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17 HEDDA ti SEMES OM TOP HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Harrisburg, Pa., Saturday, October 5, 1946 OPENS MEW Hildegarde Presides Over "Campbell Room" Premiere on The incomparable Hildegarde, vivacious entertainer and chanteuse, comes to the Columbia Broadcasting System's nation - wide network, Sunday, mate "The Campbell (WHP, 9 - 9.30 p. m.). With her she brings' famous guests and celebrities scattered throughout the ringside, eager to participate in the weekly half - hour of sophisticated entertainment sparked by Hildegarde's "Darling, Je Vous Aime Beaucoup." Hildegarde returns to radio over CBS after the briefest air vacation of her career. Just two months ago she was the gay hostess at her final radio party of the waning season. In the interim, and because oi thousands of requests from listen ers. she made a cross - country per sonal appearance tour. This tour comes to an end in New York at the Roxy Theatre where she opens on September 11. As "The Campbell Room" star, Hildeearde will match her person ality and wit with that of impor tant guests from industry, movies, politics, journalism, stage ana ra dio the same people she would bring into the spotlight for a few moments during a supper club performance in the Persian Room of New York's famed Hotel Plaza, Jean Sablon Is Guest oPQueen9 Jean Sablon, romantic French singer, heard on his own CBS program each Sunday, is the guest detective on the "Adventures of Ellery Queen" when the program returns to the air Wednesday, October 9, after a five - week recess (WHP, 7.30 - 8 p. m.). The master detective dramatizes "The Adventures of Ellery Queen Criminal" as the first story of the new series. The story begins with a chess game and winds up with Queen in a tight spot he cannot convince Secretary - assistant Nikki Porter, Sergeant Velie and Inspector Richard Queen that he is Ellery and not an imposter. Sablon as guest sleuth will have an opportunity to clear up the mystery before Queen provides the solution. Charlotte Keane plays the role of Nikki Porter. "A romantic sandwich," says Tom Howard, CBS' "It Pays to Be Ignorant" duncemaster, "is one with two slices of bread so much in love they won't let any - thing come between them." High'Flying An air - age touch was added to CBS' "Take It Or Leave It" (WHP 10 p. m. Sunday) when Joseph Colgan. left of Westport, Conn., participated as a contestant from his seat in a plane 15,000 feet above New York, with Phil Baker asking the questions from a CBS Playhouse below. Colgan not only hit the $64 puzzler but also a jackpot of $268. With him are. right, Bruce Dodge, assistant producer of the show, and Capt. Carl Gaenzler of United Airlines. WEDNESDAY, HORNING 6.00 WHP Tb Farm front 6.30 WHP Sunrlsa Serenada e.SS WHP Xsio Baportcr Esso Mar' kctcrs 7.00 WHP Wake Up Tim T.1S WHP News Bulletins 7.25 WHP Waka Up Time Music and Tim T.4S WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes S.OO CBS Morning News Roundup Gli der Shaving Cream (.IS CBS The Three Treys 8.30 CBS Coffee Club S.49 WHP Catholic Hour 100 WHP News Reports NatlO al Biscuit company .13 CBS Danny O'Neil Singing in the Morning 10.00 CBS Joe Powers. Home Town Editor 10JO CBS The Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 WHP The Dally Digest Klngan's Meats 11.00 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 11.13 CBS Arthur Godfrey Tim 11.30 WHP Tim to Remember 11.43 CBS Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 WHP Ei jo Reporter Esso Marketers 12.03 WHP Noonday News Aunt Nellie's Product ATTKKNOON HIS WHP Phil Brito. Song Chemical Co. Vick 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Btsoaol 12.43 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.13 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol l.W CBS Young Doctor Malona Crlsco 1.43 CBS Road of Life Dus 100 CBS The Second Mrs. Burton Larrance