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Capitals Radio Program
MONDAY'S PROGRAM. JULY 8, 1940.
P.M.! WMAL, 630k. I WRC, 950k. WOL, 1230k. | WJSV, 1460k.
12:00 Farm and Home Hour News—Tunes Luncheon Music (Goldbergs, serial
12:15 Between the Bookends Blue Plate Platters Walter Compton, news Alice Blair, serial
12:30 Clipper Ship—News Frankie Masters'Orch. Walkathon (Right to Happiness, sr.
J2:45 |News—Orchestra (Devotions |Joe Hart's Orch. (Road of Life, serial
1:00 N. B. C. Program Light oi World, serial Sports Page Young Dr. Malone, sr.
1:15 Jessie Wiley Vails Grimm's Dg'hter, ser. " " Joyce Jordan, serial
1:30 Navy Band Valiant Lady, serial " " Fletcher Wiley
1:45 ; " _Church Hymns_" _My Son and I, serial
2:00 Divorce Orphans, serial Mary Marlin, serial Songs—Sports Page (Society Girl serial
2:15 Honeymoon Hill, serial Ma Perkins, serial Sports Page News
2:30 Other Wife, serial Pepper Young's Fam. " " Tunes and Soloists
^2:45^Plain Bill, serial (Vic and Sade, serial " "
3:00 War News—Matinee Backstage Wife, serial Walter Compton, news(King Haakon, London
3:15 Club Matinee Stella Dallas, serial Sports Page AfternSon Serenade
3:30 I " " (Lorenzo Jones, serial " " Swing Unlimited
_3:45 Matinee—News (Widow Brown, serial ”
4:00 Rocky Gordon Girl Alone, serial Sports Page Johnny Salb, organ
4:15 Malcolm Claire Life's Beautiful, ser. " " Harpischordisl
4:30 (Stories for Children Church in Wildwood " ” Columbia Orchestra
_ 4:45 (Bud Barton, serial The O'Neills, serial ” " Dance Time
5:00 Evening Star Flashes (It's Five O'clock News—Music Dance-Time
5:15 (Jerry of Circus, serial) ’’ " Hugo Monaco's Orch. " "
5:30 Ear Teasers—Scores News—Tunes Superman, serial P. Sullivan, news
5:45 (Lowell Thomas, news (Some Like It Old Walkathon _The World Today
6:00 N. B. C. Program : Fred Waring s Orch. Sports Resume Amos & Andy, serial
6:15 Youth Tells Its Story European Roundup Walter Compton, news Lanny Ross
6:30 Sing Time Streamliner, music Lone Ranger, serial Blondie, comedy
6:45 News—Star Sports | " | " " | •• "
7:00 little 01' Hollywood Don Voorhees' Orch. F. lewis, jr„ news You Know Music!
7:15 " " | " " Englebert—Piano j ”
7:30 Merry Go Round Wallenstein Symph'ny Who Are You Pipe Smoking Time
. 7:45 I _I _Syncopation Variation Smoking—News
8:00 Green Hornet Dr. 1. Q. Quiz Show Mystery Hall Radio Theater
8:15 " " I " " • "
8:30 European News—Orch. Grant Park Concert St. Mary's Novena " "
8:45 iPaul Martin's Orch. | " j ” "
9:00 |T. R. Ybarra Continentals Quartet R. G. Swing, news Guy Lombardo's Orch.
9:15 j " " Who Knows
9:30 Diamond Dust Burns and Allen Romance in Rhythm News of War
9:45 Reading Adventures " " " " McDonald, sports
10:00 Ray Heatherton’s Or, News—Star Roof Jackpot Trout^E. C. Hill
|0:15 j " ” Sen. Dennis Chavez " ” Ina Ray Hutton s Orch.
10:30 Jimmy Dorsey's Orch. Baukhage, news Hews Louis Prime's Orch.
