The Philadelphia Inquirer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on December 15, 1961 · Page 32
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The Philadelphia Inquirer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania · Page 32

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Friday, December 15, 1961
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0 a u 11 HiE FlULADKLriUA 1INUU1KMI, JTH1UAY MUKIMINU. JJ ft V E M li ti. K 13, 1W01 Gloria Swanson Stars DAYTIME ... A GREAT TIME As Old-Time Actress NIGHTTIME. . .A BRIGHT TIME t 1 Ufa 4 4 i f - on WFIL-TV 4 t. I J 1 Is?,, v - in - .- MORGAN IN THE MORNING 7:45 AM A variety of the best news . . . features and guests are presented from Morganville with Rex Morgan . . . ably assisted by his noble hound -Horatio. t SI ft ft If 1A .V STUDIO SCHOOLHOUSE 11:00 AM "Young Artists", with Josephine D'Onofrio seeks to develop the creative ability of children in the primary grades of Delaware Valley schools. " A lv WHO DO YOU TRUST? 1:30 PM You CAN trust the master of the quick quip, Johnny Carson, to be Johnny-on-the-spot with 30 minutes of fun with audience contestants. A r k sr 4 SEVEN KEYS "The prizes range from mink coats to win with just a postcard! Emcee Jack key to fun... and prizes. to.- ? 1 1. J J 17 i k P0FEYE THEATRE 5:00 PM Sail the seven seas of fun and laughter as hostess Sally Starr introduces rib-tickling Popeye cartoons ... and other funny films. DAYTIME ON WFIL-TV r Channel , 1 ' t ' if ' . : 3 -X-IUF 2:30 PM motorboats ... and YOU can Narz tells you how to get your it 5 K . - , B' 4 V N' ORMA DESMOND. Name merited star of silent films who lived on like a ghost among the memorabilia of her reien In "Sunset Boule vard," memorably portrayed Again cast as a glamorous actress from a bygone era. Miss Swanson stars in A Toast to Yesterday" on ABC's "Straight- wav" pri " ''. 2.H. iriaay ai 7:jo .t P. M. linan- nel 6). f ..-, At 62 a grand-f i 11 At tint HAifAn If n 14,1" "Ji t 9V V li t i m e i, Miss k S w anion seems younger than most debut antes, with more bounce than Sammy Davis, Jr. Know who invented panty girdlM? . Gloria Swanson. She needed lomethine that woman t oe too Duiky under a tight white dress she was wear ing in "Tonight or Never," a 1930 movie that co-starred a new comer named Melvyn Douglas So she wentright out and ordered one made. It stood like an Iron Maiden, she recalls, and it took three girls to get it on her. rpODAY, she designs dresses. Designs stockings. Paints. Sculpts. On the go, that girl. She's in Europe. Summer stock. The Coast. Back to Europe. She has a cosmetic line in the hopper. She's reading parts. Reading scores. "You sing?" Graciously the lady plays a tape of a Steve Allen show from, oh, four or five years back. The voice Norma Desmond singing to her chauffeur and ex-director Max in a show that died-a-borning, the musical version of "Sunset Boulevard" fills the room. A full and beautiful voice with a quality our singers shy away from. Bravura. A moment later, she Is talking of her reading. "People talk about killing time," she exclaims, "and there's so much to know, so much!" And then she gets to one of her favorite subjects: nutrition. The way we eat!" she de spairs. "If you put all the courses you cram away at a din ner on one plate, you'd throw up! It s garbage! iter aavice: hat wnat you want, but don't mix it all up. Go tor starcnes one night, a thick steak the next. "Oh," she says, "we Americans, we're