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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SVSTEM NETWORK 1210 KILOCYCLES Saturday P. M. 5:15 Advemures in Science, CBS 5:30 Saturday Night Swing Club, CBS .6:00 News of the Nation, P. G. and E. 6:05 Sons of the Pioneers, Poultry Tribune, 6:13 Jim Woods' Sports Camera 6:30 Joe E. Brown. Post Toasties, CBS 7:00 News of the World, United Home Bank 7:05 North Iowa Forum, Girls' Hobby Show Playlet ' 7:15 The Town Crier 7:30 Studio Party 8:00 News 8:15 Music for Men. Utilities Engineering Institute 8:30 Tropical Moods 3:45 Ranch Boys 9:00 Your Hit Parade. L u c k y i man of the city's subway systems fel BEN CHLEY WILL "DO UP" FAIR Will Give Tips on Seeing New York on Sunday Night Show Bob Benchley, raconteur and traveler, hns a few "Tips on Seeing New York" for prospective World's Fair visitors. Those who like BenchMan wild goose chases will do well to tune in "Melody and Madness" on KGLO Sunday from 9 to 9:30 p. m. "There are all types of sightseers," the comedian mused. "For instance, there is the Baedecker- lugger who likes to visit museums, monuments and menaaeries. Forget About Him '·He's pvetly well able to take care of himself. Sa we will leave him to his own devices with SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1939 Tuesday Night Treats Strike Cigarets, CBS 9:4a Capitol Opinions, CBS 10:00 Evening News Roundup 10:15 Doc L a w son's Orchestra, Surf 10:30 Charles Baum's Orchestra. Stabile's Orchestra, CBS 11:00 D i c k CBS 11:30 Wayne King's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 Dance Music 12:30 Harry Owens' Orchestra, CBS 1:00 Rhythm Club 2:00 Sign Off Sunday, March 19 7:00 Morning Moods 7:30 Sunday School Lesson Preview 8:00 From' the Organ Loft, CBS 8:25 Press News, CBS 8:30 Wings Over Jordan, CBS 9:00 Radio Chapel 9:30 Aubade for Strings, CBS 10:00 Clyde Barrie with Charles Paul, Organ. CBS 10:30 Major Bowe's Capitol Family, CBS 11:30 Salt Lake City Tabernacle Choir and Organ, CBS 1K:00 Huck Shaffer's Orchestra "But take that large group of visitors who wouldn't know which corner to turn to find a good mound of spaghetti with thick- meat sauce and not too much garlic. Or the sort who like a quiet ride in a charabanc and a lecture on the 'Life of a Polyp' to top it off. Aids Relatives "As it happens, I won't be here to greet my relatives but I've made out an itinerary for them. You lucky listeners might as well take advantage o£ it, too." Artie Shaw plas's an original JOE SEARCHES FOR GIRAFFES Tunnel-Mouth Tiys to Find One That Can Sing Zoologists insist that giraffes have, the longest necks in the world. They also declare that the animals are mute. But that doesn't stop Joe K. Brown from trying to lind one that can sing on his program, heard over KGLO Saturday from 6:30 to 7 p. m. Before tunnel-mouth Joe gets through with those nuts, Gill and Demling, in this weird quest, even the zoo keepers won't talk. Paula Winslow. Margaret Mc- Cnie and Harry Stjsnik's orchestra, however, make up for the lunatics of t!ic "talent stouts." Directs Playlet age Girl" and Helen Forrest offers an interpretation ot '-This Is Sunday Mail Bag Is Now One Hour Show Because of the ever increasing number of requests to be honored on the Sunday Mail Bag program, the time for this popular program , . has b ecn extended to one hour-12:30 Salute to New York's World frora 4:30 to 5:30 p. m. From Fair by Hungary, CBS I Monday through Friday it is a half 1:00 Americans All; Immigrants ''our show from 4:45 to 5:15 p. m. All, CBS I Saturday it comes on at 4:30. 