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WIBA TONIGHT WItconttn State Journal — Q January SI, 194S M«ltl»» V (Radio 9:98 New* Report* *:30 NBC Mr. Dlitrlct Attorney WIBA HI* wcri, ion* KMOX n» 0:00 NBC Supper Club 9:QO NBC Kay Kyicr CnllMC* LET'S ME. I . HAVE A U DIO VOU HEAR EM, TRICK A LITTLE TBINKET I USSD WIIA S1« Wlnl) 1240 WON 730 fl:19 NBC News of the World 10:00 Night Now*' Edition -I NEED SdNWIDGE AN VIM' RIGHT INTO MV HAND/. WI.W WBBM TOO HO WENR 190 WTMJ 120 WIND 9«0 WJJD Hat 6:30 Dinner Melody 6:49 NBC H. V. K'altenborn 10:15 Sgt. Olson Ceremonies 11:00 NBC News Report -TOP corrn some o' BREW UOMTER"? I PONT GET MOUMO THE HACK TRACKS IN M6XICO/ MM1CH MAW X WCCO HO WMAQ «0 WLS 890 KERRV-/ I'M HUNGR 7:00 NBC Mr. ana Mrs. North 7 HO NBC Carton of Cheer 11:03 NBC Danny Kyan Serenade -4S 4 VOUCHER VOU, fit 4 11:30 NBC Design for Listening STIT04IS/ 8:00 NBC Eddie Cantor Show 11:53 NBC News Reports Tonight's Aces OTHER STATIONS TONIGHT Variety 8:00 6:00 Dr. Preston Bradley—WON Supper Club—WTMJ 8:30 8:30 Mr. District Attorney—WMAQ Cisco Kid—WGN WIBU 6:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—WIBU 8:30 Which Is Which—WBBM 8 p. m. — Eddie C * n ( o r 6101 Jim Blade Music—WMAQ fl:f>r. Storjr teller— WENR (WIBA): hns n nurprine birthday B:nn Dinning SlRtnrB—AV7JBM !>;00 Nllo» mill Pi-lncllr—WBNR party, with Oeorgc Burns and 1:19 Raymond (3rnm Awlnn—WCFi. 0:on Summ-r Wolleu—WUIU WGN (1:10 Thi! Farm's Ihu Thine—WLS I):OI> Grout Moment!) In Miulo—WBBM Grncie Allen as guests . . . Frank (1:18 John W. Vandoi'cook—WMAQ 9:0* Kay Kysor—WMAQ Sinatra (WBBM): with Lionel Bar- 6:19 Organology—WIBU 9:30 Let Yourself Go—WCCO WBBM rymorc. E:13 Music That Satisfies—WBBM Ellery Queen—KMOX WBBM 8:30 9:30 Northerners—WGN 0:30 On Stage. Everybody—WENR 9 p. m. — Nile* and Prindte 8:30 Supper Interlude—WMAQ 10:00 .lack KirMwnurt Slu.w—WBBM (WKNR): become proprietors o£ 0:30 Lone Ranger—WLS 10:01) Answer Man—WGN a beauty galon; Galo Robbing sings 8:49 Bins SiMiin—WIDU 10:1)0 Rllppur Olllh—WMAQ 0:43 H V Knltonborn—WMAQ 10:15 9o the Story Goes—WBBM "1 Dream oJ You;" Billy Mill*' or- 7:00 Jack Carson—WBBM WCCO 10:30 Just for Fun—WMAQ PUT THAT SHADE we CAwrarr suN-staowt ru.weX5umirouT.wwi •MRMC PfOPUfOKM Ml chestra plays "Accentuate the Pos- 7:110 Mr. and Mrs. North—WMAQ 10:45 Serenade—WBBM UP; THIS SUN is IN TW COUPU, HOURS WE'LL (UtS. WMtVK-AUNHZ itive" . . . Kay Kyger (WIBA): 7:00 Ted Ma^one—WLS 10:45 Fulton Lewis. Jr.—WGN MURC3EROUS.THB BE HERE. HEY- VMTHolSTY. S/MN' PERTH' FUTURE. from Bainbridge Naval Base, Bal- 7:00 Old Timer's Jamboree—WIBU 10:45 Rumpus Honm—WTMJ YWERREFlKTStr I GUESS II WE A CRlNK. 7U5 Lum and Abncr—WLS J):05 Petrillo and Jnnette— WBBM timore, Md. 7:3fl Victory Jamboree—WIBU 11:15 Lew Diamond Orch.