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ranged by Ν. B. C. for
March 21.
NB. C. has arranged to cele
brate the first day of Spring,
March 21. with a special
• musical skit called "Spring
Has Cub."
The broadcast will Inark the debut
in the program production field of Miss
Mable W. Phelps, supervising nurse in
the N. B. C. first-aid room. Casting
for the show has been left entirely to
Miss Phelps and fate.
The skit will be made up almoet
entirely of sneezes and sniffles. In
fact. Miss Phelps has notified artists
eligible for the show that there will
be no faking. Every member of the
cast must have bronchitis, laryngitis
and the sniffles.
* * * *
WILLIAM SLATER'S six-week ex
periment with an entirely new
kind of children's program—a
news summary told from a young
ster's viewpoint—was such a success
that it has been renewed, to continue
for an indefinite period over an Ν. B.
C. network. Slater's "Junior Radio
Journal" is on the air every Satur
day at 11 a.m.
Although Slater is headmaster at
Adelphi Academy, in Brooklyn, his at
titude toward the radio audience is
anything but scholarly. He talks in
the brisk manner he used during N.
B. C.'s foot ball broadcasts last Fall.
He points no morals. He uses no big
words. He steers sternly clear of pa
tronizing his young listeners.
What stories does he pick from the
week's news for the retelling on the
"Junior Radio Journal"? How does
he pick them?
"The first thing I look for," he ex
plains, "is news that directly con
cerns 'kids.' In the Mohawk disaster,
for instance, I told the whole story
from the viewpoint of a 5-year-old
boy who was saved, along with his
baby brother. I didn't ignore the
tragic element of the story, but I
didn't stress it. That youngster wasn't
conscious of the terrible consequences.
He was impressed by the excitement,
the bells ringing, the ship lurching.
To tell the story from this angle isn't
'Pollyanna' distortion—it's honest ad
herence to a real youngster's view
point."
Constructive? Educational? Parents
and teachers are saying the "Junior
Radio Journal" is both of these. But
the youngsters say it's Interesting.
They listen to it.
SPRING fashions as they are dis
played simultaneously on Fifth
avenue and in more than 50
stores throughout the country will be
described in a special Columbia
broadcast Tuesday. Rosaline Greene,
radio actress, will describe the new
frocks as the models appear in New
York and in stores of other cities,
where reproductions will be shown at
exactly the same time.
* * * *
RUDY VATJ.ee, whose present
contract is effective until the
end of the year, has signed an
other for 1936 with his present spon
sor. It provides for options which, If
taken up, will extend until the end
of 1941—a run which began October
24, 1929, and which has not missed a
week.
* * * *
rE BIO SHOW," popular Co
lumbia variety feature, also has
been renewed for an indefinite
period. The cast, including Gertrude
Niesen, Block and Sully and Lud
Gluskin's Orchestra, will remain in
tact.
AUTO RING OPERATORS,
2 FROM D. C., SENTENCED
Four Plead Guilty to Aid in Steal
ing: 29 Cars Recovered
by Agent».
By the Associated Preu.
TRENTON, N. J., March 6.—Pour
members of what Department of
Justice agents called an automobile
stealing ring operating between Pat
erson, N. J., and Washington, D. C.,
were sentenced Federal penitentiary
terms yesterday when they pleaded
guilty.
Police and Federal agents recovered
29 passenger cars the men were
charged with stealing before their
arrest last November.
The men, each sentenced to a year
and a day and placed on one to two
years probation, were John H. Coker
of Clifton, Philip W. Kadel of East
Falls Church, Va.; Harding Dameron
and William E. Edwards, both of
Washington, D. C.
Tombstones Dug
From Under Road
To Settle Estate
40 Claimants Get County
Approval in Fight for
$17,000,000 Shares.
By the Associated Press.
TOWSON, Md., March β.—Fifty-two
family tombstones thrown into a
swamp near Beckleysville 35 years ago
to build a public road will be un
earthed in an effort to establish claims
to a $17,000,000 estate.
Permission to excavate the road bed
was given yesterday by the Baltimore
County commissioners to attorneys
for about 75 of some 4,000 claimants
to the rich estate of Walter Garrett,
Philadelphia snuff manufacturer.
The grave markers are said to be
from the family cemetery of descend
ants of John Garrett, who settled
many yean ago in this region. Upon
their inscriptions rests hope of estab
lishing kinship with the wealthy
Philadelphia Garrett.
About the beginning of this century
the old burial ground was abandoned,
and the grave shafts are said to have
been carted to a section of the estate
through which a new roadway was
being constructed. Old residents say
the largest granite piece was sunk at
the Intersection of the old Falls road,
the Armacost and the Bunker Hill
roads.