1:30 Norman Corwin's W o r d s Extension o£ the Sunday Mail j A^.vkt-iiaiuu ML mi; O U J L U U y luail Bag show puts "The Voice o£ the \ North Iowa Press,'' a digest of edi- j torial opinion from newspapers in 4:00 The Itev. Carl J. Sentman, i u "s section of the state, on the air Without Music. CBS 2:00 Philharmonic Symphony. CBS German Baptist Church 4:30 Mail Bag Hour i P- m. 5:30 Voice of the North Iowa Press 5:45 Moments of. Melody o:55 News, P. G. and E. 6:00 People's Platform. CBS C:30 Jim Woods' Sports Camera 6:45 North Iowa Forum, Herb Temph'n 6:55 News, United Home Bank 7:00 This is New York,.CBS 8:00 News \ 8:15 Music for Men, U. E. L 8:30 Kosario Bordon and the Concert Orchestra 9:00 Melody and Madness with Bob Benchley, Old Gold Cigarets, CBS 9:30 Master Singers 9:45 Capitol Opinions. CBS 10:00 Evening News Roundup, Pat Patterson 10:15 Paul Moorehead's Orchestra (Surf) 10:30 Archie Bleyer's Orchestra, CBS 11:00 Wayne King's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Harry Owen's Orchestra CBS Monday, March 20 6:00 Alarm Clock Hour 6:43 Morning News Roundup 7:00 Time and Tunes, First National Bank T.'l.i Radio Chapel 7:30 Home Folks Frolic, Iowa Master Breeders 7:45 Musical Clock, Merkel's 8:00 Richard Maxwell. CBS 8:15 Today in Osage, Osage Merchants 8:45 Musical Clock, Nash Coffee Company 9:00 Pretty Kitty Kellv, Wonder __ Bread. CBS 9:la Clear Lake on the Air, Clear Lake Merchants 9:30 Organ Reveries, Innes 9:45 Charles City on the Air, Charles City Merchants 10:00 Melody Time, Mier "Wolf and Sons 10:15 Parade of Bands 10:30 Mornins Concert, Vance Music Company 10:45 Church in the Wildwood. Marshall and Swift 11:00 Home Town News. Hank Hook, Iowa Shoe Brokerage 11:15 Mystery Melody Game 11:30 Markets 11:45 Mid-day Review 13:00 Mack's Truckers 12:30 Front Page News. Pat Patterson, Tnternationaf Harvester Company 12:45 Hank Hook on tile Street, Pritchard Motor Cnmoany 1:00 Rhythm Rascals, CBS 1:15 The Town Crier 1:30 American School of the Air CBS 2:0(1 Boole Pilot 2:15 Curti.s School of Muir 3:00 Today's Devotions, the Rev L. R. Cartwright 3:15 Not So Long Ago, CBS 3:4; Nan Wynn. Songs. CBS 4:00 Columbia Chamber Orchestra. CBS 4:15 Let's Pretend, CBS 4:45 Mail Mag 15 minutes later, from 5:30 to 5:45 H -NBC Rl.t'E NETWOltK IBM KTM)CV:i.ES NANCY HUTSON AND HERBIE HOLMES Herbie Holmes' Orchestra to Broadcast From Surf Nationally Famous Orchestra on Road After CBS Airings Air Ya SATCKDAr EVENING 5:00 Kaftenmeyer's Kindergarten r:4- Religion in the News 0:00 Avalon Time li:30 News G:4j This Business Week 7:00 Quaker Party 7:30 fred M'arins's Orchestra 8:00 Iowa Barn Dance Frolic 10:13 News 10:2C Dance JIusic SUS'UAy, MABCH 13 S:00 Bible Broadcaster 9:00 Diclc Lcibert. Organist D.-Io Seventh rjaj- Adventist 3:30 Crescent Hour of, Music 10:13 Cljimney House 11:00 Seventh Day Advcntists 13:00 Musical Plays 1:30 Tile Old Drinmer 2:00 Sunday Drivers :!:30 Sports Headlines 2:4r Chats About Doys 3:00 Father Ch.irles Coughlin 4:00 Sunday Afternoon in flojcdal 4:30 Spelling Bee ·5:03 Cosmopolitans - 5:13 Vox Pop ! Ti:43 Headlines of tlio Wcck ; C:00 Jack Benny I 0:30 Fitch Bandwagon j 'iM Charlic^McCarthy 0:00 Merry-Go-ttound 3:30 The Circle 10:00 Dance Clusic 10:13 News 10:3!! Dance Jluric H. H. TELLIN' YA: Hi Yo Silver! And once more the Lone. Ranger rides into a Mason City home, thanks to the interest oC a couple of fellows on the KGLO staff in a lad who found it necessary to follow his favorite radio j program by cupping his ear around the corner of the station's ] control room on the second floor of the Hotel Hartford. When questioned about his appearance at the studio hall evcrv Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5:30 p. in., the 9 year old chap explained that he just couldn't afford to miss