—WENH WE DON1 WAWT NO SUN-STROKES. 9:30 p, m.—On Stage, Everybody 7:30 Dr. Christian—WBBM WCCO 11:15 Buddy Franklin Orch.—WGN 7:30 Counterspy—WL3 11:30 Bob Grant Orch.—WGN •K RJTUBB 1W» CAM (WENR): variety show with Mil- 7:30 Human Adventure—WGN 11 -30 Design for Dancing—WMAQ •.rvseirv ton Cross a B me.; new time and 7:30 Carton of ClleDr— WMAQ 11:30 Tod Wcems—WBBM day: guest, Billy Rose, stage and SlOO E<lfli« Cantor—WMAQ ll;3ft Kmll Vunrin'n Oroh WENH nightclub Impressario. 8:00 Keep Up W i t h the World—WENR 12:00 N l t n W n t c h — ( t o 3:30)—WIND K:0fl Gahrlc) Meatier—WGN WIBU 12:00 MlinlCRl NIshtL'llp—WMAQ * » O 8:00 Prank Sinatra—WBlmi WCCO 12:03 Mol Cooper—WBBM 8:19 Heal Life Stories—WGN 12:05 Chuck Foster Orch.—WON Music 8:15 Book of Melody—WIBU 12:15 That's for Me—WENB 8:39 Marine Story of tile Week—WIBU 12:30 Cab Calloway Orch.—WBBM C p. m. — Supper club (WIBA): 8:30 Spotlight Bands—WENR 1:00 New» and Music—WBBM with Perry Como and Mary Ash- worth, singers; Ted Steele orches- A8HWORTH BLOCK OTHER STATIONS THURSDAY tra: Martin Block, m. o.; guests, Los Panehos, instrumental trio. WIBA at 6 —MORNING— S:30 p. m. — Spotlight Bands 6:00 farm Service—WLS HEWS BROADCASTS (WENR): Ted Lewis. 6:00 Top o' The Morning—WTMJ TONIGHT • p. m.—Great Moments In Music (WIBA): solve "Some Crimes 8:18 Everett Mitchell—WMAQ B:00 WBBM WIBU B:00 WGN WIBU WHILE • LUNA, ANCIENT, SILVERY QUEEN OP NIGHT That Didn't Happen." 6:30 Victory Farmers—WLS 8:00 WGN WMAQ 9;00 WIND WCFL •AHURRl (WBBM): Suzanne Stcn, Jan 7:00 Morning Devotions—WLS 6:05 WMAQ 10:00 WJBA WTMJ FIVE 14 ABOUTTOHWE A VISITOR - "' UMR DUST RISES, AS THE Peerce, and Robert Weed* in se- 7:30 p. m. — Dr. Christian 7:00 Pats Gallicchio—WMAQ 8:30 WCCO WBBM 10:00 WCCO WENK (WBBM): helps a young soldier 7:15 Farm Service—WIBU 8:30 WTMJ WIBA 10:15 WMAQ PAIRS OF A TINY, METALLIC STRANGER 6PACE CRAFT 6ETTLC5 lOTHt lections from "Samson and Deli- 7:30 Farm Frolic—WIBU 5:45 WBBM WMAQ 10 :SO WGN WENR EVE6 ON FROM SPACE.' lah." and a nurses' aide solve their prob- 8:00 Your Neighbor—WMAQ 8:05 WIIIA WI3BM JQl.'lO WBBM MOOT* SURFACE - 9:30 p. m. — The Northerners lems in "Always Yours" . . , Coun- »:00 Municnl Clock—WIHU (1:00 WHI1M VV11JU 10:45 WON EARTH terspy (WLS); foils plot of Nazi 8:30 Brcakfail Club—WLS 8:00 WLS WIND 11:00 KMOX WMAQ STRAIN IN (WGN>: "M/ Heart Sings," "God's 9:00 Valiant Lady—WBBM WCCO 6:15 WTMJ WMAQ 11:00 WBBM WTMJ Country," "Where Or When," spies to murder Turkish diplomat 9:00 My True Story—WLS 6:15 WIBA 11:00 WENR WGN ANXIETY "Sing Me a Song of Sunbeams." . . . Human Adventure (WON): 9:00 Weather Forecast—WIBU 6:30 WIBU WGN 11:00 WIBA TO VIEW 11:05 p. m.