a satina 113 CBS Perry Mason Splo and Span 2.30 CBS Lone Journey Carnation Milk 2.43 WHP Kate Smith - Post's Bran 100 WHP Matinee Melodic IIS WHP Matinee1 Melodies 130 WHP News Reports Shoemaker's . . Sea Food IV IIP, 9 P.M., Sun. October 6, m the gay, inu Newscaster You've been hearing Doug Edwards, CBS 8 a. m. news reporter on WHP from Paris and other parts of Europe since March of '45, before which since 1943 he was heard as reporter on CBS's "The World Today," in addition to several other CBS news programs . . . He's got an all - around personal history. He was born in Ada, Oklahoma in 1917, attended the University of Alabama, Emory University in Atlanta, and the University of Georgia ... He joined CBS as a staff announcer in 1942. Freddie Bartholomew In Nephew Shocker on Inner Sanctum' WHP Freddie Bartholomew, 21 - year old Hollywood screen veteran, will play a blackguard nephew of villainous aunt in "The Listener on "Inner Sanctum," Monday, Oc tober 7. at 8 p. m., over WHP. In this mystery story, Bartholo mew comes from England to visit wealthy, unhappy Aunt Ellen, who has been living with a girl companion in a desolate, wind' swept country cottage, since her husband. Gregory died. The nephew falls in love with the young woman in the script in which Aunt Ellen s objections to the romance take violent form as Gregory's ghost starts to waiK. Contestant OCTOBER 9 3.35 WHP Rehabilitation Story 3.45 WHP Sing Along Club 4.00 CBS House Party General Electric 4.25 WHP News Report Aunt Nellie's Products 4.30 CBS Hollywood Jackpot Anacin, Kolynos 6.00 WHP News Reports S.05 WHP So the Story Goes S.15 WHP 50th Annlv. of Nat'l Fire Pro tection Assoc. 9.30 WHP Mitchell Grand and Song aiyusu Bowman a S.45 WHP Here's to Veterans - Saturday rugni serenade EVENING 6.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar - Keters 6.05 WHP News Analysis Studebaker corp. 6.10 WHP Spotlight on Sports Trim nair Tonic 6.15 WHP Republican State Committee 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex wioines 6.45 CBS Robert Trout With the News Til Now Campbell a Soup 7.00 CBS Mystery of the Week Ivory Soap 7.15 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS Ellery Queen Anacin 8.00 CBS Jack Carson Show Campbell Soup 130 CBS Jean Hersholt as "Sr. Christian" Vaseline Preparation 8.55 CBS BUI Henry, News Johns - Manvllle 9.00 CBS - Frank Sinatra Show Old Golds 8.30 CBS Ford Show starring Dinah snore Ford Motor Co. 10.00 CBS Academy Award Theatre squioo product 10.30 CBS Information Fleas Parker Pen 11.00 WHP News Ahesd of tb Headlines uavia'i cloth 11.10 CBS News Feature 11.15 WHP Caplan's Parade of Band 11.30 CBS Invitation to Music 12.00 CBS News Report 12.03 CBS Claude Thornhlll Orch. 12.30 CBS Henry Xing Orch. 12.85 WHP News luiunary l.oo whp sign - off Comedy Keynotes Kate Smith Show Tomorrow light Comedy keynote's the opening "Kate Smith Sings" broadcast of the season when laugh - makers Harvey Stone and Pert Kelton are guests Sunday, October 6 Over WHP from 6.30 to 7 p. m. . In addition, Producer Ted Col lins will introduce an audience participation feature as a surprise. details to be revealed on the open Ing program. Miss Kelton is a familiar movie and radio comedienne. Harvey Stone, former GI, is an alumnus of the Kate Smith pro gram. Last year Collins attended i benefit in which an unknown comedian from the Army ranks performed. Ted invited him to ap pear on the Kate Smith program where the newcomer, Corporal Harvey Stone, scored a hit with radio editors and the listening audience. Since leaving the Army, Stone has been performing on Broadway and is now appearing at La Martinique in New York. In the music department Kate Smith sings a medley of old hits and new favorites. She is support ed by Jack Miller's orchestra and the "Four Chicks and Chuck" vo - cal group. Theatre Date Gene Tierney has a date with Producer William Keighley to recreate her original screen