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At a Glance
By LESLIE EICHEL
Central Press Staff Writer
Senator William E. Bo ah of
Idaho would offer Presided Roose
velt a “pretty" race, as the repub
lican nominee.
But stalwart republicans fear it
might turn into a race not to their
liking.
Suppose Borah (as has been his
habit) shotud speak "out of turn'
on a number of subjects? Suppose
Borah should lean to the silver-in
flationary money plans of the west
instead of the ‘ sound" ideas of the
east? Why. republicans would have
to support Mr. Roosevelt in self
defense !
• • •
Popular
Among republican delegates and
Young republicans. Senator Borah
ranks first in straw votes, we ob
serve.
But why?
Because he carries the implication
•f a republican New Deal.
Now, how far would that New
Deal go?
Well, it would be “strictly within
the constitution/' for is not Borah
the greatest constitutionalist of
them all?
Yes, yes, but oouldn’t mcre de
vastating things be done within
the constitution than without? After
all, constitutional amendments have
to go through a long process
Couldn’t Borah even outdo Roose
velt on broader and broader New
Deal laws?
Suppcwe he permits inflation?
That's perfectly constitutional, isnt
It?
And hasn't he been friendly to
Russia in the past? Hasn't he been
for taxes on the rich, and not the
vast middle class? Hasn’t he been
strong for a soldiers’ bonus? And
hasn’t he made some stirring
speeches for the rights of labor and
of minorities?
True enough, he votes regular
when the time comes for voting, but
a president doesn't vote—he leads
• • •
Shi/era
Actually, Senator Borah's name
causes the shivers among the most
conservative republicans. They fear
he might win. He is known too well
by them as an Unknown Quantity.
He is not a financier’s man. He
Is an isolationist None of the big
financiers is an isolationist.
He primarily is a Parmer's man
He has visited New York only a few
times during his long residence in
Washington, a mere 226 miles away.
He can’t be talked to. He takes
himself seriously. He has been in the
habit of holding press conferences
for a decade—and reporters havf
come to them.
Once he had a position that ac
corded his words world-recognition.
RADIO PROGRAMS
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 (Central and Eastern Central Time)
Note: All programs to key and basic chains or groups thereof unless sped*
fled; coast to coast (c to c) designation Includes all available stations.
Programs subject to change. P. M. (Daylight time one hour later)
novcwtAr ncmuniv
BASIC — East: weaf wlw weel wtlc
wjar wta* wcsh kyw wh:a wfbr wrc
wgy wben wcae wtam wwj wsal; Mid:
ksd wmaq wcfl w ho wow wdaf wkbf
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN — wtmj
wiba wstp webc wday kfyr crct cfcf
SOUTH — wrva wptf wwrc wla wjax
wfla-wsun wlod wsm wrnc wsb wapi
wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kprc
waal kths ktha waoc wave wtar
MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl k*ir kxhl
PACIFIC—kgo kfi kicw komo kbq klsd
ktar kgu kpo kex kga kyr kya
Cent. East.
3:30— 4:30—James Wilkinaon, Bari.
3:45— 4:45—Sam and Dick Adventure
4:00— 5:C0—Flying Time. Adventure
4:15— 6:15—Harry Meyer’s Orchestra
l 4;3t>— 6:30— Press*Radio News Period
4:35— 6:35—Meyer Orchestra. Contd.
4:45- 6:45—Billy A Betty—weaf only
5:00— 6:00— Amos ’n* Andy—east only
6:15— 6:15—Uncle Ezra Radio Station
6:30— 6:30—Jackie Heller, Tenor Solo
5:45— 6:45—To Be Announced
6:00— 7:00—One Man'e Family—to c
6:30— 7:30—Wayne King'a Orchestra
7:00— 8:00— Jim Harkins A Amateurs
8:00— 9:00—To Be Announced
8:30— 9:30— Ray Noble and Orchestra
6:00—10:00—M. La Porte's Orchestra—
east; Amos 'n' Andy—west repeat
9:30—10:30—Keller and Orchestra
9:45—10:45—The Open Road, Sketch
10:00—11:00- AI Kvale’s Orchestra
10 30—11:30—“Lights Out." Melodrama
CBS-WABC NETWORK
BASIC—East: wabc wade moko wcao
saab wnac wsr wkbw wkrc whk cklw
wdrc wcau w]as wean wfbl wspd wjsv
wbns. Midwest: wbbra wfbtn kmbe
kmox wowo whaa kfab
EAST—whp whec wlbi wfea wore wlcc
i efrb ekac wlbx wmaa
DIXIE—Wffst wsfa wbre wqatn wdod
: klra wrec wlac wdsu wtoc krld wrr
ktrh ktsa waro koma wdbo wbt wdae
wbiB wdbj wwva wtntiR wsja wmbr
I wala kttil kjfko wcoa wdne wnox kwkh
MIDWEST—wjrl wmt wmbd wisn wlbw
kfh wsmk wkbn wcco wsbt ksej wnax
wee
MOUNTAIN—kvor kls koh ksl
COAST—khj koln kfre kn! kfpy kvl
kfbk km] kw* kern kdb kgrnib kgb
Cent. East.
