The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on October 15, 1940 · Page 6
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The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland · Page 6

Hagerstown, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 15, 1940
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xuosa oorrmt* 5J0U1B SAVE THIS CHART RADIO CHART ENTIEE WEEK'S PROGRAMS NAUGATUCK, CONN. 191:— B.M'.H SATURDAY, JUNE 7,1947 NewShowsTake Over Radio's Favorite Spots Rhapsody In Rhythm j Sigmuod Romberg With Jan Savitt Returns With All Types Of Music With Peggy Lee regularly featured singer and Johnny Johnston and Buddy Clark alternating weekly as male singing stars. Composer-conductor Sigmund "Rha,«.oUy in Rhythm" bows in Lom P^'--™nductor on the Columbia network Wed-'? , ^ returns to ueMjav Jun radio , Savitt's orchestra round out the lively new summer musical. Miss Lee, fast-rising young artist, is also a song writer, having collaborated . with her husband, Dave Barbour, on such hits as "It's a Good Day" and "I Don't Know Enough About You." Johnston, guitar-playing bari- , Tuesday, June 10, when his sum- i, "An Evening with takes the time spot " "Jkelton Show" (NBC On Sept. 9, Skel- program will r_esum'e'' on . *• -. V• • ing his 35 years In='~snoW business, Romberg has '-'become equally at home in practically every medium of entertainment. His annual tours have acquainted 1 '" the concert stage in ncsday, June 11 (CBS, 9:00-9-30! *''." P. m. .EDT, from Hollywood).i "'?!.'.. SCM ? S '. '.' Atl Evening with Robert Maxwell, swing harpist' , ..~-i. -„ the Jubalaires quartet, and Jan' : ?„ J Skelton Sho * " "" - -- ' iu:ou p. Hi.). ton's NBC. Durin him tone, has the tee-off assignment ever y major city of the country. . in the male department, with f His musical comedies have taught Clnrk stepping in"on .the second i nim tne intricacies of the legiti- broadcast, June 18. Clark is a I mate theater. Work on the screen favorite of stage, screen, night versions of "Maytime," "Girl of clubs-and radio. He "is currently tnc Golden West," "Up in Cen- a stage, headiiner at the Newj tral Park" and other'Romberg - Yotk Paramount Theater. John-^ musicals gave him experience • in ston will commute between New i motion pictures. Opera', o-peretta, York and broadcasts. Hollywood for the' ballet and television are also fa-, I miliar fields for Romberg.' His NBC radio series w'ill mark" his third season on the air. When "An Evening with Romberg" returns, to NBC,' with SPITALNY SOLOIST New And Old Series Bow In While Fall- 1 Winter Top Person-' alities Vacation Hollywood—Pat O'Brien, who once intended to become a lawyer, and actress Lynn Bar:, who began her movie career as a dancer, will piny the leading roles this summer in a new Friday night series dramatizing episodes in the life'of a small town druggist.. . The new show will have its! premiere on Friday, July -} (8:30 p. ml). It will be" produced, by G.lenhal! Taylor and written and directed -by True Bbardman. Music will be directed .by Roy . Bargy, and Howard -Petrie .will ,£ announce. "Summer Theater" will be the first big venture in radio for O'Brien and Miss Bail NEW SUMMER SERIES a Sfcpiece orchestra and two solo-' ists, it will feature all types, of music, from operatic arias, short symphonic .works and overtures to popular songs, light classics, | dance music and even a tit of outright jazz. . ' . DAME MAY WHTTTY David Niven and Dame May .Whitty play prominent roles in CBS 1 "Screen Guild Players" presentation of "Outward Bound,'.' Owen. .Davis' drama of a group of travelers on a journey into eternity, Monday, June 9 (CBS, '.