role in the Lux Radio Theatre presentation, " Dragonwyck " on Monday, October 7, at 9 p. m. (EST) over WHP. Her escort will be Vincent Price who will also re - enact the role he played in the film version of the psychological drama. Local Playwright Has 5th Play on "Dr. Christian" Amelia Reynolds Long, Harris - burg playwright, will have her fifth prize - winning play aired over CBS - WHP next Wednesday night at 8.30 on the "Dr. Chris tian" program. Starting as a short story writer m John Harris High School. Miss Long had her first works pub - iisnea in weird Tales magazine and later in the Science and Fiction publication. In 1939 she began writing nov els of which she has had 22 published, two of them in foreign countries. Her latest novel, "Murder Most Foul," was released October .1, under the pen name of Kathleen Buddington Cox, in col laboration with Edna McHugh. iviiss L,ong urst became inter ested in radio script writing through the Dr. Christian competition. She did not enter a scriDt the first year of the contests, which have been in broeress for five years. However, in the oast four years she has had five plays selected lor presentation on the program and received the grand prize for one. THURSDAY, HORNING 6.00 WHP The Farm rront 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade 6.35 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar keters 7.00 WHP Wak Up Timo 7.15 WHP News Bulletins 7.25 WHP - Wak Up Time Muslo and Tim 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup Glider Shaving Cream 8.15 CBS Rambling With Rand 130 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Morning Devotion 103 WHP New Reports National Biscuit Company 8.15 CBS Danny O'Neil Singing in the Morning 10.00 CBS Joe Powers. Home Town Editor 10.30 CBS The Strsnge Romance of Eve lyn winter Sweetheart Soap 10.4S WHP The Dally Digest 11.00 CBS Arthur Godfrey Tim 11.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Tim 11.30 WHP Time to Remember 11.43 CBS Rosemary Ivory Soap 12.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Marketers 12.0S WHP Noonday New Aunt Nel lie s product AFTEBNOON 13.1S WHP Spade Cooley's Band 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Kolvnoi 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 CBS - Ma Ferklna - Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malona Crlsoo 1.45 CBS Road of Life Du 100 CBS The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance m Satina 2.15 CBS Perry Mason Sple and Span 2.30 CBS Lone Journey Friskie's Dog rood 2.43 WHP Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.00 WHP Matinee Melodies 113 WHP - Mstlneo Melodies 1.30 WHP News Resort Shoemaker's Sea Food WHP PROGRAM SCHEDULE For the Week SUNDAY, MORNING 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup Gli - der Shaving Cream 8.13 WHP Christian Science Program 8.30 CBS Carolina Calling 9.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Marketers 9.05 WHP Chapel Singer 9.15 CBS E. Power Biggs. Organist 9.45 CBS Fisk Jubilee Singers 10.00 CBS Church of the Air 11.00 CBS Warren Sweeney. News Curtlsa Candv 11.05 CBS Wings ever Joraan 11.15 CBS Wings over Jordan 11.30 WHP Market Square Presbyterian Church AFTERNOON 12.15 WHP Report from Wash. Kunkel i.uo woe sso Reporter Esso Marketers 1.05 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 1.15 WHP Paul Barron & Orch. 1.30 WHP Paul Barron & Orch. 1.45 CBS Howard K. Smith from London. 2.00 WHP People's Platform 2.30 WHP Albert Sack & Orch. 2.55 WHP News Report 3.00 CBS N. Y. Philharmonic Symphony U. S. Rubber Co. 4.30 CBS? Hour of Charm Phil Spitalny Orch. Elec. Co. of America MONDAY, MORNING 6.00 WHP The Farm Front 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade 8 .5 WHP Esso Reporter Esao Mar keters 7.00 WHP Wake Up Timo 7.15 WHP News Bulletin 7.25 WHP Wake Up Time - vMusie and Time 7.45 WHP Bond' Breakfast BuIlaUna Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup Gli der Shaving Cream 8.15 CBS The Three Treys 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions Harris - burg Ministerial Association 9.00 WHP News Reports National Bis cult Company 9.15 CBS Danny O'Neil Singing in the Mornin 10.00 CBS Joe Powers, Home Town Editor iu.au Uttt xne strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart soan 10.45 WHP The Daily Digest Klngan' raeau 11.00 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 11.