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17 NEW MUSIC AMP COMEDY ATURESONWffi HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Harrhburg, Pi, Saturday, November 30. 1941 Tcmpleton Plays Mozart; Rodzinslii Conducts "Rite off Spring" on 171 IP Alp. TWinlptnn nlavs Moiart's B flat major Piano Con certo (K. 595) with the New York Philharmonic - Symphony irf.ii' RnTicVi'B Hirpction Sunday. December 1 uiiuci mvui m ' fWHP. 3 - 4.30 p. m. "The Rite of - Spring" by Stravinsky and Nicolai's Overture to "The Merry Wives of Windsor" form the re - mainder of the program. The intermission speaker is Columbus O'Donnell Iselin, director of the Oceanographic Institution at Woods Hole, Mass. He speaks on "Oceanography." "The Rite of Spring" literally caused a stampede when it was introduced in Paris in 1913. The utter primitiveness of the motions Stravinsky projected through it and his revolutionary methods of expressing them moved some of the sophisticates present to catcalls, whistling and other vari eties of disturbance. The approv ing members of the audience rose to the music's defense and the resulting free - for - all drowned out the ballet completely. In the meantime, the composer tells of standing with Nijinsky, who had done the choreography for the work, in the wings. The din in the theatre and the. sound of their own , steps kept the dancers from hearing the orches tra, and Nijinsky stood on a chair, screaming - directions at the dancers at the top of his voice, while Diaghileff, the producers, kept ordering the lights turned on and off. trying to stem the row. Joan Fontaine Heard Wednesday In "Oscar" Role Joan Fontaine, "Oscar" - winning Hollywood actress, will play the starring role of Jenny, sensitive wraith in Robert Nathan's story,! "The Portrait of Jenny," on "Academy Award" Wednesday, December i, at 10 p. m. over CBS. Broadway stage and screen actor John Lund will portray the artist who loves and paints the elusive Jenny. The story concerns a young man and girl who meet in ths darkness at a Central Park Mall concert and discover they are spirits mates. . The man does an inspired por trait of Jenny, which brings him fame. But ms enchanting - model vanishes. He searches for her in desperation, finally realizes that she was never more than a dream Joan Fontaine received the 1941 Academy Award for her inter pretation of the hypersensitive young wife in "Suspicion." She was nominated in 1940 and 1943 for similar delicate performances, the starring role in "Rebecca" and as "Tessa" in. "The Constant Nymph." Frank Wilson wrote the radio script of "Portrait of Jenny." Leith Stevens composed and will play the music for the broadcast. Dee Engelbach will produce and direct for E. R. SquiDb & Sons. Monroe Star it VLr - 1. . I k 11 u H V - - A H Shirley Booth, . star comedienne of stage and radio, will be Vaughn Monroe's guest artist on Saturday, November 30, over WHP, when the singing maestro airs his variety - musical show from Cleveland, his first out - of - New York broadcast since the new series premiered in early October. v Dick Haymes Cast To Dramatize "Dancing In the Dark" Over WHP 'Stagecoach9 Is Star Time Play On WHP Tonight Riding together ... a dance hall girl being driven out of town, a young woman about to have a baby, a gambler, an inebriated medic, a United States marshal, and an escaped outlaw . . . grand hotel on wheels! That's the basic elements of intrigue that will interest listeners on "Hollywood Star Time" over WHP tonight (8 p. m.) when Ernest Haycox,'s Academy Award winning original story, "Stage Coach," adapted for radio by Mil. ton Geiger, will be dramatized. Herbert Marshall, as "Holly wood Star Time" host, will intro. duce the characters, an outstand ing supporting cast, and set the exciting scenes of a single stage coach trip between two frontier towns that involve the birth, of baby, an Apache Indian raid, ai the love story of an outcast dance hall girl and a badman of the plains, drawn together by their unsavory standing in decent so ciety. Musical Director Lionel New man has prepared a special or chestral backeround for the pro gram, which .is announced by Wendell Niles; produced by Rob ert L. Redd. Dick Haymes offers a nostalgic song - drama treatment of "Dancing in the Dark" as a highlight of Columbia's "Dick Haymes Show," Thursday, December 5 (CBS. 9.00 - 9.30 p. m.. EST. Ken. 1.00 a. m. From. Hollywood) Lurene Tuttle joins him in the dramatization. Helen Forrest sings the roman tic novelty, "On the Other End of a Kiss." Haymes' other selec tions include "A Gal