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Reclip Share Print Download 48 RADIO DECATUR SUNDAY HERALD AND REVIEW Decatur, Illinois Sunday, April 13, 1953. Better Radio Programs for the Week By Walter Kirby Unity, April 13 6-6:30 6-6:30 6-6:30 i.m. VBBM Sunrise Service Easter observances at historic Natural Natural Bridge, Va.; college choral groups. 6-7 6-7 6-7 a. m. WDZ Annual Easter Sunrise Sunrise Service from Nelson park, Decatur, Decatur, "A" Choir of Decatur high school; message by Rev. Jay Logan, First Presbyterian church. ( :30-7 :30-7 :30-7 a. m. WBBM Easter Sunrise Services Garden of the Cods, Colorado Colorado Springs, Colo., among the gigantic red rocks at the foot of Pilte's Peak. 7 8 a. m. WSOY Hollywood Bowl Easter Sunrise service John Charles Thomas, baritone, with the Mormon choir and the Los Angeles svmphoneue, conducted by Frank Rubbell. Olorta Petri Welneke Holy HolT, Roly Dytea The Lord's Prayer Malotte Alleluia O'Connor-Morris O'Connor-Morris O'Connor-Morris Kxrerpts from "Water Music" Handel Ainu, Oct Bliet Exr.erpts "The Messiah" Handel A Mighty Portress I, Our Ood Luther 7:05-7:30 7:05-7:30 7:05-7:30 a.m. WMAQ Easter Sen. Edwin Johnson (D-Colo.), (D-Colo.), (D-Colo.), president of the Western Baseball league, is co-moderator co-moderator co-moderator of "Baseball Forecast of 1952 Season", on WMAQ at 1:30 p. m. today. who found personal resurrection in her faith in God. 10- 10- 10:30 a.m. WBBM Salt Lake Tabernacle choir and organ program; program; J. Spencer Cornwall, conductor, conductor, Alexander Schreiner, organist. organist. XUn Lord Omul Cuter iint Ait. Pnhrman Alleluia Arr. Dels Christ Is Rlsea Arr. DeU Euter Joy Arr. DeU Lord. Now Victorious (CaraOlene . RosUcanat Maacagcl Jeus, toy of Maa'a Desiring Bach O Lord of Host Careless 10:30-11 10:30-11 10:30-11 a. m. WGN Northwestern Reviewing Stand "Why Are People Turning to the Church?" Charles Albers, Board of National Missions,' Presbyterian Church, U.S.A.; Rev. Eugene Bartlett, Ev-anston, Ev-anston, Ev-anston, 111.; Rev. Kenneth Hilde-brand, Hilde-brand, Hilde-brand, Chicago; Rev. James Mc-Leod, Mc-Leod, Mc-Leod, Northwestern. 11- 11- 11:30 a.m. WBBM "On the Third Day" Special dramatization of the Easter story, taken from Matthew and John, with original Easter choral music composed by Ralph Hunter. 11:15-11:30 11:15-11:30 11:15-11:30 a.m. WMAQ Your I4 i I m 3 Loretta Young is one of many stars to appear in "Triumphant Hour" on WGN at 7:30 p.m. today, a story of the Resurrection from the viewpoint of Mary Magdalene. Magdalene. Adoramui Te Then snail the Era of the Blind -.". -.". . ...r-. ...r-. ...r-. r, . , m t il l . V - . . I Sunrise Service-From Service-From Service-From a baree an-! an-! an-! 5 m;.V"X V . A,ll"fin;Swnphony Scrapbook Miss Judith,. choredin Lake Springfield near the i" lhe .MlUtllun : Jann """i Waller, who has been associated Illinois capital; Easter message by Dr. Floyd Finson, McCormick Theological Theological seminary, Chicago. 7:30-8 7:30-8 7:30-8 a. m. WMAQ Grand Canyon Canyon Easter Service Description of the sun rising over the rim of the canyon by Gov. Howard Pyle, of Noon-12:15 Noon-12:15 Noon-12:15 p. m. WILL (580 Kc) Best Short Stories Cecil Binney's The Saint and the icar. now as NBC Chicago director of c&uF&JVSSl, 22S2I public affairs and education, will re- re- Meiiiahi Handel "11 ner earlV xTenenCeS wltn tIK 9:15-9:30 9:15-9:30 9:15-9:30 a. m. WDZ Book Peddler ?1"0 Sjphony for George Muriel Perrv. head librarian. De-1 De-1 De-1 Arizona; sermon by Prior, Tempa, Ariz. catur public library, reviews Ileana, Rev. Cecil i Archduchess of Austria's "I Lice I Again," the Roumanian princess ! ence." 11:30 a. m.