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Tim 11.30 WHP Time to Remember 11.45 CBS Rosemary Ivor? Snow 12.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar keters 12.03 WHP Noonday New Aunt Nel lie s products AFTERNOON 12.15 WHP Phil Brito. Songs Vick Chemical Co. 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Blsodol 12.43 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anadn l.oo cbs Big sister ivory soap 1.15 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malona Crlsco 1.45 CBS Road of Life Dus 2.00 CBS The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance & Satina 2.15 CBS Perry Mason Sole and Soan 2.30 CBS Lone Journey Friskie's Dog Food 2.45 WHP Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.15 WHP Matinee Melodies 3.30 WHP News Reports Shoemaker's Sea Food TUESDAY, MORNING 6.00 WHP The Farm Front 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade 6.55 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Marketers 7.00 WHP Wake Up Time 7.15 WHP News Bulletins 7.25 WHP Wake Up Time Music and Time. 7.45 WHP Bond' Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup Gli der Shaving cream 8.15 CBS Rambling with Rand 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Mornins Devotions 9.00 WHP News Reports National Biscuit Company 9.15 CBS Danny O'Neil Singing in the Morning 0.00 CBS Joe Powers. Rome Town Editor 10.30 CBS The Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soao iu. wtir ine uauy jjigesi 11.00 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 11.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Tim 11.30 WHP Time to Remember 1.45 CBS Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar keters 12.05 WHP Noonday News Aunt Nel lie's Products AFTERNOON 12.15 WHP Spade Cooley's Band 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Kolynos 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin l.oo cbs Big sister ivory soap 1.15 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malona Crlsco 1.45 CBS Road of Life Dus 100 CBS The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance & Satina 2.15 CBS Perry Mason 5 pie and Span 2.30 CBS Lone Journe y Carnation Milk 2.45 WHP Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.00 WHP Matinee Melodies 3.15 WHP Matinee Melodies 3.30 WHP News Report Shoemaker Sea Foods 3.35 WHP Optimist Week Broadcast OCTOBER 10 3.3S WHP David Shoop Piano Mood 3.45 WHP Treasury Salute "Lullabies and Evensong" 4.00 CBS House Party 4.25 WHP News Report Aunt NslUc's Product 4.30 CBS - Giv and Take 4.45 CBS Give and Take 8.00 WHP New Report 8.03 WHP So the 8tory Goes S.15 WHP Rehabilitation Story 6.30 WHP Mitchell Grand and long Biyusu uowman 15 WHP Lum and Abner Alka seiuer EVENING 6.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esse Marketers 6.05 WHP Newa Analyst Studebaker Corp. 6.10 WHP spotlight en Sport Trim nair Tome 6.13 WHP Music by Sweeten 6.30 WHP Radio New Sxira Styletex Clothe 6.45 CBS Robert Trout With the Now "in now Campbell' Soup 7.00 CBS Mystery of the Week Ivory aoap 7.15 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol ' 7 JO CBS Mr. Keen. Tracer of Lost Per. sons Kolynos Tooth Past 8.00 CBS Suspense Roma Wine 8.30 CBS FBI in Peace War Lava Soap 8.35 CBS Bill Henry, New Johns - jvianvme 8.00 CBS The Dick Hayme Show Electric Auto - Lit 130 CBS Casey Crime Photographer Ancnor uocxing Qlass 10.00 CBS Reader's Digest Radio Edi tionHallmark Cards 10.30 CBS p hone Again Finnegan nousenoia i inane 11.00 WHP News Ahead of tb Headlines savld' Clothe 11.10 CBS New Feature 11.15 WHP Caplan's Pared of Band 11.30 CBS Blue Barron Orch. 