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RADIO BLAMED FOR MANY ILLS " 7:4a a. in. V130 (STO.SX Mooaoheitrt Catholic aer-Hea. a. m, XVJZ (451.S), N Turk Children's knur. , 9 a. ra. VVRBIl (879). Wtatn Inland Vlulln-I kr-U lui: instrumental trio. WOAW (.!), Omaha Uoapet tal)rncl, ; WR&O USMfc l-aMins llelfray n-rv-,. :S a. in. KPTtU S3.T) Columbia, Mn. Sunday grhonl. . ViT (3TS.SX Sdicniviody Rervtcea. llaptlat. . t . u-i.w it"' V rinMnnati funlar arhnol. .U'us U49.S), Jeffcraun C h r I s ti WOKS C'&O). Onk Park Bible arhoiM. Vi'OO UuS.:), l'bllaJvlpiiia Organ reci tal. ' WuJ (447.5), t'hlcago Pmp'.m church mrvt-e. V'tiH OIS.S), At'anti Sunday e.-hooi. 8;I0 a. in. IVIfB S. fcanaaa City Christian elm'-,-)! eervicea. ' ' . W,1.U (.;;. Ill Mios.Aerl ProUaliint ISttltN. i 9:10 a. in. 1VKEI fJIH.6). HiIob Old Siuth rhurrh. J 1VHA.R C7i), Atlantic City HfiWl.it church. , 9t4S a. ro. 1YBZ (32J.8 1, 8 p r t f ! 1 d Trinity cliun'h. , , . WUR Sl)j-tfk Uornlng-aerrice. 1 a. aa. TC OKA (30S.1), JlJwit nttuburgh Church rvlcp. ; WBBft C73t, Staten Island Lecture', glnarfa: duete. WflAP (46. S). IVaehlngton Rervices. ' WJK U4.8), New York rrvlc(-i. WORD C75V ,tavl Sacred duel". 1VWJ (3I1.U iJttrolt St. I'aul'i Episcopal. i W1IAS (3M.lt, Louisville BbpiI scrv- loea. .-.' t 10:1.1 a. ra. . . WOES (5!0), Oalc rrU 11. K. 8cn-lM; wotr; organ. ' 10i40 a, m. WEBII (39.2), ITtioag Science i-IceS. ; ,., , . . .,, . ;. ,. . , 10:13 a. in. ' KPNF CC5)., fcheiiaridoah Kl'at Jl. H. jhun'h. IVAJID (JUL lIlnntaroHs first tnita-run church. ' wc.K i::i,t "I. fhlcn.i rnc1 Walt. ' VOI 2:iV Ar.iea. la. 0tln; eHiies:J- tuatnl service. 1VSB (t.i.., Atlanta Church rvtcci. ' II a. m. - KKRtr (Id?.:. Oe.iumbtn. Ma 3erm. K!A3 4 t .- Ind'pendfnce (Hone ciiuroh i:'vic: ch lr. . KYW (S.li.1). Chicago Church wr-c.. I KTH8 C74.4), Uol !-prini."i li,iic(nal WMAJP &.. Fort Worth t-'aniw. WHO s:V Dei'-Mulnea B'nul .l'eshu-turn aarvivaa. ' ' VW t !'.! . .C(adpnetl(-JJtiriiln tf iliio. Jrabt4iian. - ' vllC (485. 7), Mftnphls .'burch ifrvlci , , , MM a. in. - WGT (;7.t), (Mioif'tudy Symphony a iwty concert, nli"i VMZ. Ilil.) a. m. ' tVHB CSJ.C). Uiinu City Churh "'r,x' (;o:.s, CW' j' Cl.U ;iS" tiwatrr j-urnu 3 hours. a. m. KOA (IS?: O. tienw t. Jchn a L'pinco-MO CitthedraL IS m. ; KPI MC7). An-i Srvlt'. f, CKAO 43S S). Caltury Ncinc HrtW, , KKAB (340.1). Lincoln Oic!.tru; en-fcrtninmcnt. WHT (tt)11). Chlcaso .Sacred concert; ?cal ami orcwi. , IttlJ . i. KifA C$2), HhniHiidoah Sacrtd aona. ' 1Ss5 p. in. KTW f,'SS.4X Chluiifo rSrat Treabytf-flan a-ifvicoa. lt:SO p. m. . ') WBAP Hn.t), i'ort Worth Kiddlaa JluilBf y:ii. Chlcato Clamleal pre. Iran,; tenor. . . litis a. a). , W'HT 40H), Chleajo -Sunn hint hour; Shepard tlma. i 1 p. in. KG! (Jfit.i). Oaila'nd St. tuka'a Epla-Cvpjat rhureh. , WhlUi St.itsn Island Orchcutrai lctnr; tenor. T WKAK (4K1.5), Now Tork SiTVlofa"; ad-ira: vocal. WEEI (240MV Boatcn Oolden Rul floor. ' .. ' tVHS 3fll.2. Kew fork Chriatlan En-Ja-or proaram. ' Wl.It (3S4.H, Philadelphia Concurt br-.thaitra. WOO (1SJ.U Daranport Orcheatra ton-tert. , ; VVWJ (J5J.7), Ptro!t Nawa orcheatra. lilS p. m. Wtt An (!?). Atiautio City S'.alde Ho- tel trio. liM p. a. WITT '40H Chtiio Atrial Olrlai Ra-dl? Ttanpem, WJZ 4i4.8. Nw Tric Radio Forum; epr servicea. iW tiO.; Philadelphia lluelcal ax-erclfea. woaw (5:6), Oaiaha 'RIl!oui Valua of Urama."- 1:M p. aa. CKAC (411). .Montreal Capital . ttwatw hour. , . ' WTIAR- ftTS). ' Atlantic ("Mi Rermon. WRXV Cii.ih New YofW Body Fit talkt. . J p. m. : WENR "M Chltajo C'.aaslsnt pro-irm, 3 boura. WKAF (4t.sX New Tork Toung Fto-ple'a ronferenr. , WEKI (14I.6),- Boaton Orran recital. WON (SOI.), niiUaafl Oritan concert. WHS (Sl.:X New York Radlu Bible c'.aan. ' WUT (t0), Chlcajro Fellowahlp pro-urn m: mlaalonary uroaram. WoAW ((:!, Omaha Double quartet: uli.nlt wrxt CaS.S), J-'t-w Tork Sluale of all relliiona. . . t:tO p. a. C3), Wbenandoah Golden Ku'.e aetvlcea. . KTW (5J5.4). ThieaifO Studio aen-loea. waBS (31i.).t New Tork Mualoal pro-tram, KKAA (47J.S), PaJlaa Farmer'a hour. WEAR UIJ..4). Clewland Concert orcheatra. , WO.V , (tni.l), Chloaro Organ; muale call! ooncfTt. wori C7M. Ratarta Mualcal pro-cram; Dlble lecture. , StS p. aa. WHT ttOO), Chloaao gerrjeeai erchea-. tra concert. I P. . 1rF titt fibxnandoah Jlethodtat (eneral conference. KI.US 4441X Independence Sacred atu-dln proa-ram. Kt-KA i. Eaat rittaburth Orap recital: vtapara. VIAP ((.). Xaniaa City Ud lea Ulee chin, WCAP (Ht.l), T,aahlnitn Chapel ' WEAK1 (411. SV Nw Tork T.M.C.A. ronferenee. alao WEEI. W6AI. WCAE, WTA-1. i M'JJD (J76.3). Jloc-ieheart Auditorium concert, WlP (501. 1), Phlladelphla-nRellHoua talk. was (18J.I), Chlcato rhllliarmonio pr-cheat ra. WMPB (HdX Ohlcaao Popular ivmeert. WWJ (44!.), Chloajo C'onoart program, WRXT (261. tX 'ew Tork Conom proaram. ' 1:18 P. aa. WHAD . (371). . illlwaukea Turnvartin Symphony orcheatra, , wro liti.u Atlantlo Oty Vocal and Instrumental, K PAR (140.I), Lincoln Vtr anrlvi. . KECO (Bte.l), 6t. Loula Rellfloue lec ture. KMA tili), Kientndoah Churcb choir; Btbif claaw. .. KXX (!.), Hollywood City Park miiarinal nrAaVTaim ' KOA (12J.4A Denver Muilo bourN gan. KTW (IIS 4), ChleaaT-itudio" Boaeart. WBCN (2H ChJeago claaaloal con. eert. WRBHf C14X Chlca Popular Btudlo proaram. WCAU (!tl). rhlladelphla Recital. WIMT 4241.1 ), . Kanaaa City ahtath epra. "v.- vii" jiuairai prcrarn, WOT (Uf a), Bcheneotady Organ rtcj-al: vlnllnlat. KKUIl C78). New Tortt 104'b Artillery band. WHN (161.J), New Tork Danea erahea. tra. WHO f:lX t) Molnep Solcnea ! tur. wi.W 4J!.), Cincinnati Oavton choir coin-err. WRXT (55I.SX Kw Tork Slrlnf tjuar tel. WHt't (41.4X Iowa City, la. Unlw- aity cronee'ra ana rnnrtia; addreaa, WHO t4J5.l), Hartford NewbiT tan. 4:10 a wood f41M. M;unepIla-8t. Paul i rnjnr an 4il p. Bl WCATT ,(:;i), rhiladelphla Senlcta; taia; reiltaL 4:3 p. M, WIIAH (M I), t.uiavula Choral aerv l.a: h-na' rholr. rm (4 4v.Pi.. Jefferaon City Vttper tftllCH. 