The Chat from Brooklyn, New York on February 2, 1929 · 18
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r - v rHE CHAT, SATURDAY, FEBRUARf 2, 1929 What local Broadcaster s are doing for the cioming .week 1 ' IS HOB? THE CHAT'S : RADIO PROGRAM ' OUTSTANDEVG RADIO EVENTS TODAT U-00 A. M. Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra WOR. 1 30 P. M. National Republican Club WJZ. 9 00 P. M. Kldcewood Grove Boxing Bouts WMCA. SUNDAY 3 00 P. M. Brooklyn Federation of Churches WLTH. 3:15 P. M. Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra WOR. 3:80 P. Mv Chinatown Rtiem Society Society WMCA. 4:00 P. M. Dr. S. Partes Cadm&n WKAP. MONDAY 7:01 P. M Arlatlon Show WOE. ":00 P. M Chamber ot Commerce WLTH. TLESDAY 6:15 P. M; Brooklyn Real Estata Board WBBC. 6:45 P. M. Brooklyn Safety Council WBBO. THURSDAY t:l5 P. M Board of Estimate WNYO. FRIDAY 10:00 P. M-United Choral Singers WOB. RADIO NEWS These programs are correct up to the time of going to press, although changes may be made before the date on which, they are broadcast. . , Wave length In meters on left of station title; kilocycles on the right. SATURDAY ' FEBRUARY 2 454 WEAF flflO 6:45 A. M. Health Tx- prrisea. 8:00 Musical Menag erie. 8:15 Morning Eevo- tlons. 8 :80i-Cheerlo. R:S() Parnassus Trio. o-oo NBO Studio Pro- eram- 9:15 Harry Merker's Orchestra. 9:30 U. S. Army Band 10:30 La Salle String Quartette. !1:00 Parnassus Trio. 11 :1 5 Radio Household Institute. 13:00 Noon Parnassus Trio. !3:30 P. M. Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra. 1:45 Foreign Policy Association. 3:30 rThe Marionettes. 4:80 Clocer Club Trio. 5:00 Hotel St. Eegis Orchestra. 5:30 Jolly BUI and Jane. 6:00 Waldorf-Astoria iSnner Music- 6:30 White House Dinner Muslo. 7:00. Phil Bpltalny's Muslo. 7:30 Romance, Isle. 8. -00 National Orcb.es- ' tra. 8:00 Lew White Organ Recital. , 9:30 Mildred Hunt with. Marimba Or chestra. 10.00 Lucky Strike Dance Orchestra. 11:00 The Ponce Bis ters. 11:16 Park Central Hotel orchestra. S94.5 WJZ 760 8:45 A. M. NEC StndIO Program, 8:00 Old Mas Sun- Rhine. 9:30 Threa Little Maids. .0:00 The Blue Birds. 11:00 Marimba Orchestra. 2:00 Noon NBO Studio Program. 2:30 P. M. The Lun-v i. eheon Five. I:00-Hotel Manger Orchestra. 1 :30 National Republican Club Discussion. 8:30 RCA Demonstration Hour. 4:30 Band of a Thou- ' sand Melodies. 6:30 Three Cheers. 6:00 Yoeng'g Orchestra. 7:00 St. Regie Hotel urcnestra. 7:45 "A Week of the worm's Business." 8:00 Godfrey Ludlow. concert violinist. 8:30 Sam Herman, Xlyophonlst. 8:45 Echoes of the orient. 9:00 Works of Great composers. 10:00 "The Hunch 11 .-00 Slumber Muslo. 526 WNYC S76 8:00 P. M. Western union nme. 5:03 Piano Recital. 8:15 Popular Ballad, 5:30 Irish Songs, 8 :45 Cornetlst. 6:15 Lawrence Met' calfe, "Pipes of Pan.' 6:45 Tavern Songs. 7:00 Rudolph Josko- witz, violinist. T:31 Clvlo Announce ments. 7:35 WNYO Air Col lege. ' 297 WIIN 1016 :00-9:SO A. M. Morn- , lng Hour. 1:45 P. M. Llttmann'a jjuncneon Music. 8:00-4:00 Uncle Robert ana nis Pais. 526 WMCA 876 10:30 A. M. Oeorgla O ueorge, .talk. 11:55 WMCA Radio Be view. (2:00 Noon Mid-day Message. 1:00 P. M. Foa OoU' cert. 2:30 Paul Blnstock and his Entertainers. 8:00 I. J. Fot Concert 3 :30 Lucille Buhl, talit 3:45 Nickels Trio, string Ensemble. 4:00 Piano Duirts. 4:15 Health Story. 4:45 Van Ess Orches tra. 8:30 Chock Full o' Nuts Entertainers. 9 :00 Rldgewocd Grove Boxing Bouts, il :00 M c A 1 p 1 neers Dance Orchestra. 422 WOB 16 8:00 A. M. Weather Report. 9:00 Jean Lambert Dale. 9:60 Story Lady. 10 :00 J unior Musical. 10:15 Roy Smeck, uke- lele lessons. 0:30 Paramount Tail 11:00 Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. 