10:^5 I _ITommy Dorsey’s Orch. Walkathon _
11:00 News Roundup [Bill Crago, sports lHarry James' Orch. [Late News
11:15 Music You Desire [ Night Club | " " Dance Orchhstra
1):50 ” " Horace Heidt's Orch. [Blue Barron’s Orch. News, Henry King's Or.
11:^5_” Orchestra—News " " Henry King’s Orch.
12:00 News— Night Watch Sign Off Jack McLean's Orch. LeightoTn Noble's OT.
12:15 Night Watchman " " * "
17:30 " " Lonely Hour Dance Orchestra
15'^5 :___, " _Orchestra—News
1:00 News—Sign Off j_|Lonely Hour_|Weather—Sign Off
EVENING STAR FEATURES TODAY, WMAL
Star Flashes, latest news, with Bill Coyle; WMAL, 5:00 p.m.
Star Sports Review, sports dope by Michael; WMAL, 6:50 p.m.
THE EVENING'S HIGH LIGHTS
6:15 p.m.—WMAL, Youth Tells Its Story, presenting “Our Town
Wakes Up,” dramatization, with talks by Dr. Floyd
Reeves and Dr. Y. McClusky.
7:00 p.m.—WJSV, You Think You Know Your Music is the pro
gram and the experts and the laymen engage in a battle
of musical wits.
7:30p.m.—WOL, Dr. Pedigree traces the ancestry of Cecil B. de
Mille and gives tips on how to answer question, “Who
are you?”
7:30 p.m.—WRC, Margaret Speaks, soloist, sings selections from
Franz Lehar’s “Eva,'’ accompanied by orchestra directed
by Alfred Wallenstein.
8:00 p.m.—WJSV, Helen Hayes stars with Otto Kruger in “To the
Ladies.”
8:00 p.m.—WMAL, Another mystery thriller, starring A1 Hodge on
the Green Hornet.
9:00p.m.—WRC, Percy Faith guest conducts the orchestra and
singers in a program of romantic and gay Mexican
melodies.
9:30 p.m.—WOL. Chicago Opera searches for promising talent to
add to its company. Radio listeners' votes to decide.
SHORT-WAVE PROGRAM
5:30 p.m.—BERLIN, American Songs and Ballads. DJL, 15.11 meg.,
19.9 m.
6:30 p.m.—LONDON, Talk: “The Empire at War.” GSD, 11.75
meg., 25.5 m.; GSC, 9.58 meg., 31.3 m.
7:00 p.m.—MOSCOW, Broadcast in English. RV96, 15.24 meg., 19.9
m.; RNE, 12 meg., 25 m.
8:00 p.m.—RIO DE JANEIRO, Program in English. 10.22 meg.,
29.5 m.
9:30 p.m.—BERLIN, Club of Notions. DJL. 15.11 meg., 19.9 m.;
DJD, 11.77 meg., 25.4 m.; DXB, 9.61 meg., 31.2 m.
10:00 p.m.—ROME, News in English. 2R03, 31.15 m.; 2R04, 25.40
m.; 2R06, 19.61 m.
10:00 p.m.—GUATEMALA, Concert with First Military Band of Gua
temala. TGWA. 9.68 meg., 31 m.
10:30p.m.—BORDEAUX, Americans in Paris (Paris letter). Inter
views and dialogues. TP A. 11.72 meg.. 25.6 m.; TPB,
_11.84 meg., 25.33 m.; TPC, 9.52 meg., 31.51 m.
A M. TOMORROW'S PROGRAM
6:00 i Gordon Hittenmark Arthur Godfrey
6:15 " ” " "
6:30 Today's Prelude " " Art Brown " "
6:45 " " " " ! " ” - -
7:00 News—Prelude European Situation Art Brown News of Europe
7:15 Prelude—News Gordon Hittenmark " " Arthur Godfrey
7:30 Lee Everett ” " Walter Compton, news "
_J:45_" "_" _Songs—Art Brown Hugh Conover, news
8:00 Lee Everett News—Hittenmark .. Art Brown iWom'n of Courage, sr.
