Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on March 20, 1948 · Page 22
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TIOM AL DOCUMENT A R Y HEARD M IMF EPUCA Traditional Holy Week And Easter Services on WHP WHP.'s Program Department is completing plans for a series of special broadcasts to be heard throughout Holy Week and to continue over the Easter Weekend in keeping with its policy of bringing listen ers the highlights of all religious events which occur in the Harris - burg area, along with all the serv ices that are broadcast from coast - to - coast via the Columbia Net work. The program of Holy Week serv ices to be heard over WHP will be announced in the daily program schedule as the arrangements are complefed. . Special services will be supplemented by a digression from the regular story line to a theme in keeping with the Easter Season. WHP will conform to its regular Easter" policy by coming on the air two hours earlier on Easter morning and bringing listeners the traditional services that start with the sunrise across the nation. The broadcast day will start with the Moravian service at Winston ba - lem, N. C. and move hourly across the nation coming to a climax at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, Calif., with services featuring Nino Martintr Metropolitan Opera Tenor, the Warner Janssen Symphony Orchestra and the combined 200 - voice choir of the University of Southern California and the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, Calif. Akron Cites Arthur Godfrey! "Scratch an Akron area radio listener and you'll find a dyed - in - the - wool Arthur Godfrey fan," wrote radio editor Bee Offineer, in her summary of the Akron Beacon Journal . second annual radio poll. The CBS star was voted: "Favorite of Favorites," "Best Daytime Show" and "Favorite Radio, Persnnalitv." Hp IpH Viic noarotf competitors by more than three!cert tours to singing in and help to one In the "Best Evening Show" classification, won by CBS' Monday night "Lux Radio Theater," Godfrey's "Talent Scouts" pro gram finished second "That lpft nnp raWnrv in whirh Onrifrov riirin't win ac uraJreportedly fleeced the American vorite Local Show'," reports Miss Offineer. "Had he been eligible, chances are he'd have taken this one too." Godfrey is heard over WHP and the CBS network Mon. - thru - Fri., 11 - 11.30 A. M., E.S.T., and on "Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts" Mondays, 8.30 - 8.55 P. M., E.S.T. Reb. 11.30 P. M. Back Home You probably won't recognize them, right off, but pictured above are "JLum i' Abner," heard every week - day, Monday through Friday, over WHP at 5.30 p. m. from the "Jot 'Em Down. Store" in Pine Ridge, Arkansas. Abner, back on 'the show after a serious seige of illness, sounds very much like himself and fans greeted his return veTy enthusiastically. The Acid Test With the discriminating air characteristic of the American male where ladies' millinery is concerned, Nicky, 4 - year - old son of Rise Stevens, mezzo - soprano star of CBS Sunday "Family Hour" (WHP, 6 p. m.), appraises the Easter chapeau dreamed up for her by designer Walter Florell and decides tentatively that it'll do. Concert Soloist wills Mezzo - soprano Nan Merriman sings the solo in Manuel de Falla's symphonic suite "El Amor Brujo" with the New York Philharmonic - Symphony on the group's CBS broadcast Sunday, March 21, WHP at 3 o'clock.) Menjou Heads We, The People Cast on WHP Suave movie star Adolph Men jou, concert singer Conrad Thi - bault, and reformed confidence man "Yellow Kid" Weil are among the guests of emcee Dwight Weist on "We, The People" Tuesday, March 23 (WHP, 9.00 - 9.30 p. m., EST). Menjou will discuss his fabulous collection of suits and overcoats many of them self - designed, and recall his early "silent" days in movies, when he was the No. 1 screen villain. Conrad Thibault began singing in a church choir. He devotes Sunday mornings during his con - ing small churches in the towns he visits. He will describe some of his visits to small towns and sing an Easter selection. "Yellow Kid" Weil had long ben considered America's master swindler. Reformed now, he has Public of. more th.an $8,000,000. He leaves nis nome in vmcago iu leu the public via "We, The People" from New York, how to recognize a con - man. He