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MONDAY, 31, 1942 ON THE AIR TODAY IJlOO JH. ,»»• \vsvs; (>r tl|u Plnnnoi'H Unuio Don |NlSS 0:15 p. »n, Krank Hollywood for hlnmu 1 p, in. fot ' urnl I p, ni, ' vim- •Horn 1 .'* SJ/-SVTK; I homas 7:45 p. in, W,JX~ Dlniio Oourtnuy; Jestors• VVHAF-WT1U—N-ewa ' ", 8:00 p, m. V •\V,f2—Nciws ' NVKAK-WTK!—Ouvfiloudo of Amor" ioa WAnC\VUU.AVlG(V-aal Tlnnoy 8; 15 p. m, W(W-\VK.:t!—Hurry James's Orch, VVJ/-~laim and Abnor \Y.\TK—himtfuosfooro on the Air 8:!JO p, in. WIW-WTiri—Voloo of Firestone NVAIH.!—(luy -NlnotluH Rovuo \\MX--Truo or False DODGER BOSS ROLLS A :00 in. ( Ani'H II AlHly \VKSK-\VTH :• -Knul WurlnK VICi'- ...... KulUw I.uwlH, ,fr. 7: IS P., ni, • . i^i)f!<l"nl.liilly VOUCH \V\H<: -Mary Small - • WAlMVTir, ...... Ni-ws Wia: '--,li'))iiM»n Knnilly - - •' \V\TH- I'lioiu- Your AiiM'woi 1 7: IK) p, in,. 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MOacum *.\V,I X— A I Ina ., J 6 h n Frocdo m VVA'ra-Wrc,JC— Our Mm-alO OSCAR LEVANT WTJC , . , WEAF GREAT ARTIST SERIES Super Radio Special HKSIST01IS mid CON. $^ .00 Ki»f <ACKU - T< JL Delivery 53,1 Wntorlown Avti,, Wftterbiury Tel, 8-«217 WAlK.i~"C'a{iiniljlu Wprkshapj \YMMrV4,andH_.of tlip Froo . \VATRrWfOG—Mickey Alpert's Orch. 10:45 p, in, W.fX—Froddlo Stewart • ' , WICJC—nublonlng Talk ' • AVATM-Wtm—MuskJ -That Endures 11:00 p. m. WATn-Wv\BC-WOM-WICC.\VEAP- \WX-WTiC—Time; News; 'WuaMier 11:ir> p. m, WABC—Ray Kinney's. Orch. wmi—Jm'i-y Wald's Oroh. VVKAI' 1 —Music You Want W r rrG«»-Stoi'y Dramas WATU-WICCJ—NYttlly Johnson Oroh. 11:80 p, m. VS'IOAKJW-Tia—JOHO Bethancourt's Oroh. VVOR—Charlie Barnot's Oroh. WA1K!—.Johnny Long's Oroli. SN'JX—Xnyler C/ugat's Oroh. .NVA'Ta^VICG—Radio Newsrcol ' '. - . ;11:<'i5 p.,,in. >'-.. , \V.OU~Dlok Stabile's Oroh, • 12;00 •Mldiiifj.ltt < WAnC'r-Nowa; Joi'ry AVald's Orch. WOU-.Nyfnc;—Art .larrott.'s Orch. \S'i']AF-\>'TiC—Nows; Polo Bros! 'bla'.s Orch, . •\VJX—Nesvs; ftiid'dy Frnnklln'H WATH—Sign Off manager of the National Leaou of .. i , . . ; — _ —-,•-- .—..-TT- .. r.^r-v,-"!'.* — •'••••• v *-v ,v' »w."»i»crri WIT?e ' DO IDT* LopMng on, JeR to rlflhtr«ir«:^vt Andrew Wilton ,of Phil.delpl.; Mrt. Jos^^!^^^ Bert Wheeler This Week on Loew's Stage Those.comedy favorites of stage, SGroe.n.and radio, 13ort Wheeler and •Hank'Lad,' together' with lovely Franoe.tta Malloy,-headline the all- star stage- show • being- • presented Wednesday "tmd Thursday of this week dh the. stage• of the popular -.Lo'O.vY.-'PoH ; tlieatdr, These stars ro- •pontly • appearofl -as- -the- -headjinors. p'n' the, "p,ld,,Gold".. radib, program,' as ( ,we'll as''iiVany -oUior programs ovbii- the .couiit'ry'.s' loading networks. W.hoelt'r : lS'"inn other hull 1 of the fa- _ .nioiis .teAm''^!'Whcelor and' Wool-' ''soy, who.upon l,ho"dcalh of the latter, .lofpTied''up.-.with- comoclian Manic La'dd, IJiJs team, bccomlngln a short* lime, the "comedy race and Hoilywood.. The!r here in .-person treat for everyone, s5, rnakQ;. : ^qur plans now to". comc v :fio\Vn' ';td:/tft«i Lo.ew Poll theater,-and ; me'et- V^h'eel- er and Ladd'iir por{jOn ; .- (: V. ; •••';: •-. Direct from New York's Hotel Commodore and the. : gr.eat,e^t,/ ( saly.p:; of 'cri tical applause ever 'to .'greet'Ca'' new band,- comps' the., noxU big-,v'at^ : l.i'ftctloji on the program, vRnyy.ivjc-f : Ivinley and Iris ^orchestr.a-.' showman,- America's -top drummer and one: of tlie.niost' popular - musicians, .In -the courttry.v is r | 1 oxas-born Ray. form.erly . with •...... \Vhore, as-well us being l;be drums, -he gained-a'reput/alion Qf . an .Qulsj.anding,. blues More.rqcently. '.c.o-lciider' vv an'd tured- mainstay, of' ••great orchestra, Ray introduced such . famous tunes as "Beat Me .