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March 25, 1939

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

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COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM NETWORK 1210 KILOCYCLES MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Saturday P. M. 5:la Adventures in Science, CBS 5:30 Leightou Noble's Orchestra CBS 6:00 News ot the Nation, P. G. 6:05 Sons of the Pioneers 6:15 Jim Woods' Sports Camera . 6:30 Joe E. Brown, Post Toastics CBS 7:00 News ot the World, United Home Bank 7:05 North Iowa Forum, Stanley MacPeak 7:15 The Town Crier 7:30 Studio Party 8:00 News 8:15 Music For Men, U. E. t 8:30 Tropical Moods 8:45 Ranch Boy 9:00 Your Hit Parade, Luckv Strike, CBS 9:45 Capitol Opinions, CBS 10:00 Evening News lioundup, Pat Patterson 10:15 Count Basic's Orchestra, CBS 10:30 Henry Busse's Orchestra, CBS 11:00 Dick Stabile's Orchestra CBS 11:30 W a y n e King's Orchestra, CBS 12:00 Jack Teagarlon's Orchestra CBS. 12:30 Dick Barrie, CBS 1:00 Rhythm Club, CBS 2:00 Sign OH Sunday, March 26 4:00 Talk by Mussolini, Followed with Comments by H. V. Kaltenborn 7:00 Morning Moods 7:30 Sunday School Lesson Preview 8:00 From the Organ Loft, CBS 8:25 Press News, CBS B:30 Wings Over Jordan, CBS 9:00 Radio Chapel 9:30 Aubade lor Strings, CBS 10:00 Clyde Barry, Baritone: Charles Paul, Organ, CBS 10:30 Major Bowe's Capitol Family, CBS 11:30 Salt Lake City Tabernacle Choir and Organ, CBS 12:00 Huck Shaffer's Orchestra 12:30 Salute to New York's 1:00 Americans All, Immigrants AH, CBS 1:30 Words Without Music. CBS. 2:00 Philharmonic Symphony, CBS 4:00 The Rev. Carl J. Sentman, German Baptist Church 4:30 Mail Bag Hour 5:30 Voice of the North Iowa Press 5:45 Moments ot Melody 5:55 News, P. G. and E. 6:00 People's Platform. CBS 5:30 Jim Woods' Sports Camera 6:45 North Iowa Forum, Dr. S. Q. Helfenstein. Dayton, Ohio 6:55 News. United Home Bank 7:00 America's Dance Hour CBS 8:00 News 8:15 Music for Men, U. E. I. 8:30 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 10:15 Sammy Kayc's Orchestra CBS 10:30 Archie Bleycr's Orchestra CBS 11:00 Wayne King's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Dick Barrie's Orchestra 12:00 Sign Off Monday, March 27 6:00 Alarm Clock Hour 6:"15 Morning News Roundup 7:00 Time and Tunes. Hamilton Seed and Coal Company 7:15 Chapel o£ the Air 7:30 Home Folks Frolic, Iou-a Master Breeders 7:45 Musical Clock, Merkel's 8:00 Richard Maxwell, CBS 8:15 Today in Osagc, Osage Merchants 8:45 Musical Clock. Nash Coffee Company 9:00 Pretty Kitty Kellv, Wonder Bread. CBS 9:15 Clear Lake on the Air, Clcar Lake Merchants 9:30 Organ Reveries, Inncj Ripley^Believe It or Not' on KGLO * * * * * * * * * * *· * ¥ ^ _^____ Has New Surprises SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1939 Half Hour Show Goes on Air Friday at 9:30 p.m. nown returns to the air after an absence of sK months ' Co h "%' Be \ ieV . e Jt 01 Not " P"* 1 TM to KGLO, via the Columbia network, in a series starting Friday It will be heard each week at the same time from 9:30 to 10 p m ° f Nehi ______ A bdlli^uit^musica! castjsupports Ripley. Included are " * B - A. Kolfe and his 25-piece 1 O Air Plans MUSSOLINI ON KGLO SUNDAY Comes on at 4a.m., Kaltenborn Follows With Comments ... . , . _ . , Benito Mussolini of Italy makes world's Fan- by Poland, CBS ] an important speech to his government on the anniversary ot fascism Sunday and arrangements have been made by CBS to the network open three earlier Sunday morning throw hours in order to pick up the message which will be heard over KGLO at 4 a. m. The talk is expected to stress Italy's aspirations in the