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- 1 15 HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Saturday, Nov. II. 1944 SUNDAY. RADIO ATURES TIME IIG AL Eric Johnston to Discuss "Post - War Jobs" on Edwin C. Hill's Broadcast "Job Opportunities in the cussed by Eric Allen Johnston, president oi tne unuea States Chamber of Commercev when he appears as guest of news commentator Edwin C I Kill, on "The Human Side of the: News," Tuesday, at 10.45 p. m., over WHP. As president of the National Chamber, Mr. Johnston heads a nation - wide organization composed of 1400 chambers of commerce and 400 trade associations, with an underlying membership of nearly a million business men. As a member of the Management - Labor Poli cy Committee, his opinions are respected by the War Manpower Commission and the War Production Board. He is also a member of the Business Advisory Council of the Department of Commerce. Mr. Johnston has frequently expressed the opinion that the United States must take leadership internationally after. the war, if peace and prosperity are to be assured. He believes that the basic problems in maintaining the American system of "creative capitalism" as he terms it will be one of providing employment in private enterprise for a great mass of workers. Now forty - six years of age, Eric Johnston served with the Marine Corps in World War I and retired from the service in 1923, with the rank of captain. After the war, he saw service in the Orient. Having spent much time also in Europe, he has a wide knowledge of foreign affairs and international relationships. Sibelius Composition On Philharmonic . Michael Rosenker, assistant concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic - Symphony, is solo ist with the orchestra in the Si belius D minor Violin Concerto, Pierre Monteux conducting, Sunday, 3 - 4.30 p. m., over WHP. The program also includes Berlioz's overture to "Beatrice and Benedict," the Prokofieff - Byrnes Suite Diabolique and Ravel's Kapsodie Espagnole.., This is Monteux's final appearance with the orchestra this season. A chapter of the "American Scriptures" is presented as the intermission feature. Sibelius' knowledge of and love for the violin are quite apparent in the pages of this concerto which bristles with problem passages but contains - lyrical passages of haunting beauty. Singer' Frank Parker, guest on CBS "Stage Door Canteen," informed Bert Lahr, also a guest, that he had introduced thousands of popular songs. "For instance," Frank bragged, "do you know 'My Melancholy Baby?'" "No, but looking at you, I can guess why she's melancholy!" answered Bert. Begin Sixteenth Year On Air Original members of "The Goldberg" family relax in the home of Mrs. Gertrude Berg, center, who plays Molly and directs the script she introduced November. 1929. James Waters plays her husband, Jake, and Roslyn Silber is their daughter Rosalie. WEDNESDAY, HORNING 8.00 WHP Reveille 6.10 WHP News Roundup 6.15 WHP The Farm Front 7.00 WHP Wike Ud America 7.15 WHP News Bulletins Griffin Shoe Polish TJ5 WHP Wake Up America Music - Time T.5 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS New; of ttie World 8.15 WHP Freddie Martin's Music Eg gert's 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP The Catholic Hour S.00 WHP News Reports 9.05 WHP Songs to Remember 9.15 CBS American School of the Air - New Horizons 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady Cheert Oats 10.15 CBS The Light of the World Softasilk Cake Flour. Kix 10.30 CBS This Changing World Royal Desserts 9.45 CBS This Life Is Mine 10.45 WHP Sons of the Pioneers Grove's Cold Tablets 11.00 CBS Amanda Phil'ip. M. of M. Tablets 11.15 CBS "Second Husband" Dr Lyon's Tooth Powder 11.30 CBS "Bright Horizon" Swan Soap 11.43 CBS Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories spry 12.00 WHP Noc najy News Penn Tobacco AFTERNOON 1J.15 CBS "Bip Sister" - Rtnso 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Benefax 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Life Can Be Beautiful Ivory Flakes 1.15 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.36 CBS Bernadine Flynn. News Crisco 1.41 CBS Th Goldbergs Dui 106 CB 8 Joyce Jordan, M. D. Grape - nut Flakes and Wheatmeal 1. 