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Comedy Reigns Supreme In Radio Will Try Its Hand At FRANCO TO JUDGE
TIME FOR CHANGE
Film Showing At Quilna Portraying Life Of 0. Henry Admits Spain May Get New
Comedy htt» becq crowned kintf and will rcijfri «upi'omc *t th« The life of one of America's most beloved short-story writers, Type Of Government
Quilna theatre Friday when the film "Over 21" opeim with »turt» Irene William Sidney Porter, known to millions of readers as 0. Henry, will
Dunne, Alexander Knox and Charles Cuburn. be depicted at 7:30 p. in. Friday over WOR on the program "Freedom SAN .SEBASTIAN, Spain, Sept.
Whenever the name of Irene Dunne and CharlcB Coburn are attached of Opportunity." 2 1 — ( U J J ) — Generalissimo Fran-
to a motion picture labelled comedy, audiences have lemned from pant The game vivid diama and heartbreak which pulses thru 0. Henry's cisco Franco has confirmed for the
performances that they arc duu for not only a delightful experience of
first time that
literary works are to be found in the poignant story ot his own life, to make way forhe plans toofretire a change gov-
charm and chuckles, but great, in its struggles, defeats and the i — ' " ernment, but intends that he alone
big1, guffaws. Now Alexander final success which placed him which can be heard ovor station shall decide when and how the
Kuox joins them and is said to
make it a triumphant triumvirate
in this picture.
OHIO- "The Story of GI Ju'1" with
Burge«8 MetedUli na Ernie ^y'«.
among the immortals of American WOR at 9:30 p. m. Friday.
Richard Hoffman, noted psy-
change will be made.
Franco significantly made the
Dr. Hoffman's native wit and dibclorie yesterday in responding
versatility will be called into full to a toast at a gathering of 200
crimiriologist, author play as hesharp-tongued remarks high Spanish military officers,
QOTMIA—"Over 21" with lienu exchanges
At the Ohio theatre is the pic- Dunne and Alexandoi Knox; chiatrist, with four career
ture which has kept people in a also "Rhythm Round-Up." and poet, returns as guest to girls. Holding the lort for many of whom bad studied, cam-
turmoil in anticipating its forth- SIGMA—"Radio SUM On Parade" paigned in Morocco and fought in
"Leave It To the Girls," the the teams will be the newspaper the civil war with him. STORY OF
coming. That film is "The Story with Frances Landlord, Sklmiay laugh-provoking feminine round columnist and radio personality,
of GI Joe" which stars Burgess , Kniilii, Ralph Edwards and Don Gen. Juan Yague, commander
Dorothy Kilgallen: the assistant of the Sixth region, had just a.°-
table on problems of romance, director of the John Robert Pow-
Meredith as the late beloved col- 'WllKon; also "Dangorous In-
umnist, Ernie Pyle. The story of sured Franco that he could count
truder." ni K model school, Robin Chandler; on the loyalty of the entire Span-
the picture develops from the ac- STATE — "Having a Wonderful Radio Guide the newspaper editor, Florence ish army uhon fbe "evolution
tions of the infantryman—the fel- Crime" and "Medal Kor Benny" ! Pritchett, and the woman execu- I which if necessary is effected."
low that Ernie used to tell about with Arturo de Cordova and JJor- A PERFECT LIKENESS «crr. xi j tivf. Elisf McElhone, j Franco rose and replied:
in his columns. otliy Lamour (Lima -fiait) ! "Duffy's Tavern" returns at "Evolution, yes, even if it were' Blfia'SS MERtC.
