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By BILL FARRINGTON Wendell Niles and Don Prindle have Invited trouble—In the person of Arlene Harris, the "Human Chat terbox’’—to drop In for a visit to their Ice Box Pollies broadcast to night at 10 o’clock over WATR anti the Blue network. Ariene, never at a loss for words, will match the sany hosts adverb for adverb with vocalist Gale Robbins and Billy Mills' orchestra slipping in musical notes edgewise. i Kay Kyser and his “College of Musical Knowledge” company visit the Army base at Camp Crowcer, Mo., for the broadcast tonight at 10 over NBC stations. The visit is part of Kyser's tour of camps and service hospitals In the southern states. Just back after four years in China, Harrison Forman, foreign correspondent, lays the blame for that nation's lark of unity to Generalissimo Chians Kai-shek's refusal to accept Communist co operation unless he ran control the Reds. Hell express that viewpoint in a discussion, "How Can Unity 1 Be Achieved in China?” on "Amer ica’s Town Meeting” Thursday, Feb. 22, at 8:30 p. m., WATR on the Blue, Network. Agnes 8med ley, foreign corresponlent, Joins him in his viewpoint, while Lin Yutang and Rep. Walter H. Judd (R., Minn.) dissent. Errol Flynn will reveal his secret ambition when he appears on Mil ton Berle’s "Let Yourself Go" pro gram tonight, at 10:30 p. m., over CBS stations. Marine hero Captain Robert Wesley McClurg, of Newcas tle, Pa'., will be Berle’s Service Man of the Week. Captain McClurg, who holds the Distinguished Flying Cross, was the wingman of Major Gregory “Pappy” Boylngton, In the famous Black Sheep squadron, and owed his life to the fact that a .sprained wrist kept him grounded on the day that Major Boylngton and a substitute wingman were killed In a sky battle with a force of Japanese Zeros. Eileen Barton, the young songstress recently heard on the Frank Sinatra program, will be heard In the musical moments. Radio Row Is wondering how Mil ton Berle does it. The CBS “Let Yourself Go” comic is currently do ing 34 shows a week—31 shows at New York’s Roxy theater, where he la making a personal appearance, two previews for his radio show, and the broadcast Itself. In addi tion, he has two three-hour rehears als for “Let Yourself Go” and is sitting in with the Robert Wrlght George Forrest team which is pre paring the score and lyrics for “Spring in Brazil,” the musical Berle will bring to Broadway In as sociation with Lee Shubert. Re hearsals for “Brazil" are due to begin as soon as Berle finishes the Roxy engagement, and the show will open on Broadway In April. That funny little man of stage radio and night clubs makes his seventh appearance on tonight’s “Supper Club” show coming over NBC at 7 p. m. This evening's hon ored guest Is none other than Jimmy Savo, who built Cafe Soci ety Uptown and is now making his itry via the networks. Jimmy, who has been signed to record for Decca, will convulse the audience with an original pantomlmical tune. Perry Como, the star of 1945, again steps before the mike to .sing his way r to the hearts of his followers. Delect able Mary Ashworth, the girl with the singing eyes, salutes the service men with her songs, while the Sat lsfyrs move along at a lively pace. Ted Steele, youthful conductor, and his orchestra weave the musical pattern. "Which Is Whlcjr—Peb. 21. ‘ You takes yer choice—and you nets yer money." That's the rule for studio contestants who play Ken Murray’s merrv guessing game on "Which Is Which’’ Wednesday, at 9:30 p. m. EWT over CBS. The guest lineup for that date includes the Andrews Sisters, Franklin Pang bom, Mischa Auer, Joan Blondell, and two famed domestic helpers of radio. Fibber McGee and Molly? "Beulah" and The Great Gilder sleeve's "Birdie"—or their reason able facsimiles. NBC’s Eddie