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40 RADIO DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW ffecatnr, Illinois, Sunday, February 3, 1952. Better Radio Programs for the Week By Walter Kirby Sunday, Feb. 3 8:45-9 a. m. VVBBM E. Power Biggs organ program from Salt Lake tabernacle . Suite from Curtain Tunes and other incidental music Handel Kyrie for Organ Bchrelner Toccata In O minor Jacobi Processional Entry for Festival Occasions Strauss 9- 9:15 a. m. WDZ This Is Milli-lin original compositions by Elton Burgstahler, assistant professor, Mil-likin School of Music; Louise Krintz, pianist. Piano Ballet Burgstahler Overture Symphonic In D Minor Burgstahlei 9:45-10 a. m. WDZ Book Peddler Kenneth Duchac presents Muriel Perry's script on "Pay-off," story of big city corruption by Walter Arm. '10-10:15 a. m. WMAQ It's a Small World Ismail Kocasay, director of labor in the Agean province with headquarters in Izmir, Turkey, is guest of Mrs. Louise Wright, Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. 10- 10:30 a. m. WBBM Salt Lake Tabernacle choir and organ 'program. J. Spencer Cornwall, conductor; Alexander Schreiner, organist. Glory Rlmskj-KorsakoM Oive Ear. O Lord Schuti Author of Faith Careless Out of the Deep Bedell Triple Fugue In E flat major Bach O God, Our Help In Ages Past Crolt 10:30-10:45 a. m. WMAQ Cloyd Head tells of the rise of nationalism in Egypt. 10:30-11 a. m. WGN Northwestern Reviewing Stand "How Can the J Jt W ;ST If"" , Sen. Paul Douglas (D-Ill.) appears on WMAQ at 12:30 p. m. today, discussing effectiveness of the North Atlantic alliance on Chicago Round Table. American Heritage Survive?" is discussed by John Eastlick, Denver, Colo., public library; Dean Cyril I Ioule, University of Chicago; Dean E. T. McSwain, Northwestern; Grace Stevenson, American Library association. 11:15-11:30 a. m. WMAQ Your Symphony Scrapbook Ceraldine V'ito, harpist of the Chicago Symphony, demonstrates harp techniques for orchestra manager George Kuy-per. " Noon-12:15 p. m. WILL (580 Kc) Best Short Stories Marquis James' "The Stolen Railroad Train." 12:15-12:30 p. m. WMAQ U. N. Story Mrs. Lester B. Pearson, Canada's secretary of state for external affairs. 12:30-1 p. m. WMAQ University of Chicago Round Table "How Effective Is the North Atlantic Alliance?" Sen. Paul Douglas (D-Ill); Sen. Karl Mundt (R-S. D.); Kenneth Younger, Labor member of Parliament; Walter Elliott, Conservative member of Parliament. 12:30-1:30 p. m. WILL Ulini Faculty Concert Bruce Foote, baritone, assisted by Sherman Schoon-maker, pianist. 1-1:30 p. m. WGN Top Tunes With Trendler Lucille Reed and Bill Snary, vocalists; Robert Trend-ler's orchestra. It's a Grand Night for Singing I'm Always chasing Rainbows Undecided On Green Dolphin Street Make the Man Love Me I Wish I had a Girl One Kiss Bar SI Si 1-1:30 p. m. WSOY Symphonette Mishel Piastre, conductor. Constellation March Clerk Krotlk Grelg Romance and Scherto (Symphony No. 4) Schumann La Roslta Dupont Symphony in D minor (2nd movements Franck Furiant (Bartered Bride) . Smetana Etude Scrlmbln Dans Arab Tschalkowsky 1:30-2 p. m. WSOY Invitation to Learning "The Revolt of the Masses," essay on the effect of mass education on society's cultural levels by the contemporary Spanish philos opher Jose Ortegay Gasset. Mildred Adams, Clifton Fadiman and Lyman Bryson. 1:30-2 p. m. WENR Sunday Sere nade Sammy Kaye's orchestra; Tony Russo; Kaydcts and Kaye choir. Sunday's Radio Programs 7 WSOY-FM 1KJ MC cr.s WSOY 1340 KC CBS WDZ 1050 KC WMAQ WGN WLS-WENR 67t KC NBC 730 KC MBS 890 KC ABC XW W orld Newa Roundue For God & Country it Agriculture rcounaup worm News 1 Sunday Gatherln' Living Faith 44 American Quartet 7 8 J 10 i! 12 1 AM Nataren Hour :1ft " 1 - - Comic Weekly News Roundup Your Bible Speakj Everybody's Musi " We Hold These Truths " " Sunday School Lesson Comics Bsck to God " AM Family Worship This Is Million Radio Pulpit ' rugrim Lutn. cnurcn Red Nichols Show It Rhythms on Request Serenade