Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on October 18, 1941 · Page 27
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WHP RADIO PROGRAMS FOR THE ENTIRE WEEK STARTING OCTOBER 19, 1941 Navy and New York Harbor Subjects on Defense Broadcasts Much that can be told o the carefully - wrought setup for defense of the Nation's most important port New York Harbor is brought strikingly to listeners from coast to coast when the Columbia Broadcasting System's "Spirit of '41" program moves its microphones to Fort Hancock, New Jersey, as the highspot of WHP defense programs for the coming week. Through the co - operation of fhe Seventh Regiment of Coast Artillery (harbor defense) and the Fifty - second Regiment of Coast Artillery (railroad guns), this program demonstrates what would happen if New York Harbor were attacked by invaders from the sea. It is heard Sunday, 2 to 2.30 p. m., over WHP. The forty - seventh Report to the Na - Warner of Washington WHP to Originate Petri Program For CBS Keon Petri, famed Dutch pianist, will broadcast from the studios of WHP, Harrisburg:, to the nationwide Columbia Broadcasting System, on the last of three CBS piano recitals, Tuesday at 4:00 p. m. Immediately following, at 4.03 p. m., an additional broadcast will be presented by WHP to announce the opening concert of the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, directed by Mr. George King Rauden - bush, at which Mr. Petri will appear as soloist. The opening of the city symphony season takes place on the night of the Petri program. tion" Tuesday, 9.30 p. m. salutes the United States Navy as perhaps the most vital of all agencies in the defense program. Highlighted also is the history of the Navy from its authorization by the Continental Congress in 1775 to modern times. The role the Navy has played in maintaining American democ racy is stressed. Also emphasized is the importance of sea power and the outstanding excellence of the United States Navy equipment and personnel. In addition, this program salutes Navy Day, cele brated on October 27, the twen tieth official observance of this day. Idea for this holiday was first suggested by Mrs. William H. Hamilton of New York City to Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., then Assistant Secretary of the Navy Since that time the sponsorship of Navy Day has been under the auspices of the Navy League of the United States, a civilian or ganization. This date was selected princi pally because it was the annivof sary of the birthday of the late President Theodore Roosevelt, always an advocate of a strong Navy. Normally Navy Day is a tribute to the officers and men of our naval forces but this year the shipyard workers turning out new ships at record speed are included in the salute. This year's slogan for Navy Day is: "The Nation Salutes The Navy." "PLAYHOUSE" STAR BURGESS "TJREDITH Screen Actress Maureen O'Sul livan and Actor Burgess Meredith co - star in Charles Martin's adap tation o Emlyn Williams psycho logical study of murder, "Night fust Fall," on "The Philip Morris Playhouse" next Friday, 9 to 9.30 p. m. "Night Must Fan, concerns Dan, bellhop and egocentric man iac whose only self - expression is murder. Dan enters the Sus sex home of Mrs. Bramson, crusty old lady, and wins her frier, .ship. The old lady's niece suspects Dan, but is fascinated by him. Dan succeeds in smother ing Mrs. Bramson and later caught and tried. Williams created' the role of Pan on the stage and Dame May Whitty played Mrs. Bramson. The play ran sixty - four performances on Broadway In the fall of 1936 it was later m?de into a movie :th Robert Montgomery as Dan Rosalind Russell as the niece and Dame May Whitty in her - original role ot the old lady. WHP, MONDAY, OCTOBER 20 MORNING 6.30 HBG Sunrise Roundup Penna. Department of Agriculture 7.00 HBG Morning Atorm 7.15 HBG News Bulletins Peter Paul 720 HBG Morning Alarm Music Time Weather at 7.30. 