11 CBO Two on a Clue LaFrance, Satina ano Postum I.M CBsV - Younc Doctor Malone Post's 40 Bran I.4J CB8 - Perry Mason Camay , I M CM - - Mry Marlin FleUnman's Yeas, I. la cast Tena and Tim - Old Dutch Cleanser 1 Post - War Era" will be dis - CASSEL IN THE AIR One of America's native sons and leading baritone of the Metropolitan, Walter Cassel, will appear as guest on "The Pause That Refreshes on the Air," Sunday afternoon at 4.30 over WHP. ' Junior Red Cross "Vox Pop" Theme The important part in America's home - front war effort played by children through the American Junior Red Cross will be graphically told on "Vox Pop" Monday, when Parks Johnson and Warren Hull interview elementary and high school pupils 100 enrolled in Chico, Calif. (8 - 8.30 p. m., over WHP). The Junior Red . Cross has 18, - 466,340 members in 450,000 classrooms across the country. Since Pearl Harbor its youthful workers have produced 25,000,000 comfort and recreational articles for servicemen in camps and hospitals in America and overseas. The junior workers take - part in regular Red Cross .chapter activities, including staff assistance corps, dietitian's aides, first aid and water safety, home nursing, disaster relief corps, nutrition, war fund drives and blood donor service. Too young to give blood themselves, Junior Red Cross mem - hpr nnrtipinato fhrnucrVi their school organizations in the blood aonor recruitment program. NOVEMBER 15 3.30 WHP News Reports Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 WHP Five Minute Mystery Her - sney ice ream 3.40 WHP The Assembly Line 4.00 CBS WACS on Parade Uit WHP News Reports Miller's Shoe store 4.30 WHP America in Action 5.00 WHP News Reports Cheramy Skin Balm 5.05 WHP Spike Jones and City Slickers jonnson s Drax 5.13 WHP The Dinning Sisters Veds 5.25 WHP The Name You'll Remember Hershev Ice Cream 5.30 WHP The Texas Rangers Wild - root 5.45 WHP Mitchell Grand, Organ and' EVENING 6.00 WHP News Analysis Studebaker Corp. 6.05 WHP Inside MGM Metro - Gold - wyn - Mayer 6.15 CBS - - Lynn Murray's Orchestra and Chorus Sauibb Products 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS World Today; News General Electric 6.55 CBS "Meaning m the News" B. F. Goodrich Rubber 7 00 CBS 1 Love i Mysterv - lvorv Soap 7.15 CBS Music That Satisfies Chester field Cigarets ' 3(1 CBS Fasv ack Anacin 8.00 CBS Jack Carson Show Campbell soups 8.30 CBS Jean Hershoh as "Dr. Christian" Vaseline Preparations 8.55 CBS Bill Henry News Johns - ManvUIe 9.00 CBS Frank Sinatra Show Vimms 9.30 CBS Which Is Which Ken Murray Old Golds 10.00 CBS Great Momenta In Music Celeanese 10.30 CBS The Electric Hour Nelson Eddy Electric Co's oi America 11.00 WHP News of the World Duauesne Beer 11.10 CBS News Analysis MaJ. George Fieldine Elliott 11.15 WHP Radio News Reel (BBC) 11.30 CBS Invitation to Music 12.00 CBS News Bulletin 12.05 CBS Petrillo. Janette and McCor - mick 12.30 CBS SheD Field's Orch. 12.55 WHP Mews Summary , h m i Kate Smith Hour Welcomes Ingrid Bergman as Guest Kate Smith welcomes wo big - name guests film star Ingrid Bergman and madcap comedian Milton Berle to her CBS va riety hour on WHP, Sunday, 7 to 8 p. m. Miss Bergman's appearance on the Kate Smith Hour comes as a last - minute surprise. Late yesterday it was announced that the celebrated screen star would ap pear. Acclaimed by critics and colleagues alike as one of the greatest dramatists of the day, Miss Bergman will be presented in a special dramatization bent ting the occasion. Milton Berle, master of the quick, flip quip on stage, screen and radio, lets himself go in in. imitable style. Kate Smith sings five hit tunes in the musical feature of the program. Kate's regular cast includes comedian