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42 RADIO DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Decatur, Illinois Sunday, March 2,1952. Better Radio Programs for f he Week By Walter Krby Sunday, March 2 ; 9-9:15 a. m. WDZ This Is Millilin I Millikin School of Music pre-Jsents Nancy Zi, lyric soprano from i China, and Evelyn Walden, colora- tura soprano. 1 Nobles Belgneurt, Balut fLes Huguenoui Meyerbeer The Unforeseen ScoM a Una Voce Poeo Fa (Barber of Serine) Rossini 9:15-9:30 a. m. WDZ Boole Ped- dlcr "I Led Three Lives," dra-J matic story of a man who lived nine years as citizen, Communist I and FBI agent, hy Herbert Phil-' brick, is reviewed by Muriel Perry, ! head librarian, Decatur public li- brary. ; 10-10:30 a. m. WBBM Salt Lake i Tabernacle choir and organ pro- gram. J. Spencer Cornwall, conductor; Alexander Sch-einer, organist. Wonhip the Lord Grant Awake the Harp (Creation) Haydn Blessed Are Thee That Mourn (Requiem) Brahms Clair de Luoe Vlerne Rut, Rest For The Weary Boul Carleu WCN Northwest Stand "Do We Face a Teacher Shortage?" Arthur Adams, assistant state superinten dent of schools, Illinois; Paul Ed wards, board of examiners, Chicago public schools; Mr. T. H. Ludlow, president, Illinois Congress Parents & Teachers; Dean E. T. McSwain, Northwestern. 11:15-11:30 a. m. WMAQ Your Symphony Scrapbook Joseph Roda, violist Chicago Symphony, demonstrates viola techniques for 10:30-11 a. m, ern Reviewing Dimitri Mitropoulos conducts the New York Philharmonic symphony on WBBM at 1:30 p.'m. Sunday. Morgenthau, both of University of Chicago. 1 12:30-1:30 p. m. WELL Illini Fac ulty concert given as part of the 1952 Festival of Contemporary Arts. 1-1:30 p. m. WGN Top Tunes with Trendler Lucy Reed and Bill Snary, vocalists; Robert Trendler, conductor. When You're Away My Concerto The Boy Next Door The Most Beautiful Girl In the World , Any Time . It's DeloTely Jumping Bean Perhaps. Perhaps, Perhap Bermuda 1-1:30 p. m. WSOY Symphonette Mishel Piastre, conductor; Joseph Fuchs, violin soloist. Ciardas fFiedermaus) I. Strauss To a Water Lily Grieg Pas de Six (William Tell) Rossini Serenade Walts SfambaU Violin Concerto In I minor (Andante) Mendelssohn Dans dea Petes (Coppella Ballet) Delibet Ay. Ay. Ay . Trad. 1:30-2 p. m. WSOY Invitation to Learning James Joyce's "Ulys- orchestra manager George Kuvper ses." a huge experimental work with excerpts from Dvorak's Second written in 1922, which has set a Symphony and Mozart's "Svm- pattern for many stream-of -con- phonic Conccrtante for Violin and!sc!ousnesL no?eAs Js. hJ ! f , - X- w J r T r , ' JT i Claire Trevor will star in "Father's Day" on WMAQ at 4 p. m. today. Philharmonic Symphony Dimitri Mitropoulos, conductor. Viola." ! Noon-12:15 p. m. WILL (580 Kc) Best Short Stories Albert Maltz's "The Happiest Man on Earth." 12:30-1 p. m. WMAQ University of Chicago Round Table "A Businessman's Report on Soviet Russia" with Paul Cadbury, Birmingham, England; Louis Gottschalk and Hans William Tyndall, Columbia univer sity, and William Kogers, editor Associated Press. 1:30-2 p. m. WMAQ American Forum of the Air "The Major Issues of the 1952 Election Campaign" discussed by Sens. Robert Kerr (D-Okla) and Everett Dirk-sen (R-ni). 