Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on December 28, 1946 · Page 17
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HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Harrtsburg. fa., Saturday, December 28, 1941 17 STO ORANGE BOWL GAME BROADCA ERW 'Fashions in Music' to De Heard At a Hew Time Starting Monday "The Song Stylists", one of radio's outstanding instru mental groups under the direction ot Mitcneu wana, wno have been entertaining WHP listeners for nearly three years t 5.30 every evening, will be heard at a new time, 5.45 p. m., Itarting Monday, December 30 Mitchell Grand, conductor and organizer of the "Song Stylists", presides over the double feature of the group at organ and piano. John D. Whitman is the violinist and Paul Bankes fur - 1 nishes the rhythmic, guitar back' grounds. The group was organized byj Mitchell Grand with the express purpose of creating new ideas in arrangements for the songs of yesterday and today, melodic ere ations fashioned in the style of today by means of blending the muted tones of the violin with the variations of musical effects made possible by the organ. "The Song Stylists" do not limit their repetoire to the old and new popular songs. New and unique arrangements of semi - classicali and classical compositions are Dresented on each broadcast. Cer tain broadcasts are devoted to the "Teen - agers", with the "Stylists" presenting their own version of the songs to which young America is dancing and singing. As in the past, Bowman's, "Har risburg's Own Store," will con tinue to sponsor the nightly broadcasts of "The Song Stylists' at their new time of 5.45. In Tenth Year Lux "Crackup" to Star Pat O'Brien On WHP Monday Pat O'Brien will play the leading role in the Lux Radio Theatre's dramatization of the ex citing murder mystery, "Crackup,. on Monday," December 30, at 9 p. m. (EST) over WHP Keighley is the producer of tne fuli - hour dra matic airshow. Lou Silvers ar ranges and conducts the back' ground music. "Crackup" is the thrilling story of the advantures of George Steele, an art lecturer on the staff of a Manhattan museum. The plot re volves around his efforts to prove himself innocent of murder. Taken from a train by two men, he is hit over the head, driven away, and left unconscious by the side of the road. When he regains consciousness, he believes that he has been in a train wreck, but since there has been none the police and friends think he has suffered a mental "crackup." The subsequent murder of his best friend while investigating some borrowed art masterpieces makes George realize that someone will stop at nothing to substitute forgeries for the original paintings. Although he himself is suspected by the police, he unmasks the real culprit after several narrow escapes from death. Guest Singer '; Jean Hersholt stars as the beloved medico in "Dr. Christian" (WHP, 8.30 p. m.), CBS Wednesday dramatic series now in its tenth year. Paar on Monroe Show; Also on "We, The People" Comic Jack Parr, whose com edy career started on WHP, re turns to the Vaughn Monroe Show tonight at 7.30, and will also be heard on "We, The People," tomorrow night at 10.30, making two network appearances in one week - end for the young new comedian who is already being acclaimed "rising star of 1947." Parrs broadcasts this week end actually constitutes a return appearance in both cases. Last April, following his release from the Army, Paar put in an immediate appearance at the WHP studios, where he had started be fore going overseas. Instantly he was placed on "We, The People," and introduced as an up - and - coming comedian. A seven - year picture contract with RKO resulted from his appearance on "We, The People," and he left for the West Loast. In returning to the East for the holidays, Paar appeared last Saturday night on "The Vaugrin Monroe Show" and was immediately signed for another appear - nace for this Saturday. Remembering his start, he will return to "We, The People," Sunday to express New Year's Eve greetings, in crisp, comic monologue, to his radio "discov erers." 