In Blue Art of Living " Book Peddler Radio Parade AM - It m It :4S m Radio Blblt Class Vole of Prophecy News Little Brows Church World News Listen Ladies St. Francis Hour Sunday Devotirnal A Small World Mm Who Sing Cloyd Head News News Interesting Pacta Reviewing Stand Volet of Prophecy The Christian Eddy Howard :1 Salt Lake Choir Sunday Devotional Organ Aires Radio Warblers News . Funnies Symphony Scrapbook Health Cllnie Eternal Light Lutheran Hour Children's Boor Jl Jf 101 m Sunday Serenade J Prankle Carle '! Moods in Melody World News Singing Americana Guy Lomoardo Critic At Large Voice of Hop UN 6tory Chicago Round-table Frank St Earnest M News Vole of tht Tcrktl Amateur Hour rM Symohonetw :l " It Invitation to Learn .s Learning; News Wayne King Catholic Hour Steamboat Jamboree American Forum Trendler's Top Tunes Richard Llewellyn Preston Sellers Sammy Kay 2 4 5 Hf te Ther it " It Muslcale 4t Songs by Klrby Men The Melody Forward America America's Music News News Highlights Bands tor Bonds -Fifty Army Band Sketchbook Around the World M World News Prank DeVol Show Freddy Martin PM :li :4S PM It It Ai Hour of Charm Lynn Murray The Falcon Private Eye Music 8hop Health Clinic Under Arrest Revival Bout Songs from Skylark Carmen Cavallero Whitehall 1212 The Shadow Light A Life Sammy Kaye " " " 1 Remember When Norman Cloutler The Silent Men True Detective Greatest Story SO Years in Deeatur Songs for America " Final News Our Miss Brocks Texas Ranger Tale Gabby Haves Show The Big Show Health Clinic 8ong Shop Drew Pearson Mondav Headline Hour of Decision 12 i; 2 J 4 5 7 8 io: u WSOY 1340 KC CBS Jack Benny Amos 'n Andy WSOY-FM 102.1 MC CBS Jack Benny Amos 'n Andy WMAQ 670 KC .NBC The Big Show WGN 720 KC MBS Peter Salem Little Symphonies WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC Sunday Vespers Fine Arts Quartet Bergen-McCarthy Bergen-McCarthy Harris St Paye Show Family Theater Btop th Music Broadway Playhouse Broadway Playhouse Theater Guild Enchanted Hour Meet Corliss Archer Meet Corliss Archer Charles Kasber My Friend Irma My Friend lrma The J6 Question John 3. Anthony News Cafe Istanbul The Three 8uns Telephone Quia Chorallera Telephone Quia Chorallera Tin Pan Valley Endless Frontier Dsnce Band Paul Harvey Newt Memos lor Men The Red-Head Newt Senator Dlrksen People's Platform News Senator Dlrksen People's Platform News Sunday Dateline Backpage Bulletins Day s End On Wings of Song Newt Health Clinic News Pastor J. C. O'Halr Songs In the Night News: Dance Band Dance Band News: Dance Band News Dance Band The Chez Show Lutheran Vespers Dance Band ToBe Announced News in Religion Little Night Music Jl Jl i i io n 6 7 8 9 WSOY-FM IK J MC CBS WSOY 1340 KC CBS Rooster Club Newa: Sangamon Sangamon Special Monday's Radio Programs ) f WSOY-FM Special-You and The World I 5:15 p. m. WDZ WMAQ WGN 720 KC MBS 1050 KC 670 KC NBC Daily Prayer; Newt Norman Rosa Wake Up With Wood Ross; Newt Farm Hour A Newt Farm Hour News WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC Farm Bulletins Bob Shaffer Chet Randolph News World News Roundup Chapel of the Air The 400 Hour Morning Herald worm News " T.N.T. Local News: Music " T N T : Local News Musical Clock 400 Hour: Newt Bill Evans Show Red Blanchard News; Weather News News of America " Musical Seconds " Nancy's Notebook Homemaker's Journal Breakfast club Your Neighbor Music That Sings News News Johnson Family Breakfast Club AM Arthur Godfrey I - Ai " Kitchen Club Favorite Hvmnt Mr. Confusion John's Jamboree Welcome Traveler Double or Nothing Newt Virtlnla Gale Victor Llndlahr Today's the Day Mjt True Story Betty Crocker Against the Storm HI Arthur Godfrey Betty Lane Rosemary Shopper's Serenade Strlkt It Rich . News. TAC Reporter Dick Haymea Ktng'6 Row Dave Uarroway Ladles Fair Queen for Day Lone Journey News Break the.8ank Wendy Warren Woman's Hcur Helen Trent Timechecker; News Let's la Ik Ahout Cupid Calling Range Riders Miller-Seany Show Wayne King Mary Merrvfleld Bob e Ray C'irt Massey