Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on January 5, 1946 · Page 15
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HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Saturday, January 5, 1946 - NEW SHOWS,. NEW - STARS JOIN SGHEDU a 4 (LJl WMF It' 'Dob Hawk Show,' Quiz, Starts Monday, 7.30 P. F.I., VilIP A new comedv - auiz program, "The Bob Hawk Show," : . t keyed to a peacetime mooa, win oe miroaucea uy 4iup - master Bob Hawk over the Columbia network beginning January 7 (WHP, Mondays, 7.30 - 8 p. m.). The new show, brought to fruition after two years of intense Dlannina bv Hawk, succeeds his "Thanks to the Yanks" which was a popular success during the war years. . The quipmaster - became known to service men and women throughout the world who received thousands of cigarets given away through the wartime program. "The Bob Hawk Show," an or iginal idea by Hawk, is a lively audience participation program which will provide abundant fun. and laughter for both listeners and contestants. The quiz contest, ants will be drawn from the au dience and given cigarets and cash for correct answers to ques tions. . i Announcers Charlie Stark and Art Gentry will assist Hawk on the program. Peter Van Steeden conducts the orchestra. Arthur Godfrey Guest oPQueen' Arthur Godfrey, who has been dubbed "radio's one man blitz" and the "Huckleberry Finn of radio," will be Ellery Queen's guest armchair detective for "The Adventure of the Various Deaths of Mr. Frayne," Wednesday, Janu. ary 9, at 7.30 p. m., JtsT, over WHP. The deaths of Mr. Frayne prove again that nothing is what it seems in an Ellery Queen crime show Ivan Frayne was a distinguished novelist but his death is a bigger story than any he ever wrote in his lifetime. puzzler to the last, it gives the master sleuth one of his worst headaches as he unravels the curious case of Frayne and his "loving" family. The guest detective, Arthur Godfrey (WHP daily 9.15 a. m.) . is the "Peck's Bad Boy" of radio, , heckling his way to fame and fortune where many another would have fallen beside the microphone. He was so taken aback by the commercials handed him to read on a routine music! program that - he began heckling the sponsors and then sat back certain that he would be fired. Instead, the response was enormous and Godfrey was soon an institution in the nation's capital. - II You Like Calves v. - .; . ,,,, , . ,..v, ...j The calf on the leash is Phoebe, who's lifted every Saturday as a stunt on CBS' "County Fair" (WHP, Saturday, 1.30 p. m.), by Allan La Fever, 17 - year - old farm boy who's supposed to keep doing same till Phoebe's a cow. The other calves in this picture belongs to three Powers models. WEDNESDAY, MORNING 6.00 WHP The Farm Front 6.25 WHP News Roundup 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade 7.00 WHP Wake Up America 7.15 WHP News Bulletins Griffin Shoe Polish 7.25 WHP Wake Up America Music Time 7.45 WHP Bond's' Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup 8.15 CBS The Four Clubmen 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Catholic Hour 9.00 WHP News Reports National Biscuit Company 9.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 9.45 WHP Something to Talk About Chuck Acree Wildroot 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady Cheeri Oats 10.15 CBS The Light of the W o r 1 d Gold Medal Flour 10.30 CBS The Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 WHP Dick Winslow's Orchestra 11.00 CBS Amanda Energlne 11.15 CBS Seond Husband Bayer Aspirin 11.30 WHP Dennis Day, Songs M - 45 CBS Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories Spry 12.00 WHP Noonday News Aunt Nellie's Products AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS Big Sister Rinso 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Koiynos Bisodol 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Life Can Be Beautiful Ivory Flakes 1.15 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 CBS Road of Life Duz 3.00 CBS The .Second Mrs. Burton Maxwell House 2.15 CBS Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 CBS Rosemary Ivory Snow . 