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ifARRlSKURG TELEGRAPH, Harrisburg, Pa, Saturday. November 23. IMS 19 GIVING SPECIAL M WH 0 WO HOUR Full - Hour Thanksgiving Program On VilIP Duilt Around radio techniques, the Columbia Network has planned a special Thanksgiving program (1 - 2 four daytime serials but designed for entire family listening, Consisting of a solid integrated hour show built around four 15 minute serials, the special holiday program will be brought together as a complete unit by the introduction of new characters who will carry out the overall theme in all four programs. Special vmusic has been composed for the program which will provide background for a finished pro duction seldom heard outside the realm of nightime dramatic radio. The theme of the program will express the current mood of the country arising from the public's bewilderment about present proci - and its fear of the future Through dramatic techniques the programs will try to allay these fears by showing that the first step toward a better worjd is one. which eacn individual can ia.e. The action in these stories is intended to show that by discovering our own individual problems in getting along with people, we can gain the understating necessary for learning that all people are essentially the same and share the same problems and the same needs. , Programs participating m the hour show are: "Big Sister," "Ma Perkins," "Young Doctor Ma - lone" and "Road of Life." Arnold Robertson, in the role oi sam, and Lawson Zerbe as narrator, will be central theme characters of the show, and will appear on all four programs. The regular serial casts will be heard in then - customary parts, Rise Stevens, mezzo - soprano, one of the Metropolitan's foremost attractions, becomes permanent star of the "Family Hour" Sunday afternoon, December 8 (WHP, 5 - 5.30 p. m., EST). Jimmy Carroll will be featured tenor, while Ted Ma - lone assumes the role of host Frank McHugh plays a distraught manager of an apartment house as star of CBS' "That's Finnegan" (WHP, 10.30 p. m.) Thursday comedy series. Comparing 'Family9 Star Befuddled i ' i - M $f' Stage and screen actress Tallulah Bankhead, right, offers an imitation of Hildegarde's hair - do backstage at Columbia's "The Campbell Room . . . Starring Hlldegarde." (WHP 9 p. m.) Tallulah makes a return guest appearance on Hildegarde's show Sunday, November 21. 4 Daytime Shorn Droeramming and production p. m. WHP) based upon its 'Man of Leisure9 Roland Young stars In "Man of Leisure" on CBS' "Theatre of Today" (WHP, 12 noon), Saturday, November 30. Gene Kelly Joins HollywoodPlayers In "Glass Key" Gene Kelly will make his initial appearances as a - noiiywooo Player" in the role of Ned Beau mont in "The Glass Key," on Tuesday, November 26, at 9.30 p. m., over WHP. One of the most famous of Dashiell Hammett's mysteries, "The Glass Key" is a story of love mixed ud with big city politics The son of a senator up for reelection is found murdered. Sus - Dicion. flamed by the rival party, falls on Paul Madvig, - political boss of the senator and the city, Madvig is in love with the senator's daughter. Madveg's own daughter has been having a clandestine affair with the dead man. The key figure in the story is Ned Beaumont, Madveg's lieutenant. The rival political leader propositions Ned to spill the information that will mean the defeat of Madvig's machine. Beau mont takes a terrific beating, but remains loyal to his chief. All restraint .is thrown off in a bitter political war as the campaign swings into its last days. At the risk of his own life, Ned Beaumont tracks down the killer, and brings the tough, pile - driving story to an exciting close. Marilyn Maxwell Stars On WHP in "Stars Over Hollywood" Original - Marilyn Maxwell, screen star, solves a honeymoon housing dilemma but sets up several other problems, including what to do about a murder charge, when she guests on CBS' "Stars Over Hollywood," Saturday, November 23 (CBS, 12.30 - 1 p. m., EST. From Hollywood). The day's drama,! "A Woman's Touch," starts with the return home of a newly mar ried couple, who discover that their apartment has been sold in! their