Mediterranean. Immediately after Mussolini speaks. H. V. Kaltenborn, crack foreign analyst, will summarize the dictator's comments for KGLO listeners. Following the Mussolini speech and /the comments by Kaltenborn. Columbia will continue on the air with a variety musical program, taking it up to the regular 7 o'clock opening time Sunday morning. o-piece ·a; Linda Lee, r h v t h m I singer, and the Men About: ; Town quartet. More Strange Tac-ls Just returned from a South and Central American tour, during which he visited his two-hun- dreth country, Ripley is prepared to regale CBS listeners with a new supply of "Believe It or Not" facts Among Bob's latest discoveries are the oldest working girl in the world--she's 116 years old and is still toiling to support herself; a man who was blown up by 31 ton.5 of aynamite and lived to tell the ! tale: a veritable human anti-toxin I bitten by so many poisonous snakes that even rattlers don't faze' him, and a man who was thrown off a train in Canada's wilds because he couldn't pay his tare and struck- gold at the spot where he was tossed out. Their stories, and those of dozens of equally remarkable persons, are to be unfolded over the air, m many, instances by the subjects themselves. How He Started The idea of "Believe It or Not'' originated while Ripley was working as sports cartoonist on the old New York GJobe. One night he drew several odd facts of sporting life. He called it "Believe H or Not." The drawing attracted attention. Bob repeated the idea several times. Finally, he began traveling in search of new unbelievable facts. It wasn't long before his cartoons were appearing daily. ,. The drawings now appear in more than 385 newspapers in the Puerto Rico Governor on Air Saturday Night Governor Blanton Winship of Puerto Rico speaks on his territory's developments and problems in an address titled "A He- port from Puerto Rico'' over KGLO Saturday from 9:45 to 10 p. m. The talk comes via the CBS station WKAQ, inaugurated into the world's largest radio network on March 12. Governor Winship expects to touch upon Puerto I Rico's problems of national de- j fcnse as well as many other topics. United States and are published He employs a research secre- in 18 different languages in 72 different countries 3.000 Letters a Day Ripley's personal mail averages 3,000 letters a day. During a three weeks nationwide contest more than 2.000,000 letters poured into his office, linguist, several taries and a staff of 10 assistants They carefully investigate every fact represented before released" . One of Hipley's proudest boasts is that he has been called a liar more times than anyone else in the world--and each time has proved himself correct. His travels and achievements have won him membership in the following clubs and societies: Hoyal Geographical Society of London, Royal. Societies of England, American Geographical society. National Geographic society, Circumnavigators club Lotus club, Adventurers club and the Friars. program will be on KGLO Friday Yt 8*0 p. » J returnedTfrom ed I,TjVnJ, rGU811 ^"'h ?nd Central America, during which he-visT ea Ins 200th country. Kiolev win nstnnls), rue !.