—Petrillo and Jan- dramatizes "Empires of the An- B;00 Lora Lawton—WMAQ 8:45 W1HA WMAQ 11:55 WTMJ WIBA THE EVENT, cient Past." 8:05 rlebrew Christian Hour—WIBU 7:00 WLS WGN 12:00 WGN WBBM «tte (WBBM): "Sleighride in Ju- »:15 Light of the World—WBBM 7:30 WCFL WIND 12:00 WENR WMAQ ly," "More and More," "Let's Take 8 p. m.—Keep Up With the 0:15 Robt. St. John—WMAQ 7:20 WIBU 12:55 WENR WMAQ the Long Way Home," "Baia" from World (WENR): Lieut. Alexander 9:30 Evelyn Winters—WBBM 0:30 Finder* Keiipers—WMAQ 7:55 KMOX WBBM 1:01) WBBM WGN MIRACLE.' "The Three Caballeros." Vraciu, navy pilot missing in ac- B:3B Shady Valley Folks—WIBU * * * tion, central figure m drama. P:46 Listening Post—WLS THURSDAY 8:30 p. m.—Mr. blstrlct Attorney 0:46 Bachelor's Children—WBBM A. M. 2:15 _.. wnnM _.. _ Quiz (WrBA): "Cane of the Black Mar- 10:00 Amanda—WBBM WCCO 10:00 Nimd at Lite—WMAQ 8:31) WMACJ WIND i!::i(» WIIJA WIND flirt) WMAQ WIND 2:45 WLS 1:30 p. m. — Which In Which ket Bnbies," 10:00 Tom Brencmnn's Bronkfilat—WLS 10:1B Second Husband—WBBM WCCO fl;OII WTMJ 8:3(1 WTMJ WIDA WC;N WENR 3:29 WIIBM (WBBM): Ken Murray presents 10:1B Rosemary—WMAQ 0:41) WGN WLS 4:ul> WGN WJJD TOO BAD YOU IM OORRirMR.MUGSINS. Fred Allen. Henry Busse, Carmen 10:30 Bright HDriMm—WBBM WCCO 6:48 WMAQ 4:15 WENR CANTT COME TO D l so ° *»&* VOU TO Miranda, Akim Tamiroff, and Ru- Thundery fin* 10:30 Star Playhouse—WMAQ 8:5B WBBM 4:30 WBBM MyTWTY_NEXT MEET MY NIECE -SWF5 10:30 Take It Easy Time—WGN 7:00 WIBA WIND 4:35 WBBM TIME I WONT -TAKE .SUCH A CUARMINS dy Vallee, or their Imitators. 10:45 Aunt Jenny's Stories—WBBM 7:00 WBBM WTMJ 5:00 WBBM WCCO - > • > < » 10:45 What's Your Idea?—WIBU WGN 7:01 WIBU 5:00 WMAQ WGN GIRL TOTWINKSP.BBOTWS! 9:45 ». m. — Listening Post 10:45 David Harum—WMAQ 7:15 WGN WBBM S:00 WIND WIBU AMI StAOTOSK Mi*c«//crneou* (WLS): magazine story, "The Things You Suyl" 11:00 The Editor 1 * Dnti«hler—WMAQ 11:00 Knte Smith SpeiiHs—WBBM 7::«) WIIIA WTMJ 7:45 WCCL WHA f.:03 WMAQ R:30 WilBM WCCO 8:35 p. m.—Storyteller (WENR): 11:00 Guiding Light—WTMJ 7:»6 WMAQ WTMJ 5:30 WIUA WTMJ "Music of the Spheres." 10:45 a. m. — What'* Your Idea 11:00 Martha and Helen—WLS 8:00 WGN WBBM 5:45 WBBM WMAQ 9:30 p. m,—Let Yourself Go (WGN, WIBU): music and day- 11:15 Bhymster Time—WGN 11:15 Linda's First Love—WMAQ B:15 WLS 8:25 vVTMJ 5:45 WHA •(WENR): Milton Berle with Vic- by-day living, discussed by Harriet 11:15 Today's Children—WTMJ 5:55 WBBM WIBA 8:30 WCCO WMAQ 6:00 WBBM WLS tor Moore. Johnson, mwsic critic. 11:15 BIB Sinter—WBBM WCCO KMOX R::lfl WIIIA H:(H> W I H U WIND * « « 12 m. —• Elliancth Hart Presents 11:20 r»i'm nnd Home Hour—WIBU ftlSttWMAQ BilUWC.FL, (WMAQ): Lieut. Elsa Larson, 11:30 Helen Tj-ent—WBBM WCCO 0:43 WIND WBBM «:!» WTMJ WMAQ Drama army nurse. 11:30 Women In White—WTMJ 11:45 Our Gal Sunday—WBBM WCCO 9:00 WGN WIND 9:15 WTMJ WMAQ 6:30 WIBU WGN 6::ll)WLS 12:30 p. m.