absence. The bride takes matters in her own hands, and succeeds in (a) getting her husband fired from his job; (b) losing the furniture; and (c) finding housing in the local jail, charged with murder. Del Castillo composes and conducts mood music, and Paul Pierce is the "Stars Over Holly wood" producer. ' Although plans still are indefr nite, Eddie Bracken is considering the possibility of taking his, Texaco show to New York for a series of broadcasts after Janu ary 1. If the program does travel east, the trip will be arranged so that one broadcast will emanate from Chicago. The entire troupe would make the trip, including William Demarest, Ann Rutherford, Janet Waldo and Music Director Paul J. Smith. Coiffures II Y. Philharmonic Announces Guest Conductors List Artur Rodzinski, musical direc tor of the New York Philharmo nic - Symphony, goes to Europe shortly for his initial post - war . x 3 j : . i ; t concert tour, ana auring 1115 au sence, George Szell, Leopold Sto kowski, Charles Meunch and Bruno Walter will be guest con ductors for the Philharmonic'; Sunday afternoon concerts over the Columbia network (WHP, 3 - 4.30 p. m.). Rodzinski's Sunday, December 8. broadcast. will be his last ap pearance here before he leaves for Europe, where he will con duct 11 concerts in France. Bel gium, Denmark, Scotland and England, returning during the latter part of February to resume his duties with the Philharmo' nic - Symphony. The tour occurs just 25 years after the conductor's debut with the Warsaw . Philharmonic. Rod zinski's last European engage ment was at the 1937 Salzburg Festival, when he led the Vienna Philharmonic in the first Amen - can score ever played at this illustrious affair Samuel Barber! First Symphony. He will con tinue his practice of playing as many American works as possible on this tour, including the music from Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess," in addition to traditional repertory and modern European works. 'Lux9 Guest 0 Lux Radio Theatre will present Walter Pidgeon as Major Parkington and Greer Garson in the title role, "Mrs. Park, ington," Monday, November 25, at 9 p. m. over WHP. Both stars will re - enact the roles they made famous on the screen. Boris Karloff to Repeat 'Arsenic' RoleMonday,WHP Boris Karloff will star in the Lady Esther Screen Guild Play, ers production of "Arsenic and Old Lace," Monday,' November 25, at 10 p. m., over WHP. The story is based on the very successful play, by Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse, in which Karloff appeared during a long run oii the New York stage. It was later made into a .motion picture by Warner Brothers. It is a weird and very humorous story of a Brooklyn family whose talents seem to run to murder. There are two aunts who consider it kindly and just to put old men - without families into a more peaceful world, and a nephew who kills all sorts ofl people simply because he likes it. Helen Forrest sez in Hollywood the way of the transgressor is often syndicated! THURSDAY, MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 Wake Up Tim 7.15 News Bulletins 7.20 Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 Morning News Roundup Glider 8.15 Rambling With Rand 8.30 Coffee Club 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News Reports National Biscuit 9.15 Danny O'Neil 10.00 Joe Powers 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Win tersSweetheart Soao 10.45 The Daily Digest 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Tim 11.30 Time to Remember 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Soap 12.00 Esso Reporter 12.05 News Aunt Nellies Product AFTERNOON 12.15 Spade Cooley's Band 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Kolynos 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Holiday Show Proctor & Gamble 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance & Satina , 2.15 Perry Mason Spic and Span I 2.30 Lone Journey Friskie's Dog Food 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Manhattan Soap 3.00 Kate Smith Post's Bran SATURDAY, ,, MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.20 Wake Up Time 7.15 News Reports 7.25 Wake Up Time . 