·;...,,,,' .TfL i" BUILDING SHOW GOES ON KGLO Two Daily Airings From Exposition . Next Weekend Directly from the exhibits at the annual Mason City Building and Home Furnishings show next weekend will come two daily broadcasts over KGLO, presented by 21) of the firms participating in the exposition. Interviews with those in charge of the various booths in (lie Mason City high school gymnasium win be made by Hank Hook, KGLO's special events man. Two Airings Daily Highlights of the exhibits and the program will also be aired on the broadcasts, heard Wednesday Thursday and Friday afternoons at 2 o'clock and the evening broadcast schedule from the show is booked for 9 o'clock on Wednesday and at 7:30 on Thursday and Friday. Firms who are sponsoring the broadcasts and who will be heard from via the air at least twice during the three-day show are: Sponsor Broadcast Ray Pauley company. Petersen Roofing company, Mier WoH and Sons, Currie Van Ness company, Midwest Roofing company, Ideal Sand and Gravel company P. G. and E., First National bank Montgomery Ward and company Cerro Gordo Maytag company.' Kemble's, Mason City Brick and Tile company, L. D. Beckett,-',). F. Anderson Lumber company, Mason City Mill Works, Damon's Colonial Furnace company, J. H Marston, and the United Home Bank and Trust company. The Week on KGLO Programs--March 26 to April 1 STANDARD PROGRAMS * if. * Every Week Day SPECIAL PROGRAMS * * # Day by Day (Check With 'SPECIAL PROGRAMS to Complete Daily Schedules) (Check With STANDARD PRO' GRAMS "for Complete Dally Schedules) MORNING 6:00 Alarm Clock Hour 6:45 Morning News Roundup 7:00 Time and Tunes 7:15 Radio Chapel 7:30 Home Folks Frolic 7:45 Musical Clock 8:00 Richard Maxwell, CBS (Afternoon) 1:00 Rhythm Rascals, CBS 2:00 Book Pilot 2:15 Curtis Institute of Music, CBS 91-Year-Old Pastor on Air Forum Sunday Night Dr. S. Q. Helfenstein, Veteran Pastor, to Talk at 6:45 p. m. DR. S. Q. HELFENSTEIN W H NBC RED N E T W O R K HIM KILOCYCLES SATURDAY KVEXINr, S:0rt Kaltenmcyer's Kindergarten ::45 Religion in the News «:00 Avnlon Time «:30 ICcu-s li:45 This Busmen Week 7:00 Quascr Partv ~:M Fret] Waring's Orchestra I B:00 Toivn Barn Dance Frolic 10:15 News Will Talk Federal Spending on Sunday "Platform" Program V A WPA worker who aspires to operatic glory discusses federal spending with a housewife and two congressmen on Lyman Bryson's People's Platform, heard over KGLO Sunday from 6 to 6:30 ! KGLO. heard every week day P- «· j morning from 7 to 7:15 p. m.. be- Jerry Cardinals of New York 1 ginning Monday. City, is ilie WPA worker. Partici-! The variety show will paling in the discussion with him Seed Firm on Morning Air Musical The Hamilton Seed and Coal company of Cedar Rapids announces that it will sponsor the Time and Tunes program A 91 year old pastor, who insists that he's just "one of the boys" is the North Iowa Forum guest on KGLO Sunday evening. And here KGLO's department of talks believes it is setting a record for age on the forum hour that will stand a long time. Dr. Samuel Q. Helfenstein of Dayton, Ohio, uncle of Dr. Roy C. Helfenstein ot the First Congregational church in Mason City, will address the forum air audience Sunday from 6:45 to 6:55 p. in. on "Living Laboratories of Service." Educated in Iowa Seventy years ago "Uncle" Sam was a teacher in the public schools ot Jefferson county, Iowa. Later ho was professor of Hebrew *and Greek at Palmer college, LeGrand. He is a graduate of Parson's college at Fairfield nnd also studied in Chicago and New York seminaries. After a pastorate ot 10 years in New York state, he was professor at a Defiance. Ohio, college. Then he became editor of school literature for the Christian church, which position he occupied for 24 years. The senior Helfenstein also has On Saturday Forum 9:45 Charles City on the Air. i 10:30 Dance .Music Charles City Merchants 10:00 Melody Time, Mier Wolf and Sons 10:15 Parade of Bands SL'XUAY. M A R C H 26 3:0n Bible Broadcaster 9:00 Dick Leibcrt, Orpanist 9:lo Seventh Duv Adventut 10:30 The Morning Concert, Vance j iSSs chtanai ' " ' Music Music Company ..... ~ 10:4D Church in the 11:00 First Church ot Christ. Scienli( 12:00 Musical Plays J :20 Tiic Old Dreamer ·J:00 Sunday Drivers 2:45 Chats About Doc? 3:00 Father Charles CouEhlm i 4:00 Sunday Afternoon in Rosed.