-noon m.-noon m.-noon WMAQ Eternal Light "A Token of His Pres- Pres- II at 44 81 J 10 11 12 J 2 J J 5 WSOY-FM WSOY-FM WSOY-FM 1HJ MC CM WSOY 134 KC-CBS KC-CBS KC-CBS BunrUe Serrtea Hollywood Bowl den, alto; Jan Rodriguez, soprano. , witn WMAQ as its manager and; 12:30-1 12:30-1 12:30-1 p. m. WMAQ University ot Chicago Hound lable Joseph Kitagawa and Coert Kylaarsdam and Wilhelm Pauck, all of the University University of Chicago, discuss "The Pres-sent Pres-sent Pres-sent Day Meaning of Easter." 12:30-1:30 12:30-1:30 12:30-1:30 p. m. WILL Illini Faculty Faculty Concert The Collegium Musi-cum, Musi-cum, Musi-cum, George Hunter, director. 12:30-1 12:30-1 12:30-1 p.m. WDZ "Little Red Schoolhouse," another episode from "I Was a Communist for the F.B.I.," with Dana Andrews as Matt Cvetic, who posed as a Communist Communist for the F.B.I. Sunday's Radio Programs I WSOY-FM WSOY-FM WSOY-FM Specialist. Louis Cards vs. St. Louis Browns 1 Game Time 2:25 p. m. ' : WDZ ltM KC WMAQ ci KC NBC W6N 72 KC MBB WLS-WEMR WLS-WEMR WLS-WEMR M KC ABO Air Chapel Worla flewe Living Faith Amaricao Quartet Natartae Raw Ceasle Weekly Hewa Roandup Gospel Hour BTerybody'a Musle " To Be Announced " " Sunday School lesoo Comics Bick te Ood Family Worship Thla ! Ullllkla Radio Pulpit Radio Blbla Claaa Newa Pilgrim Uith. Church Book Peddler " " Uttle Browrj Oiurcb fUirUusi on Reouest Krglers Korner Art of Llitnt Volet of Prophecy " " " Radio Parade ". . " world Newa A Small World Newa Volea of Prophets " Lliten Ladiea Swing to 45 Interesting Pacta " St. Praneia Hoar Public Affalra Renewing 8tand The Christian , Sunday Devotional Newa " Decatur Churches M Sunday Berenado Prankla Carl Sunday Dteotloaal Joy of Eaitr ""world" Newa Dr. 'a Ordera Communlat for FBI Radto Warblere Newa SeropboBT Serapbook Health Cllnle Eternal Lltht Lutheran Boor Funalea Cb'.ldran'a Bowr Critic At Larie Mike IS Round Table Volea of Boa Prank faraeat Newa VeJaa of the Tertai Amatawj Boat rtfsrrnphoaetu la laettalloB to Leara Learniaf; Newa Story of Eaater Catholic Bout Farorltea of Famoua Amerlcaa Pontai Treadltr'A Top Tunea Charlea Kaiher Health Quia Sketchbook flonts be Klrby n iraiier prevua e Sllhouettea Hour of Charm Voice of America Baseball Game Cards 4c Browns Elmo Roper America's Mitale Bob Consldlne Newa HKiuiiBta Bandstand O S A. Fifty Army Baad Lutheran Hour Herald of Truth " Muslrale Auisburr Choir Freddie Martin The Fakoa Prirate Era Music Shop Health Cllnle Msthew BeU'a Filet ReTiraJ Hour , Capitol Variety m Samaiy Kara Remember Whea Star Playhouse The Shads Thanks for Llstenln' Trat OetecUT Lljbt Lift Oreateat Story . M Teara la Deeatur It s a Crazy World " Carmen Cavallero ' Our Mlaa Brooks Final Newa Texas Ranrar Talea Oabby Haas Sbo The Bit Show Health Cllnle Bong Shop Nfwi Monday Headltaaa Hour of Decialoa WSOY 134 KC CBS , SM Jack Beaay Amoa Andy M Beraea-McCarthy Beraea-McCarthy Beraea-McCarthy amm.MiCim n.m. a p.ahow Broadway Plajhouaa Broadway Playhouse Theater Oulld 61 71 85 91 M llsr WSOY-FM WSOY-FM WSOY-FM lttJ MC CBS Jack Benny Amoa a Andy v WMAQ 17 1 KC NBC The Blf Show WGN 72t KC MBS To Be Announced Charlea Kasber WLS-WENR WLS-WENR WLS-WENR SM KC ABC Surday V Fine Avta Quartet 6! Child City Easter Triumphant Hour Stop tho Musta Screen