2.45 CBS Tena and TimOld Dutch Cleanser . 3.00 WHP Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.19 WHP Sweet Music Vick Chemical New CBS Comedy - ii . i. 3 J 1 - 6Lux9 Guest Van Johnson and Lizabeth Scott will co - star in, "You Came Along," the romantic story of a returning flyer, on the Lux Radio Theatre next Monday, January 7, at 9 p. m. over WHP. William Keighley is producer on radio's most popular dramatic program. "Request Performance" Stars Keenan Wynn, Lucille Ball, V. Borge Keenan Wynn and Lucille Ball of the films, Victor Borge. comedian, and the Andrews Sis ters, stars of their own CBS musical show, enter the starring lineup of Columbia's "Request Performance Sunday, January 6 (WHP, 9 - 9.30 p. m., EST from Hollywood). Wynn is scheduled to team with the Andrews Sisters in "Tom Swift and the Radio - Active Juke Box," and with Borge in a hilari ous mind - reading act. Borge trav eled 164,000 miles entertaining servicemen all over the world, was the first USO entertainer on many of the major fronts of the war. . The Masquers' Club of Holly wood, produces the audience - request half - hour and William N.I Robson, directs. Leith Stevens and. his orchestra provide musical. backgrounds. JANUARY 9 3.30 WHP News Reports - Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 WHP Edwin LeMarr Trio 3.45 CBS Sing Along Club .uu lbsj House Party General wnr - news Reports Miller's Shoe oiore 4.30 CBS Gordon MacRae, Songs 4.45 WHP Spade Cooley's Band 5.00 WHP - News Reports L. B. Smith Inc. 5.05 WHy Songs by Curt Massey o.io war Mitchell Grand and Song otjus La cowman s o.w WHP The Texas Rangers Wild - root 5.45 WHP Songs by Bob Hannon EVENING ' 6.00 WHP New Analysis Studebaker corp. u.ua wm - So the Story Goes Grove's 1 torn Tablets 8.15 CBS Jimmy Carroll Sings Squibb x - ruaucis 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra - Styletex 6.45 CBS - World Today, News 6.55 CBS Joseph C. Harsch, Meaning of the News 7.00 CBS Mommie and the Men Ivory Soap 7.15 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS Ellery Queen Anacin 8.00 CBS The Jack Carson Show - Campbell Soups 8.30 CBS Jean Hershalt as "Dr. Christian" Vaseline Preparations 9.00 CBS The Frank Sinatra Show Old Golds 9.30 CBS Harold E. Stassen Eversharp 10.00 CBS Great Moments In Music ueianese corp. 10.30 CBS The Andrew Sisters Nash neivinator po. 11.00 WHP News Ahead of the Headlines David's 11.10 CBS News Analysis Erie Sevareid uuquesne Beer 11.15 WHP Teagarden Time Caplan'i 11.30 WHP Music for Midnight 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.05 CBS Art Mooney Orch 12.30 CBS Johnny Long Orch. 12.55 WHP - News Summary David Ross and Sylvan Levin Join Great Moments Sylvan Levin has been engaged as a regular conductor for Co lumbia's "Great Moments in Music," Wednesday evening pro gram devoted to the presentation of masterpieces of the vocal rep ertory (WHP, 10.00 - 10.30 p. m, EST). Ravid Ross will be heard regularly as program narrator. beginning with the broadcast of January 9. ' The regular vocal stars of the program remain Jean Tennyson, soprano: Jan Peerce, tenor: and Robert Weede, baritone. Levin has made frequent guest appearance on "Great Moments" since last summer, lie is well known in music circles for his work as associate of Stokowski both with the Philadelphia Orchestra and the New York City Symphony. He also conducted the Philadelphia Grand Opera and the more recent Philadelphia Opera Company. His CBS debut was made with the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1933. Guest appear ances include . conducting engage, ments with the National Synv phony of Washington, D. C, and the Buffalo Symphony. He founded the York (Pa.) Sym - pnony urcnestra and acted as permanent conductor for three seasons. 