1:30-3 p. m. WBBM New York Sunday's Radio Programs WSOY-FM 1IU MC CBS WSOY 1341 KC-CBI WDZ IIS EC WMAQ WGN WLS-WENR ffJI KC NBC 720 KC MBS 199 KC ABC I World Newt Roundup Air Chapel Agriculture Roundup World Neva Sunday Gatherln' Llrlnf Faith American Quartet ) Naiarene Hour Comlo Weekly News Roundup Gospel Hour We Hold These Truths -6unday School Lesson Comics Bsck to Ood 7 I AM family Worship Tills Is Milium II Pllrrlm Luth. Church Book Peddler IS Rhythms on Request Serenade In Bint 44 " Kegler'a Korner Radio Pulpit Art of Llrtnt Radio Parade Radio Bible Class Voice at Prophecy Ivsrvbodv'a Miule News Little Brown Chare 81 91 World News Listen Ladles St. Pranets Hour Sunday Devotiooal A Small World 8wing to 4b CInyd Head News News Interesting Pacta Reviewing Stand Volet of Prophet The Christian 10 Iddy Howard Decatur Churches Sunday Devotional Lenten Program Radio Warblers Symphony Scrapbook Eternal Light News Health Clinic Lutheran Hour Funnies Children's 11 , Sunday Serenadt ' Fran tie Carle 1 Mooda in Melody World Newt Dr.'s Orders Guy Lomoardo Critic At Large TJN Story To Be Announced Volet of Hope Prank 4k Israeli News Volet of the Tcrkcl Amateur Hour I Symphonettt Invitation to Learn Learning; Newt Waynt.RIng Catholic Hour H H Steamboat Jamboret American Forum Trendler't Top Tunes Richard Llewellyn Health Quia Sammy Kara l Songs by Klrby Musical i Silhouettet Men The Melody Forward America America's Music Elmo Roper News Highlights Bands for Bonds Fifty Army Band Around tht World Herald of Truth :) 1 World Newt 1 Frank DeVol Show ' Freddy Martin Hour of Charm The Falcon Favorites of Famous Prlvttt Eyt Music Shop Health Clinic Out of the Thunder Revival Hour Red Cross ' Sammy Bays Remember When Carmen Cavallero Norman Cloutler Star Playhouse WhltehaU 1312 The Shadow True Detective Light as Life Greatest Story 60 Tears In Deeatur Music by Roth i it 1 Our Mist Brooks Songs for America Pinal News Texas Ranger Tales Tht Big Show Cabby Haves Show Health Cltnlt Song 8hop Drew Pearson Monday Headline Hour of Decision li r 1 1 4 5? i0 Fe .4 WSOY 134 KC CBS ski Jack Benny dQ ',0 Amos n Andy WSOY-FM WMAQ WGN WLS-WENR 102.1 MC CBS 670 KC NBC 720 KC MBS S90 KC ABC Jack Benny The Big Show Peter Salem Sunday Vtaoert Amos n Andy " Little Symphonies Fine Arts Quartet 7 PM Bergen-McCartby Bergen-McCarthy Harris Paye Show Family Theater :M Broadway Playhoust Broadway Playhoutt Theater Guild Enchanted Hour 4. " Stop ttt Musi 6 7 It Meet Corliss Arettr Urat Cor 1 1m Archer O Q Mv Friend Irma 9 10 Mj Friend Irma Tht t Question Charles Kasher John J. Anthony To Be Announced Caft Istanbul Three Suns 8 lM Telephone Quia IS Choraliera Telephone Quia H C'norallert Tin Pan Valley To Be Announced Dance Band Health Clinle Dance Band Paul Harvey Ntwt Memoa lor Men The Red-Head ft Newt Newa Newt t Senator Dlrksen Senator ulrssrn Sunday Dateline It Robert Trout. Newt Robert Trout. Newt Backpate Bulletins 44 " Day's End On Wings of Sons Newt Health Clinic News Pastor J. C. O'Halr Songs In tht Night 9 10 in H.' Dance Bar d Nrwa: Danrt Band Danct Band Newt The Chet Show Lutheran Vesper Dane Band It's Tour Business The C.I.O. You News in Religion Little Night Music 111 WSOY-FM lftU KC-CM WSOY 134 KC CBS Monday's Radio Programs ( WSOY-FM Special-!), of Illinois vs. Northwestern U. Game Time 7:55 p. m. WDZ lKt KC WMAQ C7I KC NBC .WGN 72 KC MBS WLS-WENR IN KC ABC ) Second Symphony Fifth Symphony BslntSsens Tschalkowsky 6 Rooster Club Dally Prayer: Newt Farts Hoar Ntwt Farm Bullettnt . Morning Devotion! Wake Up With Wood Norman Rosa " Bob Shaffer 1 II N,w,; ", " Farm Hour Chet Randolph t ' Saagamoa Special " Rosa: Newa Newa News f It inr World Ntwt Roandap Chapel of the Air The too Hour Bill Evans Show Red Blanchard 7 rTr Morning Btrald News. Wick Evans - - 1? I T.N.T. Local News: Uusit News; Weather '1 t TJi.T.t Local Newt Musical Clock 400 Hour: Ntwt " Newt ;JJ 8AMNt ef America " Tour Neighbor News Breakfast Oub -AM Musical Seconds " - Johnson Family 1 it ao " Nancrs Notebook Music That Slngt " X HoraeaiakersJoorBal Breakfast Club