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TECHNICAL MAN NEED OF BOARD Senator Dill WanU Expert to Replace BuIIard; Not Pleated With Commission. Sneetal to The Free PrM. Washington, Jan. 21. Senator C. C. Dill, senate author of tho radio la, believes that President Cool. Idge should appoint a technical radio man to replace the late Admiral W. H. G. Dullard on the radio commission. "We need a man with knowledge of the Bhort waves and with vision enough to foresee what 1 going to happen." says Dill. Dill la not at all keen about Commissioners ricknrd and Caldwell, nor la he enthusiastic about continuation of the commission for another yenr. although he may Introduce a hill to that end. "I am very much disappointed with the work of t lie commission," says he. "I think the members of the commission should have adopted definite policies as to what should be done In the public interest. It appears to me as though they have been drifting and getting by as best they can.' "I might not agree with them on their policies, but I would rather have it that way than for them not to have policies at all. 'T do not think Pickard and Caldwell are the best men for this )nb. But If they were not confirmed, the odds are thnt we would not get bet ter men, and the men selected prob ablv would be worse." When the confirmations reach the floor of the senate, 1)111 is expected to criticize the commission and its work. But, it Is believed, he will not attempt to block the confirmations of Caldwell, 1'ickard and La-Fount. Skeezix Time Dear Kids: Hope you have miseed me thla week as much as I have missed you. Examinations are coming on and I've been trying to get ready for them. Hope to be with you some this week. Jane Cash thinks the enchanted peach was Princess Ozma. Maybe so. Perhaps we'll all know before this letter ia in print. Here are eome answers to questions: Colonel Lindbergh's birthday will be February 4. My birthday la February 1. (I feel qulto flattered to have those two questions asked together) .Skeezix time has been on the air Just a year. There are 26 chapters In this Oz hook. Tin Pan Parade still leads the list of requests but nobody seems to want to sing it after Kord and Glenn. We heard from them last week, hy the way. They are at Dallas. Texas, and any it is nice and warm down there. They wanted to Tie remembered to all the Kkeezlx time kiddles. Kuth wants to know now old Ford's and Glenn's boys are. They are ahout or io. Charlotte Meyers and Mary Tudor are now at 1VLW, Cincinnati, Mar araret. Eddie Lnughton la on the stag and ran t a-et un to lied Annie cum. "Doc" McPhee Is spending the winter In the smith hut we'll try tn ret him to "lay the carpet on the stairs" at Pkeealx time when he comes home in the spring. The alrp'ane made so much nolae that we haven't used it Mince the first night. Freddie, the pilot, is getting It fixed up and we hope to take some birthday trips in it thla weeK. If It Isn't past noon when you read this, get the funny section and pread it out on the floor before the loud speaker and tune us In. Then we'll all read it together. Love to all. DOROTHY. Grace Berman's Teacher On Air Moris Rosenthal, pianist, will be the guest artist in the Ampleo Hour cf Music, which will ha broadcast through WCX and WJR Thursday evening. Rosenthal, who, in the Opinion of Dr. Leopold Suhmlt, German music critic, stands without question at the head of living pianists, is an Auatrial muslcltn who has hud a long career. It of interest to Detroit listeners to know that Grace Herman, for two years staff pianist for WCX and WJR, Is a pupil of Rosenthal In Philadelphia. Your i Present Set 10- ? lift M. C. Set with this Sterling Power-Team IF you have food radio set simply add Sterling A. C Power-Team and you have a true A. C receiver. The 6 volt Sterling A. C. Power-Team is dry, battery-less, with a single switch con trolling reception and power. Nothing experimental about a act made A. C. with Sterling. You art sure oi clear tone, quality, distance end above ell, dependability Play taft uilb Stirling George R. Clarke 3 Hammond Blif. Detroit, Mich. fo:ftfftt& I 97 Vovxtodii on illp' Galli-Curci