'Ann Malone9 Barbara Weeks is Ana Ma - lone, a nurse and the wife of Dr. Jerry Malone, in CBS' "Young Dr. Malone" (WHP 1.30 p. m daily) serial drama. "Dr. Christian" Solves "Curare" Mystery on WHP A sinister South American drug brings a drama of human hatred to a near - tragic climax in "Curare" a new "Dr. Christian" Thousand - Dollar - Prize - Play by Dr. Simon G. Sax and Joseph C. Cook, of Duluth, Minnesota. Star ring Jean Hersholt in his famous role of Dr. Christian, and featuring Rosemary DeCamp as tys secretary, Judy Price, the script will be heard on Wednesday, January 9, 1946, at 8.30 p. m. over WHf. Jo - Jo the clown plays for big laughs when he does an imitation of a trapeze artist just before Benning and Brown, once - famous aerialists, go into their act. But Jo - Jo's white grease paint hides a bitter grudge. The two per formers, whose health has been slowly succumbing to a myster ious ailment, suffer a serious fall from the high trapeze, and Jo - Jo tries to keep Dr. Christian out of the ring. But the clown drops a bottle of some brown stuff which the physician spots as crude curare. Playing medical detective, the doctor solves the attempted crime. Miklos Schwalb, pianist in the "Great Moments in Music" orchestra, gives a recital at Harvard University on Washington's Birthday, February 22. THURSDAY, MORNING 8.00 WHP The Farm Front 6.25 WHP - News Roundup 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade 7.00 WHP Wake Up .America 7.15 WHP - News Bulletins Griffin Shoe Polish 7.25 WHP Wake Up America Music - Time 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup 8.15 CBS The Four Clubmen 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions 9.00 WHP - News Reports National , Biscuit Company 9.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Tim 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady Cheeri Oats 10.15 CBS The Light of the World Gold Medal Flour 10.30 CBS The St ranee Romance of Eve lyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 WHP Songs by Phil Brito 11.00 CBS Amanda Phillips , Tablets 11.15 CBS Second Husband Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder 11.30 WHP Galli Sisters 11.45 CBS Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories Spry 12.00 WHP Noonday News Aunt Nellie's Product! AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS Big Sister Rinso 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Koiynos, Bisodol 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Life Can Be Beautiful 1.15 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 CBS Road of Life Duz 2.00 CBS The Second Mrs. Burton - Maxwell House 2.15 CBS Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 CBS Rosemary Ivory Snow 2.45 CBS Tena and Tim Old Dutch Cleanser 3.00 WHP Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.15 WHP Dick Winslow's Orch. 3.30 WHP - News Reports Shoemaker's i sea r ooa WHP PROGRAM SCHEDULE For the Week SUNDAY, MORNING . 8.00 CBS New of the World 8.05 CBS Organ Fantasies 8.30 WHP Christian Science program 8.45 WHP Bennett Sisters 9.00 CBS Morning News Roundup 9.15 CBS Power diggs. organist 9.45 WHP Palestine Speaks 10.00 CBS Church of the Air 11.30 CBS Wines Over Jordan 11.00 CBS Andre Baruch, News Curt iss Candy 11.05 CBS Blue Jacket Choir 11.15 CBS Blue Jacket Choir 11.30 WHP Market Square Presbyterian Church AFTERNOON 12.15 WHP Margit Hegedui String En semble 12.30 WHP Salt Lake City Tabernacle Choir 1.00 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 1.15 WHP Report from Washington. John C. Kunkel 1.30 WHP Paul Martin's Music 1.45 CBS Edward R. Murrow, News, Amoco Gas, Oil 2.00 CBS March of Dimes Program 2.30 CBS Hollywood Startime Frigi - daire 3.00 CBS N. Y.' Philharmonic Symphony U. S. Rubber i MONDAY, MORNING 6.00 WHP The Farm Front 6.25 WHP News Roundup 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade 7.00 WHP Wake Up America 7.15 WHP News Bulletins Griffin Shoe Polish 7.25 WHP Wake Up America Music - Time 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins Rand Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup 8.15 CBS The Four Clubmen a in rws TnffM Club 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions Harris - hnrs Ministerial Association 9.0b WHP News Reports National Biscuit company 9.