'Open Grave9 Is Inner Sanctum' Mystery on GRIP "Inner Sanctum" will present "The Open Grave" on Monday, December 30, at 8 p. m., over WHP. Lesley Woods will be starred as Margo Branston in the original radio drama by Milton Lewis. Margo Branston is involved in a slight automobile accident with a man she recognizes as a friend, Bob Wicherly. When Bob recog nizes her, however, he flees panic stricken into the night. She has the same effect on her husband Richard when she drives home. He is so terrorized by her appearance that he tries to shoot her. When Margo calls on Martin, the brother of Laura who was also in the accident, she gets some explanation of the situation. Martin affirms that the two girls were in an accident. But that had happened five years be fore. Margo's disfigured body had been found in the wreck, but Laura had simply disappeared. Since Margo and Laura were the same size and frequently ex changed clothing and jewelry, there is . the possibility that the mutilated body might have been Laura, while Margo had wandered away a victim of amnesia. How Margo sets out to prove whether she is alive or dead gives "Thel Open Grave" one of "Inner Sanctum's" most shivery endings. WHP PROGRAM SCHEDULE Albert Spalding Is Tomorrow s family' Guest For the Week of December 29 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29 Marion Francis, promising young Hollywood singer, is featured as guest vocalist on CBS' "Sparkle Time With Meredith Willson," Friday, January 3, 7.30 p. m., over WHP. - Goddard Star of HollywoodPlayers Paulette Goddard will star in Fifth Avenue Girl" on "Holly wood Players," Wednesday, January 1, at 10 p. m., over WHP. Mary Gray (played by Pau lette Goddard) is sitting on a bench in New York's Central Park looking in the want - ads for job. A middle - aged, well dressed gentleman sits down be side her. In spite of the apparent disparity of their fortunes, she is gay and carefree, while he is woe begone. It develops that the man, Timothy Barden, is weighed down by business responsibilities and a selfish, scatter - brained family, Impressed with the girl's easyi and cheerful outlook, Barden invites Mary to go to a swank night club to celebrate his birthday. Because of his prominence, the newspaper columnists make quite a story about his appearance with the unknown and beautiful girl, Barden awakes the next morning to find the town and his family agog over wnat appears to be a serious new attachment. He finds that he is now treated with defer ence, respect and just a little bit of fear by his family. He eniovs this so much that he decides to continue the act with Mary, putting her on a salary basis. What happens when Mary comes to Barden's Fifth avenue mansion to put on her gold - digger act brings tne piay to an uproarious climax, Get Moving Desperate for a place to sleep when he and CBS' "Take It Or Leave It" (WHP, Sunday, 10 p. m.) trekked to Hollywood, Phil Baker tried the "Welcome Arms Apartments," but Frank McHug - h, who manages the apartments on CBS "That's Finnegan" (WHP, Thursday, 10.30), was Quick to spot and rout the quizmaster from the lobby. Eddie Bracken Takes Fling at Journalism On WHP Sunday Night There will be no peace amone the members of the fourth estate I Sunday night, December 29, at 9.30 p. m., over WHP, when Eddie Bracken invades the sacred pre cincts ot the newspaper business. with an idea in his mind (neither the idea nor the mind being too greatly developed), and a song in his heart, Eddie will place himself in competition with the journalistic immortals of this or any era by the use of his pen and his erudite reporting. Of course, his path will be complicated by the presence of the not too subtle criticism of Bill Demarest as Mr. - Monahan, the sweet but demanding love of Ann, Rutherford as Connie Monahan, the ever - doting affection of Janet Waldo as Barbara, the inebriated humor of Jack Norton as Mr. Dunwoodie, the official snooping of Alan Bridge as Sheriff Pringle, and the hysteria of bus driver Wally Maher. ' MORNING 8.00 News Roundup 8. IS