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 Morning News Roundup 8.15 The Three Treys 8.30 Step Welgand Trio 9.45 Dr. Bookstaber. Rabbi 9.00 News Reports 9.15 The Garden Gate 9.30 Helen McCauley, pianist 9.45 Blue Ridge Boys 10.00 Bamyard Follies - 10.30 Mary Lee Taylor Pet Milk 11.00 News Curtiss Candy 11.05 Let's Pretend Cream of Wheat 11.30 Give and Take Chef Boy - ar - Dee rooas " , 12.00 Theatre of Today Armstrong Rugs AFTERNOON 12.30 Stars Over Hollywood Dari - Rlcb 1.00 Grand Central Station Pillsbury 1.30 County Fair Borden's 2.00 Esso Reporter WHP PROGRAM SCHEDULE For, the Week SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24 M OBNBgO .00 New Roundup 8.15 Christian Science Program 8.30 Carolina Calling 9.00 Esso Reporter 8.05 Chapel Singers 8.15 E. Power Biggs, Organist 9.45 Choir Practice 10.00 Church of the Air 11.00 News Curtiss Candy 11.05 Wings Over Jordan fl.SO Market Sq. Presbyterian Church AFTERNOON 12.15 Report from Wash. Kunkel 12.30 Salt Lake Tab. Choir 1.00 Esso Reporter 1.05 Radio News Extra Stylttex 1.15 Paul Barron and Orch. 1.45 Howard K. Smith from London 2.00 People's Platform 2.30 Albert Sack and Orch. 2.55 News Report 3.00 - N.Y. Phil. Symo. U. S. Rubber Co. 4.30 Hour of Charm Phil Spitainy urcn. Eiee. co. of America MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25 MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 Wake Up Time 7.15 News Bulletins 7 JO Wake Up Tim 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 Morning News Roundup Glider 8.15 The Three Treys 8.30 Coffee Club 8.45 Morning Devotions Hbg. Minis. 9.00 News Reports Nat Biscuit 9.15 Danny O'Neil 10.00 Joe Powers 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn WintersSweetheart Soap 10.45 Daily Digest Kingan's Meats 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Tim 11.30 Time to Remember 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 Esso Reporter 12.05 - News Aunt NeUle's Prod. AFTERNOON 12.15 Phil Brito SingsVIcks 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Bisodol 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malone Crises 1.45 Road of Life Dui 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance and Satlna 2.15 Perry Mason Sole and Span 2.30 Lone Journey Friskle's Dog Food 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Manhattan Soap 3.00 Kate Smith Post's Bran TUESDAY, MORNING ; 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 Wake Up Time 7.15 News Bulletins 7.20 Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 Morning News Roundup Gilder 8.15 Rambling with Rand 8.30 Coffee Club 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News National Biscuit 9.15 Danny O'Neil 10.00 Joe Powers 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 The Daily Digest 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Ittme 11.30 lime to Remember 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 Esso Reporter 12.05 News Aunt Nellie's Products AFTERNOON 12.15 Spade Cooley's Band 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Kolynos iz.3 uur uai Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 Road of Life Dus 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance & Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 Lone Journey Carnation Milk 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Manhattan soap 3.00 Kate Smith - Cost's Bran 3.15 Dorothy Dix 3.30 News Shoemaker Sea Foods WEDNESDAY, MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.20 Wake Up Tim 7.15 News Bulletins 7.25 Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 Morning News Roundup Glider 8.15 The Three Treys 8.30 Coffee Club 8.45 Catholic Hour 9.00 News Roports National Biscuit 9.15 Danny O'Neil 10.00 Joe Powers 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Win tersSweetheart Soap 10.45 Daily Digest Kingan's Meat 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Time 11.30 Time to Remember 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 Esso Reporter 12.05 News Aunt Nellie's Products AFTERNOON 12.15 Phil Brito Sings - Vicks 12.30 Romsnce of Helen Trent Bisodol 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap - 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 Road of Life Duz 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton La - France & Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 Lone Journey Carnation Milk 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Manhattan Soap 3.00 Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.15 Dorothy Dix Saraka 3.30 News Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 Errol Garner, Piano NOVEMBER 28 3.15 Dorothy Dix 3.30 News Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 David Shoop Piano Moods 3.45 Treasury Salute 4.00 Elgin Thanksgiving Day Show EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonic 6.15 Music by Sweeten 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Robert Trout with the New Til ' Now Campbell s Soup 7.00 Mystery .of the Week Ivory Soap 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Mr. Keen Tracer of Lost Persons Kolynos Tooth Paste 8.00 Suspense Roma Win 8.30 FBI In Peace and War Lav Soap 8.55 Bill Henry, Mews Jonns - Manvuie 9.00 Dick Havmes Show Auto - Lite 9.30 Casey Crime Photographer An chor Hocking Glass 10.00 Reader's Digest Radio EdlUon Hallmark Cards 10.30 That's Finnegan 11.00 Headlines News David's Clothes 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Caplan's Parade of Bands 11.30 - Juillard School of Music 12.00 News Reports 12.05 Johnny Long Orch. 12.30 Tommy Tucker Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off ' NOVEMBER 30 2.05 Joe Schirmer Trio 2.15 Notre Dame vs. Sou. California 5,00 Philadelphia Orch. EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.15 Spotlight on Sports ' 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex . 6.45 Larry Lesueur and the Newa 7.00 Hollywood's Open House Grey - stone wine 7.30 Vaughn Monroe Show Camel 8.00 Hollywood Startime Frigldar 8.30 Mayor of th Town Noxzema 8.55 Ned Calmer, News Parker Qulnk 9.00 "Hit Parade" Lucky Strikes 9.45 Symphonette Longines Watches 10.15 This Is Hollywood Camay Soap 10.45 "Just Jszz" 11.00 Ned Calmer, New 11.10 Sports Report 11.15 Sheo Fields' Orch. 11.30 Ina Ray Hutton Orch, 12.00 News 12.05 Leighton Noble Orch, 12.30 uon sestor urcn. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off of November 24 5.00 Prudential Family Hour 5.30 Hoagy Carmichael Ludens 5.45 Wm. L. Shirer. News Glider EVENING 6.00 Ozzie and Harriet Internal. Silver 6.30 Kate Smith Sings Postum 7.00 Gene Autry Wrigley Gum 7.30 Blondle Super Suds 8.00 Adventures of Sam Spade Wild, root Co. ' S.M Crima Doctor Phlllo Morris 8.55 Ned Calmer, News Parker Pen 9.00 The Campbell Room Hlldegarde 9.30 Eddie Bracken Show Texaco - 10.00 Take It Or Leave It3Eversharp 10.30 We. The People Gulf 11.00 Headline News David's Clothes 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Dick Redmond Report 11.30 Music You Know 12.00 News Reports 12.05 Blue Barron Orch. 12.30 Tommy Tucker Orch. 12.55 Newa Summary 1.00 Sign - off 3.15 Dorothy Dix Saraka 3.30 News Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 ErroU Garner. Piano 3.45 Sing Along Club 4.00 House Party General Electric 4.25 News Aunt NeUle's Products 4.30 Hollyw'd Jackpot Anacin, Kolynos 9.i - newi neports 5.05 So the Story Goes , 5.15 Matty Malneck Orch. 5.30 Mitchell Grand Bowman's 5.45 Lum St Abner Alka - Seltzcr EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Spotlight on Sports Trim Hair ionic 6.15 Music by Sweeten 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Robert Trout With the Newt Til Now Campbell's Soud 7.00 Mystery of the Week Ivory Soap Lit jacx smitn snow uxyaoi - 7.30 Bob Hawk Show Camels 8.00 Inner Sanctum Bromo - Seltzer 8.30 Joan Davis Show Swan Soao 8.55 Bill Henry, News Johns - Manvill 8.00 Lux Radio Theatre Lux Soan 10.00 Screen Guild Players Lady Esther 10.30 Sweeney & March 11.00 Headline News David' Clothes 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Caplan's Parade of Bands 11.30 Music for Midnight D'Artega 12.00 News Reports 12.05 George Olsen Orch. 12.30 George Towne Orch, 12.55 News Sommary 1.00 Sign - off NOVEMBER 26 3.35 David Snoop Piano Moods 3.45 Treasury Salute 4.00 House Party 4.25 News Aunt Nellie's Products 4.30 Give and