The Gazette and Daily, York, Pa., Thursday Morning, March 2, 1950 20 On The TODAY'S RADIO HIGHLIGHTS 6:15 p.m. "You and Your Income Tax" Guest: - Boris Kostelanetz, Legal Expert and Tax Authority; Topic: "Tax Frauds" WCBS. 9:00 p. m. "Suspense" Starring Loretta Young in "Lady Killer" WCBS. 9:00 p.m. "Screen Guild Theater" Featuring Paul Douglas, Linda Darnell and Celeste Holm in "Everybody Does It" WNBC. 10:00 p. m. "Hallmark Playhouse'-Starring Katina Paxinou in "The In destructible Julia" WCBS. 10:30 p. m. "Hollywood .Theater" Featuring Michael O'Shea in , "Flash In The Pan" WCBS. 11:30 p. m. "America United" Topic: "All Your Strength" Starring Sir Cedric Hardwicke WNBC. Tvn. WNBC WOB WJZ WCBS 660 kc 710 kc 770 kc ' 880 kc MORNING PROGRAMS M Tei Antoine Gambling's Farm News with Jack and Sterling 615 Records Rambling! Philip Alampl variety show 'JO News; 6:35 Bob Horning Klernan's Horner - comedy. 15 Smith Show Chatter new and musle The Mariners - -- Archie Stayer 0 News; Smith News Melv. Elliot New Card I net orchestra 715 Record Show Gambling's Kleraan's Rornet Too Pat Trio 30 News McCarthy Musical Clock popular music, Janette Davis 45 Smith Show Sorey Orchestra news, oomment News Harry Clark 00 News; Smith News Robinson News Agronsky Morning Roundup 15 Record Show Breakfast with The Fltzgeralds r'nil Cook Show 30 II! Jinks; events Dorothy and Ed and Pegeen Margaret Arlen 45 Tex MeCrory Dick Chatter philosophy t news women's news 00 Jinx Falkenburg News Hennessey - The Breakfast Club ni ,n New ork 915 N. Brokenshlre Meet the Mcnjous Don McNeill Bln lonard 30 Words and Musle McCanns at Home - Variety Show " Guests 5 Wax and Wayne Family Show Interviews Missus Shops 00vV come Travelers Sews Gladstone My True Story B,n Crosby I f15 Tommy Bartlett Martha Deane drama: talk Arthur Godfrey "30 Marriage for Two Interviews Betty Crocker, talk Comedy With 45 Dorothy Dlx Women's News Victor II. Lindlahr Janette Davis II . The Mariners 00; We Love and Learn Mews Robinson Modern Romance Bleyer Oreh. 1 lft Dave Garroway iKudy Vallee Drama Bill Lawrence 30laeh Berch I Program 'Quick as Grand Slam 46 David Harum Kate Smith Sings a Hash Rosemary . AFTERNOON PROGRAMS 00 News McCarthy iKate Smith Speaks 'Ladies Be Seated Wendy Warren tp 15 Norman - Rod Hendrlckson 12:25 Ted Malone Aunt Jenny A '30 Brokenshlre iNews Gladstone News; Maggie Helen Trent 45 Words & Musle Luncheon And Herb Our Gal Sunday - at Sardl"s 00 Mary Margaret . . , News: Baukhage Big Sister 8erlal 115 McBrlde Bl" s,Ia,er Nancy Craig Ma Perkins Serial 30 Women's Hollywood Guest Artists Young Dr. Malone 45 Features Theatre A- Bak,' Notebook Guiding Light 00 Double or Ladles Fair Welcome to - Second Mrs. Burton 216 Nothing Tom Moore Hollywood Perry Mason 30 Today's Children Queen For Hannibal Cobb, Nors Drake Serial 46 Light of World A Day - Santos Ortego Brighter Day 00 Life Can Be B'tiful Second Bride and Groom Nona From No'ere 01 ) Koad of Life Honeymoon 3:25 W. Kiernon miltop nouse 30 Pepper Young The Answer Man Pick Date (House Party, Quiz. 45 Right to Happiness Gabriel Heatter Buddy Rogers 3:55 Ced. Adams - i 00 Backstage Wife Barbara Welles Surprise Package Garry Moore Show 415 Stella Dallas Show Jay Stewart I Variety, with 30 Lorenzo Jones Dean Cameron Happy Landing Ken Carson; 45 Widder Brown Program People and Things j Marj. Hughes 00 Girl Marries Straight Arrow The Green Hornet Galen Drake rT 15 Portia' Faces Life Drama Drama Wives' League 30 Just Plain Bill B-Bar-B , Jack Armstrong Hit and Misses 45 Front Page Farrell Riders Children's Drama Harry Marhle EVENING PROGRAMS 00 News Banghart News Lyl Van News: Spts. Haset News: Sevareid ft 1 BUI Stern Elson The Century Johnny Thompson You & Income Tax "30 Here's Morgan Newss Vandeventer Herb Sheldon " Three Star Extra spts. Stan Lomax Program LoweU Thomas ' 0 Frank Sinatra v Analvsls Headline Edition Beulab, Comedy 715 Vews-Beattr m. ack S""b ow 30 Serenade To VleStte. DanV,d ?aT2ln Dlck Httyme Show 45 America BUI Lang Counter-Spy Larry Lesueur 00, Th Aldrlch Blondle ill in Peace 81 Famliv The C,seo Comedy Series and War 30 Father Knows Best K'd Wste A A, Mr. Keen. Tracer 45 Robert Young hpi"lLiS Wltn iui' ot Lost Persons i i (f loB- WWH . . (Moreen Guild , , Original Amateur Suspense. Drama 15 Pa Douglas - Li?erick Hour; Ted Loretta Young Oao'Dum" . Tavera Sho,W Mack. M.C. Crime Photographer 11 M Garner toeD H0U RoV Montgomery Staat. Cotsworth OO.Supper Club Frank Edwards Author Meets Playhouse: III 1 Perry Corao Calling Detectives , V.nt,5." Katina PaxinoH 30 Dragnet; The Symphonette t'9 ! . H,d 45 Drama M. Piastre To The Met Theater Oo! News Banghart News: Lyle Van News News: Analysis H W 1 .VI Morton Dnwncv Snorts: Weather Ted Malone Starlight Salute 30'Amrrica United Emil Coleman Talk; Joe j Galen raje 45 Discussion Orchestra Franklin's Shop G. Williams Orch. AFL Survey To Tell How Many Workers Unorganized Here A survey of York industry to discover how many workers are not members of a union has been launched by the AFL in connection with a planned drive for new members, David J. Hopkins, president of York Central Labor Union, AFL, announced last night. The survey forms, he said, have been prepared by the district office staff of AFL in Philadelphia and when completed, will contain all types of information on union organizational possibilities in York plants. Those who will conduct the survey vill meet Tuesday at the Labor temple, Hopkins explained, to report on progress and be given additional instruction. The quota for Pennsylvania in the AFL membership drive is 100,000 workers. Catholic Priest Urges Outlawing Atomic Arms Rome, March 1 UP) A catholic priest was a participant last night at a news conference called by the "Peace Partisans." The Rev. Jean Boulier, professor of Cannon Law at Paris university, said peace efforts were especially important during Holy Year. He warned of "collective terror" which he said leads to war hysteria in the United States. The priest was a member of an international delegation that earlier today handed a peace petition to the Presidents of the Italian Senate and Chamber of Dep-utiesL , mi i i i i i i i i h m ' The petition called for world Air Thursday Mar. 2, 1950 agreement to ban use of the "Atomic and Hydrogen bomb and in general all arms which would cause mass destruction of civilian populations." As near as your phone just dial 2873 and say "Classified." before 5 p.m. and watch the big little adv. work for you. Adv. 98.5 M.C. Channel 253 For More SPORTS, NEWS and MUSIC On the Air 2:30 P.M. to 11 P.M. E.S.T. Thursday, March 2, 1950 2:30 Curtain at 2:30 3:00 White Rose Musiccade 4:30 THE STORY LADY'S BIRTHDY CLUB 5:00 News 5:10 THE SPORTS WORLD 5:15 Make Believe Banastand 6:00 UN Today 6:15 TWO FOR THE SHOW 6:30 One Great Hour 6:45 Here Comes the Dance Band 7:00 What America is Playing 7:30 Songs by Frank ie Laine 7:45 World News 7:55 Local News 8:00 Curtain Calls 8:30 Naval Academy Band (Continental Network) 9:00 REQUESTFULLY YOURS 10:40 Russ Nace Sextette (from the Rainbow Grille) 10:55 Tomorrow's Headlines (Time Signals I t t tTronsj ievolen. Hanover) - . -. Thirty-Two Apply For Five Openings On Police Force Thirty-two men have applied for five openings On the police force and will be given written examinations March 18 at William Penn Senior High school, W. Kenneth Gabriel, secretary of the Police Civil Service Board, announced yesterday. - The physical examination must be taken by all applicants by March 11, he said. Dr. Raymond Lauer is the -medical