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Radio Program
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12:00 Farm and Home
12:15 Between Bookends
12.30 News—Cuqat's Orch
_12:45 Jeno Barlal s Orch.
1:00 Marine Band
1:15 " "
1:30 The Munros
1:45 Midstream
2:00 Orphans of Divorce
2:15 Honeymoon Hill
2:30 John's Other Wife
_2:45 Just Plain Bill
3:00 Indians vs. Nats
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Blue Plate Platters
Vincent Lopez's Orch.
Devotions
LighT of World
i Mystery Man
|Valiant Lady
Grimm's Daughter
Against the Storm
Ma Perkins
Guiding Light
| Vic and Sade
Backstage Wife
[Stella Dallas
Lorenzo Jones
Widow Brown_
Home of Brave
[Portia Faces Life
, The Abbotts
[Treasury House Quiz
— WOl, 1,260k. —
We're Always Young
Government Girl
Front Page Farrell
I'll Find My Way
; Sports Page
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News—Sports Page
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Johnson Family
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Life's Beautiful
Woman in White
Right to Happiness
Road ot Life _
Young Dr. Malone
|Joyce Jordan
You're the Expert
Kate Hopkins _
C B. S. Program
Frank Parker
News—From Studio 3
Science Adventures
Columbia Concert Or.
C B. S. Program
Elinor Lee__
|Mary Marlin
The Goldbergs
The 0 Neills
jC. B. S. Program_
j;UO Needle Nerworn
5:15 " "
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5:45 Lowell Thomas
6:00 Easy Aces
615 Mr. Keen
6:30 Baukhage—Howard
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^7:00 Swiss Independence
7:15 " "
7:30 News of Industry
7:45 Gwen Williams
8:00 Grant Park Concert
8:15 " "
8:30 "Sgt. York" Premier
8:45 Ted Steele—N. Man
9:00 Hillman & Clapper
9:15 Listen to Liebort
9:30 Watergate Concert
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10:00 Good Neighbors
10:15 “ "
10:30 Henry A. Wallace
10:45 Shadow of Fu Manctu
~11:00 News—"Sgt. York"
11:15 Music You Want
11:30 " "
11:45 " "_
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Pleasure Time
News of World
Cugat Rhumba Revue
Housewarming
Got to be a God
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Rudy Vallee
Quiz o! Two Cities
News—Starlight Roof
Starlight Roof
i Barry Winton's Orth.
Ray Michael
Night Club
Woody Herman's Or.
Herman's Or.—News
' Sign Off
S. Parker s Circus
Cocktail Capers
News and Music
Jose Rosado s Orch.
Sports Resume
Fulton Lewis, Jr.
Confidentially Yours
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Wythe Williams
Sky Over Britain
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Sgt. Alvin York
F. Y. I.
Robin Hood Dell
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Cantor Shapiro
The Great Gunns
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Rep. Stephen A. Das
Moods in Music
Henry A. Wallace
News—Lomb'do's Or
Guy Lombardo's Orch.
News—Joy's Orch.
Jimmy Joy's Orch.
Orchs.—Dawn Patrol
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(Paul Sullivan
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(Amos and Andy
Hannon & Gibson
Marriage Club
1 Death Valley Days
■ Lewisohn Stadium Or.
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(Professor Quiz
Albert Warner _
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Arch McDonald
Swiss Independence
Master Works
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Orchestra—News
Weather-Sign Oft
EVENING STAR FEATURES.
Star Flashes: Latest morning news with Bill
Coyle, WMAL, 11 a.m.
THE EVENING'S HIGH LIGHTS.
WMAL. 7:00—The 650th Anniversary of
Swiss Independence. The medieval ceremonies
dating from 1290 A. D. are broadcast from the
heart of the Swiss Alps.
WJSV, 7:00—Death Valley Days: Story of
how a night watchman in the 1880 s heard a
holdup via sound waves as it was being com
mitted 35 miles away.
WRC, 7:00—Housewarming: Guest is Adolph
Henjou of the movies.
WINK, 7:30—Salute to the States; Minnesota
is m line for tonight's tribute.
WRC, 7:30—There's Got ta Be a God: Story
ot a typical college professor's life from youth
to old age.
WOL, 7:45—Sgt. Alvin York, in town for
the movie of his World War exploits, makes a
radio appearance with Gen. Lewis B. Hershey.