Take 5.00 News' Reports 5.05 So the Story Goes 5.15 Lt. Comdr. Carl Katz 5.30 Mitchell Grand Stylists Bowman's 5.45 Lum and Abner Alka Seltzer EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 8.10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonic 6.15 You and Alcohol 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Robert Trout With the New Til Now Campbells Soup 7.00 Mystery of the Week Ivory Soap 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 American Melody Hour Bayer Aspirin , 8.00 Big Town Ironized Yeast 8.30 Mel Blanc Show Colgate 8.55 Bill Henry, News Johns - Manvill 9.00 Vox Pop Lip ton's Tea 9.30 Hollyw'd Players Cresta Blanca 10.00 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 10.30 Longines Symphonett Longines waicnes 11.00 Headline News David's Clothes 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Caplan's Parade of Bands 11.30 Open Hearing 12.00 News Reports 12.05 Johnny Long Orch. 12.15 Elliott Lawrence Orch. 12.30 Harry Cool Orch. 12.45 Tommy Tucker Orch. 12.55 Sign - off NOVEMBER 27 3.45 Gallant Bess 4.00 House Party General Electric 4.25 News Aunt Nellie's Products 4.30 Hollyw'd Jackpot Anacin, Kolynos o.uu jnews Heports 5.05 So the Story Goes 5.15 Louis Prima Orch. 5.30 Mitchell Grand. Stylist, Bowman's o.o ine constant invader EVENING 8.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Spotlight on Sports Trim Hair Tonic 6.15 Here's to Veterans 6.30 Radio News Extra Stvletex 6.45 Robert Trout With the News Til Now Campbell s Soup 7.00 Mystery of th Week Ivory Soap 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Ellery Queen Anacin 8.00 Jack Carson Campbell Soup 8.30 - Jean Hersholt as "Dr. Christian" vaseline Preparations 8.55 Bill Henry, News Johns - ManvUle 8.00 frank Sinatra Show Old Golds 9.30 Ford Show starring Dinah Shore - Ford Motor Co. 10.00 Academy Award Theatre Squibb i - roauct 10.30 Information Please Parker Pen 11.00 Headline News David's Clothe 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Caplan's Parade of Bands 11.30 Invitation to Music 12.00 News Report 12.05 Guy Lombardo Orch. 12.30 Elliott Lawrence Orch. . 12.55 News Summary l.uo sign - off FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29 MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 Wake Up Time 7.15 News Bulletins 7.20 Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 Morning News Roundup Glider 8.15 The Three Treys 8.30 Coffee Club 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News Reports National Biscuit , ,9.15 Danny O'Neil 9.30 Hbg. Balloon Parade 10.00 Joe Powers 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Win, ters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 Daily Digest Kingan's Meat 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Time 11.30 Time to Remember 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Soap 12.00 esso Reporter 12.05 News Aunt Nellie's Product AFTERNOON 12.15 Phil Brito Sings - Vicks 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Bisodol 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 Road of Life Duz 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance and Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 Lone Journey Carnation Milk 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Manhattan Soap 3.00 Kate Smith - J - Post's Bran ' , .15 Dorothy Dix Saraka WHP NEWSCAST TIMES DAILY Daytime 6.35 A.M. Eo Reporter - x 7.15 A.M. News Reports 7.45 A.M. Breakfast Bulletins 8.00 A.M. News of the World 9.00 A.M. Nine o'clock News 12.00 A.M. Esso Reporter 12.05 A.M. Noonday News 3.30 P.M. News reports 4.25 A.M. News Reports 8.00 AM. News Reports Night Tim 6.00 P.M. Esso Reporter 6.05 P.M. WHP News Analyst 6.30 P.M. Radio News Extra RADIO'S FINEST MUSIC SUNDAY 3.00 N. Y. Philharmonic Symphony 4.30 Hour of Charm 5.00 Family Hour TUESDAY 7.30 American Melody Hour 10.30 Longines Symphonette civ Air Tine For Kate Smith And Dorothy Dix , ! The "Kate Smith Speaks" pn' gram heard over WHP, Monday thru Friday at 2.45 p. m., and the program at 3 o'clock featuring Dorothy Dix, world famous ad vice to the lovelorn columnist, will move to new times starting Monday, November 25, to make way