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New Britain Herald (Newspaper) - December 31, 1930, New Britain, Connecticut
It new Britain daily Herald wednesday december 31, 1930. Christmas cards Durant forecast through the Static 4 30 Salt and peanuts 6 00 brazilian. American pro Gram 6 30 German lessons 6 55 Candy talk 6 01 Organ program 6 is hotel Sinton orchestra 6 30 dog talk by or. Glenn Adams 6 45 digest topics Brief 7 00 Amos Andy 7 15 musical program 7 30 Phil Cook 7 45 musical program 8 00 los Amigos 11 00 Trio 11 15 character sketch by Jane Dillon 11 30 recital Alfred Cohn. Violinist and Irene Kahn pianist 12 00 harvesters brass band 12 30 news 12 40 Blue room echoes Joseph Blume director 2 15 new year s Day around the Mary Louise Pardee 1 30 Trio 2 00 address by Premier Benito Mussolini from Rome Italy 2 15 knights of Melody with the Lima islanders 2 30 orchestra matinee 3 00 new year s greetings from Holland 5 30 Pippa dramatization from Browning s poem 4 30 daytime dancers with Fred Wade Tenor 4 45 to 7 00 tournament of. Roses football game Between Al Obama and Washington state 3 00 Columbia Salon orchestra 3 30 Ann Leaf at the Organ 4 00 Asbury Park Casino orches tra 4 3o the Crockett mountaineers 6 0 0 comm adores 5 30 Bert Lown and his Biltmore orchestra 6 00 Ozzie Kelson and his bar Bizo Plaza orchestra 6 45 Tony s scrap Book 7 00 Brevi ties 7 30 top club 8 00 poet s Gold s 30 Kaltenborn edits the news s 45 the watchman 9 00 rhythm choristers 9 30 dramatized tales o mys Tery 10 00 the lutheran hour or. Walter a. Maier 10 30 new world symphony 11 00 Ben Bernie and his orches tra 11 30 Bobby Meeker s orchestra 12 00 Morton Downey with Jack Pettis and his orchestra 12 30 Nocturne Ann Leaf at the Organ 9 00 musical program the old counsellor symphony orchestra musical hour Olive Palmer Soprano Elizabeth Lennox contralto Paul Oliver Tenor the revellers Lewis James and James Melton tenors Elliott Shaw baritone Wilfred Glenn Bass direction Gustavo Haen scr u u Luu review of la to Grant land Rue string orches tra direction Leonard Joy 1 1 0 Vincent. Lopez and his or cause acrid fight Hyde and Caraway Battle Oyer franking privilege Washington dec. 31 of sweetly worded greetings for a merry Christmas and Happy new year had Given Rise today to acrimonious Exchange involving mention of starving babies political motives and Economy. Senator Caraway Democrat a Kansas opened it by saying he had received information that Secretary of agriculture Hyde sent his Christ Mas cards out Portage free under the franking privilege extended official business. Hyde replied he had . The cards sent under Frank he said were from the department to those who had aided its work during the year and to members of the Senate and House agriculture committees. official of the Post office department said a few cards entitled to Frank had been sent Over from Hyde s office through office error but that the Small amount of postage due bad been paid immediately the mistake was discovered. Mentions belief opposition to bringing up the matter. Cara Way said Hydo was opposed to using government Money to Succour starving babies drought Ridden states but i understand he used it to Send out Christmas Hyde said sufficient proof that the franked cards were official Greet Ings Only can be adduced from the fact that senator Caraway received the number of these cards sent out this year he continued was about 900. The postage would have been about $18. The senator s interest starving babies is very touching. It is hard to see How the payment of ?18 to the Post office department by this department would have changed the status of any babies whether starving or otherwise. The senator Terest such babies is. I am inclined to believe both academic and such cards he added have been sent out for 10 years and he had been required by postal inspectors to pay Back a lot of postage or a cent of to Clear up the matter the Secretary announced