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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, February 27, 1936, Image 38

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Capital’s Radio Programs
Thursday, February 27. (Copyright. i936> Eastern Standard Time.
| WRC 950k I WMAL 630k | WOL 1,310k | WJSV 1,460k |
P.M. AFTERNOON PROGRAMS_ P.M.
T2T00 Marie De Viile Simpson Boys Luncheon Concert Voice of Experience 12:00
12:15 Honeyboy and Sassafras Curbstone Queries News Bulletins Grace Vitality 12:15
12:30 Merry Madcaps Farm and Home Hour Now and Then Mary Martin 12:30
12:45 “ “ “ “ " “ “ " The County Agent 12:45
1.00 Rhythm Parade Farm and Home Hour Music Only Afternoon Rhythms 1.66
1; 15 *■ “ . “ “ “ Luncheon Music 1:15
1:30 Larry Cotton Piano and Cello “ “ “ “ 1:30
1:45 Silverberg Ensemble Dot and Will _ “ _ “_ “ “ _ 1:45
~2:06"~ Matinee Musicale Words and Music Zeke's Gang Between Bookends 2:00
2:15 “ .. “ “ Happy Hollow 2:15
2:30 Mary Mason Music Guild John and Norma School of the Air 2:30
2:45 “ “ “ “ News—Music " " “ “ 2:45
"3:00 Forever Young Music Guild Afternoon Concert Business Women 3:66
3:15 Ma Perkins Eastman Symphony Happy Lewis Revue “ “ 3:15
3:30 Vic and Sade “ “ “ “ “ A. J. Stoddard 3:30
3:45 The O’Neills “ “ Dance Themes Mrs. M. N. Reardon 3:45
Too-, Woman’s Radio Review Betty and Bob Today’s Winners Salvation Army Band 4:00
4:15 “ " The Ranch Boys “ M. J. Julian 4:15
4:30 Sundown Revue Von Unschuld Piano Club “ " In Old Kentucky 4:30
4:45 jTintype Tenor Vocational Guidance “ “ _ “ “ _4^45
"STooTi Chasin’‘the Blues Evening Star Flashes Folio of Facts Evening Rhythms 5:66
5:15 | “ •• Tea Time “ “ Terry and Ted 5:15
5:30 Peter and Patsy Singing Lady “ “ Jack Armstrong 5:30
5:45 Chasin’ the BluesLittle Orphan Annie" *• The Goldbergs 5:45
P.M. EVENING PROGRAMS P.M.
6:00 Music—Sports Treasure Chest Today in Sports 'fhe Ace Reporter 6:00
6:15 Harry Richman “ " Talk—Music Arch McDonald 6:15
6:30 News—Music Bill Coyle Dance Music Mabelle Jennings 6:30
6:45 Musical Bulletin Lowell Thomas Dixie Harmonies Hawaiian Band 6:45
-7700- Amos ’n’ Andy Easy Aces Dinner Concert Myrt and Marge 7:00
7:15 Popeye the Sailor Nine to Five News Spotlight Musical Toast 7:15
7:30 Martha Mears Citizens' Federation Varieties Kate Smith 7:30
7:45 jack Randolph Dorothy Lamour “ _ Boake Carter_7:45
*8:00 Rudy-Vallee Pittsburgh Symphony Joe Holman Harve and Esther 8:00
8:15 •• •• “ 4‘ Five Star Final “ * 8:15
8:30 " 44 Music Is My Hobby Dance Music Bruna Castagna 8:30
8:45 •• “ “ “ “ Detective Stories “ 44 8:45
*9:00 Show Boat Death Valley Days Mary Penn, pianist The”Caravan 9:00
9:15 «• « “ 44 44 Patterns in Life 44 44 9:15
9:30 44 44 America’s Town Meeting WOL Concert Ed Wynn 9:30
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loToo- Bing Crosby America’s Town Meeting Wrestling Matches Heidt’s Brigadiers 10:00
10;15 .. .. .. .. •• .. .. •• .. 10:15
10:30 44 44 News Bulletins 44 44 March of Time 10:30
10:45 44 44 The Capitolians 44 44 Rep. Crowther 10:45
lLOO- Harold Nagel’s Orch. Slumber Hour Lewis and Young Guy Lombardo's Orch. 11:00
11:15 Arthur Reilly “ “ News Bulletins Dream Girl 11:15
11:30 Supper Club Party Minneapolis Symphony Bill Hayes’ Orchestra Isham Jones’ Orch. 11:30
11:45 ; 44 44 44 44 44 Voice in the Dark 44 44 11 :45
12TOO-1 Variety Show Shandor Sign Off News Bulletins 12:00
12:15 44 Sign Off George Olsen’s Orch. 12:15
12:30 Don Bestor’s Orch. Henry Halstead’s Orch. 12:30
12:45 : ’’ ____“_“_*2T45
*l7o(T Sign Off _Sign Off_L00
A.m. early programs tomorrow a.m.