12:16 P. M. Current Art. 12:30 Fulton Royal Or chestra. 2:30 United String En semble. 3:00 Bamberger Tea Time Muslo. 8:30 Halsey Miller and his Orchestra. 4:00 Tin Pan Alloy. 4:30 Arlon - Male Chorus. 4:60 Lombard y Or chestra. 5:15 WOB. Studio Tea. 6:20 Alfred H. Wer thelmer. violinist 6 :30 Metropolitan En- eemnie. 7:01 Commodore Grill Orchestra. 8:15 National Security League. 8 :30 Recital Hour. 9:00 "Just Among Ourselves." 9:30 Palais Royal Or- ChStStXEsV. 10:00-rMld-evenlnt organ Recital. 10:30 Astor Hotel Orchestra. 115 Canton Palace Orchestra. 11:30 Paramount Hotel , Orchestra. 214 WBBC 1,400 , 10:00 A. M. Snr.gs. 10:15 Concert Pianist. 10:30 Brooklyn Camp Fire Girls. 7:80 P. M. Classic Trio. 8:16 Pauline 8. Cesly, soprano, and Edward Huether, composer. 8:30 John A. Craft, tenor. 8:45 Carl , W. Scott, baritone.' 114 WLTH 1,400 11 m A. M. Happy Tunes Club. 1:00 P. M, Schaefer's Musical Knights. 1 :30 Weather Report. 6:15 Happy Ramblers. 7:00 Will Morrlssey's Gang. 7 30 Weather Report. SUNDAY ' ' FEBRUARY S 454 WEAF 660 12:80 P. M. Sylvostre Hour, 1:30 Peerless Reproducers. 2:00 Biblical Drama. 8:00 Dr. Stephen S. Wise. 4:00 1 Dr. 3. Parkes C adman. 5:80 Twilight Voices. 6:00 Stetson Parade. 6:30 Dictaphone Program. 7:00 Old Company's Program. 7:30 Capitol Theatre. 9:00 "Our Government." 9:15 Atwater Kent Radio Hour. 10:15 National Llijht Opera "Fatlnltza. " 894.5 WJZ 760 9:00 A. M. NBO Children's Hour. 12:30 P.M. StrlDg Quar tette. 1:00 National Artists Hour. 2:00 Roxy Symphony Concert. 8:00 Young People's Conference. 5:00 Cook's Travelogue. 5:30 Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdlck 6:30 Whlttall Anglo-Persians. 7:00 Fragments ol Fancy. 8:00 Enna, Jettlck Melodies. 8:15 Collier's Radio Hour. 9:15 TTHca Jubilee Singers. 9 '4 8 El Tango Roman- tlco. 10:15 The Morley Sing ers. 10:45 Lew White Organ HecitaL ,. 297 WHN 1016 10:30 P. M. Roseland Dance Orchestra. 11:00 Violin and Piano Recital. 11:30 .io Theatre trr- gan Recitai. 11:45-12 KM Mid. Hen rietta Kameran, organist, 526 WMCA 570 10:00 A. M. Solow Solo ists. 11 :00 Christian Science Services. - 12:15 P. M. Solow Solo- lsts. 1 :00 Flnkenberg Entertainers. 2 :00 Diamond Enter tainers. 8:00 Fox Fur Trappers. 8:30 Chinatown Rescue Society. 6 :00 Roemer's Homers 7:00 Mo Alp 1 neers . uance Orchestra. 8:00 Gilvan Dance Or. cnestra. 9:00 Malka Water fcn- tertalners. 10:30 Groveland Dance- land. 11:00 Parody Club Orchestra. 11:30 Frivolity Club Or-chestra. 422 WOR 710 2:00 P. M. Lawyers Air Magazine. 2:30 Selberfl Cauca slang, 8:15 Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra 6 :00 Sunday Forum Theatre Symposium 6:00 Great Cithedrals 7:00 Rudy Vallee's Or chestra. 7:30 Levitow'i Concert orchestra. 8:30 Choir Invisible. 10:30 W03 , Suing , t 214 WBBC 1,400 9:00 A. M. Stop, Look ana Live ciiiti. 10:00 Boro Rac'lo En gineers. . ' 6:00 P. M. Silver Moon Btrummers. 6:30 Parador Orchestra. . . . 9:00 Variety Trio. ' 9:15 Mausaleum Hour 8:45 Variety Trlo.i-- 230 WBBR 1300 8 JO A. M. Studio Orchestra. 9:00 Radio Dialogue. 9:25 Concert Trio. 9:35 Mary Lynn Rollins, mezzo soprano, 9:50 Concert Trio. . 10:00 Musical Program. 10:10 Dialogue on , the "Hell" Question. - 10:50 Musical Program.! o:uo p. M. studio orchestra. 6:00 Radio Dialogue, 6:30 Choral Singers. : 6:40 Charles Kobnar, violinist. 6:55 Choral Singers. 7 JO Bible Questions and Answers. ; 8:00 Fred Franz, tenor. .. ' i 8:15 Ronald v Barclay, pianist.' 8 JO Bible Lecture. 214 WLTH 1.400 1:30 P, M.-Hotel Spof-ford. 1:45 'Sunday After-nooners of Bay Ridge 2:00 Hatfield and Bell Program. 2:30 Lake, and 'Lake, Entertainment. 2:45 Superior Enter tainers. 8:00 Brooklyn Fed era tlon of Chinches.