Christian Science Program 8.30 Carolina Calling 9.00 Esso Reporter 9.05 Chapel Singers 9.15 E. Power Biggs, Organist 9.45 Johnson Family Singers 10.00 Church of the Air 11.00 News Curtis Candy 11.05 Wings Over Jordan 11.30 Market Sq. Presbyterian Church AFTERNOON 12.15 Report from Wash. Kunjtel 12.30 Salt Lake Tab. Choir 1.00 Esso Reporter 1.05 Radio News .Extra Styletex 1.15 Paul Barron tc Orch. 1.30 Time for Reason 1.43 Howard K. Smith 2.00 People's Platform 2.30 Albert Sack & Orch. 2.55 News Report 3.00 N.Y. Phil. Symp. O. S. Rubber Co. 4.30 Hour of Charm Phil SpiUlny Orch. Elec. Co. of America 5.00 Prudential Family Hour 5.30 Hoagy Carmlchael Ludens 5.45 Wm. U Shirer. New - Glider EVENING 8.00 Ozzle and Harriet Internat Silver 6.30 Kate Smith Sings Postum 7.00 Gene Autry Wrigley Gum 7.30 Blondie Super Suds 8.00 Adv'ture of Sam Spade Wlldroot 8.30 Crime Doctor Philip Morris 8.55 Ned Calmer, News Parker Pen 9.00 The Campbell Room Hildegarde 9.30 Eddie Bracken Show Texas Oil 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 Round Table on Russia 11.30 Music You Know 12KK News Reports 12.05 George Town Orch. 12.30 Charlie Spivak Orch. 12.55 Newa Summary 1.00 Sign - off MONDAY, DECEMBER 30 MORNING 8.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 Wake Up Time 7.15 News Bulletins 7J0 Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 Morning News Roundup 8.15 The Three Treys 8.30 Step Weigand Trio 8.45 Morning Devotions Hbg. Minis. 9.0O News Reports Nat Biscuit 9.15 Music for Morning 9.45 Donald Novis 10.00 Give and Take 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn WintersSweetheart Soap 10.45 Daily Digest Kingan's Meat 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Tim 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 Bliodol 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malona Crlsco 1.45 Road of Life Dux 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance and Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Spie and Span 2.30 Lone Journey Frlikie'i Dog Food 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart Soap 1 3.00 Kate Smith Post's Raisin Bran Flakes 3.15 Dorothy Dix Saraka 3.30 News Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 ErroU 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 Elliot Lawrence Orch. 5.45 Mitchell Grand Bowman's EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Spotlight on Sports Trim Hair Tonic 6.15 Christmas Carols 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Robert Trout With the News Til Now Campbell a 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 and March 11.00 Headline News David's Clothes 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Parade of Bands 11.30 What Is Ahead in 1947 12.00 Newa Reports 12.05 Bobby Sherwood Orch. 12.30 Chuck Foster Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off The distinguished American vi olinist, Albert Spalding,, will be a guest of Rise Stevens and mu sical conductor Al Goodman . on the "Family Hour" New Year' broadcast of tomorrow. Sunday, December 29th (WHP, 5 to 5.30 p. m., EST). Mr. Spalding will play his own arrangement of Johann Strauss' lilting waltz, "Vienna Blood." In keeping witn the holiday spirit, Maestro Al Goodman and the male chorus open the proceedings with "Ring Out Wild Bells." Soprano Rise Stevens, star of the "Family Hour," follows with "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice' from the opera "Samson and De lilah," which she sings in the film, "Carnegie Hall," scheduled for release early in 1947. As her nomination for the No song of the past year, Miss Stevens solos "They Say It's Wonderful" from the Broadway musical "Annie Get Your Gun, later joining tenor Jimmy Carroll in one of the late Jerome Kern's outstanding melodies, "The Song Is You" from "Music in the Air."i And, because it was his step ping stone to success during 1946 Jimmy Carroll has chosen to solo bigmund Romberg's ever - beauti ful "Serenade" from "The StU' dent Prince," following with the traditional New Years ballad, "Aula .bang syne." Ted Malone will be on hand to introduce the musical selections, and Frank Gallop closes a fifth year as announcer of "Family Hour" broadcasts. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31 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 8.15 The Trumpeteers 8.30 Step Weigand Trio 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News National Biscuit 9.15 Music for Morning 9.45 Spade Cooley's Band 10.00 Give and Take 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 The Daily Digest 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 The Galll Sisters 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Kolynos 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malona Crlsco 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.(5 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart Soap 3.00 Kate Smith Post's Raisin Bran Flakes , 3.15 Dorothy Dix 3.30 News Shoemaker Sea Foods 3.35 David Snoop Piano Moods 3.45 Matinee Melodies 4.00 House Party 4.25 News Aunt NeUie's Products 4.30 That's Life 5.00 News Reports 5.05 So the Story Goes 5.15 Curt Massey 5.30 "Looking Forward" 5 .45 Mitchell Grand Sty lists Bo wman'i EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonic 8.15 You and Alcohol 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 American Melody Hour Bayer Aspirin 8.00 Big Town Ironized Yeast 8.30 Mel Blanc Show Collate 8.55 Bill Henry, News Johns - Manvllle v.oo vox Pop Upton's Tea 9.30 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts 10.00 Moments Make the Years 11.00 - HeadUne News David's Clothes 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Parade of Bands 11.30 News Year's Eve Party 18 Name Banas 4.00 - 5ign - off WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1 MORNING 6.00 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 8.15 The Three Treys 8.30 Step Weigand Trio 8.45 Catholic Hour 9.00 News Roports National Biscuit 9.15 Music for Morning 9.45 Donald Novis 10.00 Give and Take 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 Daily Digest Kingan's Meats 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Time 11.30 Time to Remember 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 Esso Reporter 12.05 Aunt Nellie's Products 1 12.15 Phil Brito Stags Vicks AFTERNOON 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 Orange Bowl Game Gillette Safety Razor 4.15 House Party General Electric 4.25 News: Aunt NeUie's Products 4.30 Hollyw'd Jackpot Anacin, Kolynos 3.UU news .Reports 5.05 So the Story Goes 5.15 At Your Request 5.45 Mitchell Grand Bowman's 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 Now Campbell s Soup 7.00 Mystery of the "Week Ivory Soap 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Ellery Queen Anacin 8.00 Jack Carson Camnbell Soun 8.30 Jean Hersholt as "Dr. Christian" Vaseline Preparations 8.55 Bill Henry, News Johns - Manvllle h.uo ramie Sinatra Show Old Golds 9.30 Ford Show starring Dinah Shore rora motor jo. 10.00 Hollywood Players Cresta Blancs 10.30 Information Please Parker Pen 11.00 Headline News David's Clothes 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Parade of Bands 11.30 Invitation to Music 12.00 News; Guy Lombardo 12.30 Jimmy Dorsey Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off Remote Sleuthin9 Radio "Scoop" Rice - Tennessee Flew Year's Game Reported Dy Red Barber, Jim Dolan The annual New Year's Day invitation football game in the Orange Bowl, Miami, this year between Rice and Tennessee, will be broadcast exclusively over the Columbia network, according to J. P. Spang, Jr., president of Gillette Safety Razor Company, sponsor of ths program (WHP, January 1, 1.45 to approximately 4.15 p. m., EST). This marks the eighth consecutive year that the Orange Bowl classic has been sponsored over CBS by Gillette Safety Razor Company. Red Barber and Jimmy Dolan will report the game for CBS. Barber, who joined CBS as director of sports this year will be covering his first Oranee Bowl game. Dolan, assistant CBS direc tor oi sports, will be working at his 10th Orange Bowl