he was sending a Sample of the official greeting to the postal authorities with a request for a a Ullner whether it was entitled to travel postage free. Caraway flays Dryla workup Calls Hoover Good president Only one state Washington dec. 31. Up a Sharp attack upon the administration s record prohibition enforce ment and the tactics of president Hoover s Law enforcement commis Sion has been made by senator t. H. Caraway. At the same time the Arkansas Democrat noted for his biting utterances joined the growing group that wants to Force extra session of Congress. Caraway who for the most part has been the background Slanco the lobby investigating committee flare up s of the preceding session directed a Savage assault last night against the commission and against both republicans and members of his own party who oppose extra con Gressional session after March 4 next. response to a question. Caraway said interview he would hesitate to accept the responsibility of forcing extra session if that were possible. He offered to join any group the Senate to that end. Session bloc grows the extra session bloc is expand ing. Senator Borah Republican. Idaho is Active member. Senator Norris. Republican Nebraska Sena Tor Brookhart Republican Iowa senator la Follette Republican wis Consin and some others that Side of the chamber Are counted As potential members. Caraway said he thought he would have support of such democratic senators As Walsh Montana wag Ner new York Wheeler Montana and perhaps Dill. Washington. Debate any document receiver from the Wickersham commission would add to the possibility of delay voting routine funds and the necessity for summoning Congress after March 4. The. Commission met yesterday and another session was scheduled for today. Informed Sena tors assert its prohibition report will reach Congress january 6. Hays Hoover unless they have reached conclusions and formulated suggestions for improved enforcement of the prohibition Law Caraway said a report prohibition will be valueless. I May be doing the commission a grave injustice but if newspaper reports Are to be relied upon it is largely a debating society. I think by the time or. Hoover is through modifying the prohibition Law to enable the people of California to make wine out of their grapes he will have abolished prohibition that state leaving it effect Only 47. But we ought t to begrudge or. Hoover being a Good president one state. He has failed the other 47. I suppose it would be too much to ask him to ruin the Only Industry which has thrived under his administration the bootlegging philosopher believes dark thinking will pass away at a meeting of the woman s club of new Britain yesterday afternoon at the masonic Temple. Or. Will Durant author of the Story of philosophy spoke is Progress real or. Durani opened his talk by saying that it is the fashion today for All who speak or write to take a most pessimistic View of the pro Gress and ultimate end of Tho human race. Pessimism has always been one aspect of thought and the present Brand is but Echo of that which has gone before he said. 1825, France had had her revolution that was to bring order and peace to the realm had had Napoleon and then Waterloo. Pessimism was the air. None of the great Hopes had been fulfilled. Goethe and Schopen Hauer writing at that time forecast Only the most dire events and the latter had even counselled Universal suicide As a remedy. Five Sears passed. 