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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - May 12, 1953, Madison, Wisconsin DIAL 63111 WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL TUESDAY MAY 12 1953 SECTION 3 PAGE 3 TIP O THE MORMKC At two Armed Forces Day events will be broadcast Saturday by parade at 11 am a program at Truax Field at pm STATION WIBA Madison is one of 70 radio stations which today will receive Public Interest awards for service to safety given by the National Safety Council The station will be honored for its Vltl campaign to cut the council explained is non down traffic accidents on holi competitive and is dav weekends in which it nually to public made an information broadcast intwvicws with nomedia for exceptional service lice officers Hiiibdhiiicft dt and others with il isafety vers other Guild of Organists j i Kathryn Grayson has been re quested by the state department to make a concert tour of Australia Robert Francis 23yearold ac tor won the role of Willie Keith in The Caine Mutiny only a few days after his discharge from the iarmy It will be his first film j Mickey Booneys next picture will be The Extra threedimen sion musical in color Rock Hudson has been borrowed from UniversalInternational by Columbia Pictures for the male lead in Gun Fury HINT TO SINGERS Interested in a radio or TV singing career Then take this advice of one of the top choir directors and voice coaches in the country Join a choral group for your initial training Theres no doubt but thats the best way to get your start in a very tough business comments Norman Luboff choral director for NBC radios Show Train To back up his argument Luboff points to many of todays top sing directly and WTMJTV Milwaukee and WRJN Racine The council also will give the award to 16 daily and seven Wisconsin winners are j ers who once were practically anonymous choral group members like Gordon MacHae the star of The Show Train who was with the Prudential choir Jo weekly newspapers 15 other tele Stafford who started with the LAST DAY CABLE IS TERRIFIC IN HIS NEW ACTION ADVENTURE NEVER lUTME OPERATION ABOMB ACTION PARKWAY1 LAST DAY f ALL TECHNICOLOR ACTION SHOW DRAMA IMADISONI Robert Donat 5 by 1AURENCE OlIVIEK WESTERN loUTDOOR SHOW AT DUSK Greatest Cunfighter of Them All vision stations 29 magazines IS advertisers and 13 outdoor and transportation advertising com panies WINNER Francesca Schu macher Madison pianist last week ivon the student audi tion at the Cincinnati College of Music and will be soloist at the college orchestras an nual concert next season NAMES IN THE NEWS CBS Newscaster Allan Jackson will be master of ceremonies at the annua stamp auction to be held Wednes day in New York City for the bene fit of the New York Herald Tribune Fresh Air fund Bobby Me Guire former 20 Quest ions panelist and son of Fred VanDe venter and Flor ence Rinard will graduate this month from Duke university At the same time Jay Jacksons broth er William T will receive hi s doctorate Robert Baker New York organ ist will give a recital at 4 pm Sunday in Imman uel Presbyterian church Milwau kee under sponsorship of the THE LAWLESS rili SUIT CKTLE 10SX McIMTOE HUGH TBtlM McGUIRE WARNER MOS prmnt In HtTURMVISH WARNERCOLOR WESTERN of PIRATES JOHN DEREK i 3 IN TECHNICOLOR AJESTIC SEE IT NOW ISIAND fLadw WIBA 1310 ke Frolic Farmers Forum Musical Clock News Alex