the Lone Ranger. Well, why didn't lie listen to the show at home like other boys and girls ilia? The answer: "My pa's salary isn't big enough to pay the electric bills. And so he had it disconnected. Now we can't use our radio anymore.'' From the Mississippi delta comes the nationally famous orchestra of Hcrble Holmes to top the airings from the Surf ballroom at Clear Lake for the ensuing week. After recently completing an extended stand at the Edgewater Beach hotel in Chicago, the orchestra entertains at the Surf Tuesday night . . . and will be aired from 10:15 to 10:43 o'clock. Featuring "smart music with a touch of the blues," the Herbie Holmes music is familiar to KGLO listeners because it was u regular Swing on the Wane! CBS to Drop Program The Columbia Broadcasting System Friday announced that the 136ih and last broadcast of "Saturday Night Swing Club" will be heard Saturday from 5:30 to G p. m. In connection with ex-' I piration ot the program. W. B. I Lewis, vice president in charge of j broadcasts, said: "CBS began its experiments with radio programs of hot music- long before the word swing came into the popular vocabulary. I t will continue such experiments when the word swing lias gone out.of current usage. Jitterbug Era Fades "We always shall have hot music, but it would seem the end of the current iitterbug era is approaching. There are signs swing is on the wane, or. at least, that it is going through a period of marked transition. '·For many months we have been planning a new series of experiments with jazz. We cannot announce the definite nature of these programs as yet, but have every reason to believe they will be welcomed by an even wider audience than 'Swing Club' attracted. After Three Years "Swing has been given the accolade of critics, public and sponsors. Mrs. Itusst'll Clrton has prepared a continuity, tlravi-iug attention to MIC forthcoming girls' hobby show at the Y. W. C. A., which will be presented on KGLO's North Iowa Forum hour over KGLO Saturday from 7:05 (o 7:15 p. m. Three girls are to be interviewed on Hie program by Mrs. Girton and Sirs. Jean Jlesser. The girls are Velma Hockenberry, Betty Sinijolt and Joan Andrick. On Sunday Forum dance hour feature on the Colum- j "Ending the series after three T NB(J r.F.U XET1VO11K I U O I ) KILOCYCLES SATURDAY' EVENING 5:00 Opportunities ror Men .1:30 Lamp Lighting Time 5:^3 Weather--Neivs 6:00 Bernic Curnmins 0:30 Rendezvous'With Records 7:00 Ruby Xcwman's Orchestra 7:15 Boys' State Basketball Tourney 10:00 National Barn Dar.ce 11:00 Glen Gray's Orchestra 13:30 Freddie Martin's Orchestra SU.VDAV, 3IAKCII 13 Peerless Trio Coast to Coast on a Bus Keu-s Helen Wc5tbrook. Organifl Soutticmaires Church Program George Sir Vcnka's Orchestra History Spcafcs RIsgic Kcy Frank Simon's Band Rural Riddles Bishop Oxnam Lutheran Hour Sletropoliiaii Opera Auditions Chenault Speaks Let's Go Back to the Bible "Evening Tsetvs Eugene Conley. Tenor Sunday Ni c ht at Setli Parker's Cavalcade of Baseball Hollywood Plavhouse Walter Winchcll Irene Rich- Dr. James Slocum Nc\vs OJd Fashioned Revival Glen Miller's Orchestra Bob Crosby's Orchestra 7:00 3:0n 9:00 J0:00 10:30 11:00 12:00 12:45 1:00 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4::o 3:00 I.LflO 0:1S G:30 7:00 8:00 3:30 = :« 9:00 9:45 10:00 11:00 11:30 5:15 Singin' Sam, Coca-Cola 5:30 Lone Ranger, Pfaff Baking John Price (who has a boy of his own) and Milo Knutson (who wouldn't miss a Lone Ranger program himself) told the boy to make himself at home. In visiting with him they found that there were nine children in the family-plus a couple of cats and dogs. "My pa's a swell guy," the boy boasted, "and he's