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 9.45 WHP Something to Talk About Chuck Acree Wildroot 10.00 CBS Valiant Lady Cheer! Oats 10.15 CBS The Light of the World Gold ftitaai riour 10.30 CBS The Strange Romance of Eve lyn Winters oweemean ouap 10.45 WHP Dick Winslow's Orch, 11.00 CBS Amanda Phillips Tooth raste 11.15 CBS Second Husband Bayer Aspi rin 11.30 WHP Dennis Day 11.45 CBS Aunt Jennys Real Life Stories Spry 12.00 WHP Noonday News Aunt Nellie's Products AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS Big Sister Rinso 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Koiynos, uisoaoi 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Life Can Be Beautiful Ivory Soap 1.15 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 CBS Road of Life Dux 2.00 CBS The Second Mrs. Burton Lai ranee ana sauna 2.15 CBS Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 CBS Rosemary Ivory Snow 2.45 CBS Tena and Xtm Old Dutch Cleanser 3.00 WHP - - Kate Smith Post's Bran TUESDAY, ' MORNING, 8.00 WHP The Farm Front 6.25 WHP News Roundup 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade 7.00 WHP Wake Up America 7.15 WHP News Bulletins Griffin Shoe Polish , . 1 ss WHP Wake Ud America Music 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins - Bond ciotnes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup 8.15 CBS The Four Clubmen 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions 9.00 WHP News Reports National Biscuit company 9.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 10.00 CBS Valiant Lady, Cheeri Oats 10.15 CBS The Light of the World Gold Medal nour 10.30 CBS The Strange Romance of Eve lyn winters sweemean Joap 10.45 WHP Songs by Phil Bnto 11.00 CBS Amanda Phillips Tooth Paste 11.15 CBS Second Husband Dr. Lyons 11.30 WHP Galli Sisters 11.45 CBS Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories Spry 12.00 WHP Noonday News Aunt Nellie's Products AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS Big Sister Rinso 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Kolynos - Bisodol 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Life Can Be Beautiful Ivory Soap 1.15 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 CBS Road of Life Duz 2.00 CBS The Second Mrs. Burton Maxwell House - Coffee 2.15 CBS Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 CBS Rosemary Ivory Snow 2.45 CBS Tena and Tim Old Dutch Cleanser 3.00 WHP Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.15 WHP Dick Winslow's Orch. 3.30 WHP News Repdrts Shoemaker Sea Foods i JANUARY 10 3.35 WHP The Cariocas 3.45 CBS Sing Along Club 4.00 CBS House Party General Electric 4.25 WHP - News Reports Niller's Shoe Store 4.30 CBS Gordon MacRae, Songs 4.45 WHP Treasury Salute 5.00 WHP - News Reports L. B. Smith, Inc. 5.05 WHP Program Preview! 5.15 WHP Mitchell Grand and the Song Stylists Bowman's 5.30 WHP Claude Sweeten's Orchestra 5.45 WHP Lum and Abner Alka 6.00 WHP News Analysis Studebaker EVENING 6.05 WHP So the Story Goes Grove's Cold Tablets 6.15 CBS Calmer - Eliot, News Amoco Gas . 