Oreler Musical Clock Journal Hews Huslcal Clock TUESDAY wise Ke WKOW Ke Musical Clock Musical News Farm Hour Tops In Sports News Tops In Sports News Top oVorn News Top oTJorn Pauline Freds Breakfast Clock Club Brei Welcome Travelers Double or Nothing Strike It Rich Phrase Pays Bob Hope Betty Cass Column Carson Gulley Farm Roundup News Roundup Farm Service News Polka Party led Piperjs Jack Smith who sang with Ray Blocks Swing 14 June Hutton also with the Pied Pipers at one time and Johnny Desmond vho sang with Bob Crosbys Bob Cats The choral group gave these people the opportunity to learn the inging business from the ground ip says Luboff They learned low to read music acquire stage rescnce and above all learned o take direction Luboff should know what hes alking about In just a few years le has established himself as one of the leading choral directors in hree records and motion pictures He went to Hollywood in 1948 as choral director for The Show Train after winning the post hrough auditions cut in New York Previously in the East Lu off had been choir director for Ray Block for five years and worked on such radio programs as March of Time Your Hit Parade Evening in Paris Chorus of Stars the Milton 3erle show and the Fred Allen show Luboff was born in Chicago on May 14 1917 attended the Univer ity of Chicago anci was grad uated from Central college in hat city After graduate study at the American Conservatory of Mu sic with Leo Sowerby he receiver liis first professional radio assign ment as choir arranger for Chi cagos Station WGN His major air debut soon followed as choir di rector of The Chicago Theater of the Air Moving to New York he soon was one of the citys bus iest choir arrangers and directors Luboff married Betty Mulliner FREE LOT MIIMH I I Jane Powell Farley Granger SMALL TOWN GIRL Sterling Hayden FLAT TOP SIN K f HI Bing Crosby Bob Hope Dorothy Lamour ROAD TO BALI AND Abbott and Costcllo IN SOCIETY NOW 2 GREAT SHOWS 00 15 4115 Trading Post Home Edition Dave Garroway Melody Parade Life Beautiful Road of Lire Pepper Young Eliht to Backatace WUs Stella Dallas Wldder Brown Worn In Houm Just Plain Bill front P Parrel Lorenzo Jones Doctors Wife Madison Hour News Sports News Club Mr True Story Whlsog Betty Hnra Ladles Fair Newi Queen tor a Daj Calendar Bins Crosby BUI Music Box Top Tunes Newi Mister Mualc Mister Music No Game Today Juliui Farm ST Mkta Chanel of Air Weather UarkiU Mtts Coffee Club Newm Kitchen Club Music Newi CoffM Club News Kitchen Club Clock Itus Ntws Mitts Musical Clock WIBU ke Music News Farm Reporter Rural Roundup News Farm Service News Weather Farm Krone Prayer League Highlights Todays Radio Drama 6 p Spillsn stranger makes Mike Hammer a target for bullets 7 p Dollar mystery of missing mink coat p and Mrs North iWKOWi The Patsy p U S A iWKOWi senator goes behind Iron Curtain to get assassination facts p m First NitrbUr MONDAVI 5 WMAQi familys finds romance 4 elder daughter Done School Godfrey Dine School Arthur oodfrer Arthur Godfrey Time Arthur Godlrtj Time Music Jackpot Suls News Women Aunt Jenny Helen Trent Our Sunday Uncle Julius Ptrm Day Mlcts Weather Land TJae Chow Time Mn at Markrt Nora Drake Musical Matinee News Pioneer Taxpayers Sweet Music News Musical Variety MldMornlnc Matinee News Matinee Matinee News Frm Prm Farm Front Music New and Marked Farm Home Farm SI Hays and Daughter Chrn Science Music Rodeo