3 p. oi. Kf'KU 4 4 S t . 7 . Columbia, Ho. feaper artl'-ae. WhiiH (S70.2V Chlno Twilight mui- Krmi cru Tot' Talk; Mnuaie utaa. WEB (12J.JX Atlanta Pacred emccrt. t 3:1.1 P. m. WCAt f278), piilladti'iiihliv rcnv.aylva-nlft orchestra. S p. m. ' - WIW (358,!!), hpt'lniffleld Copely Plata orch.tra. WEAK (JIJ.4X CltV'.Ur.d 1'ark theater oreh'trn. WKAA fl75.91. Pixllaa P.ad'.o DtMe olaea. 0:1.1 p m. K8D t:,45.t), Hi. Loula (Lmcert oroli-n-trs WlP (iU.;X Philadelphia llnly Trinity o.lmrcli. KM p, m. WKF f4?' 51. Xrw York '''"Mt.'l 'Ian-, nl.o 1V-KKT. WCA1', WTAi.4, VCXVJ. WCAH. WJAK. p. m. KFN'I' (;'C;1), hlnmtnilmih (juld't) Rule clr.'le. c,:;,ii p. m, WltAR II7JX AliantU- City Evtnliia aervlccn. 7 P. '. , KPtJ 'NM.SX Han ifrunclaeo omiiB. re- "''ii'rw (533.4). ChlMjto Hunday ;ecenlng club. ... 7:1.1 P. ni. WPAA .. 7iS). Da llua Service, CI'V Tamp'-. . ....., wuo Ci6, Dca Jlolnea Hanker a wro 'f'wKn KiS.S). AUnnta Presbyterian eervloea, 7:4.1 p. m. ' WMB11 C50X ChtOHifo Sclfjpce aervlcea, M'8Al (325. X Cincinnati Chlnna con-oert; pertnonttte, R p. m. ' KEDM C13.4), Honumont Ohurch aerv. lee. WCRD (344. , Zlon. Ill Mixed nuar-tet. . . 0:1.1 p. fti. W'EAP (401.1). New YorlfKnt hntie, Annit Case, .soprano, alau WilAM, WiJR, WJAR, KrtH, WEAR, WTAH. WW.I, WCAI', ' WKEI. WOO, W'CCU WftAa". WCS. . 8:25 P. m. KOA (S22.4). Jnver Ht. Jjhn'a Rpla-copal Catholral. :SH p. at. WFAA (475. t), Liallaa Cirlxtian ihurcli atljrtet. II P. in, KTIIS (3T4 t llt fc!lng Tenor; Sew Aritnaton enaemliie. . Kll (4il7). Urn Angelea Or.-an recital: crci,etr. 0:1.1 p. in. KI'IIO i Hi. 1 1, St. Louis Talk, the Rev. P. K. One-. WKCI (4fc"..C), Iowa city. I.v Pamlllaf hyn.na. 0:30 p. ni. ROW (4D1. 3V Poftlaud Rnptlat aerrleca. KTW', (J8J.4X Chicago Claaalcal oon-cert. ' . . WAMI C44), irirneapollallirmoriy htirriiMine. WKXR Cfitl). Chicago Pan. niuafo: vn. cul: Itintnimental, WHT (100). Chicago Reqnea' projram; l"k home hour WRW (J7HX Tarn'town Muaion! pro- i gram. 0:4,1 p. m. WITX (361.5). Nw Turk Jinfeu'e Ilof-brim iiri'liealm, entertainers, WOO (4S3.f.). IH-eniKirt Sympliony or-fhentra. . WO A IV ClO.'imahn Chapel aemcea. 10 p. m. RTIIB (ST4.SX Hut f-'prlnga Special frollri; Enny l'.id. KUO (361.:). Oakland St, Luke'e Epl-nopal. KKT (467). T.oa Angelw Cloaaln hour. . 1VKRC (42S.3), Cincinnati Vocal , and Inatrumantal. ' KNX (.134.11). Hollywood Ambnaaador concert, orcheatra. 10:1.1 p, at. WtIAR.(57&). Atlantic City OrtttS recital, . - 10i45 p, m. KPSX (HS.SX I'aaadena Mayrlung art-iata' enaentble. 