going to get me some new clothes as soon as he can. Then maybe I can go to the neighbors to listen like my sister does. But it takes a little more than lie can make now to keep up with everything." *· s « Further visiting with the boy revealed that he was a charter member of the ione Ranger Safety club, having obtained his application blank at a Betsy Ross bread dealer the first day that the club was announced. "Ulicn do I get my certificates?" lie asked. The KGLO staff members told him that he'd get the certificate all right . . . and more. Price and Knutson decided to fix up a crystal set, one that operates without tubes or batteries, for the lad's home. The job was done . . . aerial and all. And today there is a huddle of happy youngsters around that set as the cry of "Hi Yo Silver"' comes over the airlancs. * * * Pal Patterson of the KGLO staff lias been confined to his bed most of the week with the flu. Artie Shaw's S50.000 yearly guarantee with Victor records, signed the other day, is the greatest sum o£ bandleader bia network for several weeks during the winter. Winsome Dark Lass With the Holmes organization, which has had an unparalleled rise, is Nancy Hutson, winsome dark lass who takes care of the femme vocals in grand style. Her broad accent and drawl make her a rjuick favorite. During the past year Holmes has had engagements at Euclid Beach. Cleveland; Hotel Claridge, Memphis, Tenn.; Glen Echo, Washington; Rainbow Gardens. Denver. Colo.: and a five-month record breaking run at Club Greyhound, "Southland's Smartest Theater Restaurant/' at Louisville, Ky. Other Orchestras Tu be aired from the Surf at the usual 10:IS hour Saturday night will be the music of Doc Lawspn's electric band. Sunday night's entertainment at the dance rendezvous will be furnished by Paul Moot-head's orchestic. Earl Hunt's Revelers play Friday night and will be heard over KGLO at the usual time. KGLOP^er Boost to Get Early Hearing Word from the federal communications commission at Washington, which passes on all radio licenses, reveals that KGLO's application for a boost in power to 1,000 watts has been designated for a hearing in the early part of June. At that time an examiner will pass on merits of the local station's application. Under the new spsedmg-up procedure of the commission's machinery an early re- j port of findings will undoubtedly be released after the hearing is! held, according to the manage-1 mcnt of KGLO. I years on the air is only a case of unwillingness to be the last to lay the old aside, even though we may attempt to be the first by whom the new is tried." Burke Asks "What About Wagner Act?" Senator Edward B. Burke (D) of Nebraska talks on "What Shall We Do With the Wagner Act?" in the Capitol Opinions series on the Columbia network Saturday, heard over KGLO from 9:45 to 10 p. m. Senator Burke is a member of the judiciary and appropriations committees. YOUR HIT PARADE Lanny Ross sings several romantic favorites. Mark Warnow's orchestra presents the 10 best tunes in Your Hit Parade, Raymond Scott's quintet features several unusual swingaroo selections. Kay Lorraine adds her vocal charm to some of the hit choruses, and a male quartet tops the program heard on KGLO Saturday from 9 to 9:45 p. m. WINGS OVER JORDAN Channing H. Tobias, director of colored Y. M. C. A.'s o£ New York City, is guest speaker on Wings Over Jordan over KGLO Sunday from 8:30 to 9 a. m. Spirituals and sacred music are sung by a choir of 35 voices selected from representative churches. The Week on KGLO Programs--March 19 to March 25 STANDARD PROGRAMS * % ^ Every Week Day SPECIAL PROGRAMS * * * Day by Day (CJ TM k .