—Paul Stone (WGN) 11:49 Farm front—WIBU »:15 WHA WCFL 8:45 WLS WMAQ 6:30 p. m. — Etlery Queen with Rise Stevens, Metropolitan 9:30 WLS WIND 7:00 WIBU WGN (WBBM): "Adventures of the 7,- Opera star as guest. —AFTERNOON— 9:40 WGN 7:00 WLS WIND 000 Victims;" George Givot, radio 12:00 Dmnerbell Time—WLS 10:00 WIBU WJJD 1:20 WIBU 2:30 p. m. — Tales front Far and 12:00 The Grenadiers—WTMJ 10:30 WIUA WLS 7:30 W I N D WCFL »nd stage star, guest detective. Near (WBBM): Ruskin's "King of 12:00 Life Can Bo Beautiful—WBBM 10:41! WLS 7 :SB KMOX WBBM 7 p. m.—Mr. and Mrs. North the Golden River." 12:00 Elizabeth Hart Presents—WMAQ 11:00 WGN WIBU 8:00 WGN WIBU THAT'S JUST IT- LAUNCELOT-WH BUT-LAimCELOT 12:15 Ma Perkins—WCCO WBBM 11:15 WIBU »:00 WIBU WIND IHEY WON'T LOOK 12:30 Loop Noonday Service—WJJD 11:HO WMAQ 10:00 WCCO WENB DO YOU HAVE HAVE BEEN 12:30 Piula Stone—WGN 11:30 WIBU WGN 10:00 WIBU WIND FOR THREE GUYS- GO? TOU'RE 0 0 - W I L L TAKE BRANNER WIBA THURSDAY 12:30 Bjrnardme Flynn—WBBM 12:45 T:n Goldbergs—WCCO WBBM 11:30 WMAQ WIND 11:48 WTMJ 10:00 WIUA WCJ1. Y<E'LL LEAVE .... ING SO YOU CHIEF riHWEr 10:00 WTMJ MOBN'IVO 2:15 NBC Ma Perkins 12:45 American Woman's Jury—WGN P. M. 10:115 WIBA WMAQ WITH THE KID WITH YOUR -THE MEN IN COMING T 6:00 \fornlng Parade 2:30 News Reports 6.30 News Report 2:35 Mimic oE the Duv 1:00 Never Too Old—WGN 12:00-WIUA WCFL) 10:HO WBBM WGN LETHlM SURi- SINGING AN THE CAn MIGHT GO 8 .-'.5 Morning Variety 1:00 Farm Service—WIBb 12:15 WIBU 10:30 WENB 5URE- I LIKE YOU WANT US TO 2:45 NBC Right to HappineH 1:00 Life Con Be Beautiful—WTMJ 13:20 WHA 10:45 WGN 7:00 NBC World Newi Roundup 3:00 NBC Backstage Wife RtGGIE 7 IS Musical Clock 3:15 NBC Stella Dallas 1:00 Guiding Light—WMAQ 12:30 WBBM WIND 11:00 WGN WBBM ING IN AH- .J:3I> State Journal Ntwa Edition 1:00 Joyce Jordan—WBBM WCCO 12:30 WMAQ WIBA 11:00 WTMJ WIBA OTHEIS CHOIR 3:30 NBC Lorenzo Jones 1:18 School Time—WLS 12:30 WCCO WLS 11 :DO WMAQ WENB 7:50 Musical Clock 3:45 NBC Young Widder Brown 8:30 News 1:18 Jane Cowl—WGN 12:45 WMAQ 11:55 WTMJ WIBA 4:00 The Pet Parade 1:15 SI Hays—WIBU 12:55 WTMJ 12:00 WBBM WGN 8:15 Shopping Guide 4:15 Munlt for School * Home * 35 Interlude 1:18 The GolduerKs— WTMJ 1:00 WIND/WGN 12:00 WENR WMAQ 4:30 The Cnmpun Jamboree 1:18 Tiitlny'n Children—WMAQ 1:4.1 WON 12:M WMAQ WENR »:00 The Trading Post 4:4(1 Accordion P*rnd« • * M Mimic of till* Doy (1:00 Tim DiOlnrtijiir* 1:1B Two on n C ' l u c — W M M M 1 :M WTM.7 i :W> WON WBBM 0 3J> NBf rin<l^r< K«<t|>«» B:.'iO Nown DilillrjM I iilli Wummt hi W h l l t r — W M A Q )d '1(1 Mlir in.iirl i,l Life fl:<ltt The flnoru I'artirle 1:110 nlumor Mmwr—WI.i8 10 1$ nation Board Program I.I VI N'-WJI 6:05 New* Report* 1:30 A u n t Jenny's Stories—WTMJ 1:30 Perry Mnson—WBBM WCCO SPORTS REVIEWS jn 10 Irltcrludi! EVENING 1:30 GmsnurKh Orch.