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS World Today; News 7.00 CBS Mommie and the Men Ivory Soap 7.15 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons Koiynos Tooth Paste 8.00 CBS Suspense Roma Wine 8.30 CBS F B.I. In Pace and War - Lava Soap 8.55 CBS Ball Henry, News Johns - i Manville 9.00 CBS Music of Andre Kostelanets Chrysler Corporation 9.30 CBS Hobby Lobby Anchor Hocking Glass Products 10.00 CBS "Island Venture" Wrigley Gum 10.30 CBS Powder Box Theatre Bour - jois. Inc. 11.00 WHP - News Ahead of the Headlines David's 11.10 CBS News Analysis Larry Leseuer 11.15 WHP Tea Garden Time Caplan's 11.30 CBS Vaughn Monroe Orch 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.05 CBS Listen to Lawrence 12.30 CBS Tony Pastor Orch. 12.55 WHP - News Summary of January 6 JANUARY 6 4.30 CBS The Electric Sour Nelson Eddy Electric Co.'s of America 8.00 CBS Prudential Famny Hour 5.30 CBS Gene Autry Wrigley ' 5.45 CBS Wm. L. Shlrer, News Wil - . liams Shaving Cream EVENING 0.00 CBS Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet International Silver 6.30 CBS Baby Snooks Show Fannie Brice Sanka 7.00 CBS Adv. of the Thin Man Post Toasties 7.30 CBS Blondie Super Suds 8.00 CBS The Beulah Show Turns 8.30 CBS Crime Doctor PhiliD Morris 8.55 CBS Ned Calmer. News Parker - , Pen 9.00 CBS Request Performance Campbell Soups 9.30 CBS Texaco Star Theatre Texaco 10.00 CBS Take It Or Leave It Ever - sharp Pens and Pencils 10.30 CBS We. the People Gulf 11.00 WHP News Ahead of the Head lines David's 11.10 CBS News' Analysis Lawrence Leseur 11.15 WHP Dick Redmond Reports 11.30 WHP Footlight Echoes 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.05 CBS Jimmy Dorsey Orch 12.30 CBS Gene Krupa urea 12.55 WHP News Summary JANUARY 7 3.15 WHP Sweet Music Vick Chemical 3.30 WHP News Reports Shoemaker's Sea Food - 3.35 WHP Edwin LeMarr Trio 3.45 CBS Sing Along Club 4.00 CBS House Party General Electric - . 4.25 WHP News Reports Miller's Shoe Store 4.30 CBS Gordon MacRae, Songs ' 4.45 CBS March of Dimes Program Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. 5.00 WHP News Reports L. B. Smith, Inc. 5.05 WHP Songs by Curt Massey ; 5.15 WHP Mitchell Grand and Song Stvlists Bowman's 5.30 WHP The Texas Rangers Wild - root Products 5.45 WHP Lum and Abner Alka Seltzer EVENING 6.00 WHP News Analysis Studebaker Com. 8.05 WHP So the Story Goes Grove's Cold Tablets 6.15 CBS Jimmy Carroll Sings 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes fi 45 CBS World Today: News 7.00 CBS Mommie and the Men Ivory Soap 7.15 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS "The Bob Hawk Show" Camel Cigarets 8.00 CBS "Vox Pop Bromo Seltzer 8 an TBS Joan Davis Show Swan Soap 8.55 CBS Bill Henry. News Johns - Mart ville 9.00 CBS Lux Radio Theater Lux Soap and Flaxes 10.00 CBS Screen Guild Players Lady Esther 10.30 WHP Paul Baron and Orch. 11.00 WHP News Ahead of the Head lines Davias 11.10 CBS News Analysis, Eric Sevareid 11.15 WHP Teagarden Time Caplan's 11.30 CBS Danny O'Neil and Guests 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.05 CBS Music from the West 12.30 CBS Johnny Long Orch. 12.55 WHP News Summary JANUARY 8 3.35 WHP The Cariocas 3.45 CBS Sing Along Club 4.00 CBS House Party General Electric 4.25 WHP News Reports Miller's Shoe Store 4.30 CBS Gordon MacRae, Songs 4.45 WHP Treasury Salute 5.00 WHP News Reports L. B. Smith, Inc. 5.05 WHP Program Previews 5.15 WHP Mitchell Grand and the Song Stylists Bowman s 5.30 WHP Claude Sweeten Orch 5.45 WHP Lum and Abner Alka Seltzer EVENING a.00 WHP News Analysis Studebaker Corp. 6.05 WHP So the Story Goes Grove's Cold Tablets , 6.15 CBS Patti Claytoa, Songs 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS World Today; News General Electric 7.00 CBS Mommie and the Men Ivory soap 7.15 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS American Melody Hour Bayer Aspirin 8.00 CBS Big Town Ironized Yeast 8.30 CBS Theatre of Romance Colgate Tooth Powder 8.55 CBS Bill Henry, News Johns Manville 9.00 CBS Inner Sanctum Lipton's Tea 9.30 WHP Mayor of the Town Lionel Barrymore 10.00 CBS Bob Crosby Show Ford Motor Co. 10.30 WHP Longine Symphonetts Longine Watches 11.00 WHP News Ahead of the Head lines David's 11.10 CBS News Analysis Quincy Howe Duquesne Beer 11.15 WHP