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Newport News, Virginia
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Saturday, December 20, 1952
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RADIO AND TV PROGRAMS The information in this log is supplied by the radio al TV stations and the newspaper is not responsible -r for last-minute changes. Rodio WGH 1310 6.00 Nti: Dull 10:15 Magic Carpet 10:30 Space Patrol 11:00 Typhoon Time 11:15 Typhoon Time 11:30 Payroll Party 12:00 Band of the Month 12:15 Fdward Travis 12:30 Sat. Show with Wally Hankm :!5 Ambert Dail 7:30 Edward Travij 7:45 Ambert Dail JX Newj; Dail M Dail: Dailv Bread 8:30 Mildred Alexander 9:00 No School Today 10:00 Pep Club Rodio WTAR 790 5:45 Weather, Wakeup, Newt 6:00 Marybclle'i Chickens 6:30 The Farmer Speaks 6:45 Marybelle s Chickens 7:00 News, Sunrise S'nade 8:00 World News Roundup 8:15 Sunrise S'nade 8:45 Church of the Air 9:00 Alice Brewer White 9:15 Adv'tures of Princess Pet 9:30 Silver Dollar Man 1:30 The Rodio WRVA 1450 6:00 News: Farm News 6:30 Farmer Speaks 6:45 Silver Quartet 7:00 News; Easy Does It 8:00 News 8:15 Story Time 8:30 Teen Time 9:00 Princess Pet 9:15 Let There Be Light 9:30 Garden Gate 9:45 Robert 0. Lewis 10:00 Wise and Other Wise 10:15 Sandston Jr. Choir Rodio WSAP 1350 6:00 Sign On News 6:15 Art Barrett 6:30 Gospel Hour 7:00 Art Barrett 8:00 Coffee Club 9:00 Morning Watch 9:30 Sat. Morn. Music 10:00 Piano Moods 10:30 Bruce MacFarlane 10:45 Helen Hall 11:00 Coast Guard Cadet) 11:30 Marine Band 12:00 Man on the Farm 12:30 Dunn on Disc 1:00 Dave Nelson 1:15 Hall of Fame 1.30 Music Meeting 2:30 Georgia Crackers 3:1X1 Handstand 3:30 Red Radio WVEC 1490 6:00 Sign On A News 6:15 Syncopated Sundial 7:00 News 7:05 Syncopated Sundial 7:45 News 7:50 Syncopated Sundial 8:30 Perry Como Show " 8:45 Freddie Martin Show 9:00 Va. Headline News 9:05 Shoppers Guide 9:30 TopO'The Morning 10:00 Planet Man 10:30 Canine Comments 10:45 Magic Carpet 11:00 News 1 1 :05 Pops & People 11:30 Sealey's Show -12:00 Noon News 12:15 Evelyn Knight Show 12:30 Shoppers Guide Rodio WHYU 1270 6:00 Morning Mayor 6:45 Sign On Living Word) 7:00 Morning Mavor 8 00 News at Eight 8:15 Eddie Arnold 8:30 Morning Devotion 8:45 Hank Thompson 9 00 Andy Parker 9:15 Alvino Rey 9:30 College Quiz 10:00 Wav of the Cross 10:30 Easy Pickens NOTE: Station WGH is broadcasting FM daily from 3 P. M. duplicating 11:15 P. M. schedule over channel 24396.5 megacycles. . . VvTAR-FM is identical to above schedule from 6:30 A. M. to Midnight. Television WTAR-TV 9:45 Test Pattern 10:00 A. B. W.'s Green Thumb 10:30 Animal Fair 11:00 Silver Dollar Man 11:30 Smilin' Ed McConnell 12:00 Big Top 1:00 Film Feature 2:00 This is Your Life 2:30 Touchdown 3:00 Super Circus 3:30 Film Feature 4:00 Roy Ropers 4:30 Terry and the Pirates 5:00 Wild Bill Hickok Television WTVR-TV 9:00 Test Pattern 9:15 Tonipht's Programs 9:30 Santa's Workshop 11:00 Super Circus 12:00 Big Top 1:00 Zoo Parade 1:30 Flash Gordon 2:00 Saturday Matinee 3:30 Teen Club 4:00 This is Your Life 4:30 Strike it Rich 5:00 Roy Rogers Move To Quash Action Against Vessel Refused Motion to quash an attachment action against the SS Ranger was refused by Judge Herbert G. Smith in Newport News Corporation Court. William B. Eley, Norfolk attorney, representing agents and others named as respondents (defendants) in an action