in Calico" and "This Time." Gordon Jenkins leads the orchestra in "I've Got You Under My Skin," and Four Hits and a Miss are heard in "Love Is Just Around the Cor ner." Dick Uhl produces the "Dick Haymes Show." WHP PROGRAM SCHEDULE For thh Week of December 1 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1 Wretched Parent Phil Baker tells of the ardent fireman who had a flame put him out! The Master Off the air, Harold Huber, who plays the fearless master detective "Hercule Poirot" on the "Mystery of the Week" show, grows jittery as he delves into an Agatha Christie mystery. "Mystery of the Week" is heard Monday through Friday over WHP, 7 - 7.15 p. m., EST. Rex Harrison Stars on 'Guild' Rex Harrison, the noted British actor, will replace Joseph Cotten in the cast of the Lady Esther Screen Guild Players production of "Love Letters," which will be heard Monday (December 2) at 10 p. m. (EST) over WHP. Cotten, who was to have ap. peared on the show opposite Lor etta Young, was called east sud denly, and Harrison volunteered to step into the breach. Miss Young remains in the cast. Harrison, who made an instant hit in the United States with his first American picture, "Anna and the King of Siam," is getting further praise in this country for his performance in a British picture recently released here, "Notorious Gentleman." The stars who appeared on the Screen Guild Players show volunteer their servipes, and their sal aries are contributed to the Motion Picture Relief Fund for the maintenance of the Motion Picture Country House, where aged and infirm veterans of the Mo tion Picture Industry are able to live out their remaining years in comfort. The sad character is Hanley Stafford, who is Daddy Higgins to Fanny Brice's Snooks on CBS Friday "Baby Snooks Show" (WHP, 8 p. m.). "Cowboy Blues" uene Autry rides the range singing "Cowboy Blues" and other songs of the West, on the Columbia network Sunday, Decem ber 1 (WHP, 7.00 - 7.30 p. m., EST From KNX, Hollywood). Autry, supported by the Cass County Boys and the Melody nancn uoys, also offers "Old Lamp Lighter" and "Cool Waters." ".! rii . j. , stm w)uiei is musical airecior. Elevated Arthur Treacher of CBS "Jack Carson Show" may be still "butler" on the show, but as far as movies are concerned he's scored something of a personal triumph by finally breaking the "type" tag which has dogged him since he came to Hollywood. He plays an American adventurer in a film called "Flame of Tripoli" his first non - butler role on the screen. Laconic Guest if Pill p1 tSf.J'jh IMP U Joseph Cotton to Star on "Radio Digest" on WHP Joseph Cotton will play a role tailor - made for his special talents Tnursday, December 5, (WHP, 10 p. m.,) when he makes one of his infrequent broadcasts. The screen star will portray a character author Octavus Roy Cohen actually met years ago at a coal mine disaster in the South. Cotton, who is no stranger to cynical roles, will play a disillusioned star reporter whose way of life undergoes a complete change due to the events of a single night spent among the suffering people involved in the mine cave - in. Richard K o 1 1 m a r, youthful Broadway producer and radio star, will emcee. Jack Miller has composed original ,"mood music" for the occasion and will conduct. Marx Loeb directs and Tom Shirley is the Hallmark Greeting Card salesman. MORNING 8.0O Newt Roundup 8.15 Christian Science Program 8.30 Carolina Call ins 9.00 Esso Reporter 9.05 Chapel Singers 9.15 E. Power Bigg. Organist 9.45 Johnson Family Singers 10.00 Church of the Air 11.00 News Curtiss Candy 11.05 Wings Over Jordan 11.30 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 Styletex 1.15 Paul Barron and Orch. 1.30 Radio and the Public 1.45 Howard K. Smith from London 2.00 People's Platform 2.30 Albert Sack and Orch. 2.55 News Report 8.00 N.Y. Phil. Symp. O. S. Rubber Co. 4.30 Hour of Charm Phil Spitainy Orch. Elec. Co. of America 5.00 Prudential Family Hour 5.30 Hoagy Carmichael Ludeni 5.45 Wm. L. Shirer, News Glider EVENING 6.00 Ozzie and Harriet Internal Silver 6.30 Kate Smith Sings Portum 7.00 Gene Autry Wrigley Gum 7.30 Blondie Super Suds 8.00 Adventures of Sam Spade Wild - root Co. 8.30 Crime Doctor Philip Morris 8.55 Ned Calmer, News Parker Pen 9.00 The Campbell Room Hildegarde ' 9.30 Eddie Bracken Show Texaco 10.00 Take It Or Leave It Eversharp 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 George Towne Orch. 12.30 Tommy Tucker Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off MONDAY, DECEMBER 2 MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter ' 7.00 Wake Up Time 7.16 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 Hbg. Minis. 