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.03 CBS Vaughn Monro Orch. 12.30 CBS - Jerry Wald Orch. 12.5S WHP New Summary 1.00 WHP Sign - off of October 6 OCTOBER 6 5.00 CBS Prudential Family Hour 1.30 CBS Jean Sablon, Songs I 5.45 CBS Wm. L. Shlerer. Newt Williams Shaving Cream , EVENING 8.00 CBS Adventures of Ozrle and HarrietInternational Silver 8.30 CBS Kate Smith Sings Posture 7.00 CBS Gene Autry Show Wrlgley Chewing Gum T.30 CBS Blondie Super Buds 8.00 CBS Adventures of Sam Spade wuaroot Co. 8.30 CBS Crime Doctor Philip Morris 8.55 CBS Med Calmer, News Parker Pen 9.00 CBS The Campbell Room, starring Hildegarde 9.30 CBS The Eddie Bracken , Show Texaco 10.00 CBS Take It Or Leave It Ever. sharp Pens and Pencil 10.30 CBS - We, The People Gulf 11.00 WHP New Ahead of the HeadlinesDavid's Clothes 11.10 CBS News Feature 11.15 CBS United Nations' Report 11.30 WHP Music You Know i 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.05 CBS Blue Barron Orch. 12.30 CBS Duke Ellington Orch. 12.55 WHP News Summary 1.00 WHP Sign - off. OCTOBER 7 3.35 WHP Rehabilitation Story 3.45 WHP Sing Along Club 4.00 CBS House Party General Electric 4.25 WHP News Report Aunt Nellie's Product 4.30 CBS Hollywood Jackpot Anacin, Kolynos 3.00 WHP News Reports 5.05 WHP So the Story Goes 5.15 WHP Matty Malneck Orch. 9.30 WHP Mitchell Grand and Song Stylists Bowman's 5.45 WHP Lum & Abner Alka - Seltxer EVENING 6.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Marketer 6.05 WHP News Analysis Studebaker corp. 6.10 WHP Spotlight en Sports Trim nair ionic 6.15 WHP Republican State Committee 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Sty letex Clothe 6.43 CBSRobert Trout With the News Til Now Campbell'a Sous 7.09 CBS Mystery of the Week Ivory soap 7.15 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS The Bob Hawk Show Camel Cieareti 8.00 CBS Inner Sanctum Bromo - Seltzer 8.30 CBS The Joan Davis Show Swan Soap 8.55 CBS Bill Henry, News - Johns - Man - vllle 9.00 CBS Lux Radio Theatre Lux Soap at ruses 10.00 CBS Screen Guild Players Lady Esther 10.30 CBS Tonight on Broadway Ever - snaro (Schick) 11.00 WHP News Ahead of the Head lines David's ClothM 11.10 CBS News Feature 11.15 WHP Caplan's Parade of Bands 11.30 WHP Music for Midnight D'Ar tega orch. 12.00 CBS News Reoorts 12.05 CBS Buffalo Presents 12.30 CBS Randy Brooks Orch. 12.55 WHP News Summary 1.00 WHP Sign - off OCTOBER 8 3.45 WHP Treasury Salute "Bases Loaded" 4.00 CBS House Party 4.25 WHP News Reports Aunt Nellie' products 4.30 CBS Give and Take 5.00 WHP News Reports 5.05 WHP So the Story Goes 5.15 WHP Rehabilitation Program 5.30 WHP MitcneU Grand ana Song . .. .. oiyuaw oowmin - 1.43 WHP Lum and Abner Alka Seltier EVE NINO 6.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar - Keters 6.05 WHP News Analysis Studebaker Corp. 9.10 WHP Spotlight on Sport Trim nair ionic 6.15 WHP Music by Sweeten 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 CBS Robert Trout With the News . "ill Now Campbell a Souo 7.00 CBS - Mystery of the Week Ivory soap 7.15 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS American Melody Hour . . Bayer Aspirin 8.00 CBS Big Town Ironlzed Yeast 8.30 CBS Mel Blanc Show Colgate Tooth Powder 8.55 CBS Bill Henry, News Johns - Manviiie 9.00 CBS Vox Pop Linton's Tea 9.30 CBS Hollywood Players Crest Blanca :0.00 CBS Art h. Godfrey's Talent Scouts 10.30 WHP Longlne Symphonette Lon gme watches 11.00 WHP Newa Anead or the Head lines David's ciothM 11.10 CBS News Feature 11.13 WHP Caolan a Pararia f Ran. 11.30 WHP Mrs. T. D. Roosevelt Annual Freedom Award 11.45 CBS Henry King Orch. 12.00 CBS Newa 12.05 CBS Duke Ellington Orch. 12.30 CBS Elliott Lawrence Orch. 12.55 WHP N.ws Summary 1.00 WHP Sign - off FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 MOBNINO ' 6.00 WHP The Farm Front 6.30 WHP Sunrlsa Serenada 6.35 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar keters 7.00 WHP Wike Up Tim 7.15 WHP - New Bulletins . 