-4:00 Sylvia Solow. VlO llnlst; Jennto Macs-, iuso. accompanist. 10:30 Moulin .. Range Orchestra. 11:00 Will Morrlssey's oang. MONDAY- , FEBRUARY 4 454 WEAF 6G0 6:45 A. M. Health EX- crcisGS. 8:00 Musler.l Menagerie. 8:15 Morning Devotions. 8:30 Cheerio. - ' 8:50 Parnassus Trio. 9:00-"-U. S. N'.vy Band. 10:00 Harry Merker's urcnestra. 10:45 Parnassus Trio. 11:15 Radio Household Institute. 12:00 Noon Parnassus Trio. 12:30 P. M. Market and Weather Reports. 12:45 Palais d'Or . Or chestra. 2:00 Government Club Meeting. 4 SO Gotham Trio. 6:00 Bob Fallon's Or chestra. 5:30 Jolly BIU and Jane. 6:00 Waldorf -Astoria Dinner Music. 7:00 Hotel Manger Orchestra. 7:30 "The, World Today." 7:45 The Piano Twins. 8:00 The VolM of Firestone. 9-30 General Motors Family Partv 10:30 Empire Builders. 11:00 National Grand opera "Algalala." S94.5 WJZ 760 8:45 A.. M. Harry Merker's Orchestra. 9:00 Virginia Arnold, pianist. -9:15 Three Little Maids. 10:00 Dr. Royal S. Cooeland Hour. 10:30 Blue Birds. 11:30 The Recltallsts. 12:30 P. M. The Lun cheon Five. 1 :00 Hotel I St. P.egls Orchestra. . 2:00 Weathsr Reports 2:05 "Your Dally Menu." 2:20 Good Housekeeping. 2:30 Gift Making uuree. 2:40 Band of a Thousand Melodies. 8:45 Cross Sections of New York. 4:00 U. S. Marine Band. 5:30 Stock Market Reports. 5:45 The Piano Twins. 6:00 Palais d'Or Orchestra. 7:00 South Sea Islanders. 7:30 Roxy and his Gang. 8 :30 Automatic Duo Disc Duo. 9 :00 Neapolitan Night? 9:30 Cheseorough neai j-'oiks " 10:00 Blue Danube Nights. 10:30 Waldoit-Astoria orchestra. 11:00 Slumber Muslo. 526 WNYC 570 11:05 A. M-Rnclpes, 11:20 Elsie Duffleld, so prano. 11:25 "Home Econo mics." 11:40 Elsie Dufneld, so prano. 11 :45 "Famous Women Poets 5:15 P. M. Hwlth De-partment Talk. 5:45 Norma Helms. song recital. 6:00 Alfred Werthelm, violinist. 6:15 Karl Printer, Oerman songs,. 6:30--German Lessons. 7:31 Civic . Informa tion. ; 7:35 WNYO Air College. 7:55 ; WNYC. Air College. '" 8:10 Winter Journey Cycle. 8:30 Federal Business Association 8:50 Civil Service openings. 8:55 Weather Foreoast 297 WHN 1010 9:00 P. M. Roseland Dance Orchestra. 9:30 Radio Movie Club 10:30 Schuster and Tucker, eontrs. 11:00 Amoy Restaurant orchestra. 11:30 Jimmy Carr's Or chestra. 11:45 Parodv Orchestra. ia:oo Mid. cotton Club orchestra. 12:15 A. M. Duke El llngton's Orchestra. 5?6 WMCA 570 0:30 A. M. Retail Grocerr Program. 10:30 Georgia O. oeorge, talk. 12:00 Noon Mid-Pay message. 1:00 P. M. Foi Oon cert Ensemble. 2:00 Colettl and King 2:80 Dental Talk. 3:00 I, J. Fox Ensem ble: 3:30 Lucille Buhl, talk 3:45 Tid-Elta, read ings.i ' 4:45 Van Ess Orches tras .. , . , . 9 :00 Union' Label Council Address. 9:30 Segnam Tilers. 10:00 Rainbow Inn Or chestra. 10:80 Little Clvb Enter. talnment. 11 :00 M o A 1 p I neers L Dance orchestra. 422 WOR 710 8:00 A. M. Weather . Report, 9:00 Jean Lambert Dale. 9:40 Morning MuRlcale 9 :45 Aunt Sammy on the Air. 10:00 Alfred W. Mc Cann. 11 :00 "Beauty Advisor." 11:30 "Pointers to Chic." 11:48 Dally Menu. 2:30 P. M. Hotel Astor Orchestra. 2:40 Julia Timer, 10' prano. 2 :56 "Personality . and . the Modes." 8 :0O Afternoon Salrn 3:30 Rosehnd Tea Dance. 4:00 "Two of the R's. 4:15 The Two Vaga bonds. , , 4:30 YJJ.C.A. Hour. B:00 Lombardy Or chestra. , 5:40 Sid Reinhere, pi anlst. 6:00 Dixie Singers. 6:15 "Footlights." 6:30 Uncle Don.'- 7:01 Aviation Show Program, s 8 :00 The Music Room 8:30 CflCo Couriers. 8:00 Physical . Culture Magazine. 9 :30 Vltaphone Jubt lee.. 10:00 Hank Simmons Show Boat. 11:00 Weather Report. 11:05 Emll Velasco. Or gan Recital. 11:30 Canton Palace Orchestra. 214 WBBC 1,400 4:00 P. M. May L. Etti, piano recital 4:15 Kitty Creed, soprano. 4:30 Walter Hart, xyl- ophonlst. 