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40 RADIO DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Decatur, Illinois, Sunday, February 17, 1932. Beifer Radio Programs for fhe Week By Walter Kirby Sunday, Feb. 17 9-9:15 a. m. WDZ This Is Millikin Phi Mu Alpha and. Sigma Alpha Iota music fraternities in the Millikin School of Music will present highlights from "Fledermaus;" directed by Robert Long; conducted by Elton Burgstahler. 9:45-10 a. m. WDZ Book Peddler Agnes DeMille's "Dance to the Piper," the autobiography of the intrepid dancer who created the ballet for "Oklahoma!" is reviewed bv Muriel Perry, head librarian Decatur public library. 10-10:30 a. m. WBBM Salt Lake Tabernacle-r-choir and organ program. J. Spencer Cornwall, conductor; Alexander Schreiner, organist. Almighty God of Our Fathers James My Heart Ever FaW.Iul Bacb-Caln Discovery Grits God Be With You Tomer Alletro (4th Sonata) Gullmant Slnlonla Is F J. B. Bach 10:30-11 a. m. WGN Northwestern Reviewing Stand "What Should Children Read?" Mrs. Margaret rriskey, Children s Press; Leverett Clcason, publisher; Mrs. Dilla Mac- Bean, Chicago Public Schools libraries; Prof. Paul Witty, Northwestern. 11:15-11:30 a. m. WMAQ Your Symphony Scrapbook Oboist Jerry Sirucek illustrates oboe techniques for George Kuyper, manager of Chicago Symphony, with excerpts from Saint-Saens' "Samson and Delilah," Rimsky-Korsakov's "Scheherazade," and Rossini's "Italian Woman in Algiers." Anna Rosenberg, assistant secretary of defense, will discuss "Do We Need U.M.T. Now?" on WMAQ at 1:30 p. m. today. Noon-12:15 p. m. WILL (580 Kc) Best Short Stories W: Clark Russell's "A Bewitched Ship." 12:15-12:30 p. m. WMAQ U.N. Story Selim Sarper, permanent representative to the U.N. from Turkey, guest. 12:30-1:30 p. m. WILL Ulini Faculty Concert Soulima Stravinsky, pianist, son of Igor Stravinsky. 12:30-1 p. m. WMAQ University of Chicago Round Table "The Military Budget discussed by Roy Blouch, member President Tru man's council of economic advisers; Milton Friedman, professor of economics, and Chauncy Harris, professor of geography, both of University of Chicago. 1-1:30 p. m. WSOY Symphonette Mishel Piastre, conductor; Milton Kave, pianist. 'Hall to the Spirit of Liberty 8ousa Intermezzo IL'Amlco Fritz) Mascagnl In Sherwood Curzon A la Gavotte . Coates Piano Concerts No. 2 i (lnale) Rachmaninoff Warum Schumann The Witches Dance Taylor Home ou the Range m Trad. 1-1:30 p. m. WGN Top Tunes with Trendler Lucille Reed and Bill Snary, popular singers; Robert Trcndler's orchestra. ' Them There Eye I Could Write a Book Would You A Kiss to Build a Dream On Side by Side 1:30-2 p. m. WSOY Invitation to Learning Franz Kafka's "The O - 1 rial, story ot a man who is arrested for a crime of which he is completely unaware and goes through a strange, frustrating trial process; Pierre Szamek, author critic, and Mark Van Doren, Columbia university. 1:30-2 p. m. WENR Sunday Serenade Sammy Kaye's orchestra, the Kavdets and Kaye choir. 'Because of You You Oughta Be In Pictures Little White Cloud That Cried Memory Tunes Longing v I'll Ee Seeing You Just One More Chance 1:30-2 p. m. WMAQ American Forum of the Air "Do We Need U.M.T. Now?" discussed by Anna Rosenberg, assistant secretary of de- SundayRadio Programs WSOY-FM ' lit J MC CBS WSOY 1341 KC CBS 71 WDZ 1050 KC WMAQ (71 KC NBC WGN 720 KC MBS WLS-WENR S90 KC ABC AJsT World News RounducPor God A Country Agriculture nounaup worm news Sunday Gatberin' Llvlnf Faith American Quartet M Nazareiw Hour Comle Weekly News Roundup Your Bible Speaka Everybody's Musla " We Hold These Troths " " Sunday School Lesson Comics Back to God AM Family Worship- This Is Mllllkta rugnm i,utn. Church Book Peddler Rhythms on Request Serenade Id Bin Kegler's Korner A lis Radio Pulpit Art ot LlTlnt Radio Parade Radio Bible Class Toloa of Prophecy News Little Brown Church World News Listen Ladles St. Francis Hour Sunday