Jokes about Jack Benny, and his return to radio next week get things started. Other topics include the baby boom, and what causes it. Jack compares the quaintness of county fairs to the modern bush button age of technology. A spoof report on hair tonics is given. Do the claims hold up? Is there any sure cure for baldness? A candid look inside the board room of a hair tonic company is presented. Follow the progress through the marketing phases that bring such a product to the consumer.
Jerry Fielding and his orchestra play, I’m Just Wild About Harry. Time once again for another installment of Uncle Jack’s Club. A panel of kids are introduced, and each talk about troubles that kids face at school. Particularly the black market bubble gum situation, and the overcrowding in schools. Trudy Irwin sings, Almost Like Being in Love.
Postal service, and the tough job that mail carriers have is examined. Take a look at one mail man after a hard day of mail delivery. Jack offers a practical solution that might help the efficiency of mail men.
Afterward, Jack pitches giving to the community chest.