Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on January 16, 1943 · Page 15
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HARRISBURG ig TELEGRAPH JANUARY 16, 1943 15 FM'S MAUGURATI VV11M W v lidll'i.lj' uivw V . SATURDAY EVENING MAE learf ield, Pa., Minister Heard on 'We, the People' Representative Will Rogers, Jr., son of the late . humorist, and the Reverend Walter E. Ruch, of field, Pa., 71 - year - old Presbyterian minister turned defense orker, will oe interviewed uy "BLONDIE" BACK Mo Boulton during the "We, the eople" program on Sunday, ai 30 p. m., over Yiaf - oa. The nrneram also will feature a ickup from Fort Knox, Ky., for demonstration of the work of ie Armored Force Medical Re - arch Laboratory. At Fort Knox, hen and machines are suDjeciea extreme temperature to aeier - line how much they can take and ill function as fighting unixs. The Rev. Ruch. who laid aside is clerical garb during the first ar to work six days a ween mah. - hg anchor cnains i"i "u,i cently came oui 01 a iwu - ju tirement to become a steam m - - We savs he is "too old to pass he ammunition" but not too old praise the Lord and neip to kake it." Second Husband" Actor Has Typical Trooper Background Jav Jostyn. who plays Ben krter nn the DODUlar WHP CBS ktwork drama "Second Hus - nd," starring Helen Menken, is rrently celebrating his sixtn niversarv on the program. Jostyn's background is that of a taical trouper. His father, a Bel - bn painter, used to design scen - y for the Passion Play produced nually by the Jostyn's parish Milwaukee. Jay got his start ere. iater, ai i, ne joineu a bck company. Salary: ?5 a bek some weeks. Unlike the prudent bachelor n Porter, whom he portrays on econd Husband," Jay married ; leading lady, Ruth Hill, on his pecunious salary. His responsi - liti - 3 as a married man soon led to look around for a more Dartist Is Guest of Hobby Lobby A man whose hobby is proving that he's an artist of a dartist, in other words that he can hit any object in sight with darts blown through a mouthpiece will be Dave Elman's guest on Hobby Lobby this Saturday night over WHP CBS at 8.30 p. m Other guests will include a boy whose hobby is making musical instruments out of household de vices; and a man whose avocation is tracing the history of present day sports, Harry Robinson of Philadelphia is the dartist par excellence. He will bring his assistant along to help him demonstrate his remarkable ability at hitting human targets with blow darts. And at distances ranging from 20 to 50 feet. Robert Kaufman of Milwaukee, Wis., is the 14 - year - old lad with a passion for tinkering with and transforming mechanical devices into amazing musical instruments, Mack Harrell Soloist on family Hour The Toreador Song from Bizet's :armen" will be sung by Mack arrell, young operatic baritone,: i his guest appearance on "The j He has just made an organ by kmily Hour," with Deems Taylor id AI Goodman's orchestra, Sun - y over WHP - CB5 from a to o.to r WHP PROGRAM SCHEDULE For the Week of January 17, 1943 WHP, SUNDAY, JANUARY 17 Lovely Penny Singleton, who created radio's madcap "Blondie" role, returns to the cast in her old part Monday, February 1, after a blessed absence. Her role was taken by Florence Lake, actress sister of Arthur (Dagwood) Lake, while Penny bore a daughter to her Marine officer husband. Bob Sparks. TTV Mack Harrell, who guest - stars irin? Gladvs Swarthouts ao nee this week, is the popuwi etropolitan Opera baritone who arted out in lue as a violinist. chance appearance as soloist in obscure musical production unched him on a vocal career at won him the Metropolitan uditions of the Air in 1939 and is included concert engagements roughout Europe and the united ates. combining the best elements of a vacuum cleaner and a piano ac cordion. Verdi's Opera on "Great Moments" Selections from Verdi's famous opera, "ia uorza uei uesuno, will be sung by Jean 'lennyson, soprano; Charles Kullmann, tenor ?nd Robert Weede, baritone, on the "Great Moments in Music" m - osram on Wednesday at 10.00 p. m., over WHP and