11 P. m. K1W (491.8). portlund-eS.nnphony or-cheat ra. KKI M7), Ixj a Ane:a Iliu IMrd band. KXX litt.t). Hollywood Nnranriea pro gram. WKAA (475.9). Palliia "A Jaca." WBAP (174.9), Port Worth Popula r mil-ale. WKRC Mi.) Cincinnati McKaya dance orchestra, IVORS (260), Oak Pnrk Organ; aaored and claaaloal, 11:30 p. m. KPI (l7 Loa Angelea Packard or-chutras aololet. Jl mldnlrkt, 1VBRM (254). Chicago NUtty club; llou- In Rouge orcheatra, Loss of Sleep, Loss oi "Pep All Hung on "Pest of the Air" m- isR tn, ki ein. , Rcli'iiVe KClar. MIA Ken lee. Doctor are complaining;, college prKidents lire lnnu-nting, njothorg lire tt'tvinif their hair! I.'s radio, nguiti. It's kocpine children and their parent tip late ni(tht, wearinir down their vitality for lack of nlnep and mftklnu Ingnftfrfs "ut , of them at school. - ,4n,l ' irntfi.n in clwh a noint j that some coIIcec heads hafo nclu- inllv fnrlitrlilsn tlin in of rml'il In- sirunients in the eampiis dormitories. Thi linn for instance has hoen placed upon iho gtudcmt of Cloudier College t Baltimore. At that institution President Wesley (luth hint decided he's not (to-hg to let radio bo responsible for lato hours-and consequent lack of pep and efficiency In the classroom. So oat ro nil receivers, and the students must be in bed wilh lights out at their regular time. v Children Must Study. Even Jupsn has come to this conclusion. Tokyo school officials have placed the taboo on the radio .set for school children, so far as evening entertainment goes. They niujn't give up their study hours for radio. Thai's not all. Ashcville, K. C, is Pair of noted ss a resort for the cure of tubercular and bronehlal easel. It's hinh and tho air Is dry and pure. But in addition, modern medicine decrees absolute rest and quiet and good food. Tho patients get the food And the air. Hut not the restif there's a radio set around. ' So sonic physicians have put the ban on radio for their ward's. Some even hnve cone so far as to bar it absolutely, even while the pa-J tlent is awake and may enjoy tho songs of the air. Because, they say, fishing for a broadcasting stntion is work. It's a nervous strain. And they don't want their patients to be subject to even this effort. Late Honrs Lout Prp. As you walk down the avenue, notice tho eyes of some of the busy business men passing you. Notice the purple circles tinder their eyes. Take note of their slackened pace and their dullness of perception. They've been up late . fishing- for some European station, or trying to listen in on tomo distant station that has happened to scrape quietly through the earphones of their receivers. They couldn't get any distant station before midnight, when those nearbv sia-n off. So ot until 2 and ,1 in the looming they stay, phones What Broadcasters Are Doing A Junior Radio club for young l!s-teners-ln is being organised by station WBAL, Baltimore, Uasel Knox will be the club leader. Meetings will be held weekly. Irene Downing, player-roll artist, takes part in the Wednesday noon concerts broadcast by station WLW, Cincinnati. Her recitals usually consist of request selections. .'