Devotional A Small World Swing to 4S Clojd Head News News Interesting Pacta Reviewing Stand Volet of Prophecy The Christian Eddy Howard Decatur Churches Sunday Devotional Organ Aires Radio Warblers News Funnies Symphony Scrapbook Health Cllnle " Eternal Light Lutheran Hour Children'! Hour 7! if in 12 M Sunday Serenada i Prankle Carle " Moods in Melody World News Critic At Large Voice of Hop Dr.'s Orders UN Story Guy Lomoardo Chicago Round-table Frank & Earnest News Vole ot the Tcikal Amateur Hour pu Symphonette Invitation to Learn Learning: News Wayne King Catholic Hour Steamboat Jamboree American Forum Trendler's Top Tunes Richard Llewellyn Preston Sellers Sammy Kay 2 rM Grand Opening IS Musical -M Songs by Kirby Men The Melody Forward America 3 True Storlea Elmo Roper News Hitailthts Bands for Bonds Fifty Army Band Around the World Herald ot Truth World News 1 Frank DeVol 8how Freddy Martin 31 4 51 Hour of Charm The Falcon Favorites of Famous Private Eye ' Music Shop Health Cllnle Out of the Thunder Revival Hour ... Capitol Variety ' IS D.n.fT1Kr Ulkn Carmen Cavallero Norman Cloutler Whitehall 1212 The Silent Men The Shadow True Detectiv Light tt Lit Greatest Story 60 Years In Deeatur Songs for America " Final News Our Miss Brooks Texas Ranger Tales The BK 8how Cabby Haves Show Health Cllnle Song Shop Drew Pearson Mondav Headline Hour of Decision 121 Ji M PM 7 rt I 8r li li WSOY 1340 KC CBS M Jack Benny )( Amoa n Andy WSOY-FM WMAQ WGN WLS-WENR 102J MC CBS 670 KC NBC 720 KC MBS 890 KC ABC Jack Benny The Big Show PeUr Salem Sunday Vesoer Amos n Andy " Lltile Symphonies Fin Arta Quartet rM Bergen-McCarthy Berren-McCarthy Harris A Faye Show Family Theater Broadway Playhouse Broadway Playnous Theater Guild Enchanted Hour Meet Corliss Arehr Meet Corliss Archer Charles Kasher My Friend Irma My Friend 4rma The (64 Question John J. Anthony Stop the Musle To Be Announced Caf Istanbul Tht Three Suns M Telephone Quiz Chorallera Telephone Quia Chorallera Tin Pan Valley Endless Frontier Dance Band Paul Harvey News Memos lor Men The Red-Head PM News News News Senator Dirksen Senator Dlrken Sunday Dateline Robert Trout, News Robert Trout, News Backpage Bulletins " " Day'e End On Wini-s of 8on News Health Cllnle Newa Pastor J. C. O'Halr Songs In the Night News: Dance Band Dane Band :t - News: Dane Band Dane Band News The Chez Show Lutheran Vespers Dane Band News; Music Little Night Music News In Religion Little Night Music ,AMWor,d New RousdupChapel of the Air The 400 Hour Moraiui ueraja wona news Local News: Musle Local News Musical Clock 400 Hour: New 6 AM "5" " Newi A- 7AM """" ' Mormn T.N.T. ;JJ T.N.T.: 91 WSOY-FM 1K.1 MC CBS WSOY 1340 KC CBS Rooster Club Monday's Radio Programs ( WSOY-FM Spec!al--U. of Illinois vs. Indiana University Game Time 7:25 p.m. J ' foi W" Hoagy Carmichacl will be one of Tallulah Bankhcad's guests on The Big Show at 5:30 p. m. today on WMAQ. fense, and E. Raymond Wilson, ex ccutive secretary Friends Committee on National Legislation. 1:30-3 p. m. WBBM New York Philharmonic Symphony Dimitri Mitropoulcs, conductor; A r t h u Whittcmore and Jack Lowe, duo- pianists; James Fassett, host. Svmnhony No. 3 in E flat major (Erolral Beethoven Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra Vaughan-WUllams 2-2:30 p. m. WMAQ "Three True Stories with No Comment dra matic vignettes presenting an incident from the lives of three members of the so-called minority groups a young Jew, a Negro army mess sergeant, and a Mexican high school honor student. 2:45-3 p.m. WSOY Something Old, Something New songs 'and piano numbers by W alter Kirby. Nocturne In X flat major Chopin Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes arr. Qullter Minuet isonatlne) Ravel Cod Is a Spirit Van Dyke 3-4 p. m. WILL BBC World Theater "Caesar's Friend," Campbell Dixon and Dcrmot Morrah. 3:30-4 p. m. WDZ Favorites of the Famous Wayne Howell, master of ceremonies; Q u e n t i n Reynolds, guest. Beautiful Blue Danube 3. 