9.00 News Reports Nat Biscuit 9.15 Danny O'Neil 10.00 Joe Powers 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Win ters sweetheart soap 10.45 Daily Digest Ktngan's Meats, 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 Prod. 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 Crises 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 Friskie's Dog Food 2.45 Rose of My Dreams - r - Sweetheart Soap 3.00 Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.15 Dorothy Dix Saraka 3.30 News Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 Erroll Garner, Piano 3.45 Matinee Melodies 4.00 House Party General Electric 4.25 News Aunt Nellie's Products 4.30 Hollyw'd Jackpot Anacin, Kolynos 5.00 News Reports 5.05 So the Story Goes 5.15 Matty Malneck Orch. 5.30 Mitchell Grand Bowman's 5.45 Lum & Abner Alka - Seltzer EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Spotlight on Sports Trim Hair Tonic. 6.15 Music by Sweeten 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Robert Trout With the News Til Now Campbell s Soup 7.00 Mystery of the Week Ivory Soap 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Bob Hawk Show Camels 8.00 Inner Sanctum Bromo - Seltzer 8.30 Joan Davis Show Swan Soap 8.55 Bill Henry, News Johns - Man ville 9.00 Lux Radio Theatre Lux Soap 10.00 Screen Guild Players Lady Esther 10.30 Sweeney & March 11.00 Headline News David's 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. iz.30 Blue Barron Orch. 12.55 News Summary l.oo sign - off TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3 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 Cofiee Club 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News National Biscuit 9.15 Damny O'Neil . 10.00 Joe Powers 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters sweetheart Soap 10.45 The Daily Digest 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Time 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 12.45 uur ttal 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 & Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 Lone Journey Carnation Milk 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart SoaD 3.00 Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.15 Dorothy Dix 3.30 News Shoemaker Sea Foods 3.35 David Shoop 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 College & Career Night Program 5.30 Mitchell Grand Stylists Bowman' 5.45 Lum and Abner Alka Seltzer EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonic e.15 you and Alcohol 8.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Robert Trout With the News Til Now Campbell s 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 - Manville 9.00 Vox Pop Llpton's Tea 9.30 Hollyw'd Players Cresta Blanca 10.00 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 10.30 Longines Symphonette 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. 12.30 Jimmy Dorsey Orch. 12.55 Sign - off WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4 of Provocative Robert J. Landry, CBS director Program Writing and super visor of the "Columbia Work, shop," is the author of a provoca tive article, "The Improbability of Kadio Criticism," in Hollywood Quarterly. MORNING 8.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.20 Wake Up Time 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 Reports National Biscuit 9.15 Danny O'Neil 10.00 Joe Powers 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Win - ! ters Sweetheart Soao 10.45 Daily Digest Kingam's Meats 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Time 11.30 Time to Remember 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Show 12.00 Esso Reporter 12.05 News Aunt Nellie's Products 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 r Li - France & Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Spie and Span 2.30 Lone Journey Carnation Milk 2.45 Rose of" My Dreams Sweetheart Soap 3.00 Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.15 Dorothy Dix Saraka S.30 News Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 Errol Garner, Piano I 3.45 Matinee Melodies 4.00 House Party General Electric 4.25 News Aunt NeUie's Products 4.30 Hollyw'd Jackpot Anacin, Kolynos B.w news neporcs 5.05 So the Story Goes 5.15 Jimmy Palmer & Orch. 5.30 Mitchell Grand, Stylist, Bowman's isc constant invader - EVENING 6.00 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 wow Campbells Soup 7.00 Mystery of the Week Ivory Soap 7,15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Ellery