3:30— 4:30—Jack Armstrong — east;
Photona—Dixie; Melodies—west
3:45— 4:45—Patti Chapin and Songs
4:00— 5:C0—Buck Rogers—east; Mau
rice Sherman Orch.—west A: Dixie
4:15— 5:15 — Bobby Benson — east;
World Traveler—remainder chain
4:30— 5:30—Music Box—wabe; Poetic
Strings—east; Cadet Quar.—west;
Jack Armstrong—midwest repeat
v-enx. cast.
4:45— 5:45— Poetic Strings Continued
4:55— 8:55—Press-Radio News Period
8:00— 8:00—Just Entertainment — es;
Organ Concerts—west and Dixie
8:15— 8:18—He. She 41 They Musical*
6:30— 8:30—Buck Rogers—midw. rpt.;
Musical Knickknacks—west
8:45— 8:45— Boake Carter’s Comment
8:00— 7:00—Johnnie Foursome—east;
Harmonettes— w; Old Timer—Dix.
8:15— 7:18— Deutsch's Dance Rhythmo
8:30— 7:30—Broadway Varieties—ba
sic; Sunset Serenade—midw. only;
Frank Dailey Orches.—Dixie only
7:00— 8:00— Six Qun Justice, Drama
7:30— 8:30— Mark Warnow Presents
8:00— 8:00—Durns and Allen Comedy
8:30— 9:30—The March of Time—to c
8:46— 9:45— Songs by Nina Tarasova
9:00—10:00—Johnny Hemp's Orches.
9:30—10:30—Claude Hopkins’ Orches.
10:30—11:30—Buddy Rogers Orchestra
11:00—12:00— Al Dien's Orches.—west
NBC-WJ2 NETWORK
BASIC — East: wjx wbx-wbxa wbal
wham kdka w*ar wjr wlw wsyr wmal
wfil: Mid: wcSy wvnr wls kwk kwcr
koil wren wmag kso wkbf
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN - wtmj
wiba kstp webc wdav kfyr crct cfcf
SOUTH — wrva wptf wwnc wls wjax
wfla-wsun wiod wsm wmc wsb wapl
wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wlaa wbap kprc
woai ktbs kths wsoc wave
MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kpir kghl
PACIFIC—keo kfi kpw komo khq kfsd
ktar kpo kex kga kgr kya
Cent. East.
3:30— 4:30—The Singing Lady—east
3:45— 4:45—Orphan Annie—east only
4:00— 5:00—The Animal News Club
4:15— 5:15—Capt. Tim Heaiy, Stamps
4:30— 5:30—Press-Radio News — ba
sic; The Singing Lady—midw rpt
4:35— 6:35—Three X Sisters Harmony
4:45— 5:45— Lowell Thomas — east;
Orphan Annie—repeat to midwest
5:00— 6:00—Dinner Concert Program
5:15— 6:15—Tony A Gus, Serial Skit
5:30— 6:30—Lum and Abner
5:45— 6:45— Dangerous Paradise. Skit
6:00— 7:00—The Hits and Bits Revue
6:30— 7:30—House of Glass, Serial Act
7:00— 8:00—John Chas. Thomas Prog.
7:45— 8:45—Education from the News
8:00— 9:00—Joe Venuti and Orchestra
8:30— 9:30—Stones of History, Drama
9:00—10:00—Dorothy L'Amour, Orch.
9:18—10:15—Ink Spots. Negro Quartet
—basic; Tony A Gus—west repeat
9:30—10:30—Gene Fogarty Orchestra
—east; House of Glass— west rpt
10:00—11:00— Shandor and H=s Violin
10:08—11:08—Teddy Hill and Orchestra
10:30—11:20—Billy Bissctt A Orchestra
That was when he was chairman of
the senate foreign relations commit
tee. Unfortunately for him, the re
publicans lost out. and he descend
ed to ranking member of the min
ority.
OUR BOARDING BOUSE
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