News jZ iOarf Arthur Qodfrey Kitchen Club Welcome Traveler Newt Me True Story m" lilt " T&C Reporter :Ntws " Virslnla Os'e w 1 1 ' Mot) " Lovt on the Run Doublt or Nothing Victor Llndlahr Whispering Streets M ' V-. John's Jamboree Today's tht Day Against tht Storm 44 H Arthur Godfrey 8hopptrt Serenade Strtkt It Rich Ladles Fair Lone Journey "1 Ai I I lew Betty Last Vincent Lopet Bob & Rar Queen for a Day Break tht Bank I 1 1 jL V- Rosemary Dick Haymea Davt Oarroway X4t n Wendy Wtrrtn Left rtlk A hoot Mark Rodger's Quit C-irt Massey Timt Jack Berch Shew "I i ' Woman's Hour Hugh Cray Show Here s Norman Ross News Kitchen Club I I 1 JT Helen Trent Range Riders " Tello Tett News: Farm Notes I I III Tlmechecker; Ntwt Miller-Gray Show " New. Ma.keU - tu Big Sister News, wick Evans Newt; rtost Cedric Foster Dinner Bell Time . . II 7t Pcrktna News; Markets Mary Merryfleld Marshall Kent " "1 ilTT 1 4. "o"9 Ktw. Mui10 JT"" Norman Ross Market Reporter Noontime New I :il B Guiding Ught Farm Reporter Aroogast Neat Farming Buslnea JLsWiit fM Participation Back to tht Blblt Ralph Edward's show Takt A Number victor Llndlahr aw ' ,11 Perry Mason " " " WLS School Tim f ... M MtrkeU:ArouodTown American Quartet Like a Millionaire Tune Tett Feature Poods I 1 J!JJ Brighter Day - " - r A.t 2" ew' Hilltop Neuet etoppln' By Life Can Be Beautifal If. liarftxet McBridt Charlet Antell ' rt :lt House Party " Road of Lift " Mary Marlla ' H It Party: Cedrle Adams Timt Out Pepper Young Family " Joyce Jordan 41 Auat Jenny Right to Happineat " Evelyn Wlntera lar4t 3 '"Dr. Ma lone Bargtln Counter Backstage Wife Radio Quit Betty Crocker (.M : Telephone Qui " Stella Dallas Bill Evans Show Marriage for Two ZF :lt Musical Billboard Jim Beany Show VUdder Broen " Paul Harvey 4t Billboard: Newa " Woman in My Bouse Earl Nightingale Ted Maloot fj M 47? Bar None Ranch - Just Plain Bin - Beulah Karnty 1 H " - Front Pate Ftrrell " - The Book Shelf " Lorenro Jocet Charles Kasher Record Rambling ff' ! Sleepy Jot " The doctor's Wife Singing Story Tistt Johnny Ray A rtt 5... Crosby Sings Manhattan Music News Bobby Benton Bill Despard C m Crosby: Tour Policy Tex Benrke Wed Howard Mark Trail tV!? " Guest Time Sports: News Wild BUI Hlckok - run. Factory t m Lowell Thomaa News. Wick Evant Kewt W 2-2:15 p. m. WSOY Something Old, Something New Walter Kirby in piano and vocal selections, The Message of the Violet I Prince of Pllseni Luders Ball Ha l (South Pacific) Rodgers a wirn Godowsky Le Mlrolr Ferrari Teach Me, O Lord La Forga 3-4 p. m. WILL BBC World Theater William Shakespeare's "Richard II" is dramatized in a British Broadcasting version. 3:30-4 p. m. WBBM People's Plat form "Should Congressional Hearings Be Broadcast and Tele vised? ' Reps. Leslie Arends (R-IU) and Richard Boiling (D-Mo). 3:30-4 p. m. ravontcs of the Fam ous Wavne Howell, master ot ceremonies; Clifton Fadiman, guest, Ohl Susanna Foster Massas's In de Cold. Cold Ground Foster Dance of the Hours PonchleUl Sonata In C Sharp Minor (Moonlight) Beethoven 4-4:30 p. m. WMAQ Hollywood Star Playhouse "Father's Day" starring Claire lrevor. 4:30-5 p. m. WENR Greatest Story Ever Told The lesson that kindness and forgiveness should be practised in the face of provocation to hate is taught in "And He Re buked Them, based on narrative from Luke 9. 5-5:30 p. m. WSOY 50 Years in Decatur How the people of De catur created parks for their amuse ment, had lun with steamboats, provided a water supply, and what they My in the year 1905 will be told by Uick lielledy. 5:30-7 p. m. WMAQ Big Show lallulah Bankhcad, mistress ot cere monies, has as her guests Rex Har rison, Lilli Palmer, Fred Allen, Portland Hoffa, Henny Youngman, Connie Bos well, Clark Dennis; Meredith Willson, conductor. 