8:15 " " Gordon Hittenmark j ” " Magic Carpet
8:30 Earl Godwin, news j " " Walter Compton, news Store News
_8:45 Breakfast Club_! " ”_Art Brown_Bachelors Child., ser.
"*9:00 On the Mall Man I Married, serial Art Brown jKitty Kelly, serial
9:15 Vic and Sade, comedy Midstream, serial Mrs. Northcros: Myrt & Marge, serial
9:30 Mary Marlin, serial Ellen Randolph, serial Keep Fit to Music Hilltop House/serial
9:45 Ranch Boys, songs By Kathleen Norris_Walter Compton^ news Stepmother, serial
10:00 News—Brown Book David Harum, serial Jean Abbey Mary Lee Taylor
10:15 Clark Dennis, songs Road of Life, serial Traffic Court Life Begins, serial
10:30 Wife Saver Against Storm, serial Hits and Bits Big Sister, serial
10:45 Paradise Thunder_ Guiding Light, serial Johnson Family, serial Aunt Jenny's Stories
11:00 News—Doctor Says Woman in White, ser. Noon Tune Time iKate Smith-Speaks
11:15 Glenn Darwin Words and Music i " '' Girl Marries, serial
11:30 Farm and Home Hour Mary Mason .Helen Wyant, organ Helen Trent, serial
11:45 " " ! ” " Carters, serial Gal Sunday, serial
P.M. |
12:00 Farm and Home Hour News—Tunes Luncheon Music I Goldbergs, serial
12:15 Between Bookends Mrs. Roosevelt Walter Compton, news Alice Blair, serial
12:30 Clipper Ship—News Your Treat Walkathon Right to Happiness, sr.
9 2:45 i "_"_I Devotions John Agnew, organ Road of Life, serial
1:00 Streamline Journal Light of World, seriaT Sports- Page Young Dr Mai on 6,^7.
1:15 " " Grimm's Daughter, sr. " " Joyce Jordan, serial
1:30 Hoosier Hop Valiant Lady, serial ' " Fletcher Wiley
1:45 ;Merry Music_Church Hymns " I My Son and I, serial
2:00 Divorce Orphans, serial Mary Marlin, serial Sports Page Society Girl, serial
2:15 All-Star Ball Game Ma Perkins, serial " " All-Star Ball Game
2:30 " " Young's Family, ser. " j "
7:45 1 _Vic and Sade, comedy " | "
3:00 All-Star Ball Game Backstage Wife, serial Walter Compton, news All-Star Ball Game
3:15 " " Stella Dallas, serial Sports Page
3:30 " " Lorenzo Jones, serial "
3:45 " " Widow Brown, serial; " "
4:00 All-Star Ball Game I Girl Alone, serial Sports Page All-Star Ball Game
4:15 " " * Life's Beautiful j "
4:30 " " Church in Wildwood J " " Scattergood Baines
4:45 i '' "The O'Neill's, serial " " News
5:00 lEvening Star Flashes Ill's Five O'clock News—Capers {Take Up Time, music
5:15 | Jerry of Circus, serial " " Jimmy Allen, serial | " "
5:30 Ear Teasers—Scores News—Tunes Dinner Concert P. Sullivan, news
5:45 Lowell Thomas, news Some Like It Old Walkathon !The World Today
LETTER-OUT
1,,. . _T_T_, Letter-Out and It's a puzzler. «
IMAGINE |
2 WENCHES Letter-Out and avoid. ^
n ta-/-- Letter-Out and you're it south of „
3 GORGING the border. 5
A /-T-iv-T-r. » t Leetter-Out for spell.
4 CENTRAL 4
5T'rrr'TTT-r» I I Letter-Out and It Isn't yours. _
EITHER 5
Remove one letter from each word and rearrange to spell the word
called for in the last column. Print the letter in center column opposite the
word from which you have removed it. If you have “Lettered-Out” correctly
It’s cheery.
Answer to Saturday’s LETTER-OUT. *
Letter-Out
(L) LADLE—DEAL fa trade). •
(O) MOGUL—GLUM (he’s blue).
(D) DARNEL—LEARN (wise up).
