Mutual Broadcasting System. President Harry Truman announces the end of the war in Europe in a special nationwide address. Following this, switch to London for a recording of Prime Minister Winston Churchill's address to the British Empire on the end of the war in Europe. Then to Washington where Fulton Lewis, Jr. recaps the morning's events and adds some interesting highlights about Truman's remarks to the press, reel concludes with recorded martial music.
Ralph Edwards, announcer. Written by Carl Bixby. Chi-Chi and Steve are returning from job-hunting, terribly depressed, because they feel nobody wants them. And then, Steve learns he's getting his old job back again.
Ralph Edwards, announcer. Starring Major Edward Bowes. Bowes salutes Mansfield, O., on this program. 1-I've Found A New Baby by Harlen Roustabouts. 2-A Heart That's Free by Helen Dixon, soprano. 3-Bird and rooster imitator Red Lane. 4-The Dream by Robert Tron, tenor. 5-I Want To Be A Cowboy's Sweetheart by Hoffman Sisters, a yodeling trio. 6-Melancholy Baby by Marian Caruso, tap dancer.
Conclusion. Ralph Edwards, announcer. Starring Major Edward Bowes. 1-Over The Rainbow by Dorothy Moore, vocalist. 2-Indian Love Call by John Tucker, whistler. 3-White Sails by William Heatherington, vocalist. 4-After You've Gone by Martha Booker, blues singer. 5-Dark Eyes by Gina Valenti, accordion, piano. 6-Russian Gypsy Song by Alexander Pirev, baritone.
Dan Hancock, announcer. Helen has opened the Hollywood Dress Shop with a friend, but she learns that if she spends too much time there, Continental Studios may cancel her costuming contract. This has all been planned by Doris Harper, so she can get a job designing at the shop.