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New York Stations • • • • • • WJt—774 — W ABC—189 WEAF—04 — WOE-718 WMH-1454 — WQXE— 1588 4:0®—WEAK—Backstage Wife WOK—News, J. Gambling WJK—Newi, W. Van Voorhis WABC—Mouse Party: Art Linkletter; New* 4:11—WEAK—Stella Dallas W'OK—Jay Job niton WJZ—Tell Me- Doc tor 4:14—WEAK—Lorenzo Jonea WOK—Food Forum: Dr. Walter H. Eddy WJZ—Report from London WABC—Feature Story 4:41—WEAK—Young Widder Brown WJZ—Hop Harrlgan WABC—Danny O’Neil, Songs 1:40—WEAK—When a Girl Marries WOK—Uncle Don WJZ—Terry and the Pirates i WABC—Service Time: First in the Air 8:11—WEAF—Portia Faces Lift WOR—Superman, Drama WJZ—Dick Tracy §*0—WEAF—Just Plain Bill WOK—House of Mystery WJZ—Jack Armstrong WABC—Cimarron Tavern 1:48—WEAF—Front Page Farrell WOK—Tom Mix Adventures WJZ-—Captain Midnight WABC—Wilderness Road 8:40—WEAF—News, D. Hollenbeck WOR—Paul Schubert WJZ—News; W. Kiernan WABC—News, Quincy Howe 8:18—WEAF—Serenade to America; Sports WOK—Dance Orch. WJZ—What Art* the Facts? WABC—Jimmy Carroll Sings 1:14—WOR—News, Van Deventer WJZ—News; Whose War? WABC—Sally Moore, Con tralto 44:48—WEAF—Lowell Thomas WOK—Sports, Stan Lomax WJZ—Peggy Mann, Songs WABC—World Today; News 8:44—WEAF—Supper Club WOK—Fulton Lewis Jr. WJZ—Headline Edition WABC—Jack Kirkwood ?ll8—WEAF—Morgan Beatty WOR—The Answer Man WJZ—Raymond Swing WABC—Friday on Broadw’ay Frank Parker 7:45—WEAF—H. V. Kaltenborn 4:00—WEAF—Highways in Mel ody: Thomas L. Thomas WOK—Cecil Brown WJZ—Frances Greer, Ray mond Paige Orch. WABC—The Aldrich Family *8:15—WOK—Curt Massey, Songs 8:84—WEAF—Duffy's: Ed Gardner, Alan Mowbray ,, WOK—Freedom of L Opportunity WJZ—This Is Your F. B. I„ j r* case histories WABC—Adventures of the Thin Man: News '9:00—WEAF—Waltz Time: Frank Munn WOK—Gabriel Heatter WJZ—Famous Jury Trials, Dramatization WABC—It Pays to be Ignorant, Torn Howard 9:1 B—WOK—Real Life Stories •9:30—WEAF—President Roosevelt, . James V. Forrestal WOR—Double or Nothing: Quiz WJZ—Spotlight Band: Nat Bra’ndwynne; Story WABC—Those Websters, Comedy Series 10:88—WEAF—Amos ’n’ Andy: Comedy Sketch WOR—Boxing From Madison Square Garden WJZ—Sammy Kaye’s Varieties WABC—Jimmy Durante, Garry Moore 14:80—WEAF—Sports, Bill Stern WJZ—Doctors Talks It Over WABC—Stage Door Canteen Raymond Paige 11:84—WEAF—News, Lyle Van WOR—News ,aVn Deventer WJZ—News; Wm. Gailmor WABC—News and Analysis 11:15—WEAF—Richard II arkness WOR—Herald Tribune news WJZ—Korn Kobblers WABC—Joan Brooks, Songs 11:10—WEAK—World’s Great Novels, Madame Bovary "WOR—Dance Orch. WJZ—Page of Melody: David Cheskin Orch. WABC—Jimmy Dorsey Orch 1590—WBRY—96 4 25—News 4:20—Feature Story .4:45—Danny O’Neil, Songs 8:40—Service Time—First in the Air 5:30—Treasury Salute 5:45—Swing for your Supper 6:00—Quincy Howe and the News 6:15—Jimmy Carroll Sings 6:30—News by E. Christy Erk 6:45—The World Today 6:55—The Meaning of the News 7:00—War Town 7:15—Duke Ellington Orchestra 7:30—Nutmeg Melodeers 7:45—Voice of the Army 8:04—The Aldrich Family 8:30—Adventures of the Thin Man 8:65—News, Bill Henry .9:00—It Pays to be Ignorant 9:34—Eileen Farrell and Columbia Concert Orchestra 9:50—Presi. Roosevelt—Jefferson Day Speech 10:00—Durante and Moore 10:3(K—Listen to Leibert 10:45—Hasten the day 11:00—John Daly, News 11:00—John Duly, News 11:10—Local News 11:15—Joan Brooks, Songs 11:34—Glen Gray