Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on January 26, 1946 · Page 15
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HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Saturday, January 26, 1946' ' WMF AIRS. Ml EM ''AND AIATII Capt. Ilickcnbackcr to Dc Featured On New Aviation Scries Over VJIIP Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, noted aviation figure and hero of World Wars I and II, will be featured in a new radio series, "The World's Most Honored Flights," a history of the development of American avia tion, for a 13 - week period Be ginning Tuesday, February 5, at 10.30 p. m., over WHP. Captain Rickenbacker will act as host and historian on the broadcasts but, at his request, all fees he ordinarily would re ceive will be paid by the spon : sor to the Army Air Forces Aid Society to swell the , fund for needy AAF widows and orphans and AAF men and women dis abled in line of duty. Col. Hans Christian Adamson, noted radio script writer and avr a t i o n historian who formerly wrote the CBS School of the Air "New Horizons" series, is author of "The World's Most Honored Flights" series. Colonel Adamson, who accompanied captain kick. enbacker on the ill - fated Pacific flight, spent 24 days aboard the life raft with Captain Rickenbacker, before being rescued. The first two scripts are devoted to the flight and the subsequent rescue. The second script is a psychological study of the men aboard the rafts. Both are writ ten from Captain Rickenbacker's and Colonel Adamson's first hand experiences and observa tions. As its title implies, the series deals with outstanding ''firsts in American aviation with dramatic stress on the little - known human adventure story behind aviation history. Lester Vail, producer of "The March of Time" radio series, is the director. Captain Rickenbacker's own personal contacts with air pioneers are recalled in the programs. Although Captain Rickenbacker appears in person on all the broadcasts as the narrator who links dramatized episodes with factual explanations, the role of "young" Rickenbacker is portrayed by a radio actor, Gary Merrill. Merrill, formerly a staff sergeant in the Army Air Forces, enlisted in the AAF in 1941 for pilot training but, due to poor eyesight, he did not win his wings. Hope, Carson, "Goodman Guests of Sinatra Mann Holiner, producer - director and general head man of the Frank Sinatra Show, revealed the good news that in the near future "The Voice" will be host to such stars as Bob Hope, Jack Carson and Benny Goodman and his clarinet, too. "Songs by Sinatra," the formal monicker for the CBS - WHP presentation, heard every Wednesday at 9 o'clock, features "The Voice" in a fancy array of songs that appeal both to the 'bobby soxers and also the armchair critics. Melody - Maker Stars of Three Broadway Hits on "Grand Central" jLilL i Bob Hannon is featured baritone on "American Melody Hour," popular Columbia network show heard Tuesdays over WHP at 7.30 p. m. lew Stravinsky Works Aired by N. Y. Philharmonic Igor Stavinsky, one of the fore' most fisures in the world of modern music, conducts the New York Philharmonic - Symphony in program of his own works Sunday, January 27, on WHP, 3 to 4.30 p. m. Highlight of the broadcast will be the radio premiere of his new Symphony in Three Movements. Its companion pieces on the program include "Fireworks," "Scenes de Ballet and the new suite from his ballet "Petrouchka." Stravinsky has conducted the orchestra on numerous occasions and has recorded many of his works with the group. His new Symphony in Three Movements is dedicated to the Philharmonic - Symphony Society. In his words, it is an "homage ... in appreci - ation of my association for the period of 20 years with that emi nent musical institution." The composer, whose early works were teeming with color and imagery, has in recent years become an enthusiastic proponent of the abstract school of composition. His present theories leave very little 'of composing to so - called inspiration, construing it as purely cerebral. Accordingly, he disavows any possible program matic association for the new work. An unusual vent in radio story drama will occur when leading players of three current Broad' way hits "The Glass Menage' rie," "Dream Girl," and "Dunni. gan's Daughter" unite in support of Peggy Conklin on Grand Cen tral Station Saturday, January 20, at 1 p. m over WHP. Miss