7.23 WHP Wak Up Time Musie and Tim 7.4S WHP Bond' Breakfast Bulletin Bond Clothes 100 CBS Morning News Roundup Gll - oer snaving cream IIS CBS Th Three Trey 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.4S WHP Morning Devotion Harris - burg Ministerial Association 100 WHP New Reports National Biscuit Company . 8.15 CBS Danny O'Neil Singing In the Morning 10.00 CBS Joe Power, Horn Town Editor 10.30 CBS Th Strang Romance of Eve lyn winters sweetheart Soap 10.4S WHP Th Dally Digest Kingaa's Meet 11.00 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 11.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 11.30 WHP - Tlmo to Remember 11.45 CBS Rosemary Ivory Soap 12.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar keters 12.05 WHP Noonday News Aunt Nel lies products AFTBBNOON 111S WHP Phil Brito, Song Vick Chemical Co. 12.30 CBS Romance of Helm Trent Blsodol 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.13 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Crlsco 1.4S CBS Road of Life - Dua 100 CBS Th Second Mr. Burton La Franca and Satina 118 CBS Perry Mason Sple and Span 130 CBS Lone Journey C a r n a 1 1 o n Milk 148 WHP Kate Smith Post's. Bran 3.00 WHP - Matine Melodic 130 WHP News Reports Shoemaker's . Sea Food I Rodzinski Opens lew Philharmonic Series Over WHP Arthur Rodzinski. musical di rector of the New York Philharmonic - Symphony, inaugurates the orchestra's seventeenth broadcast season over the Columbia network Sunday, October 6 (WHP, J - 4.JU p. m.) The program con sists of the Bach - Bloomfield Toe cata ana iugue in c; major, Brahms' Symphony No. 2 in D major, and a concert version of William Schuman's ballet, "unaertow. The intermission will be de voted to a talk by Dr. Harvey iietcner, ptiysical research direc tor of Bell Telephone Laborator ies, whose topic is "The Science of Hearing." Schuman's "Undertow" might conceivamy Be subtitled "Freud Goes to the Ballet." In the words of its creator, Anthony Tudor and William Schuman, it "concerns itself with the emotional develop meni pi a transgressor." Starting with a baby boy neglected by its mother, the piece traces the course of a frustrated youne man rie nangs around the city's more sordid sections where he has a number of emotional experiences mat disturb him. He finally kills a women who has contributed to nis depravity. Punishment for his crime brings about the peace oi spirit ne nas been seeking. 'Family9 Guest Jeanette MacDonald, celebrated star of concert and the movies, is scheduled to be guest on Columbia network's "Family Hour" (WHP 5 p. m.) program Sunday, Oct. 13. Home Life Drama To De Aired Dy Mary Lee Taylor Mary Lee Taylor, Columbia's culinary expert, will combine a new program feature, "Story of the Week," with the regular "Recipe of the Week," starting wnn ner broadcast of Saturday (WHP, 10.30 - 11 a. m.). Mary Lee Taylor's broadcasts of tested recipes, tips on buying and storing foods, fuel - savine cookine methods, easy - to - fix meals and nutritionally sound menus will be augmented by a comoiete new dramatic story each week with a east of radio players. , Each "Story of the Week" will reflect the drama in American domestic life. For the first story Miss Taylor presents the drama of a young British war bride who came alone to her husband s home in America and took her place gallantly in a strange, new life. Miss Taylor, a native of St. Louis, has been broadcasting on home economics since 1933. Del King is the announcer, who alyo taste - tests the dishes prepared in Miss Taylor's experimental kit chen in St. Louis. Larry Haines "Young Dr. Malone" passes up desserts these days and is nostalgic about the fact that he weighed only 4 lbs. at birth. 