-Daddy. Bight 'To -A- Bar," ''Scrub; Me Manna with a Boogie 13eat," and "many i others; Featured vocalists \viih the Mckinley orchestra. ; are Irnogene Ly.nn arid Mahion Clark';'Other big acts, on the bill will;'- be headed,' by .tji.eXthree Byrne Sisters, lovely dancing and "singing stars from many: a Broadway musical hit, and recently "of , the '"Zlegfeld Fol' '' Poll screen are "The MagniDcent Arnbersoris" * with Dolores Goslello and Joseph, Co't'ton/anlJ "Syncopation,"' the history of American Jaza, with Connie Boswell, Adolphe Men- jou,' Jackie 1 Cooper"tfnd*lho "All-American dance band. If you .Imven't already seen Ihis splendid " double hit show make v your 1 plans .to do-TSO before the concluding performance tomorrow eycning.,:^ . Great Double V T .BillNow at Gem Theater . scon's SCRAP BOOK "^^ '.Whether It be on "the air b'r in "hiis; fllms; Kay .Kyser, the Old Professor of 'the College., of. .\fuslcal Knp>*l4; edge, likes to poke fun at.any.ohe or anything,, or \ even at liimseir.c.ifbr 3 ' that ; niatter. ; ' v -f;-,', ^ < In his first picture, '^That's Right, Youjre Wrong," the popular 4 . band j leader-comedian. turne^.>-ine* spot- Jight on Hollywood' andjtne ; -..fl.lnem~ industry and kidded tiiem^n^'eligli ful fashion. He.ajso to9.k; : a-;|%ll put of himself for trying to'be-an actptK In his next-.poreen vehicle, "You'll Find Out," Kay had fun by .makmg fun of movie horror-my.stci'Jes^tey.ei'i went so far as to hir.e the screen's tl^e^/most* horrifying bad-humor irien; : 'Peter L'orr'e, Bela Lugpsi and Boris, Karl off. , . ' . _; ;Currently 'Kay. is starrejd •{•ri''V'?i?my* maies,"K now ^at the Genv'ith<Jater, another-laugh-rlpt. in whichJie agajn portrays himself. This tiifie he harmlessly kid's Shakespeare, and comes mighty, .close, to. murdering the .Bard of...Avon's,Immo'vi/ai 'draina. while proving, that he,. Kyser, is/no 1 great shakes - as a Shakespearean actor! But it's all in fun, and there are more>huck4osv,t)ian. a ti-eerfull of mai'm6sets.\ . ' . ^'^ ^T,; ; - .. One, of the, strongest ; casts'ever assembled in a horror,. drama Is now at.the Gem theater • in'Lfrifver- sal's--thrill-filled.drama, "The Ghost of Frankenstein." ; Heading the line-up of talent are. Sir Cedric Hardwlcke, Lon Chancy, 1 Ralph Bellamy;-.Llbnel AtwiJl, Bela Lugosi and Evelyn Ankers. . I WAR IN EtfROPE I [ A YEAR AGO, I AUG. 31,1942 - r • ' -, .• . . . ., Jn; addition ,to ; the,', stage presentation • ; therd is , a liliic. ' screen : PrO'- gram •hea'ded" by 1 the • hesy."MG.M v rp-. ,comecly", v'Thc"; AH'a'irs.''; f Mai'lha 11 . feaiurlng-' Marsha,.;•„. , Richard "Gar-Isoh; Spring ; ; Bylngton,' Yirgjiiia ,-\Vpidler v and"'-.ma'nyV rnpre Tof yoiU' 'favorites.' 1 , There-' four .stage ,aild -screen sjip\ys •; Attractions .^current' on. the. ^ (By United/Press) ' Germany's war ;communiique, emanating ; from "the ; ^ F.uelxrer!s headcjuarters, 1 !. Jndip/Jties^ Adolf/HH- Rus8ians ^'ep^ort'cpniinudflerc'e fighti;hg: : albn^\en.t)re '/front;';-: ,' ' : •_;-; In yioh'y, Marshal; Henri./-PUilippt .Petai : n.;vlrt»jally.. decreed .a ^.one-party rule --by extending• membership '." in French' Legion fo- volunteers- willing•to' work for : "National I}cv61.uUon.'', Hof LANP CM EAWtl ? HOVVLAND-HUGHES ^^^^^T^*^*^**^^""" •* *fc •••••••^••••••••••^ , "• "Walerbury's Friendly Department Store" STORE OPEN TUESDAY 9:30 A. M. TO 12.30 P.M. Store Closed ';•'.-.' "'- ..'•• * '•'- - ; . .,- ••-• Tuesday Afternoon LastOfOur ? 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