Conklin, recently on Broadway in "Alice in Arms," and probably best remembered for her starring role in "Yes, My Darling Daughter and as the feminine .lead in the stage version of "Mr. and Mrs. North," will head the all - star New York the atre cast on this edition of Pills - bury Mills' Grand Central Station program. Supporting her will be Richard Widmark, leading actor in the Theatre Guild s production of the S. N. Behrman play, "Dunnigan's Daughter," and well known for his role in the controversial "Trio;" Anthony Ross, who has won critical acclaim as the suitor in "The Glass Menagerie;" Evelyn Varden, now being featured in Elmer Rice's new hit, "Dream Girl," and who previously played "Mrs. Gibbs" in "Our Town," and Karl Swenson, last on Broadway in "A Highland Fling." Authored by Irene Olick and Joseph Schneiders of Detroit, the Grand Central play will be produced by Martin Horrell and directed by Arthur Ashley. WHP PROGRAM SCHEDULE For the Week of January 27 Mrs. Burton II SUNDAY, JANUARY 27 MORNING 8.00 CBS News 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 L. Power Biggs, organist 9.45 WHP Palestine Speaks 10.00 CBS Church of the Air 11.S0 CBS Wings Over Jordan 11.00 CBS Warren Sweeney, News Curtiss Candy 11.05 CBS Victory Clothing Collection for uverseas 11.15 CBS Blue Jacket Choir 11.30 WHP Market Square Presbyterian cnurcn AFTERNOON 12.15 WHP Margit Hegedus String En semble 12.30 WHP Salt Lake City Tabernacle 1.00 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex wnoir Clothes 1.15 WHP Report from Washington ionn u. nunxei 1.30 WHP Paul Martin's Music 1.45 CBS Edward H. Murrow, News Amoco lias, eu 2.00 CBS Reader's Digest Radio Edition Hallmark Cards 2.30 CBS Hollywood Startime Frigi - daire 1.00 CBS N. Y. Philharmonic Symphony U. S. Rubber 4.30 CBS The Electric Hour Nelson Eddy Electric Co.'s of America 5.00 CBS Prudential Family Hour 5.30 CBS Gene Autry Show Wrigley 8.45 CBS Wm. L. Shierer, News Williams Shaving Cream EVENING 6.00 CBS Adventures of Ozzie and . Harriet International Silver 6.30 CBS Baby Snooks Show Fannie Bnce 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 Philip Morris 8.55 CBS Ned Calmer, News Parker Pen 9.00 CBS Request Performance Camp - Dell soups 9.30 CBS Texaco Star Theatre Texaco 10.00 CBS Take It Or Leave It Ever - sharp Fens and Pencils 10.30 CBS - We. The People Gulf 11.00 WHP News Ahead of the Head linesDavid's 11.10 CBS News Analysis Robert .Trout 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 Orch. 1.00 WHP News Summary MONDAY, JANUARY 28 R - ::;:: - :;:;: Claire Niesen bas been assigned the title role in the new CBS serial, "The Second Mrs. Burton," heard weekdays at p. m., over WHP. Claire, only 22 now, has been ,a radio actress since she was seven years old. Celeste Holm on Bob Crosby Show The Nose and the Haircut Some rare and outstanding events are taking place on WHP every Friday night at 10 o'clock, when the "Nose" (Jimmy Durante . . . Who else?) and the "Hair Cut'' (Garry Moore) grace the airwaves. The Moore - Durante show is gaining wide acclaim and for good reasons. Last week's "Flat Top" show was observed as nothing short of a sensation, and as the "Nose" would put it "they gotta million of 'em." Bob Crosby and his program pal, John Lund, have musical comedy star, Celeste Holm, down in their little black book as program guest for Tuesday, January 29, at 10.00 p. m. over WHP. Comedienne Celeste Holm arrived in Hollywood via Broadway. She won the film producers' attention when she appeared with the original cast of "Oklahoma!" in the role of "Ado Annie." She'll soon be seen on the screen in her first movie, "Three Little Girls in Blue." In addition to the movies and her stage performances, Miss Holm is also a popular comedienne on the ariwaves and has been a drawing card at New York supper clubs. Prior to "Oklahoma!", she has been seen on Broadway as George M. Co han's leading lady in, "Return of the Vagabond." Her other performances include: "Eight O'clock Tuesday," "Papa Is All," and "The Damask Cheek." HOBNING 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 Bulletin Griffin Shoe Polish 725 WHP Wake Up America Music - Tune 7.45 WHP Bond's breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Morning News Roundup 8.15 CBS The Four Clubmen f 30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions Harris - burg Ministerial Association 9.00 WHP News Reports National Biscuit Company 9.