Oulld Theater Screen Oulld Theater " Prlead Irma afj Frtead Irma The 4 Queitloa Joha J. Aathoa Drew Peanoa Corliss Archer Three Suns Telephone Quia Chorallera TelepBoaa Qvla Chorallara Khakt Blua MedtclBe. TJ 8 A. Dsnce Band Health Cllnle Dauct Band Paal Barret Newa Memos tor Men Cafe Istanbul Newa Newa Newa Senator Dlrksea Senator Dlrksen Bunday Dateline Robert Trout, Newa Robert Trout. Neva Backpate Bulletin Day'a End Oa of Sons Newt Healta Cllale Newa Pastor J. C. 0Hatr Sonra In the Night 71 H Ji 101 Daaea Baad Daaco Band Neva: Dane Baad Dance Bud Newa The Chei ShoV Lutheran Veanen Daata Baad Talking It Orer As We See It -Newa -Newa Ib Religloa Little Night Musle 111 WSOY-FM WSOY-FM WSOY-FM 1J MC CM WSOY 134 KC CBS Morslnf LTOt!on Siiimm SpelJ Monday's Radio Programs I WSOY-FM WSOY-FM WSOY-FM Special-You Special-You Special-You and the World 1 I 5:15 p. m. J 6 Pa dBBal n TJ.T.t WDZ WMAQ ltM KC C7t KC NBC Wake Up With Wood Norman Rosa WGN 12 KC-MBS KC-MBS KC-MBS Farm Bear a Newa Wood; Sports Ross: Newa Farm Hoar Newa WLS-WENR WLS-WENR WLS-WENR M KC ABC Farm duuetiaa Dolph Hewitt Chet RaadoipB News """"-ST """"-ST """"-ST World Newt RoadiO) Chapel ot the Air The 4N Bow omine aterajw newa, wica cvana Loaal News: Music Local Neva Musical Cloak 400 Boar: Newa BUI Erani Skew Red Blaaeaard Newt: Weather Newa 8M newa at a Musical I lemema 9Artl r : .aM Newa of Amanoa " aacoada Ranera Notekoak aakefaJoaraalBraakfaat CUe Tear Neltkkar Matta That Slag Newa Newa Johatoa Family 1-1:30 1-1:30 1-1:30 p.m. WDZ "The Story of Easter" The events from Floly Thursday to Easter Sunday are told musically; Kenneth Schon, basso, Viviane Bauer, contralto; Church in the Wildwood Choir, concert orchestra orchestra directed by Ben Ludlow. 1-1:30 1-1:30 1-1:30 p. m. WSOY Symphonette Mishel-Piastre, Mishel-Piastre, Mishel-Piastre, conductor. Easter Overture Andante Rellgioso Ave Maria Hallelujah Chorua 8pring Symphony (1st movement Clair da Lune Valse Lenta Rlmsky-Korsakoff Rlmsky-Korsakoff Rlmsky-Korsakoff Thome Schubert Handel Schumann Debussy Marchettl 5-5:30 5-5:30 5-5:30 p.m. WSOY 50 Years in Decatur Dick Helledy describes the year 191 1 in Decatur; the beginning beginning of the ragtime era; firehorse goes back to the country; Anti-Cigarette Anti-Cigarette Anti-Cigarette Anti-Cigarette league launches vigorous campaign; campaign; $2,000,000 in construction going on in Decatur. Alexander's Ragtime Band Berlin Oh Ton Oreat Big Beautiful Doll 5:30-7 5:30-7 5:30-7 p.m. Big Show Tallulah BanLhead, mistress of ceremonies, has as her guests Jackie Miles, Grout ho Marx, George Sanders, Fred Allen, Portland Hoffa, Peggy Lee; Meredith Willson's orchestra. 7-7:30 7-7:30 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Bergen-McCar-thy Bergen-McCar-thy Bergen-McCar-thy Bergen-McCar-thy Bergen-McCar-thy Show Bergen and Charlie go house to house in a public opinion survey to find out whether they are ready for TV and discover they are not even ready for radio; Cisele MacKensie, guest. 7-7:30 7-7:30 7-7:30 p. m. WGN Order of Moose Easter Cantata Sung by the 140 mixed voices of the combined Catholic Catholic and Protestant choirs of the world-famous world-famous world-famous "Child City" of Mooseheart, HI., directed by Hal Young. 