brought by T. Alafragis, a seaman, against G. Mandarakis, master of the Panamanian ship, argued the motion to quash. The claim is for $10,000. , It was contended that the ship was moved from her anchorage after attachment service was effected as to Fley, Walter Schafer, manager of Hasler and Company, agents, and Capt. Malcolm T. Brown, Virginia Pilots Association. In refusing the motion to quash, Judge Smith in effect held that the motion for judgment on the part of the seaman was in good standing in the court. However, no action or decesion was taken as to the legality of the levy. Judge Smith ruled that this question was not before him on the current motion. It developed in the hearing that papers of attachment had been served on Eley while he was in Newport News. Nov. 29. Actually, it was stated the return showed a date of Nov. 28, but this was held by Jacob Morewitz for the plaintiff to have been in error and should have been dated the following day. No issue was made of the mis-dating. Judge Smith said he believed the service on Eley to be a valid one in D he was attorney representing in-ts that had possession of the He said he felt that Eley actually could be held to have control of the ship, which was moved from moorings at Newport News to Sea-well's Point and sailed after the service on Eley and others. On query by Schafer, Judge Smith said he believed the ship or any other attached in a State court could be moved from one point to another of MM LAST TIMES TODAY !. Smfev LSTARRETT BURNETTE Last Chapter of "Blackhawk" Plus: First Chapter of "Son of Gerommo And 3 - CARTOONS - 3 KIDS! This BIG show on the Xma Party at The Riders Club today at 10 A. M. FREE prizes and passes 1 1 ren away on Stage! I " " Also K ABC Newport News and 2:00 Metropolian Opert 5:00 Tea and Crumpets 5:45 Nurses Chou 6:00 City Desk 6:15 Travis, New 6:30 Hroailwav Showtime 6:45 Bill Diehl 7:00 As We See It 7:15 Business Speaking K NBC Norfolk, Vo. 1 1 :30 Mary Lee Taylor 12:00 Chuck Wagon S'nade 12:30 News & Weather 12:45 Farm Journal 1.00 Natl Farm. Home Hr. 5:30 Intermezzo 5:45 T. B. A. 6:00 News, Sports Review 6:15 Sports Review. Weather 6:30 NBC Symphony-Winter National Christmas series Tree i 7:30 Church News Time 2:00 Catholic Choirs Across 8:00 Inside Bob A Ray The Land 8:30 The Man Who Saw St. 2:30 Poinsetta Bowl Nicholas 5:00 T.B.A. 9:00 Cedarcfest Jamboree K CBS Rich mond, Vo. 10:30 Calling All Cooks 11:00 Grand Central Station 11:30 Give and Take V.M Theater of Today 12:30 Slars Over Hollywood . 1 :00 Fun for All 1:30 City Hospital 2:00 Music with the Girls 2:30 Lei's Pretend 3:00 Report from Overseas 3:15 Adv'tures in Science 3:30 CBS Farm News 3:45 Correspondent's Scratchpad 4:00 R.P.I. Chorus 3:00 University of Richmond I hnstmas convocation 5:30 Housewives Pro'tive Lgue 11:00 News; Sports 5:45 Trio Time 11:15 UN on the Record 6:00 News: Football Scores 11.30 News Aircraft Flash 6:15 Virginia Weekly - 12:00 All Nisht 6:30 Everywhere You Go Record Roundup 6:45 John Merriman 7:00 Tarzan 7:30 Vaughn Monroe K Mutual Portsmouth, Vo. 4:00 Salute to the Nation 4:30 Villa Victoria Academy Choir 5:00 Walter Preston's Show Shop 6:00 Sports 6:15 Sammy Kaye 6:30 Hume Dixon 6-45 Preslon Sellars Cross Christmas Prog. 7:00 Al Heifer K Dodgers Hompton, Va. 1:00 News 115 Navy Band 1:30 Musiail Sports Page 2:00 Tune Shop 5:30 