Cantor takes liiJ cast to the Santa Ana Army Ait base tonight to stage his weekly broadcast 9:00 p. m., as part ol the base’s third anniversary cere mony. Since last year, when NBC’s Bob Hope and Bing Crosby officiated, the base has been re-actlvated as a redistribution station with thou sands of returned combat heroes back for re-asslgnment in this country. Ted Huslng. CBS ace sportscas ter, as the guest armchair detective Kill try to solve the mystery of the “Adventure of the Crime in ttie Snow,’’ on Columbia network’s •’Adventures of Ellery Queen” to Bight WABC-CBS, 7:30-8:00 p. m. Ellery Queen and his secretary assistant. Nikki Porter accept an Invitation to spend a week-end at SIMONS RADIO SERVICE 68 Grand St. Tel. 3-6217 LOWEST PRICES ON GUARANTEED RADIO REPAIRS Avtoaiatfc Uerori Chaagira Repulril WILLIAMS .Stfift. am n*. Main at. Tei. 3-0077 a ski lodge. Everything runs smoothly until a corpse Is dis covered In the snow. Janet Blair, screen star soon to be seen In ‘Tonight and Every Night." and Vera Vague, radio comedienne, are the guests of Frank Sinatra on his musical and variety show over the Columbia network this evening, WABC-CBS 9:00-9:30 p. m. Bill Goodwin joins in the festivi ties as featured comedian on the program, and Axel Btordahl con ducts the orchestra. When one of the government's best camouflage experts complains of headaches and eye-strain, David Harding, chief of Counterspies, springs Into action, and solves the "Case of the Poisoned Beer.” dur ing the WATR-Blue Network's David Harding, counterspy, tonight at 8:30 p. m. The cast of veteran radio actors re-enacting the drama Is headed by Don McLaughlin as David Hard ing. The Kate Smith Trophy for com petitive skiing contributed nine years ago by the radio star, heard daily over CBS at noon, will be awarded Feb. 22 following a week end of women's combined skiing competitions at Pico, Vt. The award is generally made at Lake Placid N. Y., where American and Can adian women gather every year to try for the Trophy, but due to war time conditions, the run-offs will be held in Vermont. Something new and surprising in tlt-fortat guest appearances was the unexpected exchange of radio visits by Abbott and Costello and Rudy Vnllee, last week. Bud and Lou, the hilarious hooligans starred Thurs days on NBC at 10 p. m., e. w. t., had invited the curly-haired croon er to make a guest appearance on their program. And, when the three got together in rehearsal, the ad lib gags flew so thick and fast that they had enough humor ma terial left over for another full half hour show. So, to utilize It, Abbott and Costello, right after finishing their own broadcast, followed Val lee across the NBC corridor to his own radio "lair"—and made a guest appearance on ills program! Thus dialers got a full hour of side-split ting clowning, including even a vo cal rendition by all three stars of the French-Canadian folk tune, "Alouette.” A program of music by Rimsky Korsakov is heard on Columbia's "Great Moments in Music" tonight with Raymond Paige as guest con ductor, and the soloists Jean Ten nyson, soprano, Jan Peerce, tenor, and Robert Wccdc, baritone WABC CBS, 10:00-10:30 p. m. An eyeful get* an earful when Leila Ernst, gorgeous Broadway showgirl, show* up to listen to a til Borneo's plea for a "Blind Date" on WATK, the Blue Net work’s quip-and-cutie contest, Feb. 26, at 8:30 p. m. Lucky serv ice men get the chance to accom pany noted charmers to New York’s famous Stork Club for a free evening of fun. Music hath charm, especially for two teen age girls who follow the notes of a sweet trumpet in the same way the children at one time followed the notes of the Pied Piper. Only th«se two girls took the wrong road and one of them had a sad ending in "The Case of the Boogie Woogle Murder" to be heard on the "Mr. District Attorney" pro gram. Wednesday February 21st at 9:30 p. in. over NBC. Hand-in-hand cooperation be tween government and business is one of the main reasons there have been so few cases of sabotage. Tills Is one of the facts brought to light on the behlnd-the-scene CBS series, "The FBI in Peace anti War", produced by Max Marcin. According to Frederick L. Collins, whose book of the same name forms the basis for the exciting series, the FBI prepared, as a result of long study and against a background of long experience in investigating peacetime crimes committed in in dustrial plants a booklet of sugges tions which have proved Invaluable to some 25,000 war production ex ecutives. "In addition, with the con sent of the owners," says this au thoritative writer, "the FBI conduct ed exhaustive examinations of all plants considered by the War and Navy Departments most important to the war effort. The FBI presented to their managers detailed plans of maximum protection of the plants against sabotage from within or without." Paula Stone, who brings the big names of Hollywood to you via MBS, is a graduate of the Kew-Forest School in Long Island, New York, where she won medals for both scholarship and athletics. Her favor ite form of recreation is watching football games and fans she’s an outstanding equestrienne. She had her first lesson in horsemanship at the age of three frpm none other than beloved Will Rogers. While vis. iting In Hollywood a few seasons ago she played a leading role In one of the "Hopalong Cassidy" pictures which starred the famous Western hero—Bill Boyd! Katherine Raht, "Mrs. Aldrich" of "The Aldrich Family” doubles in her motherly role by knitting quan tities of wool socks which are dis tributed to service men by the American Theater Wing. Some of today's cigarette shortage may be traced in part to the activ ities of the Red Cross, Harvey D Oibson, Commissioner of the Amer “The Voice" get* a Hinging (?) lemon from “Bad Boy” Lou Costello, in preparation for Thursday, March 1. when Frank Sinatra makes a guest appearance on the Abbott and Costello program over NBC at 10 p. m. Frankie will contribute sallies as well as songs to the funfest. New York Stations WEAK—«60 - WOR—710 — WJZ—770 — WABC—880 — WHN—1050 4 00—WFAF Backstage Wife won—New*, J. Gambling WJZ News, W. Van Vorhls VVAB(,'~House Party: Art Linkle-tier; News 4.15 WKAK—Stella Dallas won—Jay Johnson, Songs WJZ—Mush a! Show 4 30—WKAK- l,oi ouzo Jones WOH—Food Forum: Dr. Walter II. Fddy WJZ—News From Europe WABC—Feature Story 4 45— WKAK— Young Wlclder WJ/,—Hop Harrigan WABC-Off '"he lleeord 5.00—WKAK—When a Ulrl Marries WoK — Uncle Don WJ/. - Terry and the Pirates WAHC—Serviee Tin t-: Warn ou Parade 5:15—WHAF- Portia Fares Fife Won — Superman, Drama W.IZ- Dick Tiacy 6:30—WHAF Just Plain Bill Won—House of Mystery WJZ—Jack Armstrong; WAHC—Terry Alien, Songs 6:45—WHAF- Front Page Farrell Won—Torn Mix Adventuies W.IZ Captain Midnight WABC- - Wilderness itoad 6:00—WHAF— News, D. Hollenbeck WOlt—Sydney Moseley WJZ—News; W. Kiernan WAHC—Quincy Howe; News 6 15— VVFAS’—Serenade to America; Sports WOlt— Hamona WJZ—Kthel and Albert WABC—Lyn Murray’s orch. 6:30 —WOlt—News, an Deventer WJZ—News: Whose War? W A HC— K.neore A ppearanee 6:45—WHAF- Dowell Thomas WOK—Stan Fornax. Sports WJZ—Peggy Mann, Songs WAIF!