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17 CBS SUNDAY MUSICAL SHOWS CHANGE HABRISBURG TELEGRAPH. Harrisburg, Pa, Saturday. January 3. 1948 MES Abe Burrows Being Heard at flew Time With a Sponsor Over WHP Abe Burrows, song satirist, who since his debut as a CBS Saturday night entertainer last July has threatened to replace the bath as America's Saturday night habit, will start 1948 with a sponsor and a new Saturday night time period. Be ginning January 3, Burrows and his musical lampoons will be sponsored by the Lambert Pliar macal Company, makers of Liter' ine. from 7.45 - 8.00 p. m., EST. Since it would confuse matters if Burrows sang at one time and his accompanist hit the air nearly three hours later, the change in broadcast time will apply also to Milton DeLugg and his instrumental quartet, of whom Burrows has said, "They have neipea my singing considerably, by occasion ally drowning it out. Burrows has been long estab lished as the life of Hollywood narties renowned as the enter' tainers' entertainer. Typical of his unique artistry are such original tunes as "Father Wants to Start a Third Party He's Been Thrown Out of Two Tonight," a "political type" song; and "While We Were Riding Through the Cactus, I got Stuck on You," a "western type. Jane Froman to Be Regular on Sunday?ause' The lovely and talented Jane Froman joins the regular cast of "The Pause That Refreshes," beginning Sunday, January 4 (WHP, 6.30 - 7 p. m., EST). In this, her first regular network assignment since the near - fatal airplane accident which she suffered in March, 1943, Miss Froman sings to the glittering orchestrations of Percy Faith. Roger Pryor continues as the suave and affable master of ceremonies. Despite her severe injuries and the necessity of moving about on crutches, Miss Froman has pur sued her successful singing career with numerous guest ap - pearances on top - ranking radio programs, and outstanding en gagements in the country's night clubs. Her appearances at New York's Copacabana, Chicago s Chez Paree, and the Royal Palm Hotel in Miami were smash successes. Born in Chicago of a musical family, Miss Froman studied at the Cincinnati Conservatory under Dan Beddoes and appeared with the Cincinnati Symphony under Fritz Reiner. Her first radio assignment was with WLW, Cincinnati, which she left two years later to join a network program originating in Chicago Major radio engagements fol lowed swiftly, when she became one of the distinguished stars of the old Chesterfield program that featured Bing Crosby, Ruth Et ting, the Boswell Sisters, and others. Hobby Ken Niles, announcer on "The Man Called X," heard coast - to - coast over CBS net Sunday, has a new hobby. He has been shooting sixteen MM. films of the countryside from his plane. Lux Co - Stars Joseph Cotten and Loretta Young will be the congressman and the farmerette in the Lux Radio Theatre's presentation of "The Farmer's Daughter" on Monday, January 5 at 9.00 p. m. over WHP. Both stars will re - enact their original screen roles. Three - Way 1 The tall tales of Frank Morgan, the marital squabbles of Don Ameche and Frances Langford as the "Bickersons," and the smooth songs of Miss Langford now reaches WHP listeners on Fridays at 9 p. m., as their show becomes an integral part of CBS' new three - hour array of six of the network's top comedy shows. Borroived Time ABE BURROWS Mady Christians Reader's Digest Star Over WHP New York,, Jan. 3 Misery and squalor so touched the heart of a young American nurse in Europe . . . she did what she could to al leviate conditions . . . and after 21 years still at it. That's the compassionate role noted actress, Mady Christians, will portray in "The Woman Who Wouldn't Come Home" on the 'Hallmark Reader's Digest" pro gram, heard coast - to - coast over CBS and WHP Thursday night at 10 