Orchestra 11:45—Chuck Foster Orchestra 12:00—News SIMONS RADIO SERVICE 68 Grand St. Tel. 3-6217 RADIO SERVICE Fully equipped to handle all your Radio problems at reasonable prices. COSMO RADIO SERVICE 463 W. MAIN ST. PHONE 3-1182 Settled in New York after a tour of southern service camps, Sammy Kaye and Company offer a scintil lating session of comedy and soi.g on Friday, April 13, at 10 p. m. over Station WATR. Ventriliquisl Paul Winchell, who portrays the role of band manager on the show, and his dummy stooge, Jerry Ma honey, abandon their plan to make Kaye a social lion. They decide, instead, to build him up as an out standing citizen and get him hope lessly involved between the United Nations Clothing Drive and a new tailor. Between giving and get ting clothes, Sammy Kaye will of fer top tunes of the day. Kingfish’s wife, Sapphire, wearied of daily drudgery, throws in a dish towel and demands a life of ease on the Amos ’n’ Andy show tonight at 10 p. m., over NBC. Sapphire insists that Klngfish buy a car so she can enjoy her ease on wheels. How to get the car and gas is of less Importance to the Kingfish than selling Andy on forming a partnership in the auio purchase. They’re successful in locating a 1926 Overland, but the Harlem comics fail to realize that they also are buying plenty of trouble. Martha Raye will be the guest of Andy Russell on Saturday, April 14, from 10 to 10:30 p. m. over WATR and the Blue Network. Assisting Miss Raye, who will offer songs that have piade her singing style famous, will be the Pied Pipers Quartet, Les Pauls Trio, Lou Bring's orchestra and an nouncer Michael Roy. The Andy Russell Show' is heard each Satur day night over the Blue. The foremost ad lib show on the air continues to be the Blue Net a recent Monday night quip-and work’s "Blind Date” session. On cutie contest, f’rinstance, a glam orous date lure told a contestant in khaki that she liked rugged men who enjoyed wild life. “Wild life?” ad libbed the GI. “You better pick my sailor then. I don’t want to get married yet!” Charlie "Finnegan" Cantor's for tune becomes Ed "Archie” Gard ner's misfortune when the Bistro’s manager tries cutting in on Finne gan inheritance during the "Duf fy's Tavern” show tonight, at 8:30 p. m., over NBC. When Archie learns that a for tune in cash is hidden in a book Finnegan inherited, he tries making him an offer but before the deal is closed Archie has to prove his merit as Cupid’s helper. Eddie "The Waiter” Green, Sir HeathclifT Batterswick (Alan Mow brey), and Miss Duffy, played by Sandra Gould, are on hand to add to the evening's fun and Archie’s dilemma. Reet-Beat Reeves and his orchestra supply the musical back ground. Clyde Moody will sing a song high on the mountain music Hit Parade, when he offers "I was Wrong,” in a guest appearance on Roy Acuff’s “Grand Ole Opry,” Saturday, April 14, at 10:30 p. m.,over NBC. Acuff sings a pair of songs, the heart bal lad, "We Live In Two Different Worlds", and the revival tune, “Glory’s Coming.” His Smoky Mountain Boys occupy the curtain raiser spot with the catchy moun tain tune, "Beautiful Brown Eyes.” Minnie Pearl, the Grinder's Switch Gossip, offers a fact or two and many a laugh in her comic mono logue, and Mack McGarr follows with a mandolin solo, the popular “China Boy.” The old Hickory Sing ers match voices with the words of "Darling Nellie Gray.” Then Whitey Ford, the Duke of Paducah, des cribes his apartment, which he says RADIO REPAIRS ON ALL TYPES DIAL WORK GUARANTEED 3-1072 ACE RADIO-500 N. MAIN HAI.IOS BOUGHT SOLO A EXf.HAN(.fl) What the well dressed man Is wearing this season is illustrated by Wil liam Bendix, star of the WATR-Blue Network’s Sunday night comedy drama, “The Life of Riley.’’ It’s the war plant Identification badge he’s showing Paula Winslowe, who’s heard as his wife in the air drama, in which he is starred as War Worker Chester Riley. I I WAVELETS By BILL FARRINGTON Dialers to the CBS “Suspense” programs will soon be hearing the voice of Announcer Truman Brad ley, shown here, in a new film. Bradley in doing the narration for the short picture, "Forest Commandos,” now in production. ‘‘ain’t much more'n a narrer aisle between two cans of beans.” Rachel and Oswald play and sing ‘‘You Are My Sunshine.” Tommy Magness fiddles "Billy in the Low Ground” and the Smoky Mountain Boys, with Roy AcufT calling the steps, end the program with a square dance, "Eighth of January." Varied entertainment is in store for G. I. Joe and his sisters-ln uniform at Columbia’s "Stage Door Canteen” when sportscaster Red Barber, sultry songstress Lena Horne, and comedians William Gaxton and Victor Moore are guests, Friday, April 13 10:30-11:00 p. m. There goes that Mann again! With the March winds blowing him in and April catching him in a shower of confusion, Jerry Mann, that new mad-Mann of comedy, makes his 14th appearance on to night’s "Supper Club” show, which is brought to the listening audience at 7 p. m., EWT. over NBC. Tune in this evening and hear radio’s new funnyman on radio's biggest 15-minute program. You’ll hear songs styled the Perry Como way, music played in the Ted Steele manner, novelty arrangements by Mary Ashworth and The Satisfyers, plus the unique emceeing of Mar tin Block. Your price of admis sion is one armchair and a radio any size. Set your dial NBC-way and relax while Chesterfield brings you the best on the airwaves. Many musicians struggle for years to get a job with a name band. One exception to this rule is Nat Brandwynne whose orchestra will be heard on "The Victory, Parade of Spc Vigh t Bands” tonight, WATR Blue, 9:30. Brandwynne joined Leo Rqisman’s band at the age of 13. Eddy Duchin was the other member of Reismans famous two piano team at that time. Radio Previews—Tom Breneman, star of ‘‘Breakfast in Hollywood,” clowns on the Andrews Sisters show over the Blue, Sunday, April 15, at 4:30 p .m. "Blondie’s Husband Diets” when he exceeds the feed limit over CBS Sunday, April 15 at 8 p. m., EWT. Penny Single.ton and Arthur Lake co-star. Glamor WATR PROGRAMS 1330 Kilocycles 3:00—News: Stars On Parade 3:30—The Smoothies 3:45—Music Box Matinee 4:00—Time Views The News 4:15—Time Out For Music 4:30—Report From Abroad 4:45—Hop Harrigan 5:00—Terry .and the Pirates 5:15—Something For The Boys 5.30—Jack Armstrong 5:45—Melody Revue 6:00—Yankee Network Newt 6:15—Music P'or Dining 6:30—News: Interlude 6:45—Pleasure And Profit: News 7:00—Naugatuck Valley Brass Workers 7:30—Phone Your Answer 7:45—Waltz Time 8:00—Stars Of The Future 8:3ft—This Is Your FBI 9:00—Famous Jury Trials 9:30—Spotlight aBnds: Coronet Story Teller 10:00—Tangee Varieties 10:30—The Doctor Talks It Over 10:45—Club Whirligig 