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TODAY ON THE RADIO MONDAY, MAY 8, 1988.
OUTSTANDING EVENTS ON ALL STATIONS.

11:00 A. M.-12:00 M.United States Navy Band ConcertWEAF

2:00-2:30 P. M.Luncheon of Women's Organization for National Pro-

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State DivisionWOR

2:00-2:15 P. 3,1."Collectiv1sm vs. Individualism," Henry Cabot Lodge

Jr.WABC
3:00-3:15 P. M."Nationality

Rights

for Women," Harold

Fields,

Executive Director National League for American Citizenship-

WEAF

3:30-4:00 P. M."Our Eternal Debt to Youth," Dr. John H. Finley,

Associate Editor 'TEN NSW YORK TIM ESWEAF

4:00-4:45 P. M.United States Marine Band ConcertWEAF

5:45-6:00 P. M."Unemployment Insurance and the Law," Susan

Brandeis, Member New York Conference on Unemployment In-

surance LegislationWEVD (1,300 Kc.)

8:15-8:45 P. M.Nino Martini, Tenor; Symphony OrchestraWABC

8:30-n8o:4m5iPc .CMon.FferoremncBea,"slGe,aStewsiWtze.rMlancdG:a"rTrahhe, MProensiedteanryt BanadnkEcfoor-

International SettlementsWEAF

10:00-11:00 P. M.Concert Orchestra ; Viola Philo. Soprano; Raoul

Nadeau, Baritone; Stone and Smolen, Piano Duo; Josef Stopak,

Viol inWJZ

10:30-11:00 P. M."Our Interior Problems," Harold A. Ickes, Secretary

of the Inte4iorWEAF, WOR

WNYC-570
11:00 A. M.-Police Aviation

7 :30-Elvia Allman. Songs 7:45-The Goldoergs-Sketch

12:15 P. 31.-John
Tenor

Fogarty,

8:00-The Wilderness March 2 :30-Irish Tales-Anna

Report; Civic Information 11:05-Avaton Yogan, Songs

8:3-S0k-Fertcohm Basle, Switzer- 12:4M5a-cDGainllciceuOddrych.

11:15-Typhoid Fever-Dr. Charles Bolduan

land; The Bank for In-
ternational Settlements

1:00-Weather Reports 1:05-Marjorie Dodge, So-

11:25-Marston Musicale 11:50-12:00-Health Talk-

and the Monetary and Economic Conference-

prano; Charles Howard. Tenor ; Organ

Dr. John Oberwager 66::0005-PS.tMate.-ASvailaetsioTnaRxeEpoxr-t

Gates W. President.

MBcaGnakrrfaohr,

In-

1 :30-Farm and Home Hour; How He Developed His

Farming Program-J. H.

psolani,nDedi-sWtriecstlDeyirMec.toDra. w-

:4te5r-nRaatinonnyalWSeetetklesm. Seonntsgs; Grofe Orch.

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Retail Sales Tax Bureau 66::1250--P5l'9anaaotROeucritCalities Are

9:00-Gypsies Orch.; Frank Parker, Tenor

ica In Eleven Western

States-W. Harry

T. Spanton ; King; Joseph

6

Doing-Beatrice Hager 20-Eda Kroltzsch. Songsof

9 :3S0k-eNtcehigBhyboZrso-nDarGamalaetic 10:00-Romhild Orch.; Male

W.
2 :W30i-nSghall We Go Back to

6:4M5-oAdmerenriAcartn-AS.oRur.cBeslack- 10:3Q0u-aOrtuert Interior Problems tBhaecTkuhrse, ePrRin'sc?i-pBaelrDtieeal

burn Jr. 7:00-Musical Etchings Trio

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Junior High School, Washington. D. C.

7:30-Time: Police Alarms; Civic Information

11:S00o-nFgrsa;nOcergs aLnanMgufosircd,

2:43--Sisters of the Skillet 3:00-Betty and Bob-Sketch

7:35-The Vitamins-Abraham Mazur

11 :15-Johnson Orch. 11 :30-Brandwynne Orch.

3 :15-Ivia Marshall and Dick Teela, Songs ;

7:55-Other Victorians-H. Lyle Winter

12:00-Ralph Kirbery, Songs

Stokes Orch. 4 :00-The Bells-Drama

8:1-5T1a8l:k30-Crime Prevention the Air; Bill Boyd; 12:05-Lopez on Orch.12:45-Hollywood

5:00-Edward Davies, Songs 11- 5:15-Dick Daring-Sketch

WilICA-570 Ho

ham Cargan and Betty Furness

55::4350--LTihtteleSOinrgpinhganLAadnynie

8:00 A. M.-Roy Shelley, Songs; Exercises

WOR-710 Ho

6:00-Robbins Orch. 6:15-King Kill Hare, Songs 6:30-Jesters Trio

9 :00-Phantom Organist 9:15-Sunshine Alley-Sketch

6:45 A. M.-Gym Classes 8:00- Talks and Mum,:

9:30-Dagmar Perkins-Talk

6:40Today's News-Lowell
Thomas

9 :45-Diet Talk 10:00-Western Musie

8 :30-Talk-Martha Manning 7:00-Amos .n. Andy 8:45ColorologyChristine 7:15-Townsend Murder

10 :15-String Trio

9:0R0a-yKath' rine 'n° Calliope

Mystery-Sketch 7 :30-Groucho and

Chico

10 :25-Walkathcm Description 10 :30-Beauty Talk

9:30-Thrift Suggestions 9 :45-Rug Talk

Marx, Comedians 8 :00-Reser Orch.; Jimmy

10:45-11:00 -Health Talk 12:00-Elmo Russ, Organ

10 :00-Pure Food Talk-Al.

Brierly, Songs 8 :30-Charles Hackett. Tenor

12:15 P. M.-Friendly adviser 12 :30-Stock Quotations

11:00-Beauty-Nell VinIck 11 :15-Roxanna. Wallace,

8:40-Phil Cook, Comedian ; Andy Sannella, Guitar

1 :00-Description of Welke.thon; News Reports

Contralto 11:30-Thrift-Ann Stevens

99::3000--PMaisntestrrnealcSkhoOwrch.

11::1350--SIteallziearnOPrrcohg. ram

11:45-Beauty Talk 12:00-Inspirational Talk

10 :00-Concert Orch.; Viola Philo, Soprano ; Raoul

2:00-Talk-Bide Dudley 2:15-Bachelors Quartet

1122::1250-PA.dMvi.c-Be eoanuPtyetTsa-Dlkr.

NanaddeSamu,oBleanr,itPoinaen;o

Stone
Duo;

2:30-Variety Program 3:00-Johnny Jarvis. Songs

George Cohen 12:30-Carnegie Hall Organ

11:J0o0s-eAfnSntoBpuatkl,erV, iColoimn edi-

33::3105--SMtoacryk JQauyontea,tiSoonnsgs 1:0-0B-eHnuSmwaneeUtlnandderstanding 11:1e5nn-We elcome Lewis, Songs

3:45-Sports-Jack Filman 3:50-Morgan Martin. Songs

1:30-Club Women's Hour;

11:30-Phantom Gypsy, Violin 12 :00-Lown Orch.

4 :00-Song Recital 4 :15-Vivian Marlow, Songs

WflinorgldPWlayithInouLt iMttleen-Win-

12:30 A. M.-Lane Orch.
WABC-860 lie

4 :30-Yankee Philosopher 4:45-Carrie Lillie. Songs 5:00-Studio Party

Theatre Tournament 1 :50Beauty Talk

7:30 A. M.-Organ Reveille 8:00-Salon Music

2:00 -National Ratification

5:30-Make Your Own Funnies-Thornton Fisher

Week Luncheon, Women's Organization for National

8 :30-Sunny Melodies 98::0405--TRaeliks-aTnodnDy uWnno.nS, ongs

5 :45-6:00-DescriptIon of Walkathon
5 :30-Walkathon Description

Prohibition Reform, Herost,el dCrosm. Cmhodaor/rees; ISLpeSaka--

99::3105--WSoanlgtzRDerceiataml s

8:45-Jews in Scattered

bin. Chairman; Mts. John 9:45-Jack Little. Songs

Lands-Greece 9:00-Jewish Singers

S. N.

Sheppard, Chairman Y. State Division

of

1100::3000--MSterirnrygmOarkcehr.s

Orch.

99::1350--JJeewrriyshBTarkoeurb. aTdeonuorr;

2:30-N. J. Audubon -B. S. Bowdish

Society

10:d4e5-COosrbdoorbnae,

ROercahd.i;ngPsedro

Sylvia Miller. Soprano 9 :45-Brook Allen. Songs

2 :45-Mildred Cole, Songs 2 :55-Health Talk

11 330-Psychology Talk 11 :15-Deutsch Orch.

10 :00-News-GabrIel Heatter 10 :15-In an Old Castle

3 :00-Consumer Information 11:30-Rhythm Kings Orch. Service-W, B. Duryee, 112 :00-Tremaine Orch.

10 :43-Coogan Orch.

Secretary, N. J. State 12:30 P. M.-Concert Orch.