o'clock. ' Mady Christians, one of the stage and screen's foremost actresses, portrays the nurse who landed in Europe in 1917, and after the war, noticed the misery and squalor that came as an after math of the hostilities. Rolling up her sleeves, she plunged into her relief activities, cutting red tape; borrowing, begging, soliciting funds from anyone and everyone. Moving from one country to another, she cleaned up plagues, malaria, pestilence and squalor - fighting every inch of the way to accomplish her purpose. Mady Christians enactment of the stellar role is tailor - made for her talents, adding up another highlight in the all - star series. Music and Comedy On Talent Scouts A girl violinist, a comedian, a lyric soprano and a tenor compete for top honors on the "Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts" broadcast Monday, January 5, at 8.30 m., EST, over WHP. The violinist, a Chicago girl, is 21 - year - old Esther Glazer, now a scholarship student at New York's Juilliard School of Music. She has appeared in several re'jitais in her home town, and has been featured as soloist" with the Chicago and New Orleans Symphony Orchestra. She will play Hubay's "Hejie Kati." Milt Moss, the comic, hails from the Bronx. A veteran of many night club appearances, he will, of course, be heard in a comedy routine. The lyric soprano, 20 - year - old Christina Gardon. attended Ihe New York College of Music and has been heard as soloist with the New York Philharmonic Society Orchestra. Her competing selec tion will be Rossini's "Tarantella." Eddie Fisher, tenor, is a 19 - year - old Philadelphia lad; a for mer yuaKer uny choir singer whose first night club engagement was at Philly's Latin Casino. He has appeared in New York at the Rio Cabana and (for 14 weeks) at the world - famous Copacabana. He also had a featured run at the Town Casino in Buffalo. He will sing "Prisoner of Love." Archie Bleyer conducts the "Talent Scouts" orchestra. Hilarity lloagy Carmichae To Be Heard on Tie, The People9 Hoagy Carmichael introduces his collaborator and their newest song; and 13 - year - old twin broth ers Jay and Bruce Cohen tell about their 2 - watt radio station, the smallest in the world, when they appear among emcee Dwight Weist's guests on "We, the People," Tuesday, January 6, at 9 p. m., EST, over WHP. Hoagy, heard from Hollywood, will introduce, for the first time publicly, his collaborator Mrs. Helen Meinardi, who happens also to be his sister - in - law. Their lat est song, "Too Much Manana," is not due for release until 1949, but Carmichael will "preview the number on "We, the People." With a bedroom as their studio and a closet as the master control room, the Cohen twins beam their broadcasts to 60 families in the New York apartment house where they live. They will talk about their boy - in - the - street interviews, read commercials for the candy store down the street, and discuss their radio crusade for bigger and better allowances. Oscar Bradley composes and conducts the background music. Dan Seymour announces. 'Fugitive9 Gregory Peck will star in "The Fugitive," the hit film which just opened on Broadway Christmas Day, on "Screen Guild Players" Monday, January 5, over CBS (WHP 10.30 p. m.). It's the moving story of a priest who tries to keep religion alive for the people of a small Mexican town who look to him for guidance when the mayor orders all religious activity stopped. Irma Becomes Actress By Accident Over WHP Having scored a tremendous hit as a comedienne by accident, "My Friend Irma" tries to repeat her success on purpose, and gets no where, in the comedy broadcast Monday, Januar 5, (WHP, 10.00 - 10.30 p. m., EST. From Holly wood). It all starts when Irma and her boy friend, Al, drop in backstage at the Bijou theater to pick up Prof. Kropotkin's violin bow, and Irma wanders