wearing ourselves out. We don t listen. We're falling asleep on the highway. We're walking about numb and anaesthetized." -By ALAN GILL AM ONIT im wni'D i:w wro.i WWII WTKI, WTl'M Will V W'NAFl WfcKX writ, S W VAT io wbch 141 W WCAM lOW WWH. 1110 Wl'AZ U'30 WEST AM FM wo wji.r nw wiu:x I'M WKKZ H0O ISO ISTO 1593 IM IIMV sw in l WXI'.N ii Wf IV 8M !0 00 ow 0 1150 1:10 UIO 800 1 WKTI WIIVV. wpwr Win WTO A WPIIS w.iim Ulll.' HQAL o I o 1 7 -'5 5 7 10.' ' 1 17 S 1 6 5 ICS J 106 Wlllli WDKL Wl All WHAT WliAS ?5 M S 101 lit i "The KhDN 7:30-8 (. M.-Story Time Year Without a Santa Claus," Pete Boyle, narrator (WPBS-FM). 8 8:30 A. M. Morning Bible Message: Dr. Theodore Epp (WJMJ). 8:0fi-9 A. M. Breakfast Sym phony: Berlioz Roman Carnival Overture; Sibelius Six Humoresque s ( W D A S- FM ) . 9 10 A. M. Morning Program: Music of Cole Porter (WIBF-FM). 9:05-10 A. M. Concert Festival: Faure Masques et Bergamas-ques; Copland Quiet City; Gershwin Porgy and Bess (WFLN). 10 10:55 A. M. Classic Cameos: Auber La Muette dt Portici; Ft. Strauss Suite from Der Hoscnkavalier; Schubert Impromptu No. 3 in B flat; Cas-sado Sardana; Vivaldi Concerto No. 8 in D minor (WFIL-FM). 10:0511 A. M. Golden Albums: Music of Mantovani, Friml, ictor Herbert, Berlin (WIBF-FM). 12-2 P. M.-Red Benson Show: Red answers question via the phone, listens to both sides of the conversations (WPEN). 12:03-12:23 P. M. - Ralph and Barbara Show: Actor Arthur Treacher, appearing in the -.3 play, "A Thurbrr Carnival," is guest (WRCV). 1:06-2 P. M. Midday Symphony: Roussel Bacchas and Ari adne, Suite No. 2; Pasanini Violin Concerto No. 4 (WDAS-FM). 2 3 P. M. Show Time: "Once Upon a Mattress" (WJMJ). 2:03-4 P. M. Afternoon Symphony: Korngold Much Ado About Nothing; Sibelius Sym " 1 phony No. 2; Beethoven-Piano 5V - I v .a concerto No. 1; Wagner-Die;1011 P. M. My True Story: Gotterdammerung: Dawn and; "Don't Marry Him, Mother" a biesfried's fihine Journev (WFLN). 2:10-4 P.M. -Talk of Philadelphia: U. S. Rep. Kathryn Gra-nahan(D., Pa.) will talk about how far legislation on pornography has gone and comment on the "Tropic of Cancer" controversy (WCAU). 2:30 P, M. Bing Crosby and his Friends: Program of Christmas songs (WFIL). 3 3:55 P. 31. Matinee: Offen- ring a bell? She was that de- by Gloria Swanson. Tons for Friday i .it CHILDREN: "Once Upon a Forest," rerun, Gene London hosts Christmas fantasy with Pixanne, Columbus Boychoir, Philadelphia Orchestra Quintet. Channel 10,6 P.M. CIRCUS: "International Show-time" visits Italy's "Circus Heros Togni." Channel 3, 7:30 P. M. DRAMA: "A Toast to Yester-day," Gloria Swanson is "Straightaway" guest as aging movie star, Channel 6, 7:30 P. M. "Once Upon a Time," janitor Buster Kea ton is whisked from 1890 to 1962, Channel 10, 10 P. M. ADVENTURE: Social worker Milt Kamen halts gang war as "Route 66" again detours to Philadelphia. Channel 10, 8:30 P. M. DOCUMENT ARY: "Peace Corps in Tanganyika," volunteers describe motives and reactions. Channel 3, 9:30 P. M. NEWS: "Eyewitness" eyes President's Latin American trip. Channel 10, 10:30 P. M. Be a Mission, Churches Told Special to The Inquirer ATLANTIC CITY, Dec. 14.