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1 K ADIO TODAY'S PR.OGR.AM KAA—Naval Radio Station, Arling ton—s,9so Meter*, C. W. Arc. 8:50 p. m.—Daily market, grain. !• p. m.—Weather forecast. 435 Meters—Radiophone. 10:45 p. m.—Weather report, daily •nd Sunday. 1:45 p. m.—Fruit and vegetable markets. 10:05 p. m.—Weather report, daily anA Sunday. 2,650 Meters—Spark. 12 m. and 10 p. m.—Time signals. 10:01 p. m.—Weather report, ship •rders, naval press news. WBC—Radio Corporation of Amer* lea—l 69 Meters. 635 p. m.—lnstruction in interna tional code by the engineers of the Radio Corporation of America. • p. m.—Children’s Hour by, Peggy Albion. 8 p. m.—This station will remain silent this evening in order that the concert by the Philharmonic Society may be broadcast. WJH—William P. Boyer Company— -273 Meters. 8 to 4 p. m.—Financial and mar ket reports; music (daily). WMU—Doubleday-Hill Electric Com pany—26l Meters, ft Station temporarily discontinued. WOAP—Chesapeake A Potomac Tel. C 0.—469 Meters. 7:20 to 8:20 p. m.—Program di rect from studio of Station WEAF, New York Qty. 8:20 to 10 p. m.—Concert bv Philharmonic Society, of New York, under the direction of William von Hoogstraten in the fourth of a osrtss of ten educational concerts for students, direct from Carnegie Hall, New York City. 10 to 11 p. m.—Dance music from the Case Le Paradis. 11 to 11:30 p. m.—Chimes from Epiphany Episcopal Church. 12:15 to 2 a. m.—Dance music from the Case Le Paradis. DISTANT STATIONS. WJZ—Broadcast Central, New York City—4ss Meters. 8 p. m.—" Something for the Children” by Beatrice Frame, elocu tionist. 8:45 p. m.—Joint recital by Ralph Schurman, tenor, and Mr. De Long, vtodnlst 4.80 p. m.—Tea music by the Waldorf Astoria Stringed Ensemble. 5:80 p. m.—Closing reports of the New York State Department of Farms and Markets; farm and home reports; closing quotations of the New York Stock Exchange; foreign exchange quotations; Na tional Industrial Conference Board report. 7 p. m.—“Animal Stories from Eskimo Land” by Mrs. Renee Riggs, coutesy of Macmihan Cnmpanv. I 7:30 p. m. —’’Dogs” by Frank Dole. • 1 •35 p. m.—The Outlook literary , minutes. 8:30 p. m.—The Estey organ recital, direct from Estey Studies, j 9:25 p. m.—Musical program of the Mark Strand Symphony Orchestra. 11:45 »>. m.—New Yea ; - Eve Chime Service on the Chimes of Saint Patrick Cathedral. KDKA—Pittsburgh—326 Meters. 6:15 p. m.—Dinner concert by the KDKA Little Symphony Orchestra. 735 p. m.—Radio Girl Scout Meet ing conducted by Laura Holland. 7:45 p. m.— a Christmas program for the kiddies. 8:15 p. m.—Concert by the KDKA Little Symphony Orchestra. Wo AR—Lit Brothers, Philadelphia, Pa.—395 Meters. 2 to 3 p. m.—Arcadia Concert Or chestra; Recital from the studio. 4:80 p. m.—Artist recital; Betsy Id>gan will talk on "Fashions.” 7:80 p. m—Dream Daddy with the Boys and Girls. 7:50 p. m.—Moving picture re view, James A. Nassau. 8 p. m.—Arcadia Concert Orches tra. 8:30 p. m.—New Year Eve party for and by some of the folk who have entertained you during the mr WGR—Federal T. 4 T. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.—319 Meters.’ 4 p. m.—Tea-time Music, Palm Room Hotel Statler 6:30 p. m.—Dinner Music, Vincent . Tx>pez Hotel Statler Dance Orches . tra. 7-JO p. m.—Digest of the day’s news. Second broadcasting of all dally reports. 11 p. m.—New Year Party, Hotel Statler Dining Room. WBB—The Atlanta Journal—429 Meters. (Central Standard Time.) • * P- m —Concert, sponsored by Miss Mary Douglas, violinist teacher. »• Tear Out and Year In” program, presenting Dr. Charles A. Sheldon, city or ganist, and other artists. WBZ—Springfield, Mass.—337 Meters. 6 p. m.—Dinner concert, by the WBZ trio. 7 p. m.—This week in history. Late news from the National In dustrfal Conference Board. Humorous program. 7:30 p. m Twilight tales for the kiddies. 8 p. m.—Concert by the WBZ trio, and Demetrius Zades, tenor. Mrs. Francis Regal, accompanist. • p. m.—Bedtime story for grown ups, by Orison S. Marden. WFl—Strawbridge 4 Clothier, Phila delphia ■ 395 Meters. 1 P- m-—Meyer Davis Bellevue Stratford Hotel concert orchestra. 8 p. m.—Musical concert. 6 p. m.—Bedtime stories. 6:30 p. m.—Meyer Davis Bellevue Stratford Hotel concert orchestra. KYW—Chicago—536 Meter*. 9:80 a. m.—Late news and com ment of the financial and commer cial markets. (This service Is broad cast evvy half hour during the twenty-tour.) Steal $20,000 Tobacco. NEW YORK, Dec. 81.