Radio Debut Friday ., ,.;jV-", j: v J i, ' u ..j ' MPS fT ffv-r!;,., : - i ( ! J ; . Ul I - 'A Famous Soprano to Be Heard in Victor Recital Through WCX and WJR. Another of the world's great voices will be added to tho list already heard over the radio when Mme. Anielita Galll-Curcl, soprano of the Metropolitan Opera company and favorite concert singer, will make her first appearanro on the air in the third concert of the Vic tor Talking Machine company's 1928 series to be broadcast by WCX and WJR and other stations asso ciated with the National Broadcast ing company, Friday evening at 10 o'clock. The other soloist on this program will be Pablo Casals, often called the world's greatest living 'cellist. Mine. Galll-Curci's selections will Include the brilliant "Shadow Bong" from Meyerbeer's "Dlnorah," and several songs chosen to show the many beauties of her glorious voice. Mr. Casals, himpelf a Spaniard will play two compositions of bis fellow-countryman, Grnnados, as well as 'Ham' and By Dallas Wise, 8CEP The airplane. "Spirit of Call fornia," on their recent endurance test in California gave out reports while flying, using a short wave transmitter , working on S3 meters and using the call KHAB. 8CJ, Mancelona, Michigan, works dally schedule with IIT and 9B1T on 80 meters. The experiments of EFSCT and NuIJN resulted In the first two- way 10-meter DX work at 9 a. m. January 2. EK8CT. EG2NH, EG 5YX, FoA3Z, NulXAM and other X stations will test further January 2 and request observers to report through A URL, Schedulea as fol lows, Greenwich time: NC and NU stations with X licenses send 10.7 meters from 1630 to 1645 and 1700 to 1713 and will listen 1645 to 1700 and 1715 to 1730. After 1730 at tempts to CJSO will be made. The executive committee of the ARRL hns Just asked the Federal Radio commission to make the IOmeter territory provided by the International Radiotelegraph conference available to US amateurs for general amateur work at an early date. If granted this request will make possible tho starting of 10-meter work so that we may be in a better position for the changes that must come in 1929. It is suggested that those who can, listen to and report on the transmissions from Xu 1ZAM (Relnarti) to be made at noon and 5:30 p. m. eastern standard time, daily. Do not attempt any 10-nietor transmissions if you do not have nn X license or until you receive the approval of the Federal Radio commission. Canadian amateurs have already received permission to open up on the waveband 9.99 to 10.71 and for the time being may also continue tho use of the 62.5 meter wave for Inter-Pomlnlon QPOs, although some decision limiting the use of this band may be announced later. The ARRL has at present re-clved over $I.u00 worth of merchandise as prizes for the coming International tests to be held for two weeks, stnrtlng February S.I In order to compete you must send your entry to ARRL headquarters, Hartford. Conn., before midnlcht of February 1. This contest is onen to every amateur in the world, but you must s-nd In your entry In order to qualify for prizes. The mid-winter "Hamfest" of the Great Lakes Radio association will be held next Sunday, January 29, at the Music Fox cafe, Monroe, Michigan The program will start at 1:30 p. m with dinner nt :30 p. m.. as usual. Clyde Parr, H7.7., will be In charge of the program and a live time Is assured. The oat remains the same. J 1 . r, 0 for the feed and 25 cents for dues, and remember the pass w-ird, fcllowb, "Every Ham Bring a Ham." SRR has heen troubled wtth nower leaks and other msc QRM lately but manages to work a few stations In between ttme-HI. SDAQ of Crand Haven, Michigan, Makes numbers by Bach and other composers. In addition to the featured artists the Victor Salon orchestra, under the direction of Nathaniel Shll-kret, will be heard in several selections. Mme, Galll-Curci's accompaniments will ber played by the Victor concert orchestra, Kosarlo Bourdon conducting. Added Interest is given to the program by the fact that John B. Kennedy, associate editor of Collier's and well-known ta radio audiences through his popular flve-mln-ute talks, will