Bantam Bandstand 5:45 Sport Spotlight 6:00 News 6:05 Music Winterhalter 6:30 Va. Headline News 6:35 Tune Time K Newport News, Vo. 12:00 News at Noon 12:15 Front page Drama 12:30 Hillbilly Records 1:00 Easy Pickens 3:00 Dr. Jazz 4:00 WHYU Barn Dance Channel 4 Norfolk, Vo. 5:30 Hopalong Cassidy 6:00 Name's the Same 6:30 Cisco Kid 7:00 March of Time 7:30 Racket Squad 8:00 All Star Revue 9:00 Your Show of Shows Channel 6 Richmond, Va. 5:30 Nat Pro Highlights 6 00 Arthur Godfrey 7:00 Story Theater 7:30 Mama 8:00 All-Star Revue 9:00 Show of Shows waters in the State, but could not be moved outside of jurisdiction of the court until proper release had been affected. Eley noted an exception to the ruling on the motion to quash. Morewitz said the same ship had been attached in two actions filed in Newport News Circuit Court and that bond had been posted. MARRIAGE LICENSES Marriage licenses issued by the clerk of courts of Newport News include: Richard Oliver Seay, 22, Navv,1 1153-27th St., and Bertha Marie Wil-1 Hams, 16, of 55 1-3 1st St. Samuel William Guill Jr., 30, elec trician, Lynchburg, and Mary , Dalphine Ashwell, 23, of 210-44th St. . Frederick A. Greene, 52, elec-; tncian, 3010 West Ave., and Sinda; Bussell, 45, of 3010 West Ave. Linyear Newton Woolard, 34, machinist, 2814 West Ave., and Ruth ; Benton Savin, 34, of 86-3 1st St. John Carlos Johnson, 25, fireman, 122-28th St., and Lenora Mae Conley, 24, of 1 1 l-30th St. Leo Thomas Oliver, 24, of 227- 27th St., and Madeline Frances Favere, 28, of 227-27th St. Joseph Ford, 47, milk bottler, 615- 22nd St., and Eftie Leanna Myers, 34, of 615-22nd St., Negroes. Merlin Peters, 22, soldier, Fort WGH & LEGGETT'S Present The CHRISTMAS HOUR Tonight at 7:30 featuring: All Music Hour as part of Evening of Good Music. Christmas Story in song and narration Fred Waring' "Song of Christmas." Mario Lanza in Christmas carols. Boston Pops Orchestra playing Leroy Anderson' "Christmas Festival." Robert Shaw Chorale. WGH DIAL 1310 f Norfolk, Vo. 7:30 Christmas Hour 8:30 Evening of Good Music 11:00 All the News 11:15 House of Music 12:00 News; Music 12:15 House of Music 12:30 Sign Off 9:30 Urand Ole Opry 10:00 Dude Ranch Jamboree 10:30 Music Room 11:00 News. Musical Showcase 11:15 Christmas Carols 11:30 Ruben. Ruben 12:00 News & Woody Herman 12:30 Down Beat Time and News 12:45 Joe Birshkin A News 1 :00 Sitm Off 8:00 Old Dominion Barn Dance 9:00 Gangbustert 9:30 Old Dominion Barn Dance 7:15 Pentagon Report 7:30 Down You Go 8:00 Twenty Questions 8:30 MGM Theater 9:30 Lombardo Land 10:00 Chicago Theater 11:00 Earl Ketchum 12:00 Music from Mutual 1:00 Sign Off 6:45 Dick Jurcens Show 7:00 Candlelight. Silver 7:30 Paul Wesion Show 8:00 Disc Jockey Roundtabie 8:30 Designs for Dancing 10:30 Mclodv M.icic 11:00 News: Sporls 11:15 ClubMidnite 1:00 News 1:05 Sign Off 4:30 Records 5:00 World News 5:15 Records 5:10 Star Theater 6:00 Sign Off 10:30 Your Hit Parade 11:00 11th Hour Final 1 1 .05 I Married Joan 11:35 I've Got a Secret 12:05 Late Date 12:35 Late Evening News 10:30 Your Hit Parade 11:00 Burns A Allen 1 1 :30 Racket Squad 12:00 Late News Bulletins 12:15 Tomorrow's Programs 12:20 Sign Off Eustis, and Fannie Mae Thomas, 25, of 754-24th St., Negroes. Lodean C. Smith, 25, technician, 1227-30th St., and Nellie Marie Royster, 22, of 1047-26th St., Negroes. James Delaware Charles, 26, 1226-31st