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17 VAUGHN MONROE PREMIERE TONIGHT ON WHP HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Harrisburg, Pa., sAl October 12, 1W Ellery Queen Resumes Mystery Show Every Wednesday, Riierv Queen, radio's oldest and most prominent sleuth, has resumed his tjhenomenal standing radio murders over at 7.30: Ellery is a veteran mystery writer as well as a competent radio script writer. His was one of the first mystery shows that offered audience participa tion and for that reason enjoyed a top listening rating from its in ception. Ellery is assisted by his able secretary, Nikki Porter, his father, mythical head of the Homicide De partment and Sgt. Veile. Sgt. Veile is perhaps the only man in the world who made a career out or crime and never solved a murder. This week on Wednesday night (7.30.) John Carradine, long, slim lead ing heavy of the screen, currently on Broadway in the historical drama. "The Duchess of Malfi," will put his deductive powers to the test as armchair detective lor Ellery Queen in "The Adventure of the Woman Who Died Several Times." There's a motely cast in the gen tleman sleuth's mystery two White Russians, a literary critic, the richest young man in America and Michele Morel, a woman who dies over and over again, and always lives to tell the tale. Pretty Nikki Porter, secretary assistant to the master detective, puts her head close to Ellery's and the two fit together all the pieces of the puzzle, except one. Then Michele dies once too often and the riddle is solved. Berlin, Rathbone, Hildegarde Guests Basil Rathbone, currently itar - ring in the new Broadway play "Obsession"; Irving Berlin, famed composer whose life story is told In the forthcoming movie. "Blue Skies"; Tito Guizar, popular Mexican singer, and Dave Apol - lon, virtuoso of the mandolin, are ringside guests in "The Campbell Room Starring Hildegarde" on the Columbia network Sunday, October 13 (WHP, 9 - 9.30 p. m.). This array of talent for the second broadcast of the new series on CBS promises to provide Hildegarde listeners with as gay a half - hour of comedy, repartee and song as marked the premiere last Sunday night. Paul Baron's orchestra provides the musical background for Hildegarde's songs. Resistance Eddie Bracken weakens readily under the spell of Connie Monahan (Ann Rutherford) on "The Eddie Bracken Show," CBS' new Sunday comedy series. For that matter, he also weakens in the ominous presence of Connie's father, who takes a dark view of Eddie. WEDNESDAY, HOSNINO 100 WHP Th rarra FWol .SO WHP Sunris Sercnad .85 WHP Ewo Reporter Zsso Uar - ktera 7.00 WBP - Wak Up Tim 7.1S WHP News Bulletins T.2S WHP Wak Up Tim Musie and Tiro 1.45 WHP Bond's BresMast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup Glider Shavinf Cream (.IS CBS Th Three Trey 1.30 CBS Coffee Club 145 WHP Catholic Hour 100 W3P News Reports Natl J Biscuit company 9.15 CBS Danny O'Neil Singing in th Morning 10.00 CBS Jo Powers. Home Town Editor 10.30 CBS Th Strange Romance of Eve lyn winters sweetheart soan 10.45 WHP The Daily Digest Klngan'a Meats 11.00 CBS Arthur Godfrey Tim 11.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Tim 11.30 WHP Tun to Remember 11.45 CBS Rosemary Ivory Snow 13.