—WGN TONIGHT 10 45 NBC rxivld Harum 6:00 NBC Rupper Club 1:45 Hymns ol1 All Churches—WMAQ »:45 WIIIA WTMJ l l d B W M A Q 11 no (.Inda'R First Lov« 8:1B Dlnnpr Mrlorty 1:45 Wlsoor.ulii Vnrlcllpn—WIDU • lOOKMOX 11 SB Mary FonU-r K-.JO NBC Boh nurni Show 1:45 Trim nnd Tlni—WCCO WHOM 1! 30 The Farm Roundup 7:00 NBC Frank Mnrgut 8:01) Mary Martin—WBDM WCCO P, M. 11:13 WMAQ AFTERNOON 8:00 A Woman of America—WMAQ 7:30 NBC hlniih shore'! Open llouae 2:00 Words and Music—WIBU • 8:45 WIUA WTMJ 1? 00 New§ Report » 03The r»rm Roundup 8:00 NIIC Music Hall 1:30 NBC Village Store 3:OO Jimmy Carroll—WX.S 6:00 KMOX HO\N did The tails of me auntfe ' IS: 15 Farm Service 9:00 NBC Abbott and Cortello 2:15 Palmer HOUSP Orch.—WIBU I just tried out a new they silver fo* furs cam* off 12:30 JToon News Edition 12:50 Interlude 9:30 NBC Bndy Vallee Show 10:00 Night News Edition 2:15 Appointment With Life—WCFL 2:15 Your Home and Mine—WLS MARKETS IqNitsyVtttcy pair o'sciscors. juct tike 3:00 NBC Culdirw Light 10:15 NBC Harkness cf Washington 2:15 M» Perkins—WMAQ THURSDAY 1:15 NBC Today's Children 1:30 NBC Women in White 10:30 NBC Muilc of New World 11:00 NBC News Report 2:30 Ida Bailey Allen—WGN 2:30 School of the Air—WBBM A. M. P. M, that. 2:30 The Smoothies—WIBU B :2B KMOX 12:00 WIBU 1:45 Organ Melody 11:09 NBC Design for Listening 11:30 WLS 12:10 WIBU 2:00 NBC Woman of America 11:55 NBC News Report 2:30 Pepper Young—WMAQ 11:4S WLS 12:40 WIBU 2:45 Right to Happiness—WMAQ 12:50 WLS 2:45 Voice ot the Army—WIBU WHA THURSDAY 3-00 Family Bible Hr—WIBU 1:10 WLS MORNINU 11:50 Noon Mu.sicule 3:00 Backup** Wlfc—WMAQ 7:45 Mornlnff N«-ws AFTERNOON 3:00 House Pnrty—WnnM WCCO t 58 WHA Program Ruvlew 12:20 Noon News 3:15 Yours Alone—WENB «:1B John W. Vandereook—WMAQ 8 00 Mli«lc You Want 18:30 Farm Program: The New Henry 3:15 Stella Dallas—WMAQ 6:15 Raymond Gram Swing—WCFL, B 30 Mornlntf Melodies Spring Wheat, R. O. Shands; The 3:15 Songs ot Praise—WGN 6:30 Supper Interlude—WMAQ 8:45 Brondrast on Broadcast*: "How State Grange Program, Neal Peck 3:30 The Hayloft—WIBU 6;30 Mr. Keen—WBBM KMOX to I.lnten to NEWS", William L. 1:00 Chapter a Day: "Pastoral". Nevil 3:30 Judy and Jane—WGN 8:30 Hollywood Theater—WTMJ Dniidnn. news fdltor of the Wis- Shute 3:30 Beutah Karney—WENR 6:45 H. V. Kaltenborn—WMAQ consin State Journal 1:15 Wlsconnin Legislative Forum 3:30 Lorenzo Jones—WMAQ 6:45 Victory Jamboree—WIBU S.15 Xfvvs arttl Viows 1:30 Wisconsin Stories: "Our Bearing* 3:45 Ethel and Albert—WENR V.OO Suspense—WBBM WCCO »:30 Muilc Enjoyment: "Flute and are 44" N., 90° W.!" 3:45 Handy Man—WIBU 7:00 Frank Morgan—WAMQ Clarinet" 1-30 Musical Interlude 3:45 Widder Brown—WMAQ 7:18 Lum and Abner—WLS B 50 Interlude »!00 quarters and Sonata*: Gunnar 4:00 When a Girl Marries—WMAQ 7:15 Song for Todoy—WIBU . ' S:57 Weather Report Johansen 4:00 Rev. Policy—WIBU 7:15 Art Kasscl Orch.