St., and Lizzie Mae Belle, 23, of 1029 27th St., Negroes. Christmas Cantata The senior choir of St. Paul's AME Church will present a Christmas cantata at 7:30 P.M. tomorrow. The Rev. S. W. Williams is pastor. CHILDREN'S SKATIXG LESSONS d p To Age 14) Sknlsdand TODAY 1:30-3 P.M. 35c 1 1 ' fCfc If Imiw g i hjf:mr DIAL - iss&V 1310 -jr. .' fS. 5S ..LI wk&kl , 3 Banks Vote Dividends For Close Of Year Year-end dividend declarations by three banks on the Peninsula were announced yesterday. Dividends were .declared by the Crown Savings Bank, Bank of Warwick and Bank of Virginia. The Bank of Warwick declared a 4 per cent regular dividend and 2 per cent extra dividend payable Dec. 31 to stockholders on record as of Dec. 16, it was announced by B. E. Rhodes, executive vice-president. This represented a 10 per cent annual dividend since a 4 per cent dividend had been declared in June. The dividend will be paid on 750 outstand ing shares ot stock. Crown Savings Bank voted a 3 per cent dividend payable in November, it was announced by Leroy F. Ridley, president. He said the annual stockholders meeting will be held Jan. 20 at which time directors will be elected. Officers will be elected by a meeting of directors to follow. The board of directors of the Bank of Virginia declared a 30 cents per share dividend for the fourth quarter of the year and an extra year- end dividend of 80 cents per share. it was announced by Edward N. Islin, vice-president in charge of the Newport News branch. Both dividends, a total of $1.10 per share will be payable Jan. 2 to stockholders of record Dec. 19 and will bring the dividend total for 1952 to $2 per share of the bank's 100.000 shares. This is the same per share dividend as declared in 1951. vjuiuiiis lu 111c mice u.uiKS limi- : 1 c . 1. .1 1 t. curred in the report that they had experienced an outstanding year in 1952 and anticipated excellent years in business in 1953. The three banks reported expansions as far as earnings were concerned and also in growth as to accounts handled. Funeral Services For Lt. Phillips Slated For Sunday The body of Second Lt. William Richardson Phillips, 23, of the U. S. Marine Corps, who was killed in action in Korea Oct. 30, will arrive at Old Point at 8:30 this morning. Lt. Frank Gibson Perrin of Osceola, Ark., who was one of Lieutenant Phil- j lips' classmates at the Naval Acad-; emy, will accompany the body to the Peninsula for funeral and burial rites. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 Sunday afternoon at Chestnut Avenue Methodist Church, the Rev. H. E. Hudgins, S.T.D., pastor, officiat-1 ing, assisted by the Rev. J. W. Shack-ford, D.D., pastor of the Centenary Methodist Church, Churchland. ' Burial will be held in Peninsula Memorial Park with military services j at the graveside. Lieutenant Phillips, a 1951 grad-j uate of U. S. Naval Academy, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fenton I I Sfarls Sunday o ; CENTER PLAYHOUSE Starts SUNDAY j I rfTkJ Uiktort i t f r 'I MVVY ii.m,m.,yi ii ii niii-x """"" J0rZrr . v Tune In Tonight for an evening of Good Music HANDEL: THE MESIAH Sir Thomas Beecham and the Royal Philharmonic Orch. With Chorus and Subjects 2J4 Hours Long Followed By - The Christmas Hour and Other Carols Phillips of Kecoughtan Courts. He was born on the Peninsula March 30, 1929, and was graduated from