t onstage by mistake. A comedian capital izes on her blundering and wows the audience by using her as a stooge. Convinced that Irma possesses a great talent, Al turns promoter, but somehow, Irma's career never gets going. Mane Wilson and Cathy Lewis star, as Irma and her roommate, Jane. Hans Conreid is heard as Kropotkin, with Leif Erdickson as Richard Rhinelander III, and Gloria Gordon as Mrs. O'Reilly. Cy Howard is writer - producer, and Lud Gluskin conducts the music. Bobby Ellis, 13 - year - old actor who plays "Alexander" on CBS', Sunday "Blondie" show, began his radio career in Chicago at the age of five. THURSDAY, MORNING 6.00 The Farm Front 6.30 Sunrise Serersde 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 Wake Up Time 7.15 News Grove's Cold Tablets 7.20 Weather Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins, Bond's Clothes 8.00 World News Roundup 8.15 Tom Scott 8.30 The Trumpeteers 8.45 Morning Devotions 9 00 News Reports '9.15 Joe Emerson, Songs 9.30 Oklahoma Roundup 10.00 Music for You 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10 45 The Daily Digest 11.00 Arthur Godrey Chesterfields 11.30 David Shoop, Organ 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Soap 12.00 Esso Reporter AFTERNOON 12.05 News 12.15 Weather Report 12.20 The Coronettes Vlcks 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Kolynos 12.45 Our Gal Sunday - Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxvdoi 1.30 Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 The Guiding Light 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton La France & Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Spic and Span 2.30 Wendy Warren and the News Maxwell House Coffee 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart Soap 3.00 Double or Nothing Campbell Soup SATURDAY, MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reportei 7.20 Wake Up Time 7.15 News. Weather, Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bona Clothes 8.00 Morning News - Roundup 8.15 The Balladeers 8.30 Music of the Americas 9.45 Dr Books taber 9.00 News Reports 9.15 Decision Now 9.30 Helen McCauley. Pianist 9.45 Blue Ridge Bovs 10.00 The Garden Gate 10.15 Johnson Family Singers 10.30 Mary Lee Taylor Pet MllK 11.00 News Curtiss Candy 11.05 Let's Pretend Cream ot Wheat 11.30 Adventurers' Club Sheaffer Pea 12.00 Theatre of Today Armstrong Rugs AFTERNOON 12.30 Stars Over Hollywood Dart - Rlcb 1.00 Grand, Central Station Pillsbury 1.30 County Fair Borden's t.OO Esso Reportei 2 05 Chas. Magnante Quartet 2.15 Red Cross Program 2.30 Give and Take Ton! Wave 3.00 Report from Overseas WHP PROGRAM SCHEDULE SUNDAY, MORNING B.00 Newt Roundup 8.13 The Trumpeteers 8.30 Church's One Foundation 8.45 Christian Science Program 9.00 News, Chapel Singers 9.15 E Power Bigg - Organist 9.45 Trinity Choir of St Paul's 10.00 Church of the An 11.00 News Curtiss Candy 11.05 Metropolitan A Capella Choir 11.30 Market Sq Presbyterian Church AFTERNOON 12.15 Margit Begedus Ensemble 12.30 Salt cake Tab Choir 1.00 Esso Reporter 1.05 Radio News Extra Styletex 1.15 Emile Cote Glee Club Silent Glow UU Burner 1.30 Report from Washington Cong. Kunke) - 1.45 Vic Damone, Songs 2.00 People's Platform 2.30 Joseph C. Harsch, News 2.45 Bob Reid Sings 3.00 N. Y. Philharmonic Symphony MONDAY, v MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 8.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 Wake Up Time 7 15 News Grove's Cold Tablets 7.20 Weather. Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 World News Roundup 8.15 Tom Scott 8.30 The Trumpeteers 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.06 News Reports 9.15 Smilin' Ed McConnell 9.30 Oklahoma Roundup 10.00 Claude R. Robins Inauguration 10.30 Strange Romance 01 Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 Daily Digest Kingans Meats 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Time Chesterfields 11.30 Phil Brito Sings Hanover Brand Foods 11.45 Rosemary ivory Snow 12.00 Esso Reporter AFTERNOON 12.05 News Charcoal Gum 12.15 Weather Report 12 20 The Coronettes Vick t 12!30 Romance of Helen Trent Blsodol 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 The Guiding Light Duz 2.00 Second Mrs. Burton La France It Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Splc and Span 2.30 Wendy Warren and the News Mexwell House Coffee 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart 1 Soap TUESDAY, MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.00 Wake Up Time 7.15 News Grove's Cold Tablets 7.20 Weather, Wake Up Time 7.45 Breaktast BuUetins Bond Clothes 8.00 World News Roundup 8.15 Tom Scott 8.30 The Trumpeteers .45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News Reports 9.15 Joe Emerson. Songs 9.30 Oklahoma Roundup 10.00 Music for You 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn WintersSweetheart Soap 10.45 The Daily Digest 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Time Chesterfields k 11.30 David Shoop, Organ 11.45 - F.osemary Ivory Show 12.00 Esso Reporter AFTERNOON 12.05 News 12.15 Weather Report Magnante QuartetJ 12.20 The Coronettes Vlcks 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Kolynos 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Ar.acln 1.0O Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 The Guiding Light Duz 2.00 The Second Mrs. Burton LaFrance & Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Splc and Span 2.30 Wendy Warren and the News - Maxwell House Coffee 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart Soap WEDNESDAY, MORNING 6.00 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7.15 News Grove's Cold Tablets 7.20 Weather, Wake Up Time 7.45 Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 World News Roundup 8.15 Tom Scott 8.30 The Trumpeteers 8.45 Catholic Hour 9.00 News Reports 9.15 Smiiin' Ed McConnell 9.30 Oklahoma Roundup 10.00 Music for You 10.30 Strange Romance ot Evelyn WintersSweetheart Soap 10.45 Daily Digest Kingan'i Meats 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Time Chesterfields 11.30 Phil Brito Sings Hanover Brand Foods 11.45 Rosemary Ivory Snow 12.00 Esso Reporter . AFTERNOON 12.05 News Charcoal Gum 12.15 Weather Report 12.20 The Coronettes Vlcks 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Bisodol 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 The Guiding Light Duz 2.00 The Second Mrs Burton LaFrance and Satina 2.15 Perry Mason Splc and Span 2.30 Wendy Warren and the News - Maxwell House Coffee 2.45 Rose of My Dreams Sweetheart Soap 3.00 Double or Nothing Campbell Soup 3.30 HSuse Party G. E. Appliance and Merchandise Division JANUARY 8 3.30 House Party G.E. Appliance Merchandise Div. 4.00 Hint Hunt Armour & Co. 4.25 News 4.30 David Harum Bab - O 4.45 Matinee Melodies 5.00 News, Errol Garner 5.15 Hank D'Amico Orch. 5.30 Lum 'n' Abner Alka Seltzer 5.45 Mitchell Grand Bowman's EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonic o.lo Music by bweeten 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Lowell Thomas Ivory Soap 7.00 Beulah Dreft 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Bob Crosby Show Fran 'o - Ameri can Spaghetti 7.45 Edward R Murrow. News Camp - bell Soud 8.00 F. B. 1. in Peace and War Lava Soap 8.30 Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Persons Kolynos Tooth P. 8.55 Ned Calmer. News Johns - Manvllle S.uo Dick Haymes Show 9.30 Casey Crime Photographer An chor Hocking Glass 10.00 Reader's Digest Hallmark Cards 10.30 First Nighter Campana 11.00 Headlines News David's Clothes 11.10 News Analysis 11.15 Robert O. Lewis Show 11.30 Tommy Reed Orch. 12.00 News, Orrin Tucker Orch. 12.39 Russ Morgan Orch. 12.55 New