1830, a new generation sprang up and Genius blossomed Paris Garrett. The names the european Tongue were Gautier Balzac Paine Hugo Dickens Thackeray Tenny son Carlyle and a Host of others. Exuberance and optimism were order. Pessimism was forgotten. The present wave of pessimism started 1914 and will eventually end As did the last. Or. Durant said. The thing we must realize is that each age sees upward trend he declared. We Are realizing that wealth and Power do themselves mean Progress. Bacon said knowledge is Power that is fallacious that knowledge is Neutral and can either kill for you or heal for you. But knowledge is Only real when it can bring kindliness and Beauty understanding and peace to the soul. Each age is draw ing the experience of the past achieving this end. Let us accept a pessimistic View of the Rise and fall of great nations. We acknowledge that Egypt. Greece and Rome have lost their material splendor. We May agree with the european writer who says that Europe shows the same signs of de cadence that led to the fall of Rome. Materially they have gone. But Plato Aristotle Horace Homer and Yirgil Are As alive now and perhaps More widely understood than Ever before. Let u3 consider Genius any line of endeavour As the history of the race. Let us agree with the Pessimist that material splendor has gone but let us go farther than that and embrace a larger belief that Mankind has Learned from the past and that average Man each successive generation is better for what went before. Rising and falling states Are but the instruments for Mankind development. The essential history of Man is or. Durant closed his talk by say ing that the important milestones Man s development were speech Dis covery of fire and Light Conquest of animals passing from Hunting to agriculture social organization and consequent betterment physically mentally and morally invention Sci ence writing and education. Ameri Ca the ascendant today As the next world Power will be noted for its efforts education. It will be part of the contribution to the his tory and Progress of Mankind. Georgian Railroad men Back to Normal hours Savannah ga., dec. 31 w about 300 men will return o practically Normal hours the Central of a Sorgia railway shops Here Tomor Row after a period of working Only five Days a month. Railway officials did amplify their statement regard to practically Normal hours but it was generally interpreted to mean the showmen would work at least five Days a week. Special trolley is race special trolleys and buses will a run by the Connecticut co. This eve Ning to accommodate keep orators and attendants at. Late theater performances. Cars and buses will leave the Cen Ter at 1 a. M. For Plainville Berlin Farmington Avenue. North Stanley Street and Hartford. There will be a final car for Hartford leaving Here at 1 37 a. M. And the last car from Hartford to this City will Leas the capital City at 1 a. M. New Britain Art school second Terra commences monday Jan uary 6th. Clamp it Tor beginner and advanced students painting and drawing. Registration thura., Friday and Satur Day from 2 p. M. Until s p. M. At the school. 30 Cedar Street a review of the year 1930, that is the sporting world will be Given by Grantland Rice sports authority and writer during the program which will be broadcast Over Abc Wea f network tonight at 10 30 o clock. Leslie Joy and his All string or Chestra will present a program of the outstanding musical hits of the year. Vincent Lopez Horace Heidt and his californians Paul Whiteman Phil Spitalny Gus Arnheim and Smith Ballew will be among the 12 orchestras that will present a four hour program to be broadcast to night Over a network of 48 stations arranged through the Abc and Wear network. The program will be the longest commercial broadcast Ever presented and will put the air the new year s greetings from new York Chicago Denver los Angeles and san Francisco. The program will open from new York and As the Midnight hour approaches the different time belts will shift West Ward. Listeners All parts of the country will be Able to tune at 11 30 p. M and hear the new year ushered from coast to coast enjoying a continuous four to pro Gram. Fifty seven minutes of Good clean fun will be presented by Sta Tion master Ambrose j. Weems from Abc s mythical station kuku new year s morning from 12 03 to 1 o clock. Inauguration ceremonies for governor elec t Franklin d. Roosevelt of new York and his address form ally