(G) GLIMMERS—SLIMMER (she reduced).
(E) BEAVER—BRAVE (valiant).
Bedtime Stories
By THORNTON W. BURGESS.
With the approach of the first of
the Black Shadows and with all the
invited guests of Grandfather Frog
sitting around, Grandfather Frog
gave his signal for the surprise.
In an instant, Flitter the Bat
came awkwardly soaring above the
heads of all the little folk of the
Green Meadows and the Green
Forest and Grandfather Frog suc
ceeded in showing Billy Mink a
feathered friend who could do some
thing Billy Mink could not do.
Of course, Billy Mink had felt
very foolish when Flitter the Bat
had come sailing over the Smiling
Pool. Billy wished he hadn't
boasted that he can do anything
anyone else who wore fur can do.
When he made that foolish boast
he had not thought of Flitter the
Bat. Of course Grandfather Frog
had chuckled and chuckled when he
saw how foolish Billy Mink felt.
Peter Rabbit had laughed and
laughed with all the other little
meadow and forest people at the
look in Billy Mink's face when he
first caught sight of flitter the
Bat. Then into Peter's head popped
a funny little rhyme:
“Doesn’t like the sunshine;
Hangs up by his heels;
On the edge of darkness
Flitter darts and wheels.”
Peter often had wondered and
wondered how it happens that Flit
ter the Bat is the only one of all
the little animals who can really
fly. Now, as he watched Flitter
cutting up monkey shines over the
Smiling Pool, Peter Rabbit suddenly
gave a great sigh. Everybody heard
it and turned to look at Peter.
“Hello, Peter! Do you feel as
badly as all that?” asked Bobby
Coon.
“No,” replied Peter Rabbit, “No,
I don’t feel badly, t was just wish
ing—just wishing a foolish wish,
that’s all.”
“You're foolish most of the time,
aren’t you, Peter?” asked Jimmy
Skunk.
Peter Rabbit made a face at Jim
my Skunk, a good natured face,
you understand. “Anyway, I don’t
spend half my time wishing I could
find some beetles and bothering
every one I meet by asking them if
they’ve seen any,” replied Peter.
It was Jimmy Skunk's turn to look
a little foolish, but he laughed with
the others. Then he slapped Peter
Rabbit on the back.
"Tell us, Peter, what that fodlish
wish is?” he cried.
Peter Rabbit smiled. “It’s too
foolish to tell.” said Peter.
“Come on! Out with it!” shouted
Johnny Chuck.
“Well, if you must know, I’ll tell
you,” replied Peter Rabbit. “I was
wishing that I could fly like Flitter
the Bat.”
Everybody began to laugh as they
tried to picture to themselves how
Peter Rabbit with his long ears and
long legs would look flying, and
Peter laughed, too.
Now Reddy Fox, who is very, very
sly, as you all know, had been
watching Peter Rabbit all this time
and gradually creeping nearer and
nearer. “Peter will never suspect
danger here.” thought Reddy Fox,
and crept a few steps nearer. While
everyone was laughing at Peter
Rabbit’s foolish wish, Reddy Fox
crept up to a bunch of tall meadow
grass just behind Peter Rabbit.
Reddy began to lick his lips, for at
last he had Peter Rabbit within
reach. Just as Reddy prepared to
spring, something black passed over
his head and close to Peter Rabbit.
A funny, squeaking little voice
criett in Peter’s ear, “Jump, Peter
Rabbit! Jump!”
Peter jumped. He didn't wait to
ask why. He did what he was told
to do without waiting, and as he
jumped Reddy Fox landed right
where Peter Rabbit had been sit
ting. Then Reddy Fox started after
Peter Rabbit, but somehow every
one seemed to get in his wav. He
bumped into Bobby Coon. He had
to Jump over Jimmy Skunk. He
was tripped up by Digger the Badger.
Meanwhile Peter Rabbit had safely
reached the dear old Briar Patch.
Who had told Peter to jump?
Why, Flitter the Bat, of course.