11:00-3:410 .a. 11.- Dance Music; Talks; Songs

Department 3:15-Kenneth

of Agriculture King, Bass

31::3000--SHtariynsgOErncshe.mble

WEAF-660 Ho

3 :30-Robert Pereda, Organ 4 :00-Ariel Ensemble

2:00-Collectivism vs. Inchvidualism-Henry Cabot

6:45 A. M.-Exercises

4 :30-Feldkamp Orch. 5:05-Program Resume

Lodge Jr. 2:15-Sylvia Sapira, Piano

8:00-Doc Whipple, Organ 8:30-Morning Glee Club

5:15-Discoverers Club 5:30-Billy Bruce, Songs

22::3405--CAanpntiLvaetaofr,sOOrgrcahn,

11:45-Harding Sisters, Piano 9:00-Cheerio. Inspirational

5:45-Sonia Troyano, Songs 6:00-Uncle Don

3 :15-Salon Orch. 3:45-Anton Rovinsky, Play-

Talk and Music 9 :30-Girls' Trio

6:3B0l-uDee-MtecytsivteersyBDlaracmk aand 4:0l0o-gWEelesctptrhoanliOc rPciha.no

8:45-Current Events-Anne Hard

67::4055-SSptuodritos-MFuosridc Frick

4 ;30-Harriet Beecher Stowe -Lyman Beecher Stowe,

[0:00-Breen and de ROHL 7:15-Talk-Harry Hershfield Author

Songs 10 :15-Variety Musicale

7 130-The Count of Monte 4:45-Crane Calder, Base;

Cristo-Sketch

Vera Eakin, Plano

11:00-U. S. Navy Band 12:00-Johnny Marvin, Tenor

87::4050--BCehragnedruOtrhceh Magician

5:00-True Animal StoriesDon Lang

2:15 P. M.-Catherine Fields,

8:15-Jack Arthur, Baritone 8:30-Casey Orch.

5:15-Berrens Orch. 5 :30-Skippy-Sketch

12 :30-String Ensemble 1 :00-Market Reports

9 :00-Johnston Orch.: Irene 5:45-Tito Guizar, Tenor Taylor, Songs; Al and Lee 6:00-Reis and Dunn. Songs

1:15-Nichols Orch. 1:30-Stern Orch.

Reiser, Piano Duo; Elmer 6:15-Program Resume

Feldkamp, Songs

6.20-Coogan Orch.

2:00-The Revolving Stage 3 :00-Nationality Rights For

9:30-The Witch's Tale 10:00-Unwritten History-

6:30-Green Orch. ; Men About Town Trio

Women-Harold Fields, Executive Director Na-

Cosmo Hamilton 10:15-Talk-Harlan Read,

6:45-Just Plain Bill-Sketch 7:00-Theo Katie, Tenor

tional League For can Citizenship

Ameri-

author 10:30-Same

as

WEAF

7:15-Buck Rogers in the
Year 2433-Sketch

3:1P5ia-Hnoenrietta Schumann, 1111::0020--MTiomoen;bWeaematshTerrio

7:3e0rs-MQuaratritnetOrch.; Travel-

3:3E0t-eWrnoaml eDne'sbRt etovieYwo:uOthu-r

11 :30-Bestor Orch. 12:00-Black Orch.

7:45-News-Boake Carter 8 :00-Singire Sam

Dr. John H. Finley. Associate Editor The New

WJZ-760 lie

8:15-Nino Martini, Tenor; Symphony Orch.

York Times

7:30 A. M.-Don Hall Trio 8:45-Fray and Braggiotti,

4:00 -Winters and Weber. Organ Duo; Peg La Cen-

8:70:405-M- JaorltlhyaBainlld

Hal,

Songs

Piano Duo 9 :00-Rhythm Orch.

tra. Songs 4 :30 -Three Scamps. Songs

8 :15-Yolchl Hiraoka, Xylo- 9:30-Mary McCoy. Soprano;

phone

Woods Miller, Baritone ;

45::0405--BTahnejoLEandsyeNmebxlet Door

8:20- Lew White, Organ 9:00-Morning Devotions

10:0S0h-lcIokruent tOryrcCh.lub-Sketch;

5 :15-Talk-Austin Strong. 9 :15-Dance Orch.

Alex Morrison, Golf Pro-

playwright 5:30- Schirmer and Schmitt,

9:45-Vic and Sade-Sketch 10 :00-Southern Singers

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Piano Duo

10:15-Clara, Lu 'n'

5:45-Paul Wing. Story Man 10 :30-Jack Turner. Songs

10:30-News-Edwin C. Hill 10:45-Symphony Orch., How-

6:0-I0r-vSianlvSa.tCioonbAb rmy Talk

10:45-Etiquette-Emily Post ; Edward Nell, Baritone;

ard Barlow, Conductor; Rhoda Arnold, Soprano;

66::0350--DStaavgies ROerclihe.f Talk 11 :H00a-rSdiinngginSgisStterrisn.gPs iano 11:1C5h-aWrleilsliCamarlOile'N, Teaeln.oTrenor

66::3455--H01imgabAerlbEanns'e. mSobplerano 11:3O0d-eDlla,nCceonOtrraclhto.;;EDdincak

11:30-Ted Lewis Orch. 12:00-Belasco Orch,

.77::1050--MThoeunCtaeinnteuerrys'oMf uPsriocg-

12 T:0e0e-lMa, aTretnhoarand Jim Jor-

12:30 A. M.-Nelson Orch. 1:00-Barnet Orch.

ress-Burton Holmes

dan, Comedy

1:30-Leroy Orch.

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