Introduce the artists. The complete program follows: Hlncx Kses Russian Gypsy Nonr Eslrellila (T.tttle Star) Ponce Victor Halon Orchestra Tin Oypav and the Hlrd.Oxenfnrd-Benedlct Mme. AmeUta Onlll-Curel Adnsrla (frimi Toccata in O Major) Bach C'hnnson Vlllaneolao (A Country Sonftl Popper Pablo Casali Die lAtusblume Schumann fwlth Diano) rlavelltoi Valverda Chanson In-ioue RtmKy-lonftKow Mine. Ametlta Galli-Curci Spanish Imnce Orana-loa Goyercaa-lmflrmczzn Uranados Pablo Casals The Man I Love pnrae Oershwln Victor Salon Orchestra Dlnorah Shnlow flotia- Meyerbeer Mme. AmeUta Galll-Curcl The Fortune Teller (Selections! .Victor Herbert Victor 6alon Orchestra has a Xtal outfit working on 84 meters and works WN'P, has a few schedules and handles loads of traffic on them. He is a good reliable QSO. Bend your Items to be at 9187 Falcon avenue, Detroit. Trappers Invade Land of Persia The Annls Fur Trappers, one of WJR's weekly entertainment units, will take their listeners Into the Orient at 7:30 o'clock, Tuesday. Persia, the trappera have discovered, has Inspired the writing of many Interesting musical compositions, and the Annis cntertninera have prepared an Interesting musical presentation. The trappers will open their hour with a characteristic number called "In a Persian Market." Another aspect of Persia will be recalled as they sing from Liza Ihmann's song cycle, "In a Persian Garden." Other orchestral and vocal numbers, characteristic of the Orient and Persia, In particular, will complete the half hour. Russian Singers Coming The Don vocal quartet, appearing in the current Michigan stage show. "Russian Revels," will be one of the featured attractions broadcast over WCX next Tuesday night during the Red Apple club hour. These singers have been together for eight years but are now making their first American tour. They have been recruited from a'.l walks of life, and were b ought together during .the war when they served in the Russian armies. They had just completed a high'y successful tour of the continent when brought to this country by Publix. Tgor Keldick, one time captain of the Imperial Guard; Basil Evglevsky, a Moscow professor: Alexis Alexandroff, a rip-roaring Cossack, and Elic Golovine, a civil engineer, comprise the group. They sing native tongs of the Volga and other Russian melodic. Tibhett to Sing on G. M. C. Hour Lawrence Tlbbett, 32-year-old baritone of the Metropolitan opera, whose remarkable voice has carried him through a sensational rise to musical fame during the brief span of five years, will be the featured soloist In the Fisher Rody hour of the General Motors family party Monday evening. Tlbbett la another of California's contributions to American art. He was born at Biikersfleld In 1896 and was graduated from the Los Angeles high school, after which he studied two years at the Manual Arts college there. He made his first appearance on the concert stage at Los Angeles In 1917 and four years later he found his first opportunity to sing In opera, making his debut In the Hollywood bowl In "Alda." His voice attracted such wide attention that only one month later he was introduced Into the charmed circle of the Metropolitan, where hla first role was that of Vabentlne In "Faust." In the Fisher hour a symphony orchestra will play popular classics and accompany Tlbbett in three numbers. This will be followed by an Interlude of light music furnished by Joe Green and hla novelty orchestra. The concluding part of the program will consist of music by a concert band, with Edwin Franko Goldman as director, during which Tlbbett will sing two additional numbers. WWJ will broadcast the program in Detroit. Income Taxes Is Radio Topic John C. Evans, an officer of the Union Trust company, will be the fourth speaker in the banking series on "Business Fundamentals," the weekly educational course on Tuesday night at 7:15 o'clock, from WJR. Mr. Kvans will discuss the pertinent changes In the rulings of tho International revenue departmenr, relative to the Income tax. He Is a well-known authority on the subject. Capitol Organ On Air Tonight Don Miller, at the Capitol organ, will again be