the Colum bia Network. George Sebastian will conduct the orchestra and chorus. First produced in Petrograd in 1362, the opera was suggested by a play oy tne uuKe oi ruvas. n. revised version of the opera was performed at Milan in 1869. This last version has gained general acceptance over Verdi's initial at temDt to portray in music and story the force of destiny's tragic demands. Rodney Erickson, production. man on Ctss "Aunt jenny s Stories," has solved one aspect of the heating problem by growing; a beard. He explains that the face spinach is to keep his chin warm while skiing near his home in Rockland county, New York. Harry James In 'Record' Specials Harry James, who recently trumpeted his band into first place in the New York World Telegram poll of radiov editors displacing Guy Lombardo who occupied the top spot for 11 years is making a speciality of presenting "phonograph record arrangements" on his Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday night broadcasts over WHP CBS from 7.15 to 7.30 p. m. Sponsors of Harry James and His Music Makers hit upon the innovation as a result of the pres ent sh o r t a g e of phonograph records. During each program, listeners may now hear one num ber over the air, just as they would on their own phonographs provided they could get the records! Schedule of the "Specials" for next weekend is: January is aieepy i,agoon. January 201 Cried For You, January 21 A Poem Set To Music. Frank Sinatra, CBS vocalist, has just been awarded a trophy as Most Popular Male Vocalist on Radio in the All - Star Contest of 1942, conducted by "Downbeat" magazine. HORNING 8.00 CBS News Bulletins 8.05 CBS Burt Buhrman. Organist 8.30 CBS Musical Masterpieces 8.45 CBS Golden Gate Quartet 9.00 CBS News of the World 9.15 CBS E. Power Biggs, Organist a s CBS Enslish Melodies in nn CBS Church of the Air io an Wines Over Jordan 11.00 CBS News Keporis, warren Swppnpv Curtis Candv 11.05 HBG Market Square Presbyterian Church AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS Womanpower 12.30 CBS Salt Lake City Tabernacle Service 1.00 HBG News Reports Burche Co. 1.13 WHP This Week in Washington - Congressman John C. Kunkel 1.30 CBS Frank Sinatra, songs 1.45 CBS Stooperoos Col. Stoopnagle Schutter Candy 2.00 CBS "Those We Love" General Foods 2.30 WHP USO Concert Series Special Program from Forum 2.55 WHP News Report 3.00 CBS New York Philharmonic Or - chestra 4.30 CBS "Pause That Refreshes" Andre Kostelanetz and Guests - Coca Cola 5.00 CBS Prudential Family Hour Gladys Swarthout, D. Taylor 5.45 CBS Wm. L. S hirer. News Sanka Coffee EVENING 6.00 CBS Edward R. Murrow from Lon don 6.15 CBS Irene Rich "Dear John" Welch's Grape Juice 6.30 CBS Sergeant Gene Autry, Wrigley 7.00 HBG Radio News Extra Styletex 7.15 "Treasury Star Parade" 7.30 CBS "We the People" Gulf Oil Co. 8.00 CBS Hello, Americans Orson Welles 8.30 CBS "Tne Crime Doctor" Philip Morris Cigarets 8.55 CBS Eric Sevareid News Quink 9.00 CBS "Radio Reader's Digest" Campbell Soup 9.30 CBS Fred Allen Texaco Star Theatre 10.00 CBS "Take It or Leave It" Ever - sharp, Inc. 10.30 HBG "News Ahead of the Head lines" David's 10.35 WHP World's Most Honored Music Longines - Wittnauer 11.05 WHP News Reports 11.10 CBS Eric Sevareid Analysis of News 11.15 WHP "Report to the Nation" 11.4 CBS Tommy Dorsey Sc His Orch. 12.00 WHP Music for Midnight 12.30 CBS Vaughn Monroe and His Or. 12.55 CBS News Summary and Sign - Off WHP, MONDAY, JANUARY 18 Arthur (Dagwood) Lake has given his complete collection of 16 mm. films and broadcast tran scriptions to the Coast Guard, to be shipped from base to base as entertainment for service men. It includes all the CBS "Blondie" programs, as well as others. inful employment ks the answer. and radio Those We Love" Celebrates Fifth Year on the Air A. fortune - hunting count with Isigns on Cousin Mary's bank tount menaces the tranquility the Marshalls of Westbridge in p fifth anniversary broadcast of hose We Love'' Sunday over HP - CBS, 2 to 2.30 p. m. JMany of the original players in enes Ridway's story of family p in