8trauss Oalte Parlslenne. Part 7 Odrnbach Polonaise In A flat Chopin On the Road to Mandalay Speaks 4:30-5 p. m. WENR Greatest Story Ever Told "Call No Man Unclean," story telling of a vision experienced by the Roman centurion Cornelius in which he is tc!d to send messengers to a distant city to seek teaching from the disciple Peter. i 4:30-5 p. m..WMAQ The Silent Men "Stolen Arsenal, govern ter Steindel conducts. Second Arabesque Debussy Batti, Battl (Don OlovannI) Mozart Mock Morris Oralnger Love's Old Sweet Song Molloy Shepherd Boy Grieg Claire de Lune Debussy Rustic March (Lyric Suite) Grieg Lea Fillea de Cadla Bizet 7:30-8:30 p.'m. WMAQ Theater Guild on the Air "The Meanest Man in the World" starring James Stewart, Josephine Hull and Colleen Gray. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Philip Morris Playhouse Four of America's leading college actors vie for first prize in the Philip Morris Intercollegiate Acting competition when they appear in "The Examiner,'' written especially for the occasion by producer-host-director Charles Martin. 9:05-9:30 p. m. WBBM People Act An area, dependent upon one crop, creates the "Tupelo Plan" to achieve new prosperity through model farms and diversified industry. 9:30-10 p. m. WSOY Choraliers conducted by Eugene Lowell; Nino Ventura, tenor. March of the Musketeers Friml-Orev My Dream Girl Herbert Lo.e, Your Magic Spell Is Everywhere Gouldlng Polly. Wolly Doodle DeSylva Kashmiri Song Woodforde-Flnden "Mary" medley Cohan I Love Thee Grieg Man on me riying irapez 9:30-10 p. m. WMAQ The Endless rronticr Raymond Massey stars in "Only One to a Customer," the story of the fight against heart disease; Dr. Louis Katz, of Michael Reese hospital, Chicago, president American Heart association. 10:15-10:30 p. m. WSOY Sen. tverett Dirksen IK-lll) reports from Congress. Monday, Feb. 18 8-8:45 a. m. WILL Illini Time- classical recordings. Alclna Suite Handel-Whlttaker Symphony No. 27 In O major Mozart 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Educational Theater Today Actor's Workshop, Clara Behnngcr, supervisor. 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This I Be lieveRalph "Babe" Pinelli, base ball umpire of National league, ex presses his philosophy of life. 3-3:30 p. m. WBBM Theodore Tanncnwald Jr., assistant director and counsel, Office Director fo Mutual Security in an address. "The Role of the Mutual Security Program. p. m. ILL. Air. Darcv Comes to Huntsford," another chap ter from Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice. 4:30-5 p. m. WSOY From the Bookshelf Guv Morrison's "We Shared an Island," an Australian family's attempt to escape civiliia tion, reviewed bv Muriel Pcrrv head librarian, Decatur public li brary. I- v (ff V"Sto: M 2 J );n-):.tU p. m. WMJV-hiM lou and the World Techniques used ment agent drama starring Douglas to reach the countries behind the Fairbanks, Jr. Iron curtain and the Bamboo cur- , x-orir rr, - ta'n in Red China will be discussed D-3:su p. m. W7ui 3U icars in , , . ,,. r 1 , ,. ,, , . i Psychological Warfare. Decatur Dick Hellcdv interviews - : . . w. :.' ...u 7-7-f) n m WSfiY iiovn dll llliuuiltilil iyL.diuiurf vwiu m ill i '-v t -r , reminisce with him on 1903, when Richard Widmark grimly tracks pianists Marc President Theodore Roosevelt visited . huge and ferocious black panther ir Bonan Decatur, when "Sweet Adeline" until he makes the terrifying dis- was composed, and will give a ; coven,' that the panther now is track Rep. Harold Velde (R-Ill.) appears on America's Town Meeting to discuss "Are We Losing Our Civil Liberties in Our Search for Security?" on WENR at 8 p. m. Tuesday. taches himself to a Tibetan pilgrim, stars child actor Dean Stockwell and Errol Flynn in their screen roles. 