7:30-8:30 7:30-8:30 7:30-8:30 p. m. WGN Triumphant Hour An all-star all-star all-star cast including Loretta Young, Gene Lockhart, J. Carrol Naish, Ruth Hussey, Bnbbv Driscoll, Jeanne Cajjnev, O'Brien, Lizabeth Scott, Gigi Per- Per- reau in a story of the Resurrection from the viewpoint of Mary Magdalene; Magdalene; Astrid Vamay, Metropolitan opera soprano, Christopher Lynch, tenor, Robert Weede, baritone, Anna Maria Albreghetti and Eileen Farrell, soprano. .. e- e- - , . " . v , , , Donna Reed stars with John Lund in "The Mating of Millie" on WSOY at 8 p. m. today. aid Voorhees conducting the Bell i Symphonic orchestra and chorus. Bailor's Dance Red Poppy) Ollere I Still See Ellsa Loewe Intermeuo and Valsa Lento i Sylvia Dellbes In Questa Tomba Oscura Beethoven Donielle Fugglte Cavalll Overture to "Zampa Herald 81 Tra I Ceppl (Berenice) Handel 8 9 p. m. WSOY Lux Theater-Jane Theater-Jane Theater-Jane Powell and George Murphy portray a brother and sister Broad-wav Broad-wav Broad-wav musical comedv team who arc Pat! booked for performances in London at the time of the royal wedding, and encounter romance en route, in "Royal Wedding." 8:30-9 8:30-9 8:30-9 p. m. WMAQ , Band of America conducted by bandmaster bandmaster Paul Laval lc, and the Green and White quartet. Weiss Alleluia Pania Angelicua , Hosanna At- At- Maria Allelu O'Connor-Morris O'Connor-Morris O'Connor-Morris Pranck Granler Lourdes 1 Mozart 7:30-8 7:30-8 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Philip Morris Plavhouse Rex Harrison co-stars co-stars co-stars with Wendy Lee, Smith 'College, senior, in The Gioconda, Smile. 7:30-8:30-p.m. 7:30-8:30-p.m. 7:30-8:30-p.m. 7:30-8:30-p.m. 7:30-8:30-p.m. WMAQ Theater Guild on the Air "Florence Nightingale" starring Katharine Cornell with Brian Aherne. 8-8:15 8-8:15 8-8:15 p. m. WENR Drew Pearson the famed commentator takes over Walter Winchell's program until his complete recovery. 8-8:30 8-8:30 8-8:30 p. m. WSOY Screen Guild Theatre Donna Reed and John Lund co-star co-star co-star in "The Mating of Millie." 9-9:30 9-9:30 9-9:30 p. m. WMAQ New Jersey 1:30-2 1:30-2 1:30-2 p.m. WSOY Invitation to Learning "The Prelude," based : pr;marv Preview. upon William Wordsworth's poet-L poet-L poet-L . nr...r . ical autobiography and description ?f , f - " ours m of his relation to nature, discussed I n flue - Phil Foster, m.c. piuiMuuai act in aimy, navy anu air force competing for - Armed Forces Talent championship. by Jan Struther English novelist, and 'Mark Van Doren, Columbia university. 1:30-2 1:30-2 1:30-2 p.m. WMAQ American Forum of the Air "Baseball Fore cast of 1952 Season" discussed by Tim Cohane, sports'editor, "Look," and Shirley Povich, sports editor, Washington Post, with Sen. Edwin Johnson (D-Colo), (D-Colo), (D-Colo), president, Western Western Baseball league, as co-moderator. co-moderator. co-moderator. 1:30-3 1:30-3 1:30-3 p.m." WBBM New York Philharmonic Symphony Felix Mendelssohn s Elijah is sung by Frances Greer, soprano; Martha Lip-ton, Lip-ton, Lip-ton, mezzo-soprano; mezzo-soprano; mezzo-soprano; Richard Tuck er, tenor; and Desire Ligeti, bass- bass- baritone, soloists; Dimitn Mitropou-los, Mitropou-los, Mitropou-los, conductor; James Fassett, commentator; commentator; intermission guest, Dr. John Finley Williamson. 1:30-2 1:30-2 1:30-2 p. m. WDZ Favorites of the Famous Cobina Wright, Sr., tells about a visit to the home of Arturo Toscanini Moxart Puccini 9:05-9:30 9:05-9:30 9:05-9:30 p. m. WBBM People Act The fight for. economic survival being waged by the city of Scran-ton, Scran-ton, Scran-ton, Pa., in a depleted coal mining area, is dramatized; Robert Trout, commentator. ' ' 9:30-10 9:30-10 9:30-10 p. m. WMAQ Medicine, U.S.A. Documentary with Charles Laughton, narrator "Today "Today They Live." . 