featured in a radio concert tonight from 11:30 p. m. over WGHP. Lewis Betterly, associate Capitol organist, also will be heard over WGHP on Wednesday and Friday evenings from to 6:30 p. m. in a program of popular and classical numbers. CONTEST WINNER ON RADIO TONIGHT Ull.Ul H KU.S, Wilbur Fvans, winner of the national singing contest recently conducted by the Atwater Kent Foundation, will share honors with the great Arnerlian contralto, Mme. Louise Homer, and her daughter, Louise Homer dtirea, In the Atwater Kent hour tonight. Kvans's position Is unique In that this Is the first time In America's musical history that such an extensive and costly experiment has been made In search of the best vocal talent. Jlore than 50,000 young singers took part in the contest. For the past three yeRrs young Kvans has been a student of voire at the Curtis Institute, in Philadelphia. He wns educated tn the Philadelphia public schools, and has been active in school dramatics and has sung in school operettas. Kntharlne Homer, the young pianist, will accompany her mother and sister in their broadcasting. Mrs. Stlres is a soprano who has sung with Mme. Homer In previous Atwater Kent concerts. The program will be broadcast at 9:15 o'clock over the red network which Includes WWJ, Detroit. i f Ik.,' :. .: , Vi-fc . Jb :.: J ' "4 n fi I' 1 : RADIO TODAY WCX-WJR THE DETROIT FREE PRESS RICHARDS-OAKLAND CO. 680 Kilocycles 440.9 Meters Sunday, January 22, 1928. 10:00 A.M. First Baptist church of Pontiac. 12:00 Noon "Heading The Free Press Funnies." 12:30 P. M. "Question Box," conducted ly Dr. Alvin E. Ma-gary. of the Woodward Avenue Frcsbytcrian church, 1:00 P.M. Golden Strand Group. 2:00 P. M. R oxy's "Sunday Stroll." 3:00 P. M. Services from the Shrine of the Little Flower, conducted by the Rev. Charles E. Coughlin. 4:15 P. M. Art talk bv Mrs. H. A. McLaughlin, art critic of The Free Press. 4 :30 P. M. Program from the WCX-WJR MAKE SCHEDULE CHANGE WCX and WJIt "III go off the air tomorrow night nt Oi:tO o'rloek anA hereafter nllt leave the Inte hours on Monday evening free for long distance reception. Another rhnnge In the schedule this week will he the elimination of all daytime broadcasting en Saturdays. The first fenture on the nlr on that riny will he the children's hoar at fti.10 o'clock. studio and stage of the Michigan theater. 5:30 P.M. "Twilight Hour" with the Good Will ensemble and the WJR Vocal troupe, from the General Motors studio. 6:30 P. M. Cook's Tours. 7:30 P.M. Radio Vespers from the Central Methodist church of Pontiac, Mich.; Dr. Weldon Cro&sland, pastor. 8:15 P. M. Collier's Radio Hour. 9:15 P. M. Paula Hemming-hotise, contralto. 9:45 P. M. Utica Jubilee Singers. 10:00-10:30 P. M. "Happv Half Hour of Heaven and Home," from the First Baptist church of Pontiac. 352.T Meters WWJ 8BO Ke. 10:30 A. M. First Presbyterian church. J:0OP. M. Chamber music from the Art Institute J:30 P. M. Detroit Symphony orchestra. 6:30 P.M. Acoustlcon hour, from New York. 7:20 P. M. Capitol theater, New York. 9:15 P.M. Atwater Kent concert. 277 Meters 1VG1IP low Ke, 10:30-A. M. First Church of Christ Scientist. 11:45 P. M. International Bible Stu- ! 3:00 P. M. Chain Symphonic Hour. i -. ni. v.nain ijatnearai Hour. 7:30 V. M. Warren avenue Baptist Church. :00 P. M. Chain Effervescent Hour. 8:30 P. M. Chain American Singers. 10:00 V. M. Chain Don Voorhees and his band. 11:00 P. M Arcadians. 11:80 P. M. Capitol Theater Organ. 3tls Ol'TSlrJE IlETHOIT.l 5:00 WHAM (2S0-1070) Musical Milestones; WMAQ (447-670) Musical Koniances: WCAU (261-1150) Presbyterian: WHN 395-7t0) Dance orchestra; WFBL (258-1100.) Presbyterian. 5:15 VVRNY (326-320) American 1 upera artists. j 6:30 WSAI (361-830) Methodist: JiAvi mi-ou) wnitney trio; WJ7, (4r,4-660) National Church of the Air; WHAS (322-030) Evensong; WtiN (416-720) Arabian Nights. 6:45 WJDT (383-770) Radio Rangers. :00 WMBI (263-1140) Gospel songs request program; WKAF (492-610) Korngold and Davidson: WSH (476-6.10) Methodist; WHAM.I (294-1020) organ; WJAX (341-SS0! Band; WJBX (389-770) Fellowship Hour. 6:15 WMAQ (447-670) Kvangel-Istlc; WCFL (484-620) M. E. (Jues-tion Box; KDKA (315-950) Little yyniphutiy. 