Workmen plan to begin digging up
the tombstones today at the direction
of the attorneys, Thomas M. Jenifer
and Murray McNabb. Among those
looking to the ponderous evidence thus
produced to bolster their claims to a
share of the fortune are B. Howard
Garrett of My Ladys Manor, Mrs.
Emma Haile of White House and Mrs.
Dora Hare of Beckleysville.
Mrs. Henrietta Garrett, widow of
'the founder of the fortune, died In
1930 and left a will disposing of only
$62,500 of the gigantic sum.
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Capital's Radio Programs
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Wednesday, March 6.
(Copyright. 1935)
Eaitern Standard Time.
WRC 950k
WMAL 630k
WJSV 1,460k I WOL 1,310k \
P.M.
AFTERNOON PROGRAMS
3:00
3:15
3:30
3:45
4:00
4:15
4:30
4:45
5:00
5:1»
5:30
5:45
Vic and Sade
Ma Perkins
Dreams Come True
Dr. Joseph Jastrow
Woman's Radio Review
«» ««
Vocational Guidance
Piatt and Nlerman
Sundown Revue
Tom Mix
Hi-Hilarities
Stamp Club
Maryland U. Band
«« Κ
George Hamilton Orcb.
Kate Smith'· Hour
Betty and Bob
Jackie Heller
Von Unschuld Piano Club,
Tea Time
Student Federation
Curtis Music Institut·
Evening Star Flashes
Aunt Sue and Polly
Singing Lady
Little Orphan Annie
Walter Reed RequMta
I M M
Concert Gems
Terrence O'Shea
Evening Rhythms
|Sldppy
Jack Armstrong
[Dick Tracy
Today's Winner·
John Slaughter's Orch.
«I «·
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Radio Voices
"Liberal Credit"
P.M.
6:00
6:15
6:30
6:45
EVENING PROGRAMS.
[Sports Review—Music
Jimmy Allen
Helen and Gary
Billy Batcheior
7:00
7:15
7:30
7:45
8:00
8:15
8:30
8:45
9:00
9:15
9:30
945
10:00~
10:15
10:30
10j45_
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45
1:00
Music—News
"The Black Chamber"
"Easy Aces"
Uncle Ezra
Amos "n' Andy
Plantation Echoes
Red Davis
Dangerous Paradise
Mary Pickford
M M
Wayne King's Orch.
Town Hall Tonight
Pleasure Island
·· —
Ray Noble's Orch.
Arthur Reilly
Voice of Romance
Club Habana Orchestra
Art Jarrett's Orch.
H «
Stan Meyer'· Orchestra
M M
Sign off
Education In the New·
Evening Album
Sports Parade
Lowell Thomas
Penthouse Party
M M
ÎLanny Ross* Orchestra
Warden Lawes
•ι ··
John Charles Thomas
Hollywood Gossip
Madame Sylvia
Philadelphia Symphony
Larry Slry's Orch.
News Bulletins
Slumber Music
Jolly Coburn's Orch.
Richardson's Orch.
M *
Eddie Lane's Orch.
M M
Sign off
Buck Rogers
Arch McDonald
The Shadow
Today In Sports
Paul Mason's Orch.
American University
George Reid
Myrt and Marge
Just Plain Bill
"The O'Neills··
Boake Carter
Mike Durso's Orch.
News Spotlight
Ray OUara's Orch.
Contest News
Diane and her Life Saver
Edwin C. Hill
Broadway Varieties
Val Emey's Ensemble
Clarence Albright
Americana
Announcerless Program
Lucrezia Borl
M W
Burns and Allen
Jack Pearl
« M
"What Would You Do?'
John Slaughter's Orch.
Leon Belasco's Orch.
H M
Ozzie Nelson's Orchestra
Midnight Reverie
Jacques Renard's Orch.
George Hall's Orcb.
M M
Sign off
Gypsy Orchestra
M <·
Voice and Violin
Dance Music
Sleepy Hall's Orch.
Dance Parade
Dance Parade
Sign Off
A.M.
6:30
6:45
7:00
7:15
7:30
7:45_
8:00
8:15
8:30
8Λ5_
*9:00
9:15
9:30
9Μ_
10:00
10:15
10:30
10:45
EARLY PROGRAMS TOMORROW.