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Marketer 11.05 WHP Noonday New Aunt Nellie' Product AFTERNOON HIS WHP Phil Brito. Song Vlck Chemical Co. 13.30 CBS Romano of Bilen Treat Bisodol 1145 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anada 1.00 CBS Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 CBS - Ma Perkins Oxydol LW CBS Young Doctor Malone Crlseo 1.45 CBS Road of Li - Due 100 CBS Th Second Mr. Burton Larrano A Satina 1.15 CBS Perry Mason Spl and Span 130 CBS Lone Journey Carnation Milk 145 WHP - Kate Smith - Post's Brsn 100 WHP Matlne Melodic 115 WHP Matin Melodic 130 WHP New Report Shoemaker's tea Food 7:30 P. EI on VilIP reductions and analysis of out WHP every Wednesday night Birthday Girl Evelyn MacGreior is. contralto star of CBS' "American Melody Hour" (WHP 7.30 p. m.) which has its fifth anniversary Tuesday, October 22. Bennett, Brent, Men jou Star on "Screen Guild" Joan Bennett, George Brent and Adolph Meniou play the starring roles in the "Screen Guild Play ers" adaptation of "Experiment Perilous," a psychological N melo drama, Monday, October 14 (WHP, 10 - 10.30 p. m., JSST. rrom Hollywood). The story concerns a doctor who is called in to help a sup posedly mentally ill woman; Her solicitous husband provides the clue to the disorder and the real natient. Bill Lawarence produces and directs; Wilbur Hatch conducts the orchestra. Lilting Lyrics Most embarrassing moment in the career of Harriet Hilliard came during a guest appearance on Bing Crosby's show several years ago. Just as the star of "Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" was set to launch into a song, a gentle breeze wafted across the stage, picked the lyrics from her hand and carried them 20 feet away. "You should have seen that Crosby sprint!" smiles Harriet. Receding OCTOBER 16 345 WHP Enrol Garner, Piano 3.45 WHP "Women Leaders of Tomorrow" 4.00 CBS House Party General Electric 4.35 WHP New Reports Aunt Nellie's Products 130 CBS Hollywood Jackpot Anacin, Kolynos 5.00 WHP News Report 5.05 WHP So th Story Coca ' 5.15 WHP Matty Malneck Orch. 130 WHP Mitchell Grand and Song eiyusia oowman 5.45 WHP - Here's to Veterans Prank Sinatra EVENING 8.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Marketer I.0S WHP New Analysis Studebaker (.orp. .10 WHP Spotlight on Sport Trim Hair Tonic IIS PAN Republican State Committee .30 WHP Radio New Extra Styletex uoines 145 CBS Robert Trout With th News Til Now Campbell's Soup 7.00 CBS Mystery of th Week - t - Ivory Soap T.13 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS Ellery Queen Anacin 100 CBS Jack Carson Show Campbell soup 130 CBS Jean Hersholt a "Dr. Chris tian" Vaaelln Preparation 155 CBS Bill Henry. News Johns - ManvUle 100 CBS Frank Sinatra Show Old Golds 130 CBS Ford Show starring Dinah snore Ford Motor Co. 10.00 CBS Academy Award Theatre Squibb Products 10.30 CBS Information Pleas Parker Pen 11.00 WHP News Ahead of th Headlines llSi: HSisl;ti:iip Villi lvvyy.Av..Jv.:': uavia s ciowes 11.10 CBS New Feature 11.15 WHP - Caplan's Parade of Band 11.30 CBS Invitation to Musie 13.00 CBS New Report 1105 CBS Claud ThornhlU Orch. 13.30 CBS Guy Lombardo Orch. HM WHP New aummary 1.00 WHP - Sign - ofi M Robert Trout flews Series on Full CDS network "Robert Trout With the News Till Now" is now being broadcast on the full Columbia network. The program was launched on April 1, 1946, on a limited number of CBS stations (WHP, Monday through Friday, 6.45 - 7 p. m.) With more than 15 years' ex perience, Trout is one or. radio s most capable and best - known news men. His long career has been marked by coolness under strain and for his objective ap proach. He is familiar to millions of listeners because of his many radio achievements, such as his work on D - Day, during which he went to the microphone 35 times in 24 hours, his covering of Pres ident Roosevelt's death and his war - reporting record. Trout was born in Wake County, North Carolina, on October 15, 1908. and in his more than 15 years on the air, he has broadcast from many countries, interviewed thousands of people; he has re ported irom the depths of a strike' bound coal mine and from tne center of blitzed London yet, he has never missed a cue. On his present assignment, Trout has at his disposal a worldwide staff of correspondents, the facilities of leading wire services along with his own research and writing stall. 