6:30 WHAM (2S0-107O) Fireside Forum; WKAF (103-610) Stetson Par.-.de: WCAU (261-1150) Concert; WOW (508-690) Bible studv; W.IAX (341-880) Orchestra; WKP.L (258-1160) Orchestra; WJBT (389-770) Organ. 6:45 WEMC (484-620) Organ; Bible Chat. 6:60 WCCO church. (405-740) Scientist 7:00 WKBW (217-13S0) Evangelistic; WHAM (280-1070) Theater hour; WJZ (454-660) Sweet and Low; CKCA (357-840) Church: WCAU (261-1150) Melodlans; Wl.S (345-870) Little Brown church: WOC (375-800) Old Folks' Musical pro- To WCX Oriental Headliners at WCX . . I i Rose Green, above, is one of the team of Keno and Green, who will be presented by the management of the Oriental theater at the Red Apple club Tuesday night. Fred Winehill, left, below, of Winehill and Briscoe, will present their stage act, and Roger Williams, it is promised, will imitate everything from a church organ to the new Ford. In addition to these artists, the Oriental promises another surprise. gram; KDKA (316-950) Episcopal; WBZ (333-900) Blue and Gold hour; WBAL (2S5-10G0) Concert orchestra; WTMJ (294-1020) Orchestra; organ; WHN CJ95-760) Kcene's ensemble; PW.V (4U0-750) Dinner music; WJBT (389-770) Missionary hour; WON (416-720) Million Sing. 7:15 WMAQ (447-670) Stevens Symphony. . 7:20 WSAt (361-830) Hymn Time; WCN (416-720) Punch nnd Judy. 7:30 WGR (303-990) Presbyterian: KOA (326-320) Organ; W.IZ (454-660) String quartet; WCAU (261-1 150) One Hour Andy; WWNC (297-1010) Church; WCKL (484-620) I'tah hour; WJBT (389-770) Band; choir. 7:45 WBH (333-000) Ensemble; WOR (422-710) Musicale. 8:00 WSAI (361-830) String quar-tet:KHJ (416-720) Sunsot Musicale: WHAM (280-1070) Kastman School recital; WMAQ (447-670) Sunday Kvening club; WFAN (224-1340) orchestra: WCAH (261-1150) Nimble Thimble Boys; WOC (375-800) Congregational: WBAL (285-1050) Cantata; WTMJ (294-1020) Tune Tinkers; WLWL (370-810) Paul 1st church; WJAX (341-880) Church. 8:15 CFACA (375-S40) Music; WHO (535-560) Music. 8:30 KOA (326-920) Orchestra: KTHS (384-7R0) Orchestra; WFAN (224-1340) Bits from Famous plays; WCAU .(261-1 150) Ensemble; WTM.I (294-1020) Sunday clasnics; WJAZ (263-1140) Studio; WoAI (500-600) Methodist; WON (416-720) Correll and (iosdn, 8:45 WOR. (422-710) Bong DIs-cours 9:00 WPO (273-1100) Orchestra; KH.T (416 - 720) Nightly Doings: WHAM (280-1070) Tenor: WEAF (492-610) "Our Government": WCHD Band: KTHS (384-780) Soprano, tenor: WFA.V (224-1340) Grenadiers; 1'IVX (400-750) Bnnd. Sir, WHAS (322-930) Orchestra: KYW (620-670) Twenty Minutes of Good Reading; WRZ (333-900) Ensemble; WTMJ (294-1020) Quintet. 9:30 KFI (469 - 640) Standard Svmphony: KTHS (384-780) Organ; WFAN (224-1340) Meadow Larks. 10:00 WPG (273-1100) Musicale: KHJ (416-720) M. E. Services; KTHS (384 - 780) Music Lovers' Hour; WFAN (224-1340 Concert Group; WBZ (333-900) News, Music: WJAX (341-880) Organ; PWX (400-750) Orchestra. in:15 WKRW (217-1380) Gospel Melodies: WEAF (493-610) Biblical Drama; W.TZ (454-660) Don Amalzo (KI'KA, KYW): WOW (508-590) Utah hour; WTF (349-860) Little Symphony; WON (416 - 720) Music Kocm. 10:30 KFT (469 -640) Music; WKNR (288-1040) Svmphony Orchestra; WJBT (389-770) Request Program. lrt:4.-, MTM.T (294-1020) Trio; WCCO (405-470) Organ. 11:00 KHJ (416-720) Little Sym-i.honv: WMAQ (447-670) Dreamers; I KFI (469-640) Organ: KTHS (384-I 780) Cock-n-Doodle-Do Orchestra: WCAU (261-1150) Organ; WHN i Rio Organ. I 11:10 WON (416-720) Sam 'n' i Henry. 11:30 WHV (395-760) Orchestra: i WJBT (389-770) Hack Home Hour. 12:00 K Ft (369-640) Concert Orchestra: WHN (395-760) Orchestra. I 1:00 KFI (469-640) Dance Or- ehestra; WBBM (383-770) Nutty Club (3 hours). Scotch Lassies In Russian Songs The Ormonde sisters they are really cousins of Kir Harry Lauder will be introduced to WJR listen ers this afternoon as one of the features of the program broadcast I from the Michigan theater from 4;30 to 5:30 o'clock. ! As stars of the current stage show j nt the Michigan, "Russian Revels," their Scotch ancestry may sound a 1 bit incongruous, but In the costume ! of Chauve Souris dolls, Nora, Carrie and Daisy sing songs of the Volga like any of the Russian cast. Del Dellirldge. members of the Berkoff Troupe, and other stars of the current show will bo heard over the air. Eduard Werner will direct his ensemble In Incidental music. Radio Tourists To Visit Italy i Florence. Italy, will be nent stop ! for the ('(ink's Kadiu World Tourl.