10:15-10:30 10:15-10:30 10:15-10:30 p.m. WSOY Talking It Over Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-111) (R-111) (R-111) reports from Congress. Monday, April 14 1:40-1:45 1:40-1:45 1:40-1:45 p.m. WSOY This I Believe Believe James Q. DuPont, engineering engineering personnel expert of the DuPont DuPont Co., expresses his philosophy of life. i Overture "The Maelc Flute Ch'ella Ml Creda Libera lOlrl Ot the Golden Westi . Lirbestod 'Tristan and Isolde) Thiough the Tears Toumans 1:30-2 1:30-2 1:30-2 p.m. WEXR Sunday Serenade Serenade Sammy Kaye's orchestra; the Kaydets and the Kaye choir. Per Cottontail Easter Parade You The Fir Daffodil Oh How 1 Miss You Tonight The World la Waiting for the Sunrise Charmalne. 2-2:15 2-2:15 2-2:15 p.m WSOY Something Old, Something New Walter Kirby in a program of songs. Easter paraae sernn ) Breakfast Ctaa Arthtjr Oodtrap Kttchea Crak Welcome Traveler T c Reporter Newa " ' Back to the Biblo Dcaklo ar Retain 1 AIT JLV Roesmai) HI Newa Virginia oele Victor Lladlaar Today'a taa Day Mr Trwe Starr Whispering streeta Agaiaat tte S tarsi Oodfray American Quarter Strtko It Bleh hoppar'a Berenado Bob Ray Davo Oarroway Ladles Fair -Cjneea -Cjneea tor a Day Loaa Joarary Newa Break the Baak Waady Warras Wamana Baur Helen Trent Ttmeoheeker; News Let'e talk d heart Hush Grar show Range Riders Mll'.er-Oray Mll'.er-Oray Mll'.er-Oray Show News; Rosa Here a Norman Ross Oirt Masaty Time Newa Tello Taat . New. n 1 4s" , -B- -B- -B- 81 5 aai Big Sister rersina a Newa Guiding Ugat News, Wick Ceoaa Newa: Marketa Muslo Farm news Farm Reverter Jack Berck Skew Kttchea dab Newa: Farm Notaa Ma.keta 61 71 8! A? 11! Ah Bwee: Mystery of Life Come Whtre My Love Lies Dreaming w -e -e you There? Hosanna l 4-4:30 4-4:30 4-4:30 p. m. WILL Britain and the World Britain and the U.S.A., Selwin Lloyd, undcr-secretary undcr-secretary undcr-secretary for foreign affairs. WSJ!. 14:30-4:45 14:30-4:45 14:30-4:45 P.m. WSOY From the Bookshelf Muriel Perry., head librarian, librarian, Decatur public library, re views John Godley's "Han Van Meegeren, Master Art Foreer" a feud between an artist and his crit-;house crit-;house crit-;house Pierre Sancan, French con ies turns into an amazing adventure 'cert pianist; Bill Clifton, iazz- iazz- pianist; and Margaret and Forrest WSOY-FM WSOY-FM WSOY-FM You "mm duo-pianists. duo-pianists. duo-pianists. and the World Dr. Ralph Gerard, professor of psychology, University of Chicago, discusses "Biologv" and Herbert tne probability of cures for almost Foster all human ailments in the future. On the Beam Circus Day Parade Minr-Franklln Minr-Franklln Minr-Franklln Bamum and BaUey'a Favorite King Flag of Freedom Pencils A Fife, a Drum and the Red. White and Blue Sanda-ataaton Sanda-ataaton Sanda-ataaton Ba tie Hymn of the Republic Howe-Lavalle Howe-Lavalle Howe-Lavalle Black Horse Troop Sousa FA .ire and Bpura Sousa . Tuesday, April IS 6-6:15 6-6:15 6-6:15 a. m. WSOY Job Bulletin Public service program in cooperation cooperation with Illinois State Employment Employment service; Paul Marshall, announcer, tells or jobs in this locality. locality. 1:40-1:45 1:40-1:45 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This I Be-lieve Be-lieve Be-lieve Eric Warner Johnson, vouth leader, headmaster Friends Central school, tells of his basic philosophy of living. 