-fiction story of a "flying disc that lands in the Southwest. 6:30-7 p. m. WSOY Philip Morris Playhouse Lew Ayres co-stars with Cornell university coed Sheila Shul man in "Dark Victory," dramatic story of a girl who carries on a gal lant fight against blindness. 6:30-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Theater Guild on the Air James M. Bar- rie's "Dear Brutus" starring David Niven, Angela Lansbury and Made leine Carroll, with Walter Abel host-narrator. 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Screen Guild Theater Celeste Holm and Don Taylor star in the suspenseful drama roreign Attairs. 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Meet the Press with ipterview of Representative Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., (D-N.Y.). 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Hats in the Ring The Case for a Republican Congress. 8:05-8:30 p. m. WBBM People Act ihe people ol ban loacmin val ley, Calif., act to cope with the problems of migrant labor in that area. 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY Choraliers conducted by Eugene Lowell; Floyd bherman, tenor. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp Herbert Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair Foster Mighty k a Rose Nevlns A Spiritual Medley Trad. Melancholy Baby Burnett Why? Swandstom-Davu One Flower Orowa Alone in Your Garden Romberg Cruising Down The River Beadell 9:05-9:30 p. m. WSOY World News with Robert Trout Daniel Schorr, correspondent in Brussels, Belgium, will be the flying reporter to report on the status of the Benelux countries and rearmament. 9:15-9:30 p. m. WBBM Guest Star Herbert Marshall in "The Best Laid Plans." 9:30-10 p. m. WSOY President Harry S. Truman's personally-conducted tour of the renovated VVhite House, during which he will act as guide, adhbbing descriptions of various rooms, the decor, furnishings and paintings before roving microphones and cameras, for the benefit of the whole nation. H . w tnsr -t 1U:3U-11 p. m. WbUI 1'coples Platform tong. Charles Bennett (D-Fla) and author-educator Mary Earhart Dillon will debate the ques tion "Should We Have a National Presidential Primary?" . 10:45-11 p. m. WENR Socialist Labor Party National convention to nomniate presidential and vice presidential candidates for the No vember elections. Monday, May 5 3-3:15 p. m. WSOY From the Bookshelf "The Doctors Jacobi," true story of an American girl and a German refugee, who became famous pioneer doctors, by Rhoda Truax, is reviewed by Muriel Perry, head librarian, Decatur public li brary. v 3:25-3:30 p. m. WSOY This I Believe Dr. I Iudson Hoagland, ex perimental physiologist, executive director, Worcester Foundation ior Experimental Biology, expresses his personal philosophy. 6-6:30 p. m. WSOY Suspense-Music and melodrama are combined when songstress Dinah Shore is starred in the famous true story of 'Frankie and Johnny," in which Dinah will sing verses from the musical story of the ill-fated lovers throughout the play. 6-6:30 p. m. WMAQ Railroad nour Jerome Kern s Sunnv is presented by Gordon MacRae, baritone, Virginia Haskins, soprano, and Carmen Dragon s orchestra. unny D ye Love Me? Who Let's Say Good-Night Two Little Bluebirds 6:30-7 p. m. WMAO Voice of Fire stone baritone 1 nomas L. 1 nomas, with the Firestone orchestra and chorus under direction of Howard Barlow. Mexico Cant Grever I'm Marching Home To You Sherman Waltung Cat Anderson Give Me One Hour Frlml Into the Night Edwards Flnlandla Sibelius Song of the Flame Stothart 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Telephone Hour George London, bass-bari tone, with Donald voorhecs direct ing the Bell Telephone orchestra. Little Brown Jug Arr. Wall Pilgrim's Song Tschalkowsky Llebeslled Krelsler I Wonder As I Wander Arr. Nlles I Bought Me a Cat Arr. Copland Street Parade (Circus Day! Taylor Bareback Rldera (Circus Day) Taylor Ecco 11 Mondo IMefiatofelei Bolto 7-7:30 p. m. WENR Great Adven ture The story of "The Factory of the Future will be explored in graphic and dramatic form, narrated by Westbrook Van Voorhis. 7-8 p. m. WSOY Lux Theater singer-actor Gordon MacRae and Jane VVyman in Booth Tarkington's romance ot World War I, On Moonlight Bay." 