Teagarden Time Caplan's 11.30 WHP Crime Photographers 12.00 CBS News 12.05 CBS Buffalo Presents 12.30 CBS Tony Pastor's Orch. 12.55 WHP News Summary FRIDAY, JANUARY 11 MORNING 6.00 WHP The Farm Front 6.25 WHP - News Roundup 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade 7.00 WHP Wake Up America 7.15 WHP - News Bulletins Griffin Shoe Polish 7.25 WHP Wake Up America Music , Time 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup 8.15 CBS The Four Clubman 8.30 CBS - Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions Harris - burg Ministerial Association 9.00 WHP - News Reports National Biscuit compa..y 9.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 9.45 WHP Something to Talk About - Chuck Acree Wildroot 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady Cheeri Oats 10.15 CBS The Light of the World Gold Medal Flour . 10.30 CBS The Stranse Romance of Eve' lyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 WHP Dick Winslow's Orchestra 11.00 CBS Amanda Philips Tablets 11.15 CBS Second Husband Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder 11.30 WHP Dennis Day. Songs 11.45 CBS Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories Spry 12.00 WHP Noonday News Aunt Nellie's Products AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS Big Sister Swan Soap 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Koiynos, Bisodol 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Life Can Be Beautiful Ivory Flakes 1.15 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 CBS Road of Life Duz 3.00 CBS The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance and Satina 2.15 CBS Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 CBS Rosemary Ivory Snow 2.45 CBS Tena and Tim Old Dutch Cleanser 3.00 WHP Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.15 WHP Sweet Music Vick Chemical Claire fliescn to Star in New UUP Daytime Program "The Second Mrs. Burton," new five - a - week daytime drama, makes its debut over the Colum bia network, Monday, January (WHP, Mondays through Fridays, 2 - 2.15 p. m.). Set in the fictional New Eng land town of Dickenson, the story revolves around three main char acters: Stanley Burton, Marion Burton, his first wife, and Terry Robinson, wno becomes the second Mrs. Burton. Stanley, an affable but unpre dictable person, returns home after many months overseas as a combat infantryman. He meets Terry whom he marries on the rebound. having been divorced from Marion prior to his entrance into the arm ed service. Terry is very attrac tive and understanding. She trys to make a good home for Stanley. However, she is hampered by the scheming Marion, who, realizing she has made a mistake in letting Stanley go, attempts to break up tne marriage. Claire Niesen, will play the title role of "Terry." She has been in radio since 1937. She's a Menace Amzie Strickland Is heard as Harriet Eagle, a menace, In "The Romance of Helen T r e n t," (WHP, 12.30 p. m., daily) popular Columbia serial. Bridegroom Gets Dishwasher on G.E. 'House Party9 It will be wedded Bliss with a capital "B" for the newest hus band to be found in Art Linklet - ter's "House Party" audience dur ing the week of Monday, January 7, through Friday, January 11, (WHP, 4 to 4.25 p. m. EST). The fortunate bridegroom will receive a certificate for an elec tric dishwasher as the main prizel of the week. Daily winners will have time on their hands when the amiable Art presents them with electric clocks. Monday's program, January 7, will feature a game about rumors, with two women selected from tne audience competing lor an electric appliance and doing the gossiping. On Tuesday, an engaged couple will be selected from studio audience members. They'll receive timely advice from the married couples in attendance, Highlight of Wednesday's show is a "continued story." during which Art will ask two partici pants to develop an adventure yarn from a single fact which he'll provide. On Thursday, Edith Head, famous fashion designer of Paramount Pictures, will be Lin - kletter's guest. Miss Head will of fer advice to feminine guests who have fashion problems. The dish - ; washer will be awarded on Friday, while a second highlight will come with a contest to determine the most interesting wifely story on 'How I met My Husband." 