assignment. Tennessee, co - champions of the Southeastern Conference, dropped only one game to Wake Forest aunng xne io season. Rice, co - titleholders of the Smithwpst Conference, lost only to Arkansas. SslMUtslMC - Mtil 1 V 7 :wv si - wr. , .iw v, v, j Claudette Colbert will co - star with Fred MacMurray in the world radio premiere of "The Egg and I" on "This Is Hollywood" over WHP (10.15 p. m.) January 4. This is a scoop for radio, since the film will not be released until several weeks later. The Best Years' Inspires Vox Pop (lew Year's Show i aiiiiMiM m.i.iiiimi i f:fil'aiiiiiiiM As a new feature, Ellery and his secretary, Nikki (Charlotte Keane) put ' in a long - distance call to the night's guest armchair detective every Wednesday on CBS (WHP, 7.30) "Adventures of Ellery Queen." Madeline Carroll to Head "Digest" Cast Of "Tender Comrade" Madeline Carroll, who, for the past few years has devoted all her! time to the Red Cross overseas, will portray the devoted wife of a great literary figure in "Tender Comrade," Thursday, January 2 10 p. m., over WHP. . The identity of the author is not revealed until the closing moments of the program, and willl come as a complete surprise to the radio audience. Richard Kollmar, youthful Broadway producer and radio star, will emcee. Jack Miller nasi composed original "mood music" for the occasion, and will conduct the orchestra, and Tom Shirley is the Hallmark Greeting Card salesman. On New Year's Eve, Vox Pop will interview old acquaintances, in the spirit of the title of the movie hit, "The Best Years of Our Lives," in the ballroom of the Continental Hotel in Chicago, Tuesday, December 31, at 9 p. m., EST, over WHP. Parks Johnson and Warren Hull have picked interviewees who most impressed listeners on pre vious Vox Pop broadcasts, and have added one new one besides. The guests, representing a cross - section of America, will come to Chicago, crossroads of the United States, to touch upon the influences which brought them the best years of their lives. Traveling from all corners of the country for the Chicago broadcast are: Robert Oberhouse, of Pember - ville, Ohio, now at the Avon Old Farm School in Connecticut, blinded veteran whom Johnson and Hull interviewed in 1944. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Ettesvold, pioneer farm couple, from Minnesota, now in their 70's, who broadcast on Vox Pop from South Da kota on Midwest Farm Day in 1944. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Earl, Wil liams College students under the GI Bill of Rights, representing hundreds of thousands of veterans The Rev. J. Samuel Stephenson song - writing, piano - playing pastor of Buzzards Bay, Mass., founder of "Teentown, who was on Vox Pop last November 26. Joe Metyika, manager of Cleveland grocery store, is the newcomer. Johnson and Hull were impressed with the success story of this first generation American, whose parents came from Croatia. Kate Smith Wins Place in National Humirauun roil Kate Smith, CBS - WHP star, was the only woman in radio to finish among the first 10 in the Woman's Home Companion national current poll of the magazine's readers on the question: "What American women now liv ing do you admire most?" The others named in the first 10: Eleanor Roosevelt, Clare Boothe Luce. Sister Elizabeth Kenny, Helen Keller, Frances Perkins, Dorothy Thompson, Pearl Buck, Helen Hayes and Helen' Gahagan Douglas. In naming the popular CBS singer, Woman's Home Companion, January issue, says: "Kate Smith's appeal is two fold: her talent as a singer, and her per sonality and character. 'She is a great person because of her hu - manness,' says one. 