examiner. Thp hoard is comDOsed of Harrv E. Seyler, Attorney Richard Koh-ler, and Gabriel. Hungry Italian Peasants Invade Idle Farmlands ' Rome, March 1 UP) Thirty thousand land-hungry peasants invaded idle farmlands in Southern s Italy, according to dispatches from Calabria. The vast "Hunger March" began two days ago and is spreading, the reports added. Both Communist and Christian Democrat peasants leaders backed the march, the dispatches said. Some 50,000 acres . of farmlands belonging to about five large landowners were said to have been occupied. - Parking Meter Receipts-Higher For February Receipts of city parking meters were $10,112.50 for February, about 10 per cent higher than they were in the same. month a year ago, Mayor's Clerk . W. Kenneth Gabriel announced yesterday. Revenue was only slightly lower than January, which has more days, when $10,215 was collected. Gabriel said $229.95 was collected from the dozen meters in Continental Square in spite of some . bewilderment by motorists on how to use spaces there when one-way traffic started on Market stree.t. Dumping Completed Near Devers School The last load of trash filling the . dump behind Jacob L. Devers school was dropped there yesterday, Highway Director Fred A. Schiding announced. The dry garbage will be covered over with dirt in the next few days, he said. School officials probably will seed the ground for a lawn, he declared. If your friend or relative is in the Hospital send him The Gazette and Daily. Adv. "Top o The Morning" from WN'OW AM-FM 0 , Thursday, March 2, 1930 A. M. 6:00 6:01 7:00 Sign On Shorty Flncher Show Pastor Musser's Morning Meditations 1:30 Top of the Morning 8:00 News 8:05 Top of the Morning 8:45 Community News 8:50 Top of the Morning 9:00 Call to Worship 9:15 Veterans Administration 9:30 Swing Billy Hoe Down 9:55 News 10:00 Stars Sing 10:15 Sunny Side 10:30 Movie World 10:45 Tune Time 11:00 News 11:05 Movie Time 11:15 Johnny Pickard Trio 11:30 1250 Luncheon Club P. M. 12:00 1250 Luncheon Club 12:15 York Journal of the Air 12:30 1250 Luncheon Club 1:00 Nears 1:05 1250 Luncheon Club 1:30 Folk Tune Frollo 1:45 Sizing Up Sports 2:00 News 2:10 Show Tune Time 2:30 Melodies to Remember 3:00 Matinee Platter Session 3:45 For he Children 4:00 Around The Town 4:15 Designed for Dancing 4:30 Folk Tune Frolie 5:00 News 5:05 Customers Caravan 5:20 Souvenir Song 5:25 Something To Think About 6:30 Tones 5:45 Today in Sports 6:00 At the Organ WNOW-FM 105.7 M.O. 6:15 York Journal of the Air 6:30 Musle for Dining 1:00 Yon Shall Have Musis 8:00 Melody Lane 8:30 For Men Only 9Mt HNOVV Dancing "'ariy 11:00 Sign Off AROUND The TOWN MOXDAT tan FRIDAY nun ':0O P.'M.1 immh Television THURSDAY WMAR (Channel 2) 11 a.m., Test Pattern; 2:30 p.m., News and Concert Music; 3, Sports Parade, tint MeManns; 4, National Sports Parade, Bailey Goss; 5, Sports Parade, Jim McManus; 6, TV Playground; 6:30, Lucky Pup; 6:45 TV News; 6:55, Demonstration of Power Tools; 1, Strictly For Laughs; 7:15, Wings For Today, the V. 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WFIL (Channel 6) Noon, Headline Clues; 12:30 p.m., Johnny Olson's Rumpus Room; 1, Okay Mother; 1:30, Man On The-Street; 1:45, Songs By Margaret Johnson; 2, Shopper's Matinee; 4, TV Telephone Game; 4:30, Test Pattern; 5:30, Wiffil Ranch Theatre; 6:30, Film Featurette; 6:45, Features For Women; 1:15, TV News-reel; 7:25, What's The Weather; 1:30, The Lone Ranger; 8, Stop The Music; 9, The Morey Amsterdam Show; 9:30, "Q-Ball;" 10, Roller Derby; 11:15, TV Newsreel. WCAU (Channel 10) 9 a.m., Test Pattern; 10, News, Music and "Weather; 1 p.m. Cinderella Weekend; 1:30, Marian Kemp's Kitchen; 2, TV Jamboree; 3, Fashion Show; 3:15, Comedy Carnival; 4, Ilomemaker's Exchange; 4:30, Vanity Fair; 5, Ted Steele Show; 