-ilc j 4:30 Spe!lii:s Hoc r,:00 Cosmopolitan-, 5:!.-. Vo.v Pop ! T»:45 Headlines of the Week j f5:on Jack Benrty ; T:."/) Fitcli F.;imUva«oii :00 Charlie McCarthy in the Wildwood, Marshall and Swift 11:00 Home Town News, Io\va Shoe Brokerage 11:15 Mystery Melody Game 11:30 Markets M'A5 Mid-dav Review 12:00 Political Talk .2:15 Mid-day Review 12:^0 Front Page News by Pal P a { t e r s o n. International Marx-ester Company , ^.,.,^ J2:-(5 Hank Hook on the Street, j '0:n Neivr" Pi'iichard Motor Company i I 0 : : w Dance Jiu^c 1:00 Rhythm Rascals. CBS " ' -_ T -. ,,. ~1:15 The Town Crier i M/ IX/J TP 1:30 American School of the Air | v v i7Ji A CBS 2:00 The Book Pilot 2:15 Curtis Institute CBS are Representatives Ulysses S I Guyer (Rep.) o £ Kansas and H' ] Jerry Voorhis (Dem.) o£ Califor! ma, and Mrs. Dorothy Kent ; Coughlin o[ New York City. ! 1 Cardinale started with WPA as I a ditch-digger. He lost that job when he sang tenor roles with I the Hippodrome Opera company for three nights. Now he is with federal music project, but hopes to leave soon on tour with the Empire Grand Opera company. be presented in the interest of the company's line of seeds and nursery obtain Hamilton's 1933 garden annual will also be made. Jim Woods handles the show for the Cedar Rapids firm. CORWIX DIUECTS Norman Corwin, back from his Bermuda vacation, will direct his usual half-hour of poetry on "Words Without Music" program over KGLO Sunday at J:30 p. m. the in distinction of being featured Ripley's "Believe It or Not" as the one man known who could square 9's mentally. Since then he has squared 12's mentally. Daily Walks and Dips The 91 year old man's brother, Stanley MacFrak, Cerro Gordo county's clerk of the district court, will ], c the North Iowa ·forum speaker Saturday evening- from 7:05 to 7:15 o'clock discussing "Naturalization" from his background of experience in handling the records and applications of people of the community who desired to be citizens of the United Slates. "WINGS OVER JOUDAN" C. C. Spaulding, president of National Negro Business association, Durham, N. Car., broadcasts a brief address Sunday on Columbia network's "Wings Over Jordan originating in Cleveland heard over KGLO at 8:30 a. m A choir of 35 voices selected from representative churches performs Negro spirituals and secular music Kelly (Sa) Pappy Cheshire's Hillbillies, CBS 9:15 Clear Lake on the Ail- 9:30 Organ Reveries 9:45 Charles City on the Air 10:00 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 Review (T-Th) American F a m i l y Robinson (Sa) Enoch Light's Orchestra, CBS AFTERNOON 12:00 (M-W) Mac's Truckers F) Earl Hunt's Revelers (T-Th).Mid-Day Review 12:30 Front Page News 12:45 Man on the Street 1:00 (See Special Programs) l:lo (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 3:15 (See Special Programs) 4:45 Mall Bag (Saturday at 4:30) 5:15 (M through F) Singin' Sam (Sa) Adventures in Science CBS 5:30 (M-W-F) Lone Ranger (T-Th) Junior Music Hall (Sa) All Hands on Deck CBS Kvcniug G:30 The Chieagoans. CBS 7:3U Rural Hound 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 Henry King's Orchestra, CBS EVENING 6:00 News 6:05 Sons of the Pioneers 6:15 Sports Camera 7:00 News 7:05 North Iowa Forum 7:1S Town Crier 8:00 News 8:15 to 10:00 (See Special Programs) 10:00 News 10:15 CBS D a n c e Orchestras (See Special Programs) Kampen, Girls' Trio on Lesson Preview Sunday morning's Lesson Preview on KGLO at 7:30 o'clock will be presided over by the Rev. Walter Kampen, pastor of the Central