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LATIN AMERICAN
MUSIC FEATURES
fil. A. A. to Broadcast Pro
gram to Be Given in Ameri
cas Building Tonight.
Washington's outstanding musical
•rent tonight, the forty-eighth of the
series of concerto of Latin American
music, arranged by the Pan-American
Union, will be broadcast by the Naval
station NAA. A portion of the program
also wUI be carried by WRC and a net
work of National Broadcasting Co.
stations, and the short wave station of
WOY at Bchenectady. _ , _
The entire concert, to be given in the,
Hall of the Americas of the Pan-Ameri
can Union, will be hroadcast by NAA.
It Is scheduled to beA» at 9 o’clock and
will continue for two hours. WRC and
the network will take the last half hour.
Marguerite D’Alvarez, the Peruvian
contralto, whose fame is international,
will be the guest artist. She has Just
returned to the United States from a
triumphant concert tour of the music
centers of Europe. The united Service
Orchestra, under the direction of Capt.
William J. Stannard of the Army Band
and Lieut. Charles Benter of the Navy
Band, will review many of the season’s
greatest successes among the works of
Latin American composers.
Russian Program on Air.
The principal musical program com
ing into Washington will be broadcast
by WRC during the General Motors
"family party.” It will be provided by
Adla Kouznetmff, celebrated Russian
basso, and the Balalaika Players, a
group which specialises In the folk
songs of the Russian gypsies. With the
exception of "The Song of the Volga
Boatmen,” all of Kouznetzoff’s solos
also will be Russian gypsy airs.
Another noteworthy feature of WRC
will be the return of the Whittall
Anglo-Perslans, who have not been
heard over this station for more
than a year, A new type of musical
travelogue has been arranged by Louis
Katsman, who has continued as director
of the orchestra.
Wassail Bowl Recalled.
The Voioe of Firestone, to be broad
cast by WRC, will be reminiscent of
the old English days when the “wassail”
bowl typified the peace and hospitality
of the Yuletide season. Pranklyn
Baur, tenor, will sing Gounod’s “Ring
Out the Old, Ring In the New,” and the
"Drinking Song,” from “The Student
Prince.” Vaughn de Leath, contralto,
will contribute three numbers. “I May
Be Wrong,” •'Wassail,” and Romberg’s
-“New Moon.”
The A. & P. Gypsies, who will be
heard over WRC at i:3O o’clock, have
two guest soloists to assist than—Louise
Bave, soprano, and Browning Mum
mery, tenor. The Gypsies have ar
ranged a varied program featuring the
works of Drigo, Tostl, Grieg and Mas
senet. lighter numbers will be in
terspersed, however.
Two of the largest orchestras on the
air—Freddie Rich’s Dance Orchestra
and Howard Barlow's Concert Orches
tra—will take part in the Voice of Co
lumbia program tonight over WMAL
and associated Columbia Broadcasting
System stations. The vocal features
will be furnished by the Cathedral
choir, Adele Vasa, soprano; Helen Oel
heim, contralto; John Barclay, baritone,
and the Alumni Boys, a male trio. The
program is a combination of classic and
semi-classic numbers.
Ouy Lombardo and his orchestra
again will provide the Burns Pan tela
Country Club program scheduled by
WMAL at 10 o’clock. Popular numbers,
many of them drawn from talking pic
ture song hits, make up the program.
To Dramatize "Good Copy.”
The Evening in Paris entertainment
to be broadcast at 9:30 o’clock will con
sist of a review of the most popular
musical numbers given during the 1939
series of these programs. The True
Story hour presentation at 9 o’clock
will be a dramatisation of “Good Copy,”
a short story.
Elsie Varle Lang, soprano, and the
“Flash and Dazale Pianoteers” will pre
sent WOL’s principal musical features.
Tbs WJSV program contains a variety
of musical presentations.
SCHEDULE IS CHANGED.
NAA Shifts Time for Weather Re
port Broadcasts.
A chsnge in the schedule of weather
reports broadcast by ths Naval Station
NAA was announced today by the
Weather Bureau to become effective Im
mediately.