WRC, 8:00—Bing Crosby's Show: Crooner
Crosby bows for the summer. Guests in
clude Frank Leahy, Notre Dame athletic director;
Don Ameche and Mary Martin.
WMAL, 8:30, 11:05—Premiere of the new
movie "Sergeant York" at the Earle Theater.
WRC, 9:00—Rudy Vallees Show: Filmdom's
Billie Burke becomes an ever-drowning dowager
in the presence of two lovesick tifeguards,
named Vallee and Barrymore.
WMAL, 9:30—Watergate Concert: The finale
of the summer season conducted by Dr. Hans
Kindler.
WMAL. 10:00—Good Neighbors: Salute to
Cuba, with a talk by Cuban Ambassador Dr.
__TOMORROW'
Aurelio F. Concheso, Cuban music and back
ground.
WOL, 10:15—Representative Day of Illi
nois: "Union Now Proposals."
WMAL, 10:30: WOL. 10:45—Vice President
Wallace addresses a mass meeting in Burlington,
Iowa: "America, the Mighty."
WJ5V, 10:30—Swiss Independence Anni
versary: Transcription of the broadcast earlier
in the evening.
WMAL, 10:45—The Shadow of Fu Manchu:
First of a new series dealing with Sax Rohmer's
fictional character of crime and horror.
SHORT WAVE PROGRAMS.
BERLIN. 6:00—News in English; DJD. 11.77
meg , 25.4 m.; DZD, 10.54 meg., 28.5 m.;
DXP. 6.03 meg , 49.7 m.
MOSCOW, 7:00—Broadcast in English; RV96,
15.41 meg., 19.9 m„- RNE, 12 meg., 25 m.
BUDAPEST, 7:30—News in English; HAT4,
9.12 meg., 32.8 m.
LONDON, 7:45—Headline news and views,- !
GSC. 9.58 meg., 31.3 m.; GSD, 11.75 meg.,
25.5 m.
TOKIO. 8:05—News in English; JLU4, 17.79
meg.. 16.8 m.; JLG4, 15.10 meg., 19.8 m.
LONDON, 8:15—Democracy Marches; GSC,
9.58 meg., 31.3 m.; GSD. 11.75 meg.. 25.5 m.
ROME, 10:00—News in English; 2R03. 9.63
meg. 31.1 m.,- 2R04, It.81 meg., 25.4 m.;
2R06. 15.30 meg.. 19.6 m.
BERLIN, 10:30—News in English: DJD, 11.77
meg., 25.4 m.; DZD. 10.54 meg., 28.5 m„
DXP, 6.03 meg.. 49.7 m.
LONDON, 10:30—Radio newsreel; GSC, 9.58
meg., 31.3 m.; GSD, 11.75 meg., 25.5 m.
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7:15 Kibitzers Club
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* 8:00 Kibitzers Club
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8:30 " "
8 45 ” _'l _
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9:15 Breakfast Club
9:30 News—Women
9:45 Waltz Memories_
0:00 Pm Money
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11:15 Pin Money
11-30 Farm and Home
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Gordon Hittenmark
Betty and Bob_
Bess Johnson
Ellen Randolph
Bachelor's Children
'Road of life_
Mary Marlin
[Young's Family
Lone Journey
David Harum_
I The Bartons
Mary Mason
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Dawn Patrol
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Art Brown
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News—Art Brown
Art Brown
News—Art Brown
Art 3rown
Hsmemakers' Club
News—Homemakers
B. S. Bercovici, news
Mr. Moneybags
Melody Strings
Morning Serenade_
John Hughes, News
Rhythms of Day
Conservation Reporter
News and Music
Sun Dial
Farm Report—Dial
Arthur Godfrey
News of Europe
Arthur Godfrey
News Reporter
Arthur Godfrey
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Betty Crocker
By Kathleen Norris
Myrt and Marge
Stepmother
Woman ot Courage
Clark's Treat Time j
Man I Married
Big Sister
Auntjenny's Stories 1
Kate Smith Speaks
Girl Marries
Nelen Trent
Gal Sunday
12:00 Farm and Home
12 15 Between Bookends
12:30 News—Paradise Islt
12:45 Music—Reisers__
~1:00' Fantasy in Melody
1:15 " "
1:30 The Munros
1:45 Midstream _
“~2:00 OTphans of Divorct
2:15 ,Honeymoon Hill
2 30 John's Other Wife
2:45 'Just Plain Bill __
3:00 White Sox vs. Nats
3 15 " "
3 30 " "
3 45 " "
4:00
4:15 “ ”
4 30 ” ”
4 45_ " _
00 Needle Network
5:15 " " L ,
5 30 Network—Michael
5:45 LoweNJhomas_
*^6:00 Bridge to Yeslerda)
6:15 Radio Magic
6-30 Baukhage—Howard
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INews—Tunes
Blue Plate Platters
News—Lopez's Or.