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
Up and at "Em
The Grenadiers
Doctor of Blues
Phil Cook's Note Book
The Sizzlers
Cheerio
Mall Bag
Betty Lane
Danny Dee
Caroline Baker
Promenade
Clara. Lu and Em
Morning Parade
Music Clubs
The House Detective
Radio Owens
Gypsy Trail
Elder Michaux
Barnyard Philosopher
The Getter Upper
Air-O-Nuts
Morning Devotions
William Meeder
«« ··
Landt Trio and White
News Bulletins
Chicago Breakfast Club
Smackout
Edward MacHugh
Today's Children
Sallie Muchmore
Hazel Art
Tony Wons
U. S. Navy Band
Sun Dial
Sun Dial
Sun Dial
Sunny Side Up
Betty Hudson
Bill and Ginger
Clinic of the Air
Radio Interview
Milky Way
Friends
Church of Hollywood
Musical Clock
M M
Christian Hour
Musical Clock
Musical Clock
Jimmy Rich, organist
Family Almanac
The Dentist Says"
Lonesome Pine Singer
Varieties
« m
Two Piano Team
Varieties
Morning Concert
A. B. C. Ensemble
Bob and Billy Vest
ΡΛΙ.
12:00~
12:15
12:30
12j45
"1:00
1:15
1:30
1:45
2:00
2:15
2:30
2:45
AFTERNOON PROGRAMS
Farm and Home Hour
: Story of Mary Marlin lUstenlngPjast
, Honeyboy and Sassafras
j Merry-go-Round
'Chamber of Commerce
Voice of Experience
The Gumps
Afternoon Rhythms
George Hall's Orch.
! Chamber of Commerce
Rex Battle's Ensemble
La Paree Orchestra
3:00
3:15
3:30
3:45
4:00
4:15
4:30
4:45
Prohibition Association
M M
Vaughn de Leath
Magic of Words
Farm and Home Hour
'Senator Wagner of Ν. V.
i " "
; Words and Music
Music Guild
Echoes of Erin
George Hall's Orch.
Hester Walker Beall
Cleo Brown, pianist
Mitchell Schuster's Orch.
Vic and Sade
Ma Perkins
Dreams Come True
Imperial Grenadiers
5:00
5:15
5:30
Woman's Radio Review
Four Dote
Morln Sisters
Parents and Teachers
M ··
Sundown Revue
Castles of Romance
Little Symphony
Betty and Bob
Dorothy Page
Memory Contest
Spanish Revue
Evening Star Flashes
Wooley and Moth
Singing Lady
The French Princess
Helen Trent Romance·
School of the Air
Roadways to Romance
America's Little House
Salvation Army Band
Loretta Lee
Dick Messner's Orch.
Evening Rhythm·
Skippy
Jack Armstrong
Eddie Prior's Orchestra
m es
Anne Fltzpatrick
John Slaughter's Orch.
Ray OOara's Orchestra
Advertising Club
Tune Tinkers
M M
Pro-Art Quintet
IN. Y. State Symphony
Today's Winners
John Slaughter's Orch.
U M
Radio Voices
MAJOR FEATURES AND PROGRAM NOTES.
"Let Us Be Gay" will be presented
by Mary Pickford and her stock com
pany on WRC at 8. This is a comedy
about a man who, through dalliance
with other women, loses a plain, in
dustrious wife, only to have her trans
form herself Into the moat glamorous
woman In America.
John Charles Thomas, baritone, will
feature "The Cavatlna" from "Faust,"
during his recital on WMAL at 9:30.
He &1κ> will ting "Tu Lo Sal" and
"Big Brown Bear."
James Meltcn. tenor, will be the
gueet artist on the Penthouse Party
with Mark Hellincer and Gladys Glad
on WMAI> at 8.
MATTRESSES...
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ful sleep!—reason enough for any
one to want a "Simmons Beauty
rest," especially since we spend
about a third of our lives in sleep!
The secret of the Beautyrest's magic
comfort lies in the 837 inner coils,
embedded in fluffy, soft layer felt!
Treat yourself to a "Beautyrest."
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LACK OF FISH DEPLORED
NEW YORK, March β OP).—The
Democratic administration muit do *
lot better In lte third year than It did
in its second if J. Wadsworth Carpen
ter is to be satisfied.
The former chairman of the Rock
away Fisheries Commission said he
would relay to Representative F. Brun
ner the complainte of fishermen be
cause Β runner this year had been able
to obtain only 3,500,000 Federal
flounders for Jamaica Bay.
In 1934, Carpenter said. 12.000.000
flounders were released in the bay.
There had been Republican adminis
trations, he added, which "planted"
as many as 18,000,000 in a year.
Pepper Stops Meeting.
Pepper thrown by a joker In the gal
lery broke up a meeting of the City
Council of SUgo, Irish Free State,
Clerk Sean O'Higglns being unable to
read the minutes, while the other
members were seized with a paroxysm
of sneezing and coughing for several
minutes.
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