Harry Savoy, producer Ted Collins, Jack Miller's orchestra and the new vocal group which is fast - growing in popu larity, Four Chicks and Chuck. PRESSING MATTER It looks as if Carol and Michael West, pictured above, are having a little trouble closing one of the cases they're getting ready for their jaunt to Chicago in the CBS drama, "Bright Horizon." The serial is heard daily at 11.30 a. m., over WHP. Templeton Guest On Sinatra's Show Wednesday Night Alec Templeton, the blind vir tuoso of the piano, will be the visiting guest star on the Frank Sinatra show, next Wednesday, at 9 p. m. over WHP and the Columbia network. This will be Sinatra's last Wednesday night broadcast. Beginning November 20, his half - hour show will be aired regularly Monday nights pt 9 p. m. Eileen Barton and Axel Stordahl s orchestra p"p - ogram regulars with "The Voice." In the past few years Alex Templeton has become as popular with his musical take - offs as he has at the concert piano. Sinatra will be treated to several of his radio satires and it may be that Templeton will have written an original operetta about "The Voice." Though not in the crooner class, the talented musician has a style all his own when it comes to giving" vocal renditions. Axel Stordahl and the Vimms chorus will give the musical setting to the vocal numbers of Frank Sinatra and his singing partner, Eileen Barton. Gracie Allen's cook, on CBS "George Burns and Gracie Allen Show," told Gracie she had spent her last penny getting glasses for her brother. "Oh, that's too bad," sympathized Gracie. "Well," said the cook, "the poor boy got tired drinking out of bottles!" ft?, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16 MORNING 8.00 WHP Reveille 6.10 WHP News Roundup 6.15 WHP The Farm Front 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 Npws of the World 8.15 WHP Freddie Martin's Music Eg - gen s 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions 9.00 WHP News Reports - 9.05 WHP Jack Connor Trio 9.15 CBS American School of the Air From Far and Near 9.45 CBS This Life Is Mine 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady Cheert Oats 10.15 CBS The Light of the W o r I d - Softasilk Cake Flour. Kix 10.30 CBS This Changing World Royal GelaUn and Puddings 10.45 WHP Sons of the Pioneers Grove's Cold Tablets 11.00 CBS Amanda Phillip's Tooth Paste 11.15 CBS "secund ' Husband" Bayer Aspirin UJ" CBS "Bright Horizon" Swan Soap 1L45 CBS Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories Spry 12.00 WHP Noonday News Penn Tobacco AFTERNOON , 12.15 CBS Big Sister Rinso 12.30 CBS "Romance of Helen Trent" Benefax and Bi - so - dol 12.45 CBS "Our Gal Sunday" Anacin 1.00 CBS Life Can Be Be"tiful L15 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Bernadine Flynn, N e w s Crisco 1.45 CBS The Goldbergs Duz 2.00 CBS Joyce Jordan, M. D. Grape - nut Flakes and Wheatmeal 2.15 CBS Two on a Clue LaFrance, Satina and Postum 2.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Post's 40 Bran 2.45 CBS Perrv Mason Camav 3.00 CBS Mary Marlin Fleishman's Yeast WHP PROGRAM SCHEDULE For the Week SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12 MORNING 8.00 CBS News of the World 8 OS CBS Organ Fantasies 8.30 CBS The Jubilaires 8.45 WHP Palestine Speaks f 9 or CRS - New nt the World 9.15 WHP Al Williams Health System 9.30 CBS E. Power Biggs, Organist 9.4a CBS New Voices In Song 10.00 CBS Church of the Air 10 SO CBS Wines Over Jordan 11.00 CBS Wanen Sweeney, News 11.05 CBS Blue Jacket Choir. Minneapolis - Honeywell R e g u lator Company 11 JO WHP Market Square Presbyterian Church AFTERNOON 12.15 WHP Margit Hegedus String Ensemble 12.30 WHP Salt Lake City Tabernacle Service 1.00 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes LIS WHP This Week In Washington - Con. John C Kunkel 1.30 WHP Freddie Martin's Music Eg - gert's 1.45 CBS Edward R. Murrow, News Amoco Gas 2.00 CBS Matinee Theatre Victor Jory Vick Chemical Co. 130 WHP The War This Week Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Co. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 HORNING . 6.00 WHP Reveille 6.10 WHP News Roundup 6.15 WHP The Far: Front 7.00 WHP Wake Uo 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 News of the World 8.15 WHP Freddie Martin's Music Eg - gert's 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions Harris - burg Ministerial Association 9.00 WHP News Reports 9.05 WHP Sones to Remember 9.15 CBS American School of the Air - Science Frontiers 0.45 CRS This Life Is Mine 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady Cheer! Oats 10.15 CBS The Light of the World Softssi k Cake Flour. Klx 10.30 CBS This Changing World Royal Gelatin and Puddings 10.45 WHP Sons of the Pioneers Grove s Cold Tablets 11.00 CBS Amanda. 11.15 CBS Serond 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 WHP Noonday News Penn To bacco AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS Big Sister Rinso 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Benefax 12.45 CBS Our Gal Sunday Anacin 1.00 CBS Life Can Be Beautiful Ivors Soap 1.15 CBS Ma Perkins Oxydol 1.30 CBS Bernadine Flynn, N w s Crisco 1.45 CBS "The Goldbergs" Dug 2.00 CBS Joyce Jordan, M. D. Grape - nut Flakes and Wheatmeal 2.15 CBS Two on a Clue LaFrance, Satina and Postum 2.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Post's 40 Bran 2.45 CBS Perry Mason Camay 3.00 CBS Mary MarUa Fleishman's Yeast TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 HORNING 6.00 WHP Reveille 6.10 WHP News Roundup 8.15 WHP The Farm Front 7.00 WHP Wake Ud America 7.15 WHP News Bulletins - Griffin Shoe Polish 7.25 WHP Wake Up America Music Tim 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS News of the World 8.15 WHP Freddie Martin's Music Eg' gert's 8.30 CBS Coffee Club 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions 9.00 WHP News Reports 9.05 WHP Sones to Remember 9.15 CBS American School of the Air - Gateways to Music 9.45 CBS This Life Is Mine 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady Cheert Oats 10.15 CBS The Light of the W o r 1 d Softasilk Cake Flour. Klx 10.30 CBS This Changing World Royal Gelatin and Puddings 10.45 WHP Sons of the Pioneers Grove's Cold Tablets 11.00 CBS Amanda nhilliDS Tooth Paste 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 WHP Noonday News Penn Tobacco 12.13 CBS "Big Sister" Rinso 12.30 CBS Romance of Helen Trent Benefax and Bi - So - Dol 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 Bernadine Flynn, News Crisco 1.45 CBS The Goldbergs Duz 2.00 CBS Joyce Jordan, M. D. Grape - nut Flakes and Wheatmeal 2.15 CBS Two on a Clue LaFrance, Satina ana Postum 2.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Post's 40 Bran 2.45 CBS Pcrrv Mason Camay 3.00 CBS Mary Marlin Fleishmann's Yeast 3.15 CBS Tena and Tim Old Dutch Cleanser 3.15 CBS Tena and Tim - Old Dutch Cleanser 3.30 WHP News Reports Shoemaker's sea Food 3.35 WHP Five Minute Mystery Hershey Ice Cream 3.40 WHP The Assembly Line 4.00 CBS Marines In the Making 4.25 WHP News Reports Miller k Shoe Store 4:3" WHP "America In Action" 5.00 WHP News Reports Cheramy Skin Balm 5.05 WHP Spike Jones and City Slickers Johnson s Drax 5.15 WHP The Dinning Sisters Veds 5.25 WHP The Name You'll Remember Hershey Ice Cream 5.30 CBS Terry Allen and the Three Sisters S.45 WHP Lum and Abner Alka - Seltzer EVENING 6.05 WHP Inside MGM Metro - Gold - wyn - Maver 6.15 CBS Major Eliot and the News Amoco Gas 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS World Today: News General Electric 6.55 CBS "Meaning of the News" Jos eph Harsch B.F. Goodrich Co. 7.00 CBS 1 Love a Mystery Ivory Soap 7.15 CBS Music That Satisfies Chester field Cigarets 7.30 CBS Mr Keen. Tracer of Lost Per sons Kolynos Tooth Paste 8.00 CBS Suspense Roma Wine 8.30 CBS "Death Valley Sheriff" Borax ana tsoraxo 8.55 CBS BUI Henry. News Johns - Manvtue 9.00 CBS Maioi Bowes Original Ami teur Hour - Chrysler Corn 9.30 CBS Corliss Archer Anchor Hock