—WGN ' 1C:00 Homcmakers' Program: About 2:30 Music of the Master* 4: IB Portia Faces Life—WMAQ 7:30 Sammy Kaye Show—WGN WIBU Black Markets. May Cow-leu; The S:30 Freedom Forum 4:30 Malcolm Claire—WENR 7:30 America's Town Meeting—WLS Dietitian Considers: Health and 4:00 But LaterVy In Dance 4:30 University Special—WIBU 7:30 Death Valley Sheriff—WBBM Habits. Mary Gerund 4:15 Treasury Salute 4:30 Just Plain Bill—WMAQ 7-30 Dinah Shore—WMAQ 10:30 Campui Visitors 4:30 Adventures In Research 4:48 Front Pope Farrcll—WMAQ 8:00 Red Cross Show—WBBM 10:45 Musicnl Moment;: .5:00. Adventure Stories: "Kidnapped" 4:4B Hop Hnrrlfinn—WENR 8:00 Gabriel Hcattcr—WIBU WON 11:80 Introduction to Literature, Prof. 5:45 Afternoon New« *;45 Gold Coniit Rhythm—WBBM 0:00 America's Town Meeting—WENH Ricardo 4 u In tana 6:00 Dinner Mugicale 9:00 Terry ana tho Pirntos—WENB 8:00 Music Hall—WMAQ 5:15 Dick Tracy—WENR 8:15 Here Comes the Navy—WIBU 5:15 King's Jesters—WBBM 8:15 Real Life Stories—WGN 8:1B Superman—WIBU WGN 8:15 Chester Bowles—WCFL 8:30 Jack Armstrong—WENB B:30 Spotlight Bands—WENH 8:30 Fiesta—WIBU 8:30 Corliss Archer—WBBM WCCO DAILY CROSSWORD 5:30 Jimmy Allen—WGN 8:30 Treasure Hour or Song—WGN 8:30 Village Store—WMAQ 8:45 Capt. Midnight—WENR ACROSS 4. Small 25. Hebrew 9:45 Tom Mix—WGN WIBU 8:55 Storyteller—WENR. 1. Refuse ol strcami prophet —EVENING— 9:00 Abbott and Costello—WMAQ (poss.) 9:00 Fred Waring Show—WENR grapes 8. Mimic 6:00 Jack Klrkwood—WCCO 9:00 First Line—WCCO WBBM 8. Sacred bull 6. Peace 26. Forward 8:00 Jim Blade's Music—WMAQ 8:00 Anita Ellis Sings—WIBU 8:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr.—WIBU 8:15 It's Murder— WCFL (Egypt.) 7. Frosted 29. Expression COO Supper Club—WTMJ 0:15 Dale Carnegie—WGN WIBU ». Per. to the 8. Aims for 30. Unit of work 6:00 Dr. Preston Bradley—WGN 8:30 Swing's the Thing—WGN cheek 9. Anc. king- 31. Cause 6:05 Dinning Sisters—WBBM 8:30 Here's to Romance—WBBM 6:15 Lum and Aimer—WIBU 9:30 March of Time—WENR 10. Agreements dom (Bib.) 34. Let again 6:15 Music That Satisfies—WBBM 9:30 Rudy Vallee—WMAQ 12. Harangue 11. Horses 35. Sprites 6:15 Discussion Club—WLS 9:30 Music You Remember—WIBU 13. Put forth 15. Little'girl 36. Colors, a* 10:00 Jack Kirkwood Show—WBBM effort 19. Greek cloth 10:00 Songs You Remember—WON 10:00 Supper Club—WMAQ 14. Harmonize* letter 38. Insect LIGHTING FIXTURES 10:15 Kings Jesters & Janctte—WBBM Uncle Ray's Corner along. Railway tracks were far might call "well used condition." from being "even," nnd mnny pas- Tomorrow: Railw»jr 1«. Perish 20. Pecks 40. Priestly cast* Wiring Repairing 10:30 Symphonelte—WMAQ (For HISTORY Mellon of your 17. Turkish 22. Chief (Persia) 30:45 Fulton Lewis. Jr.