3.30 WHP - News Reports Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 WHP Edwin LeMarr Trio 3.45 CBS Sing Along Club 4.00 CBS House Party General Electric 4.25 WHP - News Reports Miller's Shoe Store 4.30 CBS Gordon MacRae, Songs 4.45 WHP Spade Cooley's Band 5.00 WHP - News Reports L. B. Smith, inc. 5.05 WHP Songs by Curt Massey 5.15 WHP MitcheU Grand and the Song stynsts Bowman s 5.30 WHP The Texas Rangers Wild - root 5.45 WHP Lum and Abner Alka Seltzer EVENING 6.00 WHP - News Analysis Studebaker Corp. 6.05 WHP So the Story Goes Grove's Cold Tablets 6.15 CBS Jimmy Carroll Sings Squibb Products 6.30 WHP Radio New! Extra Styletex Clotnes 6.45 CBS World Today; News 7.00 CBS Mommie and the Men Ivory Soap 7.15 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS The Ginny Slmms Show Borden's 8.00 CBS The Aldrich Family Grape - nuts and Grapenut Flakes . 8.30 CBS Kate Smith Sings Postum, 8.55 CBS Bill Henry, News Johns - Manville 9.00 CBS It Pays To Be Ignorant Philip Morris Cigarets 9.30 CBS Those Webster 3 Quaker Oats 10.00 CBS Durante - Moore Show Rexall Drugs 10.30 CBS Danny Kaye Show Fabst Blue swoon Beer 11.00 WHP - News Ahead of the Head linesDavid's Clothes 11.10 CBS News Analysis Quincy Howe, uuquesne seer 11.15 WHP Teagarden Time Caplan's 11.30 CBS - Viva America 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.05 CBS Les Brown Orch. 12.30 CBS Buddy Rich Orch 12.55 WHP - News Summary i - J Y "Hollywood Star Time" Hakes VIIP Debut Sunday, Tyrone Power Stars V "Hollywood Star Time" featuring bigrname movia talent and hit films, makes its debut on WHP Sunday, January b, (2.3U - 3 p. m.). Ay! Ay! Sir ... Eddie Gundaker, newscaster and sports announcer, late of Uncle Sam's Navy, has rejoined the WHP staff after a tour of duty on the USS Block Island in the Pacific War Zone. Eddie will greet WHP listeners officially Monday morning, January 7, on "Bond's Breakfast Bulletins" at 7.45. "Lost Weekend" With Original Stars Next "Screen Guild" Drama Ray Milland and Jane Wyman re - creaite their co - star screen roles' in a radio adaptation of the film, "Lost Weekend," on CBS' "Screen Guild Players" program on Mnn. day, January 7 (WHP, 10 - 10.30 p. m., EST. From Hollywood). Charles Brackett. nroducer. and amy wilder, director, resDee tively, of the movie, will be nre. sented the Redbook Magazine Cup for the Best Movie of 1945, on the program. Bill Lawrence produces and di rects; "Wilbur Hatch conducts the orcnestra. Movie observers and critics predict the academy award for Milland for his performance in "Lost Weekend." . . I "House Party" will celebrate its first anniversary with the January 15 broadcast. Art Link - letter is host of the series heard Monday through Friday over CBS. Getting Acquainted Dick Todd, baritone star of Columbia's "Your Hit Parade, (WHP, Saturday, 9 p. m.), chats backstage at rehearsal with Joan Edwards, female singing star of the show, and Joan's two year - oia aaugnter, Judy Ann. SATURDAY, MORNING 8.00 WHP The Farm Front 8.25 WHP - News Roundup 6.30 WHP Sunrise Serenade 7.00 WHP Wake Up America Music and Time 7.15 WHP - News Reports Griffin Shoe Polish 7.25 WHP Wake Up America Music and Time 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup 8.15 CBS Meet Mike Young 8.30 WHP The Constant Invader 8.45 WHP Dr. Bookstaber 9.00 CBS News Reports 9.15 CBS The Garden Gate 9.30 WHP Helen McCauley, Pianist' 9.45 WHP OPA Broadcast 10.00 WHP Give and Take - Chef Boy - Ar - Dee Foods 10.30 CBS Mary Lee Taylor Pet Milk 11.00 CBS Andre