New England are still with fe cast. Nan Grey, Donald bods, Helen Wood, Alma Kruger, b - ginia Sale, Mary Gordon and Ictor Rodman are among those 11 heard on the program who Ilped to launch the popular fcmatic serial in January, 1938. Batting average for Xavier gat's "Caravan orchestra on n going into the armed services .500. To date, he has lost eight 16 men. SINGING FAVORITES Mary Martin (above) and Dick Powell will co - star in Cecil B. De - Mille's adaptation of the film musical, "My Gal Sal," when it is brought to the Lux Radio - Theatre Monday at 9 p. m. over WHP - CBS. WHP, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20 MORNING DO WHP Sunrise Roundup WHP Farm Program S5 WHP WHP News Room B0 HBG Sunrise Roundup WHP Farm Program 0 HBG Morning Alarm 5 WHP - News Bulletin !5 HBG Morning Alarm Music Time BO CBS News of tne World 5 CBS Organ Reflections 60 CBS Music Men 15 HBG Morning Devotions DO HBG "Nine O'clock News" D5 HBG Five of a Kind 5 CBS Columbia's School of the Air 5 CBS The Chapel Singers DO CBS The Valiant Lady General Mills 15 CBS "Kitty Foyle" General Mills DO CBS Amanda of Honeymoon Hill Philip's Tooth Powder H5 WHP News Reports Miller's Shoe Store B0 WHP "Dialing For Dollars" Giant r ood Fair DO CBS Joe and Ethel Turn 115 CBS "Second Husband" - Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder BO CBS "Bright Horizon" Swan Soap 15 CBS "Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories" Spry JO WHP I Noonday News, Grove's Bromo Quinine AFTERNOON 5 CES "Big Sister" Rinso BO CBS "Romance of Helen Trent" Kolynos 15 CBS "Our Gal Sunday" Anacin 0 CBS "Life Can Be Beautiful" Ivory Flakes 15 CBS "Ma Perkins," Oxydol bo cbs vie and Sade Crisco 5 CBS "The Goldbergs" Duz 1)0 CBS "Young Doctor Malone" Post Toasties 15 CBS "Joyce Jordan" LaFrance and Satina 10 CBS "We Love and Learn" Gen era! Foods 15 CBS "Pepper Young's Family" Camay 3.00 3.05 3.15 3.30 4.00 4.15 4.30 5.00 5.15 5.30 5.45 6.00 6.10 6.15 6.30 6.45 7.00 7.15 7.30 7.45 8.00 8.30 8.55 9.00 9.30 10.00 10.30 10.35 11.00 11.10 11.15 11.30 12.00 12.05 12.30 12.55 WHP News Reports WHP Edwin Lemarr Trio CBS Sing Along Landt Trio , CBS Columbia Concert Orch. CBS News Reports CBS Green Valley, U. S. A. WHP "America in Action" WHP WHP Studio Orchestra CBS Mother and Dad WHP Paul Baron & His Orch. CBS Ben Bernie and All the Lads Wrigley's EVENING WHP - News Analysis Studebaker Corp. WHP Jack Conner Trio U. S. Marines Program HBG Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes CBS "The World Today" HBG Mitchell Grand Organ and nana Moose Home CBS Harry James and His Music Makers Chesterfield Cigarets CBS Easy Aces Anacin CBS Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Per sons Kolynos Tooth Paste CBS Nelson Eddy, New Old Gold Show Old Goldi CBS Jean Hersholt as "Dr. Chris, tian" Chesebroueh Mfs. r CBS Cecil Brown, News Johns - Man ville CBS "The Mayor of the Town" Lionel uarrymore Rinso CBS "Good Listenlne" CBS Great Moments in Music ceianese Corp. HBG News Ahead of the Headlines David's HBG "Serenade in Swing" Matty Malneck CBS News of the World CBS William L. Shirer News Analysis CBS Frank Sinatra, Songs CBS Guy Lombardo and His Or. CBS News Bulletins CBS Bobby Sherwood and His Or. CBS Vaughn Monroe and His Or. I WHP - News Sign - Off 'Guild' Stars Bill Powell, Diana Lewis Screen stars William Powell and Diana Lewis Mr. and Mrs. in private life are cast as husband and wife in the "Screen Guild Players" version of the film hit, "To Be or Not to Be," Monday over WHP - CBS from 10 to 10.30 p. m. "To Be or. Not to Be" is the tragi - comic tale of a theatrical troupe stranded in Warsaw during the Nazi invasion. The plot re volves about the two stars of the company, a married couple who do not have a mutual trust. The husband (an incurable ham) imagines his beautiful young wife to be in love with a dashing young army pilot, and goes through some extraordinary an tics to prove his point. Hignspotting the action is a clever escape contrived by the company. i MORNING 6.00 WHP Sunrise Roundup WHP Farm Program 6.15 WHP