ing Class 10.00 CBS The First Line Wrigley spearmint bum 10.30 WHP News Ahead of the Head lines David's 10.35 WHP Longine Symphonettes lxmgine watcnes 11.00 WHP News of tlx - World Du quesne Beer 11.10 CBS News Analysis Bob Trout 11.15 WHP Radio News Reel (BBC) 1 CBS Vivi AmeriK - 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.05 CBS Music by Warrington 12.30 CBS Gene Kurpa's Orch. 12.55 WHP News Summary of November 12 J.OP CBS New York Philharmonic Orch. TJ. S Rubber Co i 4.30 CBS "Pause That Refreshes" Coca Cola S.00 CBS Prudential Family Hour S.45 CBS Wm. Shirer, News Williams Shaving Cream EVENING fl.00 CBS The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet International Silver 6.30 CBS Toasties Time Fannie Brice Post Toasties 7.00 CBS Kate Smith Hour Jello and Jello Puddings 8.00 CBS Blond ie Super Suds 8.30 CBS Crime Doctor Philip Morris Cigarets 9.00 CBS Radio Reader's Digest Campbell Soups 9.30 CBS Texaco Star Theatre 10.00 CBS "Take It Oi Leave It" Ever - sharp Pens and Pencils - 10.30 CBS We. the People Gulf U.OO WHP News Aheao. of the Headlines, David's Clothes 11.10 CBS Analysis of News Everett Holies 11.15 WHP Sunday Special (BBC) 11.30 WHP Trans - Atlantic Call 12.00 CBS News Reports 13.05 CBS We Deliver the Goods 12.30 CBS Glen Gray's Orchestra 12.55 WHP News Summary 3.15 CBS Tena and Tim Old Dutch Cleanser 3.30 WHP News Reports Shoemaker's sea Food ' 3.35 WHP Five Minute Mystery Her - sney Ice Cream 3.40 WHP The Assembly Line 4.00 CBS WAVES on Parade 4.25 WHP News Reports Miller's' Shoe - stora 4:30 WHP "America In Action" 5.00 WHP News Reports Cheramy Skin Calm 5.05 WHP Spike iones and City Slickers Johnson s Drax 5.15 WHP The Dinning Sisters Veds 5.25 WHP The Name You'll Remember Hershey Ice Cream 5.30 WHP The leas Rangers Wild' root 5.45 WHP Lum and Abnar Alka - Seltzer EVENING 6.00 WHP - l - Newa Analysis Studebaker Corn. 6.05 WHP Inside MGM Metro - Gold - wyn - Maver - 6.15 CBS Lynn Murray's Orchestra and Chorus Sauibb's Products 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clotnes 6.45 CBS World Today; News General Electric 6.55 CBS "Meaning of the News" Joseph Harsch B.F. Goodrich Co. 7.00 CBS I Love a Mystery Ivory SoaD 7.15 CBS Hedda Hopper's . Hollywood Armour ana co. 7.30 CBS Thanks to the Yanks Camel Cigarets 8.00 CBS "Vox Pop" Bromo Seltzer 8.30 CBS Gay Nineties Revue Model Tobacco 8.55 CBS Bill Henry. New s Johns - Manville 9.00 CBS Lux Radio Theatre Lux Soap ana f laxes 10.00 CBS Screen Guild Players Lady Esther 10.30 CBS The Johnny Morgan Show Ballantine Beer and Ale 11.00 WHP News Ahead of the Head lines David s 11.15 WHP Radio News Reed (B.B.C.) 11.30 CBS Johnny Long's Orch. 12.00 CBS News Reports 12.05 CBS Music from the West 12.30 CBS Frankie Carle's Orchestra 12.55 WHP News Summary 3.30 WHP News Reports Shoemaker's sea f ood 3.35 WHP Five Minute Mystery Hershey Ice Cream 3.40 WHP The Assembly Line 4.00 WHP It's Maritime 4.25 WHP News Reports Miller's Shoe Store 4:30 WHP "America in Action" 5.00 WHP News Reports Cheramy Skin Balm 5.05 WHP Spike Jones and City Slickers Johnson s Drax S.15 WHP The Dinning Sisters Veds 5.25 WHP The Name You'll Remember 'Hershey Ice Cream 5.30 CBS Terry Allen and the Ross Sisters 5.45 WHP Lum and Abner Alka - Seltzer EVENING 6.00 WHPNews Analysis Studebaker ' Corp. 6.05 WHP Inside MGM Metro - Gold - wvn - Mayer 6.15 WHP Beyond the News Bath - asweet 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS World Today: News General Electric 6.55 CBS "Meaning of the News" Joseph Harsch B.F. Goodrich Co. 7.00 CBS 1 Love a Mystery Ivory Soap 7.15 CBS Music That Satisfies Chester field Cigarets 7.30 CBS American Melody Hour Bayer Aspirin 8.00 CBS Big Town Ironized Yeast 8.30 CBS Theatre of Romance Colgate Tooth rowder 8.55 CBS Bill Henry, News Jns Man - ville 9.00 CBS Burns and Allen Swan Soap 9.30 WHP Mayor of the Town Lionel Barrymore 10.00 CBS Service to the Front Wrigley 10.30 WHP News Ahead of the Headlines David's 10.35 WHP Glory Pleasant Trio 10.45 WHP Edwin C. Hill Band Aids 11.00 WHP News of the World Du - quesne 11.10 WHP News Analysis 11.15 WHP Radio Newsreel (BBC) 11.30 CBS Casey, press photographer 12.00 CBS News Bulletins 12.05 CBS Buffalo Presents 12.30 CBS Vaughn Monroe Orch. 12.55 WHP News Summary. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17 MORNING 6.00 WHP Reveille 6.10 WHP News Roundup 6.15 WHP - The Farm Front 7.00 WHP Wake Up America 7.15 WHP Npws Bulletins Griffin Shoe Polish 7.25 WHP Wake Up America Music Time 7.45 WHP Bond ' Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS News of the World 8.15 CBS The Jubilaires 8.30 CBS Coffre Cluo 8.45 WHP Morning Devotions Harris - burg Ministerial Aasociation 9.00 WHP News Reports 9.05 WHP Songs to Remember 9.15 CBS American School of the Air This Living World 9.45 CBS This Life Is Mine 10.00 CBS The Valiant Lady Cheeri Oats 10.15 CBS The Light of the W o r I d - softasiik cake Flour. Kix 10.30 CBS The Changing World B o y a 1 ueiatin ana ruaaings 10.45 WHP Sons of the Pioneers Grove's Cold Tablets 11.00 CBS Amanda Phi.lip M. of M. Tablets 11.15 CBS Second Husband Bayer's Aspirin 11.30 CBS "BriMht Horizon" Swan Soap 11.45 CBS Aunt Jenny's Real Life Stories Spry 12.00 WHP Noonday News Penn - To - oacci AFTERNOON 12.15 CBS "Big Sister" - Swin Soap 12.30 CBS "Romance of Helen Trent" Benefax and Bi - so - dol 12.45 CBS "Our Gal Sunday" Anacin 1.00 CBS "Life ran Be Beautiful" - Ivory Flakes 1.15 CBS "Ma Perkins." Oxydol 1.30 CBS Bernadine Flynn, N e w s crisco 1.45 CBS The Goldbergs Dux 2.00 CBS Joyce Jordan, M. D. Grape - nut lanes ana Wheatmeal 2.15 CBS Two on a Clue LaFrance, Sat na and Postum 2.30 CBS Young Doctor Malone Post's 40 Bran 2.45 CBS Perry Mason Camay ' 3.00 CBS Mary Marlin Fleishman's t Yeast Star, Returned From S. Pacific, On Vie, The People Marjorie Lawrence, Metropolitan Opera star who has been entertaining U. S. troops in Australia, tells some of her overseas experiences on Columbia's "We, the People" program Sunday, 10.30 p. m. over WHP. Miss Lawrence also sings one of the songs most requested by her G. I. audiences. Other guests to be interviewed by emcee Milo Boulton include, Clifton Mack, director of the Office of Procurement in Washington, and Dr. Austin H. Clark of the Smithsonian Institution. Clifton Mack is an official shopper' for Lend - Lease, UNRRA, and the Red Cross. Within an hour he may get an order for a railway train in North Africa, a tire factory for Russia or diapers for Arabia. Dr. Clark, speaking from Washington, tells how the Smithsonian Institution has received thousands of contributions from American soldiers in all parts of the world. Among the contributions are a giant long - horned grasshopper known as "Henri etta," the B - 29 of the grasshopper world, and a tremendous spider named "Lucille," big enough to play leading lady in a horror dream. Petite and pretty Janet Waldo who's "Corliss Archer" on CBS - WHP Thursdays, 9.30 p. m., uses the sound effects door as doors should be used. Colbert & Ameche In "Magnificent Obsession" Mon. Claudette Colbert and Don Ameche will play the leading roles in Cecil B. DeMille's version of the moving drama, "Magnificent Obsession," when it is presented on the Lux Radio Theatre, Monday. The full - hour dramatic show is aired regularly Mondays at 9 p. m. over WHP. "Magnificent Obsession" re volves around the philanthropic teachings of a Dr. Hudson, eminent brain surgeon, who dies sud denly and leaves his attractive wife, Helen, played by Claudette Colbert, grieved by his untimely death. Helen believes her hus band's death might have been averted were it not for Bobby Merrick, millionaire playboy en acted by Don Ameche. Shortly after Merrick's meeting with the late surgeon's wife, she is struck by an automobile and suffers a concussion which leaves her blind. The playboy learns of Dr. Hudson's philosophy, that happiness and success can only b attained by helping others, and resolves henceforth to live his life accordingly. After years of study he becomes a famous surgeon and the "Magnificent Obsession" closes in an operating room climax. Lou Silvers will arrange the dra matic musical setting for the full - hour production. 