Tim News lelio Test New.. Jack Berch Show Kitchen Club News: Farm Notes Markets 12 B:g Sister Ma Perkins Noon News Guiding Light News Market World News Music Farm News Farm Reporter News: Ross Here's Norman Ross Arbogast Cedrlc Foster Marshall Kent Market Reporter Neas Dinner Bell Time Noontime New Fanning Business " 1 2 3 4 5 Partlcloatlon Rack to the RlHa Perry Mason " Markets: ArounoTown American Quartet Brighter Day " Ralph Edward's Show Take A Number Like a Millionaire Tun Test Victor Llndlihr WLS School Tim Feature Food Hilltop Hous Stopptn' By House Party Party: Cedrlc Adamt Time Out -Aunt Jenny " Life Can Be Beautiful M. Margaret McBride Charlet Antell Road of Life " Mary Marlln Pepper Young Family " Joyce Jordan Right to Happlnesa Evelyn Winter Dr. Malone Telephone Quit Musical Billboard Billboard: News Bargain Counter Jim Seany Show Backstage Wife Radio Quit Stella Dallas BUI Evans Show vvidaer Brun Woman In My House Earl Nightingale Valiant Lady Marriage for Two Paul Harvey Ted Malone Bar None Ranch The Book Shelf Bleepy Jo Just Plain Bill Front Pase F arret) Lorenzo Jor.ea Tropical Echoes Charles Kasher Singing Story Time Beulah Karney The Lowe-Dow Crosby Sings Crosby : Your Policy Guest Time Lowell Thomas Sports: News Final News News Wed Howard Bobby Benson Wild BUI Hlckok Cisco Kid Fun Factory 6 7 J 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 J PM Js Denise Darcel appears with Andy Russell and Mary Mc-Carty in "Going Hollywood" at 7 p. m. Wednesday on WGN. p. m. WMAQ American of the Air "Are We Too 1:30-2 Forum Critical of the British?" discussed by Gore Booth, counselor at the Brit ish embassy, and Sen. George W. Malone (R-Nev); Frank Blair, moderator. 1:30-3 p. m. WBBM New York Philharmonic Symphony Dimitri Mitropoulos, conductor; Zino Fran-cescatti, violin soloist; James Fas-sett, commentator. Svmphony In D minor Franck Violin Concerto in D major Tschaikowsky 2:45-3 p. m. WSOY Something Old, something New songs by alter Kitbv, baritone. (Words and conducted by Eugene Lowell; Floyd Sherman, soloist. Stout Hearted Men Romberg Poor Butterfly Golden "Desert Song" medley Romberg When You Wer Sweet Sixteen Thornton Bay It With Muslo Berlin Alabamy Bound - DeSylva-Green 9:30-10 p. m. WMAQ Endless Frontier film star Raymond Massey narrates "The Search," the fight against cancer. 10:30-11 p. m. WSOY People's Platform "How Much U. S. Aid for Western Europe Now?" will be debated by Sens. Allen J. Ellender Sr. (D-La) and Leverett Saltonstall (R-Mass); Dwight Cooke, chairman. 10:15-10:30 p. m. WSOY Sen. Everett Dirkscn (R-Ill) reports from Congress. Monday, Feb. 4 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Educational Theater Today playwright's workshop with Barnard Hewitt; Wesley Swanson, chairman. 3:15-3:30 p. m. WSOY From the Bookshelf Dr. Frederick Cook's "Return from the Pole," adventures of a lost explorer, reviewed by Muriel Perry, head librarian, De catur Public librarv. 4-4:30 p. m. WiLL Jane Bennett Has a Shock another chapter from Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice." 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM You and the World first of five speakers discussing various phases of the third United Nations educational, scientific and cultural organization meeting, designed to show how citizens can help solve world problems. Blue Moon Muslo Rodters Vale Russell The March of Siamese Children (Kins and II Rodgers Apres ui Reve . r sure 1 Walked Today Where Jesus Walked O'Hara 3-4 p. m. WILL BBC Theater Christopher Frv's play. Ihe Lady s iot tor burn- 4:30-5 p. m. WMAQ Silent Men "The Big Kill," government drama starring Douglas Fairbanks Jr. 4:30-5 p. m. WENR Greatest Story Ever Told virtue of humility is learned by a man who is overbearing without meaning to be in "He That Humblcth Himself," based on parable from Luke 14. 