The morning report will go on the
air at 10:10 o’clock, five minutes later
than heretofore, and the night report
at 10 o’clock, five minutes earlier than
under the former schedule. The after
noon broadcast at 1:45 o'clock remains
unchanged.
Chimney Sweep# for Luck.
Chimney sweeps may be passing, but
they are still held as a sign of luck for
many in England. Recently a bride In
London startled spectators by shaking
hands with one of the crsft "for luck.”
During the public discussion of the in
cident another old family came forward
and said Its members always throw a
kiss “for luck” to any chimney sweep
passing them on the road, and the
earlier in the day they meet the sweep
the better, because the luck will hold
longer.
Major “Cham” Features
TONIGHT.
S:46—William Hard. “Back of
the News in Washington"
—WRC and N. B. C. net
work.
g:SO—A. & P. Gypsies; classic
and popular music—WßC
and N. B. C. network.
t:S0 —“Family Party”; Adla
KouznetzofT and his Rus
sian singers—WRC and
N. B. C. network.
9:30 —Real folks; sketch of
small - town life—WJZ,
WBZ, WHAM, KDKA,
KWK, KYW, WREN,
WLW and WJR.
10:00—Panatela Country Club;
Guy Lombardo and his
orchestra—WMAL and C.
B. S. network.
10:30—Empire Builders; “Seattle,
the City of Seven Hills”;
dramatic sketch WJZ,
WBZ, WBZA, WHAM.
KDKA, WJR, KYW and
others.
10:30—Voice of Columbia; Fred
die Rich's Dance Orches
tra and Barlow’s Concert
Orchestra —WMAL and C.
B. B. network.
Tonight I
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Today on the Radio
PROGRAM FOR MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1929.
(Meters on left of call letters, ktioiycles on right. All time p.m., unless
Otherwise indicated.)
LOCAL STATIONS.
315.0—WRC—959.
(National Broadcasting Co.)
2:3o—The Melody Three.
2:ls—Studio feature.
4:oo—United States Marine Band.
s:oo—Pacific Vagabonds.
s:3o—"The Lady Next Door.”
s:ss—Summary of programs.
8:00 —Black and Gold Orchestra.
7:oo—“Amos ’n’ Andy.”
7:ls—“The World Today," by James
G McDonald.
7:3o—Correct time.
7:3l—The Piano Twins.
7:4s—"Back of the News in Washing
ton,” by William Hard.
B:oo—The Voice of Firestone.
B:3O—A. & P. Gypsies.
9:3o—General Motors’ “Family Party."
• 10:00—Whltall Anglo-Perslans.
10:30—Concert of Latin American
music broadcast from Pan-
American Union.
11:00 —Weather report.
11:01 to 12:00—Aster Orchestra.
Early Program Tomorrow.
6:4sa—Tower health exercises.
8:00a—On the 8:15.
B:lsa—Morning devotions.
B:3oa—Cheerio.
9:ooa—Morning melodies.
10:00a—Hits and bits.
10:45a—Betty Crocker hour.
11:00a—The Blue Streaks.
11:15a—Radio Household Institute,
ll :45a—Talk by Margkret Hutton.
12:00—Farm flashes.
12:10—Organ recital from the Kitt
studio.
1:00 —National Farm and Home hour.
I:4B—Mayflower Orchestra.
2:3o—The Melody Three.
3:15 —"How Noise Is Measured and
Why,” by Dr. Harvey Fletcher.
3:3o—Studio program.
4:oo—United States Navy Band.
4:30 —Auction bridge game.
205.4—WJ5V—1,460.
(Independence Publishing Co.)
3:00 to 5:30 —Midaftemoon music ale.
6:30 —Dinner program.
7:3o—Johnnie Graham’s Orchestra.
B:oo—The Harmony Boys.
B:ls—R. E. Ulmer, baritone.
8:30—Bob Merchant and his ukulele,
B:4s—Howard Green, pianist.
9:oo—Cora Timothy, contralto.
9:l6—Buck Towmey, baritone.
9:3o—Elizabeth Drew, contralto.
9:4s—The Virginians.
10:00 —Leslie Coyle, tenor.
10:15—Studio feature.
10:30 to 11:00—The Honolulan.B
Early Program Tomorrow.
8:00 to 10:00a—Variety program.