'Sparkle Time9 Meredith Willson, one of radio's veteran orchestra leaders, who has wielded the baton on many outstanding radio shows, is now the feature attraction on "Sparkle Time," a new musical beard every Friday night at 7.30 on WHP under the sponsorship of a well known "Bubble Water" Company. "The Tenth Clue" Next Sam Spade Mystery on WHP "The Tenth Clue" will be the mystery solved by Dashiell Ham - mett's favorite sleuth on "The Adventures of Sam Spade," on Sunday, October 13, at 8 p. m., over WHP. Howard Duff is star red in the part of Sam Spade. Murderers have traditionally sought to commit the perfect crime by leaving no clues. They are nearly always caught by overlooking one insignificant clue. In "The Tenth Clue," Sam Spade is confronted by a case In which the criminal seeks to commit the perfect crime by purposely leaving nine clues that will divert any possible suspicion from himself. Lieutenant Dundy, of the homicide squad, is disgusted when Spade proves the falsity of the clues the police officer, has so gleefully gathered. Sam, however, knows the key to the murder lies in the false clues. In a startling piece of deduction, he assembles the nine false clues in such a way that they form a tenth clue that points unerringly to the culprit. THUESDAY, MORNING .00 WHP Th Farm Front .30 WHP Sunrb Serenade 155 WHP Esso Rportr Esso Marketers 7.00 WHP Wake Up Time 7J5 WHP New Bulletin 7.25 WHP - Wak Up Time Musie and Time 7.4S WHP Bond' Breakfast Bulletin Bond Clothe 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup Glider Shsving Cream ' IIS CBS Rambling With Rand 130 CBS Coffee Club 145 WHP Morning Devotion 0.00 WHP New Report National Biscuit Company 113 CBS Danny O'Neil Singing In th Morning 10.00 CBS Jo Powers, Home Town Editor 10.30 CBS Th Strang Romance ot Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 WHP Th Dally Digest 11.00 CBS Arthur Godfrey Tim 11.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 11.30 WHP - Tlme to Remember 11.43 CBS Rosemary Ivory Soap " 13.00 WHP Emo Reporter Esso Marketer 13.03 WHP Noonday New Aunt Nellie's Product AFTIBNOON 111S WHP 8 pad Cooley's Band 1130 CBS Romance of Helen Treat Kolynoc 13.43 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anada 1.00 CBS Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 CBS Ma Perklns - rOxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Crlseo 1.43 CBS Road of Life Dus 100 CBS Th Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance at Satina US CBS Perry Mason Splo and Spaa 130 CBS Lone Journey Friskie's Dog Food 145 WHP - Kate Smith Post' Braa 3.00 WHP Matinee Melodic 115 WHP Matinee Melodic 130 WHP News Report Shoemaker's Sea Food 1 ( ; : s WHP PROGRAM SCHEDULE For thev Week SUNDAY. MORNING 8.M) CBS Morning News Roundup Gil - der Shaving Cream 8.13 WHP Christian Science Program 8.30 CBS Carolina Calling 9.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Marketers 9.0S WHP Chapel Singer 9.19 CBS E. Power Biggs. Organist 9.45 CBS - iChoir Practice 10.00 CBS Church of the Air 11.00 CBS Warren Sweeney, News Curtisa Candy 11.03 CBS Wings over Jordan 11.15 CBS Wings over Jordan 11.30 WHP Market Square Presbyterian Church AFTERNOON 12.15 WHP Report from Wash. Kunkel l.oo Witp Esso Reporter Esso Mar - keters 1.03 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 1.15 WHP Paul Barron & Orch. 1.30 WHP Paul Barron & Orch.' 1.45 CBS Eric Sevareid 2.00 WHP People's Platform 2.30 WHP Albert Sack & Orch. 2.53 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, MOKNTN& 8.00 