«l V '. lh ,, SPJ P At , PR 0- (CJicck With STANDARD FRO- l i K A l t l Q */» f * , A V » M l n 4 n . T h r i l l . . *-»*» *·»·!"· f . f , . . .- to Complete Daily Schedules) GRAMS for Complete Dally Schedules) MORNING , 6:00 Alarm Clock Hour G:45 Morning News Roundup 7:00 Time and Tunes 7:15 Radio Chapel 7:30 Home Folks Frolic 7:45 Musical Clock 8:00 (M-W-F) Richard Maxwell, CBS ' (T) Sunny Melodies. CBS (Th) Milton Charles Recalls, CBS (Sa) Console Contrasts, CBS S:!5 Today in Osage 8:45 Musical Clock 9:00 (M through F) Pretty Kitty Kelly (Sa) Pappy Cheshire's Hillbillies, CBS 9:15 Clear Lake on the Air 9:30 Organ Reveries 9:45 Charles City on the Air 20:00 Melody Time 10:15 Parade of Bands 10:30 Morning Concert 10:45 Church in the Wildwood 11:00 Home Town News 11:15 Mystery Melody Game 11:30 Markets 11:45 (M-W-F) Mid-Day Rovinv (T-Th) American F a m i l y Robinson (Sa) Enoch Light's Orchestra, CBS Herb Templin, physical education director at the Y. M. C. A., will be heard on the North Iowa Forum over KGI.O Sunday from G:45 to G:m p. m. His talk, "Finding One's Place in Life," was presented recently to Presbyterian and Methodist church groups and it is scheduled on the air by rctiuest. Announce Talent for Sunday Lesson Hour The lesson, "Incentive to Christian Living," will be discussed on the Lesson Preview hour over KGLO Sunday at 7:30 a. m. by Mrs. Don Toeptev of the Gospel Tabernacle Alliance. The Rev. P. E. Freligh, pastor of the tabernacle, will preside and will also sing. He will be accompanied by Miss Dorothy Young. HUNGARY HAILS WORLD'S FAIR Admiral Nicholas Horthy, regent of Hungary, salutes the New York World's Fair of 1329 from Budapest in a broadcast over KGLO Sunday from 12:30 to 1 p. m. National airs are by the Royal Hungarian Opera House orchestra This is the twelfth of weekly international tributes to the fair. ·'AMERICANS ALL" Contributions by immigrants from Hungary, Rumania. Portugal and Lithuania to the well-being of the United States are dramatized in '-Americans All--Immigrants All" over KGLO Sunday from 1 to 1:30 p. m. The program features growth of the clothing industries of New York. Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Chicago which absorbed many of these immigrants. On Cantor's Program WORDS WITHOUT .MUSIC · i In the absence of Director Nor- j man Corwin. vacationing in Ber- 1 muda. Words Without Music over! KGLO Sunday from 1:30 to 2 p i m. is directed by William Robson through the ''Melody and Madness" program, heard on KGLO Thfs is the police department . . , for radio trouble you better call H E R B and GEO. Radio Service - 9 SECOND STREET S. W, Company 6:00 News of the Nation, P. G and E. " . _ . 6:05 Sons of the Pioneers, Poul- ' Sunday at 9 p. in. try Tribune * " 6:15 Jim Woods' Sports Camera 6:30 The Chicagoan?. CBS 7:00 News of the World, United Home Bank 7:05 North Iowa Forum 7:15 The Town Crier 7:30 Rural Roundtable 8:00 News 8:lo Music for Men. U E I 8:30 Tropical Moods 8:45 Old Refrains 9:00 9 O'clock Tempos cording companies. 'Shaw's phc- ! I nominal rise has come largely j " iat anything can happen in radio I 9:30 Eddie Cantor's Camel Caravan, Camel Cigarets, CBS 10:00 Evening News Roundup, Pat Patterson 10:15 Sammy Kaye's Orchestra, CBS 10:30 Cab Galloway's Orchestra, CBS 11:00 Clyde CBS 11:30 Henry CBS Lucas' Orchestra, King's Orchestra, Lyn Murraj-. most prolific of the CBS bandsmen and vocal arrangers, did eight shows last Sunday--some sort of record for the network. He did six airings during the matinee period, then directed choral groups in the evening on the "This is New York" and Robert Benchley sc- ries. Hard to take: Charlie Ruggles leaves the Star Theater in two weeks ior a brief vacation