Mister News Cal Tlnney Crocker Paula Stone Mr Music Helen Hall Mr Music Current House Pirw Sunshine Sue Questni Hnbba Hubba Marines Chapel la Sky News Luells Mortenson Show Easy Listening News Uary Casey Showcase Jon and sparky Harmony Birthday Club House Sergeant Preston Sky King Sports Madison Top Tunes Scores Sports All Hits Allan Jacicson News Parade Music News News of World 1 Mans Family News Serenade News Eddie Fisher R Clooney Bed Skelton Martin and Lewis Fibber McOee and Molly Two for the Money Music Sports Singing Stars Newa Tour Pastor The 1310 Club News Club 1310 Bob and Ray News Fulton Lewis Silver Eagle News OHeatter News High Adventure Baseball Baseball Bueball Baseball Baseball Baseball Bueball Baseball Baseball Frank Edwards E Hill Frank Edwards News Final Easy Street Weather Mualo Music Sports Edw R Murrow People Are Funny Mr and Mrs North Mister chameleon Freedom U 8 A Louella Parsons Doris Day News C Adams Hits of the Day News Sports Some of the Best Newe The Ed Sllvera Show t Chapel In the Sky Melody Hour Melody Hour News Band Farads Plpsta Time University Special Unir Special News Old Time Band Sports Time Blng Sings Bine sings Farm Front Old Timers Jamboree Old Timers Jamboree Old Timers Jamboree University Farm Hour News At Tour Request At Tour Request At Your Request Silent Silent Silent Silent 4 p of the Masters Symphony No 7 Bee thoven p m Curt Mamey Its a Lovely Day To day Make Believe April in Portgual p WMFMt Juniors Waltz 9 p Concert Sonata in A Major for Violin and Piano Religion p Pastor Speaks the Rev J G Neault St Josephs Catholic church Dong School Your Figure Arthur Oodfrey sjo 3 Playtime 5 Playtime to Future Cartoona 9 Report Beulah Karney 9 Nightingale 3 Godfrey TUESDAY MORNING 4 In Every Family 5 Washington Washington 9 A to Z 4 in Every Family 930 4 Strike It Rich It Rich 5 Mrs USA USA Lets Exercise 3 Out 4 and Groom and Groom 5 Cookery Cooking 7 ONeill Curtain 4 oJ Life HIGHLIGHTS Love of 4 for To for Tomorrow Movie 3 and Groom 4 Light Light 3 New 4 with Billy 5 Comics HaBBy 9 Ladles 4 Moore Moore 5 and Kav World for Pun j Discussion of Chicago a singer who is fre fluently heard with the Lubof choir Mr and Mrs Luboff am their two 4 am Peter in North Hollywood They even have the traditiona Hollywood pool but it came with the house A 1 i ill 11 i Deforest Wii Plymouth Adventure Sptnctr Tracy Tierncy 118 EAST MAIN ST Gilbert BOUND k Robert HORION Barbara RUCK Gaig tOCKHABT STARTING FEATURES AT Entertainment TUESDAY MAY 12 Badger outdoor The Lawless Breed it 6 and 10 Majestic The Thief at nd Island of Desire at 45 and Strand Qunsmoke at 1 nd Prince of Plratea at and Parkway Ambush of Tomahawk 3ap at 1 and Jack McCall Desperado at 5 and Capitol House of Wax at 1 25 and 10 Orpheum Operation ABomb at 5 and Never Let Me Go at 1 and Madison The Star at jnd The Magic Box at and Praitie Road to Ball at 7 and In Society 9 Middleton Small Town Olrl at 7 and 10 Flat Top at Eastwood Mississippi Gambler at and Apache War Smoke at 9 a Hardin Branch The Body an Envelope for the Mind 11 a Forum Historical and Political Metallurgy David J Mack p Forum Integration in Higher Ed ucation Sen W W Clark IRVes 7 p Town Meet ing Are We Losing Our Moral Courage Pras C S John Fisk university Stanley High edi tor f Variety 8 p Martin and Lewis with Joanne Dru Sports p Cubs vs Dodgers p m Sports Parade Riley Best University Wisconsin