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 10.00 CBS Valiant T.ariv Cheerios 10.15 cbs The Lignt ot trie wona Gold Medal Flour 10.30 CBS The Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart soap 10.45 WHP Dick Winslow's Orch. 11.00 CBS "Amanda of Honeymoon Hill" 11.15 CBS Second Husband 11.30 WHP Phil Brito, Songs 1.45 CBS Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories Spry .. 12.00 WHP Noonday New Aunt Nellie's Products AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS Big Sister Rjnso 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Kolynos, Bisodol 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Life Can Be Beautiful Ivory Soup 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 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 S.00 WHP Kate Smith Post's Bran 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 4.30 CBS Gordon MacRae, songs 4.45 WHP Soade Cooley's Band " 5.00 WHP News Reports L. B. Smith, inc. 5.05 WHP Songs by Curt Massey 5.15 WHP Mitchell Grand and Song Stylists 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 1 Corp. 6.05 WHP So the Story Goes Grove's Cold Tablets 6.15 CBS Jimmy Carroll Sings 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes , 6.45 CBS - EWorld Today; News 7.00 CBS Mommle 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 8.30 CBS Joan Davis Show Swan Soap 8.5S CBS Bill Henry, News Johns - Manville 9.00 CBS Lux Radio Theatre Lux Soap and Flakes 10.00 CBS Screen Guild Players Lady Esther 10.30 WHP Paul Baron and Orch. 11.00 WHP News Ahead of the Head - - lines Davids. 11.10 CBS News . Analysis, Wm. L. Shirer 11.15 WHP Teagarden Time Caplan'i 11.30 CBS Danny O'Neu ana Guests 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.05 CBS "Night Time on the Trail" 12.30 CBS Tommy Tucker Orch. 12.55 WHP News Summary The curtain will be lifted on one of the oldest theatrical organizations in the world, The Lambs of New York, where the great and obscure, the, young and the old of the theatre rub elbows, when Parks Johnson and Warren Hull take ' Vox Pop behind - the - scenes of the 72 - yearold club on Mon day, January 28, at 8 p. m., over WHP. Virtually all of the actors in the world of greasepaint and - make - believe have passed through the doors of The Lambs. The roster of its life membership roll truly records the history of the theatre and its shining stars. Such names as David Warfield, Joseph Jeffer son, Al Jolson, Fred Astaire, Rich ard Barthelmess, William Farnum and Pat O'Brien ring through the history of the club. Yellowed playbills of "hits" of long ago, the sword carried by Sir Henry Irving in many of his plays and the original manuscript or the Lambs' song, written by Victor Herbert, have places of nonor on the walls of The Lambs, Officers of the club. John Gold. the noted producer and Shenherd of the Lambs, and Raymond Peck. who holds the office of "Boy," are cooperating with vox Pooners jonnson ana null in the program arrangements, planning old. fashioned fun with veterans of the stage. Vox Poppers Visit 'Holiday fi Go.' Abe Burrows' Comedy Lamos utub: unat Scries to Open Friday Over VIIP w.in oiagc ueis "Roger" TUESDAY, JANUARY 29 Jess (Mr. Frink) Kirkpatrick, supporting character actor on Marlin Hurt's ';Beulah" Show is a man of many hobbies. As an athlete he has won distinction in three fields handball, football and golf. MORNNG 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 Musi Time 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS Moming 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 The Valiant Lady Cheerios 10.15 CBS The Lights of the W o r 1 d Gold Medal Flour 10.30 CBS The Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soap waf uoa iannon. bancs 11.00 CBS "Amanda of Honeymoon Hill' 11.15 CBS Second Husband 11.30 WHP Galll Sisters 11.45 CBS Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories SDry 12.00 WHP Noonday News - Aunt Nellie's rroaucts 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 esoap 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 The Cariocas 3.30 WHP News Reports Shoemaker Sea Foods 3.35 WHP David Snoop, Piano Moods 3.45 CBS Sing Along Club 4.00 CBS House Party General Electric 4.25 WHP News Reports 4.30 CBS Gordon MacRae, Songs 4.45 WHP Carol Gilbert 5.00 WHP News Reports L. B. Smith, Inc. 5.05 WHP Program Previews 5.15 WHP Mitchell Grand and the Song Stylists uowmans 5.30 