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Radio Program
Last-minute changes tn THE EVENING STAR,
radio programs some- -—,-»
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—— WJWl, oiw-WK, 910k-WOl, 1,260k-WIRX, 1,340k.-WWW, 1,450k-WTOP, 1,5000.—
:00 ] Chatham Shopper First Piano Quartet INews, Billy Repaid News—Symphony Alice Lane News—lei's Prelend
U:15 j Bud Ward Classical Music Easy Rhythm Symphony Hour Rosebud Jr. Chorus let’s Pretend
:30 | Alexandria Ed McConnell News—Hi-Lites " " Junior Amateurs Fashions in Rations-.
:45 1 On the Air Adventure Tale Scratches,- Music " " Talent Show Billie Burke
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:00 News, Evans News—Novelette Hello Mom News Dixieland Jamboree Theater of Today
10:15 Ear Teasers Consumer Time Santa Ana Band luncheon Music " " G. Fitzgerald
l4u;30 Farm-Home Makers Parade of Stars luncheon Music Weather—Music News—Jamboree Stars Over Hollywood
_:45 Variety Show Look to This Day Red Cross Reporter Once Upon a Time Oixieland Jamboree Lionel Stander
1:°D Nail. Children's Frolic Rhythms for News,- Russ Hodges News All-Sports Parade Grand Centra! Station
= 15 Talent Show Saturday Scratches,- Hodges Musical Bouquets Tony Wakeman Grand Central—News
:30 The Little Show The Baxters Luncheon With Lopez " " All-Sports Parade Report to Nation
:45 News, Evans War Telescope " " " " _ Tony Wakeman _ " "_
:00 Metropolitan Opera These Are Our Men News; Russ Hodges News—Club All-Sports Parade Mildred Bailey Co.
2:15 "Don Giovanni" - Franchot Tone Russ Hodges Club Caravan Tony Wakeman Jam Session
:30 Ezio Pinza All-Am. Scoreboard Dance Music " " All-Sports Parade Carolina Hayride
_:45_ Florence Kirk " " *'_" _Tony Wakeman__Folk Songs_
:00 Eleanor Steber " " Russ Hodges News Roundup All-Sports Parade Matinee in
3:15 Bidu Sayao ” " " T for Two Tony Wakeman Rhythm
:30 Salvatore Baccaloni " " Arctic Ribbon " " All-Sports Parade Syncopation Piece
_:45 _ Mack Harrell “ " Far North Report " ” Tony Wakeman " " _
:0° Mllton Cross " “ RusTHodges News^Concert All-Sports Parade Report From Wash.
4:15 John W. Davis ^ Airline Trio Concert Moderne Tony Wakeman Report From Overseas
:3Q Ro» Hodges Jam for Supper All-Sports Parade Assignment Home
_:4S • Radio Reporter .. " " Tony Wakeman Rehabilitation
=00 " ” Grand Hotel with Dance Music News—Music Hall Band of Day Philadelphia Orch.
5:15 „ „ Barbara Luddy Sports Parade Music Hall All-Sports Parade Eugene Ormandy
•30 John W. Vandercook Stoney McLmn " " News—Wakeman Claudio Arrau
.45 Hello Sweetheart Curt Massey s Co Dance Music " " All-Sports Parade " "
:00 News—First Call News—Leif Eid Sports Resume News Roundup Dance Music Mahoney; Costello
6:15 First Call—Sports Musicade News—Music Dinner Music " " People's Platform
:30 Martin Agronsky Music; D. Bergman Hawaii Calls " " Richard Eaton Discussion Program
:45 Miss Flowers Show News—Bennett Modern Melodies " " AM-Sports Parade World Today; News
:00 Wismer’s Sport Show” World's Great Novels American Eagle NewTRoundup Dale Crowley's Mayor of the Town
7=15 Leland Stowe Dramatized in Britain Pop Concert Bible Quiz [. Barrymore
;30 Sammy Kaye Ellery Queen,- Guest, Evening Serenade Dance Time News—Time's F'llness America in the Air
_:45 Musical Show_Ilka Chase_Music and Lyrics ” Fullness of Time Drama,- Music
:00 Early American Music Gaslight Gayeties: News, Frank Singiser News—Music Star Parade Kenny Baker
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:30 Boston Symphony Truth or Consequences Detroit Symphony Harmony Hall News—1450 Club The FBI in Peace
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ON THE AIK TODAY.
WMAL, 2:00—Mozart's "Don Giovanni"
with Ezio Pinza, Florence Kirk, Eleanor Steber
and Bidu Sayao in the leading roles. Today's
Victory Rally speaker is former Ambassador to
Great Britain John W. Davis.
WTOP, 4:30—On the premiere broadcast of
this show Lt. Gen. Brehon Somervell discusses
the rehabilitation of discharged servicemen.