-ts in the progi iiin which will be broad- cast at fi:3U o'clock tonight. Malcolm La Trade, "The Man from I Cook's," will picture the quaint old j T'Mlan city In- words and music ! touching cot only upon its beauty spots and places of hlstorlal Interest, but also on the Italian folk melodies for which the city Is famous. SPLITDORF radio' receivers Sr&S-y- v'ry t-iMit.ssera''ai" " 1 Inheren Electric Know the Differexce between ordinary "Electrified" receivers and this Splitdorf Inherently Electric Radio Receiver, with iti A. C. tubes and inbuilt A. C. operation. Realize that this is all you need. No acids, batteries, eliminators, no "socket power" devices. Nothing Else ! Just plug into any 60 cycle light outlet and hear the tremendous power and perfect tone of this wonderful receiver. Supplied In many beautiful ceriod cabinets all Splwdorf built. M. & M. ELECTRICAL SERVICE CO. DUtribulor 935 W. W.rron Ave.. Detroit Mich., GIeniIe 6649 Last Free Lecture "Possibilities of A. C. Radio" By Merle Duston, Weil-Known Author and Authority Rr.PKATKI) hy request anil for the hrneht nf tlifwe who eonlrt sot fel Into the overcrowded hill hint Monday. Ilon't mls Mr. I)u. ton's dlsrnulnn of eon-(.(ruction, operation and servirlns new A. r. sett end demonstration of converting a. batter? set to A. '. Come tomorrow nlhtl Learn the tremendous monej-mKHor pomlhllltlra of A. C onrl hoi to es.h In en them! MONDAY NIGHT, JAN. 23, AT 8 O'CLOCK CONVENTION HALL Entrant; 44fi4 Cus Aetna ENROLLMENT CLOSES MONDAY nlrht for th A. f. anil regular oprlnc rlne. ne prepared for the "hls-par work In Raitln, now a I hand. l.eorn radio art building, Inniwtlnr, InttullinJ. repairing and rnmrrfinr l.-ill-rr .. to 4 V 500 MEN NEEDED IN MICHICAN FOR A. C. SERVICE! $15 PER DAY fZr?7Z. ' OOO prtsptclm in Detroit FEDERATED RADIO 4464 Can Convention NEW PROGRAM FROM CHICAGO First Chain Concert From West to Start on WCX-WJR Tomorrow. As further evidence of the !n creasing popularity of natlon-wi". broadcasting programs mcv J. Free Press, and WJR, the Richard? Oakland company, announce thai -vuo. uou..u,iii; nOWn COIlcern enters this field tomorrow evening when Montgomery Ward & Co nre sent the Riverside hour, which will be. broadcast through stations of the blue network at 9 o'clock After an extensive survey ,'t , revealed that a great percentage of this organization's ten million cus. tomers own radio receiving .... .. Is estimated that fully 75 per cent of the population of all Ma," Val, of the Bocky mountains live, wuh he, area to be covered bv thl 18 stations included in the Ward broadcasting schedule. a 4 The programs will originate n Chicago. A special orchestra" to 1,2 known as the Riverside Trail in,, ers. has been organized, and will be under the direction of a rations''? known leader. Aside from the or-ehestra, Itself of special lnstni. mentatiort, other features will ' iPnrrtChnebr00and'cat,'t'.6 to t""e Anniversary Show To Be Broadcast The Capitol's sixth anniversary show, featuring Boyd Senter, syn. copatlng clarlonetist, will be broadcast Monday night over WGHP Senter, phonograph recording artist and stage star, will he reniemhcred from previous appearances at tb Michigan. Other stars from the Capitol's anniversary show to be heard over WGHP Include Roy Sedley, who will net as master of ceremonies,. McKensle und Bishop, harmony duo, In popular numbers; Louise Mhr-sart. "blues singer"; the Capitul Birthday Oris, and Li'l Esther, six-year-old pckanlnny, in typical "hot" numbers. 'Aida' Is Next In Balkite Hour A portion of Verdi's "Alda" In t Presentation by the Chicago Civlo Opera company will be broadcast direct from the stage of the Auditorium theater, Chicago, as the next In the series of Balkite Hours through stations WCX and WJR Thursday evening. The cast has not yet been chosen. TRADE SCHOOL Halt CUndaU 9732 tin

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