Summary 1.00 Sign - off JANUARY 10 3.15 Elliot Lawrence Orch. 3.30 Cross - Section U. S. A. 4.00 Treasury Bandstand 4.30 Saturday at the Chase 5.00 The Philadelphia Orch. 6.00 Esso Reporter EVENING 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Spotlight on Sports 6.15 Here's to Veterans 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Larry LeSueur, News 7.00 Hawk Larabee 7.30 Abe Burrows Listerine 7.45 Hoagy Carmichael Sings 8.00 Suspense 8.55 Nea Calmer. News - Luden's 9.00 Joan Davis Show 9.30 Vaughn Monroe Show Camels 10.00 Longines Symphonette Longlnes Watches 10.30 Charlie Spivak Orch. 11.00 Ned Calmer. News 11.10 News Analysts 11.15 Eddy Howard Orch. 11.30 Tommy Reed Orch. 12.00 News, Art Mooney Orch. 12.30 Larry Clinton Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off JANUARY 4 4.30 Eileen Farrel, Soprano - 5.00 To Be Announced 5.15 Hires to You Hires S.30 Hour of Charm Elec. Co. of Am. EVENING 6."00 Prudential Family Hour S.30 Pause That Refreshes Coca - Cola 7.00 Gene Autry Wngley Gum 7.30 Blond le Super Suds 8.00 Adv'ture of Sam Spade Wildroot 8.30 The Man Called X Frigidaire 8.55 Ned Calmer. News Luden's .00 Meet Corliss Archer - Campbell boups 9.30 Star Theatre Texas Oil 10.00 Christopher Wells D e S o t o and Plymouth 10.30 Strike It Rich Fifth Ave. Candy 11.00 Headline Nsws David's Clowes 11.10 News Analysis 11.15 Report from Washington 11.30 Orrin Tucker Orch. 12.00 News. Sonny .Dunham Orch. 12.30 Art Mooney Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off JANUARY 5 3.00 Double or Nothlne Campbell Soup 3.30 House Party G. E. Appliance and Mercnandise Division 4.00 Hint Hunt Armour & Co. . 4.25 News 4.30 David, Harum Bab - O 4.45 Matinee Melodies 5.00 News 5.05 Magnante Quartet Four - Way Cold la Diets 5.15 George Towns Orch. 5.30 Lum 'n Abner Alka Seltzer 5.45 Mitchell Grand, Stylists Bowman's EVENING 6.00 Esso Reportei 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Spotlight on Sports Trim Hair Tonic 6.15 Music by Sweeten 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Lowell Thomas Ivory Soap 7.00 Beulah Dreft 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Bob Crosby Show Campbell's Soup 7.4a Edward ti. Murrow, News Fran' co - American SpaghetU 8.00 Inner Sanctum ilromo - Seltzei 8.30 Artnur Godfrey Upton's Tea & Soup 8.55 Bill Henry. News Johns - Manvllle 9.00 Lux Radio Theatre Lux Soap and rlakes 10.00 My Friend Irma Swan Soap 10.30 Screen Guild Players Camels 11.10 News Analysis 11.15 Robert Q. Lewis Show 11.30 Guy Lombardo Orch. 12.00 News. Ted Weems Orch. 12.30 Larry Clinton Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off JANUARY 6 3.00 Double or Nothlne Campbell Soup 3.30 House Party G. E. Appliance and Merchandise Division 3.55 News 4.00 Hint Hunt Armour & Co. 4.25 News 4.30 David Harum Bab - O 4.45 Matinee Melodies 5.00 News 5.05 Errol Garner, Piano 5.15 Hank D'Amico orch. 5.30 Lum 'n Abner Alka Seltzer 5.45 Mitchell Grand, Stylists Bowman's EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonic 6 lo Music by Sweeten 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Lowell Thomas Ivory Soap 7.00 Beulah Dreft 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Bob Crosby Show Campbell's Soup T.4o Edward K. Murrow, News ran' co - American Spaghetti 8.00 Big Town Ironlzed Yeast 8.30 Mr. and Mrs. North Colgate 8.55 Bill Henry. News Johns - Manvllle 9.00 We. The People Gulf 9.30 Studio One 10.30 Open Hearing 11.0O Headline News David's Clothes 11.10 News Analysis 11.15 Robert Q. Lewis Show 11.30 Johnny Long Orch. 12.00 News, Guy Lombardo Orch. 12.30 Russ Morgan Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign - off JANUARY 7 3.55 News 4.00 Hint Hunt Armour & Co. 4.25 News 4.30 David Harum Bab - O 4.45 Matinee Melodies 5.00 News Reports 5.05 Magnante Quartet Four - Way Cold Tablets 5.15 George