will describe the ten most prevalent con - games. Won His Fame The Hard Way Olan Soule (pronounced Soo - lay), co - star of CBS' "First Nighter" on Thursdays at 10.30 p. m., and a top radio actor for 14 years, learned show business from the ground up . . . ne s been a stage - hand, vaude ville tap dancer and singer, drummer, prop man and play - wright . . . Soule was born in La H a r p e , 111. ... at 16 he went to work at the Princess theatre in Des Moines Olan Soule at $1 a show . a year later he signed with a stock company at $35 a week and did just about everything for two years . . . returned to finish high school in Des Moines . . . more stock work followed . . . before heading for Broadway, he married Norma Miller, his childhood sweetheart . . . two years in New York during the depression prompted the Soules to' pack up and move to Chicago, where he was fiied from a clerical job after six months for taking ttoo much time off for auditions . . . but the auditions landed him a job which started his radio career. Ann Shepherd Is Bigamist on Inner Sanctuiri Actress Ann Shepherd will be starred in the role of Ruth, a biga - imist, on "Inner Sanctum" Mon - jday, March 22, at 8 p. m. EST, over WHP (9 p. m., PST). The drama, entitled "Kill Me Tonight," is about an elderly man who insists on being killed at a certain timeand place, because he has one wife too many. To complicate matters there is the wife, Ruth, who has one hus band too many. Then there is a brother - in - law who undertakes the task to reduce the supply to meet the demand, and learns much to his dismay that it requires a criminal job.' The person who becomes the victim in the end actually sur prises "Inner Sanctum's" Host, to be played by Broadway actor Paul McGrath. v The story was written by Mil ton Lewis. , The settling for the mystery takes place in an old house, just off the road next to what looks like a park but is really a cemetery. For atmosphere there is darkness, a storm and claps of thunder. Music will be by Lew White and announcing by Dwight Weist. Himan Brown will produce and direct the show for Bromo - Selt - zer. 'Shorty BelV Mickey Rooney stars as an energetic newspaperman in "Shorty Bel," new CBS and WHP "novel for radio" which has its premiere Sunday, March 28. Boyer, Blyth Play Original Roles on 4Lux' Charles Boyer and Ann Blyth will re - create their original screen roles for the Lux Radio Theatre when it presents "A Woman's Vengeance," Monday, March 22, at 9 p. m. (EST) over WHP. "A Woman's Vengeance" is a tale of frustrated love, jealousy, murder and revenge. Because of an unhappy home life with a semi - invalid wife, Henry Maurier (Charles Boyer), a middle - aged English squire, seeks consolation with Doris Mead (Ann Blyth), an attractive girl 20 years his junior. After a domestic quarrel, Mauri - er's wife is found dead of what is diagnosed by the family physician as a heart attack. Maurier then marries Doris Mead, but in doing so incurs the wrath of a neighboring spinster who had hopes of being his next wife. At her in stigation, the police are brought! in and when the body of Mauri - er's wife is exhumed it is discovered that she was poisoned. THURSDAY, MORNING 6 00 The Farm Front 6.30 Sunrise Sererad v 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 Wake Up Timt ' 7.15 News 7.20 Weather Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins, Bond'i Clothes 8.00 World Newi Roundup 8.15 Tom Scott 8.30 The Trumpeteers 8.45 Morning Devotion! 9 00 News Reports 9.15 Joe Emerson. Songi 9.30 Music For You 10.00 The Daily Digest 10.15 Music For Morning 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn WintersSweetheart Soar 10.45 David Harum Bab - O 11.00 Arthur Godrev Chesterfielda 11.30 Holy Week Program 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Soap 12.00 Esso Reporter AFTERNOON 12.05 New 12.15 Weather Report 12.20 The Coronettes 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Kolynoi 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Youns Doctor Malone Crlsco 1.45 The Guiding Light 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton La France & Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 Wendy Warren and the Newi Maxwell House Coffee 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart Soap SATURDAY, MORNING 8.