...: Station WSM, Nashville, Tenn., has added a new steamboat whistle as part of the studio equipment. Studio members kflow the whistle as "Old Hickory." ' ' KFQB, Fort Worth, tesas, has been transferred to a class U station and has increased its power to 1000 watts. Tho station continues to operate on 1!03 meters. A new Dutch microphone, mad from a block of marble, is in us at tho studio of station WTHO, Jtien- mond Hill, N. Y, This instrument isJ known as a "hushless" microphone and ts said to be the only one in use in America. The romance of electricity, a two-hour program to bo broadca.. erery second Wednesday of the month, b ginning In March, will be featured by KOA, Denver. .The program will include a wide variety of vocal and instrumental numbers. ' . The Repertory Theater orchestra of Boston will be heard from station WBZ, Springfield, Mass, every Wednesday evening from 8 to 8;80 o'clock. Station WSWS, Chicago, is' one of ths new stations to go on the air. It has taken over station WCEK and operates on a wave band of 27.8 meters.. A modern broadcasting plat, housing A new 1000 watt transmitter, has been constructed at Woodale, 18 miles west of Chicago. DIVORCE CASES BROADCASTED TO LOWER RATE Toledo, Ohio, Feb. 33 (N'EA Rem Ice.) Chnrity organisations and social workers have , had their chance, and now radio Is golnr to be given an opportunity to lower America's high divorce rate. Divorce cAses will be broadcast! "If I could only broadcast a ses-sion of tho domestic relations or juvenile ' court, I think I might, wipe out the menace that threatens iflcisl life here," said Judge James Austin, Jr. And now arrangements are being made to broadcast through a radio station every word that is said during one of Judge Austin's court sessions as an experiment. He promises that the cases tried for the radio will bo "nverage" divorce cases. There will bo no juvenile eases a the policy of the court is to keep such information as far from the public eye as possible. No dates have been arranged, but it is expected that Judge Austin will hold a special night court when the broadcasting is done. clamped to tho cars, every muscle in their bodies strained to get Just a peep to' signify long distance. . So, after only four hours' sleep, Ihey go out into the'world to compete with their neghbor who hasn't a receiver and who has had hit allotted eight houra of rest and pence. Thnt'a the cryN$ mothers, doctors and even college heads against radio. But they fail to take into account one thing: How many times has the. radio t actually put us to sleep, when we couldn't have been put otherwise! RADIO 0 'mm TUBES tit or- In the memory of the millions a few men live not for great deeds or high attainment, but because they possessed to the utmost degree that Proven Integrity ' which is the Keystone of Character. 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