WHP The Farm Front 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade 6.55 WHP Esso Reporter Esse Mar keter 7.00 WHP Wake Up Tim , 7.15 WHP News Bulletin 7.25 WHP Wake Up Time Musie and Time 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup Gli der shaving Cream 8.15 CBS The Three Trey 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions Harrls - burg Ministerial Association 9.00 WHP New Reports National Bis - - cult company 9.15 CBS Danny O'Neil Singing in the Morning 10.00 CBS Joe Powers, Home Town Editor 10.30 CBS The Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soan 10.45 WHP The Dally Digest Klngaa'a meats 11.00 CBS Arthur Godfrey Tim 11.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 11.30 WHP Time to Remember 11.45 CBS Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar keters 12.05 WHP Noonday New Aunt Nel lie Products AFTERNOON 12.15 WHP Phil Brito. Songs Vick Chemical Co. f 12.30 CBS Romance ot Helen Trent Bisodol 12.43 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anada 1.00 CBS Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Crlseo 1.45 CBS Road of Life Dus 2.00 CBS The Second Mrs. Burton - La France & Satina 2.15 CBS Perry Mason Sole and Span 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, MOBNINQ 6.00 WHP The Farm Front 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade 6.55 WHP Esso Reporter Esse Mar keters 7.00 WHP Wake Up Time 7.15 WHP News Bulletins 7.25 WHP Wake Up Time Music and Time. 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup Glider Shaving Cream 8.15 CBS Rambling with Rand 6.30 CBS Coffee Club 8 4S WHP Morn Ins Devotions 9.00 WHP News Reports Nations - 1 Biscuit Company 9.15 CBS Danny O'Neil Singing in the Morning !0.00 CBS Joe Powers, Home Town Editor 10.30 CBS The Stranra Romance ot Eve lyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 WHP The ualiy Digest 11.00 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 11.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 11.30 WHP Time to Remember 11.43 CBS Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar keters 12.05 WHP Noonday News Aunt Nellie' Product AFTERNOON 12.15 WHP SDada Cooley's Band 12.30 CBS Romance ot Helen Trent Kolynos 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anactn 1.00 CBS Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.13 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor MaloneCrisoo 1.43 CBS Road ot Life Dus 2.00 CBS The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance It Satina 2.15 CBS Perry Mason Spie and Span 2.30 CBS Lone Journe y Carnation Milk 2.43 WHP Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.00 WHP Matinee Melodic 3.15 WHP Matinee Melodies 3.30 WHP News Reports Shoemaker Sea Foods 3.35 WHP David Snoop Piano Moods OCTOBER 17 3.35 WHP David Snoop Piano Mood 3.45 WHP Treasury Salute "The Raggedy Man" 4.00 CBS House Psrty 4.25 WHP News Report Aunt Nellie's Products 4.30 CBS Give and Take 4.45 CBS Give and Take ' 5.00 WHP News Reports 5.05 WHP So the Story Go 115 WHP Curt Master S.30 WHP Mitcnell Grand and Song 8ty lists Bowman's 5 43 WHP Lum and Abner Alka Seltzer EVINTNO t.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esse Mar - keters 105 WHP News Analyst Stud baker Corp. 110 WHP SpoUlght on Sport Trim Hair Tonic .IS WHP Music by Sweeten 130 WHP Radio New Extra Styletex Clothe 145 CBS Robert Trout With th News Til Now Campbell' Soup 7.00 CBS Mystery of th Week Ivory Soap 7.1S CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol T.JO CBS Mr. Keen, Tracer ot Lost Person Kolynos Tooth Past 100 CBS Suspense Roma Win 130 CBS FBI tn Pac t War Lava Soap 15S CBS Bill Henry, News Johnc Manvill 100 CBS The Dick Haymes Show Electrlo Auto - Lit .30 