Queen Anacin 8.00 Jack Carson Campbell Souo 8.30 Jean Hersholt as "Dr. Christian" vaseline Preparations 8.55 Bill Henry, News Johns - Manville s.oo Tank Sinatra Show Old Golds 9.30 Ford Show starring Dinah Shore rora Motor Co. 10.00 Academy Award Theatre Squibb x - roauci 10.30 Information Please Parker Pen 11.00 Headline News David's Clothes 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 j.uu sign - off Roland Young Is Star of Theatre Of Today on VJIIP Leonard Banks had worked and planned for years for the day he would be able to retire. What he found out about idleness and how he solved his problem will be broadcast on "Theatre of Today," Saturday, November 30th at 12 noon, over WHP, when Roland Young stars in "Man of Leisure." In a role perfectly suited to his endearing portrayals of the "average" middle - aged American, Roland Young will star as the suburbanite who arrives home on the last day at the office, looking forward to the next Monday morning when he won't have to follow his long long routine. However, his wife reminds him that Monday is the day to change the sheets, and that the laundry - i in man arrives very eariy. rrom then on. he realizes that the routine of the household is just as busy as his were during work - ine days. The neighbors 6tart to sympathize with him, assum mi he lost his job. How he solves his boredom make a story that will be an inspiration to many another middle - aged man and woman faced with the sarne problem, for idleness is not the Amerian way of life. Ira Avery directs "Theatre of Today" and the musical back ground is composed and directed by Harold Levey. Carson Caper J a Turning on one of his more fetching expressions is Jack Carson, comedy star of CBS' Wednesday "Jack Carson Show" (WHP, 8 p. m.). Berle Returns For Comedy Bout With Kate Smith Madcap Milton Berle, who rocked CBS listeners with gales of laughter during his recent guest appearance on the Kate Smith Sings" show, will be back for. a return engagement on Sunday, December 1 (WHP 6.30 - 7 p. m. The celebrated actor, columnist, author, songwriter and comedian is an old favorite with Kate Smith listeners, having been her guest many times during past seasons He is one of the biggest names in the American night club world, currently a leading Broadway at traction at Nicky Blair's "Carni - val" in New York where he has held forth for more than eight months. During the past summer he presided over Columbia s "Kiss and Make Up program. In the musical feature of the program Kate Smith sings a med - ley of old and new hit tunes. She is supported by Jack Miller's or chestra and the Four Chicks and Church, vocal group. Ted Collins is producer - director. Martha Scott, Stroud Twins Star On WHP 'Open House' Cast Tonight The talented star of stage and screen, Martha Scott, heads up an important list of guest talent appearing on this week's "Hollywood's Open House" heard over Station WHP at 7 p. m. tonight. The screen star Trouble - Maker Fretty Elaine Kent is heard as Charlotte Abbott, the trouble - making wife of the local physician, on Columbia network's "Our Gal Sunday," five - a - week dramatic serial (WHP, 12.45 P. m.). "Your Hit Parade" To Present Series From Film Capital ."Your Hit Parade" will be heard from Hollywood beginning with the broadcast of Saturday, November 30 (WHP, 9.00 - 9.45 p m., EST. Reb. 12.00 mid. From Hollywood). The show's talent lineup continues the same, with soloists Joan Edwards and Andy Russell, Mark Warnow's orchestra and Lyn Murray's Hit Para - ders chorus. L. A. "Speed" Rigga and F. E. Boone, "Your Hit Parade's" col orful tobacco auctioneers, will continue to be heard, piped in from New York. Also' broadcast ing from New York will be the announcers, Basil Ruysdael, An dre Baruch and Jay Simms. Lee Strahorn is producer of the series. will appear in a special radio adap tation of the famous de Maupas sant story, "The Necklace." The story is particularly suited to Miss Scott's talents and deals with a woman who borrows a diamond necklace for a party from a friend, loses tne necklace and spends an entire lifetime working to replace it only to discover ... but if you don't already know the ending, we'll not give it away here. The famous comedy team heard on such shows as the Bing Crosby, Bergen and McCarthy, Kate Smith and many other important network variety programs, namely, Claude ana Clarence btroud take care of the comedy department on "Hollywood's Open House" this week, and as guest vocalist there is the CBS singing star pencilled in, none other than Danny O'Neil. Jim Ameche, in addition to handling chores as host, also plays opposite Martha Scott in the dra matic portion of the program. Ray Bloch, of course, takes very good care of the musical portions of the show with his own unique and special arrangements. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5 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 4.00 Morning Naws Roundup Glider .15 Rambling With Rand 8.30 Coffee Club 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News Reports National Biscuit 8.15 Danny O'Neil 10.00 Joe Powers 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Win' ters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 The Daily Digest 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 Products AFTERNOON 12.15 Spade Cooley's Band 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent noiynos 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 Rruid at Life Duz 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance & Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 Lone Journey Friskie's Dog Food 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart Soap 3.00 Kate Smith Post's Bran J. 15 Dorothy Dix 3.30 News Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 David Shoop 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 Curt Massev 5.30 Mitchell Grand, Stylists Bowman's 8.45 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 News 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.O0C SusDense Roma Wine 8.30 FBI in Peace and War Lava Soap 8.55 Bill Henry, News Johns - Manville 9.00 Dick Haymes Show Auto - Lite 9.30 Casey Crime Photographer An chor Hockine Glass 10.00 Reader's Digest - Radio Edition I Hallmark Cards 10.30 That's Finnegan 11.00 Headlines News David's Clothes 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Caplan's PaTade of Bands 11.30 Juillard School of Music 12.00 News Reports 12.05 Johnny Long Orcn. 12.30 Tommy Tucker Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 Comedian Fred Allen exchanges banter with The Voice when he is guest on Columbia's "Songs By Sinatra" Wednesday, De - - ember lL during Sinatra's five - week stay in New York. 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 Weigand Trio 9.45 Dr. Bookstaber, Rabbi 9.00 News Reports 9.15 The Gsrden Gate 9.30 Band Contest 10.00 Barnyard 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 - arr - Dee rooas 12.00 Theatre of Today Armstrong Rugs AFTERNOON 12.30 Stars Over Hollywood Dari - Rich 1.00 Grand Central Station Pillsbury 1.30 County Fair Borden's 2.00 Esso Reporter 2.05 Eddie Miller Orch. 2.30 To Be Announced 3.00 Treasury Bandstand 3.30 Worldwide Bible Reading 3.45 Joey Kerns Orch. 4.00 Matinee at Meadowbrook 4.30 The Chicagoans (.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 News 7.00 Hollywood's Open House Grey - stone Wine 7.30 Vaughn Monroe Show Camels 8.00 Hollywood Startlme Frigidar 8.30 Mayor of the Town Noxzema 6.55 Ned Calmer, News Parker Quink 9.00 "Hit Parade" Lucky Strikes 9.45 Symphonette Longines Watches 10.15 This Is Hollywood Camay Soap ' 10.45 "Just Jazz" 11.00 Ned Calmer, News " 11.10 Sports Report 11.15 Shep Fields' Orch. 11.30 Ina Ray Hutton Orch. 12.00 News 12.05 Lelghton Noble Orch. 12.30 Don Bestor Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6 . HORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 Wake Up Time 7.15 Newa Bulletins 7.20 Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 Morning News Roundup Glider 6.15 The Three Treys 8.30 Coffee Club 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News Reports National Biscuit 9.15 Danny OtVeil 10.00 Joe Powers 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Win ters sweetneart soap 10.45 Daily Digest Kingan's Meats 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Time 11.30 Time to Remember 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Soap 12.00 Esso Reporter 12.09 Newa Aunt NeUie's Products AFTERNOON 12.15 Phil Brito Sings Vicks 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Bisodol 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin l.oo 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 Sweetheart 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 3.45 Matinee Melodies - 4.00 House Party General Electric 4.25 News Reports Aunt Nellie's Products 4.30 Hollyw'd Jackpot Anacin, Kolynos 5.00 News Reports 5.05 So the Story Goes 5.15 Matty Malneck Orch. 5.30 Mitchell 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 Tonio 6.15 Music by Sweeten 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Robert