opening his second term As chief executive of the Empire state will be transmitted from the Capitol Albany to listeners Over extensive Abc network tomorrow noon through station Wear. At 2 o clock Benito Mussolini italian Premier will deliver his first spoken message to the american Public. One of the most extensive audiences the history of Broad casting is expected to hear this address. Three famous revolutionary patriots had their birthdays new year s Day. And All will be brought together As Honor guests at the birthday party to be broadcast Over Abc Wea f network tomorrow at 9 p. M. The historic Trio thus to be Hon ored win be Betsy Ross who made the first american Flag Paul re vere noted for his famous Midnight ride of warning and general Thony Wayne affectionately known As mad Anthony. Alabama eleven favoretto win football rivals Complete train ing Lor game tomorrow Pasadena. Calif., dec. 31 up Alabama continued to Rule a 2 to 1 favorite Over Washington state is the tournament of roses football rivals completed training today for their Battle Rose bowl tomorrow before a crowd of 80.000. The rival Coacher. Orin e. Babe Hollingbery of Washington state and Wallace Wade of Alabama re ported their respective squads tip to p physical condition and ready for the struggle. My men mentally and physically Are prepared for their greatest game of the season said Hollingbery. Alabama s ready said Wade. Only Light workouts were scheduled for today Hollingbery plan Ned to keep his squad the Field less than 30 minutes. With More than 70.000 scats Al ready sold the largest crowd Ever to see a tournament of roses game is forecast. The record of 73.000 was set at the Southern California Pittsburg h game lat january 1. Since then the Rose bowl s seating capacity has been increased to 0. Absence of Washington state backers has resulted few bets with Odds Likely to soar higher Alabama before tomorrow. Ala Bama s impressive shoeing work outs and their fortunate showing two previous Rose bowl games defeating Washington 9 and tying Stanford has lined up the far West s football fans almost solidly behind the Crimson tide. Many ways the tournament of roses Battle is following the same e course of the notre Dame Southe California contest. Certainly two better football teams than notre Dame and washing Tan state never were rated As Low As this pair before big games. 13 previous tournament of roses games the underdog has won nine times. The Only two favourites to win were Harvard and notre Dame. Assyrians to Welcome new year with social citizens club expects 500 to attend entertainment tonight i. O. O. F. Hall. The assyrian America citizens club will have its 10th annual new year s eve entertainment this eve Ning at Odd Fellows Hall Arch Street. The club expects to have attendance of 500. Two plays one recently produced London will be presented. Mayor Quigley has been invited to attend. James e. O Brien americanization director and honorary pres ident of the club will be a guest. The address of Welcome will be delivered by the president Darius Benjamin. The incoming president. Baba y. Jones wiil be inducted into office at the exercises. Ten per cent of the receipts will be contributed to the emergency Relief Lundt. Wednesday Eastern Standard time 2s3 Xic. Hartford 1060 7 00 serenading strings 7 08 weather highlights sport 7 16 watch makers .7 30 Hub of other tears sym phonic dance orchestra s 00 Julinia islanders 8 15 varieties s30 orchestra 3 00 Hank keen and h Connecticut Hill Billies 9 30 musical hour 00 3 top Era spoil i a 00 news weather 11 05 merry Madcap with Fred Wade. Soloist pc 30 new year s eve program sit Avdoc Hartford a to Ted and his gang 30 Gertrude Oviedo sky. Popular songs Mamie Vinyl . i i r Eddie of mors. Amur and to specs j s i 0 i going to press Louis Sobol Harn orchestra 6 4? Tony s scrap Book j 5s Midnight Chimes Rora Lon Don t 20 Stock q notations 7. 