•30 p.' m "HER NIBS" Orchestra conductor David Rose and 'singer Georgia Gibbs will offer an all-musical half-hour of "summer refreshment while Eddie Cantor Has his annual vacation. Their show, "Blue Ribbon Music Time"," ". will take the 'air Thursday, June 26 (NBC, 10:30 p. m.K .......... Miss Gibbs, who will be : dubbeil "Her .'Nibs"'.' in ihis program, made recordings L with' Artie Shaw'and his band,, and then came her New York night club debut at-Cafe Society Downtown in 1943. While there-she introduced a tune' that soop swept the country -- "Shoo Shoo Baby." Since-then she has been.'fitting- in vaudeville land supper club engagements between radio dates. : . ' '' season with « comedy-music . ."iAWYEK TKCHEIB^ . . ; "With Parker Fenneily in "tine title role> as an attorney who knows his law but never' loses sigKl of human values, "Lawyer , Tucker" hangs out.his braiid pew iu.i/u-.iu.ou p. m., C.UL.I. The i s hing]e on the Columbia network story's setting is a ship, and as Thursday, June 12 (CBS, 9:00'-the action progresses, it becomes 9:30 p. m., EDT.). The weekly apparent to the "passengers that "«"""*'- J '-~« —s~~ =.- s . . Nagel, at. this. writing on Broad' . . way in "State of the -'Union," wa emcee also in ; -1945 : " "**' 1 -- 1 -' Joanne is soprano, soloist of they are "outward bound" from , Phil Spitalny's all-girl ensemble on. CBS' . Sunday "Hour of Charm. 1 ;. life to death. Wilbur Hatch con ducts mood music for the drama. Bill Lawrence produces. WHERE THEY ARE ON YOUR DIAL National • Mutual American Columbia WN'BC-WTIC WOR-WWCO WJZ-WATR WCBS-WBRY 660 kc-lOSO kc 710 kc-lMO kc 760 kc-1320 kc 88ff ko-I590 kc $50 to $1500 PERFECT BLUE'WHITE DIAMONDS FAY WEEKLY WILLIAM SCHPERO J E W K I. K R 180 Church Street Naugatuck NAUGATUCK DAIRY Always comedy-drama series is a summer replacement for the "Pick Haymes Show/' which returns in September. ••'•.'. • " Cast prominently in supporting roles are Maurice Wells as. Dan Tucker's law partner, • Warren Biggeis; Mae .Shults as Sarah Tucker, sister and housekeeper- Arthur Anderson as Mark Davis, reform school "graduate" who is Tucker's office boy and protege. | "Lawyer Tucker" is essentially a comedy of character, spiced with unusual plot developments. "SILVER THEATER" "Silver Theater," with Conrad Nagel as emcee, and featuring radio headlincrs in original plays, begins a 12-week run on the Columbia network Sunday, June 8, as summer replacement for "Ad j ventures of Ozzie and Harriet" (CBS, 6:00-6:30 p. m., EDT.). ' The season opener stars Staats Cotsworth, Jay Jostyn and Mary Jane H?gby in a play by Therese Lewis, "Guardian Angel," story- of a retired businessman who bequeaths a large sum of money to a young lady, precipitating I legal protest by the deceaseds nephew. This is the third season that "Silver Theater" is filling in for WELCOME 'Welcome Travelers, aVnovel audience participation^- '-'jMrbgraci originating' in ^Chicago',--.-will - replace the Kenny Baker Sh'ow' on the American Broadcasting". Com-. pany'' network Monday through Friday .beginning'-.June'30, at"-12 Noon;- EDT. , ' V -' ' ""* " • • '• ^Scheduled as a Summer replacement. Welcome Travelers will its guests and participants persons "-who. are stopping in Chicago^ between trains, planes or buses! The .-program's visitors will form one of the best cross-sections of America, to bf found in one place at one time, since an estimated 48,000 travel- ers daily stop .over in the Windy . City. ' - - . • -••--, " ,.. Tc;mmy ; ;Bartlett, veteran. :Cbi- ,cagp ; radip.p^rsonality, win serve ." as : master of cereinonies'"ancl.qiiz-' : nuSt«r of ;:-WD'' .Travelers: . ' - .veers . Bartlelt ^currently emcees the ABC ;i>> . 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