7.45 HBG Bond's Breakfast Bulletins" Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS European News Roundup 8.15 CBS Sunrise Serenade 8.30 CBS Renfro Valley Folks 8.45 HBG Morning Devotions Harrisburg Ministerial Association 9.00 HBG "Nine O'clock News" 9.05 HBG Morning Melodies 9.15 CBS School of the Air 9.45 CBS "Stories America Loves" General Mills 10.00 CBS Hymns of All Churches General Mills 10.15 CBS "Myrt and Marge" Super Suds 10.30 CBS "Stepmother" Presented by Colgate - Palmolive Company 10.45 HBG Marvin Dale's Music 11.00 HBG News Reports 11.05 HBG Rough Riders 11.15 CBS "The Man I Married" Campbell Soup 11.30 CBS "Bright Horizon" Silver Dust 11.45 CBS "Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories" Spry 12.00 CBS "Kate Smith Speaks" Grape Nuts AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS "Big Sister" Rinso 12.30 HBG Noonday News 12.40 HBG Weather Report, U. S. Weather Bureau 12.45 HBG "Our Gal Sunday" Anacm. Admiral Byrd Visits Fred Allen On 'Star Theatre' Wednesday Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, flyer - explorer who has looked down on both North and South poles, gets an across - the - microphone glimpse of the greatest frozen space (or face) in the world when he drops in to see Fred Allen on "Texaco Star Theatre" Wednesday, 9 to 10 p. - m. over WHP. Alle'n's collegiate guest of theevening is Mort Lippman, boogie - woogie pianist, who came out on top in a poll conducted by undergrads of Columbia University. Lippman, of Newark, New Jersey, has conducted Columbia musicals and has his own swing group. Along with the guests, Tenor Star Kenny Baker, Portland Hoffa, Al Goodman, the Wallington orchestra and the Allen Art Players lend their talents to heckling Funnyman J red for a full hour. The appearance of Admiral Byrd on the "Texaco Star Theatre" marks a reunion with Announcer Jimmy Wallington and establishes something of a record in long distance conversation and friendship. Jimmy was the announcer at Schenectady, New York, who for a solid year chatted with the Ad miral at the South Pole. Jimmy would bring relatives and friends of' members of the Byrd Expedition to the short - wave microphone so they could greet the crew. I I mux 1 2.45 CBS "Kale Hopkins" Angel of Mercy Maxwell House Coffee 3.00 CBS "News For Women" Vicks 3.15 HBG Ma Perkins Oxydol 3.30 HBG "The Guiding Light" Camay 3.45 HBG Edwin Lemarr Trio 3.55 CBS Press Radio News 4.00 CBS Columbia Concert Hall 4.30 CBS To Be Announced 4.45 HBG "Superman" Stroehmann's Bread 5.00 CBS "Mary Marlin" Ivory Snow 5.15 CBS "The Goldbergs" Duz 5.30 CBS "The O'Neills" Ivory Soap 5.45 HBG "Air Adventures of Jimmy Allen" Mother's Oats EVENING 6.00 CBS Edwin C. Hill American Oil Co. 6.10 CBS Frazier Hunt, News Johns Manville 6.15 HBG The Sport World 6.30 HBG Your Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 CBS The World Today 7.00 HBG "Gifts For Listening" Miller's. 7.15 HBG "Little Orphan Annie" Quaker Oats 7.30 HBG WHP Studio Orchestra 8.00 CBS "Vox Pop" Bromo Seltzer 8.30 CBS "Gay NmeUes Revue" Model Tobacco 8.55 CBS Elmer Davis, News 9.00 HBG 104th Cavalry Broadcast 9.30 HBG "America Takes Wings" 9.45 HBG Camera Club Roundtable 10.00 HBG Concert Hall of the Air 10.30 HBG "News Ahead of the Headlines" 10.35 HBG Lew White Trio 10.45 HBG Beyond the News 11.00 CBS Nobe Frank Sportcast Tech Beer 11.05 HBG World News Then and Now KATE SMITH GUEST 1.00 CBS "Life Can Be Beautiful" Ivory Flakes 1.15 CBS Woman in White, Presented by Oxydol 11.14 HBG Weather Forecast 1.30 CBS "Right to Happiness" Crisco 11.15 CBS Caesar Petrillo and His Orchestra 1.45 CBS "Road of Lite" Presented by Chipso 11.30 CBS Peaceful Valley 2.00 CBS "Young Doctor Malone" Post Toasties 12.00 CBS Press Radio News 2.15 CBS "Joyce Jordan" LaFrance and Satina 12.05 CBS Syncopation Piece 2.30 HBG News Reports 12.30 HBG Will Hudson and His Orchestra 2.35 HBG Eiwin Yeo, Organist 1 Mr" 12.55 CBS News Summary and Sign - off WHP, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2L MORNING 6.30 HBG Sunrise Roundup Penna. Department of Agriculture 6.45 HBG Farm News Presented by P. Loril - lard Co. 7.00 HBG Morning Alarm 7.15 HBG News Bulletin 7.20 HBG Morning Alarm Music News Weather at 7.30 7.45 HBG "Bond's Breakfast Bulletins" Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS European News Roundup 8.15 CBS Sunrise Serenade 9.00 HBG "Nine O'clock News' 9.05 