for a new dramatic series, details of which can be found elsewhere on this page. As of Monday, November 25, Kate Smith and Ted Collins will be heard at 3 o'clock, 15 minutes later than usual, and Dorothy Dix will be heard at 3.15. The "Kate Smith Speaks" program has long been a favorite of lis teners m the Harrisburg area. It features Kate with the human side of the news of interest to the ladies in the audience, and Ted Collins with the latest news. The current Dorothy Dix series marked the debut of the original "advice, to the lovelorn" columnist. Miss Dix' daily syndicated newspaper column is published in nearly every American paper,! as well as several foreign publi' cations. 'Horizon9 Star 9wrvlJ(R......, As a Thanksgiving Eve dra - matic attraction, Columbia's "Academy Award" (WHP, 10 p. m.) presents an adaptation of James Hilton's "Lost Horizon," with Ronald Colman recreating his movie role, on Wednesday, November 27. Dennis Day Does Comedy Sketch on Dinah Shore Show Dennis Day, personable young singing star and comedian of radio will be the guest oi Songstress Dinah Shore on the Ford Show Wednesday, November 27, at 9.30 p. m. over WHP. Peter Lmd Hayes actor and mimic and satirist, together with Kobert Emmett Dolan and his orchestra complete the programs cast. Originally discovered by Jack ("Boss") Benny, on whose airshow he long appeared, Dennis Day now brings his fine tenor voice and his appealing personality to his own show broadcast every weeK. Just before launching this pro gram this fall, Day appeared on Jack Benny s opening show, on which occasion his former boss appropriately mourned his loss and bewailed the lack of grat itude shown by him and by an other former Benny stooge Phil Harris. Although he is best known as a radio singer and actor, Day has also appeared in several film mus' icals including "Power Girls" and Here Comes The Bride." 3.30 News Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 Errol Garner Piano 3.45 Sing Along Club 4.00 House Party General Electric 4.25 News Reports Aunt Nellie's Pro, ducts 4.30 Hollyw'd Jackpot Anacin, Kolynos 5.00 News Reports 5.05 So the Story Goes 5.15 Boy Scout Program 5.30 MitcheU Grand Bowman's 5.45 Lum and Abner Alka Seltzer EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonic 6.15 Music by Sweeten 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Robert Trout with the New Til Now Campbell's Soup 7.00 Mystery of the Week Ivory Soap 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 - Sparkle Time with Meredith Wil son Canada Dry 8.00 Baby Snooks Show Jello 8.30 The Thin Man Sanka 8.55 Bill Henry News Johns - ManvUle 9.00 Ginny Simms Show Borden's 9.30 Durante - Moore Rexall Drugs 10.00 Pays to Be Ignorant Philip Morris 10.30 Malsle Ann sotnern jsversnarp 11.00 Headline News David's Clothea 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Caplan's Parade of Bands 11.30 Jimmy Dorsev Orch. 12.00 News Reports 12.05 Elliott Lawrence Orch. 12.30 George Olsen Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off 6.45 P.M. Th World Today 8.55 P.M. News Commentator 11.00 P.M. News Ahead of th Headlines 11.10 P.M - News Analysis 12.00 MID. News Reports 12.55 P.M. News Summary SUNDAYS I These newscasts augment th daily times 9.00 A.M. Esso Reporter 11.00 A.M. News Reports 1.00 P.M. Esso Reporter , 1.05 P.M. Sunday Edition 1.45 P.M. Howard K. Smith, New 5.45 P.M. Wm. L. Shirer WEDNESDAY 11.30 Invitation to Music , FRIDAY 1.00 Sparkle Time with Meredith Wilson SATURDAY 8.00 Philadelphia Orchestra 9.45 Longines Symphonett Don Ameche Emcees First Two - Hour Holiday Show, Durante, Skelton Star ' Two star - studded holiday programs featuring casts of radio, stage and screen luminaries, will be presented over tne Columbia Broadcasting Lurene Tattle is heard as Effie Perrine, sleuth Sam Spade's secretary, on CBS' Sunday "Adventures of Sam Spade" (WHP. 8 p. m.). Anne Seymour on "Inner Sanctum" Monday on WHP Anne Seymour will star in "No Rest for the Dead," " the "Inner Sanctum" mystery on Monday, iNovemDer 25, at 8 p. m., over WHP. The original radio .drama is by Robert Sloane. In "No Rest for the Grace Denning nervously her father's homecoming. Mr. Denning