7-7:30 p. m. WCN Family Theater John Pavne and Bonita Granville are co-starred in Mildred Cram s story "The Promise;" Elizabeth Scott, hostess. 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Bergcn-Mc earthy ihow Charlie takes a not necessarily welcome interest in opera when Dorothy Kirsten, ojiera, screen and radio star, makes guest appearance; Ray Noble, come dian-orchestra leader. 7:30-8 p. m. WGN Enchanted Hour Nancy Carr, soprano; Walter otcmdcl, conductor. Why Symphony No. 8 (Menuetto) Beethoven Berceuse Sweet Song of Long Ao Make Believe Showbosti Kern Dense Macabre Stlnt-Saens Perpetutl Motion Ries Mandoline Debussy 7:30-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Theater Guild on the Air "Portrait in Black" starring Barbara Stanwyck and Richard Widmark. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Philip Morris Playhouse; Peggy Baskervillc, Uni versity ot Minnesota co-ed, co-stars with Dane Clark in "The Criminal Code." 8-8:15 p. m. WENR Ezio Pinza, basso, and popular music singing star Rosemary Clooncy, substitute for Walter Winchell. 9:05-9:30 p. m. People Act In Tin Top, Texas. 33 widely scattered farm families, living with poor roads and eroded soil, become a community by facing and acting upon their mutual needs. 10:15-10:30 p. m. WSOY Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-Dl) reports from Congress. Monday, March 3 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Educational Theater Today Major Productions, Ned Donahoe, assistant in Speech. 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This I Be lieve Lewis Hoskins, a relief worker, American Friends Service, gives the guiding tenets of his life. 4:30-5 p. m. WSOY Froni the Bookshelf "North With the Spring," joyful tale of following the spring from Florida to Canada, by Edwin Teale, is reviewed by Muriel Perrv, head librarian, De catur public library. 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Suspense-Herbert Marshall in "Thirty-Nine Steps," a swiftlv-paced studv in terror, showing how an ordinary citizen can through a sudden quirk of fate become the No. 1 target of a murderous gang of international spies. 7-7:30 p. n. WNLQ Railroad Hour hite fcagle, starring Gordon MacRae, baritone, with Lucille Norman chorus directed by Norman Luboff and Carmen Drag on's orchestra. 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Voice of Firestone Rise Stevens, contralto, guest vocalist, with orchestra con ducted by Howard Barlow 8 8:30 p. m. WMAQ Telephone Hour Jascha Heifetz, violinist, guest, with orchestra conducted by Donald Voorhees; Walter Hamp den. 8-8:30 p. m. WENR Great Adven ture The story of 40,000 food processors, employing, one and a half million people, competing to supply food worth 33 billion dollars a year to 152 million Americans who put awiy daily 456 million meals, is told in "The 33 Billion Dollar Dinner.". 8 9 p. m. WSOY Lux Theater- film star Kirk Douglas recreates his screen role in "Young Man with a Horn, and singers Jo btallord and Patrice Wymote are featured, in the story ot a jazz trumpeter who rises from obscurity to the peak ot his profession- only to topple when riches and a beautiful girl combine to divert his attention. 9:15-9:30 p. m. WENR Rep. Emanuel Cellcr (D-N. Y.) speaks on the difficulty older people have in securing employment and the old-age problem in general. 