Lutheran church. The lesson is "The Cost of Our Redemption." Music on the half hour program will be several trio numbers by Wilma Walters, Jane Satter and Virginia Stoakes. TUESDAY (Afternoon) 1:00 Milton Charles Presents, CBS 2:00 Concert Hall, CBS 2:30 Story of Song, CBS 3:15 Ai Bernard's Merry Minstrels, CBS 3:45 Four Clubmen, CBS 4:00 Current Questions Before the Senate, CBS 4:15 Concert Orchestra, CBS (Evening) 6:30 Navy News (5:35 Stop and Listen 7:30 Emil and His Commanders 8:15 Music for Men 8:30 Benny Goodman, CBS 9:00 Bam Dance Frolic 10:15 Jimmy Joy's Orchestra 10:30 Wayne King's Orchestra CBS 11:00 Sammy Kaye's Orchestra, CBS 11:30 Dick Stabile's Orchestra, CBS WEDNESDAY (Afternoon) 1:00 Sweet Alice, CBS 2:00 Mason City Building Show .2:30 Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, CBS 3:15 Time Out for Dancing, CBS 3:30 Drake University Glee Club CBS 3:45 U. S. Navy Band, CBS 4:15 So You Want to Be, CBS ' 4:30 March of Games, CBS (Evening) 6:30 Melodeers Quartet 6:45 Aloha Land 7:30 Music for Men 7:45 News . . 8:00 Texaco Star Theater, CBS 9:00 Mason City Building Show 9:30 New York Civic Symphony 3:45 On With the Dance 10:30 Wayne King's Orchestra, CBS 11:00 Glen Gray's Orchestra CBS 11:30 Henry King's Orchestra, CBS · ' FROM THE ORGAN LOFT Julius Maltfeld broadcasts a Sunday recital "From the Organ Loft." Selections include Choral Prelude: Jesu Leiden, Pein und Tod (Vogler, 1690-1765); Cantabile (Frantic); Fantasia in C major (Bach), and Finale from Sixth i Organ Sonata (Mendelssohn). The | program is on KGLO from 8 to 0 I THURSDAY ' ' .' (Afternoon) 1:00 Melody Weavers, CBS 2:00 Mason City Building Shov 2:30 Sonata.Recital, CBS Cantor Opens Road Show .-~ " : 5° NBC nt.fr. NETWORK '·00 KILOCYCLES I Of Music. 1 SATURDAY EVE.VtXG ;:OD Oroorlnr.ities [or Men i:30 L.*,mp Ugntjnt; Time .·:4: Yvoatlier--News 3:00 Today's Devotion, the Rev. j c-on Rend' 0 Cummin ' · Clarence E. Flynn i ~.-M Ruby 3:15 Not So Long Ago, CBS ' ;·£ coS^s^s- !!sgF^f lr . fra. CBS *vous With Rrcorrtf . Newman's Orchcilra :SC1 Saturday Circus Bam 4:15 Let's Pretend. CBS 4:45 The Mail Bag Hour 5:15 Singin' Sam. Coca Cola If your Radio is balky os a mule coll 355 or bring it H E R B and GEO. Radio Service 9 SECOND STREET S. \V. Sl'XDAY, MARCH ZK j 7:00 Peerless Trio ! 3:00 Hcbrnadcast O r Mussolini's Adt 1 9:00 Nc\vs 10:00 Dick Hording. Organist 10:30 Southcrnnires 11:00 Church Program IZ'-'S £c or Cc s 'f Vcnka'j Orchestra I 12:-!.-. History Sneaks j 1:00 Magic Key 2:00 Frank Simon's Band 2:."X) Rural Riddles 3:00 Bishop Oxnam 3:30 Lvithcran Hour 4:00 Metropolitan Opera Audilio;is 4:3r ChcnauH Speaks 5:00 My Hieky Break 6:00 Evening News 6:15 Euccnc Conley, Tenor 6:3T Radio Guild '·:0n Cavalcade of Baseball 3:00 Hollywood Playhou'e S:CO Walter Winchc'll 8:45 Irene Rich 9:fio Dr. .lames Slocum 0:.i New? 10:00 Old Kashiot-.ed Revival lt:«0 Glen StrlJcr's Oreliestra 11:30 Bob Crosby-» Orchestra local pastor, was also a minister, I having served as president of the college at LeGrande in its heyday, and having been in the ministry 62 years at the time of his death two years ago. The method which "Uncle" uses for keeping young is to take a two-mile walk every day, preferably before breakfast. During the summer months lie follows up the trek with a dip in the ocean. SPAlDiNGWITH CONCERT GROUP Eminent Artists to Join in Symphony Presentation , New "Dance Hour" Hits Airlanes Sunday Evening Bands of Red Norvo, Albert Gaspar Eddie Cantor, comedian heard over KGLO Mondays at 930 S n Mr - Van Two eminent artists, Spalding, violinist, and ^«^», I Cassado, cellist, are teamed as so- 1 loists in the Brahms Double Concerto with the