5:30-6 p. m. WENR Hour of De cision Billy Graham's evangelistic program from the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D. C. 5:30-7 p. m. WMAQ Big Show Tallulah Bankhead, mistress of ceremonies, Meredith Willson and his orchestra and guests Ethel Merman, Jerry Colonna, Fred Allen, Port land Hoffa, era Lynn, Johnny Johnston. 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Bergen-McCarthy Show I lumpty Dumpty did not fall (he was pushed) in the Charlie McCarthy version of the old nursery rhyme a takeoff on whodunits; Frankie Laine, guest. 7-7:30 p. m. WGN Family Theater Fred Niblo's "Curtain Call of Genesius," starring Tyronne Power; hostess, Billie Burke; with Francis X. Bushman, Betty Lvnn and Mae Clarke. ' ' Jeanne Crain stars in "Take Care of My Little Girl" on Lux theater, WSOY at 8 p. m. Monday. Books Ben Burman's ' Noah" is discussed. 'Children of 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Theater Guild on the Air James M. Barrie's poig nant one-act play, The Old Lady Shows Her Medals," starring Al fred Lunt and Lvnn Fontannc. 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Suspense J. Carrol Naish undertakes a charac terization far different from the "Luici" role in which he is most familiar to radio listeners in "Treasure Hunt," in which a buried treas ure, an ancient curse, and a fresh corpse are intertwined. 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Railroad Hour "East Wind" with Gordon MacRae and guest soprano Mimi Benzell. 7:30-8 p. m. WENR Big Hand-complications which befall the Johnsons, a young married couple who specialize in winning contests. World 9-9:30 P- - WENR Lincoln Dav lr... c A 1 r kl:-l recent'0 ouj'iict niiiiuai rurjjuuiiiuii supper from Washington, D. C; Adolphe Mcnjou, master of ceremonies; Rep. Joseph W. Martin, Sen. Everett Dirksen and others. 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Voice of Firestone Bidu Sayao, soprano; orchestra and chorus conducted by Howard Barlow. Marching Along Together Btelnlngf r La Vloletera Padtlla Sabre Dance Xhachaturian A Perfect Dsy Bond Un Bel Dl (Madam Butterfly! Puccini Raicoczy March Berllos El Relicario Padilla 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Telephone Hour Ezio Pinza, basso; Donald Voorhccs conducting the Bell symphonic orchestra. Overture to "The Marriage of Fisaro" Mozart O Tu. Palermo (Sicilian Vespers Verdi Overture to "William Tell" Rossini Ella Glammat M'Amo, Dormlro Sol (Don Carlos) Verdi 8-9 p. m. WSOY Lux Theater social snobbery in a Midwestern university is the theme of "Take Care of My Little Girl," featuring Jeanne Crain as a sorority pledge and Dale Robertson as a non-fraternity man in their original film roles. 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Band of America conducted by Paul La-valle; Green & White quartet. Boys of the Old Brigade Chambers Listen to the Mocking Bird Hawthorne Alouette Arr. Lavalle Robinson's Grand Entree Msrch King Three for Jack Squire-Weatherly Grand March (Aldat Verdi With Trumpet and Drum Weldon U. 8. Field Artillery March Sousa-Gruber 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Cavalcade of America "Thunder of Justice" starring Dorothy McGuire, an historical episode involving the Alien and Sedition acts a reminder that "eternal vigilance is the price of of libcrtv." 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Hollywood Theater "Boiler-Room" starring Frank Lovejoy. 8:30-9 p. m. WGN Northerners-Marilyn Powell, soloist;, ensemble and octet. Swanee (Slnbad) Gershwin Flemenco Jerome Beau Soir Debussy So in Love (Kiss Me Rate) Porter Witchln' McAullffe I'm Palling In Lov with Someone Herbert This Is the 8tory of a Starry Night Tschalkowsky. Shores 9-9:30 p. m. WMAQ Eddie Cantor Show recordings by Weber and Fields, Montgomery and Stone, Nora Baves and Jack Norworth, Ozzic and Harriet Nelson, Burns and Allen, Abbott and Costello, Jimmv Durante and Helen Traubel, Mary Martin and Ezio Pinza. 