Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on June 27, 1942 · Page 25
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WHP RADIO PROGRAMS FOR THE ENTIRE WEEK, STARTING JUNE 28, 1942 The Goldbergs, Veteran Drama Series, Heard at New Time Molly and her famous Columbia network family, "The Goldbergs," are to be heard at a new time starting Monday. Broadcast at present on Mondays through Fridays .from 2.45 to 3.00 p. m., "The Goldbergs" are to be neard instead from 1.45 to 2.00 p. m. over WHP - CBS. No changes in the format of the show which is now in its thirteenth year, are involved in the time change. Mrs. Gertrude Berg, author and director, continues to fill the leading role of Molly. Jake. Sammv and Rosey, the three other principal characters, , also are being played by the same actors who portrayed them on the opening broadcast November 20, 1929. James Waters, who once was the "Potash" of "Potash and Perlmutter," continues as Jake, Molly's husband; Rosalyn Silber still is playing Rosey and her radio brother, Sammy, still is portrayed by Alfred Ryder. A novice in the entertainment field when she first put "The Goldbergs" on the air, Mrs. Berg now is recognized as one of radio's outstanding directors, authors and players. Wv ft f A - .. ; - ' " - ' ..JUS 1 r . Jap Leader Describee! Enemy" Show GERTRUDE BERG on The man who was decorated for planning and carrying out the treacherous Jap attack on Pearl Harbor is the subject of Columbia network's "The Nature of the Enemy" program for Tuesday,' over WHP - CBS from 8.30 to 8.55 p. m. ; His name is Isoroku Yamamoto, admiral of the combined Japanese Imperial Fleets. Although Yama - moto's name is not as well known as Hitler's, his career is almost as black. i Yamamoto started his militaristic training at the age of 12. He believes that the Japs are a race of supermen. As a member of the Black Dragon, his life is dedi - flip Jananese1 i Empire. Black Dragon members are representatives oi an wauva of Japanese life. Starts Sevareid and the News" Over WHP - CBS Tonight f ;i m lama. I 1 r;;?w i i 1 - - - " - MMMHBwaaw I ERIC SEVAREID WHP, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 MORNING 6.00 WHP Sunrise Roundup 6.15 WHP WHP News Room 6.30 HBG Sunrise Roundup Penna. Department of Agriculture 7.00 HBG Morning Alarm t 7.15 WHP News Bulletins 7.25 HBG Morning Alarm Music Time 7.45 HBG "Bond's Breakfast Bulletins" Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS News of the World 8.15 CBS Organ Moods 8.30 CBS Melody Men 8.45 HBG Morning Devotions 9.00 HBG "Nine O'clock News" Minute Man Soup 9.05 HBG Rough Riders 9.15 CBS "The Radio Reader" Mark Van Doren 9.30 CBS Good Morning from Syracuse 9.45 CBS "Harvey and 'Dell" General Mills 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady General Mills 10.15 CBS "Stories America Loves" General Mills Z l 10.30 CBS "Stepmother" Presented by Colgate - honored 0:, , r, 10.45 HBG Jimmy Walsh and His Orchestra 11.00 HBG News Reports Miller's Shoe Shop TVTanrv Marshall, tho "Rif Sis - 11 - 05 WHP "BoggS On Dogs" Purina Dog ChoW ter" of radio, starts her vacation n - 15 CBS Fletcher Wiley Commentator in her Atlanta, Georgia, home on JJ - JO CBS - ;;Bright Horizon" - Swan Soap the Fourth of July, will be miss - - "Aimt JennyJ Real Life Stories" - Spry ing from the cast of her program 12 - WHP - Noon Day News - Sweetheart Soap 3.00 WHP - Glehn Miller Salutes Marines, Airmen and Army Three times weekly Glenn Miller addresses his "Moonlight Serenade" to a specified camp and follows the salute with a gift of 50 records for the recreation center. Tuesday, June 30, the spotlight falls on Randolph