4:45 Songs. 6:15 Rainbow Colleg ians. 10:30 Parador Orches tra. ll-;00 Six Ban toilers. 11:80 Cats Mer.w. 12:00 Mid. Joe Perry and Guest Artists. 230 WBBR 1300 10:00 A. M. J. D. Ed wards, cornetlst. 10:15 Talk on Home Economics. 10:30 Concert Trio. 10:45 Mary Lynn Rol lins, mezzo soprano. 11:00 Studio Orchestra. 1:30 Bible Lecture. 2:00 P. m:. Weather Forecast. . 1 ( 2:05 Studio' Orchestra 8:00 Bible Lecture. 8 :30 Anita (jombardl, niimfst f 3:45 Talk on Ajare and Training of Children. 214 WLTH 1,400 1:30'' P.( mf -- Julius Schaler." violin. 2 :30 Commercial Ser enades. 3:00 Anna Pelnblatt, contralto. 3:15 H. Collier Grounds, concert pianist. 3 :30 Jack Peterson and his guitar. 8:46 Brooklyn Federa tion ot Churches. 9:00 Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce Ser. les. 9:30 18th tj. 8. Infan try Band, i TUESDAY FEBRUARY 5 454 WEAF 660 6:45 A. M. Health. Ex ercises. 8:00 Musical Menag erie. 8:15 Morning Devo tions. 8:30 Cheerio. B:R0 Parnassus Trio. 9:00 NBO Btudlo Pro gram. 9:15 Harry Merker's Orchestra. 10:00 La Salle String Quartette. 11:00 Parnassus Trio. 11:15 Radio, Household Institute. 11:45 "Fish Dinners.' by Margaret Hutton. 12:00 Noon FarnasBUS Trio. 12:30 P. M. Murket and Weather ReDorts. 12:45 Pennsylvania Luncheon Music. 2:15 Oroheus Trio. 3:15 "Fairy Confer ence." 3:30 Mellow Melodlei. 4:00 Gotham Trio. 4:30: Auction Bridge Game. 5:00 Sky Sketches 5:30 Jolly Bill ana Jane. 6:00 Waldorf-Astoria Dinner Musts. 7:00 Voter's Service. 7:30 Soconyland Sketches. 8:0Os-Genla Fanerlova soOfano. . 8:30 Prophylactic Pro-: gram. 9:00 Eveready, Hour. 10:00 Clicquot Club Es kimos. 10:30 The Contraltones. 11:00 Hotel Rooseven Orchestra, y S94.5 WJZ 760 8:45 A. M.-Harry Mer . ker's Orchestra.' - - 9:00 Virginia Arnold Dtanlst. 9:15 Three Little Maids. 10:00 Dr. Royal 8 Cooeland Hour. 10:30 The Blue Birds. 11:00 Radio School of Cookery. 11:30 The Reeltaltstr 12:30 P. M. The Lun cheon Five. 1 :00 Park Central Luncheon Music. 2:00 Weather Reports 2:05 'Your ... Dally Menu." 2:20 "Gardens" 2:45 Band of a Thou sand Melodies. 4:00 U. S. Marine Band. 5:00 Stock Market Reports. 5:15 NBC Studio Pro gram. 5:30 Aeolian Recital 6:00 Old i Man Sun shine. 6:30 Savannah Liner1 Orchestra. 7:00 Smalle and Rob ertson. 7 JO Fundamentals of the Law. 8:00 strombwf-Oarl- oa aextett. 8:30 Michelln Men 9:00 Three - In One Theatre. 9:30 DUtch Masters Minstrels. 10:00 The Sixteen Slnaers. 10:30 Freed - Elsemann Orchestradians. 11:00 Slumber Mu;!c, 526 WNYC 570 5:00 P. M. Western Union Time 5:02 Market High Spots. 5:lt5 Municipal Liens. 6:00 Deen Dingwall Ensemble. 6:30 Italian Lessons. 7:31 Civic lnforma tlon. 7:35 WNTC Air College. 7:55 WNYC Air Col lege. 8:15 Salvatore Cusen- za, mandolinlst. 8:25 WNYC Air Col lege. 8:45 "Russia." 8:55 Weather Forecast 9i ivnv mm 11:00 P. M. Pepper Pot orchestra. 11:30 Metropolitan Or gan Recital. 11:45 Catherine Kade: ly, organist. 12:00-1:00 A. M. F.N.T. Presentation. 526 WMCA 570 10:30 A. M. Georgia O. George, talr. 11:55 Radio Review. 12.00 Noon Mid-day Message. 1:00 P. M. Fox Enter tainers. 2:30 WMCA Orchfstra 3:00 Fox Ensemble. 3:80 Lucille Buhl, talk. 8:45 Ukelele sndsones. 4:30 Studio Program 4:45 Van Ess Orchestra. 9:15 Witty Eutertaln-ers. 9:30 Vim's Jewish Hour. 10:30 Mayflower Or chestra, 11:00 McAl pi neers Dance orchestra. 422 WOR 710 8:00 A. M. Weather Report. 9:00 Jean Lambert Dale. 9:40 Morning Musicale. 9 :45 Aunt Sammy on the Air. 10:00 Alfred W. Mc- Cann. 11:00 "Common Sense for Mothers. 11:48 Dally Menu. 12:05 P. M. Paramount Taxi Men. 12:30 Palais Joy Or chestra. 2:30 Song Festival. 8 :00 Norma B'ngham's Home Talk. 8:15 Musical Musings. 8:45 Bess L Schwl ti llable, reader. 