Towne Orch. 5.30 Lum "n Abner Alka Seltzer 5.45 Mitchell Grand Bowman's EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 8.10 - Spotlight on Sports Trim Hair Tonic 6.15 The Marine Story 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Lowell Thomas Ivory Soap 7.00 Beulah Dreft 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Bob Crosby Show Franco - American Spaghetti 7.45 Edward R, Murrow. News Campbell Soup 8.00 American Melody Hour Bayer Aspirin 8.30 Jean Hersholt as "Dr Christian" Vaseline Preparations 8.55 Bill Henry, News Johns - Manvllle 9.00 Borden Program 9.30 Sweeney and March 10.00 The Whistler Household Finance 10.30 "Escape" 11.15 Robert Q. Lewis Show 11.30 Orrin Tucker Orch. 12.00 News, Art Mooney Orch. 12.30 Fjankie Carle Orch. 12.55 News Summary 1.00 Sign Off i MORNING .C0 The Farm Hour 6.30 Sunrise Serenade 6.55 Esso Reporter 7 00 - Wake Up Time 7.15 News Grove's Cold Tablets 7.20 Weather, Wake Up Time 7.45 Breaktast Buiietins - Bond Clothes 8.00 World News Roundup 8.15 Tom Scott 8.30 The Trumpeteers 8.45 Morning Devotions 9.00 News Reports 9.15 Smilin' Ed McConnell 9.30 Oklahoma Roundup 10.00 Music for Morning 10.30 Strange Romance of Evelyn Winters Sweetheart Soap 10.45 Daily Digest Kingan's Meats 11.00 Arthur Godfrey Chesterfields 11.30 Phil Brito Sings Hanover Brand Foods 11.45 - Rosemary Ivory Soap 12.00 Esso Reporter AFTERNOON 12.05 News Charcoal Gum 12.1b Weather Report 12.20 The Coronettes Vlcks 12.30 Romance of Helen Trent Bisodol 12.45 Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 Big Sister Ivory Soap 1.15 Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 Young Doctor Malone Crisco 1.45 The Guiding Light Duz 2 00 The Second Mrs Burton LaFrance and Satina 2.15 Perry Maon Splc nd Span 2.30 Wendy Warren and the News - Maxwell House Instant Coffee 2.45 Rose of My Dreams - - Sweetheart Soap 3.00 Double or Nothing Campbell Soup 3.30 House Party G. E. Appliance and Merchandise Division WHP NEWSCAST TIMES DAILY Deytlme - Esso Reporter - News Reports . - Breakfast Bulletins - News of the World - Nine o'clock News - Esso Reporter - Noonda - v News - News Reports - News - News Reports - News Reports Night Time - Esso Reporter - WHP News Analysis 6.55 A.M. 7.15 AM. 7.45 A.M. 8.00 A.M. 9.00 A.M. 12.00 A M, 12.05 A.M.' 2.30 P.M. - 3.55 P.M. - 4.25 P.M.. 8.00 P.M. - 6.00 P.M. - 8.05 P.M. - RADIO'S FINEST MUSIC UNDAI 3.00 N, Y. Philharmonic Symphony 4.30 Hour of Charm 5.00 Family Hour 11.30 Invitation to Muale Mark Warnow to De Heard at Old mm mm. lime on uew uay Mark Warnow and his orchestra on "The Borden Program," switch their CBS broadcast day from Fridays to Wednesdays be ginning January 7, but the air time remains' the same (WHP, 9 - 9.30 p. m., EST. From Holly wood). To mark the beginning of the new Wednesday series Warnow leads his orchestra in a "brilliant arrangement" of the famous Russian gypsy melody, "Two Guitars." In addition to its customary offerings of musical comedy favorites and popular works from the musical classics, Warnow's orchestra will highlight a series of "Tune Teasers" from Tin Pan Alley's diversified store of hit tunes. Members of Warnow's versatile mixed chorus will be heard also in solos and duets. Other orchestra offerings for the first Wednesday program include Schumann's "The Happy Farmer," and Strauss' "Blue Danube - Waltz." The chorus sings "Oh, What A Beautiful Morn, ing" and a popular medley. Carl Phillips is writer - director of the show, and Clare Olmstead is production supervisor. Fills Time - Out There's only a five - minute break in laughs under CBS, and WHP's new Friday fun schedule and it's filled by Bill Henry at 8.55 with a terse, up - to - the - minute news commentary from Washington. Bearded Cupid Draws Bead on the "Norths" Intent on acquiring a new maid, CBS' "Mr. and Mrs. North" are threatened