in Bermuda, * * * The Bailey sisters, formerly heard with Orin Tucker, now croon vith Ben Bernic's orchestra. * * ^ Here's a true experience from a Minneapolis station, as reported in Variety this week, which proves or in Minneapolis: During a broadcast from Hiinncapolis last Saturday evening, a younir woman visitor stepped out from the studio audience of about 80 persons anil started disrobing. As the orchestra, went into a hot mazurka she got down to her un- dies nud by the time the bant! had finished the number she was being herself. The Bob o' Links harmony group were startled by the sight to the extent that they stopped in the middle of a number. Phone calls soon lit up the station switchboard asking how come the Links' abrupt halt. Meanwhile, a studio attache this up a spare overcoat and covered the girl. She apologized profusely, explaining that hot music gets her that way. but the COPS were called ana she was removed to General hospital. She is still being held for observation. AFTERNOON' 12:00 (M-W-F) Mac's Truckers (T-Th) Mid-Day' Review 12:30 Front Page News 12:45 Man on the Street 1:00 (See Special Programs) 1:15 (M through F) Town Crier 1:30 (M through F) School of the Air 2:00 (See Special Programs) 3:00 (M through F) Devotions 30) 3:15 (See Special Programs) 4:45 Mail Bag (Saturday at 4:^, 5:la (M through F) Singin' Sam (Sa) Adventures in Science CBS 5:30 (M-W-F} Lone Manger (T-Th) Junior Music Hall (Sa) All Hands on Deck CBS MONDAY (Afternoon) 1:00 Rhythm Rascals, CBS 2:00 Book Pilot 2:15 Curtis Institute of Music, CBS 3:15 Not So Long Ago, CBS 3:45 Nan Wynn Sings, CBS 4:00 Chamber Orchestra, CBS ·1:15 Let's Pretend Evening 6:30 The Cliicagoans. CBS 7:30 Rural Round Table 8:15 Music for Men 8:30 Tropical Moods 9:00 Tempos 3:30 Eddie Cantor, CBS 10:15 Sammy Kaye's "Orchestra CBS 10:30 Cab Galloway's Orchestra CBS 11:00 Clyde Lucas' Orchestra CBS 11:30 TM'i ry King ' s Orchestra, CBS Presents, Merry Min- TUESDAY (Afternoon) 1:00 Milton Charles CBS 2:00 Concert Hall, CBS 2:30 Story of Song, CBS 3:15 AI Bernard's Men- strcls, CBS 3:45 Music Without End, CBS 4:00 Current Questions Before the Senate, CBS ·!:15 Concert Orchestra, CBS (Evening) ii:30 Navy News fi:3fi Stop and Listen 7:30 Emil and His Commanders o:lo Music for Men 3:30 Benny Goodman, CBS 9:00 Barn Dance Frolic 10:15 Herbie Holmes' Orchestra EVENING 6:00 News U:05 Sons of the Pioncers Q:15 Sports Camera 7:00 Mews 7:05 North lowu Forum 7:15 Town Crier 8:00 News 8:15 to 10:00 (See Special Programs) 10:00 News 10:15 Surf and CBS Dance Orchestras (See Special Programs) Rubinstein on KGLO Sunday With "Nights in Gardens of Spain" "Nights in the Gardens of Spain," set of symphonic impressions for piano and orchestra by Manuel de Falla, 61 year old Spanish composer, receives one of its rare radio performances when Artur Rubinstein, brilliant Polish pianist, is soloist with the New York Philharmonic-Symphony orchestra on Columbia network Sunday. John Barbirolli conducts again in the program heard over KGLO from 2 to 4 p. m. Rubinstein plays in t\vo major works, the oilier being Saint- Saens* Second Piano Concerto. Spain's most distinguished contemporary composer produced his greatest symphonic score in this work. It eludes classification as s concerto because of fusion of orchestra and piano. De Falla's previous efforts embraced principally ballet and opera and compositions for instrumental solo or voice. He worked fastidiously on "Nights in the Gardens of Spain" Surf 10:45 Wayne CBS 11:00 Sammy CBS 11:30 Count CBS King's Kayo's Basic's Orchestra. Orchestra, Orchestra, WEDNESDAY (Afternoon) 1:00 Sweet Alice, CBS 2:00 Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. CBS 