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ Band of America Silver jubilee conducted by Paul Lavalle; Frank Black and Rosario Bourdon, guest conductors; Jessica Dragonctte and Lucille Manners, sopranos, and James Melton, tenor; Green and White quartet. Cities 8ervlce Triumphal March ' Lavalle On the Mall Goldman Slavonic Dance In C major Dvorak Valse Huguette (Vagabond King) Frlml Ah 80 Pure Martha Flotow One Night of Love SchertzlnEer Symphony No. 4 (finale) Tscbaikowsky Scottish Medley Arr. Trooping the Colors Trad. Tuesday, Feb. 19 6 6:15 a. m. WSOY Job Bulletin Board Public service program formerly heard at 6 a. m. in cooperation with Illinois State Employ ment service, raul Marshall, an nouncer, tells of job's in this locality. 1:40-1:45 p. m. W SOY This I Be lieve Albert J. Ncsbitt, president of a large industrial organization expresses his philosophy of life; Ed ward R. Murrow, commentator. 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Cavalcade of America Claude Rains stars in "Three Words." 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Hollywood starring Robert Cummings. 8-8:45 p. m. WENR America's Town Meeting "Arc We Losing Our Civil Liberties in Our Search for Security?" Cong. Harold Velde (Kill), member House Un-Amcr ican Activities committee; Patrick Murphy Malin, National Director American Civil Liberties union. Er-win Canham, moderator. 8:30-9 p. m. WGN Northerners-June- Browne, soprano; the octet and the ensemble. 8:30-9 p. m. WENR Mr. President Edward Arnold portrays the president who is overwhelmingly reelected after protecting the country's interests against foreign intrusion and finds himself vigorously opposed when he vetoes a bill on internal improvements. Thursday, Feb. 21 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This I Be lieve Dr. Edmund A. Brasset, physician and author of "A Doc tor s Pilgrimage, gives his personal views of life. 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Hallmark Playhouse James Hilton, novelist- host, presents Powder Mission. 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY Stars in the Air Betty Mutton and MacDonald Carey in the romantic comedy Suddenly It s Spring. 9-9:30 p. m. WSOY Hollywood T h e a t e r "The Premonition," Sound Stage Kirk Douglas and Marilyn Maxwell co-star in Ring Lardner s famous short storv, 1 he Champion." Friday, Feb. 22 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Great Novels of the World Thomas Mann's "The Magic Mountain;" Professor Helmut Rchdcr. ' 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This 1 Believe Dr. Charles Johnson, sociologist, president Fisk university, tells about his philosophy of life. 4:15-4:30 p. m. WILL World in Books American Heritage program. 7:15-7:30 p. m. WSOY Musicland, U.S.A. Alfredo Antonini and his orchestra; Earl Wrightson, baritone- host; Frances Greer, soprano; Jim my Carroll, tenor; Musicland Sere nades. Farmer's Dance Rodgers I Can't 8ay No Rodgers Peode Will Ear We're lr. Love Rodgers Your Land and My Land Romberg God Bless America Berlin I Left My Heart Romberg i.ei s laac an via rasnionea Walk Berlin Give Me Your Tired Berlin 8 8:30 p. m. WMAQ Mario Lanza Show Mario Lanza, tenor; vocalist Giscle MacKensie and Ray Sinatra's orchestra. Yesterdays Kern Emnreceable You Gershwin Fools Rush In Bloom Cheek to Cheek Berlin Someday I'll Find You Coward Nola Arndt Papa Pique et Manon Coud Trenet Tell Me Tonight Spollansky Saturday, Feb. 23 8:45-9 a. m. WMAQ Carnival of Books Illinois author 'Marguerite Henry's latest Junior Literary guild selection, Album of Horses will be discussed. 