Newport News High School in 1946. Following graduation he entered the Marine Corps and 1 1 months later was appointed to the Naval Academy bv the late Representative S. 6. Bland. Word of his death on the Korean baitlefront was received Nov. 4 in a telegram to his parents from Gen. Samuel C. Shepherd Jr., commanding general of the Marine Corps. Lciutenant Phillips left the' West Coast for Korea Feb. 2 and Feb. 7 was on the front line. In addition to his parents, he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. C. W. Loveland of Warwick and Mrs. H. B. Mills Jr. of Portsmouth; a brother, E. F. Phillips Jr. of Richmond, and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E, Phillips ,and maternal grandmother, Mrs. E. R. Chappell of Newport News. Ship Movements Remain Steady Four coal ships and three general cargo vessels were listed by Customs on arrival at the Port of Newport News yesterday. The coal ships included the Norwegian MS Stirlingville; the American colliers Berwindvale and Seaconnet, and the Swiss SS Lausanne. Sailing yesterday was the British SS Argojohn, with a cargo of coal for Japan, and the Panamanian SS Atlantic Pilot, with coal for Germany. General cargo vessels arriving yesterday included the British SS Bristol City, bound for England; the Finnish MS Orion, bound for Scandinavia, and the Belgian SS Steenstreate, bound for the Belgian Congo. Court Fines Five 1a 111 OpeedlJlj? leases Five speeding convictions and one reckless driving conviction were handed out in the traffic session of Newport News Municipal Court yesterday. Those fined: Robert J. Dewey, 30, of 42 Greenbriar Ave., Hampton, $27.50, speeding; Roger Bowman, 18, of Hampton, $27.50, speeding; Jessie C. Dunning, 29, of 228-35th St., $12.50, reckless driving; Herlia Leon Cassell, 18, of 90 Hitchens Lane, Warwick, $12.50, speeding; Robert Lancaster, 54, a Negro, of 2504 Madison Ave., $27.50, speed ing; fcUuie Simmons Council, 25 Negro, of 1043-48th St., $27.50, speeding. Announcing Grand and Square DANCE ORIOLES CLUB 3406' WASHINGTON AVE. Fridav & Saturday 7:30 'til 12 Music by Hugh Woolard and His Blue Steel Boys CENTER PLAYHOUSE JL GH hzZZZt Navymen Plan Yule Parties Aboard Ships The crews of eight ships of the U. S. Navy docked at the Newport News shipyard for the holiday period, will give Christmas parties for some 225 underprivileged Peninsula children next week. Crew members of the ships who will be aboard for the Christmas season have asked the cooperation with local public and private welfare agencies in providing gifts, food, clothing and entertainment for the children. The scries of- parties will begin Monday,, with parlies scheduled aboard the attack cargo transports Achenar and Marquette. The Achc- nar, because its official designation is TONMNri k trisoDc" "Schools and the Community" Newport News Beverage Corp. Phone 2-8102 I LAST TIMES TODAY I Features 3:10, 5:10, 7:10, 9:15 I ir M S M l 1 -DEBORAH KERR-STEWART GRANGER STARTS SUNDAY I CHARLES DICKENS "A CHRISTMAS CAROL" HitOHUGHHOOO THE ATM Last Day Starts II A. Af. HIGH ADVENTURE! RICHARD ARLEN CLADYSGOEGE-LAURAEliIOT. Plus Cartoon Novelty STARTS SUNDAY "BIRTH OF THE LAFF AND SONG STARS" 'A NEIOHBOHHOOO TMEATfcf LAST DAY STARTS 1 P.M. Ut -MIV5MOOO THtATMj TODAY STARTS 1 P. M Rhonda FLEWiNG - Stertmg HAYDEN Starts Sun. "The Turning Point" A NEOMBORMOOO THiATttf TODAY STARTS 1 P. M. loklUHfu Scott Btomn Starts Sun. "Monkey Business" MILLER WMIfK BRF.WINQ fP, Z$' I POOP T HU. . . I!