—With crowds pressing about them, three automobile bandit*, at the point of guns, forced a truck driver and his helper to abandon a 820,000 cargo rs tobacco belonging to P. Lorilla.d A Ctk, while it waa being conveyed through die congested Has* Side. I US BOYS : . By .Tom NAPPED DIDN'T YOU? X- • T^ S TO. ’ OOF TO WISH Alt IT « o e> 1 -J 00 .? . think • C you folks a U*U, HIS FATHER WHO Hef N • HAP veAR EUT ' W W bothiTmw EUROPE HAS CABLED TTdT? ISMO RACe' We znk THAT HE Will GIVE W. Al rft KurSk iMuieuco VL/ 1 TEN THOUSAND SMACK! I’BB VwT n I I M - TO ANYONE WHO CAN J®. 1 ■ W® I I / * GIUE ANY INFORMATION //fU hJK ' WlrtJUlriJ t ASU which will lead to, vIWB IYwB a. dsSwO Ak. - IWF ' his Recouery-lets aMBB . s lßß*a SEE, HOW MANY ®<?MAN, I V [F>O << nijr marks would that se? x iRk AND, MANY Gosh ■■■ ...... II ~ _ . . 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By HOU) THE ( bUE’Re X I YOU AU CONF ON UP . Y TRANKS CHIEF FOR ' <ti,r c IIOC HERE‘S lAOUD udE i| | ujE HITS T| \ 7 AND THE ONE THAT HECK ARE I tOUTTA / TO OUR a//LCHG€ WERE \YOUR RiMC j CELEBRATED - fACH) EACH OTHER. OVER \ C STANDS UP THE LONGEST &We T 0) n?^ H C^ B X fey 0 79 Up 4fe ££> y r lauaaPi >W 1 ■' *►- Al . 11 * ' 11 I I U THE WASHINGTON TIMES • » TAe National Daily « • MONDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1928. MEDBURY SAYS By John P. Medbury. WHILE there are hundreds of travel bureaus through, out the country, what wo need most are personally con* ducted honeymoons. When • newly married couple go on a trip they dent want to be bothered with buying tickets and malrteg reservations. They Hke to have plenty of time to fight. A husband who is busy look* ing at time tables and checking baggage can't put his whole soul into an argument. Many a man has loot a guana! with his wife because his mind was on something else. In order to win a fight with your bride, you've got to devote all your time to it. The average couple who map out their own honeymoon are usually so busy with the routine of traveling that tiny have to have their spats In taxicabs and railroad stations. But if you go on a personally conducted wedding trip you have plenty of time to do your battling In the hotel. Couples wfll never realm what oomforte they can get out of a honeymoon untn we have bride and groom excursions. You’d never dream what little things you can quarrel over until you've listened to other husbands and wives pick fights with each other. Once In a while a newly mar* ried pair win come back from their wedding Journey without having had a cross word. No wonder they both tMnk ths trip was duH. When everything goes along smoothly if a bound to get monot onous. It’s best to kt some experienced guide map out year routa. He knows which railroads have the most tunnels. With fifteen or twenty eouptao on the same honeymoon, there can't help but be lots of excite ment. 4. Another advantage is that a groom doesn't always have to fight with the same brifta. While one man is quarrettng with your wife, you can be start ing an argument with his. Tour wife wfll get so sfck of having some other guy talk back to her that she’ll be tickled to Jrath she married you. And think of. all the fun the brides could have on a trip like this, getting Jealous of each other. These excursions would be a great success, and it’s needless to say that there’d be a lawyer along in case any of the couples wanted to get a divorce before their honeymoon was over. (Copyright. 19U, Kins Features Syndicate. Inc.) 3 ACCEPT COMMISSIONS WITH RESERVE OFFICERS Two Washington men and a resi dent of Alexandria, Va., have ac cepted commissions in the officers' reserve corps, according to an nouncement by the War Departmenl today. They are Ira Willie Patterson, 115 Second street northeast, commie sioned second lieutenant in the fi nance office; Earl W. McComas, 1736 G street northeast, first lieutenant, Quartermaster corps, and Arthur H Langenberg, first lieutenant, ord nance, 32 East Walnut street, Alex andria, Va. COLDS I GRIP Fortify the system against Colds, Grip and Influenza by taking 'LaottOhm gßromo | \Qulninej which destroy germs, act as a tonic laxative, and keep the sys tem in condition to throw off all attacks of Colds, Grip and Influenza. The box bean this signature Price 30c.