Field, Texas; Wednesday, July 1, the United States Marine Base at Quantico, Va., is saluted; and Thursday. July 2 the soldiers at Port Jackson. S. C. .are over WHP - CBS from 7.15 to 7.30 p. m. - Matinee Dancetime Will Osborne and His Orchestra 3.25 HBG News Reports 3.30 CBS Columbia Concert Orchestra 4.00 WHP Dave Cheskin and His Orchestra 4.15 WHP "America in Action" 4.30 CBS Golden Gate Quartet 4.45 CBS News Reports 5.00 WHP "Five of a Kind" 5.15 WHP "Ma Perkins" Oxydol 5.30 WHP "Against the Storm" Ivory Soap 5.4S HBG Melody Makers EVENING 6.00 CBS News Reports 6.10 WHP Sam Cuff, "The Face of the War" David's 6.15 HBG The Sport World 6.30 HBG Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS "The World Today" 7.00 HBG Mitchell Grand Organ and Piano - Moose Home 7.15 CBS Glenn Miller's Orchestra Chesterfield Cigarettes 7.30 CBS "Powerhouse" Raymond Scott's Orch. 8.00 CBS Nelson Eddy, New Old Gold Show Old Golds 8.30 CBS Jean Hersholt "Eric Sevareid, CBS correspondent whose broadcasts - were the only link between Bordeaux and the outside world while the French Government had emergency head quarters there after France fell, is j heard on "Eric Sevareid and the i News" over WHP and the Colum - jbia network Saturdays and Sun days beginning tonight from 8.55 to 9. Sevareid is 32 years old and has been a staff newscaster for CBS t - in Washmgton for the last 18 months. When he was 18, Sevareid became a reporter for the Minneapolis Journal while studying political science at the University of Minnesota. He went aboard for further study in London and at the Sorbonne in Paris, then worked as night editor for the United Press in the French capital until he was named city editor of the Paris Herald, a post he resigned to join the CBS Paris staff. When the French cabinet left Paris just ahead of the first German troops, Sevareid went along to Bordeaux and his exclusive news broadcasts from there won wide commendation from news papers and press associations. Later he went to Vichy and was then transferred to the CBS of fice in London, and finally to Washington. The program is sponsored by the 1 Parker Pen Company for "Quink." for two weeks. I " f9. $ ' $ ' " 1 t:A V - v W m j Wi I mm 4 mm 1 - I IP 1 M' I w I I r ' w 1 1 II B I I I AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS "Big Sister" Rinso 12.30 CBS "Romance of Helen Trent" Kolynos 12.45 CBS "Our Gal Sunday" Anacin 1.00 CBS "Life Can Be Beautiful" Ivory Flakes 1.15 CBS "Woman in White" Oxydol 1.30 CBS Vic and Sade Crisco 1.45 CBS "The Goldbergs" Duz 2.00 CBS "Young Docior Malone" Post Toasties 2.15 CBS "Joyce Jordan" La France and Satina 2.30 CBS "We Love and Learn" General Foods 2.45 CBS "Pepper Young's Family" Camay as "Dr. Christian" Chesebrough Mfg. Company 8.55 CBS Cecil Brown, News Johns - Manville 9.00 CBS Shirley Temple in "Junior Miss" Proctor and Gamble 9.30 CBS To Be Announced 10.00 WHP Treasury Star Parade 10.15 WHP United States Government Reports 10.30 HBG News Reports 10.35 HBG Ferdinand Strack and His Orchestra 11.00 CBS News of the World 11.10 CBS William L. Shirer News Analysis 11.15 CBS To Be Announced 11.30 CBS Dick Jurgens and His Orchestra 12.00 CBS News Bulletins 12.05 CBS Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra 12.30 CBS Les Brown and His Orchestra 12.55 WHP News Sign - Off Marlene Deitrich Has Star Role in Playhouse Drama Beautiful Marlene Deitrich, girl of the glamorous gams, leaves the movie lots of Hollywood long enough Friday evening to play the lead in the radio production of Charles Martin's recent picture "This Gun For Hire," over WHP - CBS from 9 to 9.30 p. m. "This Gun For Hire" will