4:00 Bamberger Tea Time Music. 4:30 The -Studjo. Presents. ' 1 ' ' 1 6:30 "Your Child." 6:00 Adam, Miller, bass. o:io convocation service N. Y. U. 6:45 Fulton Royal Or chestra. 7:01 "The Wizard -of the Strings." .. 7:15 "The Psychologist Says." 7:30 "Whispering Flames." 8:00 Main Street. 9 :00 "The Paramount Taxi Men. 9 :30 "Seascapes." 10:00 Shades of Don Juan. - 11:00 Weather Report. 11:05 Helgh-Ho Or chestra. 11:30 Paramount Hotel Orchestra. 214 WBBC 1.400 10:00 A. M. Frances Boyle, songs. 10:15 Piano Recital. 10:45 Bob Fram, songs. 11:00 "Czar of Jazz." 11:15 Radio Maniacs. 6:15 P. M. Brooklyn Real Estate Board. 6:45 Brooklyn Bofety Council. 7:00 Happy Ramblers, duet. 7:16 Saw Soloist. 230 WBBR 1300 12 :00 Noon Orchestra. Radio Dialogue. 1:00 P. M. Weather Forecast. 1:05 Talk on Health. 1:25 Musical Selec tions. 1:35 Rossvllle Trio. l:eo Bible Talk. 6:00 Studio Orchestra. 6:45 Children's, Hour. 7:80 Concert Trio. 7:45 Dental Series. 214 WLTH 1,400 11:30 A. M. Charles Laurla. pianist. 11 :45 "Recipes." 1:00 P.M. David Fluke, baritone. 1:15 Lillian Brandon, soprano. 7:80 International Program. 8:00 Landy's Jewish Hour. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 8 454 WEAF 660 6:45 A. M. Health Ex- 8:00 Musical Menagerie. 8:15 Morning Devo tions. ' 8 JO Cheerio. 8:50 Parnassus Trio. 9:00 NBO Studio Pro gram. 9:15 Harry Merker's Orchestra. ' 10:00 Natloral Home Hour. 11:00 Parnassv Trio. 11:15 Radio Household Institute. 12:00 Noon Parnassus Tr o. 12:30 P. M. Market and Weather Reports. 12:45 Palala d'Or OT chestra. 2:15 Orpheus Trio. 3:15 "Recreation aa i Wav of Life' 4:00 Moment Musicale. 6:00 The Marionettes. 5:30 Jolly Bill and Jane. 6:00 Waldorf-Astoria Dinner Music. 7:00 Synagogue Services. 7:30 La Touralne Con cert. 8:00 Pan Americana 8:30 The Intimate Mu sical. 9:00 Ipana Trouba dours. 9 :80 Palmollve Hour. 10:30 Phil Bpitalny'i Muslo. 11:00 Hotel Manger 394.5 WJZ 760 8:45 A. M. NBO Studio Program. 9:00 Virginia Arnold, pianist. 9:15 Three Mttle Maids. 10.00 Dr. Royal t Copeland Hour. 10:30 The Bluo Birds. ' 11:00 Radio School of Cookery. 11:30 The Recltallsta. 12:30 P. M. Tne Lun- cheon Five. 1:00 Yoeng'g Orches tra. 2 :00 Weather Rerorts 9:05 "Boned Chicken" 2:20 i- "Your Dally Menu." . 2:35 "You and Tour Home." . 2:45-i-Bnd of a Thousand Melodies. 3 :45 "Plays and Play-writing.' 4:00 U. S. Army Band 5:00 "This World We Live In." 5:30 Stock Market Re ports. 5:45 Rita Browne, contralto. -6:00 Park Central Hotel Orchestra. 7:00 Jeddo Highland - 7:30-l-Ta!k by John B, Kennedy. 7:35 Mme. Lclita Cab rera Galnsborg, pianist. ' 7:45 "The Political Situation in Washington Tonight." 8 :00 Moblloil Orches tra. 8 JO Sylvanla Forest ers. 9:00 Smith Brothers. 9:30 The Cabin Door. 10:00 The Continentals 11:00 Slumber Music. 526 WNYC 670 5:15 P. M. Polish Songs. 6:30 Readings. 5:45 Children's Songs. 6:00 Vernon Kiddies. 8:30 SDinlsh Lessens. 7:31 Civic Informa tion. 7:35 WNYC Air College. 7:55 WNYO Air College. 8:15 Russian Songs. 8:30 The Ariclph Lewl- sohn Course in Appreciation of Music. 9:40 Weather Forecast. 422 WOR 710 8:00 A. M. Weather Report. 9:00 Jean Lambert Dale. 9:40 Musical Interlude. 9:45 Aunt Sammy on the Air. 10:00 Alfred W. Mc- Cann. 11:00 Good as Gold. 11:30 Musical Inter lude. 11:48 Dally Menu. 12:30 P. M. Hotel Astor Orchestra. 2:30 Matinee Musicale. 3:00 Songs of Long Ago. 3:30 "On the Steppes." 3:60 Outdoors with the Scientist. 4:00 Lombardy Orchestra. 4:30. Roseland Orchestra. 5:00 Musical Musings. 6:00 Laura Consaul, 1 contralto. 6:16 Josef G. Gciger, dramatic readings. 6:30 !Ch!ldren ftn Other Land?." ' 1 6:45 Port Authority New York. 7:01 Levltow's Commodore Orchestra. 7:30 Reld's Features. 8:00 Musical Episode. 