'She has a fine simple philosophy,' says another. A third admires Kate be cause while she talks loud andi long for causes she believes in. she also puts her energy into ac - tmn qc well ac e11 ir - J Tam3m ' MO UUUllUl 1LCDUC1 reporters admire her as a friend." Full results of the poll apnear in the January issue of Woman's Home Companion. "Kate Smith Sings" on WHP, Sundays, 6.30 - 7 p. m., EST. "Kate Smith Speaks" on WHP, Monday through Friday, at 3 p. m. "Info" Guest THURSDAY, JANUARY 2 Time Out For 6Pinocchia Fanny Brice (Baby Snooks) and Hanley Stafford (her bedeviled Daddy) will call a truce long enough to visit CBS' "Screen Guild Players" (WHP 10.30 p. m.) Monday. December 30. as stars of a holiday presentation of "Pinocchio". The antics pictured above will resume the following Friday on CBS' "Baby Snooks 6how". (WHP 8.00 p. m.). MORNING 6.09 - JThe 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 8.15 The Trumpeteers 8.30 Step Weigand Trio 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News Reports National Biscuit 9.15 Music for Morning 9.45 Spade Cooley's Band 10.00 Give and Take 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Win ters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 The Daily Digest 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Tiros 11.30 Time to Remember 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Soap , 12.00 Esso Reporter 12.05 News Aunt Nellie's Products AFTERNOON 12.15 The Galli Sisters 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Kolynos 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 Road of Life Duz 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance & Satina 2.15 Perry Mason St.c and Span 2.30 Lone Journey Friskie's Dog Food 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweeth't Soap 3.00 Kate Smith Post's Raisin Bran tc Flakes 3.15 Dorothy Dix 3.30 News Shoemaker's Sea Food ' 3.35 David Snoop Piano Moods 3.45 Matinee Melodies 4.00 House Party 4.25 News Aunt Nellit's Products 4.30 That's Life 5.00 News Reports 5.05 So the Story Goes 5.15 At Your Request 5.45 Mitchell Grand Stylists Bowman'; EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonic s.is The constant invader 6.30 Radio Newa Extra Styletex 6.45 Robert Trout with the News TU Now Campbell a 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 Wine 8.30 FBI in Peace and War Lava Soap 6.55 Bin Henry. News Jonns - ManvlUe 9.00 Dick Haymes Show Auto - Lite 9.30 Casey Crime Photographer An chor Rocking Glass 10.00 Reader's Digest Radio Edition - Hallmark Cards 10.10 That's Finnegan 11.00 Headlines News David's Clothes 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Parade of Bands 11.30 Juillard School ot Music 12.00 News Reports 12.05 Ray McKinley Orchi 12.30 Charlie Spivak Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off SATURDAY. JANUARY 4 MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.20 Wake Up Tims 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 Songs for You 9.45 Dr. Bookstaber, Rabbi 9.00 News Reports 9.15 The Garden Gate 9.30 Helen McCauley, Pianist 9.45 The Blue Rldae Boys 10.00 Barnyard Follies 10.30 Mary Lee Taylor Pet Milk 11.00 News Curtis - Candy 11.05 Let's Pretend Cream of Wheat 11.30 New Facea In Congress 12.00 Theatre ot Today Armstrong Rugs AFTERNOON 12.30 Stars Over Hollywood Dari - Rich 1.00 Grand Central Station Fillsbury 1.30 County Fair Borden's 2.00 Esso Reporter 2.05 Eddie Miller Orch. 2.30 Country Journal 3.00 Cross Section U. S. A. 3.30 Treasury Bandstand 4.00 Matinee at Meadowbrook 4.30 To Be Announced 5.00 Philadelphia Orch. EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Spotlight on Sports 6.15 Kay Armen, Songs 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 Startlmt Frlgidars 8.30 Mayor of the Town Noxzema 8.55 Ned Calmer, NewsParker Quink 9.00 "Hit Parade" Lucky Strikes 9.45 Symphonette Longines Watches 10.15 This Is Hollywood Camay Soap 10.45 "Just Jazx" 11.00 Ned Calmer. Newt 11.10 Feature Story 11.15 Shep Fields' Orch. li.ao eeorge Towns orch. 12.00 News 12.05 Johnny Long Orch. 12.30 Don Bestor Orch. 12.55 News Summary i.oo sign - oa FRIDAY, JANUARY 3 MORNING .00 The Farm Hour 1.30 Sunrise Serenade 55 Esso Reporter 00 - Wako Up Time .15 News Bulletins .20 - Wake Ud Time .45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes .00 Morning News Roundup i - 15 The Three Treys 30 - Step Weigand Trio .45 Morning Devotions .00 News Reports National Biscuit - .15 Music for Morning .45 Donald Novis .00 