be a production of the Philip Morris Playhouse and will be enacted with a host of dramatic favorites in support of La Deitrich. WHP, THURSDAY, JULY 2 MORNING 6.00 WHP Sunrise Roundup 6.15 WHP WHP News Room 6.30 HBG Sunrise Roundup Penna. Department of Agriculture : 7.00 HBG Morning Alarm 7.15 HBG News Bulletins 7.25 HBG Morning Alarm Music and Time 7.45 HBG "Bond's Breakfast Bulletins" Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS News of the World 8.15 CBS Organ Moods 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 HBG Morning Devotions" 9.00 HBG "Nine O'clock News" 9.05 HBG Rough Riders 9.15 CBS "The Radio Reader" Mark Van Doren 9.30 CBS Chasing the Blues 9.45 CBS "Thus We Live" General Mills 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady General Mills 10.15 CBS "Stories America Loves" General Mills 10.30 CBS ""Stepmother" Presented by Colgate - Palmolive Company 10.45 HBG Buddy Cole and His Orchestra 11.00 HBG News Reports Miller's Shoe Shop 11.05 WHP "Boggs on Dogs" Purina Dog Chow 11.15 WHP Jack Berch and His Gang Gulf Spray 11.30 CBS "Bright Horizon" Swan Soap 11.45 CBS "Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories" Spry 12.00 WHP Noon Day News ; AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS "Big Sister" Rinso IjQOTTON PIQUE in navy and 12.30 CBS "Romance of Helen Trent" Kolynos Y . wWle makes this striking 12.45 CBS "Our Gal Sunday' - Anacin Frock 1.00 CBS "Life Can Be Beautiful" Ivory Flakes 1.15 CBS "Woman In White" Oxydol 1.30 CBS Vic and Sade Crisco 1.45 CBS "The Goldbergs" Duz 2.00 CBS "Young Dr. Malone" Posts 40 Bran Flakes - 2.15 CBS "Joyce Jordan" LaFrance and Satina 2.30 CBS - i - "Wtf Love and Learn" General Foods 1 Young America Dance worn by Dorothy Lowell, star of VOur Gal, Sunday," on Columbia network. The revival of thervogue for cotton fabrics now makes it possible for us to have several of these inexpensive summer form - ' 41. Her white lightweight "lacs'!: 4ewelrw ili&fll for, summer J - 2.45 CBS "Pepper Young's Family" Camay 3.00 WHP Salon Orchestra 3.25 WHP News Reports 3.30 CBS U. S. Navy Band 4.00, WHP Jerry Wayne Songs 4.15 WHP "America in Action" 4.45 CBS News Reports 5.00 WHP "Five of a Kind" 5.15 WHP "Ma Perkins" Oxydol 5.30 WHP "Against the Storm" Ivory Soap 5.45 HBG Melody Makers EVENING 6.00 WHP - - Songs by Dyana Gayle 6.10 WHP News Analysis 6.15 HBG The Sport World 6.30 HBG - Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS "The World Today" 7.00 WHP "Lum and Abner" Alka - Seltzer 7.15 CBS Glenn Miller's Orchestra Chesterfield Cigarettes 7.30 WHP Make Way For the Navy 7.45 WHP "Hank Keene's in Town" Velvet 7 Tobacco 8.00 CBS The Jim Backus Show , , 8.30 CBS "Death Valley Days" Borax & Boraxo 8.55 CBS - Cecil Brown, News Johns - Manville, 9.00 CBS Major Bowes Original Amateur Hour Chrysler Corporation 9.30 WHP World's Most Honored Music - Longines - Whittnour Watch Co. 18.00 WHP - The Will to Freedom 10.30 HBG News Reports 10.35 WHP Bluestone Ballads 11.00 CBS - News of the World 11.10 CBS Elmer Davis News Analysis 11.15 CBS Alvino Rey and His Orchestra 11.30 CBS Johnny Long and His Orchestra 12.00 CBS News Bulletins 12.05 CBS Les Brown and His Orchestra 12.30 CBS Carl Hoff and His Orchestra 12.55 WHPNews Summary and Signoff - ,r t BALLERINA s ' ' ' 1 'I . j r ' t ' r BEWITCHING BLACK jersey and white tulle make a most effective ballerina dinner frock for CBS actress Charlotte ("Step mother") Manson. The monk col" lar doubles as a snood, fastened behind her pompadour with a bright flower. A cutout patent leather belt gives a tiny waisLed effect, a.. -

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