CBS Casey Crime Photographer An c nor uocxing out 10.00 CBS Reader's Digest Radio EditionHallmark Card 10.30 CBS That' Finnegan , 11.00 WHP New Ahead ot th Headline David' Clothe 11.10 CBS News Feature 11.13 WHP - Caplan's Parade of Band 11.30 CBS Blue Barron Orch. 13.00 CBS New Reports 13.05 CBS Vaughn Monro Orch. 13.30 CBS - Jerry Wald Orch. U3S WHP News Summary 1.00 WHP Sign - off , of October 13 OCTOBER 13 5.00 CBS Prudential Family Hour 5.30 CBS Jean Sablon, Songs 8.45 CBS Wm. L. Shierer. New Wil - llama Shaving Cream EVENING 8.00 CBS Adventures of Oszle and Har riet International Silver 8.30 CBS Kate Smith Sings Postum 7.00 CBS Gene Autry Show Wrtgley Chewing Gum , T.JO CBS Blondie Super Suds 8.00 CBS Adventures of Sam Spade wildroot Co. 8.30 CBS Crime Doctor Philip Morris 8.35 CBS Ned Calmer. News Parker Pea 9.00 CBS The Campbell Room, starring HUdegarde 9.30 CBS The Eddie Bracken Show Texaco 10.00 CBS Take It Or Leave It Ever - sharp Pen and Pencil 10.30 CBS We. The People Gulf ' U.00 WHP News Ahead ot the Bead lines David' Clothe 11.10 CBS News Feature 11.15 CBS United Nations' Report 11.30 CBS Music You Know 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 14 3.35 WHP Errol Garner, Piano 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 Mattv Malnsolr WK 5.30 WHP Mitchell Grand and Song Stylists Bowman's 5.45 WHP Lum tc Abner Alka - Seltzer EVENING 6.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar keter 6.03 WHP News Analysis Studebaker Com. 6.10 WHP Spotlight en Sport Trim Hair Tonic 6.15 PAN Governor Martin 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.43 CBS Robert Trout With the News Til Now Campbell's Soun 7.00 CBS Mystery of the Week Ivory soap 7.15 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7 JO CBS The Boh Hawk Show Camel Cigarets 8.00 CBS Inner Sanctum Bromo - Seltzer 8.30 CBS The Joan Davis Show Swan Soap - 8.55 CBS Bill Henry, News Johns - Man. ville 9.00 CBS Lux Radio Theatre Lux Soap 4c riaxes 10.00 CBS Screen Guild Player Lady Esther 10.30 CBS Tonight on Broadway Ever - sharp (Schick) 11.00 WHP News Ahead ot the HeadlinesDavid's Clothes 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 Report 12.05 CBS Henry King Orch. 12.30 CBS Les Elgart Orch. 12.55 WHP News Summary 1.00 WHP Sign - off OCTOBER 15 3.45 WHP Treasury Salute "October Omnibus" 4.00 CBS House Party 4.25 WHP News Reports Aunt Nellie's Products 4.30 CBS Give and Take 5.00 WHP News Reports 5.05 WHP So the Story Goes 5.15 WHP Curt Massey 5.30 WHP Mitchell Grand and Bong siyusis isowman s 8.43 WHP Lum and Abner Alka Seltzer EVENING 6.00 WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar keters 6.05 WHP News Analysis Studebaker Corp. 6.10 WHP Spotlight on Sports Trim Hair, Tonic 6.15 WHP Music by Sweeten 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.43 CBS Robert Trout With the News Til Now Campbell's Soup 7.00 CBS Mystery of the Week Ivory aoap 7.13 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7J0 CBS American Melody Hour ayer Aspirin 8.00 CBS Big Town Ironlxed Yeast 8.30 CBS Mel Blanc Show Colgate Tooth Powder 8.33 CBS Bill Henry. News Johns - Manvllle 9.00 CBS Vox Pop Llpton's Tea 9.30 CBS Hollywood Flayers - C rests Blanca 10.00 CBS Arth. Godfrey's Talent Scouts 10.30 WHP Longine Symphonette Lon - sine watcnes U.00 WHP News Anead ot the Head lines David's Clothes 11.10 CBS News Feature 11.13 WHP Caplan's Parade of Band 11.30 WHP Open Hearing 11.45 CBS Henry King Orch. 12.00 CBS News 12.05 CBS Vaughn Monroe Orch. 12.30 CBS Sammy Kay Orch, 12.55 WHP News Summary 1.00 WHP Sign - off FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 MORNING .00 WHP Th Farm Front 130 WHP Sunrise Serenade . .35 WHP Esso Reporter Ease Marketers 