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter , 7.20 - Wake Up Tims 7.15 News. Weather, Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 Morning News Roundup 8.15 The Balladeers 8.30 Songs For Saturday 9.45 Dr Bookstaber 9.00 News Reports 9.15 Decision Now 9.30 Helen McCauley. Pianist 9.45 Blue Ridge Bovs 10.00 The Garden Gate Ferry Morse Seed 10.15 Boy Scout Program 10.30 Mary Lee Taylor Pet Mils 11.00News Curtiss Candy 11.05 Let's Pretend Cream of Wheat 11.30 Eddy Howard Orch. 12.00 Theatre of Today - Armstrong Rugs AFTERNOON 12.30 Stars Over Hollywood Darl - Rlcb 1.00 Grand Central Station Pillsbury 1.30 County Fair Borden's 2.00 Esso Reporter 2.05 Chas. Msgnante Quartet , 2.15 Red Cross Program WHP PROGRAM SCHEDULE SUNDAY, MOBNINO I.OO News Roundup 8.15 Christian Science Program 1 8.30 Church's One Foundation 8.45 Christian Endeavor Piogram 9.00 World News Roundup 9.1a E. Power Biggs 9.45 Trinity Choir oi St Paul's 10.00 Church ot ttie An 11.00 - - New Curtis; Cand 11.03 N. Carolina College Choir 11.30 Market Sq. Presbyterian Church AFTERNOON 12.14 Marglt Hegedus Ensemble I2.it Salt Lake Tab Choir 1.00 - Esso Reporter 1.05 Radio New Extra Styletes 1.15 Dave Dennis Orch. i :U Report from Washington Cong Kunkel 1.45 Footlight Echoes Miller's Furniture Store 2.00 CES Is There 2.33 Joseph C. Harsch. News 2.45 Jerry Sears Orch. 3.00 N. V Philharmonic Symphony MONDAY, MORNING 8.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 - Wak Up Time ' 7.15 News, Weather Report 7.30 Wake Up Time Nabisco Shredded Wheat 7.45 Bieakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 World News Roundup 8.15 Tom Scott 8.30 The Trumpeteers 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News Reports 9.15 Smilin' Ed McConnell 9 30 MtiFic for You 10.00 Daily Digest Klngan's Meats 10.15 Music For Morning 10.30 Strange Romance ot Evelyn WintersSweetheart Soap 10.45 David Harum Bab - O 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Time Chesterfields 11.30 Phil Brito Sings Hanover Brand Foods 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 Esso Reporter AFTERNOON 12.05 News Peter Paul Candy 12.15 Weather Report 12.20 The Coronettes 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Bisodol 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Jvory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malone Crlsco 1.45 The Guiding Light Duz 2.00 Second Mrs. Burton La France It Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Splc and Span 2.30 Wendy Warren and the Ne Maxwell House Coffee TUESDAY, MOR.V1NG 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 - Wake Up Time 7.15 News 7.20 Weather. Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 World News Roundup 8.15 Tom Scott 8.30 The Trumpeteers I. 45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News Reports 9.15 Joe Emerson. Songs 9.30 Music For You 10.00 The Daily Digest 10.15 Music for Morning 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn WintersSweetheart Soap 10.45 David Harum Bab - O II. 00 Arthur Godfrey Time Chester fields 11.30 Holy Week Program 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 Esso Reporter AFTERNOON 12.05 News 12.15 Weather Report Magnante Quartet 12.20 The Coronettes 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Kolynot 12.45 - Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malone Crlsco 1.45 The Guiding Light - Dux 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance & Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Splc and Span 2.30 Wendy Warren and the News - Maxwell House Coffee WEDNESDAY, MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Maritime Farm Visitor Maritime Milling Co. 6.45 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.15 News 7.20 Weather. Wake Up Time 7.30 Wake Up Time Nabisco Shredded Wheat 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 World News Roundup 8.15 Tom Scott 8.30 The Trumpeteers 8.45 Catholic Hour 9.00 News Reports 9.15 Smiiin' Ed McConnell 9.30 Music For You 10.00 The Daily Digest Kingan's Meats 10.15 Music For Morning 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 David Harum Bab - O 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Time Chesterfields 11.30 Phil Brito sings Hanover Brand Foods 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 Esso Reporter AFTERNOON 12.05 News Peter Paul Candy 12.15 Weather Report 12.20 The Coronettes 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 Crlsco 1.45 The Guiding Light Duz 2.00 The Second Mrs Burton LaFrance and Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Splc and Span 2.30 Wendy Warren and the News - Maxwell House Coffee MARCH 25 3.00 Double or Nothing Campbell Soup 3.30 House Party G. E. Appliances 4.00 Hint Hunt Armour & Co. 4.25 News 4.30 Matinee Melodies 5.00 News, Errol Garner 5.15 Hank D'Amico Orch. 5.30 Lum V Abner Alks Seltzer 8.45 Mitchell Grand Bowman's EVENING 8.