8:30 The Merrymaxers. 9 :00 Daguerreotypes. 9:30 La Pallr-a. 10:00 Kolster Radio Hour. 10:30 Night Club Ro mance. 11:00 Weather Report. 11:05 Palais Royal Or chestra. 11:30 Canton Palace Orchestra. 297 WHN 1010 10:00 A. M. Loews' State Organ Recital. 10:80 Charles Williams, organist. 12:25-12:30 P. M. News Flashes. 826 WMCA 570 10:25 A. M. Kuvlash Talk. 10:30 Oeorgla O. George, talk. 11:65 WMCA Radio Re view. 13:00 Noon Mid-Dey Message. 1:00 P. M. Fox Orchfstra. 1 :30 WMCA Ensemble 2:00 Paul Blnstock and his Entertainers. 3:00 Fox Concert. 8:30 Lucille Buhl. talk. 3:45 Frances Gaorlel, songs. 4:45 Van Ess Orchestra. 9:45 Oswald Garrison Villard. talk. 10:00 McMahon InstL tute. talk. 11:00 Me Alp 1 neers Dance orchestra. 214 WBBC 1,400 1:30 P. M. "Czar Jazz." of 2 :00 Florence Slegler, soprano. 2:15 Accident Prevention. 2:30 Louise Hclter, so-prano. j :45 Charles 1 Coleman, pianist. 8:00 David Fluke, ballads. 8:15 Lessons In Esperanto. 3:80 Lyrio Soprano. 3:45 Concert Pianist. 9 :00 Edith Gray, soprano. 9:16 Eugene Lynch, baritone. 9:30 Harris Instrumental -Trio. 230 WBBR 1300 10:00 A. M. Studio Or chestra.- 11:00 Bible Lecture. 11:30 Concert Trio. 11:45 Items on Science and Invention. 9:00 P. M. Scandina vian Program. 10:00 Stanley Gohllng horst, baritone. 10:1& Bible Lecture 10:45 Studio Orchestra 11:15 "At Home wun Frank and Ernest." 214 WLTH 1.400 4:00 P. M. Home talk ers. 4:30 Edwin Harris Cornfield. Dluno. 4:45 Brooklyn Federa tion of Churches. in-00 Randall Choral 10:30 Crescent Ramb ler Orchestra. 11:00 Moulin Rouge Orchestra. lt Will Uorrlaeey't THURSDAY 1 FEBRUARY, 7 ' ' 454 WEAF 660 6:45 A. M. H-alth Ex- ' crclss 8:00 Musical Menagerie. , -8:16 Morning DovO- tlons. 8:30 Cheerio. 8:60 Parnassus Trio, 0:00 U. S. Marine Band. : 10:00 Harry Merker's Orchestra. 10:30 NBC Studio Pro gram. 10:45 Parnassus Trio. 11:16 Radio Household Institute.- - - 12:00 Noon- Parnassus Trio. 12:30 P. M. Market and weather Renorts 12:45 Pennsylv a nl a Luncheon Music 1:45 "Home Muslo Lessons." ., ... . 2:15 La Salle String Quartette. 4:00 Women's- League United Synagogue. 4:30 Twilight Hour. 5J0 . Jolly Bill and Jane. 6:00 Wnldorg-Astorls Dinner Music. 7:00 Mid-Week Feder. ation Hymn Sinn. 7:30 Coward . Comfort Hour. . 8 :00 Forhan's Song tsnop. 8:30 Hoover Sentinels. 9:00 Selberlirg Bint; ers. 9:30 Rapid Transit. 10:00 Halsey, Stuart Hour. 10:30 Palais d'Or Or- chestra. 11:30 Plrk Central Hotel Orchestra. ' 394.5 WJZ 760 8:45 A. M.-t-NBC Studio Program. 9:00 Virginia Arnold. pianist. 9:15 Three Little Maids. 10:00 Dr. loyal fl Copeland Hour. 10:30 The Bluo Birds 11 :00 Radio School or Cookery. 11:30 The Recltallsts, 12:30 P. M. The Luncheon Five. 1:00 Park Central Luncheon Mut-lc. 2 :00 Weather Reports 2:05 "Your Daily Menu." 2:30 Meat Council of New York. 2:40 Band of a Thousand Melodies. 4:00 U. S. Army Band. 5:00 Stock Meiket Reports. 5:15 NBC Studio Program. 5:30 Aeolian Recital. 6:00 Old Man Sunshine. 6.80 Selbert'a Furvllle 7:00 St. Regis Hotel Orchestra. i , 8:00 Lehn and Fink Serenade. 8 :30 Champtcn Spark- ers. 0:00 MlladiTs, Musicians. - 9:30 Maxwell House Hour. ,i . 10:00 Los . Scvlllanos with Dolores Cassin- elll. '. ' ... . 10:30 The 'American Singers. '''- 11:00 Slumber Music. 526 WNYC 570 5:15 P, M. Health Department Tp.lki- 6:49 Anita "C Palmer, aosgv, . 6:00 Bernard Baslow. pianist. v 6:15 "Some Lincoln Stories." .,- 6:30 JasCha ! aurnwicn Ensemble. ' 7:00 Helen . Swam Franz Songs. . 7:15 - Board 6f Estimate Meeting. 7:31 Clvlo Information. 7:35 WNYC Air College. 7:55 WNTC Air College. ' 8 :15 Spanish "tonga. 8:25 Weather Forecast. 297 WHN 1010 1:35. P. M. Llttmann's Luncheon Music. 