3.15 CBS Tena and Tim - Old Dutch Cleanser 3.30 WHP News Reports Shoemaker's Sea Food 3.35 WHP Five Minute Mystery Her shey ice Cream 3.40 WHP The Assembly Line 4.00 CBS First In the Air 4.25 WHP Mews Reports Miller's Shoe store 4:30 WHP "America in Action" 5.00 WHP News Reports Cheramy Skin Balm 5.03 WHP Spike Jones and City Slickers jonnson s Drax 5.15 WHP The Dinning Sisters Veds 5.25 WHP The Name You'll Remember Hershey Ice Cream 5.30 WHP The Texas Rangers Wild' root 5.45 WHP Lum and Abner Alka - Seltzer EVENING 5.00 WHP News Analysis Studebaker Corp. 6.05 WHP Inside MGM Metro - Gold wvn - Maver 6.15 CBS Lynn Murray's Orchestra and Chorus - Squibb a products 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS World Today: News General Electric 6.5 CBS Meaning of the News Jos eph Harsch B.F. Goodrich Co. 7.00 CBS I Love a Mysterv Ivory Soaj 7.15 CBS The Raymond Scott Show i.3ti CBS Fvidav on Broadway Anacin 8.00 CBS The Aldrich Family Postum 8.30 CBS Adventures of the Thin Man Post s Raisin Bran 8.55 CBS Bill Henry News - Johns - Manvllle 8 00 CBS It Pays To Be Ignorant - Philip Morris Cigarets 9.30 CBS That Brewster Boy Quaket Oats 10.00 CBS Moore ana Durante Show Comedy Camel Cigarets 10.30 CBS Stage Door Canteen Mazola 11.00 WHP News Ahead of the Head line David's Clothes 11.10 WHP News Analysis 11.15 WHP Radio News Reel (BBC) 11.30 CBS Mildred Bailey Show 2.00 CBS New - Report. 12.05 CBS Toronto Calling 12.30 CBS Lee Castle's Orch. m5 WHP Hews nummary A - DOOR - ABLE wms m it Radio's Top - Flight Shows Assembled On 17I1P - CDS Sunday flight Schedule A new high has been established in radio entertainment in the assemblage of Sunday night's radio shows. Starting at 6 o'clock and running late "SNOOKS" TO YOU Fannie Brice, one and only "Baby Snooks," is heard on CBS - WHP Sundays, 6.30 p. m. "Daddy" is played by Hanley Stafford. Jim Melton Sings; Geo. Burns Burns James Melton, tenor star of the Metropolitan Opera, will compete for singing honors with George Burns on the "George Burns and Gracie Allen" program, which makes Symphony Hall,, Boston. its first stop in a four - week CBS tour, Tuesday, at 9 p. m., over WHP. With Gracie booked to perform her famous "Concerto for Index Finger" the following night for the benefit of the Greater Boston United War Fund, it is only rea sonable that George should cut in on the musical honors. Gracie obligingly offers James Melton, her guest artist for the broadcast, a chance to have her husband as singing partner at the opera star's forthcoming Boston recital. Pay - off is a duet between Melton and George of "Aint Misbe - havin' " with Melton giving it the operatic treatment. Bill Goodwin is the announcer and Felix Mills leads the or chestra. Sunday Radio's funniest couple, heard Sundays over WHP at 8 p. m., are "Blondie" and "Dagwood," shown here as a happy couple as well, portrayed by Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake, the two film stars who highlight this comedy series each week. SATURDAY, MORNING 6.00 WHP Reveille 6.10 WHP News Roundup 6.15 WHP The Farm Front 7:00 WHP Wake Up America Music a.id Time 7.15 WHP News Reports Griffin Shoe Polish 7.25 WHP Wake Up America Music anu Time 7.45 WHP Bond's Breakfast Bulletins - Bond Clothes 8.00 CBS News of the World 8.15 WHP Rythm and Reason 8.30 CBS U. S. Navy Band 8.45 WHP Rabbi Bookstaber 9.00 WHP News Reports 9.10 WHP News For the Motorist 9.15 "CBS The Garden Gate 9.30 WHP Junior Red Cross Program 9.45 WHP Hasten the Day 10.00 CBS Youth on Parade 10.30 WHP OPA Broadcast 10.45 WHP Helen McCauley, Pianist 11.00 CBS Warren Sweeney News Cur - tiss Candy 11.05 CBS "Let s Pretend" C r e a m Of Wheat 11.30 CBS The Billie Burke Show Servel 12.00 CBS "Armstrong Theatre of Tody" Armstrong Cork AFTERNOON 