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!I!!!IIIIIIIIIIII!IIIH L ! PluS CARTOON ii'H -Pl C ! f. j ' ! Start, Sun. f ' w. i-J'if,4 1 i dab V DANNY 1 DAILY PRESS, Newport News, KA 53, will entertain 53 children at 10 A. M., with each child to meet Santa Claus, receive $8 clothing cer tificates, toys and gift stockings, and view three Christmas movies. The Achcnar's party will end with a dinner at noon. About 25 youngsters invited through the Salvation Army will be entertained aboard the Marquette. Each will meet Santa Claus and receive gifts. Also, Christmas movies will be shown. The KA Glynn will entertain 25 boys and girls from the Newport News Boys' and Girls' Clubs from 1 to 3;30 P. M. Wednesday, with crewmen acting as "big brothers" to the children. The attack, personnel transport Latimer Vill entertain 40 children inviicd thruogh the welfare department Dec. 27, and the KA Thu- CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS BARGAIN MATINEE 1(1:45 'till 1 P. M. 35c , I (MS till M. COME EARLY and SAVE NOW! These are fighting kids - citizen sol' diers who left their f homes and sweethearts to take the beaches and babes t of Salerno! nE.noc.ni j. inicg v prtstntl iirnnrnY J A TTf "V--' " 7 TIIUI1DERCIRDS Starring John John niUVlT DiDDVtlllDC r- 4- Mona Freeman - Ward Bond T It FrofJuctti Of Ihrtctftf bf rnillPlf rtU ntlinT f KAWLI5 KOHLMAR KQSTER uniiiim ITTT IIIIIIIIIIIUIIII FIRST SHOW 6:30 I'ncle Sam's Underwater Commandos! "FROGMEN" Starring Richard Widmark Dana Andrews Gary Merrill This Is a Heart-Warmine Slorv You Don't Want to Miss! "RETURN of the TEXAN" Starring Dale Robertson Joanne Dru Walter Brennan lit Also Rav McKinlev and Band lli S :. IHT(2.Rli! ; H NOW - - - OPEN 6:45 l I Kj!MZc, ' ! 2 Double Feature 8 1Gett i P Open 6:30 X (h tRS V . J8 iimm w a; A RICHARD BASEHART CROSBY NIACS S GENE EVANS-MICHAEL O'SHEAij 0FKC Hl j ism aw- r iia '4 , u urtDL ' ha I c n , iSzf Kl ' IIWI 1 he's lr. " C.hh "i-i f JESTER jCf - I If, CLIFTON IVlKM f t$tf9 MILTON ' WEBB wWBERLE f ' SorurrJay, December 20, 1952 5 ban will entertain 25 children invited through the special services office of the Norfolk Naval Base, Christmas.-. Day. .1 A similar party will be given for Peninsula children aboard the destroy er escort DeLohg Christmas Day. Th ' parties will feature movies, Christmas gifts presented by Santa Claus, tours -of ships, food, and entertainment. ALL-NEW ADVENTURE! Plus Errol Fnn and Howard Hill I dgor diet Burroughs SBHGB yUKJr LEX BARKER it DOROTHY HART EXTRA Errol Flynn and Famous Archer Howard Hill in "Cruise of the Zaca" Technicolor also Tom 'n Jerry NOW The PERFECT Christinas Gift! Paramount Coupon Books $1.00 $2.50 $5.00 On Sale at Paramount Bos Office rnrr x R--1..I J" rntc bRrisirnas rany; The Pep Club's having a BIG ' urday at 9:30! No : tickets sold! Admis- sion will be a NEW . TOY.. The new toys will be given to the - - auivuuun Army iur -..,.il...r Itirc PARTY for the needv! I NtKSMbORHOOO THEATOf TOMORROW and MONDAY THI 'RECORD RACE" cabCALLOIVAV MILLS nYr s EROS. Dflaiti s m if T U9S-i& 111 111 , lltV:.2 11 ECKSTLNE TB I In lty& Eleanor Powell f Lvl MUSICAL " ' ( SENSATIONS , 14 $.2.. 1..........

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