—World Today; News 7 00—WKAK—Perry Como Show WOlt—Fulton Lewis Jr. WJZ—News WAItc—Jack Kirkwood Show 7:15—WFAF—John W. Vandercooli WOH—The Answer Man WJZ—Raymond <1. Swing WABC—Music That Satisfies 7:30—WFAK— Al Hoth’s Oreh. 5VOH—Can Von Top This? Jokes Program WJZ- The Lone Banger WABC—Kllery ijuccn: Detective Mystery 7:45—WFAF—H. V. Knltenborn g oo—WKAK—.Mr. and Mrs. North: Kate Smith WOK—Cecil Brown WJZ—Kngland: Ted Malone WAHC—Jack Carson Show: Arthur Treacher , j.15—WOlt—Curt Massey. Songs WJZ—Lum and Abner J:30—WKAK—Carol Bruce, Henny Voungman, Others WOH—The efltter Half f|iiiz: Tiny Ituffner WJZ—Osvid Harding Counterspy. Drama WAHC—Dr. Christian? Jean Mcrsholt; News 9 00—WFAF—Kddle Cantor: Ftla Logan, Guest WOH—Gabriel Heatter WJZ—Keep Fp Wltli The World. Dramas WABC—Frank Sinatra Show Janet Blair 0:15—Won—Beal Life Stories lean Red Cross to Britain and Western Europe, revealed on the special *We, the People’’ — Red Cross broadcast. Prom D-Day to mid-December his organisation dis tributed more than 65 million cig arettes and 9 million books ol matches. Bob Burns boasts that since his Aunt Pudgy — that's his fat aunt started wearing slacks, she "didn’t look like a barrel any more. Now she looks like a butter tub slttln’ on two kegs!" Cast members of Columbia’s "Bright Horizon” average two War Bonds per week apiece. Enthusiastic response is given to sales talks ren dered regularly by Dick Kollmar and Joan Alexander, leading man and lady on the show. Next to Ozzie and her two sons, Harriet Hilliard’s interest Is center ed in her garden which she prizes almost as much as her collection of antiques. Harriet is currently heard on "The Adventures of Ozzie -and Harriet” Sundays over CBS. 9:30—WEAF- Mr. istrict Attor ney, Mystery Drama W< )1 c—Brown stone Theater: Jackson He* k W.IZ Spotlight Hand: Ted Fin Kito; Story WARC—Which Is Which? Quiz, Ken Murray 10:00—WEAK—College <»f Musical Know ledge With Kay Kyaer, Georgia Carfroll WOR—Hale Carnegie WJZ Wendell Niles and I >on Prindle VVAIIC Great Moments in Music In 1.1 W* >11 -Haul Schubert 10:.;0 WOK—Xy in phone tie: Mishel Piastro W.IZ—Night «*f Stars WAIiC Let Yourself Go: Errol Flynn 1:00—WEAF—News, Kyle aVn Woft—News, V:m Deventer W.IZ New: ; Win. Gnilmor VVAHC—News; Win. L. Shirei 11:10—WEAF Kiehard Darkness WOK—Herald Tribune news WJZ— Butterfield’s M usic WABC Danny O’Neil, Songs II 30 — WEAF- Jacobow.sky and tin Colonel, L. <hi Ihern WO—Carl Kavaz/a Orch. W.IZ—On Stage Every body: Variety WAKC—Invitation to Music: Maria Kurenko 1:1.1—WOK—George Olsen Orch WATR PROGRAMS 1320 Kilocycles 3:00 - Hob Rhodes' Orch. 3:lo—Andrini Continentals 3:30 IHautiful Music 4:^0—'Time Views The News 4. HI —Time Out For Music 4:30 -Report From Abroad 4:4.1- Hop ilarrigan 5:00*—Terry and the Pirates 5: 1 5—- Hits and Itits 5:30—Jaek Armstrong f» 45—Melody Kevue 6:00—Yankee Network News 0: .1 --Music For Dining 0:30—Nows: Interlude 0:45—Pleasure and Profit: News 7:00:—Correspondents Home and Abroad 7:15—Hayinoml Gram Swing 7:30 - Phone Your Answer 7:45—News: Walt/ Time 8:00—Top of the Evening With 'I'ed Malone 8:1.1—Hum ’n’ Abner 8:30—Cou nterspy 9:00—Keep Up With The World 9.30—Spotlight Bands: Coronet Story Teller 10:00—Hires lee. Box Follies 10:30—Night Of Stars 11:00—Yankee Network News 11:1.1—Ray Jlenle 31:30—On Stage Everybody TOMORROW 7:30—Morning Devotions 7:45—Sacred Heart Program 8.00—Yankee Network News 8:15 — Shoppers’ Go do: News 9:0*0—Breakfast Club 10:00—My True Story 10:25—Aunt Jernina Program 10.30—Melodic Moments 10:45—The Hi stoning Post 1590-WBRY-96 3:00—Mary Marlin 3:15 - The Swing Shift 3 30—Sing Along Club 4:0*0—General Electric House Party 4 :2.1—News 4:30—Feature Story 4:4.1- Mill Herth Trio 5:00—Service Time—WACS on Parade 5;30—Terry Allen and the Rosa Sisters 5:4 5—Swing for Your Supper 0:00 --Quincy ilowe and Die News G:15—Uyn Murray’s Orch. and < 'horus G: 3 0 — N w s 6:4 5—'The World Today 7:00—Treasury Salute 7:15 Music That Satisfies 7:30—Concert Hall 8f00—Jack Carson 8:30— 1 ir. «'hrlst lan 8:55—News Highlights—Charles T Lynch 9:00—The Frank Sinatra Show 9:30—Which Is Which? 10:00—Great Moments in Music 10:30—Milton Berio in “Let Your self Go" 11:00—John 1 )aly, News 3 1:10—Local News 3 1:15—Danny O’Neill. 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