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: LEWIS WILL SPEAK
Labor Leader to Be Heard Over WJSV at 9:30. Zimmy to Talk. AN AUGMENTED symphony or chestra, conducted by Roy Shield, central division musi cal director of the National Broadcasting Co., will present a con cert from Grant Park, Chicago, through WMAL tonight, beginning at 10.15. Noble Cain's A Cappella Choir and Vivian Della Chiesa, N. B. C. so prano and Chicago Civic Opera star, also are to be heard during the pro gram. s High lights of the program are to be the "Triumphal March" from Verdi's opera, 'Aida"; “Pines of Rome," by Respighi; Rossini's “Taran tella.” Tschaikowsky's “Waltz of the Flowers." "Pleurez Mes Yeux,” by « Massenet, and Byzzi-Peccia's “La Nina Querida.” JOHN L. LEWIS, C. I. O. leader, % speaks on the subject, “What the C. I. O. Offers Labor,” over the Co lumbia chain and WJSV tonight, with the local outlet scheduling the address for 9 30. gCHUBERT'S ‘‘Cradle Song” is the cello solo to be played by Lucien Bcmidi during the Service concert to night—WRC at 7 o'clock. Lucille Manners' principal contribution is the "Gypsy Song,” from Bizet s "Carmen.” QRSON WELLES' projection of Vic Hugo's novel, "Les Miserables," will be concluded tonight when the seventh episode is presented over WOL st 8:30. tf^HARLElS ZIMMY. legless swimmer who claims the endurance record for progress in the water, has been scheduled to face the microphone dur ing the program beginning at 8 o'clock over WMAL. A Florida fisherman who was robbed, then aided, by a river, also is to present his story. J^ENNY BAKER. Frank McHugh and Jessell are to present a radio ver sion of the recently released motion picture. "Mr. Dodd Takes the Air." in Hollywood Hotel, a WJSV feature, heard at 8 o'clock. ■-•--—-——_ * 33.902.337 Coins Minted. The Nation's mints turned out 33. 902 337 new coins, valued at $2,580. 125.55. during August. This repre sented a sharp drop under August a year ago, when the output was 62, 442.930 coins valued at $4,502,466. ► . GIRL DIES, BUT ‘LUNGS’ LIFT HOPE FOR OTHERS Two Devices Are Available in Denver to Prevent New Crisis in Disease. By the Associated Press. DENVER, September 3—An ade quate supply ol mechanical devices to combat infantile paralysis brought a measure of confidence to doctors—and parents—of this region today despite the victory claimed by the disease. Two extra mechanical lungs were available today to prevent a recurrence of the appalling situation which de veloped Monday when 2'2-year-old Shirley Krause and Maybelle Outcalt, 15. both required treatment in the only mechanical breather in the Rocky Mountain area. The Outcalt girl, although she had i been given almost exclusive use of the device, died yesterday. Her death followed by only a few hours an overnight race by plane and streamlined train to bring the addi | tional "lungs" here. Boy Climbs Matterhorn Rols Glatt, a 14-year-old Boy Scout of Geneva, has climbed the Matter i horn and is believed to be the youngest lad to conquer the 14,"82-foot peak. Mare's milk is used extensively in Russia to manufacture alcoholic drinks. Dorothy Thompson to Speak Oct. 5 on “Status of Free Speech.” Dorothy 'Riompson, columnist for The Star, has accepted an invita tion to speak on the New York Her ald-Tribunes 1937 Forum on "Current Problems,” to be held October 4-5 at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York. Miss Thompson will summarize the second session, which will be devoted to “The Status of Free Speech in the World Today.” Press censorship under dictator ships abroad is one of the subjects to be discussed in the forum. An American journalist, not yet named, will analyze the results of press con trol in dictatorship countries. A lead ing British publisher will describe England’s self-imposed press censor ship which functioned with such dramatic results just prior to * the abdication of King Edward VIII. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt will formally open the forum proceedings, and the President, according to his present plans, will bring them to a close. Other sessions of the forum will be devoted to the problems of youth, proposed changes In government and the status of war in the world today. Among those who are scheduled to appear on the same program with Miss Thompson will be James G. Stahlman, president of the American Newspaper Publishers’ Association; Dr. John H. Finley, editor of the New York Times; Harold Cross, pro fessor of libel law at the Columbia School of Journalism; Alexander A, Troyanovsky, Ambassador from the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics to the United States, who will speak for government press control in Rus sia, and Dr. Friedrich E. Auhagen, who will discuss the same subject from — - . — . - _1 the German National Socialist party point of view. Sleeper Routed by Fire. EVANSTON, 111. (&>).—When a fire engine raced up to a parked automo bile, one of the firemen opened the car door and shook the occupant. "Wake up," he said, "and get out of here.” "Huh?" "Get out. The seat’s on fire.” So Willie Partee, 26. the occupant looked down, and sure enough—a blaze was burning brightly near the‘seat of his pants. Nearly 127,000,00(r pounds of rice will be imported into the Philippines this year. MARTHA RAYE TO FILE SUIT FOR DIVORCE TODAY Bride of Three Months Will Charge Husband With “Ex treme Cruelty.” Br the Associated Press. HOLLYWOOD, September 3 — Martha Raye, hi-de-ho film singer and bride of three months, will file suit today for divorce, her attorney said, charging Beautician Wallace (Buddy) Westmore with “extreme cruelty.” Attorney Vincent A. Marco’s admis sion that the suit was prepared cul minated days of denial by the wide mouthed comedienne that she and her 21-year-old husband would part. Marco declined to elaborate on the nature of the charges. Westmore, youngest of the five West more brother make-up experts, took Miss Raye to Las Vegas, Nev., May 30, to be married. She is 20. .—-•-— Japan's Socialist People's party claims a membership of 300,000. Air Headliners Afternoon Programs. S :00p.m.—WMAL, Club Mati nee. 4:45 p.m.—WMAL, Evening Star Plashes. Evening Programs. 7:00 p.m.—WRC. Service Hour; WJ8V, Broadway Vari eties. 8:00 p.m.—WJSV. "Hollywood Hotel"; WMAL, Robert L. Ripley. 8:30 p.m.—WOL, "Les Miser ables." 9:00 p.m.—WRC. "The First Nighter"; WMAL, Tom my Dorsey's Orchestra. 10:15 p.m.—WMAL, Promenade Concert. 10:30 p.m.—WOL, Art Brown. 11:15 p.m.—WMAL, Slumber Hour. Short-Wave Programs. 7:30 p.m.—Talk on Nuremberg, DJD. 25.4 m., 11.77 meg. 8:00 p.m.—CARACAS, F'amllia Buche y Pluma, YV5RC, 51.7 m, 5.8 meg. 10:00 p.m.—"The Wool Industry,” GSG. 16.8 m„ 17.79 meg.; GSI, 9.6 m., 15.26 meg.; GSD. 25.5 m, 11.75 meg.; GSB, 31.5 m., 9.51 meg. CAPITAL'S RADIO PROGRAM TODAY’S PROGRAM SEPTEMBER 3, 1937 P.M. [ WMAL—630k. | WRC—950lt. ] WOL—1,310k. | WJSV—1,460k. 2:00 Radio Guild Pepper Young Wakeman’. Sports Concert Hall 2:15 “ “ Ma Perkin. " “ 2:30 Vic and Sade * “ Three Console. ^2:45 “ The O’Neill. " •• •• 3:00 Club Matinee Lorenzo Jone. New. Buletins | Bob Byron 3:15 ^ ^ Mountain Boy Wakeman’. Sport. Souvenii. 3:30 ^ ^ Joan Edward. Texas Jim Lewi. Bon Voyage t 3 :45 ** **_The Guiding Light jWak eman i Sport* ! ** 4:00 Fall Fa.hions j Arthur Lang W'akeman’i Sport. Friends' Conf. 4:15 E.corts and Betty The Heintze. 