WTQP, 5:00—Claudio Arrau, Chilian pianist,!
plays Liszt’s "Piano Concerto Ho. 2 in A
Major."
WRC, 7:00—Balzac s "Lo Porn Goriot"
dramatized.
WTOP, 8:00—Starlet June Allyson visits.
WMAL, S: 30—Tschaikovsky's "Fifth Sym
phony."
WOL, 8:30—Two Bach chorales and Brahms’
"St. Anthony Variations" comprise the program.
WRC, 10:00—Pitsy Kelly auditions (or
lauritz Melchior.
WOl. 10:00—Strauss' "A Waltz Dream"
presented.
WTOP, 10:15—A new comedy show witth
Al Pearce as Elmer Blurt.
WMAl, 10:30—Herbert Marshall searches
the tulip beds of Holland for a girl wearing
wooden shoes.
WARTIME WASHINGTON—Night Out
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Marriage License
Applications
Under D. C. laws, couples must
apply for a marriage license on
one day, wait three full days and
receive their license on the fifth
day. Sundays and holidays are
counted the same as other days.
George Fouche, 30. 1338 Newton it. n.w.,
and Margaret Brooks. 30, Blue Plains.
Albert Des Troismaisons. 29, 1322 19th st.
n.w., and Esther Barabe. 21, 1721 19th
st. n.w.
Christiano Saugo, 21. Forest Glen. Md.,
and Bettye Broune, 21, 1300 Kenyon
st. n.w.
Vernon Zick. 19. Camn Lejeune, N. C„ and
Ruth Milstead. 20. 105 Beyer rd. s.w.
Clarence Spurlock. 19, Camp Bowie. Tex.,
and Grade Dowdy. 19, 2155 L st, n.w.
Roger Blake, 24. and Virginia Tipton, 21.
both of Fort Belvoir. Va.
Wesley Smoot, 39, 1332 11th st. n.w.. and
Nora Wilks, 42. 1500 6th st. n.w.
Alton Jackson, 22, 503 4th at. s.w., and
Mary Boyd, 19. 337 H st. s.w.
Gladwell Cureton. 21, 206 K st. s.e., and
Isabelle Murphy. 18, 1114 K st, s.e.
Collier Buffington. jr., 25. Quantlco. Va..
and Betty Newton. 18, 8707 Woodley
rd. n.w.
Herman Streger. 44. 1501 Mass. ave. n.w.,
and Esther Spiegel, 33, Brooklyn. N. Y.
Charles Vanderhuff. 30. and ■ Virginia
Walker. 24, both of 1314 14th st. n.w.
Russell Pittenger, 24, 182B H st. n.w., and
Jean Cox. 18. 1339 Oak st. n.w.
James Mitchell. 23, Bolling Field, and
Ethel Langston, 20, Wilmington, N. C.
Herbert Grotsky. 21. North Beach. Md.,
and Doris Dunn. 21, 118 12th st. s.e.
Frank Bransom. 28. 708 Taylor st. n w.,
and Audrey McClure, 21, 1477 Newton
st. n.w.
Robert Jenson. 55. 520 'Whittier st. n.w.,
and Helyn Lewis, 42, 1829 Bay st. s.e.
Ernest Kachlkis, 22. 1349 Maryland ave.
n.e.. and Norma Smith, 21. WAVE Quar
ters D. Mass, and Nebraska aves. n.w.
Virgil Turner. 22. 1349 Maryland ave. n.e..
and Marjorie Glancy. 21, WAVE Quarters
D. Massachusetts and Nebraska aves. n.w.
James Bradley, 29. 1010 Massachusetts
ave. n.w., and Lee Richardson, 18, 1747
A st. s.e.
John Tretick, 30, 702 9th st. n.w.. and
Helen Phillips. 26, 4904 Edmunston rd.,
Hyatlsville. Md.
Russell Curry. 27, Oakland. Calif., and
Patricia Booher, 20. 3933 Fordham rd.
n.w.
James Woodside. 20. Statesville. N. C., and
Evelyn Samples. 20. 3428 26th st. n.e.
William Whelan. Jr., 22, Quantlco. Va., and
■ Virginia Henderson, 20, 2817 Connecti
cut ave. n.w.
B. P. Cooper, 25. and Wanda Sandefur, 18.
both of Lynchburg. Va.
Dinaraico De Rosa. 23, Navy Barracks. St.
Elizabeth's Hospital, and Ethel Bartley,
19, Ridgely, Va.
Delmar Ruddlesden. 20. Harrisville, W. Va.,
and Eva Brechbuhler, 24, 3023 14th st.
n.w.
Robert Scurran. 24, Box 2001, Washington,
and Beverly Kliman. 25. 2800 Ontario
rd. n.w.