POINTS F.OR PARENTS
By EDYTH THOMAS WALLACE.
Do not use "nerves” as an alibi.
Find out what is wrong with
yours.
This
Mother: “Doctor, I’ve come for a
check-up. I realize I’m not well or
small things would not annoy me so
much.”
Not This
1940 Tb* fUftotcr and Trltouna Syndicate “?ssn
Mother: “I can't help it, if I’m
cross. You know I’m just a bundle
of nerves and the children drive me
frantic!”
JOLLY POLLY
A Little Chat on English
By JOS. J. FRISCH.
I INTENDED TO HNJE ANSWERED
JUANITA'S LETTER LAST NIGHT.
JUANITA WON'T
• LET THAT BLOND
’5TEALHER FIANCE'
.SHE'LL DYE. FIRST.
R. C.—“I intended to answer Juan
ita’s letter last night,” is the correct
form, not “I intended to have an
swered Juanita’s letter last night.”
Obiously, one cannot answer a let
ter before one Intends to answer it.
THE RED KNIGHT ‘ m• th, Sunday star-, 16-pag• colored comic book.) By John J. Welch and Jack W. McGuire
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MOON MULLINS_ (Laugh ut Moon Mullins on Sundays, too, in the colored comic section.) By Willard
If PLUWB°0YTTOM|gf I DIDN'T SHE'S WOT. «KTnJL Pt* SrWie°' fl IN SOME BANH.MAYBE.’'
— FEELS QUITE =: KNOW SHESNOT. NICE TO KNOW Bf MOONSHINE. WHEN ELMO GOT ON TH'
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TARZAN (Keep up with Tartans thrilling adventures in the colored comic section of The Sunday Star.) |Jy EdnQT RiC6 BurrOUoHs
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IN SCHOOL TOMMY HAD BEEN A X'iw I. ,u Nix SEARCHING FOR THE FOUND IT WHEN HE
TARZEELA WAS COOLLY IN- STAR ATHLETE, BUT EVEN HIS TER- Yl IM l WILD GIRL, THOUGH I h^WFHALTFD ,
DIFFERENT TO THE FATE OF ROR*DRIVEN RACE WAS NO MATCH Vvl||k.\, HER TRAIL WAS CUN- ^ABRUP^T^lAGT
THE BOY. DID HE NOT BE- FOR THE LION'S FURIOUS CHARGE *« 1™^ NINGLY HIDDEN * LEDBVWI ?r/uc
LONG TO THE CAMP OF HER FOES? __1 SAW trVV*^Ar^*fc
SERGEANT STONY CRAIG (Stony Craig’s adventures appear every Sunday in the colored comic section.) By p|*Qnk R©ntfrOW Gild Dofl DicksOll
^GrEn^r7 ^-P00 SOUND UEDJHAt] AHMIBsW IT HAD BEEN ME 1 I BUT V/HEN YOU REALLY
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1AT MS j WITH DIFFERENT TO HAZARD^ A HERO YOU THINK YOU ARE- BRAVEST VJASN'T LOCKED UP FOR ■ PAY OFF IN Affi/liS
OFYOURf GADGETS UNTIL f|? ^frfpOST-^ JCHASEFW^ THING I A ANY- i TOUCHING THF Jj LIKE THIS, SEE ?
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DAN DUNN (Dan Dunn continues his fight against crime in the colored comic section of The Sunday Star.) By NorVTlQVI MqTSH
SHE INVITED ME DON'T BOTHER Mjj— fP§ST ROBBED ??^ f I WISH THERE WAS SOME WAV
TO DINNER" OH BOY; r ME, BOV- I UCY7 Opfu | t ,-rrf\itl'nil'T OF CONVINGNG IRWIN HE SHOULDN'T
am rav aw aav / gotta , \Ncvg oer/y ^ WHY/ IT COULDNT Be talk so much-* he's promised to
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MESCAL IKE (There’s real adventure in The Sunday Star’s 16-page colored comic book.) By S. L. Huntley
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US/HE THREW US PINHEAD PLAYED ON HIM/
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