with matrimonial com plications, in the episode of "The Bearded Cupid," Tuesday, Janu ary b (UtSS, o.3U - o.D5 p. m. USX, Reb. 11.30 p. m.) When it turns out that the young lady in ques tion was sent to Mr. North by a matrimonial' agency rather than an employment agency, Jerry and Pam become understandably curious about i the professional matchmaker. They discover that a large percentage of his marriages are not the kind that are made in heaven. Joseph Curtin and Alice Frost star as "Mr. and Mrs. North," and Alan Hewitt is heard as Inspector Weigand. John Loveton is producer - director of the series. Not So Far. Wrong With the failure of the Big Four conference. Colonel Stoopnagle comedian on the Vaughn Monroe Shnw nvpr P.RS SntnrHnv nicrhtc is now waiting for a news an - nouncer bulletin: "Latest reports show that peace is still raging in Europe." FWDAY7JANUARY9 ' 4.oo - Hint H,.n,Armour & Co. 4.25 News Reports 4.30 David Harum Bab - O 4.45 Matinee Melodies 5.00 News 5.05 MaEnante Quartet Four - Way Cold laoiets 5.15 Music Festival Program 5.30 Lum "n Abner Alka Seltzer 5.45 Mitchell Grand Bowman's EVENING 6.00 Esso Reporter 6.05 News Analysis Studebaker 6.10 Sports Spotlight Trim Hair Tonic 6.15 Music by Sweeten 6.30 Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 Lowell Thomas Ivory Soap 7.00 Beulah Dreft 7.15 Jack Smith Show Oxydol 7.30 Bob Crosby. Show Franco - Ameri can Spaghetti 7.45 Edward R Murrow. News Camp bell Soup 8.00 - Baby Snooks Show Jello 8.30 Danny Thomas Show. S a n k a Coffee 8.55 Bill Henry. News Johns - Manvllle 9.00 Mogan - Ameche - Langford Show - Old Golds 9.30 Ozzie and Harriet Int. Silver 10.00 It Pays to Be Ignorant Phillip Morris 10.30 Spotlight Revue - Coca - Cola 11 00 News News Analysis 11.15 Robert Q. Lewis Show 11.30 Tony Pastor Orch. 12.00 News, Frankie Carle Orch. 12.00 News, Ted Weems Orch. 12.30 Frankie Carle Orch. 12.55 News 1.00 Sign - off 6.30 P.M. Radio News Extra 6.45 P.M. The World Today 7.45 P.M. News Commentator 8.55 P.M. News Commentator 11.00 P.M News Ahead of the Headlines 11.10 P.M. - News Analysis 12.00 MID. News Reports 12.55 P M News Summary SUNDAYS fhese newscasts augment the daily tiroes: 9.00 A.M. Esso Reporter 11.00 A M. News Reports 1.00 P.M. Esso Reporter 1.05 P.M. Sunday Edition S.45 P.M Joseph C. Harsch WEDNESDAY 8.00 American Melody Hour 11.30 Footlight Echoes SATURDAY 5.00 Philadelphia Orchestra 10.00 Longines Symphonette 75 Minutes of Music Everv Sundav On IVIIP Starting v Beginning at 5.15 p. m., EST on Sunday, January 4, CBS and WHP presents a trio of run for 75 multi - colored minutes of gay, sprightly, lyrical Early Attraction Jack Smith's weekday song show (WHP 7.15 p. m.) is one of the five early evening attractions which lead up to CBS' streamlined array of three hours of comedy every Friday night. Gordon MacRae Is Star of WHP 'Star Theater' Baritone Gordon MacRea and singar Evelyn Knight are the head liners on "Star Theater," new CBS musical series which makes its debut Sunday, January 4 (CBS, 9.30 - 10.00 p. m. EST. From Holly wood). The series will be sponsored by the Texas Company, makers of Texaco products. MacRea who started out to be a singer, was sidetracked into act ing and returned to singing has been starred frequently on the air, most recently over CBS last sum mer when he did the seasonal re placement series for Columbia's "Baby Snooks Show." He has been featured on Broadway in "Junior Miss" and the musical hit, "Three to Make Ready." His singing partner on the new series, Evelyn Knight, climbed to prominence in New York and Washington night clubs, winning acclaim by her gently swung ver sions of old English and American folk songs. Since March 30, 1947, she has been featured on CBS in the time segment "Star Theater" is taking over. Linkletter Host To Ella Raines Screen star Ella