WHP News Room 6.30 HBG Sunrise Roundup WHP Farm Program 7.00 HBG Morning Alarm Music Time 7.15 HBG News Bulletin 7.25 HBG Morning Alarm Music Time 8.00 CBS News of the World 8.15 CBS Breakfast Rendezvous 8.30 CBS Coffee Club from Boston 8.45 HBG Morning Devotions Harris - burg Ministerial Association 9.00 HBG "Nine O'Clock News" 8.05 HBG Five of a Kind 9.15 CBS Columbia's School of the Air 9.45 CBS To Be Announced 10.00 CBS "Valiant Lady"1 General Mills 10.15 CBS "Kitty Foyle" General Mills 10.30 CBS Amanda of Honeymoon Hill Mulsified Coconut Oil Shampoo 10.45 HBG News Reports Miller's Shoe Store 10.50 WHP "Dialing For Dollars" Giant Food Fair 11.00 CBS Joe and Ethel Turp 11.15 CBS Second Husband Dr. Lyon s Tooth Powder 11.30 CBS "Bright Horizon" Swan Soap 11.45 CBS "Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories" Spry 12.00 HBG Noonday News, Grove's Bromo Quinine AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS "Big Sister" Rinso 12.30 CBS "Romance of Helen Trent" Kolynos 12.45 HBG "Our Gal Sunday" Anacin 1.00 CBS "Life Can Be Beautiful" Ivory Flakes 1.15 CBS "Ma Perkins" Presented by Oxydol 1.30 CBS Vic and Sade Crisco 1.45 CBS "The Goldbergs" Duz 2.00 CBS "Young Doctor Malone" Post Toasties 2.15 CBS "Joyce Jordan" LaFrance and Satina 2.30 CBS "We Love and Learn" Gen. eral Foods 2.45 CBS "Pepper Young's Family' Camay 3.00 WHP - News Reports 3.05 WHP Edwin Lemarr Trio 3.15 CBS "Sing Along" Landt Trio, 3.30 WHP Dave Shoop Ensemble 4.00 CBS News Reports 4.15 CBS Green Valley, U. S. A. 4.30 WHP America In Action 5.00 WHP WHP Studio Orchestra 5.15 CBS Mother and Dad 5.30 WHP Paul Baron & His Orch. 5.45 CBS Ben Bernie and All the Lads Wrigley's EVENING 6.00 WHP - News Analysis Studebaker Corp. 6.10 WHP Jack Conner Trio 6.15 HBG Eyes and Ears of the Air Corp. 6.30 HBG Your Radio News Extra Styletex 6.45 CBS The World Today 7.00 HBG Lum and Abner. Alka - Seltzer 7.15 WHP "You Can't Do Business With Hitler"' 7.30 CBS "Blondie" Camel Cigarets 8.00 CBS "Vox Pop" Bromo Seltzer 8.30 CBS "Gay Nineties Revue" Model Tobacco 8.55 CBS Cecil Brown, News Johns. Manville 9.00 CBS Lux Radio Theatre Lux Soap and Flakes 10.00 CBS "Screen Guild Players" Lady Esther 10.30 WHP News Ahead of the Head lines David's 10.35 CBS "World's Most Honored Music" Longine - Wittnauer Co. 11.00 CBS News of the World 11.10 CBS News Analysis 11.15 CBS Frank Sinatra, songs 11.30 CBS Guy Lombardo tc Orch. lz.oo cbs News Bulletins 12.05 CBS Ina Ray Hutton & Her Orch, iz.30 cbs lommy Dorsey & His orcn, 12.55 WHP - News Summary and Sign - Off .WNS AWARD 5 Station Originates Broadcast For State - Wide Network The ceremonies incident to the inauguration of Gen. Edward Martin as Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, will be carried to every home in the State at 12.00 noon Tuesday, through the facilities of WHP and a State - i .' J 1 4; . i wme irctwuiK. vj. co - operating sui - Agnes Moorehead, who plays Marilly in Lionel Barrymore's Wednesday night CBS program, lne Alayor of the Town has been signally honored. Above Hollywood's greats, the Film Critics of New York chose her for having given the best feminine screen performance of the year as Aunt Fanny in Orson Welles' "The Magnificent Amber - sons." o WHP, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19 MORNING 6.00 WHP Sunrise Roundup WHP Farm Program 6.15 WHP WHP News Room 6.45 HBG Sunrise Roundup WHP Farm Program 7.00 HBG Morning Alarm 7.15 HBG News Bulletin 7.25 WHP Morning Alarm 8.00 CBS News of the World 8.15 CBS Breakfast Rendezvous 8.30 CBS Good Morning Blues 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions 9.00 HBG "Nine O'Clock News" 9.05 HBG Accordion Aces 9.15 CBS Columbia's School of the Air 9.45 CBS To Be Announced 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady General Mills 10.15 CBS "Kitty Foyle" General Mills 10.30 CBS Amanda of Honeymoon Hill Mulsified Coconut Oil Shampoo 10.45 HBG News Reports Miller's Shoe Store 10.50 WHP "Dialing For Dollars" Giant t ood Fair 11.00 HBG Marvin Dale and His Or. 11.15 CBS Second