5:30, The Ghost Rider Presents; 6:30, Lucky Pup; 6:45, TV News and Weather; 1, Strictly For Laughs; 1:15, Sports Scrapbook; 7:30, CBS News; 1:45, Life With Snarky Parker; 8, What's My Line; 8:30, Inside USA; 9, F:scaie, Mystery Drama; 9:30, Ilka Chase Program; 9:45, Film Short; 10, Vame and Fortune; 10:30, Comedy Carnival; 11, News; 11:10, Western Feature Film; 12:10 a.m., Sign Off. WBAL (Channel 11) Noon, Test Pattern; 3:45 p.m., Homemaking and How To Do It; 4, Bob Berry Show; 4:30, In The Kitchen; 5, Weather Report; 5:15, Judy Splinters; 5:30, Howdy. Doody; 6, Paul's Puppets; 6:15, Kukla, Fran and Ollie; 6:45, City Desk; 1, I Believe In America; 7:30, Wendy Barrie Show; 7:45, News Caravan; 8, WBAL Presents; 8:15, Your City Government; 8:30, One Man's Family; 9, Kay Kyser's College of Musical Knowledge; 10, Martin Kane, Private Eye; 10:30, Hollywood Wrestling; 11:30, Previews. WAAM (Channel 13) 11 a.m.. Test Pattern; 12:55 p.m., News: 1, Okay Mother; 1:30, Man On The Street; 1:45, Songs By Margaret Johnson; 2, Multiscope News and Music; 2:30, Kitty Dierken Shops For You; 3, Sports Room, With Nick Campofreda and Tommy Dukehart; 4:55, News; 5, TV Sports Special; 6, Kitty Dierken Shops For You; 6:45, Film Funnies; 1, Lazy H Ranch Jamboree; 7:30, The Lone Ranger; 8, Stop The Greatest Shows In Radio Are Heard On NBC - 1350 On Your Dial A. M. Thursday on WORK 6:00 Rise and Shine 6:20 U. r. news 6:25 Rise and Shine 6:30 Morning Roundup 6:45-rThe Farm Front D. E. Horn 7-00 Songs of the West Rothert's 7 :15 K. L. V. 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News Bear's 2:00 Double or Nothing NBO 2:30 Easy Listening 2:45 The Waltz Uvea On 2:55 Local News L A H Stores 3:00 Life Can Be Beautiful NBO 3:15 Road of Life NBC 3:30 Pepper Young's Family NBC 3:45 Right to Happiness NBO 4:00 Backstage Wife NBO 4:15 Stella Dallas NBC 4:30 Lorenzo Jones NBO 4:45 Young Widder Brown NBO 5:00 News Wtest's 5:05 Jumping Jacks ' 5:15 Sports Special Eddie Herr 5:25 The Weatherman York Lincoln 5:30 Straight Arrow Mutual 6:00 Gift Program Gregory's 6:15 V. P. News A Local News. Boa-Ton 6:25 Sports Flinehbaugb Bros. 6:30 Here Comes the Band 3weigert's 6:45 Snnoee 3 Star Extra NBC 7:00 Light Up Time NBC 7:15 Red Kain International Jewelry 7:30 Tex Beneke 8:00 Aldrteb Family NBO 8:30 Father Knows Best NBO 9:00 Screen Guild Theater NBO 9:30 Duffy's Tavern NBO 10:00 Chesterfield Supper Club NBC 10:30 Dragnet NBC 11:00 C. P. Local News Relneberg's 11:15 Morton Downey NBO 11:30 Nightcap 12 :0 News NBO 12:05 Nightcap 12f3-ifg Off I Hearing Set Friday In Hay Said Case Thomas S. Yeager, 53, of Yor& RD. 4, will be given a hearing at .2 p. m. Friday before Justice oC the Peace John M. Rudisill, otj Springfield township, on an em- bezzlement charge involving $2 worth of hay. I The prosecutor is John D. Stinej York RD. 2, who said he hiretJ Yeager to sell the hay for him. -i The Music; 9, The Morey Amsterdam 1'.iw 9:30, Author Meets The Critics; 10, Bullet Derby; 11:10, News; 11:15, Previews. t WGAL-TV PROGRAM SCHEDULE COURTESY Your ZEMTU Dealer Thursday . 4:00 PM FROM THE KITCHEN DOOR 4:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS 4:45 VABIETY TIME 5:15 JUDY SPLINTERS 6:30 HOWDY DOODY 6:00 CACTUS JIM 6:30 DAVE BRANDT SPORTS DESK 6:40 THE WEATHERMAN "6:45 WORLD NEWS 6:55 NEW ERA LOCAL NEWS . 7:00 KUKLA, FRAN A OLLIE 7:30 OLMSTED TELEVIEW 1:45 CAMEL NEWS CARAVAN 8:00 STOP THE MUSIC 9:00 KAY KYSER 10:00 MARTIN KANE, PRIVATE EYE 10:30 THE CLOCK 11 :00 GARVIN FASHION SHOW 11:05 LOCAL NEWS 11:10 NEWS & SPORTS FINAL See it Beller wilh a ZEMTU from WEST'S $ IN YORK J Almost Everyone Listens to I AM and FM 910 Kc 103.3 Mc. NIGHT and DAY A M.- Thursday, March 2, on WSBA J 6:01 York, K. 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