2:00 State Theatre Overture. i 2 : 1 5 Llttmann 's Dance Music. 4:30 F.N.T. 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' 6:30 Fulton Royal Or chestra. 7:01 Rutger's Univer sity Program. 7:30 Apollo Male Quartet. 8:00 Mason's Marry makers. 8:30 WOR Stock Com pany. 9 :00 Helen Schaf mets ter, pianist, and Ru pert Slrcom organist. 9:30 Musirw over tones. 10:00 Bamberger Little Symphony 11:00 Weather Report. 11:05 Palais Joy Or chestra. - 11:80 . Helgh-Ho Or- cnestra. 214 WBBC 1,400 12:30 P. M. "Czar o Jazz." 12:45 Irving Kummer, whistler. 1:00 Mitchell Sadewltz, pianist. 1:15 Ethel V. Eggles- ton, mezzo soprano. 7:30 Parador Orches- 8:00-Jewlsh Ifour. ' ." 230 WBUB 1300 1:00 P. M. Weather Forecast. i 1:05 Fred Haendel and Studio - Orchestra. 2:00- People's Bible Study. 2:30 Concert Trio. ' 2:46 Homo , Eponomlcs Series. , . . . SWOMuslcal Recital." 8:15 Chiropractic Lec ture. 8:30 Musical Recital. 8:45 Studio Orchestra 9:30 Bible lecture.,,? 214 WLTU 1.400 9,00 A I M,. Shoppers' . Guide. ' -.' - 10:00 18th u. s.-infam- try Band. Il:00-Belle Powers, 'so prano. 11:15 Margaret, Corey piano. 7:00 Moulin Rouge Orchestra. ' FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8 454 WEAF 6G0 6:45 A. M. Health Exercises. 8:00 Musical Menagerie. 8:15 Morning Devotions. - t ' 8 JO Cheerio. 8:50 Parnassus Trio. 9:00 NBC Studio Pro gram, l 9:15 Harry Merker's Orchestra. 10:00 National Home Hour. 11 :00 Parnassus Trio. 11:15 Radio Household Institute. 12:00 Noon Teeth Health and Htppl ncss. 12:15 P. M. Parnassus una 12:30 Market and! ' Weather Reports. TRIAL UO rUUOn Oired Tel, Liberal Allowance Will be Made Toward the Purchase of a NEW ELECTRIC 1929 215 RADIOLA "c complete 52 WEEKS LESS TUBES TO PAY! Small Down Payment Easy Terms Visit Our Used Set Department Radios from M up 12:45 Palais d'Or Orchestra. . 1:46 Child Study As sociation. . 2:16 Orpheus Trio. 8:16 "The Maglo of Speech." ( 4:15 Gotham Trio. 4:30 "My Dear Acquaintance." 5:0Q Florida Citrus Growers. 5:30 jolly BUI and Jane. ' . 6:00 Wnldorf -Astoria Dinner Music. 6 JO Raybestos Twins. 7:00 Happy Wonder Bakers. ? ' 7:30 Happiness Boys. 8,:00 Cities Service Concert. - 9:00 An Evening In Paris. 9 JO Schra Jert own Brass Band. 10:00 National Broad casting and Concert Bureau. 11:00 Hotel St Regis Orchestra. . 394.5 WJZ 760 8:45 A. M. NBO Studio Program. ' 9:00 Virginia. Arnola; pianist. ,i ,' 9:15 Three Little Maids. " .- '. - ' 11:00 The Choristers with Marimba or chestra. 11 ioo ROA Educational Hour. 12:00 Noon The Seren- aders. 12:15 P. M. Yoeng's Or- chestra. 1:00 Hotel St. Regis Concert Orcoestra. 2:00 Weather Report 2:05 "Your Daily Menu. - 2:30 "Candy Shops ana lea Konms. 2:40 "Saving anc Spending." 2:50 Band of a Thou sand Melodies. 3:45 "The Lost Travel er." 4:00 U. S. Marine Band. 5:00 "The ScUool Revolution." 5:30 Stock Market Reports. .. 5:45 Ivy "Scott, so prano. 6:00 Wilson's Novelty Orchestra. 6:30 Clopin Fight, 7:00 Landt Trio. 7:15 Squlb Health Talk. 7:30 Dixies Circus. 8:00 Interwoven En tertainers. 8:30 Armstrong Quak ers. 9:00 Wrigley Review. 9:30 Phllco Hour. 10:00 Hudson -Essex Challengers. 10:30 , Phil Bpltalny's Music. 11:00 Slumber Music. 626 WNYC 570 4:45 P. M. Western Union Time, . 4:46 Metropolitan Museum of Art. 5:15 Municipal Talk. 5:30 WNYC Air College. - v 5:45 Boy scouts of America. 6 :00 Frontenao Quartet. 6 JO French Lessons. 7:30 Clvlo Information. . - 7:81 Weathei1 Forecast. 7:35 Caroline Stone, Tonal Picturo 297 WHN 1010 9:00 P. M. ''History1 ot Jazz" with Orchestra. 10:00 Roseland Dance Orchestra. . ;, - ll:00-Rlo Theatre Organ Recital. 11 :15 Henrietta Kamer-. an. organist 11:30 Cotton . Club Or-cheatta, 11:45 Cttke Elllng-ton'i CWshestra. 