9-9:15 a. m. WSOY Magic Carpet Miss Eleanor Sloan, children's librarian, Decatur public library reads from "Augustus andi the River" storv of a family who j had fun no matter what happened. TlTproren Logger ,9:15-9:25 a.m. WSOY Alaska we5Kils? a,shad'oiy!oheme) Pu""" ( Cruise in anticipation of a pro-iKing and ii Rodcers posed trip to Alaska this summer, comin" thru the Rye arr. Waring I Mrs. Mildred Sutherd begins a new series celebrating the culture, cus 9-9:30 p. m. WENR Piano Play-;,oms and xcncvf 0f Alaska. house conceit pianist Ida Krchm, COMMUNITY EVENTS Feb. 17-23 MONDAY Millikin elementary recital, 7:30, Millikin School of Music. WEDNESDAY 4-1 1 club leaders annual luncheon meeting, noon, Masonic Tern1 pie. f Y.W.C.A. "February Frolic," 2, Y.W.C.A. FRIDAY "Die Fledermaus", 8:15, Albert Taylor hall. Community Chest annual meeting, 4, Y.W.C.A. Decatur high school senior class play "Take Care of My Little Girl", 8:15, high school auditorium. SATURDAY Decatur Club Mardi Gras dinner-dance, 7:30 through midnight. "Die Fledermaus", 8:15, Albert ' Taylor hall. Decatur high school senior class play "Take Care of My Little Girl", 8:15, high school auditorium. Central Station Mildred Dun-nock, Leora Dana and Mason Adams in "Seed of Doubt," story of a woman who has to decide whether to accept the verdict of physicians after her mental-patient fiance is pronounced cured. 1:15-4 p. m. WENR Metropolitan Opera Richard Strauss' "Elektrs." is sung by Astrid Varnay, Walburgt Wegner, Elizabeth Hoengen, Set Svanholm, Paul Schoeffler, Alois Pemerstorfer in the leading roles; Fritz Reiner, conductor. 5:30-6:30 p. m. WMAQ NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Guido Cantelli. Partita (American premlprei Ohedlnt Pictures at an Exhibition Moussorgsky 7-7:30 p. m. WGN 20 Questions James Farlev is guest with Fred YanDeventer, Florence Rinard, and Herb Polesie in the "vegetable, animal or mineral game; Dill Slater moderates. 9-10 p. m. WGN Chicago Theater of the Air Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Mikado" with Eleanor Warner, Carl Nelson and John Barclay the singing stars. 9:30-10 p. m. WMAQ Sen. Everett M. Dirksen (R-Ill) is heard in in address entitled "Quo Vadisr" under the auspices of the Republican National committee. pianist Dave bowan, duo- ;arct and Forrest Pemn, 10:05-10:30 a. m. WSOY Let's Pretend the Nila Mack Pretenders WDZ 1050 KC s: Sangamon Sangamon Special WMAQ 670 KC NBC Dally Prayer; News Norman Ross Wake Cp With Wood Ross: News WGN 720 KC MBS Farm Hour tt Newa Farm Hour Newa WLS-WENR 890 KC ABC Farm bulletins Bob Shaffer Chet Randolph Newa Bill Evans 6bo Red Blanchard " News; Weather " News .am News ot America, - Musical Seconds Nancy's Notebook Romemaker's Journal Breakfast club Your Neighbor Musle That 81ngs News News Johnson Family Breakfast Club AM Arthur Godfrey Kitchen Club Favorite Hvmn Mister Confusion John's Jamboree Welcome Traveler Double or Nothing 11 111 Newa Virginia Gale Victor Llndlahr Today's the Day Mj True Story Betty Crocker Against the storm Arthur Godfrey Betty Lana Rosemary Shopper's Serenade Strike It Rich News, TAC Reporter Dick Bsymes King's Row Dave Garroway Ladles Fair Queen for t Day Lone Journey News Break the Bank Wendy Warren Woman'a Hour Helen Trent Tlmechecker: News Let's talk About Fran Warren Range Riders Miller-Beany Show Wayne King Mary Merrvfleld Bob dt Ray Curt Massey Tlmt News Tello Test New. US? Big Sister ma rersjna Noon News Guiding Light News Markets World News Musio Farm Newa farm Reporter News; Rosa Cedrlc Foster Here's Norman Ross MirshaU Kent Market Reporter Arbogast Neaa Jack Berch Show Kitchen Club News: Farm Notes Markets Dinner Bell Time Noontime New Farming Business fM Participation Back to the Blbla ferry Aiason " Markets: AroundTown American Quartet Brighter Day -4 6 OS1 J fM X 02 Ralph Edward's Show Take A Number Like a Millionaire Tune Test Victor Llndlahr WLS School Tim Feature Fooda fM Hilltop House , Stoppln' By House Party Party: Cedrlc Adams Time Out Aunt Jenny " Life Can Be Beautiful M. Margaret McBrlde Charles AnteU Road ot Life Mary Marlln Pepper Young Family jovce jordan Right to Happinesa " Evelyn Wlntera Dr. Malone Telephone Quia Musical BlllDoard Billboard: Newa Bargain Counter Backstage Wife Radio Quia Valiant Lady . ' Stella Dallas BUI Evana Show Marriage for Two Jim Beany Show Wldoer