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonic e ia .Political Broadcast 6.30 Radio News Extra Stylete 8.45 Lowell Thomas Ivory Soap 7.00 Beulah Dreft 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxvifnl 7.30 Bob Crosby Show Franco - Ameri can spaghetti 7.45 Edward R Murrow. News Campbell Soup 8.00 F B. I. in Peace and War Lava soap 8.30 Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons Anacin and Kolvnos 8.55 Ned Calmer. News Johns - Manville .ui uick Maymes Show Electric Auto. Lite 9.30 Casey Crime Photographer - An - cnor Hocking Glass 10.00 Reader's Digest Hallmark Cards 10.30 First Nighter Campana . 11.00 Headlines News Oavm's Clothes 11.10 News Analvsis ' 11.15 Evelyn Knight. Songs ' 11.30 Lawrence Welk Orch. 12.00 News, Skitch Henderson Or - - 12.30 Larry Green Orch. 12.55 Newt Summary 1.00 Sign - off MARCH 27 J JJ Give and Take Toni Wave 3.15 Elliot Lawrence Orch 3.30 Cross - Section USA. Accent on Youth 4.30 - Saturday at the Chase 5 - 00 Philadelphia Orchestra 6.00 Esso Reporter EVENING 5?5 Jewa Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Spotlight on Sports f 15 Here's to Veterans Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Larry LeSueur. News 7.00 Mr. Ace and Jane 7.30 Abe Burrows Llsterlne Z15HoaBy Carmlchael Sings 8.00 Suspense 9.00 Joan Davis Show ,' J8 Vaughn Monroe Show Camels 10 0,0 Longinej - Svmphonetta Longlnss Watches 10 30 It Pays To Be Ignorant 11.00 Ned Calmer. News . 11.10 News Analysts 11.15 The Banker's Mils 11.30 pick Jurgens Orch. 12.00 News, Charlie Spivak Orch. 12.30 Shep Fields Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off MARCH 21 4.30 Alfredo Antonini Orchestra 5.00 Elmo Roper , 5.15 Hires to You Hires 5 JO Hour of Charm Elec Co. of Am. ' EVENING 8.00 Prudential Family Hour 6.30 Pause That Refreshes Coca - Cola 7.00 Gene Autry Wrigley Gum 7.30 Blondie Super Suds 8.00 Adv'ture of Sam Spade - - Wtldroot 8.30 The Man Called X Fngidaire . 8 55 Ned Calmer News - - Luden's 9 00 - - Meel Cnruss Archer - CarapthbJ Soup 9.30 Star Theatre Texas Oil lO.OO "Escape" 10.30 Stnke It Rich Fifth Ave. Candy 11.00 Headline N - ws David's Clothe 11.10 News Analysis ' 11.15 Janette Davis Sings 11.30 People's Platform 12.00 News, Eddy Howard Orch. 12.30 Charlie Spivak Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sigh - off MARCH 22 2.4 Rose of Soap My . Dreams Sweetheart 3. (Hi Double oi Nothing - - Campbell Soup d.ju nouse jrarxy i. c Appliances .uu Hint Hunt - Armour b Co 4.25 News ' 4.30 Matinee Melodies 5.00 News 5.05 Magnante Quartet , 9.15 George lowne Orch 5.30 Lum 'n Abner Alka Seltzer 5.45 Mitchell Grand. Stylists Bowman's EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Spotlight on Sports Trim Tonic 6.15 Pilitical Broadcast 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletes 6.45 Lowell Thomas Ivory Soap 7.00 Beulah Dreft 7.1.1 Jack Smith Show Oxydol Hair 7.30 Bob Crosby Show Campbell's Soup 7.43 edward K Murrow, News Fran - co - American Spaghetti 8.00 Inner Sanctum Bromo - Seltzer 8.30 - - Artnur Godfrey Lipton Tea ft Soup 8.55 Bill Henry. News Johns - Manville 9.00 Lux Radio Theatre Lux Soap and flakes 10.00 My friend Irma Swan Soap 10.30 Screen Guild Players Camels 11.00 Headline News David's 11 10 News Analysis 11.15 Masterworks in Miniature - Columbia Recordings 11.20 Frankie Lane Songs 11.30 Lawrence Welk Orch. 12.00 Hla Mclntyre Orch. 12.30 Shep Fields Orchestra 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off MARCH 23 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart Soap 3.00 Double or Nothlne Campbell Soup j ju House rarty u. t. Appliances 3.5o News 4.00 Hint Hunt Armour & Co. 4.25 News 4.30 Matinee Melodies .00 News 5.05 Erroi Garner, Piano 5.15 Hank