.Devotions _
Light of World
Mystery Man
Valiant Lady
Grimm's Daughter_
Against the Storm
Ma Perkins
Guiding Light
Vic and Sade_
Backstage Wife
Stella Dallas
Lorenzo Jones
Widow Brown_
Home of Brave
Portia Faces Life
The Abbotts
W. P. A. Music
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Streamliner
Pleasure Time
News of World
Claude Mahoney
Shall We Waltr
We’re Always Young
Government Girl
Front Page Farrell
I'll Find My Way
Sports Page
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| Sports Page
j Johnson Family
Sports Page
Test Stakes
' News—Sports Page
i Sports Page
iS. Parker's Circus
|Cocktail Capers
'News and Music
Jose Rosado's Orch._
Sports Resume
Fulton Lewis, Jr.
Lone Ranger
Life's Beautiful
Woman in White
Right to Happiness
Road of Life_
Young Dr. Malone
Joyce Jordan
You're the Expert
Kate Hopkins
News for Women
Frame Parker
News—From Studio 3
From Studio 3_
Book Lady
Junior Jamboree
Elinor Lee _
Mary Marlin
The Goldbergs
The O'Neills
C. B. S. Program
Nancy Dixon
Magic Carpet
Paul Sullivan
World Today_
Amos and Andy
Hannon & Gibson
American Cruise
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1.45 Consolettes
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o 05 Do You Remember
2 30 House of McGregor
2:45 WINX Auditions
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3:15 District W P A.
3 30 1 3 WINX Club
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4 05 13 WINX Club
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5:05 A. F. G. E
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8 15 Sports Parade
8 30 Dinner Music
7 OOWineo Reporting
7 05 What's Your Speed?
7;15 Classic Echoes
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8:00 News
8:05 Evening Mlisicale
8:30 Bovs’ Town
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0:05 Rhythm Strings
9:13 Tailwaggers' Club
9:30 Don Baker’s Orch.
9:45 E.ve Openers
10:00 Between Headlines
10:15 Wrestling Matches
10:35 Weather Bureau
10:30 Wrestling Matches
11:00 News _
11:15 Music to Dream By
11 ,30 Melody Serenade
13:00 Midnight News Reel
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8:15 Newscast
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9:30 Time Out for Charm
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3 0:05 For Women Only
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11:05 Music Ads
11:15 Navy Band
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1:00 News
1:00 Luncheon Music
1 30 The 1450 Club
1:55 A P News
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2 55 A P News
3 on Books and News
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3 15 Evangeline Tully
3:30 J. H. Hall. Songs
3:45 News Views
3:55 A P. News
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4 45 Rhythmaires
4 55 A P News
5 tin Number Please
5 15 Personality Plus
5.3n Margaret Williams
5 45 Melody Moments
5 55 A P News. Weathe:
6 tin Snorts Digest
6 :15 Merry Go-Round
6:30 Georee D Riley
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10:45 Interlude
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11:30 Nocturne
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11:00 Books and News
11:05 Morning Matinee
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12 15 Melody Parade
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Bedtime Stories
Bv THORNTON W. BURGESS.
Peter Rabbit never will forget his
surprise when Jenny Wren asked
him one morning if he had seen
anything of her big cousin. Peter
hesitated. As a matter of fact he
couldn't think of any big cousin of
Jenny Wren. All the cousins Peter
knew anything about were very near
Jenny’s own size.
Now Jenny Wren is one of the
most impatient small persons in the
world. "Well, well, well. Peter, have
you lost your tongue?” she chattered.
"Can't you answer a simple question
without taking all day about it?
Have you seen anything of my big
cousin?”
"You needn't be so cross about it
if I am slow,’’ replied Peter. "I’m
just trying to think who your big
cousin is. I guess, to be quite hon
est, I don't know him.”