—WGN PASSENGERS ENJOYED LITTLE sengers could not get to steep. scrapbook.) If you deiilre • free tapy of Me* 10:45 Rumpus Room—WTMJ lltmirmtrd leaflet "Kumpe e«4 governor 42. Eye: in 43. Varying Several other r a i l w a y lines 18. Gentle 21. Norse pod 23. Depart 24. Fruit symbolism weight (Ind.) JACOBS BROS. 753 University Ave, B. M,\\ 10:45 Serenade—-WBBM 10:45 Serenade—WBBM 11:05 Listen to Lawrence—WBBM l l - . i n Guy ClnrldKO Orch.—WENH SERVICE ON EARLY SLEEPING CARS In the yeai-,lB, r )B n rnther odd adopted sleeping curs of the same kind. Knch tino hnd several SUmp Collecting" »ent m *Umpe4 envelope addressed to your**lf M 22. Alleviated 11:15 Lawrence Welk—WGN cartoon appeared in "Harper's "bunks" In it. Uncle Ray In care of thli new«> 24. Smell 11:30 Design far Listening—WMAQ Weekly," a magazine printed in For a time there were no bed 27. Foreman Badger 11:30 Emil Vandns Orch.—WENR New York. The cartoon had the clothes. It was supposed that if a paper. • 11:30 Hal Mclntyre Orch.—WBBM 28. Ranch owners LITHOGRAPHS 6800 11:30 Bob Grant Orch.—WGN" 11:45 Bill Snyder Orch.—WBBM title of "General View of a Night Car on the Central." passenger had a mattress to lie on, that was enough. He could cover SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R. J. Scott 12:00 Night Watch (to 6> WIND himself with a coat, or with a 82. Indefinite 12:00 Musical Nightcap—WMAQ The "general view" which the article 12:05 Allan Kane Orch.—WGN artist showed was made up chiefly blanket of his own, if he had | Wiieaniin Blueprint Co. 12:05 Leo Crosley Orch.—WBBM of the legs of men who were rid- brought one along. I3.-Lor.g-ee.re4 IT W, Dafton St. 12:30 Chuck Foster Orch.—WGN . People complained about the rodent 18:30 Mel Cooper Orcch.—WBBM ing on a train at night. The legs M. Color 1:00 News and Music—WBBM were resting chiefly, on the backs company not supplying bed cloth- ST. Mark. M of the seats ahead of the passen- ing', and at length a closet was put edge of com gers. in at one end of each car. The 3». Pluckily Grandma Switches Million* of Mothers That was an amusing picture, passenger could go there and take out the sheets and blankets which and it had some truth in it. The 41. Class 44. Ointment To Her Mutton Suet Idea For Chest Colds seats in many railway cars of that looked cleanest to him. Of course Newer Relief For Children1! Coldi' Cough*, Bronchial Irritation and Chatr time were closer together than there were times when these ob- 45. To lift, as Muscla Tightness Being Hailed Everywhere. those of the present. There was a jects were washed, but—sad to say spirits Pioneer grandma liked to "rub" mutton suet helps carry medication great