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Spring is in the air, and Red talks about betting on the horses at Santa Anmita race track. A surprise appearance catches Red off guard, before the topic returns to Red and his doctor appointment. Orchestra leader, David Forrester, tells about trouble getting life insurance. Anita Ellis sings, All Through the Day.
The Skelton Scrapbook leads off with, Neewspaapers. Deadeye has trouble stopping his horse, but manages to visit the salloon. His pal Wonderful Smith works at the newspaper, and tells about the crime situation. What are the news features saying about Deadeye? What other trouble will he get himself into? David Forrester performs his own arrangement of, Pop Goes the Weasel.
The Sunday Papers features Junior the Mean Little Kid, and the early morning events in the house. Verna Felton is his grandma who wants to sleep in , rather than hold the reigns on the overactive kid. The Sunday paper is a distraction from breaking things, sliding down bannisters, and helping the handy man with his step ladder. Announcer , Rod O’Conner, has trouble finding his copy of the morning paper. Will Junior be able to help the large man get his paper off the roof?
None today, just Keith talking about listeners who comment on the web site show notes. Some other visitors also pop in to interupt things.