12:00 MUbsV Parody Orchestra. ' '.: 626 WMCA 570 1 10:30 A. M. Georgia O. 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An overture was rendered by the "Rose Melody Boys," who also played lor the dancing which followed the program.! - Elmer Kinsman, pianist and accompanist, featured from Btatlons WOR and" WHN," assisted at the piano. He gave solo numbers of "Flapperette," a composition of his own, and an exhibition- of playing1 4wo airs at tha same time, sitting-backward. ' ,; South and Toblri, radio sparks In harmony, from Station WOR, WHS and guests artists with the "Sllver-tont Orchestra," made a hit.' Their numbers were "Sunshine," "Magrjle," a medley of "Caroline" and "Carry Me Back to Old Virginia," "Side pir Side," a planologue "I Certainly Mut, Be In Love" by Miss Southe:v a musi cal skit entitled.- , "Laugh, . vipwn, Brooklyn f 1 ATWATER-KENT, MAJESTIC, KOLSTER, ; SPARTON X SALES and SERVICE STATION Easy Payments 12-hour Service ELWOOD 311 Sumner Ave., Cor. 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M-F.Uth Kar- rol, piano. 1:46 Florence ' Blrgler, - soprano. 9:00 Woman'i Hour, Louise Boslet. 2:15 Household Hint. 2 JO Commercial Ber- ' enaders. r 4:00 Grace Ott Smith, !- mezzo soprano. 8:15 Jeanette Brody, readings. '.. 8:30 Evelyn Moss, piano. . -, 8:45 Brooklyn Federa " tlon of Churches. 9:00 Binning and Sherwood, popular eongs. 9:30 r- Moulin: Rouge Orchestra. Laugh,- "Hawaiia." "I Hea Tou Calling'' and."8weet Popper." , Torre and' Bivlanno, vicllny and plano-accordlan artists from Station WEAF and WJZ, dressed In picturesque costumes. They xecolved an ovation, r Their numbers were in duet and solo and were popular ui hits; violin solo, "Sonny Boy," opera- tie hits, "Lleberstraura" and many encores. Jock HarrU, Scotch comedian, aln-ger and concertina player, from WJZ and WEAF, won bis audlonc with witticisms. His numbers Included "Roaming Round the World," "Bluo Bells of Scotland," "Annie Laurie," "Let Me Call Tou Sweetheart," "la the Good Old Burner Time," "Little Annie Rooney," "Till W Meet Again," the audience joining In the chorus; he also gave an Imitation of the "Bagpipes," an "Organ," and the "Chimes," and played, "The Lost Chord" and "Ramona," on tha concertina; he also recited a poem, composed by himself- during the World War entitled, "Don't Forget." by special request he played "Nearer My God To Thee." Lltle Miss Edna- Droete . eh owed skill as an acrobatic and toe dancer and contortionist. The Tector, Rev. Duncan M. Genni, president of the! guild, made a brief speech during intermission. Tickets were In charge of Mrs. Paul Kaufman, Mrs. Frank E. Winterbot-tom and George HanckeL hoey's vvrnn now ' ; , ON BROADWAY Adam Hoey, formally of. vaudeville. New York Hippodrome and Ned Wayburn Studios, has during his time taught many dancers who are now enjoying success on the stage today, such as Olive Brady, (Helen Morgan Club), Margie Barrett (Texas auman Club), Lucille Middleton, formally of "Rose Marie,Sand "Desert Bong:" Patterson Twins, now on the Public Theatre circuit; Gloria Lee of George Choos' "Presentation" and now rehearsing with "Hold Everything;" Bernice James, sensational ' dancer, featured oia Keith Circuit; Affle Martin, Miriam Bell, Rose Jacoby and a host of others, also Marie Floyd and Eleanora, sensational dancers witn t. K. Nadel's "Presentation," on Keith-Albea Circuit; also the greatest Juvenile dancers In Greater New York, Baby Alice, star this past summer of Cafe Beaux Arts, Atlantlo City, with Lil Esther, Theresa Green, Rene Edwards, Marilyn Gardner, Baby Chariots, Clara Harrsch; Shirley Rose, Murray Sisters and numerous others. Tel.. 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