D'Amico Orch. 5.30 Lum 'n Abner Alka Seltzer 5.45 Mitchell Grand, Stylists Bowman's 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 StyJetex 6.45 Lowell Thomas Ivory Soap 7.00 Beulah Dreft 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxvdol 7.30 Bob Crosby Show Campbell's Soup 7.45 Edward R. Murrow, News Fran co - American Spaghetti 8.00 Big Town Ironlzed Yeast 8.30 Mr. end Mrs North Colgate 8.55 Bill Henry. News Johns - Manville 9.00 We. The Peonle Gulf 9.30 Christopher Wells D eSoto and Plymouth 10.00 Studio One 11.00 Headline News David's Clothes 11.10 News Analysis 11.15 General Omar N. Bradley 11.30 Charlie Fisk Orchestra 12.00 News, Marty Gould Orch. 12.30 Larry Green Orchestra 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off MARCH 24 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart Soap 3.00 Double or Nothing Campbell Soup 3.30 House Party G. E. Appliances 3.55 News 4.00 Hint Hunt Armour At Co. 4.25 News , 4.30 Matinee Melodies 5.00 News Reports 5.05 Magnante Quartet 5.15 George Towne Orch. 5.30 Lum 'n Abner Alka Seltzer 5.45 Mitchell Grand Bowman's EVENING 6.0O Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 - Spotlight on Sports - Trim Hair Tonic 6.15 Red Cross Program ; 1 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Lowell Thomas Ivory Soap 7.00 Beulah Dreft 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Bob Crosby Show Franco - American Spaghetti - 7.45 Edward R. Murrow. Newt Campbell Soup 8.00 American Melody Hour Bayer Aspirin 1.30 Jean Hersholt as "Dr Christian" Vaseline. Preparations 8.55 Bill Henry, News Johnt - Manville 9.00 Borden Program 9.30 The Whistler Household Finance 10.00 Report Card 11.00 Headline News David's 11.15 Masterworks in Miniature - Columbia Recordings 11.20 Frankie Lane, Songs 11.30 Skitch Henderson Orch. 12.00 News, Charlie Spivak Orch. 12.S0 Dick Jurgens Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign Off FRIDAY, MORNINO 6.00 The Farm Hour 6 30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter . 7 00 - Wake Up Tims 7.15 News 7 20 - Weather. Wake Up Tims 7.30 Wake Up Time Nabisco Shredded Wheat 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 World News Roundup 8.15 Tom Scott 8.30 The Trumpeteer 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News Reports 9.15 Smilin' Ed McConnell 9.30 Music For You 10.00 Daily Digest Kingan Meats 10.15 Music For Morning 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn WintersSweetheart Soap 10.45 David Harum Bab - O 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Chesterfields 11.30 Phil Brito Sings Hanover Brand Foods 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Soap 12.00 Esso Reporter AFTERNOON 12.05 News Peter Paul Candy 12.15 Weather Report 12.20 The Coronettes 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 Crlsco 1.45 The Guiding Light Duz 2 00 The Second Mrs Burton LaFrance and Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Splc and Span 2.30 Wendy Warren and the News - Maxwell House Instant Coffee 1.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart Soap WHP NEWSCAST TIMES OAILt DayUms - Esso Reporter - News Reports . - Breakfast Bulletins - News of the World - Nine o'clock News - Esso Reporter - Noonday News - News Reports - News - News Reports - News Reports - Night Tim ' - Esso Reporter - WHP News Analysis 6.55 A.M. - 7.15 A M. 7.45 A.M. 8.00 A.M. 9.00 A.M. 12.00 A.M. - 12.05 A.M.. 2.30 P.M.. S.55 P.M.. 4.25 P.M.. S.00 RM. - 6.00 P.M. - 6.05 P.M. - RADIO'S FINEST MUSIC SUM) A 3.00 N Y Philharmonic Symphony 4.30 Alfredo Antoni Orch. , 5.30 Hour of Charm 6.0O Family Hour 6.30 Pause That . Refreshes 11.30 Columbia Concert Orch. 1 Kay Armen to Be Heard on Sunday 'Pause' Cupid has a stand - in this week as popular, pretty Kay Armen adds her talents to "The Pause That Refreshes," Sunday, March 21, at b.30 p. m. over WHP. Returning as "guest vocalist to the Sunday night musical high spot starring Percy Faith, Miss. Armen will take the place of Jane' Froman, singing star of the show, who is honeymooning with Pan - American Air Lines Captain John C. Burn. Captain Burn in 1943 was the co - pilot of the clipper which crashed near Lisbon with Miss Froman aboard. Suffering from a broken back the young co - pilot managed to keep seriously injured Miss Froman afloat until rescue