11:30a—National Farm program.
11:45a—Current events.
12:00—Time signals.
12:15 to I:oo—Farm news and music.
3:00 to s:3o—Midaftemoon musleale.
435.5—NAA—695.
(Washington Navy Yard.)
3:4s—Weather Bureau reports.
9:00 to 11:00—Concert of Pan Ameri
can music broadcast from Pan
American Union.
OUT-OF-TOWN STATIONS.
Programs prepared by the Associated Press. Scheduled for Eastern standard rime.
454.3—WEAF New York—66o,
6:oo—Black and Gold Room Dinner
Orchestra—Also WCAE, WWJ,
WTAG.
7:oo—Musketeers—Also WWJ.
7:ls—World today—Also WJAR, WFI,
WCSH, WRC, WGR, WCAE.
WFJC, WWJ, WSAI, WBT,
7:30 WGR; Back of
w 2u — wro W,A * WCSH '
B:oo—Concert Orchestra with soloists
—Also WEKI, WTIC, WJAR.
WTAG, WCSH, WLIT, WRC,
WGY, WGR. WCAE, WWJ,
w£k W WSM W WSB W WBT
WRVA WPJCWTAM WBT '
8-:3o—Gypsies’ and Louise
Bave—Also WEEI, WTIC, WJAR
WTAG, WCSH. WLIT, WRC.
Si. WGN^'WTAM. E ’ WWJ -
*7mc.
wSv”’
WWJ WON vre/J WHAS
WSM WSBWHT WJAX HAS|
WTIC, WJAR, WTAG, WCSH,
WLIT, WGY, WGR, WCAE,
WFJC, WWJ, WSAI, WRC.
10:30—Pan-American Concert Also
WRC. WTIC, WTAG, WCAE,
11:00—Hotel’ dance orchestra—Also
WTIC. WGR, WFJC, WWJ.
12:00—Ted Fiorito’s Orchestra from
ChicAiro—wfaf
erncago weaf.
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6:3O—H. V. Kaltenbom on current
•vents—WHP, WFBL, WDBJ,
WDOD, WLBW, WWNC, WJAS,
WKRC
7:oo—Bernard Levitov Ensemble hour
—WHP, WFBL, WDBJ, WDOD,
WBRC, WADC, WLBW, WWNC.
WJAS, WMAK, WABC first 30
minutes.
7:Bo—MountainvUlc, true life sketches
—WABC only.
B:oo—Henry and George—Also WADC,
WNAC, WMAK, WMAQ, WKRC,
WHK, WLBW, WCAU, WJAS,
WCAO WGHP WSPD ’ WMAL ‘
B:3o—Courier’s, popular—Also WCAU,
WNAC, WEAN, WFBL, WMAK,
wcao, wjas, wadc, wkrc,
WGHP, WHK, WLBW, WMAL,
WSPD.
B:oo—Magazine program—Also WCAU,
WNAC, WFBL, WMAK, WCAO,
*’'TAS, WADC. WKRC, WGHP,
V MAQ, WSPD, WHK, WLBW,
„ WMAL, WEAN. ......
B:3o—Evening in Paris—Also WFBL,
WEAN, WNAC, WKRC, WMAL,
WSPD, WHK, WADC, WMAK,
WJAS, WCAU, WCAO, WGHP,

10:00—Lombardo Orchestra Also
WCAU. WNAC, WEAN, WFBL,
WMAK, WCAO, WJAS. WADC,
WKRC, WGHP, WMAQ, WSPD,
WHK, WLBW, WMAL.
10:30—Voice of Columbia—Also WHP,
WBRC, WFBL WMAL, WEAN,
WNAC, WOHP, WKBN, WDBJ,
WCAO, WLBW, WSPD, WADC,
WKRC, WLAC, WHK, WMAK,
WJAS, WDOD, WCAU, WWNC.
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475.9 WMAL—6BO.
(Washington Radio Forum.)
3:oo—Columbia Ensemble.
3:lo— Fashion talk by Margaret Oel
rlchs.
3:4s— “The Charm of Correct Speech,”
by Lucy Feagin.