"Don't know him! Don't know
him!" sputtered Jenny. "Of course
you know him. You can t help but
know him. I mean Brownie the
Thrasher.”
In his surprise, Peter fairly jump
ed right off the ground. "What's
that!” he exclaimed. "Since when
was Brownie the Thrasher related
to the Wren family?”
"Ever since there have been any
Wrens and Thrashers,” retorted
Jenny. “Brownie belongs to one
branch of the family and I belong
to another, and that makes him
my second cousin. It certainly is
surprising how little some folks
know.”
“But I have always supposed he
belonged to the Thrush family,” pro
tested Peter. “He certainly looks
like a Thrush.”
"Looking like one doesn't make
him one," snapped Jenny. “By this
time you ought to have learned that
you can never judge anybody just
by looks. It always makes me pro
voked to hear Brownie called the
Brown Thrush. There isn't a drop
of Thrush blood in him. But you
haven’t answered my question yet.
Peter Rabbit; I wrant to know if
he's here yet.”
“Yes.” said Peter, “I saw him yes
terday on the edge of the Old Pas
ture. He was fussing about in the
bushes and on the ground and jerk
ing that long tail of his up and down
and sidewise as if he didn't know
what to do with it. I've never seen
anybody twitch their tail around the
way he does.”
Jenny Wren giggled “That's just
like him.” said she. “It is because
he thrashes his tail around so much
that he is called the Thrasher. I
suppose he was wearing his new
spring suit.”
“I don't know whether or not it
was new. but it was mighty good
looking,” replied Peter. “I just love
that beautiful reddish-brown of his
back, wings and tail, and it certaily
does set off his white and buff waist
coat with its dark streaks and spots.
You must admit that any one seeing |
him dressed so like the Thrushes
is to be excused for thinking him a
Thrush.
POINTS FOR PARENTS
By EDYTH THOMAS WALLACE.
A little ingenuity on mothers
part may change a small hinderer
into a real helper.
This_
Mother—"Mary, you may hang up
the handkerchiefs on the low line |
while I hang un the big pieces
Not This |
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Mother—Do go and play and quit
teasing me to help. You're too little
to hang up clothes.
SONNYSAYINGS
Folks is ’plainin' quite a lot ’bout
the heat!
The new world center for “mar
bles" is West Virginia, where they
are made of glass. Real marbles
are not to be had on the general
market now. since they were hand
cut and polished in Germany and
Czecho-Slovakia, from chalcedony.
THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
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LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE (More of Orphan Annie's thrilling adventures in the colored comic section of The Sunday Star.) -By Horold GfOV
THE'CHIEF''CAN
BUT WHY \ SEE IN THE DARK
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UNCLE WILLIE'.
MAMIE CHASESHlMOUT
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BROOM AND THEN SHE
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TARZAN (Keep up with Tarsan’s thrilling adventures in the colored comic section of The Sunday Star.) -By EdgOf Rice Burroughs
AS N/ILYENO grabbed at mer,
2.EELA'S' UNCERTAINTY TURNED
TO ANGER.
DODGING NIMBLY, Sue DROVE A BLOW
TO HER TORMENTORS CHIN.
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SERGEANT STONY CRAIG (There * plenty of adventure in 7 he Sunday Star's lb-pat* colored comic book.) —By Frank H. RentfrOW, U.S.M.C.
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DAN DUNN (Dan Dunn continues his fight against crime in the colored comie section of The Sunday Stai J —Bjf NoriflOn MorsH
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WHEN SHES BETTER?
THE NEBBS (You’ll tnfoy the Nebbs just as much in the colored comic section of The Sunday Star.) —By Sol Hess
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Mum takes only 30 sec
onds to use.
Risk of underarm odor
is prevented for hours.
An effective, soothing,
smooth cream.
Does not stop perspira
tion.
Will not irritate sensi
tive skin, even after un
derarm shaving.
Won't harm clothing.
Crtt Mum today .
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11
l'M GLAD
ANN plDNT
MINCE WORDS'
A GIRL NEEDS
MUM! A BATH
is Only for past
PERSPIRATION — BUT
Mum PREVENTS ODOR
TO COME. MUM'S MVCNAUM
WORD FROM NOW ON —
FOR EVERY DAV. DATE
AND DANCE.'
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