4-4:30 4-4:30 4-4:30 p. m. WILL Cooper Union Forum "Taboos and Prejudice," Dr. Bert Againsky, anthropologist. 5:15-5:30 5:15-5:30 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM WSOY-FM WSOY-FM You and the World Wayne JJcnnis, dean of Department of Psychology, Brooklvn college, discusses rsy- rsy- chology," in the life of the future. INSERT FOUR . 7-7:30 7-7:30 7-7:30 p. m. WMAQ Cavalcade of America "Fly High, Fly Low," starring Lee Bowman, story telling of the ingenuity and heroism ol America's earliest pioneer in mili tary air operations. tJ-ai tJ-ai tJ-ai p. m. WfclK Americas Town Sleeting "Do We Want a Military Man in the White House?" Kenneth Crawford, Na tional Affairs editor of Newsweek; Pauline Frederick, ABC news commentator; commentator; Dr. Arthur Flemmihg, President, Ohio Wesleyan university; university; chairman, Manpower Policy commission. 8:30-9 8:30-9 8:30-9 p. m. WGN Northerners-Wayne Northerners-Wayne Northerners-Wayne Van Dyne, soloist; the ensemble ensemble and the octet. It' a Grand Mght for 8lnglng Rodgert Begin the Beguino Porter Ro&e ot Tralee Spencer-Glover Spencer-Glover Spencer-Glover Onlr If You're in Iove Mercer Every Day Is Ladles' Day to M - Herbert The Bong la You Kern Andalucia Lecuona 9-9:30 9-9:30 9-9:30 p. m. WMAQ Show Business Business Eddie Cantor reminisces on such celebrities as Helen Kane, iTonv Bavaar, Vivian Blain and Al Jolson, and plays recordings.' 9-9:30 9-9:30 9-9:30 p. m. WENR Piano Play- Play- had written, and is aided to put on' his show prior to the schemer s opening. 8-8:30 8-8:30 8-8:30 p. m. WENR Mr. Presi dent With the Monroe doctrine threatened, a newly-appointed newly-appointed newly-appointed sec retary of state induces the chief executive to adopt a severe tone in his efforts to arbitrate a dispute between Great Britain and Venezuela, Venezuela, with Edward Arnold. 8:30-9 8:30-9 8:30-9 p. m. WSOY Bine Crosby Show The Bell sisters w ill be the guest artists. 9:30-10 9:30-10 9:30-10 p. m. WGN Former Postmaster Postmaster General James A. Farlew and Democratic parry chief addresses guests at the annual Brand Names foundation dinner meeting in New York. Thursday, April 17 1:40-1:45 1:40-1:45 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This I Believe Bradford Smith, teacher and author "Bradford of Plymouth," Plymouth," discusses his philosophy of life. 5:15-5:30 5:15-5:30 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM WSOY-FM WSOY-FM You and the World "Economics," Dexter Dexter Keezer, chief economist, Mc Graw-Hill Graw-Hill Graw-Hill Publications, former president Reed College. 7:30-8 7:30-8 7:30-8 p. m. WSOY Hallmark Plavhouse Richard Widmark stars in "Doubtful Valley." 8:30 9 p. m. WSOY Surs in the Air "1 he Strange Loves of Martha Ivers" co-starring co-starring co-starring Lizabeth Scott and Dan Duryea. 9:30-10 9:30-10 9:30-10 p. m. WBBM Presidential Profiles Harold E. Stassen, Republican Republican aspirant for the Presidential Presidential nomination from Minnesota, outlines his political platform. Friday, April II 10-10:30 10-10:30 10-10:30 a. m. WILL Great Novels of the World Prof. Paul Jacob of the French department of University University of Illinois discusses a great French novel, Honore de Balzac's "Pere Goriot." 1:40-1:45 1:40-1:45 1:40-1:45 p. m. WSOY This I Believe Leland Stowe, foreign correspondent. Pulitzer nnze win ner, divulges what he believes to be an ideal philosophy of life. 5:15-5:30 5:15-5:30 5:15-5:30 p. m. WSOY-FM WSOY-FM WSOY-FM You and the World "Politics," Robert Maclver, professor of political philosophy and sociology, Columbia University. 