4:oo—Columbia feature.
s:oo—Ambassador tea dance.
s:3o—Closing market prices.
s:4s—"Browsing Among Books,” by
Mary W. Seaman.
6:oo—Correct time.
6:ol—Flashes from The Evening Star.
6:15 —Dot Myers Wildman, pianist.
6:3o—Current events, by H. V. Kalten
born.
7:oo—Commodore Ensemble.
7:ls—Jimmy and Jane.
7:3o—Brunswick Brevities.
B:oo—Correct time.
B:ol—Henry and George.
8 :30—Ceco Couriers.
9:oo—Physical Culture hour.
9:3o—Evening in Paris.
10:00—Burns’ Panatela Country Club.
10:30—Voice of Columbia.
11:30 to 12:00 —Paramount Orchestra.
Early Program Tomorrow.
9:3oa—Morning on Broadway.
10:00a—Radio Home Makers.
10: 30a—Mirrors of Beauty.
11:00a—The Party House.
11:30a —“Timely Topics,” by Senator
Capper of Kansas.
11:45a—The Pot of Gold,
12:00—Columbia Revue.
12:30 —Yoeng’s Orchestra.
I:3o—Savoy-Plaza Orchestra.
2:00 —Patterns in Print.
3:oo—Columbia Ensemble.
3:3o—For your information.
4:00 to s:oo—Army Band.
228.9 WOL—I,3IO.
(American Broadcasting Co.)
3:oo—Mandolin and guitar solos by
Walter T. Holt.
3:4s—Stories by Harriette Spaulding.
4:oo—Sidney Gionoly, baritone.
4:3o—Children’s program by Edith
Reed.
5:00 —Tea time.
s:3o—Racing results.
s:4s—The Town Crier.
6:00 Public Service Man.
6:os—Dinner music.
6:3o—Elsie Varie Lang, soprano.
6:4s—Musical program.
7:2o—News flashes.
7:3o—Flashes and Dazzle Pianoteers.
Early Program Tomorrow.
7:3oa—Reveille.
7:3sa—Musical clock.
B :ooa—Birthdays— A thought for the
day.
B:osa—Musical clock.
8:15a —Breakfast brevities.
B:2sa—Musical program.
10:00a—Talk by Peggy Clarke.
10:15a—Something for everybody.
11:00a—Beauty question box.
11:15a—Shopper's guide.
11:30a—Half hour with great com
posers.
12:00—Luncheon music.
I:oo—Hamilton Orchestra.
3:oo—Ethel Brown, pianist.
3:3o—Dramatic recital by Philip Notes.
11:30—Dance orchestra: also WMAL
WFBL. WDBJ, WKBN, WDOD,
WEAN. WBRC, WLBW, WWNC,
WGHP, WCAO, WSPD, WKBW,
_ „ WHP.
12:00—Dance orchestra: midnight organ
melodies—WAßC.
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KDKA * WJR > WRC,
?:15-Momem Musical*. Caroline An
„ drews, soprano—Also WRC.
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wp-tt? KDKA ’ wsm * WSB,
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. . KDKA. WJR. KYW. WHAM.
B:3o—Real folks sketch—Also WBZ.
KYW ’
in-on_ rhnvESZ « u
100 °—Guy Fraser Harrison s Orches
tra—WßZ, WHAM, KDKA,
WHT,
WSB*’ WIOD ’ WHAS ’ WSM,
10,30
kvw’ KDKA ’ WJR ' WLW,
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li .oo Slumber music, string ensemble
(one hour) _ Also K J> KA
872.6—WPG Attortic Clty-I.IH.
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B,3o — Mus, c album; players.
,!;15^S® ncert orchestra (45 min.).
music.
J® *®~The Vagabonds,
11:00—Dance orchestra (30 min.).
*•*•*—WBAL Baltimore—l,o6o.
s:oo—Talk; salon music.
6:OO—WJZ (30 min.); dinner music
(30 min) music,
882.8— WTIC Hartford—l,Mo.
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H’. : thirteen stars.
11.30—Dream Journeys.
422.3—W0R Newark—7lo.
6:3o—Uncle Don’s stories.
6:lo—Pianist; sports; vocal; orchestra.
7:00—Rutgers University; ensemble.