If you've never had the privil- XiYBIC—"Oath of Vengeance' with OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLA P. M. 7:30 p. m. Friday for listeners' en- j only to let me rest. 1 want this
ege of being in on some of the Buster Cruhbe and Al "Fuzzy" 4:1 j—Portia Fstcei Life, Drama—nbc
The Komanc* ot Evelyn cb» joyment over WEAF with "Ar- , evolution to be a quick one, but
Btunts pulled by "Truth or Con- St. John: also "Johnny Dofsu't Superman mba chie," the manager, suffering from j it is going to bu ..v-,!f who will I
sequences," the program which is Live Here Anymore." \MHlSTLfc 4:38—Just Plain Bill, Dramatic—nbc j
3U1NMOR.' YOU'RE ferry Allen and Siitert-tba a slight case of "swelled head" ) say whf n and how it w i l l be e f - j
aired every Friday with Ralph AUiCV — "Miracle of Morgan's Houcv of Mystery—ttib» cau'-ed by exposure to Hollywood i fected." > Hilly Cissell. Ti
Edwards as master of ceremonies, Creek" with Betty Hutton and Al*ONG TVfe 4:15—Front Pa«e Farrell—nbc
Wildermeaf Road Drama—cb* and travel abroad. Plu»! Dianey Cartoon
then you've missed something. To Eddie Bracken; also "The San Radio and iccording star Diane The mullet on its head
Tom Mix—mba World Kews Zvrnti
get an idea of ho^ things are done Antonio Kid." 5:PO—News Report for 35 mine —nbc Courtney and Arthui "Red" Mot- while eating.
On that program, you'll want to COMING UP Qolner How and New? - rbt U-y, head of Fawcett Publications,
see "Radio Stars on Paradp" now OHIO—"Blood On the Sun" romln? Chick Carter— mbg
S:15—America'a Serenade: Sports—nbc are Dunninger's guest judges for
showing at the Sigma theatre. Friday. nbc the broadcast at 9 p. m. Friday "RADIO STARS OX PARADE"
Sharing the' bill is, "Dangerous In- QU1LVA—"Du orcfe" and "China's
truder." Returning to play once Little Devils" atait Friday.
Lynn Murray Cboro* cba
5:30—Sally Moore Songs Show—cba
over station WEAF. Dunninger,
for his "brainbuster." will attempt
ENDS TONITE Plus "DANGEROUS INTRUDER"
«Kain for those people who did gIGMA—"Northwest Mounted Po- World Nn«- el» to re-id mentally a passage from 12
not have the chance before to see
the films are "Northwest Mounted
licy": also "This Gun For Hire"
Police" and "This Gun for Hire." STATE—"l/alley of Decision" and
1:00—Como'a Supper Chib—nbe basic
Jack Kirkwood'« Show—cbi
f;15—World War vi» Broadcast—nbe
an old issue of The American
Maga/ine, previously selected by TOMORROW XOON
The Raymond Scott Show— cba the guests and a GI judge.
Both pictures will open Saturday. ' Three Is a Family" due Sunday. Sinfonietta Concert' mot 1 BIG HITS BROUGHT BACK BY DEMAND
When a couple goes away for its LYRIC — "Meanest Alan in the S:30—Music of Three Son^—nbc More than 18,000 members of
honeymoon and has a guest tap- World" and "Cheyenne Hound- S:45—Richard Harkness— nbc ! the Royal Australian Air Force
7:00~The Paul Lavalle Concert—nbc
ging along behind, that's worth Up" open Saturday. Henry Aldrich Family—cba ' saw action in Britain, the Middle
making a movie of. That's exact- AIiIiEH—"Double Indemnity" and News—mb» ! East and India.
"The Kansan" commence Sunday. 7:30—Correction Pleaw—nbc
ly what has been done, too. Now Adventure* With th* Th(n Ma'fi
showing at the State theatre is -cb.
Freedom at Opportunity—mba
"Having a Wonderful Crime" with "Miracle of Morgan's Creek" 7:33—Five Minntea Nrw» Period—cbs 2 Love Stories!
George Murphy, Pat O'Brien and you'll be able to find that type nf S:00—Abe Lrrnan'i Waltz Time—nbc
Carole Landis. The co-feature is comedy which is strictly on the It Pay» To B« Ijrnorant—obc
Gabriel Meaner mba
"A Medal for Benny" with Arturo beam. 8:30—People Are Funnv. a Quiz—»bc GARY
That Br«w«ter Boy— cba 0 D O O O O O O
de Cordova and Dorothy Lamour.