~6 ool _ Elder Michaux 6:00
6:15 ! “ " 6:15
6:30 Gordon Hittenmark The Senator’s Visit 6:30
6:45' “ “_______“_"_6|45
7-00 ,Gordon Hittenmark Wake-up Club Musical Clock Sun Dial 7:00
7.15 •• •• “ “ “ “ “ “ 7:15
7 30 “ " “ •• “ * mm 7:30
7:45 « •* “ " Art Brown “ “ 7:45
"VlToo-! Gordon Hittenmark Morning Devotions Art Brown Sun Dial 8:00
8 15 I “ “ Wake-up Club " “ “ “ 8:15
8 30 ! “ “ Cheerio “ “ “ 8:30
8;45 i " “ mm mm 8;45
“g;00 Gordon Hittenmark News Bulletins Art Brown Sun Dial 9:00
9:15 The Streamliners Breakfast Club Song Shop Dear Columbia 9:15
g 30 j “ “ “ “ Police Fashes Sally at SwitchDoard 9:30
9:45 : “ “_“ “ News—Music Montana Slim _ 9:45
10:00 News—Happy Jack News—Music Views of the News , Josephine Gibson 10:00
10:15 Home, Sweet Home Edward MacHugh Merry-go-Round The Captivators 10:15
10:30 Mystery Chef Today's Children “ “ World’s Day of Prayer 10:30
10:45 Betty Crocker David Harum " “ Ozark Melodies 10:45
11:00 Grace Shannon Music Appreciation Merry-go-Round Cooking Close-ups 11:00
11:15 Musical Magician “ “ This ’n That Helen Trent Romance 11:15
11:30 | “ “ “ " Theater Row Just Plain Bill 11:30
11;45 Louis Rothschild** **Popular MelodiesRich Man's Darling 11:45
P.M._AFTERNOON PROGRAMS_P.M.
12:00 Martha and Hal |Simpson Boys Luncheon Concert Voice of Experience 12:00
12:15 Honeyboy and Sassafras Curbstone Queries News Flashes Musical Reveries 12:15
12:30 Merry Madcaps Farm and Home Hour Dance Music Mary Marlin 12:30
12:45 Jules Lande’s Ensemble “ “ Church of the Air How to Be Charming _12:45
"l:00_ i Soloist Farm and Home Hour Music Only j Afternoon Rhythms 1:00
1- 15 Concert Miniatures “ “ “ “ [Luncheon Music 1:15
1^30 Sammy Kaye's Orch. Edward Davies “ ■ “ “ 1:30
l'.45 I “ “ Dot and Will “ * [Music—News _1:45
”2:00~ Magic of Speech Words and Music Zeke's"Gang Between Bookends 2:00
2:i5 : “ “ .... - “ Happy Hollow 2:15
2 30 Mary Mason Clark Dennis Dance Music School of the Air 2:30
2- 45 i “ “ Education for Living News—Music | " 2:45
■jf-oeP Forever Young U. S. Marine Band Ballads Musicale 3:00
3:15 Ma Perkins “ “ Happy lewis’ Revue “ 3:15
3 30 Vic and Sade “ “ Musical Interlude Mark Warnow’s Orch. 3:30
3:45 The O'Neills King's Jesters_ “ “ “ “ 3:45
"iToo- Woman's Radio Review Betty and Bob Today s Winners Mrs. J. K. Pettinghall 4?00
4 15 “ “ The Ranch Boys “ “ U. S. Army Band 4:15
4:30 Sundown Revue Rod and Stream ■ “ Treasure Trove 4:30
4:45 •• “ Strolling Songsters " " Youth in Rhythm 4:45
*5700~ “Congress Speaks" Evening Star Flashes Folio of Facts " Evening Rhythms 5:00
5:15 “ “ Aunt Sue and Polly “ “ Terry and Ted 5:15
5:30 Tom MixSinging Lady" **_ Jack Armstrong5^30
MAJOR FEATURES AND PROGRAM NOTES.
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt will
open the "America’s Town Meeting”
symposium on WMAL at 9:30. Her
topic is "Young America Looks For
ward.”
Helen Keller, Douglas Fairbanks,
Jr.; Harriett* Hilliard and Ozzie Nel
son will contribute to Rudy Vallee's
Variety Show on WRC at 8 o’clock.
Fairbanks will play the lead in a
dramatic sketch. Miss Hilliard and
Nelson will sing a duet. Vallee will
interview Miss Keller.
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orches
tra will begin a new series of radio
concerts over WMAL at 8 o’clock.
Maria Jeritza, famous Viennese so
prano, will be the guest soloist. She
will sing “Ich Liebe Dich” and an
aria from Massenet’s ‘‘Herodiade.’*
Lotte Lehmann, American soprano
of the Metropolitan Opera Co., will
be the guest artist on the Music Hall
program with Bing Crosby on WRC
at 10 o'clock. She will sing a num
ber written for her by Emo Balogh,
her accompanist—“Do Not Chide Me.”
WJSV will broadcast a political
speech by Representative Crowther of
New York at 10:45 o’clock. “Re
ciprocal Tariffs” is his subject.
Schubert’s "Unfinished" eighth sym
phony will be featured by the Min
neapolis Symphony Orchestra during
its concert on WMAL at 8:30.
CHECK IS SUBMITTED
FOR RENTAL OF CANAL
Treasury Makes Annual Payment
of $250,000—Panama Demanded
Gold Last Year.
By the Associated Press.
The Treasury has submitted its an
nual check for $250,000 to the State
Department for transmission to the
Republic of Panama for rental of the
canal and other properties.
The Panama Republic last year re
fused a similar check, demanding pay
ment in gold instead of the dollars into
which the checks could be cashed.
This request in turn, was refused by
this Government.
The Panama government has re
fused since 1934 to accept the annual
American rental payment on the
ground that it was not made in gold
in amounts represented by the dollar
prior to the reduction in its gold
weight.
This issue is one of the points up
for settlement in negotiations for a
new treaty which today were believed
to be nearing a final conclusion.
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