B:oo—The empire* four travelers
9:30-The Troupers; string quartet
10:30—Kee’s Orchestra
H:00-News; dance; moonbeams.

260.7—WHAM RorhMtM- ii «n
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11:00—Theater program (46 min ),
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379.5—WGY Schenectady—79o.
6:oo—Dinner music.
7:3o—Poetry, feature program
B:oo—Same as WEAF (3 hours)
856.8—WCAU Philadelphia—ll 79.
6:oo—lnstrumental: news; furriers.
7:00 —P. R. T. program: orchestra.
8:00—WABC programs (2V 2 hours).
10:30—Orchestra (30 min.); WABC (30
min.).
11:30—Dance music (30 min.).
305.9—KDKA Pittsburgh—9 80.
6:OO —WJZ (30 min.); band concert.
7:OO —WJZ (15 min.); symphony con
cert.
7:3o—Program of brevities.
B:OO—WJZ programs (4 hours).
12:00—Don Bestor’s Orchestra.
802.8—WBZ Springfield—99o.
6:80 —Arch Alders (30 min.); WJZ.
7:l6—Orchestras (15 min); Brevities.
B:OO—WJZ programs (3 hours); news.
CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN
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898.8—WJR Detroit—7so.
6:oo—Music; messengers; orchestra.
7:OO—WJZ Ensemble (15 min).
7:3o—Brevities; movie club.
B:3o—Same as WJZ (2V4 hours).
11:00—News; dance music (l hour).
12:00—Old timers; dance (1 hour).
405.2—W58 Atlanta—74o.
7:IS—WEAF and WJZ (1% hours).
9:OO—S. S. F. program.
9:3O—WEAF and WJZ (1 hour).
10:30—Conservatory entertainers.
11:45—peorge Berkey’s Orchestra.
385.6—WHAS Louisville—B2o.
7:00 —Dinner music: orchestra.
B:OO—WEAF and WJZ (1 hour).
9:oo—Chefs and Jug Band.
9:3O—NBC (1 hour); feature.
11:00—Reporters; studio concert.
11:25—Homing program.
■ 12:00 —Same as WJZ.
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6:oo—Hour of orchestras.
7:oo—Salon group; scrap book.
7:3o—Historical; automatics.
B:3O—WJZ (30 min); band.
9:3O—WJZ (30 min); the club.
10:30—Same as WJZ (30 min.).
11:00—Hauer’s Orchestra: trio.
12:00—Hotel orchestra: singers.
I:ooa—Thels Orchestra (30 min.).
277.6—W8T Charlotte—l,oßo.
7:oo—Talk: World today.
7:3o—Musical parade.
B:OO—WEAF and WJZ (1 hour).
9:oo—Half hour of happiness.
9:3O—WEAF and WJZ (1 hour).
461.3—WSM Nashville—Bso.
7:oo—Orchestra and contralto.
7:3O—WJZ and WEAF (IV4 hours).
9:oo—Program of Brevities.
9:3O—WEAF and WJZ (1 hour).
10:30—Feature; concert orchestra.
270.1—WRVA Richmond—l,llo.
6:oo—William Byrd Trio.
7:oo—Business and pleasure
B:OO—WEAF and WJZ (1 hour).
9:00 —History; concert; talk.
10:00—WJZ (30 min.); spiritual singers.
11:00 —Hotel orchestra hour.
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Radio Galleries, Fourth Floor.
New Year’s Formal Accessories
selected in The Men’s Store
are correct to the smallest detail
COLLAR; bold wing style, cut with a r
wide opening at the front 35c r
SHIRTS; pleated or pique bosoms, /
showing openings for two studs, $3.50
TIES; with pointed ends.. .$1 and $2 /wW'' fV j/
HOSE; blue or black silk with embroid- /Ml/*
SCARFS; white, gray or hlack-and-
’ GLOVES; g ay suede or white kid, $3 I
HATS; black silk, the correct If
STUDS; smoked or white pearl; black W
or white enameled. In sets, at prices
ranging from $4.50 to $25 set
SPATS; pearl gray, with pearl buttons;
OXFORDS; black patent leather or
dull-finish calf; plain toes $lO ' -f&rR *
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