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Band of America Paul Lavalle, conductor; the Green and White quartet, The Southerner Alexander I Was Never Loved by Anyone Else Purple Carnival March Trombone King l.ltt.I Wheel a-Turnln' In Mv Heart Spiritual Go Down, Moses Spiritual I Got d Shoes (Queen oi ' I II 1 1 . -nT it r mi - J Jane Russell stars with Bob Hope in "Paleface" on WSOY at 8:30 p. m. Thursday. and Carlton Young in "Dark Victory." Friday, March 7 . 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Great Novels of the World Professor Arthur Secord conducts a discussion of Laurence Sterne's "Tristram Shandy." 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This I Be lieve Lou R. Crandall, engineer and president, George Fuller Con struction (Jo., expresses his philosophy of life. 7:15-7:30 p. m. WSOY Music land, U. S. A. starring Earl Wrichtson, baritone-emcee, with Alfredo Antonini's orchestra and chorus, the Serenadcrs and vocal ists Nancy Evans and Jimmy Carroll; guest, Gracicla Rivera, new Metropolitan .Opera coloratura soprano, in a program dedicated to Victor Herbert. ' Earle Wilkie, baritone; the ensem- j r- u. tKo 8:45-9 a. m. WSOY Garden Gate Tou Are My Lucky Star Freed lia iin UODDtT wra viawcn, horticultural expert, presents lm portant facts about successful gar dening. Grand March Shebai Semper Fidelia Coben Alford King Spiritual Gounod Sousa Tuesday, March 4 6-6:15 a. m. WSOY Job Bulletin Public service program in cooperation with Illinois State Employment service; Paul Marshall, announcer, tells of jobs in this locality. 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This I Be lieve 'Ur. Fred Dow t-agg, presi dent of University of California, reveals his personal philosophy of lite. 4-4:30 p. m. WILL Cooper Union Forum Freedom and Individual itv," Bella Van Bark, member. Association for the Advancement of Psvchoanalvsis; lecturer, American Institute for Psychoanalysis. 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Cavalcade of America "Romance at Fort Crawford," the story of Jefferson Davis' courtship of Sarah Knox laylor. 8:30-9 p. m. WGN Northcrncre When Johnny Comes Marching Home Gilmore Tenement Symphony Borne Lilt Is a BeauUful Thing Livingston Surrey with the Fringe on Ton Rodgers When I Have Sung My Songs Charles Bolero Ravel 9 9:30 p. m. WENR Piano Playhouse concert pianist Crant Johan-nessen and jazz pianist Errol Garner join regular duo-pianists Margaret and Forrest Perrin. 9-9:30 p. m. WMAQ Eddie Cantor Show recordings by Ted Lewis, Willie Kelly s Dixielanders, Robert Merrill, the Onyx Club Bovs. 9:30-10 p. m. WGN AAA Golden Jubilee soprano Nancy Carr, tenor Danny O'Neil, the Starnotcrs, Kord Kings barber shop quartet, Westwinds quartet. Wednesday, March 5 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This I Be lieve The well-known author and novelist, Pearl Buck, has transcribed her thoughts on what should be the guiding philosophy ol lite. 4-4:30 p. m. WILL Studio Theater "Wuthering Heights" (Part I) by Emily Bronte. 7-8 p. m. WGN Musical Theater George Gershwin's musical Lady Be Good is presented by Arlene Dahl, Jeffrey Lynn, Phyllis Kirk and Bob Havmes in the lead ing roles. 8:30 9 p. m. WENR Mr. President Edward Arnold portrays a presi dent who improved civil service and made reform the watchword of the day. 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY Bing Crosby Show Bing will play host to his brother Bob and his niece Cathy; the Rhythmaires. Thursday, March 6 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This I Believe William O. Douglas, Associate U. S. Supreme court justice, airs his personal philosophy of life. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Hallmark Playhouse Joseph Cotten stars as John Howard Payne in Rupert Hughes's novel "The Man without a Home," drama portraying the hopeless love of the author of "Home, Sweet Home" for Man-Godwin, who became the wife of England's illustrious poet, Percy Bysshe Shelley. 