3 Evangeline adorns. Astrologer 7 45 vagabonds orchestra j 00 Guy and his Royal canadians j 3 playboys 8so to Hasei h.1. To , and concert Ore Hora ? fast Matt Callahan and rav Pel Tetter popu a Sonis 9 45 to be announced 0 0" Plaza. Hob from Buenos p s. South America ?0 10 Paul s orchestra 20 30 Mickey Alport s Ore Helra 30 4 Pletcher Henderson s Jinn Jack Denny s orchestra from Montreal 20 Morton Downey with Jack Pettis and his orchestra 5 30 California melodies from los angles if 2 s 7 new year s Gree. Ings 303 Wiz. Springfield Don 5i Uncle Pill and the t ii i 5 co health clinic 5 45 agricultural Marke s 5 55 Roadman i 0 Weatherman s "4 rhythm twins s 15 dinner music 4 5 topics Brief Lonciel Thomas 7 00 Amos Andy 7 1 5 i ere naders 7.30 Phi Cook 7 45 criminal Law. Aka Sor. L. Archer s 00 of Arr is x 3 0 Novelty Orvii est a 9 01 modern con or 9 30 pleasure hour 20 30 musical program 21 00 Weatherman 81 01 Union new years lie service 22 0 Tom Chiles Sia Iier orchestra 422 Wor. Newark 710 5 to italian lessons 5 15 Barefoot pays 55 Candy program 5 30 boys chorus o p. S. Brooklyn 5 40 guessing tin Doro j Lewis a 00 Uncle Don 6 30 sport . Journal of the air s 43 musical to s 7 0iho l Ore he tra. 7 30 Merle Johnson saxophone quart7 45 musics a Toga m s 0 3 watch hour s 45 Mosiek " is 9 00 Days gone h 9 30 hungarian gypsies 10 00 tuneful tales 20 30 Roy Smeck. Wizard of strings 20 45 Globe Trotter 11 00 weather Repen 11 03 will Osborn. And ins Chest a 1.2 10 is. Thomas 12 i hotel As or a Tiff Oreh 12 35 Greene h Village Lar Chestra 3 9 wac. New York Kliu 300 Asbury Park Asono Ore Hes tra 5 30 my books House Story Tim 5 45 Eddie Connors Banjo and guitar specie it ies 6 00 "b-1 Schudt s going r Louis Sobol h la Paul Tremain yr1 o Chestra 45 he Wood Etro tin 6 5s London Broadens 7 02 musical Avia ors or 7 15 serenades Jani Bert and arts Dunn 7 30 Evangeline Adams is to Oce r 7 45 the vagabonds s 00 Guy Lombardo and his Royal canadians 3 30 Toscha Seidel and concert orchestra 9 00 fast freight 9 30 smoke dreams 10 00 now year s eve dancing party 454 weak new York 600 o 00 the lady next door Chil Dren s program direction Madge. Tucker 5 30 backgammon j. A. Bar Rak 5 45 mountaineers vocal and Strumental 6 05 Black and Gold room or Chestra., direction Ludwig Laurier Rinele Abe and David Rural Vith Phillips lord and Aren tango Romantico ence agriculture " our f agriculture or. C. W. Inie laddies Lou Noll. Charles Kenney. James Whelan. Male Trio 7 45 Back of the news Wash William hard 8 00 Rodeheaver sing 8 16 varieties with bugs Baer master of ceremonies 8 30 concert Gladys Rice so Prano Douglas Stanbury Bari tone guest artists j. Green xylophone soloist Henry Neely master of ceremonies orchestra. Stir econ Nathaniel Shilkret s 30 Plymouth around the world tour 9 00 band 9 30 musical program 10 0 0 Hollingsworth 10 30 weather 10 32 Bob Newhall s sport slices 10 45 hotel Gibson orchestra 1 00 san Marto chime reveries 12 00 Castle farm orchestra 12 30 William Birrell Tenor Fred Roehr pianist 1 00 Gibson hotel orchestra 379 Way Schenectady 780 8 00 the Quaker Man 8 15 morning devotions 8 30 Cheerio 9 01 musical program 9 16 Nancy Lee 9 21 musical program 9 40 weather forecast 9 4 5 food program 10 00 musical program 10 15 musical program 10 30 hits and bits 10 4 5 Bay state fisheries 11 00 Blue streaks 11 15 household Institute 11 30 musical program 11 45 Sweet and Low Down 12 00 music 12 45 musical program 1 00 Doc Peyton and Kenmore hotel orchestra 2 01 Way matinee players 2 30 household Chat 2 45 Chester Vedder. Baritone 3 05 chats to women Mary Lansing 3 15 the musical ties 3 30 Stephen St. John s Banjo quintet 4 00 musical program 4 30 football game Alabama is. Washington state from Hose bowl Pasadena California 7 30 musical program 8 00 musical hour 9 00 birthday party 9 30 Melody moments 10 00 musical hour j no Organ recital Ritz theater 11 30 Duke Ellington and his or Chestra 12 00 Jimmie Green and hotel Dewitt Clinon orchestra 261 wham Rochester 1150 7 43 