came. Sunday night the orchestra will open "The Pause That Refreshes" with Jerome Kern's immortal "The Night Was Made For Love," fol lowed by Miss Armen singing "The First Time I Kissed You," written by Ralph Blane and Harry Warren, next comes a medley with maestro Percy Faith leading the orchestra through two fast Latin American tunes "Esterellita" and Mexican Hat Dance." Kay Armen sings two other top tunes, the controversial "Body and Soul" from "Three's a Crowd" and "Love Is So Terrific." Starts 12th Year j Vivian Smolen plays the title role of CBS' "Our Gal Sunday," (WHP, 12.45 p. m.), popular five - a - week serial drama which begins its 12th year of broad - ' casting with the episode of Monday, March 29. Shore - James Show Recalls Vodvil Glories Marking the thirtieth anniver sary of the Palace Theater in New York, at one time the Mecca of vaudevillians, Dinah Shore, Harry James and Johnny Mercer recall the glories of the three - a - day on CBS' "Dinah Shore - Harry James Show," Friday, March 26 (WHP, 10 - 10.30 p. m. EST. From Holly wood). Miss Shore offers "Some of These Days," Mercer sings "Soft Shoe Dance" and James brings back memories of a famous song - arid - comedy team with his trumpet solo, "Mr. Gallagher, Oh Mr. Shean." All three join in "I'm Just Wild About Harry." The newer Broadway furnishes another group of songs, from the musical hit "Annie, Get Your Gun." Miss Shore offers "They Say It's Wonderful," Mercer sings "Doin' What Comes Naturally," James plays "The Girl That I Marry" and the three stars join for "Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better." MARCH 26 3.00 Double or Nothing Campbell Soup c.sy nouse i - any 1. a,. Appliances 3 55 News 4.00 Hint Hunt Armour & Co. 4.25 News Reports 4.30 Matinee Melodies 5.00 News 5.05 Magnante Quartet . 5.15 Gtorge Towne Orch. 5.30 Lum 'n Abner Alka Seltzer 5.45 Mitchell Grand Bowman's EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter V 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6,10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonle 6.15 Music by Sweeten 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Lowell Thomas Ivory Soap 7.00 Beulah Dreft 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Bob Crosby Show Franco - American Spaghetti 7.43 Edward R Murrow. News Campbell Soup 8.00 Baby Snooks Show Jello 8.30 Danny Thomas Show - S a n k a Coffee 8.55 Bill Henry, News Johns - Manville 9.00 Mogan - Ameche - Langford Show - Old Golds - B.30 Ozzie and Harriet Int Silver 10.00 Dinah Shore Harry James Show Phillip Morris 11.00 Headline News David's 11.10 News Analysis 11.15 Masterworks in Miniature Columbia Recordings 11.20 Frankie Lane. Sorigs 11.30 Charlie Fisk Orch. 12.00 News. Hal Mclntyre Orch. 12.30 Dick Jurgens Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign Off 6.30 P.M. Radio News Extra 6.45 P.M. The World Today 7.4b P.M. News Commentator 8.55 P.M. News Commentator 11.00 P.M. News Ahead of the Headlines 11.10 P.M. - Newi Analysis 12.00 MID. News Reports . 12.55 P M News Summary SUNDAYS itiese newscasts augment the dally tunas: 9.00 A.M. News Roundup 11.00 A M News Reports 1.00 P.M. Esso Reporter 1.0S P.M. Sunday Edition 2.30 P.M. Joseph C. Harsch "7 1 ' ' WEDNESDAY 1.00 American Melody Hour SATURDAY 5.00 Philadelphia Orchestra 10.00 Longines Symphonetta ... Lzl v. a VI. .j 'Report Card,' In Education, Heard March 24 The studio audience in CBS will become an active participant in the drama when the CBS Documentary Unit, presents "Report Card," a story One More Atvard toward K. Murrow was presented with the Overseas Press Club 1947 Award for "the best interpretation of foreign affairs by radio." One of radio's most distinguished and cited newsmen, Mr. Murrow was honored by the Overseas Press Club in 1940 for the war's best foreign news reporting achievement He broadcasts nightly over CBS on the "Edward R. Murrow With the News" program (WHP, 7.45 - 8 p. m., EST, Monday through Friday. Rebroad - cast, 12.45 a. m.). James Melton Will Return To CBS - WHP Featuring tenor James Melton and a large symphonic orchestra and 16 - voice chorus under the di rection of conductor Frank Black, "Harvest of Stars," outstanding musical program, moves to the Columbia network beginning Wednesday, April 7. 