8-8:30 8-8:30 8-8:30 p. m. WMAQ Mario Lanza Show tenor Mario Lanza, Kay Armen, vocalist, with Ray Sinatra and the orchestra. COMMUNITY EVENTS APRIL 13-18 13-18 13-18 TODAY Easter sunrise sen ices, 6 a. m., Nelson park. MONDAY Indiana Central college 7:30, First church. United choir, Brethren TUESDAY Decatur high co-op co-op co-op banquet for employers, 7:30, Hotel Orlando. Orlando. THURSDAY Public open forum, 7.30, by League of Women Voters. FRIDAY W omen s club Federation district conference, I Iotd Orlando. in forgery. 5:15-5:30 5:15-5:30 5:15-5:30 p.m. arr. Burleleh Granler 7-7:30 7-7:30 7-7:30 p. m. WSOY Suspense As Easter Parade Berlin Oh What a Beautiful Mornln' Rodeers Great Day Youmana Walts in B flat malor Chopin Variations on a Theme by Brahms Eanean 9:30-10 9:30-10 9:30-10 p m. WBBM Candidates and Issues "What Measuies Would You Support to Secure In 3-3:15 3-3:15 3-3:15 p.m. WBBM Know Your;"Mate nram n:chard Widmark in teeritv in Government?" will be Illinois-An Illinois-An Illinois-An unusual flying trip will a true mvstery of murder at sea, por-' por-' por-' answered bv Sens. Estes Kefauver be taken witn josepn .iciaugnnn,!travs a reformed alcoholic whosei (LMenn', Richard Russell (D-Illinois (D-Illinois (D-Illinois Department of Aeronautics, on' abstinence from liquor is fin- fin- Gal, Robert Kerr (D-Okla). (D-Okla). (D-Okla). Gov from Chicago to Springfield, ex- ex- av broken bv a prettv woman Earl Warren (R-Calil), (R-Calil), (R-Calil), and Harold Alone Together aVhwarta Palling In Lot with Lots Rodger . Deep in My Heart - Romberg Beitin the Begulne Porter Lor la the Sweetest Thing Noble What la Thla Thing CaUed Love? Porter The Man I Love Kern Ciel. B Mar (La Oioeonda) Ponchlelll Saturday, April 19 8:45-9 8:45-9 8:45-9 a. m. WSOY Garden Gate Sam Caldwell- Caldwell- horticulture ex pert, supplies timely information for spring gardeners. 8:45-9 8:45-9 8:45-9 a. m. WMAQ Carnival of Books "The Lost Kingdom," a tale of adventure in modern day India, India, will be discussed by the author Chester Bryant and four bovs from Tucson, Ariz. 9-9:15 9-9:15 9-9:15 a. ro. WSOY Magic Carpet Miss Eleanor Sloan, children's librarian, Decatur public library, reads a chapter from Elizabeth Lansing's "Swim for a Mule," story of a mountain boy who wanted a mule and was willing to work for one. 10 05-10:30 05-10:30 05-10:30 a. m. WSOY Pretend Fantasv-drama, Fantasv-drama, Fantasv-drama, "The Emperor and the Nightingale." 11-11:30 11-11:30 11-11:30 a. m. WSOY Theater of Today "Papa and the Over-All Over-All Over-All Problem." story of a man's attemnt to run a home on a budget. Noon-12:25 Noon-12:25 Noon-12:25 p. m. WSOY Grand Central Station Johnny Stewart and Carmen Mathews head the all- all- Broadway cast in "Why Husbands Leave Home," bright, mirthful drama about a new kind of non- non- eternal triangle. 2:15-2:30 2:15-2:30 2:15-2:30 p. m. WBBM Adventures in Science John G Bugher, M.D., deputy director Division of Biology and Medicine, U. S. Atomic Energy Commission, discusses discusses "Atomic Radiation Effects." 5-5:30 5-5:30 5-5:30 p. m. 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  • Decatur Daily Review April 13, 1952

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The Decatur Daily Review
(Decatur, Illinois)
13 Apr 1952, Sun  • Page 48

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