135 WHP Rehabilitation Story 3.43 WHP Sing Along Club 4.00 CBS House Party General Zlec - trie 4.25 WHP News Reports Aunt Nellie's Products 4.30 CBS Hollywood Jackpot Anacin, noiynos S.OO WHP News Reports S.05 WHP So the Story Goes 8.1S WHP Matty Malneck Orch. 5.30 WHP Mitchell Grand and Song aiyuns Bowman's , 5.45 WHP Lum and Abner Alka seltzer IVENINO 100 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar keters 6.05 WHP News Analysis Studebaker . corp. 6.10 WHP Spotlight on Sports Trim Hair Tonle 6.1S WHP Republican Stat Committee 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 145 CBS Robert Trout With th News - Til Now Campbell's Soup 7.00 CBS Mystery of th Week Ivory soap 7.16 CBS - Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS Sparkle Time with Meredith Wilson Canada Dry 8.00 CBS Baby Snooks Show Jello aV Jello Pudding 130 CBS Adventures of th Thin Man Sank 8.58 CBS Bill Henry New Johns - . Manville S.OdcBS Ginny 81mm Show Borden's 8.30 CBS Durante - Moore Rexall Drugs 10.00 CBS It Pays to Be Ignorant Phil - Hp Morria Cigarettes 10.30 CBS Malsie Ann Sothern Zver - harp - Schlck 11.00 WHP New Ahead of th Head linesDavid's Clothes 11.10 CBS News Feature 11.18 WHP Caplan's Parade of Band 11.30 CBS Elliot Lawrence Orch. 13.00 CBS News Reports 12.0S CBS Claud Thornhlll Orch. 12.30 CBS Duke Ellington Orch. 12.58 WHP News Summary Ray lilland, Ann Todd, Co - Star on 'This Is Hollywood' Premiere Tonight Ray Milland and British actress Ann Todd are the stars in an adaptation of Miss Todd's movie hit, "The Seventh Veil," on the premiere broadcast of the new dramatic CBS New Finnegan .wsv.v.v.w. - .!s.vK - ; Screen comic Frank, McHugh has assumed the starring - role in CBS' Thursday "Phone Again Finnegan" light comedy series; on WHP at 10.30 p. m. E. & L. Barrymore With Fairbanks, Jr., Star on Screen Guild Players Ethel and Lionel Barrymore and Douglas Fairbanks. Jr., will play the leading roles in an adaptation of the famous James Barrie play, "The Old Lady Shows Her Medals" on CBS' "Screen Guild Players," Monday, October 7 (WHP, 10 - 10.30 p. m., from Hollywood). Ethel Barrymore, making her initial appearance with "Screen Guild Players," plays the role of the lonely cockney scrubwoman who pretends she has a hero son, picking the name of a soldier at random and writing to him. The soldier makes a surprise appear ance, to their mutual joy, and when ne departs, leaves her his medals and mementos which she proudly shows to her friends. Fairbanks plays the soldier - hero. Lionel is cast as the author doing the narration. Bill Lawrence produces and directs the program; Wilbur Hatch conducts the orchestra. Marion Shockley, star, and Bud Collyer, announcer, have decided to keep "Road of Life" in the family . . . Marion has just be' come Mrs. Collyer. ill Ut SKV ti ill h$sl h Ill rV I The Hard Way TT Ml - " ' - ' ' - ' - .vjgyMMaag - .vliw r, - . faH HHM This is a major operation for any grindstone, and it is a major operation for the producers, when it's time for the "Durante - Moore" show to go on CBS and WHP at 9.30 Friday night. The Nose and the Haircut have been on with their new show since September 13. They've been grinding them out with good results. SATURDAY, MORNING 6.00 WHP The Farm Front 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade ' 155 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Marketer 7.00 WHP Wake Up Tim 7.15 WHP News Reoorts 7.25 WHP Wak Up Time Musie and Time 7.45 WHP Bond' Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup 8.15 CBS The Three Trey 130 WHP Th Coronette 8.43 WHP Dr. Bookstaber 100 CBS News Reports 6.15 CBS The Garden Gate 130 WHP Helen McCauley. Pianist 8.45 WHP VFW Program 10.00 CBS Barnyard Follies 10.30 CBS Mary Lee Taylor Pet Milk 11.00 CBS Warren Sweeney News Cur. iiss canoy 11.05 CBS "Let'a Pretend1 Cream of Wheat 11.30 CBS Give end Take Chef Boy - ar - Dee Foods 12.00 CBS Theatre of Today Armstrong vuaaer nugs AFTBBNOON 12.30 CBS Star Over Hollywood Deri - Rich Products 1.00 CBS - Grand Central Station Ptllj - bury Mills 1.30 CBS County Filr Borden's 100 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Marketers 2.03 WHP Eddie Miller Orch. 2.30 CBS Football Game WHP Daytime 6.S5 A.M. Esso Reporter 7.1S A.M. News Reports 7.4S A.M. Breakfast Bulletin 8.00 A.M. News of the World 9.00 A.M. Nine o'clock New 12.00 A.M. Esso Reporter 12.03 A.M Noonday New 3.30 P.M. Newa Reporta 4.25 P.M. Newe Report 5.00 PJd. New Report SUNDAYS These MwMt augment th dolly times! 