7.00 WHP Wake Up Tim 7.15 WHP New Bulletin 7.35 WHP Wake Up Time Musie and Tim 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 100 CBS Morning New' Roundup Glider Shaving Cream 115 CBS Th Three Trey 130 CBS Coffee Club 145 WHP Morning Devotion Harrl - burg Ministerial AssociaUoa 100 WHP New Report National Biscuit Company 115 CBS Danny O'Neil Singing In th Morning 10.00 CBS Jo Powers, Horn Town Editor 10.30 CBS Th Strang Romance of Eve - lyn Winter Swectnesrt Soap 10.45 WHP Th Dally Digest Klngaa'a Meat 11.00 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 11.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 11.30 WHP Time to Remember 11.45 CBS Rosemary Ivory Soap 13.00 WHP Esso Reporter Ess Marketer 13.03 WHP Noonday News - Aunt Mel. lie's Product AFTIBNOON 111S WHP Phil Brito. Seng Vick Chemical Co. 1130 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Bisodol 1145 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Big Sister Ivory Soap LIS CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Crlseo L4S CBS Road ot Life Dus 100 CBS The Second Mr. Burton LaFrance and Satina 115 CBS Perry Mason tTpl and Spaa 3.30 CBS Lone Journey C arnatlon Milk 145 WHP Kate Smith Post' Braa 3.00 WHP Mitinee Melodic 130 WHP New Reports Shoemaker's See rood Talented Polish Pianist Guest of N. Y. Philharmonic Maryla Jonas is the New York Philharmonic - Symphony's soloist in the Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major, over the Co lumbia network, Sunday afternoon, October 13 (WHP, 3 - 4.30 p. m.. EST). Sharing program honors will be Manuel Rosenthal's "Mu - sique de Table," which receives its American radio premiere on this occasion Artur Rodzinski conducts the program, which includes also weoer s "JEuryantne" uverture. Miss Jonas is the Polish nianiat. whose unheralded New York debut last season created a sensation in musical circles, though her pre war career on the Ctntinent hart been a brilliant one. beirun as a child nrodiev under the aeeis nf Paderewski. She and her family uvea inrougn tne nightmare siege of Warsaw in cellars and rubble piles. Ultimately she eluded the authorities, walked most of the way irom Warsaw to Berlin and escaDed to Brazil. A comnlete nhv. sical collapse left her unwilling 10 piay again, out Artur Rubinstein, by means of a kindly ruse, Drougnt aDout ner return to con cert life. Manuel Rosenthal, head tho Drencn mtional Radio Orchestra, nas a similarly spectacular back ground. Dual Role Edward G. Robinson will be heard in a dual role, as Edward G. Robinson and "The Man Who Wanted to Be Edward G. Robinson," when he stars on "Suspense," radio's "theatre of thrills," Thursday, October 17, at 8 p. m, over Station WHP. The story concerns a henpecked husband who emulates Robinson in his day dreams. lost Weekend" Author Guest on "Information" Charles Jackson, author of "The Lost Weekend," whose newest book, "The Fall of Valor," was reviewed by Clifton Fadiman in a New York newspaper, and Oscar Levant will be the guests on "In formation Please" Wednesday, October 16, at 9.30 p. m., EST, over WHP. Clifton Fadiman, master of ceremonies, Franklin P, Adams and John Kieran, regular members of the board of experts, will be present as usual. In between answering brain twisters sent in by the radio au dience. Author Jackson - will ex change comments on his new book with its reviewer, Mr. Fadiman. In passing judgment upon "The Fall of valor," which like its predecessor, "The Lost Weekend," deals with a sick mind, Fadiman wrote "its prime quality is not sensationalism but honesty." This is Oscar Levant's second appearance on "Information Please" this year and the master of the barbed remark expects to be in good form. 3.3S WHP Errol