-A Lutheran Church official said on Thursday the task of church lead r ! ers is to remind the church to be a mission rather than to have a mission. The Rev. Dr. Walter F. Wol-brecht, of St. Louis, executive director of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, told the annual assembly of the Division of Home t Missions of the National Council of Churches that an essential unity must exist in all forms of J4 church work to make an ever stronger witness. Some 200 leaders of 22 Protes tant denominations attended the four-day conclave. Death at Dead End COMMACK, N. Y., Dec. 14 ( AP). A youth was killed Thurs day when his car ran through a yard and into a house at the foot of a dead end street. Police said Roger Carr, 17, a beautician. died after striking the house of John F. McDade, at 3:30 A. M. 44 bach Intermezzo, Galop, Con tinental Medley; J. Strauss-Czardas; Fibich Poeme (WF1L-FM). 4 6 P. M.-Tribute to Glenn Mil-ler-(WRCV). 5- 5:45 P. M. Early Evening Concert: Suppe Crown Diamonds Overture; R. Strauss The Woman Without a Shadow -(WIBF-FM). 5:07-6 P. M. Cocktail Time: Featuring Peter Nero at the Piano-(WDAS-FM). 6- 7 P. M. S t e r e o Theater: "Bells are Ringing"-(W1FI-FM). .,'1 m .,-1 VI 6:30-7:30 P. M.-Music for Din-ing: Jcri Southern, George Shearing, Roger Williams, Fred Waring, Mantovani (WQALFM). r-.- 7:03-8:30 P. M. Carriage House! Concert: Piston The Incredible Flutist; Rossini La Boutique Fantastique; Soler Con-certi for Organ (WIBF-FM). 7:13-8:30 P. M. Wonderful World of Broadway: "The L'n-s i n k a b 1 e Molly Brown" (WF1L). 8- 9 P. M.-Opening Night: "My Fair Lady" (WPBS FM). 8:0311 P. M. A Trip to Broadway: "My Fair Lady" Rex Harrison; "Bye Bye Birdie" starring Chita Rivera; "Irma La Douce" with Elizabeth Seal (WDEL-FM). 8:30 P. M. "The Sounds of Christmas" (WFIL). 9 P. M. - Basketball: From South Hall Temple vs. American University! WRTI-FM ). 9- 10:25 P. M. Podium: Delius A Song of Summer; Hanson Symphony No. 2 (Romantic); ft) r-1 Moussorgsky Night on Bald Mountain; Chabrier Bourree' Fantasque; Arnold English , Dances; Bach A r i o s o i ( WF1L-FM ). 9:05 9:30 P. M. NBC NewsSpe. cial: President K e n n e dy's forthcoming trip to South America is discussed (WRCV). I 9 05 1! P. M. Concert Hall: Grieg-Pcer Gynt Suite No 1; Delibes Coppelia (complete ballet); Borodin In the Steppes of Central Asia (WJBR-FM). drama (WPEN). 10:05 1 0:30 P. M. - Voices of Christmas: St. Kilian Boychoir of Farmingdale, Long -Island, N. Y.-(WRCV). li lt P. M.-Mid. - Symphonic Highlights: Purcell-Suite; Tchaikovsky Serenade Melan- colique; Stravinsky Firebird Suite-(WDAS-FM). 12:05 A. M.-AH Night Concert: Featuring the works of Bach (WPBSFM). On WFIL-TV STRAIGHTAWAY 7:30 PM Gloria Swanson portrays an ageing movie queen faced with charges of felony and drunken driving in "A Toast To Yesterday". THE FLINTSTONES 8:30 PM Determined to win the "field day" events at the annual lodge outing, Fred changes partners and finds that he's really out to lunch . . . on "The Picnic!" ; WrwX TARGET: THE C0RRUPT0RS-1 0:00 PM The violence and corruption of a big time labor racketeer who controls his rotten empire from within a prison cell shown tonight in "Prison Empire" . . . starring Stephen McNally and Robert Harland. II, mm ,'iM'ili M pii iri-m n W f- t mM. SPORTS 11:25 PM Mai Alberts presents the latest sports results and highlights ... on Delaware Valley's only late night sports program. WORLD'S BEST MOVIES 11:30 PM "Richard HI" PREMIERE Laurence Olivier and Claire Bloom star in Shakespeare's dramatic story of a man who as King of England would bring tragedy and destruction to the country. IGHTTIME ON WFIL-TV ill Channel f r .v 3mm s m m ' . ,- """WAY "vi gWii nWjJit ) ... i 4i h,4 T - i t-4 4 :1 sum v S9 1 i P - 4 ! V 4 A

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