arrives, he Dead," awaits When brings disturbing news. It seems that he has sold his brain to Dr. TarL tori for experimentation after his death. A long - standing enmitv. concerning Grace's dead mother. exists between the two men. Grace knows the doctor is practicing a reiinea orand of torture, when she telephones Dr. Tarlton to call off the deal, she learns the physi cian has been found dead pos sibly by accident, maybe by mur der. 1 urace learns tnat a man answering her father's description was the last to see Dr. Tarlton alive. The doctor's nurse, how ever, says it was not her father, but a Mr. McCobb. A mysterious phone message from the same Mr. McCobb sends Grace to a medical college in the dead of night. Grace does ot find Mr. McCobb there What she does find makes "No Rest for the Dead" one of "Inner Sanctum's" most eerie mysteries, flew Daily Drama Heard Over WHP "Rose of My Dream," a new daytime serial conceived and produced by Frank and Sam Hummert makes its debut over WHP - CBS next Monday, November 25 at 2.45 p. m. The new serial is presented by .the spon sors of the Manhattan Soap Company, who also presented "The Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters" heard on WHP five times weekly at 10.30 a. m. "Rose of My Dreams" is a ro mantle true to life story of HoL lywood the real Hollywood. Centered around two sisters, a Hollywood writer and a titled Englishman. Radio's top dramatic actors will make up the cast of "Rose of My Dreams." . . Dept. of j Spade's Gal f i IT If itef jL h . i slmilillBll If one may assume that Ozzie Nelson of Columbia's Sunday "Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" (WHP 6 p. m.) scouted up this bird for Thanksgrivinr dinner, one may also assume that he's too tired now to care what becomes of it, unlike his wife Harriet and their two moppets. David, in back, and Rickie. System, the first on Thanks giving Day, November 28, the second Christmas Day, December 25. Both shows, known as "Two Hours ofi Stars," have been annual events since 1942 (WHP, 4 - 6 p. m.). Don Ameche, as Thanks giving Day emcee, sets the pace for an all - star company that includes Jim my Durante, i Garry Moore, i Red Skelton, Vera Vague, Don Ameche Margaret Whiting, Burl Ives, Lina Romay, Peter Lind Hayes, JacK Benny, Lauritz Melchoir, Desi Arnaz, Lyn Duddy, Choral Group and tha Charioteers. Vera Jean i vary, singer, of Elgin, 111, . winner of a 5 local a u d i - " tions contest, will represent j the industrial community of the sponsor, Elgin National Watch Jimmy Durante Company. Maestro Lou Bring will arrange special music for both broadcasts and direct the orchestra. Desi Arnaz,"" popular young maestro oi one of Ame - i rica's leading r h u m b a bands, and Vera Jean Vary, 20 - year old soprano from Elgin, 111., who won the 1946 At - umtflii V Q Y1 T Foundat i 0 ni part of the peter Lind Hayes star - studded cast of "Two Hours of Stars, Thanksgiving Day Show sponsor ed by the Elgin National Watco Company. Desi Arnaz and his orchestra were a smash success when they played a long engagement at tha Monte Pros - er's Copaca - bana night club in New York this f nacf ciiTYimor Vi Peter Lind Lina Romay Hayes, young comedy star of the Ford Show made his sensational debut on the same bill.' Born and raised in Santiago, Cuba, Arnaz is probably the first man to abandon a career in motion pictures to devote himself to bandleading. Starting his career by coming to New York as a youngster in his teens, he formed a rhumba band which played theatres and night clubs in the Big Town. Desi himself can play the guitar, Cuban drums, piano, violin and several percussion instru ments. Vera Jean Vary was picked as winner of the 1946 auditions held by the Atwater Kent Foundation by such judges as Lauritz Melchoir, John Charles Thomas, Nel son Eddy, Helen Traubel and Je"annette MacDonald. Winning out over 1400 other contestants; she received a $2000 award. Her teachers were her mother, an ac complished pianist, and Mrs. Adnenne Lowrie, who formerly lived in Elgin. ' Anticlimax i ' 1 " hi tev;Siw.Xviv. - . . AsssMssisaW'MtT Rl1 a LA awe i s ' ,! I

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