Husband Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder 11.30 CBS "Bright Horizon" Swan Soap 11.45 CBS "Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories" Spry AFTERNOON 12.00 HBG Inauguration Ceremonies for Gen. Edward Martin 12.30 CBS "Romance of Helen Trent Kolynos 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 Vic and Sade Crisco 1.45 CBS "The Goldbergs" Duz 2.00 CBS "Young Dr. Malone" Post Toasties 2.15 CBS "Joyce Jordan Girl Interne' LaFrance and Satina 2.30 CBS "We Love and Learn" Gen' eral Foods WHP, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 6.00 6.15 6.30 7.00 7.15 7.25 8.15 8.30 8.45 9.00 9.05 9.15 9.45 10.00 MORNING WHP Sunrise Roundup WHPi Farm Program WHP WHP News Room HBG Sunrise Roundup WHP Farm Program HBG Morning Alarm HBG News Bulletin HBG Morning Alarm Music Time 8.00 CBS News of the World CBS Herbert Foote, Organist CBS Coffee Club HBG Morning Devotions HBG "Nine O'Clock News" HBG Larry Stewart, songs CBS Columbia's School of the Air CBS Golden Gate Quartet CBS The Valiant Lady General Mills 10.15 CBS "Kitty Foyle" General Mills 10.30 CBS Amanda of Honeymoon Hill - Phillip's Tooth Paste 8c Powder 10.45 WHP - News Reports Miller's Shoe Store 10.50 WHP "Dialing For Dollars" Giant i ood Fair 11.00 WHP Marvin Dale and His Or, 11.15 CBS "Second Husband" Bayer Aspirin 11.30 CBS "Bright Horizon" Swan Soap 11.45 CBS "Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories" Spry 12.00 WHP Noonday News, Groves Bromo Quinine AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS "Big Sister" Rinso. 12.30 CBS "Romance of Helen Trent" Kolynos 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 Vic and Sade Crisco 1.45 CBS "The Goldbergs" Dui 2.00 CBS "Young Dr. Malone" Post 40 Bran Flakes 2.15 CBS "Joyce Jordan" LaFrance and Satina 2.30 CBS "We Love and Learn" Gen. eral Foods 2.45 CBS "Pepper Young's Family" Camay 3.00 WHP - News Reports 3.05 WHP Edwin Lemarr Trio 3.15 CBS "Sing Along" Landt Trio 3.30 CBS Indianapolis Symphony Orch. 4.00 CBS News Reports 4.15 CBS Green Valley, U. S. A. 4.30 WHP "America in Action" 5.00 WHP WHP Studio Orchestra 5.15 CBS Mother and Dad 5.30 WHP King Cole Trio 5.45 CBS Ben Bernie and All the Lads Wrigley's EVENING 6.00 WHP - News Analysis Studebaker Corp. 8.10 WHP Dyana Gayle, songs 6.15 HBG Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.30 CBS The World Today 7.00 WHP "Lum and Abner" Alka - Seltzer 7.15 CBS Harry James and His Music Makers Chesterfield Cigarets 7.30 CBS Easy Aces Anacin 7.45 CBS Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Per sons Kolynos Tooth Paste 8.00 WHP Carlisle Army Post Program 8.30 CBS "Death Valley Days" Borax and Boraxo 8.55 CBS Cecil Brown, News Johns - Manville 9.00 CBS Major Bowes Original Amateur Hour Chrysler Corp. 9.30 CBS "Stage Door Canteen", Mazola 10.00 CBS "The First Line" Wrigley'a Spearmint Gum 10.30 WHP News Ahead of the Headlines David's 10.35 WHP "Women at War" 11.00 CBS News of the World 11.15 CBS Frank Sinatra. Songs 11.30 CBS Carmen Cavallaro 8c His Orch. 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.05 CBS Del Courtney & His Orch. 12.30 CBS Sonny Dunham 12.55 WHP - News Summary 2.45 CBS "Pepper Young's Family" Camay 3.00 WHP News Reports 3.05 WHP Edwin Lemarr Trio 3.15 .WHP Catholic Hour 3.30 WHP David Shoop Ensemble 4.00 CBS News Reports 4.15 CBS Green Valley, U. S. A. 4.30 WHP "America in Action" 5.00 WHP WHP Studio Orchestra 5.15 WHP Mother and Dad 5.30 WHP King Cole Trio 5.45 CBS Ben Bernie and All the Lads Wrigley's EVENING 6.00 WHP Dyana Gayle, Songs 6.10 WHP - News Analysis - Studebaker 6.15 HBG "Sports World" 6.30 HBG Radio - News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS "The World Today" 7.00 WHP "Lum and Abner" Alka - Seltzer 7.15 CBS Harry James and his Music Makers, Chesterfield Cigarets 7.30 CBS American Melody Hour Presented by Bayer's Aspirin 8.00 CBS "Lights Out" Ironized Yeast 8.30 CBS AI Jolson C o 1 g a e Tooth Powder 8.55 CBS Cecil Brown, News Johns - Manville 9.00 CBS Burns and Allen Swan Soap 9.30 WHP "Man Behind the Gun" 10.00 CBS "Only Yesterday Dr. Christian In'Drama of Kidnapping .Dr. Christian, played by the ooDular Hollywood actor, Jean Hersholt, becomes embroiled in a kidnapping plot in the exciting prize - winning "Dr. Christian" story by Capt. H. G. Bowerfind, entitled "Everything Happens to Us." It will be broadcast on Wednesday at 8.30 p. m. over WHP and the Columbia Broadcasting System. Lurene TuttJe is heard as Judy Price, the doctor's resourceful secretary. The author, Captain Bowerfind of the United States Navy, took part in World War No. 1 and is now performing duty as disbursing officer at the Naval Operating Base in Norfolk, Va. His hobby is writing scripts and stories, but the radio play "Everything Happens to Us is his first literary success. Vox Pop Hears Flying Dutchmen tions. The broadcast which will last approximately a half hour, will be covered by the local staff and L - orps oi engineers, ana Transmuted to the whole network. The Governor's address is not expected to last more than seventeen minutes. With this as the There is a sound of rushing ZJ8'.. . wings in the blue southern skies Z . , u u . over Jackson, Mississippi - the J anfd to wludi has flvine Dutchmen of the Tndies always characterized Pennsylvania xi inaugurals. ! He rt - Son Air Base in This year' the festivities are to khe mfdsf offS bty the American nlanes thpv arP loam serlousneSS of a - Nation at war, their oronniPrl hnmolanHc vonn(f emony iraugnx wiui a military iannl toiVh Wnl ?0SPn?.re 3nC1 3ttentlea W tw rrr I1"" m"ary personages. rades will chat with Parks Johnson and Warren Hull on Vox Pon at 8 p. m.. Monday, on WHP - CBS. Listeners will hear how The Netherlands East Indies Air Force has been reborn in the deep South; how these lads, forging an air sword of vengeance for the Dutch, traveled over thousands of miles of perilous water to come to line united states and learn every thing there is to know about war in ine air. A livin2 insDiration t.r the youngsters are their instructors. survivors of the dauntless flyers wno tought like wildcats against tne JaDS in the Indies, anrt whn knew it was merely a battle lost and set about the task of rre - paring themselves for the - day of accounting witn the enemy when they will helrj blast the Jans out oi Java and the Hun out of Hoi land. David Ross starts his 15th year as a CBS announcer the first week of January. He started in January, 1929, and now is heard on Columbia's "Stage Door Canteen" and "Take It or Leave It." He doesn't remember the name of the first program just that it ran into mechanical difficulties. 'There were some little buttons to push," says Ross, "and the engi neer had to come and get things started for me." Ethel Barrymore Becomes "Our Girl Sunday" Listener The cast of the serial. "Our Gal bunday, was delighted to receive a gracious note irom Ethel Barrv. more the other dav Miss Barrv. more had learned that one of her famous plays, "Sunday," in which she BDDeared onnnsite hpr 1at ibrother John, was the basis for "Our Gal Sunday" and she decided to listen to it. It was in this play, incidentally, that Miss Barrymore, spoke the line most often associated with her, "That's all there is. there isn't anv more." wnen ner note arrived, the members of the cast of "Our Gal Sunday" drew lots to determine who might Keep the valued autograph. Madeleine Carroll. - beauteous screen star, begins her readine assignment on the new CBS pro - gram, "Madeleine Carroll Reads,' Iwith James Hilton's "Lost Horizon." 