HBG Morning Melodies 9.15 CBS School of the Air 9.45 CBS "Stories America Love" General Mills 10.00 CBS Hymns of All Churches General Mills 10.15 CBS "Myrt and Marge" Cuper Suds 10.30 CBS "Stepmother" Presented by Colgate - Palmolive Company 10.45 HBG Penna. Nurses Convention Program 11.00 HBG News Keports 11.05 HBG Rough Riders 11.15 CBS "The Man I Married" Campbell Soup 11.30 CBS "Bright Horizon" Silver Dust 11.45 CBS "Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories" Spry AFTERNOON 12.00 CBS Kate Smith Speaks Grape Nuts 12.15 CBS "Big Sister" Rinso 12.30 HBG Noonday News 12.40 HBG Weather Report, U. S. Weather Bureau 12.45 CBS "Our Gal Sunday" Anacin 1.00 CBS "Life Can Be Beautiful Ivory Flake 1.15 CBS "Woman in White" Oxydol 1.30 CBS "Right to Happiness" Crisco 1.45 CBS "Road t o Life" Presented by Chipso 2.00 CBS "Young Dr. Malone" Post Toasties 2.15 CBS "Joyce Jordan Girl Interne" La - France and Satina 2.30 HBG News Reports 2.35 HBG Accordion Aces. , 2.45 CBS "Kate Hopkins" Angel of Mercy I Maxwell House Coffee 3.00 CBS David Shoop Ensemble 3.15 HBG Ma Perkins Oxydol 3.30 HBG "The Guiding Light" Camay 3.45 HBG Singing Strings 3.55 CBS News Reports 4.00 CBS Egon Petri, Pianist (from WHP Studios) 4.30 HBG Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra Pro gram 4.45 HBG Junior Town 5.00 CBS "Mary Marlin" Ivory 5.15 CBS "The Goldbergs" Duz 5.30 CBS "The O'Neills" Ivory Soap 5.45 HBG "Air Adventures of Jimmy Allen" Mother's Oats EVENING 6.00 CBS News from Washington Albert Warner 6.10 CBS Frazier Hunt, News Johns Manville 6.15 HBG The Sport World 6.30 HBG Radio - News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS "The World Today" 7.00 HBG "Gifts For Listening" Miller's 7.15 HBG "Little Orphan Annie" Quaker Oats 7.30 CBS "Second Husband" Helen Menken Presented by Bayer's Aspirin 8.00 CBS "Are You a Missing Heir" Ironized Yeast 8.30 CBS Bob Burns "The Arkansas Traveler' Campbell's Soup 8.55 CBS Elmer Davis, News Palmolive 9.00 CBS "We, the People" Sanka Coffee 9.30 CBS "Report to the Nation" 10.00 CBS Glenn Miller's Orchestra Chesterfield 10.15 HBG "Sky Over Britain" 10.30 HBG News Reports Duquesne Beer 10.45 HBG News of the War 11.00 HBG Nobe Frank Sportcast Tech Beer 11.05 HBG World News Then and Now 11.15 HBG Caesar Petrillo and His Orchestra 11.30 CBS Music of the Americas 12.00 CBS News Keports 12.05 CBS Time to Take It Easy 12.30 CBS Bouquet of Memories 12.55 CBS News Summary and Sign Off r - w,3j V, i f" ' " - '411 - - '4 P LOU HOLTZ Kate Smith will present one of the screen's best - loved stars, Harry Carey, and one of Broadway's best - known comedians, Lou Holtz, as headliners on her variety - hour broadcast over V.'HP and the Columbia netwofk, Fri day, at 8.00 p. m. Other featured attractions will be The Modern - airs, vocal quartet, and The Three Suns, novelty instrumental trio. A graduate of western melo dramas, Carey won screen fame in a long series of character roles, including the title role in "Trader Horn" and as the Vice - President in "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington." The internationally famous Theater Guild selected Carey to play the lead 'role, originally created by George M. Cohan, of the 3niall town editor in the revival of O'Neill's "Ah, Wilderness." Carey will be heard on the Kate Smith Hour in an original drama. Holtz, an infrequent visitor to the kilocycles of late, will arrive with a" repertoire of new anecdotes about himself and some of his freak associates. He is the first of a series of well - known comedians scheduled to visit the program during the current season. The Modernaires, a group featuring trick arrangements, are currently appearing with Glenn Miller's orchestra at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York and recently completed a, part in the Sonja Henie film, "Sun Valley Serenade." The Three Suns, who will give their interpretation of "The William Tell Overture," feature an accordion, an organ and a bass fiddle. Ted Collins, Jack Miller's orchestra and Kate's own singing, concluding with "We're All Americans," will complete the variety show.

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