6.00 A M Esso Reporter I 105 P.M. Sunday Edition 11.00 A.M. News Reports 1 l.oo FJ& Esso Reporter series, "This Is Hollywood," Sat - urday, October 5 (WHP, 10.15 - 10.45 p. m.). A special musical score by Adolph Deutsch will be an integral part of the drama. uedda Hopper, one of filmland s leading syndicated columnists, is emcee for "This Is Hollywood." A psychological drama. "The Seventh Veil" tells the story of an orphaned girl who. through the strict discipline of her guardian, becomes an outstanding concert pianist The rigors of conce'r - tizing bring on a series of mental complexities and her brilliant career is cut short through loss of self - confidence in her talent. A surprising climax reveals the true nature of her psychosis. As in the movie version, the music will be an important part of the drama. Conductor Deutsch will use Beethoven's "Pathetique" and some of his own original music as a motivating force in the plot. Deutsch is a veteran movie musical director, having composed more than fifty film scores. "This Is Hollywood" is produced by Frank Woodruff; scripts art by Bill Hampton. II. Marshall Is "Star Time" Host Herbert Marshalll becomes the regular host on Columbia's "Hollywood Star Time," coincident with his appearance as the guest star in an adaptation of the movie "Intermezzo," Saturday, October 5 (WHP - CBS, 8 - 8.30 p. m., from Hollywood). Marshall will appear on "Hollywood Star Time" each week, Introducing the stars and stories he has selected for the program. In "Intermezzo," Marshall por trays the violinist, a married man in love with the girl who is his piano accompanist. The dismay and bewilderment both experience when they realize their ro mance threatens the peace and se curity of the musician's wife and children, leads to gripping climax. The late Leslie Howard and In - grid Bergman starred in the movie version. "I'm afraid you wouldn't care much for Jimmy," said Garry Moore to vocalist Suzanne Ellers on CBS' "Durante - Moore Show." "You see, he's the outdoor type." rne outdoor type?" Quizzed Suzanne. "Yeah," Durante chimed in. "Partly because I like fresh air and partly because nobody ever invites me in." OCTOBER 12 4.30 CBS The Chicagoans 5.00 CBS Philadelphia Orch, KVSNINO 100 WHP Esso Marketer 6.05 WHP New Analysis Studebaker Corp. 6.10 WHP Spotlight on Sport 6.15 WHP Music by Sweeten 6.80 WHP Radio New Extrafftyletea Clothes 6.45 CBS Larry Lesueur and th New 7.00 CBS Sweeney and March Comedy Program 7.30 CBS Th Vaughn Monro Show Carnal 8.00 CBSHollywood Startim Frlgi - dair 8.30 CBS Mayor of th Town Noxsama 8.55 CBS Ned Calmer, News Parker Qutnk 100 CBS "Hit Parade" Lucky Strike Clgaret 8.45 WHP Longlne Symphonette ion gine Watches 10.15 CBS This Is Hollywood Camay Soap 10.45 WHP "Just Jasi" 11.00 CBS Ned Calmer, New 11.10 WHP - Sports Report 11.13 WHP - Shep Fields' Orch. 11.30 CBS Randy Brooks Orch. Ji Tym - phany Flv 13.00 CBS - Nwa 12.05 CBS Dean Hudson Orch. 12.30 CBS - Les Xlgart Orch. 13.53 WHP Newa Summary 1.00 WHP Sign - off NEWSCAST TIMES DAILT Night Tin 6.00 P.M. Esso Reporter 6.03 P.M. WHP New Analysi 6.30 P31 Radio New Extra 6.45 P.M. The World Today 185 PM. News Commentator 11.00 P.M News Ahead of th Headline 11.10 P.M. News Analysi 12.00 MID. News Report 1158 FM. News Report 1.4S PAL Howard K. Smith, Newa 1.00 WHP Sign - off v .. 1

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