Jolly Bill and Jane 8 00 the 8 15 8 15 chats with Peggy Winthrop 8 30 Vermont lumber jacks 8 45 food program 9 of kindly thoughts 9 30 new casting program sum Mary 9 4 5 Parnassus string Trio 10 00 Ray Perkins 1o 15 Beatrice Mabie 10 30 Organ. Tom Grierson 11 00 same As Wiz 11 30 musical program 11 45 Odds and ends Bess Perry 12 00 luncheon ensemble 12 30 farm and Home hour 1 30 George the soap Man 1 45 three Little maids 2 00 Blue chasers 2 30 violinist Florence Knope 2 45 Sisters of the Skillet 3 00 band of 1000 melodies 3 15 books the limelight 3 30 Chicago serenade 3 45 Bridge lesson 4 15 Morgan Trio 4 30 u. S. Army band 5 0" brazilian american pro Gram 5 30 same As Wiz 6 00 thirty minutes with the classics 6 30 children s hour Uncle Dud Ley 7 o0 Amos Andy 7.15 Ben s Barber shop sketch 7 30 Phil Cook 7 45 band 8 00 aunt Lulu s adventures 8 1 5 Landt Trio 8 50 the first. Nighter 9 00 Orck Stra 9 15 orchestra 9 30 melodies a i 0 Victor Herbert Light opera 11 00 slumber music 11 13 Organ recital Tom Grierson 211 , Boston 1230 11 5" Sunrise melodies 7 5 news 7 30 morning watch under auspices of Boston y. M. C. A. 7 45 Boston information service program 9 00 nine o clock Sere paders 9 15 old time favourites 9 30 the Syncope actors 9 45 Jubilee look mummers pay Parade 11 00 new year s service 12 00 forty fathom trawlers 12 15 noon Day revue poo Home makers matinee 1 30 Boston information service program 2 30 Columbia artists recital 3 00 Columbia Salon orchestra 3 30 the women s federation 4 00 Asbury Park Casino orches tra 4 30 the Crockett mountaineers 6 00 Ted and his greater gang 6 30 around the Camp fire 6 43 stylists 6 melodies to 0 15 the modernists 6 30 fireside fancies ii 45 insurance financiers 7 0 i Novelty dance program 7 30 tip top club 8 00 ten atones 8 15 poet s Gold 8 30 Kaltenborn edits the news 8 45 the watchman 9 00 the Cleer coolers 9 30 Story Magazine hour 10 00 the lutheran hour 10 30 new world symphony 11 00 Bruins is. N. Y. Rangers 11 29 w Eather report 11 30 news 11 45 Bobby Meeker and his or Chestra 12 00 Mickie Alport and his or Chestra 12 30 Nocturne Frank j. Mahler at the Organ thirty l Max new York. Dec. 31 up it will be a Happy new year for the Brook Lyn Robins. The club announced today that the signed contracts of 30 players have Ben received. Not the memory of the oldest inhabitant has any major league club been Able to boast to Large a cum Ber before hew. Year8 Dax Chest a new year s eve program 1 hours a95 Wiz new York 160 s the Pacific Arena 1931," Jerome d. Greene 5.j5 Hreen and de Rose vocal and instrumental duo 6 35 Stock Market closing prices and quotations 0 raising Junior e 15 Smith Ballew and his of l Nesri f talk John p. Kennedy 6 i Gloria s affairs dra Matic ski 6i45 topics Brief Lowell Thomas 7 Amo v Andy 7 5 National surety secret cases 7 30 Phil 7.15 Mildred Hunt. Contralto crooner with the fifth Avenue knights s r0 Foar ners Chie goans male or it orchestra direction Harry Koji Novelty orchestra russian Balalaika orchestra direction Alexander Kirilloff Lew Conrad novel a i 9 ".1 Muriel and be instrumental and v Oeal duo 0 13 the two trousers h icon Ila Idiu and Marcella Shields dramatic skit dance orchestra ? hour Mary Mccoy Soprano. Werrenrath. Eiliv Hughes baritones Willard Tobison and his deep River or Ersira a ton and Schutt piano duo Inal chorus of is Orch Fra direction Charles a Nam " me inn Mabel Zoeck 1 by. Sop Aro the choristers male t George Dilworth k1.111 slumber Musk string direction Ludwig Laurier jit"1 Larry Funk s orchestra 3" Louis Panico s orchestra 42 Wiaz. Cincinnati 70 1 "0 English bosons a ii t a 5 45 hut tin 5 55 Candy talk 6 0 Brooks and Ross to hot Sinto orchestra j . Of l i Cost topics Brief 7 autos Andy 7 5 Loisy tiny pot Corn r Vul 7 Elf Quaker Man 7 45 Vari to pc c National radio adv it program & i. Balalaika orchestra Oil 1 musical hour 9.3" hour 1 Coo Rob Newhall a slices l to Wea be 11 "3 Sitison l "0 Gibson to. Orr hcs a l 