track coach previews Michigan Stale meet p Braves vs Giants p of the Day Roundy Coughlin guest Farm Programs a m Farm Feature Alice in Dairyland Con test Frank Wing p m Farm Service Feeding Grass Silage Erwin Buss Waterloo Donald Austrian Dodge county dairy agent Frank Mayfield p m Farm Prog ram Preparing Soil for Flow ers Dave Bosley Vocational Agriculture on the Air1 Miscellaneous 10 a WHA Dahlias as a Hobby George R Curry Fabrics at Your Windows On the Campus TUESDAY MAY 12 Fellowship of Reconciliation 208 South hall Hoofers Sailing club Dm Chemical Engineeringbids Cln bldtr 12 Community Center TUESDAY MAY 12 Theater Guild craft class East high reunion committee photo lab class pm Older Adult club dance pm Municipal Affairs TUESDAY MAY 12 City council committee of the whole pm city hall County audit committee pm courthouse County taxation committee p m courthouse County public health committee TOMORROW dckeen afrcfo aM COLUMBIA PICTURES pitMtite RITA HAYWORTH STEWART GRANGER PRIME RIBS ROAST BEEF open face SANDWICH whipped potatoes beverage SEW Simon House 53 Ntndhcclorlng 2 Ctmfirt lit fitvnir For Womtn With VARICOSE VEINS Authentic fash ioned light cool and com fortable Also cotton elastic stockings shoulder braces and abdominal belts RENNEBOHM TENNEY BUILDING STORE 112 East Main SETCHELL CARLSON Ssves Costly Repair Bills Individual factory testing of each unita SETCHELUCARLSON ex clusive Also unitlzed construction protected power circuit economical maintenance and 1yr picture tube guarantee For the finest in tele vision see SETCHELLCARLSON FIRST Carls Radio fir TV Service 939 5 Pirk St Open Fri Evening Phone 64790 TUESDAY AFTERNOON Rings 5 Theater at Noon About Baby Practice Llnkletter to My Feet Roundup Man Next Door Payoff Payolf the Banlc the Bank Travelers In Afternoon Albert Travelers Travelers Shoppers Matluee Smith In Alternoon Smith Smith Time 4 Action In Afternoon 3 Womans World 5 Hawkins Falls Lucky 7 Ranch 9 Matinee 5 CJubby Hayej 5D Gabby Hayes 3 Howdy Doody 4 Qarfleld aoose 4R Augustana Presents 5 Howdy Doody Howdy Doody 3 Museum Explorers 4 Western Movie The Buddies 5 Elmer the Elephant Circle 5 Ranch 7 Laugh Time 9 Time for Beany 3 Oretchen Colnlk Washington Report 9 Time 3 Foreman Tom 4 Silhouettes of West TV Chronicle Trinity Cathedral Cathedral Adventure Time 9 3 Where I Lift 8 Review i UUei1 3 Spcru Picture 4 Video 5 Corner News 9 Video 3 Weather 4 5 Short 3 Room 4 5 shore Beulah 9 3 Caravan 4 Froman 5 Caravan Caravan 9 BETTER SIGHTBETTER BETTER RLY Magnavox TV Preitiga Television at Popular Prices Over 37 Years at 27 W Main St Gertrude Hoffman Hope WIBA with Meet the Press panel Mar tha Rountree Lawrence Spivak Marshall Ned Brooks Wil liam White 9 p m Louella Pa r s o n s with Alan Ladd report ing from London on coronation plans Dodgeville Seniors Give Play May 1819 senior clas at the high school here will pre sent a play Meet A Body o May 18 and 19 at 8 p m in th school auditorium The cast under the direction o Rosemary McCarthy will ioclud Winifred Lehr Mary E 11 e Hughes Robert Stratman Davi Thomas Ernest Lauringer Davit Anderson Laurence Brokish Rob ert Frolik Nancy Dresser Rut Klingelhofer David Williams Herb Jenks and Jim Rundle 3 Berle Sheen 5 Berle Berie 9 Sheen Bis Issue 9 Conference pm courthouse Countsboard of adjuitment 8 pm courthouse Comty personnel committee 7 JO p courthouse Organizations TUESDAY MAY 