Baruch News Curtiss Candy 11.05 CBS "Let's Pretend" Cream of Wheat 11.30 CBS The Billie Burke Show Llsterine Tooth Powder 12.00 CBS Theatre of Today Armstrong Quaker Rugs . AFTERNOON 12.30 CBS Stars Over Hollywood Darl - Rich Products 1.00 CBS Grand Central Station Pills - bury Mills 1.30 CBS County Fair Borden's 2.00 WHP Hal Mclntyre Orch. 2.15 WHP Hal Mclntyre Orch. WHP NEWSCAST TIMES DAILY Osytiza 6.15 A.M. WHP newsrooms 7.15 AM. News Reports 7.45 A. M. Breakfast Bulletins 8.00 AM. News of the World 9.00 A.M. Nine o'clock News 12.00 A.M. Noonday News 3.3U p.m. wews Reports 4.25 P.M. News Reports 5.00 PM News Reports - SUNDAYS These newscasts augment the dally times: 11.00 A.M. News Reports I Tyrone Power, recently released from the U. S. Marines, makes his first public appearance on the opening program. He will star In a radio version of the film hit "Seventh Heaven." His leading lady is lovely Jeanne Crain. Each week "Hollywood Star Time" will offer big - name stars in" air adaptations of screen hits. Future productions to be broad cast include: "Laura" with Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews and Clif ton Webb; "Coney Island" with Betty Grable, Cesar Romero ana Victor Mature; "Ox Bow Incident;" with Henry Fonda and William Eythe; "Holy Matrimony' with Monty Woolley; "Irish Eyea Are Smiling" with Dick Haymes and June Haver; "Junior Miss" with Peggy Ann Garner. Many other movie greats are in the roster of "Hollywood Star Time," including, Alice Faye, Joan Blondell, Joan Bennett, Fred MacMurray, Ida Lupino, John Ho - diak and Carole Landis. Tom McAvity is executive pxoy ducer and Robert L. Redd will direct the program. Music will be under the direction of Alfred Newi man. . Shirer Considers News of 1946 "What Will the New Year Bring in the Way of World News?" will be William L. Shir - er's news highlight for tfie broadcast to be heard Sunday, January 6, at 5:45 p. m. WHP and the Columbia network. The distinguished commentator has just returned from a three months' tour to the European continent. "Perhaps the suddenness with which you get back by air from Europe nowadays distorts your impression a little. The twenty - four hours it takes to get from London to New York is too short time to make up the necessary adjustment," said the newscaster upon his arrival back in this country. Mr. Shirer offered a note of warning: "In Germany, where I spent most of the past three months, we are in danger of having a terrible failure. Europe watches uneasily our hysterical efforts to pull out." 4 JANUARY 12 2.30 CBS Treasury Band Stand 3.00 CBS Assignment Home 3.30 CBS International Information Service 8.45 CBS "Cross Section CIO" 4.00 CBS Motor City Melodies 4.30 CBS Elliot Lawrence Orch 5.00 CBS Philadelphia Orch. 5.30 CBS Philadelphia Orch. EVENING 6.00 WHP - News Analysis, Ctudebakjtf 6.05 WHP - Art Tatom, Piano 6.15 WHP Kay Armen, Song! 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Stylet Clothes 6.45 CBS - World Today! News 7.00 CBS Textron Theater Helen Hayes 7.30 CBS First Nighter Campana 8.00 WHP The Dick Haymes Show - a Electrical Auto - Lite 8.30 WHP Roy Shields Review 8.55 CBS - Ned Calmer, News - Parkef ' Quink 9.90 CBS "Hit Parade Lucky Strike Cigarets 9.45 WHP Longine Symphonette Lon gine Watches 10.15 CBS - Celebrity Club Continental Can 10.45 WHP "Just Jazz" 11.00 CBS News of the World 11.10 CBS News Analysis Major Oeorge fc Fielding Elliot Duqutsn Beer 11.15 CBS Art Mooney's Orch. 11.30 CBS Jimmy Dorsey Orch 12.00 CBS - News 12.05 CBS Les Brown Orch. 12.30 CBS Johnny Long's Orch. 12.55 WHP - News Summary Night Time 6.00 P.M. WHP News Analyst! 6.30 P.M. Radio News Extra 6.45 P.M. The World Today 8.55 P.M. News Commentator 11.00 P.M. News Ahead of the Headline! 11.10 P.M. News Analysis 12.00 MID. News Reports 12.55 P.M. News Renorts 1.45 XU& - E4. & Monow, Hem

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