Bron ' Paul Harvey " Woman In My Rouse Earl NlgbUngale . Ted Malona Bar None Ranch Th. HmW Bti.lf i Sleepy Joe fM ; Just Plata BUI Front Pace Farrefl Lorenzo Jones Mark Rodger's Quia Charles Kasher Singing story Tim Beulah Karney The Lowe-Down Crosby Slnga Crosby: Your Policy Guest Time Lowell Thomas Sports: Newa Final News News Wed Howard Bobby Benson Wild Bill Hlckok Cisco Kid a Tun Factory it ji in m IfM ;JJ JI ji J! 51 in him, in "Track of the Cat.1 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Railroad I lour Gordon MacRac reenacts the role of Johann Wolfgang Goethe in Franz Lehar's "Fredcricka," with Patricia Morrison. 7:30-8 p. m. WMAQ Voice of Firestone Eleanor Steber, Metropolitan opera soprano; Howard Barlow conducts the orchestra and chorus. Who ' Kern Kisr Me Again (Mile. Modlstel Herbert Band of America March Lavalle The Sleigh Kounti Porgl Amor (Marriage of Figarul Mozart Overture (Tannhauserl Wagner My Hero (Chocolate Soldier) . Straus 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Telephone Hour Robert Casadcsus, piano soloist; Donald Yoorhccs conducts the Bell Telephone orchestra. Minstrels (Preludes) Debussv Reflets dans I'Eau Debussv Golliwog's Cake-Walk Dehussv Reverie Debussy Concerto for Left Hand 1 2nd parti ' Ravel 8 9p. m. WSOY Lux Theater "Kim," Rudvard Kipling's storv of VI- 1 11 r n. m. .ti uncnantetiiinuia as seen tnroucn tnc eves ot Hour Nancy Carr, soprano; W'al- an orphaned British lad who at- birdseve view of Decatur's uptown district. 5:30-7 p. m. WMAQ Big Show Tallulah Bankhead, mistress of ceremonies, has as her guests Hoagy Carmichacl, Jane Pickens, Vera Lynn, Joan Davis, Fred Allen, Portland Hoffa; Meredith Willson's orchestra. 7-7:30 p. m. W SOY Bcrgen-McCar-thy Show Charlie McCarthy lures his truant officer into a freight car, then slams the door and sends the poor fellow to Chicago with a shipment of live hogs as company; guests, Lcs Paul and Mary Ford. 7-7:30 p. m. WGN Family Theater Loretta Young, star of first Family Theater broadcast, headlines the least for the fifth anniversary pro gram in an original story, I leritage of Home," dedicated to the homes of America by Robert I lugh O'Sul-livan. 7:30-8 r. m. WGN Enchanted M Vlto I Get a Kick Out of You Wll Till You Set Her Wednesday, Feb. 20 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Library Presents "Censorship of the American Film," Dr. C. Walter Stone, assistant professor library science. 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This I Believe U.N. delegate Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt expresses her personal philosophy of life. 7- 8 p. m. WGN Musical Theater-Boris Karloff portrays the Good Fairy and Lisa Kirk and John Contc arc co-featured for the musical "Yo-lande and the Thief." 8- 8:30 p. m. WSOY Life with Luigi J. Carroll Naish as the Italian immigrant; recently awarded National Conference of Christians and Jews citation for outstanding contributions to mutual understanding and respect among American religious, racial and national groups. 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY Bing Crosby Show the Mills Brothers and Patti Page share guest honors with Bing and the Ktavtlimaircs. Schumann I present the children's comcdv-fan- 1poersr. "xvhy ,hc Sca Is SaIt-" Rodgers , in:au-noon H5U1 stars over Iollywood An attractive young lady who mistakes an astronomer, played by MacDonald Carcv, for an astrologer, in "Under a Lucky Star." Noon-12.25 p. m. WSOY Grand CAJL ALL GRADES SAT BY BUYING COAL FROM JOHNSON Coal and Asphalt Co. 1600 EAST GARFIELD Phone 7824 ' V A Are You Within EYESIGHT of the Wonderful Spring Season? $50 Single Vision or Krytok Bifocals REPLACED WHILE TOU WAIT MOST PRESCRIPTIONS BROKEN LENSES ONE-DAY SERVICE- OPTICAL REPAIRS WHILE SOU WAIT WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES Thorough Eyesight Test ly III. 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