Garner, Piano 3.45 WHP Sing Along Club 4.00 CBS House Party General Bee - trie 4.35 WHP New Reports - Aunt Nellie's Product 4.30 CBS Hollywood Jackpot Anacin, Koiynos 5.00 WHP News Report S.05 WHP So th Story Goes 115 WHP Matty Malneck Orch. 5.30 WHP Mitchell Grand and ' Song sty una Bowman I.4S WHP Lum and Abner Alka Seltzer EVENING (.Ot WHP Esso Reporter Esso Mar keters 105 WHP New Analysis Studebaker Corp. lit WHP Spotlight on Sport Trim nair Tonic 115 PAN Republican State Committee 130 WHP Radio New Extra Styletex Clothes 145 CBS Robert Trout With th News Til Now Campbell' Soup 7.00 CBS Mystery ot th Week Ivory Soap 7.1S CBS - Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS Sparkl Tim with Meredith Wilson Canada Dry 100 CBS Baby Snooks Show JeHo A JeUo Pudding 130 CBS Adventure of th Thin Man Sanaa US CBS Bill Henry New Johns - adanvuie 100 CBS Ginny Slmms Show Borden's 130 CBS Durant Moor Rexail Drugs 10.00 CBS It Pays to Be Ignorant Phillip Morris Cigarette 10.30 CBS Mslsie Ann Sothern Ever - sharp - Scbick 11.00 WHP News Ahead of th Had line David' Clothe 11.10 CBS New Feature 11.15 WHP - Caplan's Partd of Band 11.30 CBS Sammy Kay Orch. U.00 CBS New Ttcporta 13.03 CBS Claude Thomhlll Orch. 13.30 CBS Duke Ellington Orch. list WHP News Summary 1.00 WHP - ign - off i f ; ' i Shirley Dooth, Oscar Levant Guests Of Dand Leader on Vaughn Monroe and his land" begin a new halfhour variety program, "The Vaughn Monroe Show," on the Columbia network, Saturday, October Frances Brent Eileen Palmer, newcomer to the cast of "Road Of Life," plays the role of Frances Brent, hard, bitter and callous wife of young Butch Brent. "Road Of Life" is heard Monday through Friday over WHP at 1.45 p. m. "Blood on the Sun" Next "Academy" Show John Garfielrl will nlav hp starring role of the Ampriran newspaper editor in pre - Pearl xiarDor japan, in tne "Oscar - winning spy thriller, "Blood on the Sun." on the "Academv Award" program, Wednesday, October 16, at lo p. m., 5T, over WHP. Garfield breaks a stnrv in iht Tokyo Chronicle that Japanese militarists nave authored a plan to conquer the United States. A Yankee reDorter tries tn smuggle out the plan but is mur dered Dy Japs, who hush the killing and frame Garfield into silence. With the aid of a Chinesp - American girl, however, the American ions tne flips. "Blood on the Sun." a William Caenev nrodurtinn whir - h rn - starred James Cagney and Sylvia aianey, won a 1845 "Oscar." Glossary Jack Meakin. new musical fli rector on "The Joan Davis Show, uses wacky words to descrihe tain musical effects such as "slurp" for saxophone glissandos ana "twiaaietwats" lor string fig ures. ! iS4 I Movie Memory Pays Off 1 - r '" t ' Ssf 1(7, ; Ail .iL..v r.A - ' una Mi v ., U - : ... i '',fB lt There's many a puzzled brow as Kenny Dehnar dishes out questions on dialogue from hit movies every Monday, Wednesday and Friday on Columbia's "Hollywood Jackpot," WHP. 4.30 p. m. Delmar is tryinr out his technique here on pretty radio starlet Betty Gale. v . SATURDAY, MORNING 100 WHP Th Farm Front 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serened 135 WHP Ero Reporter Zsso Marketer 7.00 WHP Wak Up Tim 7.13 WHP News Reports 7.35 WHP Wake Up Time Musie and Tim 7.4S WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 100 CBS Morning News Roundup 115 CBS Th Three Treys - 130 CBS Step Weigand Trio ' 143 WHP Dr. Bookstabcr 100 CBS New Report t.lS CBS The Garden Gat S.30 WHP - Helen McCauley. Pianist 9.45 WHP - Blue Ridge Boys 10.00 CBS Barnyard Follies 10.30 CBS Mary Lee Taylor Pet Milk 11.00 CBS Warren Sweeney New Cur. tiss canay 11.03 CBS "Let's Pretend' Cream ot Wheat 11.30 CBS Give and Take Chef Boy - ar - Dee Foods 12 00 CBS Theatre of Today Armstrong Quaker