3" sol and Joanu x i 1astle l arts grebes a 37j v ,1s Hene Tadj 790 5 to Apt of Trio 5 45 l inn 6 .01 e Stock s of imports and Pew a 6 15 Warren Adams and Ore he tra 6 4" t late a and David 7 my a r Tor East 7.i new York slate de Paumen of health talk 7 a cello solos. Bernard Silberg 7 5 the gondoliers 0 musical proc Atn " musical program m o concert musical program " musical hour m is a program 151 trainman and to Van curler Oreh s i i Ongert program Jurinic Gre. N and hotel if a to to Elmton Orci ies a i 4 i of Peyton and hotel Keu Ruo orchestra wham. Rochester ii 50 it music recital i of 3 5 m Tilott " 4 5 Stock s t of Riitano is " Coria. Gas mi.,i z 15 digest. Iii Nonias " a life and 3" it iter Taipei i o la is nov Ity Oreh St Oil Muriel and ice 15 two trousers of pleasure hour to 30 Wayside inn 214 wac Boston 1230 5 00 Ted and his greater gang 5 30 my Cookhouse Story time 5 45 Rug Eiers 0 0" the champions Fitl 5 insurance financiers 6 50 smiling Jim and his Joy makers 6 45 the melodies to 7 00 new year s greetings from his Eminence William Cardinal o Connell 7 15 the jewellers 7 30 Evangeline Adams astrologer 7 45 Mickie Alpert and his co Chanut Grove orchestra 8 00 Guy Lombardo and his Royal canadians 8 30 butter and egg men 9 of fast freight 9 30 smoke dream Looi new year s eve dancing party new ear s Day programs 23 m 1ic. Hart Ford i who 7 of musical time table 5 30 Cheerio 9 00 Early Birds and fiddlers three 10 00 new year s Day Hawaii Lima islanders 10 30 forgotten melodies 10 45 keyboard kids Laura det and Len Berman 226 Avdoc Hartford 1330 10 " mummers Day Parade from Philadelphia 11 00 service from the National Cathedral Washington 12 00 Paul Treni Aine and his dance orchestra 1 2 30 Columbia revue 12 4" Phil Houdini accordionist 1 0" Home makers matinee 1 3 t ambassador hotel orchestra 2 00 rhythm Ramblers orchestra 2 Columbia artiste recital 3 0" Columbia Salon orchestra 3 30 Tom Noonan s new year s Day service from Chinatown Floii Ted and his gang 5 3" b a Lown and his Biltmore Oref Stra 0 musical program 6 15 Rouzic and his Barbi Zon Plaza orchestra 6 45 Tony s scrap Book 7fni to be announced 7 45 War stories by Connecticut heroes s a poet s Gold s 30 to be announced 8 4 5 Louise a Lam. Harpist 9 r f 1 Hyt he choristers 9 so dramatized tales of Mystie Luth a hour or. A a. Mair Yvo u t h r report new world symphony Stra b and his Ore Hes la 3u Bobby or s orchestra 3u no. 990 7 i l is. And Shine 7 45 Lolly Bill and Jane s 0" morning stars s.15 a Throp. A onion cd and Marr Luer i 3" Vermont lumber jacks 5 45 l Ood news 9 popular 9 f Trio 9 m id w t k or " m ush Al program 1" 15 Beatrix Maine 1" morn moods 11 Musi i program 11 45 erg 1 0e Luni Heon ensemble 12 farm and Home hour 1 is Ien Iii i Mirpuri s 3 0 Francu o r e i a. Direction Doug Woodman 4 lie me Knelt s or 5 brazilian american con r it Mel a he s of Lac Straw re Nef tinn. R singing the ate l Hii s let Nai Toni lines Static r o Topi a ii by. Loa 11 Nomas Asci of. V Andy of " Phil Cook 1" i Ray five Portnoe " a lad Lii Tnp program j to he announced is Lou we w. 3 by 3 i lie 11 Oreh 122 wok. Newark 7111 pm by or t. " s weather r port. Of fond hour. Of Biniek. P. Of 5 to merry. Tacko r 3 i o i c15 forty Kut Hom trawlers to semble with Allen jump. Tenor 30 sugar or Pittitt bulletin 5 a lie. Ore Hes a "5 Wor ensemble a Coin it orchestra Fred Chi co. Organ Trecita " .1 Haas and his Ilir i Ore Hes a and or it i ,.n a i to ,1 t fore Easi m Dodi s. Iii program will Osborne c"0 .