Angleo Chapman, 20, 1029 6th st. n.e., and
Carrie Harris. 21, 1218 G st. n.e.
Nathaniel Taylor, 21, 1300 W st. n.w., and
Egrline Ferguson. 21. 927 S st. n.w.
Earl Lucas. 41. 20 Defrees st. n.w.. and
Norma Dunbar, 32, 258 Division ave. n.e.
Van Blake. 23. Sparrows Point, Md., and
_ Carrie Colson, 20, 1348 C st. n.e.
Donald Rinnas. 23. Cherry Point. N. C„
and Jeanette KteUe. 19. 1025 G st. s.e.
Kenneth Trummell, 21. 1320 L st. s.e.,
and Mary Block, 18. 1385 Pitomac ave.
s.e. .
Madison Kihgwood, 18, 1419 10th at. n.w.,
_and Hellen Gadaon, 17. 1218 9th at. n.w.
Charles Moiock, 32. Camden. N. J., and
_Luetlle Worthington. 8*. 812V4 Nat. n.w.
Thomas Waltower, 21, and Mary Williams,
18, both of 63 r st. n.w.
Rufus Fuller. Jr„ SI. 1841 Kendall it. n.e.,
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and Erma Williams. 19. 467 L at. s.w
Ransel Amos, 21. 2805 Upshur at.. Mount
Rainier. Md. and Alvara Morlna. 16.
4215 30th at.. Mount Rainier. Md.
Issued at Alexandria.
James E. Jeskey, 26, and Barbara S. Wol
cott, 20, both of Alexandria.
John F. Swisher. 22. and Berniee Schoen,
18, both of Alexandria.
Joseph Deetz. 21. Washlnzton. and Mar
garet Kewett Kooley. 21. Durham. N. C.
Pasqualine Pasqualetti. 38, Port Belvolr,
and Lida Mae Kennedy. 30, Pink Hill.
N. C.
Eugene C. Macon, 39. Fort Belvolr, and
Alfreds Stephens, 29. Philadelphia.
Walter Madden. 21. and Dorothy L. Tres
vant, 18. both of Washington.
Francis Sorrells. 25. and Thelma Roadeap.
21. both of Alexandria.
Francis J. Myers. 38. and Margaret O'Day,
27, both of New York.
Roy D. Layne. 27. Quantieo. Va„ and
Dorothy Marsh. 22. Alexandria.
Alfred A. Marcor, 24. and Joan Nevard.
26. both of Flushing. N. Y.
William H. Hatton, }r., 26. and Mary
Qarrett. 21, both of Alexandria.
Clarence Hill. 28, Fort Belvolr, and Mahal
Crawlprd. 28. Alexandria.
Michael F. Hazel. 36. Bellefonte. Pa., and
Neil Victory, 33, Oladewater. Tex.
Jarvis Curry. 21. and Margaret S. Van
Deuzen, 22. both of Bethesda. Md.
Births Reported
Patrick J. Ktenan. 87, 2400 16th st. n.w.
Mary E. C. Coeyman, 85, 233 8th at. s.e.
Albert O. Oermaln, 82, 4889 MacArthur
olvd. n.w.
Samp Cooper, 79, 14 R zt. n.e.
Agnes E. Johnson. 76. 245 12th st. n.a.
Howard Herrick, 73, New York City.
Joseph Schulz. 73. 52.3 12th zt. n.e.
Charles M. Barnes. 66. 3420 16th at. n.w.
Tessit T. Hulslander. 65. 812 Otis pi. n.w.
Thomas 8. Barber, 69. 719 K at. n.e.
Eleanor L. Monica. 53, 5613 2nd si. n.w.
William N. V. Hoffman. 46, 44 Q at. n.w.
Merritt O. Boltz. 41. 646 9th st. n.e.
Eleanor Petree. 34. 2801 Conn. ave. n.w.
Catherine Pistek. Infant. Alexandria. Va.
George J. Fillo. infant, Glenhaven. Md.
Infant Chambers. 2842 Knox ter. s.e.
Canada McDowell. 63. 40 F st. n.w.
Mary L. Frazier. 63. 1921 L at. n.w.
Leona Johnson. 60. 242 10th st. s.e.
Ada Lewis, 60, 1912 5th st. n.w.
Julie Dawkins. 65. 1916 14th st. n.w.
Edna Oassawar, 50. 1642 Marion ct. n.w.
Bertha A. Wilson. 42. 142 M st. s.e.
Dennis Owing!, 28. 722 19th st. n.a.
Deaths Reported
Arthur and Corine Alder, boy.
William and Rosa Allen, girl.
Boyd and Mary Arnold, girl.
William and Mary Bakeramith, girl.
Herbert and Ruth Baker, boy.
Francis and Harriet Barrett, boy,
Richard and Lois Barrett, boy.