Rugs AFTERNOON 13.30 CBS Start Over Hollywood Da rl - Rich Products LOO CBS Grand Central Station Pills - bury Mills 1.30 CBS County Fair Borden' 100 WHP Esse Reporter Esao Mar keter 3.0S CBS Alabama vs. Tennessee 3.00 CBS News. Football Cont'd WHP Daytla 155 A.M. Esse Reporter 7.1S A.M. News Report 7.4S A.M. Breakfast Bulletin 100 A.M. News of th World 100 A.M. Nine e'Clock New 13.00 A.M. Esso Reporter 13.05 A.M. Noonday New 3.30 P.M. New Reports 4.35 P.M. New Report . t 100 PJL New Reports ' UN These 100 A.M. Esse Reporter 11.00 AJt New Reports 1.00 r Jt - ssso Reporter Premiere Tonight "most - talked - of band in the 12 (WHP, Saturday, 7.30 - 8 p.m., EST. Reb. at 9 p. m.) Each week Monroe will be host to two guest entertainers. Comedienne Shirley Booth and Oscar Levant are the first guests. Monroe, handsome young bari tone, will feature vocals as well as instrumental selections. He will be assisted by vocalist Betty Norton and the Moon Maids quin tet, comprising Maree Lee, Mary Jo Thomas, Hilda Cunningham, Arline Truax and Kathryne Myatt. The bandleader was born in Akron, Ohio. While at Carnegie Tech to study engineering, he left to play trumpet for Jack Mars hand, Boston society bandleader. In 1937, he organized his own band. On the opening program, Mon roe, nis band, Miss Norton and the Moon Maids will be heard in spe cial arrangements of "Who Told You That Lie?" "Surrender," "There I've Said It Again," "Blue Skies," "They Say It's Wonderful" and "Doha' What Comes Naturally." Sponsor is R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company for Camels. Dacall & Bogart Lux Theatre Stars Hollywood's glamorous Laureen Bacall makes her debut on CBS "Lux Radio Theatre" Monday, Oc tober 14, when she and her hus band, Humphrey Bogart, recreate their starring roles of the movie "xo Have and Have Not." (WHP, 8 - 10 p. m. EST. From Holly wood). , Excitine adventures are numer ous in "To Have and Have Not" as Free French patriots and Vichy aanerents struggle for political power after the conquest of Frartce by Hitler. Most of the action takes place in the French Island of Mar tinique in the Caribbean. Boeart is cast as Harrv Morgan. touch, fearless skinner nf a small American cabin cruiser playing a dangerous game of intrigue with the two French factions. Mis Bacall plays the part of Marie, an adventure - loving American girl who falls in love with her swash buckling countryman. William Keighley produces and directs "Radio Theatre." Incidental music is arranged and con ducted by Lou Silers. OCTOBER 19 4.30 CBS The Chicagoan 3.00 CBS Syncopation Piece S.30 WHP Dick Jergen Orch. bTYEMINO .00 WHP Esso Marketer 6.05 WHP New Analysis Studebaktf Corp. 113 WHP SpoUlght on Sport (.30 WHP - Radlo New Extra Stylet Clothes .45 CBS Larry Lesueur and the New 7.00 CBS Sweeney and March Comedy Program 7.30 CBS Th Vaughn Monro Show Camels 100 CBS Hollywood SUrtlme Frist - dair 130 CBS Mayor ot th Town Noxiema 133 CBS Ned Calmtr, News Parker Qulnk 100 CBS "Hit Parade Lucky Strike Clgaret 9.4S WHP Longine Symphonette Longine Watches 10.15 CBS This Is Hollywood Camay Soap 10.45 WHP "Just Jars" 11.00 CBS Ned Calmer, New 11.10 WHP Sports Report 11.15 WHP Shep Fields' Orch. 11.30 CBS - Glen Gray Orch. 13.00 CBS New 12.0S CBS Gamer Benedict Orch. 1130 CBS Lei Elgart Orch. 1135 WHP New Summary 1.00 WHP Sign - off NEWSCAST TIMES DAILY Night Time .00 P.M. Emio Reporter 8.05 P.M. WHP New Analysis .30 PJ4. Radio New Extra .43 PJ& Th World Today 1M PJ& New Commentator U.00 P.M - News Ahead of th 11.10 P.M Nw Analyst 1100 Mm New Report 13.35 PL Mew Reports DAYS augment tne oauy times! I 1.0S P.M. Sunday Edition I 1.4S PJL - Howard K. Smith, Mew

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