WHP Claude Sweeten Orchc 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 (.Old xameis 6.15 CBS Pattl Clayton, Songs 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex uiotnes 6.45 CBS World Today; News General Electric 7.00 CBS Mommie and the Men - Ivory Soap 7.15 CBS The 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 Marrymore 10.00 CBS Bob Crosby Show Ford Motor Co. 10.30 WHP Longine Symphonetts Lonffine watcnes 11.00 WHP News Ahead of the Headlines 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 Johnny Long Orch. 12.55 WHP News summary (f Jimmy Van Dyke plays the suave and sinister role of "Roger Dineen," on CBS's serial, "Young Dr. Malone," heard Monday through Friday, at 1.30 p. m., over WHP. "Holiday and Company," a new situation comedv series starring Ray Mayer, Edith Evans and Frances Heflin, makes its debut over wtif, ffriday, February 1 at 9 p. m. Abe Burrows, top - flight comedy writer, will do the scripts and supervise production and direc tion. ' , . Program is built around an old - time vaudeville family, Tim and Shirley Holiday, played by Ray Mayer and Edith Evans, and their teen - age daughter Nora, played . by Miss Heflin. The Holidays worked for 25 years towards star billing in vaudeville but never quite made it. Shirley Holiday fell heir to a gas station in a small town out west, and the family settled there. The Holidays' adjustment to the new life is the basis of the series. Ray Mayer and Edith Evans are themselves husband and wife and veterans of vaudeville, which they played as the act of Evans and Mayer. . The Mayers have ap peared on local radio programs but this is their first big network program. Frances Heflin, sister of the movie star Van Heflin, is well known for her excellent per, formance in the Broadway hit "I Remember Mama." I Kaye's Guest I ! 1 T"" , I lSsw - t Grace Moore guests on CBS's "Danny Kaye Show," (WHP, 10.30) Friday, February 1, when the show originates in Milwaukee as a highlight of the city's centennial celebration. "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" to Be 'Startime' Play The radio adaptation of Betty Smith's famed novel, "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn," will be pre sented on HOLLYWOOD STAR TIME, tomorrow, Sunday, Jan uary 27, at 2.30 p. m., over WHP, starring James Dunn as Johnny and Peggy Ann Garner as Francie. Both Mr. Dunn and Miss Garner appeared in the original roles in the motion picture hit. "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" will replace "Home in Indiana" originally scheduled for the broadcast on Sunday, January 27, but postponed until later. Both the novel and the motion picture were sensationally received and with James Dunn and Peggy Ann uarner heading the radio cast, the air version snouia be equally sue cessiui. , - "The Clock" Set For "Lux" Show "The Clock," a love story that takes place during a soldier's forty - eight hour furlough, will be the Lux Radio Theatre bill next Monday, January 28, at 9 p. m. over WHP. Judy Garland and John Hodiak star in the full - hour dramatic program pro duced by William Keighley. John Hodiak will be heard as Corporal Joe Allen who acci dentally encounters and falls in love with pretty Alice Mayberry, played by Judy Garland. After their chance meeting at Penn Station they take in the New York sights. Their romance takes on a - serious veil, when the young couple start thinking of marriage. Their wedding plans are threatened with disaster when they appear at City Hall and reveal that neither knows the other's name or address. The ceremony is hastily performed as the forty - eight hours of the soldier s leave draw to a close. Lou Silvers arranges and con ducts the dramatic music heard on the Lux Radio Theatre hour. Jan - Peerce, featured tenor of CBS "Great Moments in Music," sings the leading role of "Rudolph" in the Arturo Toscanini broadcasts February 3rd and 10th of the Puccini opera. "La Boheme." Lionel Barrymore, Alice Faye, Phil Harris Share "Request" Spotlight Top Hollywood artists Lionel Barrymore, Alice Faye, Phil Harris and Meredith Willson put in guest appearances on CBS lis teners request program. "Re quest Performance," Sunday, January 27, WHP, 9 - 9.30 p. m. The program includes a dra matic sketch, "At Home With the Harris Family," based on an episode in the lives of Phil Harris and Alice Faye, Mrs. Harris in private life. Lionel Barrymore contributes some