Raines, movie clothes designer Edith Head and an unnamed "mystery expert" on women's hats are guests of Art Linkletter, master - of - informalities on CBS' "House Party" during the week beginning Monday, January 5 (CBS, 3.30 - 3.55 p. m., EST. daily from Hollywood). Linkletter starts a week - long search in his studio audiences for the person with the most embarrassing experience, and continues his daily interviews with school children. The week's schedule follows: Monday, January 5 Edith Head, Paramount's dress designer, answers questions on fashions and stvles - I Tuesday, January 6 Unnamed "mystery expert" on hats previews 1S48 millinery styles. Wednesday, January 7 True life .periences related by men and .omen selected from the studio audience. Thursday, January 8 Univer sal Ella Raines judges a contest to find the woman who met her husband in the most unusual way. Friday, January 9 Guessing contest for studio and air audi ences. The piano team of Con Maffie and Gene Le Pique provides the music. Join Friday Fun - Fest "The Adventures of Ozzie Nelson and Harriet Hilliard In comedy shows, joins CBS' laugh roster. (WHP 9.30) at 5.15 Tomorrow musical programs which will tunes, old and new, played on the CBS shows which are long - established favorites with the listening public. These three programs, "Here's To You," "The Hour of Charm," and "The Family Hour," have been re - arranged in their time periods to follow each other in a continuous musical sequence a pattern of listening designed to please Sunday listeners. 'Here's' To You," at 5.15 p. m., EST, with the music of Phil Davis and his' orchestra, baritone Phil Hanna and a vocal group in novelty and hit tunes, is followed by "The Hour of Charm" at 5.30 p. m. EST. Phil Spitalny and his all - girl orchestra and chorus bow in with a flourish of musical virtuosity, for a half - hour of classical and popular music with featured artists, Evelyn and her ' magic violin," Eleanor and Ins, pianists, Joanne, vocalist. At 6 p. m., EST., "The Family Hour," with concert and opera star, Rise Stevens, and Al Goodman's orchestra round off this new phase of Sunday music with familiar concert repertoire. 'Man Called X' Poses as Spy on Sunday Mystery Cloaking himself in the guise of an English official . . . and mak ing off with secret supersonic plans. That's the situation "The Man Called X" steps into on the action - packed mystery program, "The Man Called X," heard coast - to - coast over CBS and WHP tomorrow night at 8.30 o'clock. Ken Thurston, known as "The Man Called X," and portrayed by Actor Herbert Marshall, learns that "Top Secret" plans have been made off with by a spy, posing as a British official. "X" hops a plane to England to find the real official and unravel the plot. The British official tells "X" that the culprit was his chauffeur who assumed his name to gain possession of the plans. How "The Man Called X" cleverly tracks down the spy with danger stalking his every footstep. ... is a thriller all listeners will enjoy. Johnny Green has arranged suitable music for tonight's drama, which is directed by Jack Johnstone, announced by Wendell Niles, and sponsored by the Frigidaire Division of General Motors. Horse of Another Color Penny "Blondie" Singleton, starred on CBS Sundays, told Arthur "Dagwood" Lake that she'd found a Hollywood barbershop where children get their hair cut while sitting on hobby horses. "That," said Dagwood, "is just another way of proving that people who play the ponies get trimmed." Fanny Brice as the lovable(?) "Baby Snooks" (WIIP 8 p. m.) leads off three hours of top - notch fun on Columbia network's sparkling new Friday night laugh lineup. and Harriet," co - starring Ozzie one of Columbia's most, popular three - hour star - studded Friday Friday Funster

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