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY Stars in the Air Bob Hope and Jane Russell co-star in "Paleface," recreating their original screen roles. 9-9:30 p. m. WSOY Hollywood Sound Stage Barbaras Stanwyck COMMUNITY EVENTS March 2-8 TODAY All American quartet, 7:30, First Evangelical United Brethren. MONDAY "Oklahoma", stage play, 8:45, Lincoln Theater Signal Depot mobile unit equipment displav, 9 a.m. 'to 3, Central park. Y.W.C.A. Lenten service, 2 TUESDAY "Oklahoma" stage play, 8:30, Lincoln Theater John Jacob Niles, American folk song composer and singer, 7:30, First Methodist. WEDNESDAY Office management institute, 9 a.m., Hotel Orlando. 8:45 9 a. m. WMAQ Carnival of Cooks four school girls from Portland, Oregon, will meet author Evclvn Sibley Lampman for a dis cussion ot her new book, I he Bounces of Cynthiann." 9 9:15 a. m. WSOY Magic Carpet Miss Eleanor Sloan, children's librarian, Decatur public library reads "Indians in the House", a pioneer family shows courage when strange Indians come visiting, by Laura Wilder. 10:05-10:30 a. m. WSOY Let's Pre tend the campaign ot two tairy princesses for election as queen leader in the land of enchantment, and thte strange, campaign demands they must fulfill, will be dramatized in "Rosanella." 11-11:30 a. m. WSOY Theatre of Today original radio drama, "The Little lhings. Noon-12:30 p. m. WSOY Grand Central Station William Redfield and Bethel Leslie in "It Makes Difference." , 1-4 p. m. WENR Metropolitan Opera Giuseppe Verdi's grand opera ot Egypt, Aida, is sung by .inka Mialanov, Nell Rankin, Lu-cine Amara, Mario Del Monaco, Leonard Warren, Jerome I lines, Thomas Hayward, and Lubomir Vichegonov in the leading singing roles; Fausto Cleva, conductor. 6:30-7 p. m. WGN Down You Go Words and phrases set the theme for this laugh packed panel show; Dr. Bergen Evans, humorist, moderator-emcee. 7-7:30 p. m. WCN 20 Questions-Author Pat Frank, guest, with regular panelists Fred VanDeventer, Florence Rinard, Herb Polesie and Johnny McPhee; Biil Slater moderates. 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Gangbusters the relatively little known episode of the dramatic escape of Willie Sut ton from the Eastern State peniten tiary in the heart of Philadelphia and his almost immediate recapture, in the third chapter of The Case of Willie 'The Actor' Sutton." 9-10 p. m. WGN Chicago Theater of the Air Jerome Kern's "Ro berta" is sung by Nancy Carr, Bruce Foote and Ruth Slater; Col. Robert R. McCormick, editor and a . .1 1 . g publisher, is beard speaking trora Naples. FiArlnr'c Orrltarc True to Life Dramas rtWT Health and Tour Doctor's -SS w. a nin.4 til aTTtj TODAY. SUNDAY.W WDZ, 12:15 P.M.Cj An authorized representative C of the Macon County Med-fJQ I ical Society will have a frank r discussion about "Hearing Loss." LaaaVl Brong M to Ton by ROTH-JOHNSON DRUG STORE "Dees tar's Fraterlptlea Dregglsts" Trusted to Fill Over 1.000.400 Prescriptions 143 North Water Street Near All Declare Offleea FRINGE AREA TELEVISION 1952 New Models in Blonde and Mahogany are much improved and lower priced than ever. Prices start at $229.95 plus Fed tax. A convenient payment plan. Be sure to see them before you buy and be sure to buy at Decatur's First. TV Dealer. Complete installation and service by our own service department Bycrs Radio and Appliance i "THE HOUSE OF TELEVISION 1028 North Main Phone 2-7473 EMERSON'S HOME OF ECA FOR OVER 20 TEARS DON'T MISS IT!!! 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