serious music he composed and Meredith Will - son conducts the orchestra for the occasion. Willson,. former major in the U. S. Army, conducted the "Command Performance" orchestra during broadcasts of the famous Armed Forces Radio Service program. The Masquers' Club of Hollywood produces the show, with William N. Robson directing, and Leith Stevens conducting the orchestra. Phil Baker, the quip - and - query man of "Take It Or Leave It," can't stop asking questions even at home. He found his youngster, Stuart, home from school and asked extensively about his class work. Stuart said he did as well as Roosevelt. His puzzled dad asked what he meant. "I went down in history." was the $64 topper. The Coy Approach ww."'.'.Njwv.:.'A: - S:.:'itfjSII Announcer - comic Harry von Zell tries the bashful - boy routine in angling for Joan Davis' favor during rehearsal of CBS' "Joan Davis Show." (WHP Monday, 8.30 p. m.) Joan, who woos singer Andy Russell on the show, is giving Harry a little more encouragement here than he usually gets. Despite the competition by handsome Andy, Harry keeps trying. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30 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 N a 1 1 o a 1 Biscuit Company 9.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady Cheerios 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 of Honeymoon Hill1 11.15 CBS Second Husband . 11.30 WHP Phil Brito, 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 Rinso 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Tre n Kolynos 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 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 Sweet Music Vick Chemical 3.30 WHP News Reports Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 WHP Edwin LeMarr Trio 3.45 CBS Sine Along Club 4.00 CBS House Party General Electric 4.25 WHP News Reports 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 MftcheU Grand and Song Stylists Bowman's 5.30 WHP The Texas Rangers Wild root 5.45 WHP Songs by Dennis Day EVENING 6.00 WHP News Analysis Studebaker Corp. 6.05 WHP So the Story Goes Grove's Cold Tablets 8.15 CBS Jimmy Carroll Sings Squibb x - roauuis 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 CBS World Today; News 6.55 CBS - Joseph C. Harsch, Meaning ui ine news 7.00 CBS Mommie and the Men Ivory ouap 7.15 CBS Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 CBS Ellery Queen Anacin 8.00 CBS The Jack Carson Show uampoeii soups 8.30 CBS Jean Hersholt as "Dr. Chris tian" Vaseline Preparations 9.00 CBS The Frank Sinatra Show Old uoias 9.30 CBS Harold E. Stassen Eversharp 10.00 CBS Great Moments In Music Celanese Corp. 10.30 CBS The Andrew Sisters Nash Kelvinator Co. 11.00 WHP News Ahead of the Headlines David's 11.10 CBS News Analysis, Wm. L. Shirer Duquesne Beer ' 11.15 CBS March of Dimes Program 12.00 CBS News Report 12.05 CBS Les Brown Orch. 12.30 CBS Tommy Tucker Orch. 12.55 WHP News Summary THURSDAY, JANUARY 31 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 Morning Devotions 9.00 WHP News Reports National Biscuit Company 9.15 CBS Arthur Godfrey Time 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady Cheerios 10.15 CBS The Light of the World Gold Medal Flour 10.30 CBS The Strange Romance of Eve lyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 WHP Bob Hannon, Songs 11.00 CBS "Amanda of Honeymoon HUT 11.15 CBS Second Husband 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 ' 12.4S"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 CB S Rose ma ry Ivory Snow 2.45 CBS Tena and Tim Old Dutch Cleanser 3.00 WHP Kate Smith Post's Bran 3.15 WHP The Cariocas 3.30 WHP News Reports Shoemaker's sea rood 3.35 WHP David Shoop, Piano Moods 3.45 CBS Sing Along Club 4.00 CBS House Party General Electric store 4.25 WHP News Reports 4.30 CBS Gordon MacRae, Songs 4.45 WHP Carol Gilbert, Songs 3.00 WHP News Reports L. B. Smith, Inc. 5.05 WHP Program Previews 5.15 WHP MitcheU Grand and the Song Stylists Bowman's 5.30 WHP Claude Sweeten's Orchestra 5.45 WHP Lum and Abner Alka Seltzer 8.00 WHP News Analysis Studebaker EVENING 8.05 WHP So the Story Goes Grove's cold Ta Diets 8.15 CBS Calmer - Eliot, News Amoco uas 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex i - iomes 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 Per sons Kolynos Tooth Paste 8.00 CBS Suspense Roma Wine 8.30 CBS F.B.I. 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