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Band of America Paul Laval le directs the orchestra; Green and White quartet. Tromoone Treat Latey Columbian Fantasy Rogers Dixie Emmett Honey Boys on Parade Cupero Little Mother of Mine Burleigh Down the Trail to Home Sweet Home Ball Little Mother Rapee Raymond Overture Thomas On the Square Panella Margaret Whiting will be the guest star on the Mario Lanza show at 7 p. m. Friday on WMAQ. 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Ohio and Florida primary preview. 9:55-10 p. m. WSOY This I Believe Philip Sharpies, mechanical and chemical engineer, Sharpies Corp., tells about his motivating principles of living. 10:30-11 p. m. WSOY Summer Concert On Monday, Wednesday and Thursday throughout the summer months, music from Broadway, musical comedy and opera. 10:30-10:45 a. m. WILL Inter national Visitor "Present Conditions in Japan," Mr. Haruo Yo- neda. 2-2:30 p. m. WILL Public Affairs "Blood Line to Korea." 3-4 p. m. WILL Cooper Union Forum "Rights and Responsibilities in Race Relationships," Chan- ning Tobias, director, The Phelps-Stokes Eund. 3:25-3:30 p. m. WSOY This I Believe Caroline Ducr, writer, artist, poet, tells of her philosophy of life. 7-7:45 p. m. WENR America's Town Meeting "What Role for the South in the Coming Electionr" Doris Fleeson, political columnist Bell Syndicate; Grover Hall, editor, Montgomery Advertiser; Quincy Howe, associate professor journal ism, University of Illinois. 7:30-8 p. m. WGN Northerners- Marilyn Powell, soprano; the octet and the ensemble. Best Things In Life Are Free DeSylva Gandy Dancers Bsll Howard Ballatella iPagllaccil Leoncavallo Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody Berlin Song of the Vagabonds (Vagabond Klnel Frlml With a Song In My Heart Rodgers Granada Lara 9:55-10 p. m. WSOY This I Believe Dr. Margaret Mead, anthro pologist, author, associate curator of ethnology, American Museum ot Natural History, New York. 10:30-11 p. m. WSOY Candidates and Issues "What Changes, If Any, in Our Labor-Management Legislationr" Sens. Estes Kefauver, Richard B. Russell and Robert S. Kerr, Democrats; Gov. Earl Warren and Harold E. Stassen, Republicans. Tuesday, May 6 6-6:30 p. m. WMAQ Cavalcade of America John Lund and Walter Hampden co-star" in "An American from France," the story of the founder of the du Pont dynasty, Elcuthere Irenee du Pont. 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Show Business Eddie Cantor pays tribute to Florenz Ziegfeld with recordings by Tony Martin, Will Rogers, Helen Morgan, William Warficld. Wednesday, May 7 9:01-9:30 a., m. WILL Library Presents "What Your Child Is Reading," Mrs. Berneice Fiskc, children's librarian, Urbana Free Library. 3-3:30 p. m. WILL Studio Theater - Howard Johnson's "David Crockett." 3:25-3:30 p. m. WSOY This I Believe Clair Bee, basketball coach, comptroller of Long Island Univer sity, divulges his personal philosophy of life. 6-7 p.m. WGN Musical Comedy Theater Doretta Morrow, Igor Gorin and Audrey Totter in "Luxury Liner", in which a young co-ed stows aboard her father's steamer and causes no end of commotion during the cruise. 6:30-7 p. m. WSOY Dr. Christian Jean Hersholt and Rosemary De Camp in the comedy prize play "Take to the Hills", in which a girl doing research on folklore winds up researching the habits of the love bug. 7:30-8 p.m. WMAQ Big Story "The Case of the Double Disappearance," dramatization of experi ence of Lucien Haas, reporter on Los Angeles Daily News. 9:55-10 p. m. WSOY This I Be lieve Meredith Willson, composer, author, conductor, musical director of "Big Show," tells about the guid ing principles of his life. Thursday, May 8 2-2:30 p. m. WILL America and the World "What Will It Cost to Defend Our Freedom; Seminar, Dr. A. D. II. Kaphn, economist, Brookings Institute, Washington, D. C. 3:25-3:30 p. m. WSOY This I Believe Michael Fanning, postmaster of Los Angeles, California. 6:30-7 p. m. WSOY Hallmark Playhouse Jane Wyman will star as "Whistler's Mother," based on Elizabeth Mumford's novel of the woman whose portrait helped to make her son famous, a vigorous woman who journeyed to Russia with her five children to loin her husband, who was building a rail road to St. Petersburg. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Mr. Keen the famous "tracer of lost persons' again solves mysteries for CBS. 8:30-9 p.m. WSOY Presidential Profiles Sen. Robert S. Kerr (D-Okla), candidate for the nomination for President, outlines his political platform. 9:55-10 p. m. WSOY This I Be lieve Fulton Oursler, author-jour nalist, tells of his theory for the abundant life. Friday, May 9 9-9:30 a. m. WILL Great Novels of the World Prof. Paul Jacob, of the French faculty of University of Illinois, discusses Emile Zola's "The Disaster." 3-3:15 p. m. WILL Mental Health "Changes Occurring in Family Structures. 3:15-3:30 p. m. WILL World In Books Mary Dole's "Trailcring at aixty-hve - reviewed. 3:25-3:30 p. m. WSOY This I Be licve David Loth, writer, editor publishers' consultant. 6:15-6:30 p.m. WSOY Musicland U.S.A. starring Earl Wrightson, baritone-emcee, with Alfredo An tonini s orchestra and chorus,' the Screnaders, and vocalists Nancy Ev- and and Jimmy Carroll. 6:30-7 p. m. WSOY Gunsmoke New Western adventure series; Bill Conrad as the U. S. marshal who keeps law nd order in the Wild West territory. 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Mario Lanza Show tenor Mario Lanza with guest Margaret Whiting; Ray Sinat ra's orchestra. Night and Day Porter Falling in Love with Love Rodgera Santa Lucia Mario Hello, Young Lovers Rodgera Love Is the Sweetest Thing Noble I'll Walk Alone St'yne Lamento dl Frederico Ctlea 55-10 p. m. WSOY This I Be- ieve Lloyd Jordan, tastern Air lines pilot, reveals his personal philosophy of life. Saturday, May 10 7:45-8 a.m. WMAQ Carnival of Books Disa Bialk answers questions on her new book, "Jill's Victory," the adventures of a city girl transplanted to farm life. 9:05-9:30 a.m. WSOY Let's Prei tend Premiere of ' author-producer-director Nila Mack's new fantasy drama, "Half Chick." 10-10:30 a.m. WSOY Theater of Today Singer-actress-writer Patric ia WTicel and Frank Behrens cc- star in an unusual drama of unre quited love, "Solo." 10:30-11 a.m. WSOY Stars over Hollywood Joanne Dru finds the Pattern in the Rug, when she forced to stay overnight in a private house. 10:30-10:45 a. m. WSOY Job Bul letin Board Paul Marshall will tell of jobs available in the Decatur area, m cooperation with the Illinois state Employment service. 11-11:25 a.m. WSOY Grand Cen tral Station Sharp jealousies be tween brother and sister provoke a family crisis in "A Memory to Share," with Claudia Morgan and Ron Randell. 10:45-11 a.m. WMAQ Backvard Gardener Fred Heuchling, Chi cago Horticultural Society, tells how the myriads of creatures in the soil contribute to plant growth, how to treat soil for various types of plants properly, and how to make com post. 1:15-1:30 p.m. WBBM Adventures in Science Winning exhibitors at 3rd National Science Fair in Washington, D. G, will be interviewed. 4:30-5:30 p. m. WMAQ NBC Symphony Spring Concert Wilfrid Pelletier, conductor. Symphony No. S In B flat Schubert Suite Provencal Mllhaud Sorcerer's Apprentice Dukas 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Stars in the Air "Jezebel,"' starring Jane Wyman and Carlton Young. 8-9 p.m. WGN Chicago Theater of the Air Smetana's "Bartered Bride" with Ralph Herbert and Austin Garrels in the singing roles; Col. Robert R. McCormick,' editor and publisher. TERMITE cotrol SERVICE Latest Methods 5 rear Written Guarantee FftEE lSPECTIOX PHONE 3-6723 158S Nlekey Are. . Decatur i THIS WEEK IS NATIONAL MUSIC WEEK AT EMERSON'S i YOUR VOTE WILL BE FOR Mt6TQZ FOR THE COMING POLITICAL CONVENTIONS FOR AS LOW AS $2.50 WEEKLY YOU WILL ENJOY AM-FM 3 Speed Changers 10 Tulie Chassis . 12 Inch Speaker LIBERAL ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD RADIO SB? IlSti Have you seen RCA T.V. Come In and See A "Live Set" In Onr Showroom OUR OWN RADIO AND TV SERVICE BACKS ALL SALES 1952 BSeflessik AUTO RADIOS andSUPER POWERED FRiXGE AREA lPgp TV - MODEL 401A jhr fiii ONLY $39 ' llj. j Amazingly low in cost and yet the same superior Motorola quality that has been famous for years! 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