'Catwif e' Is Next Drama For 'Suspense' Catwife," the story of a spite ful woman who actually turns into a cat, Arch Oboler's most popu lar tale of suspense, starring Betty Winkler in the title role which she played originally, will be heard in the Lights Out series over WHP - CBS on Tuesday from 8 to 8.30 p. m. First broadcast five years ago, "Catwife." was remarkable not only for the greatest listener re sponse to an Oboler drama, but 10.30 WHP - News Ahead of the Headiines.also because it brought bogey - man Boris Karloff from Hollywood to Chicago to play opposite Mis; Winkler. Next Tuesday's Lights Out broadcast will meet the thou sands of requests for "Catwife" which have pyramided since that time. David's 10.35 WHP Music for Americans 11.00 CBS News of the World 11.10 CBS News Analysis 11.15 CBS Frank Sinatra, Songs 11.30 CBS Carmen Cavallaro & His Orch. 12.00 CBS News Bulletins 12.05 CBS Glen Gray & His Orch. 12.30 CBS Sonny Dunham & His Orch. 12.55 WHP - News Summary. WHP, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 MORNING 8.00 WHP Sunrise Roundup WHP Farm Program 6.15 WHP WHP News Room 6.30 HBG Sunrise Roundup WHP Farm Program 7.00 HBG Morning Alarm 7.15 HBG News Bulletin 7.25 WHP Morning Alarm Music - News 8.00 CBS News of the World 8.15 CBS Breakfast Rendezvous 8.30 CBS Dave Shoop tc His Orch. from wnf Studios 8.45 HBG Morning Devotions Harris burg Ministerial Association 9.00 WHP Nine O'clock News 9.05 WHP Five of a Kind 9.15 CBS Columbia's School of the Air 9.45 CBS The Chapel Singers 10.00 CBS The Valiant - Lady General Mills 10.15 CBS "Kitty Foyle" General Mills 10.30 CBS "Amanda of Honeymoon Hill" Phillip's Tooth Paste and Powder 10.45 WHP News Reports Miller's Shoe Store 10.50 WHP "Dialing For Dollars" Giant Food Fair 11.00 CBS Joe and Ethel Turp 11.15 CBS Second Husband Bayer Aspirin 11.30 CBS "Bright Horizon" Swan Soap 11.45 CBS "Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories" Spry 12.00 WHP Noonday News, Grove's Bromo Quinine AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS "Big Sister" Swan Soap 12.30 CBS "Romance of Helen Trent" I Kolynos 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 Vic and Sade Crisco 1.45 CBS The Goldbergs Duz 2.00 CBS Young Dr. Malone Post 40 Bran Flakes 2.15 CBS Joyce Jordan La France and Satina 2.30 CBS We Love and Learn General Foods i 2.45 CBS Pepper Young's F a m 1 1 y Camay 3.00 WHP News Reports 3.05 WHP Edwin Lemarr Trio 3.15 CBS "Sing Along" Landt Trio 3.30 CBS Indianapolis Symphony Orch. 4.00 CBS News Reports 4.15 CBS Green Valley, U. S. A. 4.30 WHP "America in Action" 5.00 WHP WHP Studio Orchestra 5.15 CBS Mother and Dad 5.30 WHP Paul Baron & His Orch. 5.45 CBS Ben Bernie and All the Lads Wrigley's EVENING 6.00 WHP - News Analysis Studebaker corp. 6.10 WHP Jack Conner Trio 6.15 HBG "Man Your Battle Stations" U. S. Navy 6.30 HBG Radio News Extra Styletex; Clothes 6.45 CBS "The World Today" 7.00 WHP "Lum and Abner" Alka Seltzer - 7.15 CBS "Our Secret Weapon" Philco 7.30 CBS Easy Aces Anacin 7.45 CBS Mr. Keen, Tracer of Lost Per sons Kolynos Tooth Paste 8.00 CBS "The Kate Smith Hour" Jello and Jello Pudding 8.30 CBS "The Adventures of the Thin Man" Sanka 8.55 CBS Cecil Brown, News Jonns - Manville 9.00 CBS Philip Morris Playhouse, Philip Morris Cigarets 9.30 CBS "That Brewster Boy" Quaker Oats 10.00 CBS Comedy Caravan Camel Cig arets 10.45 CBS joe and Ethel Turp 11.00 WHP - News Ahead of the Headlines David's 11.10 CBS News Analysis 11.15 CBS Frank Sinatra, Songs 11.30 CBS Jan Savitt & His Orch, 12.00 CBS News Bulletins 12.05 CBS Sammy Kaye St His Orch. 12.30 CBS Vaughn Monroe and His Or. 12.55 WHP - News Summary I x j Lovely Cora Smith is a recent addition to the cast of "Joyce Jordan, M. D." heard daily over WHP and the Columbia Network at 2.15 p. m. Jim Melton Sings For "Pause" Show The haunting music of George Gershwin will be featured by Conductor Andre Kostelanetz on "The Pause That Refreshes on the Air" via WHP - CBS Sunday after noon at s.ju wnen James Melton, tenor sensation of the current Metropolitan ODera season, will make his thirteenth guest appear ance. A native of Georsia with a natural feeling of srjirituals Mr. Melton, is scheduled to sing Ger - snwm's "It Ain't Necessarilv So" from the operetta, "Porgy and Bess." The orchestra will play Gershwin's "The Man I Love." Opening the show with 'Nrnoi Coward's "Kiss" Me." Mr. TCns. teianeiz win round out the orches tral numbers with "Moonlight Becomes You" by Van Heusen. For his second number Mr. Melton has selected Lehmannn's "Ah, Moon of My Delight." Vicente Gomez. Spanish guitar virtuoso, will share the spotlight as guest instrumental