3:ln Time Out for Dancing, CBS 3:45 U. S. Navy Band, CBS -1:15 So You Want to Be. CBS 4:30 March of Games, CBS (Evening) 6:30 Melodecrs Quartet 6:45 Aloha Land 7:30 Music for Men 9:30 Ranch Boys 9:45 On With the Dance 10:15 Harry James' Orchestra CBS ' 10:30 Wayne King's Orchestra, CBS 11:00 Glen Grays Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Henry King's Orchestra CBS CBS taking six years, from 1909, to complete it while the Parisian I 10:30 Wayne music world (de yalla then lived in Paris) waited from season to season for its first performance. THURSDAY (Afternoon) 1:00 Melody Weavers CBS 2:00 U. S. Army Band, CBS 2:30 Sonata .Recital, CBS 3:15 Ray Block's Varieties, CBS 3:4a Four Clubmen, CBS 4:00 Current Questions Before the House, CBS 4:15 Let's Pretend, CBS (Evertine) G:30 Stop and Lisle;) 7:30 American Legion Hour 8:15 Music for Men 8:30 Tropical Moods 8:45 Master Singers 9:00 Concert Orchestra 9:30 On With the Dance 9:45 American Viewpoints 10:15 Henry Busse's 11:00 Sammy Madrid, in 1D16. E. Robert! Schmitz played it with the New i York Philharmonic Orchestra ten years later. » U : 3 ° CBS CBS Orchestra, King's Orchestra, Kayo's Orchestra, Noble's Orchestra, VRIDAY (Afternoon) 1:00 Stanley Hickman Serenades. CBS 2:00 U. S. Marine Band, CBS 2:30 Keyboard Concert, CBS 3:15 JMatinee- Promenade, CBS 3:45 Eton Boys, CBS 4:00 Ruth Carhart. Songs, CBS ·?:!, Men Behind the Stars. CI CBS Platform Topic: "Is World Order Possible)" On opposing sides in Lyman j Brj-son's People's Platform discus- I sion. "Is a World Order Possible?'' | to be heard over KGLO Sunday! , ,,, ,, -- - .... .,. v,~. | from 6 to G:30 p. m.. arc Clarence! " J:JO Christian Science Program j Streit. former foreign correspon- ' | dent of the New York Time?, and I James T. Shotwell, League of Naj lions association president and j education division director of i Carnegie Enclo'vment for International Peace. Streit, once stationed in Geneva and now in the Times Washing- (Evening) 6:30 Wonder Show With Jack Haley, CBS 7:30 String Ensemble 7:45 Revelers Quartet 8:15 Music for Men 8:30 Music by Cugat 8:45 Old Refrains 9:00 Kay St. Germain, west coast vocalist, and Bert Parks, announcer, who joined Eddie Cantor's troupe In New York, have revived the once popular type of boy-and-jjirl song interpretations. The pair featured by Comedian Cantor on his "Caravan'' programs over KGLO each Monday from 9:30 to 10 p. m. hail from remote points Ka.v born in Portland, Ore., lived in Buenos Aires as a child. Bert left his Atlanta. Ga., Jiome for a job as a Columbia network announcer in dra /'« d t° r the " Caravan " /now before it lett for Hollywood. Kay American union of 48 states. S h o well favors continuation of the league of nations. i Tv.-o "average citizens" also are on the program. One is Edna Jones, office secretary who believes Uncle Sam should mind his own business. The other, a workman, is yet to be selected. tra, CBS 10:15 Earl Hunt's Orchestra. Surf 10:30 Wayne King's Orchestra, CBS 11:00 Ben Bernie's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Count Basic's Orchestra CBS SATURDAY (Afternoon) FRO.'M THE ORGAN LOFT Jules Mattfeld. organist. i s l heard in recital From the Organ I ,, ,,, Loft over KGLO Sunday from 8' ~ :3 ° 1:00 Men Against Death. CBS 1:45 Fran Hines Sings, CBS to 8:25 a. m. His selections include: Brahms' choral prelude. "Schmucke dich, o " ' ~ ' Makers, CBS ege of St. Elizabeth Glee and Fiocco's Adagio, and ''Toccata;'by I Callaerts. Club, CBS 3:00 Texas Ranger?. CBS 3:30 Danccpators, CBS 4:00 What Price America (Evening) (See Schedule at Jeff of Pare)

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