Double or Nothing—mba ^Broadway Play Rockso
Jack Benny has been keeping
both radio and screen audiences INDICTED IN BRAWL DEATH!
entertained for many years. Now, NEWAKK, 0., Sept. 21—(AP) '
Gary Moor* & Jimmy Durant*
the Screen nithLaaghs! o COOPER
Boxing Bout—rub* o MADELEINE
he has made a picture which —Stanley Coffman of Buckeye j S:3l)-BiH Stern's Sports Series—nbc
seems to top them all. In the film, Lake was indicted on a charge of !
"Meanest Man in the World,"
manslaughter yes-terday in con-
9:43—To Be Announced—nbc
you'll actually see Benny at hi? I war was "one of my greatest pleas- Ne«». Variety Dance 2 hr.—cbi
best. The picture will open Sat- nection with the death of Paul E.
urday at the Lyric theatre.
When you Betty Hutton, land
Cleveland of Johnstown. Cleve- ARMY CHEERS POW Danefnjr—mbs
j ures. but one of my hardest tasks.'1 i 10:13—Variety and News to 1 a. TO.
! "To j ou men who stayed behind <
Eddie Bracken and William Dem-
months ago from a ! and helped, we all want to give our |
! thanks,'" he added. "It has been a !
nrv\T x* V
arest together, you can be sure of head injury allegedly received in
pretty good time. In the film,' a brawl at the resort. | great help."' TODAY-
Dl.NM < GODDARD • FOSTER - PRESTON
•:,,.;;,„• i/,'l/.'//\ Akim TAMIROFF • ton CHANEY, Jr.
Buster Crabbe in
,86 Praised Particularly For OHIO PTA WILL MEET
! Volunteer Work ' JN CAPITAL SEPT. 26-28*
I OATH OP VENGEANCE
and JOHNNY DOESN'T
O O O O O O O O O O O
Produced and Directed by Cecil B. DeMille
COLUMBUS, Sept 21 — (INS) .
YOKOHAMA. Sept. 21 — (AP) —More than 100 representatives
of the Ohio Congress
—Eighty-six Allied prisoners of 'i of units today were scheduled of
LIVE HERE ANY MORE
war received a rousing welcome i meet in Columbus from Sept. 26
today as they returned to freedom | thru Sept. 28 as part of the an-
from the dreary prison camps of nual membership week, •which
Osaka, in which they had volun- opens Sunday. Principal speaker SATURDAY ONLY
teered to stay to help liberate their will be Mrs. William A. Hastings
7.217 fellow- prisoners. of Madison, Wis., national P-TA JOHNNY "THIS
As their train reached the Yoko- president.
hama station, the American infan-
try division band played military One form of dinner plate used | MACK BROWN FOR HIR£
tunes and one of the prisoners, in China is made from a thick j
Albert Sewell, 27-year-old British- in
er, captured at Hong Kong, joined slab of salt, v.-hich makes it un- j
them with a bugle.
The repatriated men cheered as food.
necessary for the diner to salt his i Cheyenne Round-Up WARNER
' 1 LEASE the band played "Anchors Aweigh.''
NOW! 0ild :
ten ir-j Av FIELD
Most of the prisoners carried Jap-
anese sabers wrapped in gaudy
pieces of silk.
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PAT O'BRIEN P.M.
Seated at mess tables, they
cheered v.-ildly as Lt. Gen. Robert
MEANEST MAN TONIGHT AT 8:30 CAROLE LANDIS 6:00 Chesterfield Supper Club
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L. Eiehelbergcr. with tears in his
eyes, told them that meeting trains
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9:00 Dunninger Matter Mrntalijt
sat. Il:l9 a. m. Lensrt AUKBT. Kcherd 9:30 Westinthouse Report
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