New York Phil- , harmonic - Symphonic Orchestra Sunday, March 26, over Columbia network. John Barbirolli conducts Deems Taylor is intermission commentator. (WABC-CBS, 3:00 to 5:00 p. rn., EST.) The program which also includes Schubert's lesser-known Fourth, or "Tragic," Symphony, follows in full: Sl c Ci" r ?. lD " E K""»it" Beethoven Double Concerto In A minor for Violin and Cello Brahnu Albert Spalding and Caspar Cassado Symphony No. 4, in C minor ("Traffic") Overture to "The"l-iyinj"i)utchrnai)" r Brahms' masterful work fo/fwo solo instruments with orchestra recalls the concerto grosso f o r m | . Artie Shaw ot the late seventeenth and early i number of hot [eighteenth centuries. This was j scored for a concertino, or jmsl! band of solo instruments, with or- Ichestral accompaniment. Eddie Le Baron Join Barry Wood, Nan Wynn the House, CBS ·S:15 Let's Pretend, CBS (Evening) 6:30 Stop and Listen 7:30 Mason City Building Show 8:15 Music for Men 8:30 Tropical Moods 8:45 Master Singers 9:00 Concert Orchestra 9:30 American Legion Hour 9:45 American Viewpoints 10:15 Henry Busse's Orchestra CBS ' Sixty minutes set aside America's dancing feet! for iO:30 Wayne i CBS i 11:00 Sammy CBS King's Orchestra, Kaye's Orchestra, Barry Wood and his Music; Red Norvo's Orchestra; Eddie Le Baron's Tango band: songstress Nan Wynn and Alec Wilder's Octet are scheduled when n nation rolls up its parlor rugs for Columbia's first "Dance Hour," Sundav. heard over KGLO from 7 to 8 p. m. Fallen arches from Maine to Texas are expected to pick up when Balph Edwards, master of ceremonies introduces Barry Wood for a first downbeat. Barry's Background Barry is better known Cor bari- torung than fronting an orchestra, but his background includes years i of U:30 Leighton Noble's Orchestra, CBS FRIDAY (Afternoon) 1:00 Stanley Hickman Serenades CBS 2:00 Mason City Building Shov of saxophoning with Vincent" Lo- ! pez. Abe Lyman and Buddy Rog- frs. His newly formed combina-, ,, , - ,, i uon is currently heard on Bmns-' · ° Mus| c for Men wick records. I 8 :30 Music by Cuga CBS 4:00 Ruth Carliart. Songs, CBS 4:1; Men Behind the Stars. CBS 4:30 Christian Science Program (Evening) 6:30 Wonder Show With Jack Haley. CBS 7:30 Mason City Building Show i:45 Revelers Quartet Frost Bites-But Goes On Pending settlement of a difference of opinion as to whom should pay for snow which the Bounding Broomstick swept off M o u n t Everest enroute--and who's to pay Bob Benchlcy's expense for frost-bitten feet, the Broomstick will journey to another land during the Melody and Madness program over KGLO Sunday, from 9 to 9:30 p. m. Red Norvo holds lop rankin" 1 ? :45 Old Refrains among "Le Jazz Hot'' school. Solid ' gat . swing, with Norvo leading on vibraphone, will be on tap for his portion of the dance parade. Tango ana Rhumha Eddie Le Baron holds down tl-.e tango and rhumba spot. Longtime society favorite, Le Baron is a specialist of below-equatovish tempos. Realizing that "sitting-it-out" is a popular pastime at all dances, I\an Wynn and Alee Wilder's Octal plan to offer between-set di- V 5 r ?. ion -. Nan ' s voice carries appeal of the blues to a new high. The 9:00 Nine O'clock Tempos 9:30 Columbia Concert Orchestra, CBS 10:15 Leighton Noble's Orchestra, CBS 10:30 Wayne King's CBS 11:00 H a r r y James- CBS 11:30 Count CBS Orchestra, Orchestra, Basic's Orchestra, SATUKDAY (Afternoon) J:00 Men Against Death. CBS I:4. Fran Hines Sings. CBS 2:00 College Choir Festival. CBS 2:30 Pasadena Boys' Choir' ^:00 Texas Kangery. CBS .'1:30 Dancepators. CBS 1:00 What Price America (EvcniriK) (See Schedule at left of Pa z c)

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