12 Madison Civic Symphony orchestra Rehearsal pm hall Philharmonic chorus Rehearsal pm City YMCA WED 2 GREAT SHOWS RETURN ONCE MORE a 5 JOHN WAYNE BADGER Outdoor f ft ja tre Open SHOW AT DUSK TODAY and TOMORROW THE GREATEST 6UNFI6HTER OF THEM All LAUGHTON wm Judith ANDERSON Sir Cedric HARDWICKE Basil SYDNEYMiuriee SCHWARTZ Arnold MOSS Alan BADEL AND A CAST OF XV V PLUS GERALD McBOING BOINGS SYMPHONY and THE YOUNG Get the best mt Home Makers HARDWARE 6r APPLIANCE INC 123 W Miff tin St 3 Theater Crime Syndicated Syndicated Theater Theater Stock Car Races Theater to Me Theater Theater of ABCJS 3 for the Money for the Money News Newi TUESDAY EVENING for the Money 9 St Theater 3 Theater 4 Unexpected the Same 5 Carson Fights 9 Fairbanks 5 Considlne Cameos 3 News Mls1 Leo n Andy Staee 5 5 Connors Sports Mualo 5 Utler Fisher 3 Weather 5 Sports News of The City 3 Am I Golngf 4 Kroman 5 Herble Mlnta at 3 Fairbanks 4 Ktips Column 5 Racine News Forum 3 of Lifetime 4 Before 12 9 3 Theater 4 Owl Movie 3 Merceln 3 Bis Picture News Meditation Every Year More People Buy Than Any Other TELEVISION 2308 University Ave Son inc WHAWHAFM 310 TUESDAY A M Weather Roundup Farm Feature Band Wagon News Weather Morning Melodies Growing Up Markets Weather Homemakers Program Public Welfare Proiram Views of the News Freshman Forum 1SO Noon Muslcale P M News Farm Program Chapter a Day Books New This Week At Madison Free Library Architectural DISTINC TIVE HOUSES O O K OF FURNITURE AND DECORATION DANCES AND COSTUMES OP INDIA POEMS 1917 SCREEN PRINT ING PROCESS WATS TO BETIRE SPEAKS FOR MAN THE MOST OF YOUR COOKING TIME OP LAST RESORT CREATIVE PROCESS SECRETARIAL PR A CTICE LIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING AMERICAN TWEN HOOKING AND BRAIDING FOR PLEASURE AND PROFIT BOOK OT TREES AND TELEVISION COMMUNICATION THAT SELL TO TOPPAY MAGAZINEES LaFarge High School Seniors Present Play LA school seniors here will present a play Siragin Bill from Blue Ridge in the school gymnasium Friday night The cast directed by Mrs Ina Allen is David Cliff Sharon Spry Delores Bruske Betty McCollough Vernon Nelson David Martin E Martin Ronald Fish Millie Lou Miller Margaret Harris Mar Young and Janice Heckart 1 30 7 30 Lets Draw Mental Health In Wisconsin Talk About Music Music You Want Window In the Ivory Tower Music of the Masters Review ol British Music Album Legislative Forum News Sports Dinner Music for Fun Views of the Newi FM ONLY Concert Airs French Masterworks Greek and Roman News of Wisconsin FM Concert News to 11 WMFM 10 I TUESDAY A M Early Risers Newi Earl Risers News Yawn Patrol Weather Bureau Yawn Patrol Feature Yawn Patrol Laymans Call to Prayer Yawn Patrol Weather Bureau News Weather Bureau Clockwatchers News Stars Sing Dance Band Momlnc Muslol Vartetr Songs of Yesterday Old Timers Hall Navy Band Sacred Heart Program P M News Pre Game Soorta Prorrmm Baseball 245 News Rods Rendezvous Dance Band Rods Rendezvous Nevt Juke Box Jamboree Joe Fingers Carr 430 Uncle Bill News Bible Fellowship Wheel of FortunaV Off the Record News Musical Menu Bud McEroy Musical Menu Sports News Musics Menu News 7 IS Polkats Air Force Band Sleepy Joe Favorite Drama Guest Star Package of New Records Sports Record Sharpen Tour John T Flyna Newi Benny Stroav Mitch Miller Claude Thomhll Orrln Tucker 11KW One Oh Pour fc One Club News to 12
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