12.30 CBS Stars Over Hollywood Darl - Rich Products 1.00 CBS Grand Central Station Pills - bury Mills 1.25 WHP News Reports 1.30 WHP Middletown Air Depot 2.00 CBS Victory F.O.B. 2.30 CBS Football Game WHP NEWSCAST TIMES DAILI Daytime 6.15 A.M. - 7.15 A.M.. 7.45 A.M. - 8.00 A.M. - 9.00 A.M. - - WHP newsrooms - News Reports - Breakfast bulletins - News of the World - Ninr o'clock News - Noonday News - News Reports - News Reports - New Reports - News Analysis from London 12.00 A.M.. 3.30 P.M. - .2i P.M. - S.on P.M. - 5.03 P.M. - SUNDAYS These newscast augment the dally times: 11.00 A.M. News Reports loo f.M. aunasy edition into the evening, the all - star lineup brings WHP and Columbia network listeners a complete headline variety show from start to finish. Leading off this extravagant evening is the new Ozzie Nelson, Harriet Hilliard show, "The Ad ventures of Ozzie and Harriet," a typical, but not too normal home scene with "America's favorite young couple." Then follows the new Fanny Brice show, featuring the cele brated comedy star in her favor ite role of "Snooks, and intro ducing the new characterization of "Irma Potts." This new "double feature," heard at 6.30 p. rri., is gaining new thousands for the Brice audience. At 7 o'clock. Radio's greatest variety show, "The Kate Smith Hour" takes to the air with its great variety of guest stars and features, headlined by America's most famous song star, Kate Smith. "Blondie," one of radio's most unique comedy features, starring Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake, adds new life to the favorite comic strip characters, and is winning a vast new audience through the bright, light entertainment it brings to Sunday night radio. From here the evening's sched ule goes into such well - established Sunday evening features as "Crime Doctor," "ftadio Reader's Digest," "Texaco Star Theatre," "Take It or Leave It," and "We, The People." , Details of these features will be found elsewhere on this page. Audience to Guess "Which Is Which" in Novel Quiz Series Five top - ranking radio and screen stars, - Joe E. Brown, Charles Boyer, Rudy Vallee, Vera Vague, and Bonnie Baker or their imitators are heard on "Which Is Which," unique quiz program over WHP and the Columbia network Wednesday, 9.30 - 10 p. m. . With Ken Murray as master of ceremonies, studio contestants and listeners are asked to ascertain whether the voices they hear are actually those of the stars or their imitators. Incidental music for the program is conducted by Richard Himber. Mel Williamson is producer and director, and Bob Williams announces. Fun Folks NOVEMBER 18 v EVENING 3.30 CBS News Reports 3.35 CBS Football Game 5.00 CBS Philadelphia Orchestra 6.00 WHP News Analysis Studebaker. 6.05 WHP Football Scores Hershey Creamery 6.15 WHP Beyond the News Batha - sweet 6.30 WHP Radio News Extra Styletex Clothes 6.45 CBS World Today; News General Flectric f :55 WHP News Analysis 7.00 WHP Here's to Romance Evening in Paris 7.30 CBS America In the Air Wrigley Doublemint Gum 8.00 CBS The Kenny Baker Show Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer 8.30 CBS "inner Sanctum" fain - olive Shave Crepm 8.55 CBS Bob Trout News Quink 9.00 CBS "Hit Parade" Lucky Strike Cigarets 9.45 CBS Longine Symphonettes Longine Watches 10.15 CBS Correction Please, with J. C. Flippen Turns 10.45 WHP Something for the Girls - U.Oi WHP News of the World Du - quesne Beer 11.10 CBS News Analysis Major George Fieldlne Elliot 11.15 CBS Euric Madrlguera's Orch. 11.30 CBS Frankie Carle's .Orch. 12.00 CBS - - News Reports 12.05 CBS Dean Hudson's Orch. 12.30 WHP - Shep Fields' Orch. 1D.55 WHP News Summary Night Time 6.00 P.M. WHP News Analyst 6.30 P.M. Radio New:: Extra 6.45 P.M. The World Today " 8.55 P.M. News Commentator ' 10.30 P.M. News Ahead of the BeadllnM 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 1.45 P.M. Ed R. Morrow from London 6.13 P.M. - Radio News Extra

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