9-9:30 p. m. WENR Piano Play house concert pianist Dorothy Eustis; jazz pianist Johnny Guar- nieri; Margaret and Forrest Perrin, duo-pianists. Soarlna Schumann Gypsy Baron Waltzes Btrauss-Dohnanyl oersnwin Lemer-Lowe 7:15-7:30 p. m. WSOY Musicland, U.S.A. starring Earl Wrightson, baritone-emcee, with Alfredo An-tonini's orchestra and chorus, the Serenaders and vocalists Frances Greer and Jimmy Carroll, in a Valentine program of famous love songs. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Big Time- Salute to the famous actress and singer, bthel. Waters, starring Georgie Price, with Ray Bloch's orchestra and chorus, soloists Sallv Sweetland, Dorothy Loudon and Ralph Nyland. 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Mario Lanza Show tenor star Mario - Lanza, songstress Gisele MacKensie, Ray Sinatra's orchestra. Romance Tell Me That You Love Me Tonight Pigalle Fascinating Rhythm Among My Souvenirs It's a Most Unusual Day Una Fortlve Lagrlma (L'Ellsir d'Amorei Donizetti I Only Have Eye for You Saturday, Feb. 9 8:45-9 a. m. WMAQ Carnival of Books Evanston author Clara Ingram Judson will be interviewed and her authentic historical biography of our first President's life as a young boy, "George Washington", will be discussed by four Chicago area youngsters. 10:05-10:30 a. m. WSOY Let's Pretend fantasy drama, "The Maid without Hands." 11-11:30 a. m. WSOY Theatre of Today original radio drama, snowbound. Noon-12:25 p. m. WSOY Grand Central Station Neva Patterson and Richard Derr enact the unusual story of a 10-year-old boy whose life is three times threatened in "Afraid of the Water." 1-4 p. m. Metropolitan Opera Giuseppe Verdi's "Otello" is sung by Eleanor Steber, Martha Lipton, Ramon Vinay, Leonard Warren, Thomas Hayward. Fausto Cleva, conductor. 5:30-6:30 p. m. WMAQ NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Guido Cantelli. "Tfi Flying Overture to Dutchman" Concerto for Orchestra, Wagner Bartok 9-10 p. m. WGN Chicago Theater of the Air Gilbert and Sullivan's "H.M.S. Pinafore", with six theater singing favorites co-starred; Col. Robert R. McCormick, in a message. MOItl'IIOIJSE & WELLS bring you Edward R. Murrow with the 2NEWS .- I CBS-WSOY I Monday thru Friday See demonstration of Hotpoint KITCHEN and LACNDBT APFLIANCH at 3IOREIIOUSE & WELLS 250 East William Street Decatur, Illinois I Got Rhythm A "Brlgadoon" medley Wednesday, Feb. 6 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Librarv Pre sents "Propaganda," Dr. J. W.-Al big, chairman of the department of sociology and anthropology. 5:l-i:30 p. m. USUI -KM IOU and the World third UNESCO meeting. 7-8 n. m. WGN Musical Theater Denise Darcel, Andv Russell and Mary MtCarty in "Going Holly wood. 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY Bing Crosby ahow hred Astaire will be guest star. Thursday, Feb. 7 3-3:30 p. m. WILL Time for Plant ing "That They May See." 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Hallmark Play house Deborah hcrr in rcrsua sion. 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY Stars in the Air Grecorv Peck and Jean Hagen co- star in Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings "lhc lcarling. 9- 9:30 p. m. WSOY Hollywood Sound Stage Paul Douglas, Isabel Jewell and Tom Powers in "The Informer." Friday, Feb. 8 10- 10:30 a. m. Great Novels of the World Prof. Gordon Rav dis cusses "A Passage to India" by E. M. Forstcr. 4:15-4:30 p. m. WILL World in Tuesday, Feb. 5 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM You and the World Various phases of the 3rd United Nations educational, scientific and cultural oroanization 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Philip Morris mcetin2 win be discussed. PlavnmicA n-efnrrinn -irn ITnivpr-l sity of Oklahoma drama major Edrita Pokorny, David Niven will play the leading male role in "The Seventh Veil." 7:30-8 p. m. WGN Enchanted Hour Bruce Foote, baritone; Henry Weber, conductor. Land of Degradation s-awirimue o)hiiiuuuj nu o n movement) Tschalkowsky Flow Gently 8weet Alton intermesso My Journey's End Tambourln (Ballet Suite) The Cloths of Heaven 8:05-8:30 p. m. 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