9.30 - 10 d. m.. Mr. Melton, a leading tenor of tne Metropolitan Onera. has been in radio since 1928. He has made extensive concert tours and per iormed in movies. On "Ha - vest of Stars he sings varied selections ranging irom operatic anas to popular songs of the day. Mr. BiacK, on leave from NBC wnere he is general music direr - tor, is recognized as an outstand ing American symphonic conduce tor. . , , Couldn't Sing; That Helped Les Damoh, who stars as a fear less journalist in CBS' "Adven tures of Christopher Wells," heard on Tuesdays, (WHP 9.30 P. M.) can't sing a note a shortcoming which launched h i s dramatic career ... the high school opera society - in Providence, R I., his birth - place, needed one non - sing - mg performer, and Damon was tagged, even though he hadn't ever Les Damon acted before. he liked acting so well he stayed in Providence to play with a stock company while 'attending Brown university . . . soon he gave up everytnmg except his acting . he struck out for England and in 193435 trod the boards of the fa mous Old Vic Theater . . . return ing to New England, he spent a couple of more seasons in stock before his big Broadway break the role of Babyface Martin m "Dead End" . . . - in 1938, while in Chicago with a touring play, he took a crack at radio and landed several serial assignments . . . when one of the serials moved to New York, so did Damon, who rapidly became one of radio's topflight actors . All - Inclusive ;mf:'X, Easter millinery poses no individual problem for CBS' Andrews Sisters (Maxene, Patty and LaVerne), who seem to have solved the traditional - spring dilemma by grouping under the same brim and above the same "chin bow" of this king - size straw sailor. The girls also share the same mike every Monday, W e d n e s d a y and Friday on Columbia's "Club 15" (WHP, 7.30 p. m.). Airs U.S. Crisis Playhouse Two in New York about the crisis in U. . S. educa - tion, on Wednesday, March 24 (WHP, 10 - 11 p. m., EST). During the final twenty minutes of the broadcast, depicting a typical town meeting in which the citizens of an American commu nity are called upon to appropriate funds for a new school building, Playhouse Two will become the scene of an actuality performance in. which professional actors, seated among the studio audience, will join their neighbors to recreate the atmosphere and reality of a democratic assemblage in an average American town. The climactic scene, which involves citizens' reactions to a new, dynamic concep tion of present - day education, will include speeches from the floor and the emotional reactions of citi zens to proposals from the stage and audience. The audience's role in the unique event will not end with the broadcast itself. Invited educators and the general public will remain after the program goes off the air, when Dr. Lyman Bryson, CBS Counselor on Public Affairs, will call to order a real town meeting to discuss the educational , prob lems dramatized in "Report Card. DisDersal of actors among the audience will not only make full effective use of the acoustics and perspectives of Playhouse Two (245 West 45th street, New York City), but will result in audience reactions of surprise, approval, - ob jection and assent as one actor after another rises to engage in vocal controversy with the actors onstage. An hour before the broadcast begins, Documentary Unit Chief Robert Heller and director Albert Ward will give the audience a thorough briefing on the signifi - ' cance of the script. Janney, Rowe 'Station' Stars Francis R o w , British actress brought from London by Maurice Evans to make her American stage debut in "Man and Superman," co - stars in an original radio drama on CBS' "Grand Central Station" Saturday, March 27 (WHP, 1. - 1.30 p. m., EST). Mfts Rowe made ; her American radio debut on a recent "Grand Central Station" broadcast. Starring with Miss Rowe are Cathleen Cordell, another, British actress, and Leon Janney. Miss Cordell starred in the London version of J. B. Priestley's "The Linden Tree," which ran for over a year. Martin Horrell , produces and directs. ' Leon Belasco, right, as Pegon Zellschmidt sometimes sides with CBS' "The Man Called X," (WHP, 8.30 p. m.. Sunday), sometimes opposes him depending on who offers greater rewards. Sometime Guy If In; i iiiT";il

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