Trout with the News 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 Wilson Canada Dry - 8.00 Baby Snooks Show Jello 8.30 The Thin Man Sanka 8.55 Bill Henry News Johns - Manville 9.00 Ginny Simms Show Borden's 9.30 Durante - Moore Rexall Drugs 10.00 Pays to Be Ignorant Philip Morris 10.30 Maasie Ann sotnern sversnarp 11.00 Headline News David's Clothes 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Caplan's Parade of Bands 11.30 Jimmy Dorsey Orch. 12.00 News Reports 12.05 Elliott Lawrence Orch. 12.30 Sammy Kaye Orch, 12.55 News Summary l.oo Sign - off Dead Walk Alone On Inner Sanctum Mercedes McCambridge, as guest star, is a stenographer who marries the boss and is haunted by her father - in - law's ghost in "But the Dead Walk Alone" on the "Inner Sanctum" murder mys tery program Monday, December 2, at 8 p. m., EST, over WHP. Old - Mr. Jason supposedly plunges to his death. Three times Ellen, played by miss Mccambndge, hears his limping footsteps behind her. Once at the window from which he fell. Again at the river's edge. For the third and last time, in the country cottage where she honey moons with his son. Himan Brown will produce and direct this play of murder for greed, which was written by Emile Tepperman. Paul McGrath is the sinister "Inner Sanctum" host. Lew White will improvise and play ominous music on the organ. Dwight Weist will announce for Bromo - Seltzer. Equivocation Edith Arnold, who plays gun molls on CBS' "Crime Doctor" series, has her champion English cocKer "JLventide': back from the veterinary hospital. The dog had been expected to star in a blessed event but the vet decided it must have been something she ate. Jan August Plays Piano Tomorrow On 'Family Hour9 Jan August, whose mastery of the keys has often been called "piano magic," will be a guest with his instrumental trio on this Sunday's "Family Hour" broadcast, December 1. (WHP 5 - 5.30 p. m. EST). For their first selection, Mr. August and 'the trio will present the popular Samba "Misirlou." later joining in a medley of songs from the Broadway musical "Song of Norway." Coloratura Patrice Munsel opens the program with the traditional "Dark Eyes," and has chosen for her operatic aria the ."Mad Scene" from Donizetti's "Lucia di Lam - mermoor." The orchestral highlight will be Maestro Al Goodman's arrangement of the "Hawaiian War Chant" and "Aloha," which he plays especially for the Prudential Insurance Company's Hawaiian agents who will be visiting at the studio. Another selection by the orchestra and sixteen - voice male chorus is George Gershwin's romantic rhythm "For You, For Me For Ever More." No Dunce Tom Howard may be a dunce master on CBS' "It Pays To Be Ignorant," but he's far from same at home. Tom is extremely handy around the house, maintaining a complete workshop and busying himself there for long hours be tween radio appearances. J Neivsman I Fifteen years after his first broadcast, Robert Trout, distinguished radio newsman, is heard coast - to - coast in his own five - a - week program on WHP (6.45 p. in.). A world - wide staff keeps "Robert Trout With The News Till Now" abreast of latest global developments. WHP NEWSCAST TIMES 6.55 A.M.. 7.15 A.M. - 7.45 A.M. - 1.00 A.M. - 9.00 A.M. 12.00 A.M. - 12.05 A.M. - 3.30 P.M. - 4.25 A.M. 5.00 AM. - 6.00 P.M. - 6.05 P.M. - 6.30 P.M. - Daytime - Esso Reporter - News Reports - Breakfast Bulletins - News of the World - Nine o'clock News - Esso Reporter - Noonday News - News reports - News Reports - News Reports Night Time - Esso Reporter - WHP News Analysis - Radio News Extra DAILY - 6.45 P.M. The World Today 8.55 P.M. News Commentator 11.00 P.M. Newa Ahead of the Headlines ll.io P.M. News Analysis 12.00 MID. News Reports 112.55 P.M. News Summary SUNDAYS These newscasts augment the dally times: s.ou a.m. Esso Reporter 111.00 A.M. News Reports l.ou p.m. Esso Reporter 1.05 P.M. Sunday Edition 1.45 P.M. Howard K. Smith, Newt 5.45 P.M Wm. L. Shirer RADIO'S FINEST MUSIC BVNDAX 3.00 N. Y. Philharmonic Symphony 4.30 Hour of Charm 8.00 Family Hour TUESDAY 7.30 American Melody Hour 10.30 Longines Symphonette WEDNESDAY ' 11.30 Invitation to Musle FRIDAY 8.00 Sparkle Time with Meredith Wllsor SATURDAY 8.00 Philadelphia Orchestra 9.45 Longines Symphonette) Sister Act Judy Garland and Margaret O'Brien combine their talents when "Meet Me In St. Louis" is presented on the Lux Radio Theatre December 2. At 9.00 p. m. (EST) over WHP, Margaret and Judy will portray the Smith Sisters, prized citizens of St. Louis.

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