-t Hon h 50 sports period 0 45 to Montclair concert ensemble 7 0 Coin it risen ble 7 15 tin. Wiki Sisters and Anita Bernard 7 3" Al and Frank Parka f. Nors a Little symphony 9 of Hart Jeter readings 9 5 to be noun d 9 50 melodies to 9 45 world touts loj5 Art Quint. I 0 4" Globe Trotter 0" w a her report 11 0.3 will Oakland Terrace or Chestra 11 30 moonbeams 349 wac. New York 80 7 30 Organ reveille 8 00 Tony s scrap Book 8 15 Mouth health by Robert t. Colwell 3 3t morning devotions 8 45 morning mins,tre1s 9 00 something for everone 9 30 morning moods 9 45 everyday Beauty by Nivea to no the March of time. 11 00 new year s service from National Cathedral Washington 12 00 Paul Treni Aine and his orchestra 12 30 Columbia revue 1 00 musical aviators orchestra 1 30 ambassador hotel orchestra 2 00 rhythm Ramblers 2 30 Columbia artists recital 44 weak Xci York 660 j 0" the Quaker Man 5 15 morning devotions s 3 Cheerio 9 02 morning melodies i Orothy Johnson Soprano orchestra direction Larry p Unk 9 45 food program la 0u or. Royal s. Copeland " 1 5 hits and bits 1 "0 Blue streaks 11 15 to be announced 1 30 talkie 11 45 Sweet and Low 12 00 wings of song 1 Pennsylvania luncheon music 2 00 to be announced 2 30 Melody three 3 00 to be announced 3 15 m u Sica cities 3 Musicale. 4 to be announced 4 30 tournament of roses University of Alabama and washing ton state College football game s 0ti Rudy a Allec and his orches tra 9oo birthday party reincarnations of Betsy Ross. Paul Revere general Anthony Wayne Harold Hansen Tenor John Moncrieff Bass the gondoliers male quartet s ring direction Lud wig 9 3" Melody moments Oliver Smith Tenor Eugene Ormandy violinist and director of orchestra 10 00 b. A. Rolfe and his dance St a uo0 Florence Richardson s or Chestra 11 30 Duke Ellington and his 12 0" Jack Albin and his orchestra 35 Wiz new York 760 7 3" Rise and Shine 7 45 Jolly Bill and Jane s soon the s 15 Landt Trio and Whito 8 50 Vermont lumber jacks 5 45 food program 9 0 popular bits 9 3" siring Trio with singing canaries ton musical program Ray per Kins master of ceremonies 10 13 Beatrice Mabie 10 3i the Man hatters dance or Chestra direction Frank Zagnoni 11 0" the rect lists 1 3 Louise Rice character Analy Sis from handwriting 1 45 Organ melodies ? 12 of tiie luncheon ensemble Amiee band i 3" National farm and Home hour 1 of g the Tava Man 1 45 Weathi reports 1,5" three Little maids string Trio 1 of Blue chasers dance orches tra 30 to be announced 2 45 Sisters of the Skillet Spe Fialty songs and dialogue 3 of band of a thousand Melo Dies 3 i5 to be announced 3 30 Chicago serenade Harry Kogen violinist and director 4 "0 Morcan Trio 4 3" to be announced 5 00 brazilian aun rican Prog a m Hon Carlos and his Marimba band Abigail precis. Soprano 5.35 to be announced ii 0 raising Junior i t 5 Peter Van Steeden and Oreh est r i 6 45 digest. Topic Brief Lowell 7 Amos Andy 7 1 5 t ers male to o 7 3" Phil Cook 7 45 frendly five footnotes Fred Wal Iii r. Nor orchestra direct Ion d i Lampe 8 0" aunt Lulu s adventures comedy sketch 8 15 Lind Trio and White 5 the i or t nil Tor dramatic sketch. Wenli turn. Meredith Charles Kluges Jar Doty Orch Stra fire. Ion Eriek Sage 5 " i Oreh c a 5 lies a 9.i l is i l indie or Zartet Orch Stra direct ii Willard Robi son 10 o echoes o the opera ensemble dirty to Cesare Sodero 11 00 slumber music string ensemble Diree Tiou Ludwig 12 00 Horace Leidt and his St a 28 Law Cincinnati 700 to 5 Wearb. R for East t .55 top o the morning 7 Tio morning exercises Etc. 7 15 Organ program 75 weather forecast 7 3i i Rise and Shine 7 45 Jolly Bill and Jane 8 00 morning exercises with Bob Burdete and Ruth Armstrong 8 15 chats with Peggy Winthrop 8 30 devotions by dad Kershner of the y. M. C. A. 8 45 our daily food 9 00 homemakers hour 10 00 musical program 10 15 Beatrice Mabie 10 30 Organ program by Arthur Chandlerjr. Of concert 30 musical program 45 Weil her 12 00 Organ program b Pat Gillick 12 20 hot i Gibson orchestra 1 00 National farm and Home period l 3o George the Man 1 45 Organ program 3 00 weather forecast 3 01 matinee players 3 30 Chicago serenade 4 00 nothing but the truth 4 15 Brooks and Boss watch night service people s Church of Christ court Street from v. M. To 1z Midnight or. And mra. Eraitt Orrin ton of Middletown will be with or. Herr Taiton will nine or. Harri Arton will spec Yon w ail Nordlu invited
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