4:30 Symphonic Choir [Don Winslow “ “ Doris Kerr 4:45 Even'g Star Fla»hes: Jackie Heller_’* _(Funny Things 5:00 Education i New. ; Sundowu Revue W ashboard Blues Evening Rhythms 5 :15 H. Kogen s Orch. Barry McKinley j Cocktail Caper. (Tennis Single. 5:30 TeaTime [News—Music i " “ New.—Sports 5:45, Lowell Thomas Chasing Blues [ Johnson Family (Wm. E. Dodd 6:00 Mary Small Amos n Andy Wakeman s Spelts Poetic Melodies 1 6:13 Evening Album j Uncle Ezra , Five Star Final Arch McDonald 6:30 News Bulletins G. Haenschen's Or. Dinner Concert Jay Fre-man's Or. 6:451 Human Relations Ink Spots_ News—Music j Boake C arter 7:00 Royalist. Service Concert Regatta Preview IMusic Hall 7:15 Elza Schallert Dance Music 7:30 Death Valley “ “ Flappy Felton's Or. Hal Kemps Or. 7=45_” ’’ " "_Let'. Play Game. I “ ’ 8:00 Robert Ripley Waltz lime Detective Mystery Hollywood Hotel 8:15 8:30 Freshmen Human Relations “Les Miserable.” _8:45 N. B. C. Program ** *' M M 9:00 Tom Dorsey'. Or. First Nighter Andy Iona's Or. . Concert Hall 9:15 " •• •• 9:30 Organ Reveries Jimmy Fidler Curtain Time John L. Lewi. 9:45 Stringing Along | Dorothy Thompson “ “ 10:00 George R. Holmes New.—Mu.ic Curtain Time P. Napoleon'. Or. 10:15 Concert Supper Dance M. Alpert’s Orch. ** 10:30 ” '■ Les Brown'. Orch. Art Brcwn Count Bisie's Or. 10:45 “ “ I " " “ “ •• 11:00 News Bulletins I Sports Review I New.—Cummin. Arch McDonald 11:15 Slumber Hour [Henry Busses Or. IB. Cummin.' Orch. 11:30; Midnight Frolic Fred Waring'. Or. News—Fiorito • 11:43___J_ i_i Ted Fionjo . Or. 17;00 Night Watchman (Sign 04 Happy Felton's Or. The Witching Hour 17:30; Joe Sander'. Or. Sign 04 17:4^1_Sander.—New. 1 :00 j Night Watch., I hr. j ' (Light. Out j A M. I TOMORROW’S PROGRAM. 6:00 Gordon Hittenmark 6:15 . 6:30 “ Sun Dial Jf>:45 __" “ _ •• 7:00 Today's Prelude Gordon Hittenmark! Musical Gock Sun Dial 7:15 7:30 “ - “ “ News-Art Brown “ - 7:45 " - " -_Art Brown_“ - 8:00 Breakfast Club News—Hittenmark Art Brown News—Sun Dial 8:15 " “ Gordon Hittenmark “ " Sun Dial 8:30 Bkfst. Club—News " “ “ “ " “ 8:45 Myriad Voices** _News—Art Brown “ 9:00 Air Sweethearts Charioteers Singing Strings Civic Forum i 9:15 Melodic Cameos Good Morning Morning Concert " 11 9:30 News Bulletins Children's Frolic Norm. Brokenshire Let’s Pretend 9:45 Bill Krenz's Orch. “ “_" “_" “_ 10:00 Patricia Ryan Myriad Voices Norm. Brokenshire Kiddie Program 10:15 Minute Men “ “ . “ “ 10:30 H. Nagel’s Orch. Mystery Chef U. S. Army Band “ “ 10:45 " “_Melody Men_“ “_" "_ 11 :00 Call to Youth Continentals Popular Medley News—Songs 11:15 Three Marshalls “ “ “ " Orientate 11:30 Bavarian Orch. Concert Ensemble Theater Row George Hall's Or. 11:45 “ “ “ Elinor Sherry “ “ 12:00 Strings and Things News—Music Dance Music Captivators 12:15 News Bulletins Escorts and Betty News—Music H. B. Derr 12:30 Farm 4c Home Hr. Campus Capers Orson Tucker's Or. Jimmie Shields 12:45__“ _Bob and Vera 1 :00 Farm & Home Hr. Buffalo Is Host Gold Cup Race Afternoon Rhythms 1:15 “ “ " “ “ “ Ann Leaf 1:30 D. Fermando's Or. Golden Melodies “ “ 1:45 The Cadets_*_“_Tours in Tone > 2:00 Whitney Ensemble Concert Air Races By Herman's 2:15 “ Wakeman's Sports “ " 2:30 The Caballeros Grieg Piogram " “ Song Stylists' 2:45_ _______ Mellow Moments 3:00 Club Matinee Grieg Piogram Wakeman's Sports Dictators 3:15 " " Enid Mitchell The Bay shore 3:30 “ * Will Bryant's Orch. The Stouybrook Dancepalors 3:45 “ “_“_“_•' “_“_“_ 4:00 Variety Show Vagabond Wakeman's Sports Old Melodies 4s 15 " '• “ “ " •' ” “ 4:30 Dible Lesson The Kindergarten “ " Lakes Review 4:45 Evening St. Flashes “ “ " " 5:00 Piano Recital Top Hatters Cocktail Capers Lakes Review 5115 Nickelodeon “ “ “ “ Tennis Singles 5:30 To Be Announced News—Music J. Messner’s Orch. News Sports K ■' i. 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