soloist. Ted Cott will preside as master of ceremonies. Judith Anderson on "Reader's Digest" The love story of Catherine tho Great, Emnress of Russia, and Gregory Potemkin, the one man who ruled her heart, is dramatized on "Radio Reader's Direst" Sunday over WHP - CBS from fl to 9 30 p. m. Stars of this drama entitled "The Greatest Hoax in History" are Judith Anderson, first lady ot drama, and the brilliant stage actor, George Coulouris. The epitaph over the crave nf the indomitable woman whom his tory has called Catherine the Great reads: "Here lies the mortal remains of Catherine the Second, Empress and autocrat of all the Russias. She endeavored to brinff happiness, freedom and Drosneritv to her subjects." Donlevy Subs For Veronica Lake Brian Donlevy. who can wear his hair over one eve. too. will substitute for Veronica Lake. forced to cancel out because of an emergency aDDendectomv. as guest star on the Burns and Allen broadcast over WHP and the Co - Jlumbia Network, Tuesday, at 9.00 p. m. Miss Lake's anrjearanee has been postponed until such time as she is sufficiently recovered to tangle with lame - brained Gracie. Jimmy Cash. Bill Goodwin and Paul Whiteman will be on hand to welcome the handsome screen star as the guest whom Gracie has invited over to make George Ijealous. WHP, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 8.00 8.15 6.30 7.00 7.15 7.25 8.00 8.15 8.30 8.45 9.00 9.15 9.30 10.00 10.30 11.00 11.05 11.15 11.30 12.00 12.30 1.00 1.30 1.45 2.00 2.05 2.30 3.00 MORNING WHP Sunrise Roundup 'WHP i arm Program WHP WHP News Room , HBG Sunrise Roundup WHP Farm Program HBG Morning Alarm HBG News Bulletin HBG Morning Alarm Music News and Time CBS News of the World CBS Dancing Strings CBS Coffee Club WHP Morning Devotions CBS News Reports CBS Helen McCauIey. Pianist CBS "The Garden Gate" CBS Youth on Parade CBS National Hillbilly Champions CBS News Reports Curtiss Candy CBS Amer. Red Cross Program CBS God's Country WHP Farmers Forum CBS "Armstrong Theater of Today Armstrong Cork AFTERNOON CBS "Stars Over Hollywood" Presented by Dari - Rich CBS Columbia's Country Journal WHP Songfellows CBS Hon. Walter Nash New Zealand Minister to Washington CBS News Reports CBS Pan - Americana CBS "Spirit of '43" CBS F.O.B. Detroit 3.30 CBS Hello From Hawaii 4.00 CBS "Matinee at Meadowbrook i; 4.30 CBS Calling Pan - America J 4.45 CBS .Rennrt - frnm T 5.00 CBS Cleveland Symphony Orch, EVENING 8.00 WHP - News Analysis Studebaker Corp. 8.10 WHP Dyana Gayle, songs 6.15 HBG Mitchell Grand at the Organ 6.30 HBG Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS "The World Today" 7.00 CBS People's Platform 7.30 CBS Bob Hawk, "Thanks to tha i Yanks" Camel Cigarets 8.00 CBS Frank Crumit and Julia SandersonTurns 8.30 CBS "Hobby Lobby" Palmolive Shave Cream 8.55 CBS Eric Sevareid, News Quink 9.00 CBS - "Hit Parade" - Lucky Strike Cigarets 9.45 WHP "An American in Russia" 10.15 WHP "Soldiers With Wines" 10.45 CBS Eileen Farrell, Soprano 11.00 CBS News of the World 11.10 CBS News Analysis 11.15 CBS Machito and His Orchestra 11.30 CBS Abe Lyman & His Orch. 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.05 CBS Ina Ray Hutton b Her Orch. 12.30 CBS Sonny Dunham & His Orch. 12.55 WHP - News Summary WHP NEWSCAST TIMES 8.15 7.15 7.45 8.00 9.00 10.45 12.00 3.00 4.00 11.00 1.00 Daytime A.M. WHP newsrooms A.M. News Reports A.M. Breakfast bulletins A.M. News of the World A.M. Nine o'clock News A.M. Mid - morning News A.M. Noonday News P.M. News Reports P.M. News Reports These newscasts A.M. News Reports P.M. Sunday Edition . (7.00 P. M. - DAILT Night Time 6.10 P.M. WHP News Analysis 6.30 P.M. Radio News Extra 6.45 P.M. The World Today 8.55 P.M. News Commentator 10.30 P.M. News Ahead of the Headlines 11.00 P.M. News of the World 11.10 P.M. News Analysis 12.00 MID. News Reports 12.55 P.M. News Reports SUNDAYS augment the daily times: 5.45 P.M. Wm. L. Shirer 6.00 P.M. Ed. R. Murrow - Radio News Extra) .All WHP Programs Arc Subject to Interruption For Important Newt

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