11:00—Yankee News 11:15—Ray Henle 11:30—Pages of Melody TOMORROW 7:30—Saturday Morning Revielle 8:00—Yankee Network News 8:15—Shoppers’ Guide: News 9:00—Breakfast Club 10:00—What’s Cooking: News 10:30—Land of the Lost 11:00—Bargain Counter 11:30—Betty Moore 11:45—Lois Long And The Three Suns 12:00—Saturday Special 12:30—News 12:45—Melody Time 1:00—News: Melody Time 1:15—Luncheon With Lopes 1:30—The Fighting AAF 2:00—Carnival LOWEST PRICES ON GUARANTEED RADIO REPAIRS Aataaitlf Record Ckailtn Btpalnl WILLIAMS H) No. Mala •«. ToL HOT iv.& Mite*,: out Irate Dunne Min In "Doctor* In Mexico" on "Cavalcade of Amer ica" over NBC Monday. April 18. at > p. m. A! Pearce, the comedian, hat "A Date With Judy" when the program, starring Loutae Erickson, celebrate* a 13-week renewal over NBC. Tuetday. April 17, at 8:30 p. m. Orton Wellea and hit wife, Rita Hayworth, make their flnt radio appearance as co-stars when they are heard In Richard Powell's "Don't Catch Me” on "This Is My Best" over CBS, Tuesday, April 17. at 9:30 p. m. William Bendlx takes time out from his own series. "The Life of Riley," to co-«Ur with AUyn Jotlyn in a thriller on "Suspense" over CBS Thursday, April It. at I p. m. “Are the Ri|hU of the Small Nations Protected Under Dumbar ton Oaks?" will be debated by ex perts on "America's Town Meeting over WATR-Blue Thursday, April 19, at 8:30 p. m. In discussing the bitterness of starved American and British pris oners of war. rescued from the Nazis, about reports from home that Oerman prisoners of war in the United States and England are well fed, WATR-Blue Network commen Utor John B. Kennedy polnu out that American* and the Brltiah are "bending over backward* to live up to the letter and cpirit of the Geneva convention." “We should have learned from experience," continue* Kennedy, “that when you bend over back ward* to be decent to the Oerman* and the Japs, that'* exactly where you land — on your back.” Kennedy is heard Monday through Friday at 2 p. m.. EWT. New York, April 10.—The story of • kidnapper with a prtn agent will be drama Uaed on Thla b Tour FBI over WATR and the Blue Network tonight at 8:M p. m. Baaed on (act* taken directly from the official FBI Alee, the story will tell how a power-craved woman publicized a timid, weak-ltvered hue band into Public Enemy No. 1. While the newspapers and the pub lic believed him to be the most dangerous desperado alive—he was really afraid of his own shadow. That daring young detective. Nick and grapple* with a murderer at Charles, swings on a flying trapem the circus In "The Cam of the Looney Lion.” a mystery-comedy episode In the •Aadventures df the Thin Man” over CBS on Mday, April 13. at S:30 p. m. The roar of a hungry lion startle# Nick and Nora out of their sleep and start* them on an adventure wherein the sophisticated sleuths solve a couple of circus murders in volving a trapese artist, a lion tamer, a bareback rider, and a knife thrower. | N S “The Home of Dependable Furniture” If you want to furnish your home exquisitely and save money into the bargain, then we offer the right com bination for you here at Matzkin’s. You will find the smartest and latest styles— all most attractively priced and on easy terms. * . Nationally Famous Home Furnishings of High Quality and Dependability . . . 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