Give and Take so strange Romanes of Xvelya Winters Sweetheart Soap 45 Daily Digest Kingan's Heats 00 Arthur Godfrey Time 30 Time to Remember 45 Rosemary Ivory Soap 00 Esso Reporter 05 - News Aunt NeUie's Products AFTERNOON 15 - PhH Brito Sings Vicks 80 Romanes of Helen Trent Bisodol 45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 00 Big Sister Ivory Soap is Ma Perkins Oxydol ,30 Young Doctor Malone Crlsco , 45 Road of Life Duz 00 The Second Mra. Burton LaFrance and Satina 15 Perry Mason Spic and Span 30 Lone Journey Carnation Milk 45 Rose - of My Dreams Sweetheart Soap 00 Kate Smith Post's Raisin Bran Flakes 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 Pro ducts 4.30 Hollyw'd Jackpot Anacin, Kolynos o.oo News reports 5.05 So the Story Goes 5.15 At Your Request 5.45 Mitchell Grand Bowman's EVENING , 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker . 6.10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonic B.is 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 Wil. son Canada Dry 8.00 Baby Snooks Show Jello 8.30 The Thin Man Sanka 8.55 Bill Henry News Johns - Man ville 9.00 Glnny Simms Show Borden's 9.30 Durante - Moore Rexall Drugs 10.00 Pays to Be Ignorant Philip Morris 10.30 iwaisie Ann Sothern Eversharp 11.00 Headline News David's Clothes 11.10 News Feature 11.15 Parade of Bands 11.30 Les Elgart Orch. 12.00 News Reports 12.05 Jimmy Dorsey Orch. 12.30 Chuck Foster Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off WHP NEWSCAST TIMES Daytime 6.55 A.M. Eio Reporter 7.15 A.M. News Reports 7.45 AJU. Breakfast Bulletins 8.00 A.M. News of the World S.00 A.M. Nine o'clock News 12.00 A.M. Esso Reporter 12.05 AM. Noonday News s.ao f M. News reports 4.25 A.M. News Reports 5.00 A.M. News Reports Kifht Time 6.00 P.M. Esso Reporter 6.05 P.M. WHP News Analysis 6.30 P.M. Radio News Extra DAILY 6.45 P.M. The World Today 8.55 P.M. News Commentator 1 11.00 P.M. News Ahead of the Headlines Ill.io P.M. News Analysis 12.00 MID. News Reports 12.55 P.M. News Summary SUNDAYS I These newscasts augment the daily times: .ou a.m. Esso Reporter 11.00 A M. News Reports l.oo P.M. Esso Reporter 1.05 P.M. Sunday Edition 1.45 P.M. Howard K. Smith. News 5.45 P.M. - Wm. L. Shirer RADIO'S FINEST MUSIC SUNDAY 3.00 N. Y. Philharmonic Symphony 4.30 Hour ot Charm 5.00 Family Hour - TUESDAY 7. SO American Melody Hour 10.30 Longines Symphonette WEDNESDAY 11.30 Invitation to Musio FRIDAY 8,00 Sparkle Time with Meredith Wilson SATURDAY 8.00 Philadelphia Orchestra 9.45 Longines Symphonette 'House of World' On 'Let's Pretend' "Let's Pretend" marks the end of the first year of peace since 1941, with an exciting fairy tale that dramatizes what even' chil dren have to strive for to achieve permanent peace. "The House of the World, which will be heard over WHP at 11.05 a. m., December 28, demonstrates, in a delightful fantasy, how the entire world can get together if we break down the ways of Selfishness, Greed, Pov erty, and Intolerance, through Good Will and Love. Good Will encounters the homeless child, Love, abroad on a cold, desolate New Year's Eve. They both encounter a high, window - less wall, enclosing walled build ings. After they break down the first wall oi selfishness by showing the inhabitants how they can become happied by becoming selfless, they tackle each of the others' in succession. Larry Adler, harmonica virtuoso, and ' Alec Templeton, noted pianist and composer (above), will be New Year's Day visitors to "Information Please" Wednesday, January 1, at 10.30 p. m. (EST) over WHP. As master of ceremonies, Clifton Fadiman will read aloud the listeners' questions to the "board of experts" which also includes regulars John Kleran and Franklin P. Adams. Discovery r Garry Moore, who has long been called the "haircut" and Peter Lind Hayes, who eould easily have the same moniker, discovered each other recently. So Peter and Dinah Shore have invited Garry over to the Ford Show for further discussions on Wednesday, January 1, at 9.30 p. m. (EST) over WHP.

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