Everret and Lynda Beasley, boy.
Sol and Gusaie Berlin, girl.
James and Katherine Buys, girl.
Joseph and Virginia Byrne, boy.
Hugo and Mildred Capotoato, bey.
Thomas and Daula Cave, girl.
Prank and Helen Oerwin, boy.
Carl and Flora Coan, boy.
Walter and Helen Coon. girl.
John and Katie Covvado, boy.
Bernard and Betty Cox. boy.
Harry and Boselyn Crone, girt.
John and Ruth Crowell, boy
Gerald and Pauline Dilker, girl.
Bernard and Orace Disney, girl.
George and Jsan Dobry, toy.
Samuel and Louise Drummond, tor.
Duncan and Barbara Dwight, boy.
Paul andj^lxabeth Duke,
_ _ ____ _ boy.
JohiTand Miriarait Goodman, girl.
Charles and Harriott Glover, toy.
Charles tad Catherine. Gordon, boy.
Melvin and With OradyTtoy.
Victor ana Blrdls Or sen, bey.
David and Myrtle Hadden, tor.
Gordon and Rosie Hallock, boy.
Herbert and Mary Harrington, girl.
Paul and Rose Hedges, boy
Louis and Luaille Henhe. boy.
Karl and Ida Hllle, boy
John and Gertrude Howard, girl.
Thomas and Huberta Howard, boy.
Adolphe and Esther Hurtaux. hpy.
Elmer and Anna Jones, girl
Benjamin and Emma Kelt. girl.
Benjamin and Pearl Kipnis. boy.
Joseph and Lily Laufer, boy,
Richard and Prances Lewis, girl.
Macom and Irma Luca, airl.
William and Prances Milner, girl.
John and Rose Moran, boy.
Eliott and Miriam Moyer, boy.
Thomas and Louise Mullin, boy
Neal and Kathleen McMullen, boy.
Stanley and Betty Osinski. girl
Thomas and Tilley Pauletti, girl.
Fetep and Jessica Perkins, gin.
Pasquale and Alice Petta, girl.
Floyd and Kathryn Rapp., girl.
Robert and Charlotte Robson, girl.
FTancis and Leah Schottrofle. boy.
Melvin and Molly Schecter. boy.
Wililam and Elizabeth Smith, boy.
James and Theresa Smith, boy,
Calvert and Evelyn Smyth, girl.
John and Elizabeth Sparks, boy.
Robert and Betty Skone, boy.
Ira and Mildred Stanley, girl.
Irving and Hester Stirberg. girl.
George and Shirley Szabad, boy.
Gould and Pauline Turney, girl.
Robert and Louise Volland. girl.
Samuel and Helen Wasserman. boy.
Clarence and Dolly Wanger, boy.
Samuel and Dorothy Weinstein, boy,
Alfred and Freda Weilheimer, boy.
Wheeler and Mary White, girl.
Grant and Marjorie Willis, boy
Dwight and Rhoda Williar.;, boy.
Fred and Joanne Woodard, boy.
Elton and Betty Woolpert, boy.
Wilson and Lillian Breaker, boy.
Ernest and Clara Bowler, boy.
Alfred and Mamie Joel, girl
Theodore and Dolly Jones, boy.
Robert and Juanita Thomas, girl,
Sandy ana Alma Williams, girl.
Senator's Daughter
To Sponsor Carrier
The aircraft carrier Boxer, 17th
of the Essex class to be built since
the Pearl Harbor attack, will be
sponsored at Newport News, Va.,
Thursday by
Miss Ruth D.
Overton, daugh
ter of Senator
Overton, Demo
crat, of Louisi
ana, and Mrs.
Overton.
Miss Overton,
who lives with
her parents at
the Ward man
Park Hotel, has
been secretary
to her father for
the last three
years. Her maid
of honor will be
Miss Jane Brazelton, Kensington,
Md.
Senator Overton, who is chair
man of the Senate Subcommittee
on Naval Appropriations, expects to
attend the ceremony, Miss Overton
said.
The new carrier will be the fifth
Navy vessel to bear the name Boxer.
The first was a brig launched In
1815. The present 850-foot ship dis
places 27,100 tons and carries more
than 80 aircraft. Her speed Is 30
knots.
Gen. Lear Will Review
Combat Infantry Band
Soldier-musicians returned from
overseas combat zones have been
activated into the 1st Combat In
fantry Band at the Army War Col
lege and will be reviewed tomorrow
by Lt. Gen. Ben Lear, command
ing the Army Ground Forces.
The new band is representative
of practically all the fighting fronts,
it was announced last night and
in all public appearances bandsmen
will wear the infantry combat dresa
they wore during service overseas.
A number of bandsmen in the new
unit here have been decorated for
bravery. One is a former rifleman
who saw service in four Medlter
ranean campaigns.
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