problem to find what to do —they usually were in what we 46. S-shaped her children's colds with a "home to nerve ends in the skin. (2) Re- with your legs when you wanted to moldings rub" containing; mutton suet. Such lieves muscular tightness and con- sleep, especially when there were 47. Asterisk a rub was her "old reliable" for gestion through counter-irritation two passengers for each double 46. Eggs of lie* relieving chest muscle tightness, (increased blood flow). (3) Loosens seat. Even today there is much DOWN •oothing bronchial irritation, loos- phlegm, eases coughing through ening phlegm, checking coughing, pleasant inhalation of instantly re- the same trouble when a person rides at night on day coaches of IHDIAH OF AAIZ0KA ORES* SCRAPS'. 1 Glrl'i niclf . using BtinK of chapped lips and leased vapors an older type. We do not, however, noBtrJle. Today Miance ha« modem- Your child will feel relief *> •frttlft MAM <b IM«fXfT(. t%L name have the custom of draping our lied thi* principle with Penetro, the •quickly—as painful misery eana, legs on the back of the seat ahead! ». Value Mlve with • baa* containing thie a» coughing im lessened, phlegm Sleeping cars were far from be- •aim old fashioned mutton suet, loosened, chest rawness soothed. ing common in 1858, but they did CRVPTOiJCOTE—A cryptogram quotation plus 5 active ingredients—so now Naturally he'll rest more comfort- exist. Twenty-two years before, a Grandma's old idea is switching ably and give nature a chance to company in Pennsylvania had B L J C TUJIPFL'W FEZH G K T H Z I Z F W millions to this newer relief. restore vitality to his little body. started a sleeping-car service. Your children will like Penetro That's why so many mothers are This was the Cumberland Valley T N ZW F CTU AJLLFAIW P ZW JN U — the first time they feel it spread thanking Grandma for her idea— smoothly on chest, throat, back— are praising science for perfecting railroad, and people who traveled from Harrisburg to another Penn- 85 TV X L K W. its mutton suet makes it melt in- it—are going to druggists every- Btantly, vanish quickly. It gets to where to buy Penetro. Believe your sylvania t o w n , Chambersburg, OF -TrtE CoSf Yesterday'* Cryptoquote: WHO KEEPS ONE END IN VIEW work 3 ways at once to make your chest cold miseries as millions are could sleep while they moved. of Stf IPS , REGARDLESS If W IOOOMM* WAKES *"- THINGS SERVE—BROvwiNa. youngsters more comfortable—(1) doing—today get your jar of white. Perhaps I should say that such persons could sleep if they were Cartoon of 1858 ihnwlnr view of 1 tr.BbW FMturc* Syndtarte. ft**, toUa' pain M it»l<*sy-to-uac, economical able to do so while the car bumped ntilwar oar at nithk.
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