V '"V LISTEN TO THIS f By TOM FIZUALE t v- I) I --' ! -r-H i ' If the sponsor for Ben Bornie's new program Tuei. ' day at 8:00 p. m. KST. NBC-Blue network, ever fin::s f fftfs' I Bi n's kidding of the product too much of a heaJach , I I f I all he has to do is take a dose of the medicine Bed , ....i sell. It's a headache powder! ". Ben Bernlc ; r"-r lie kidt the sponsor ' ; - ',' Have you an unpubliihed sonii in your trunk? If so, you mini send it to Tommy Horsey, tin; fella' uho steam- ' rollered tin: tuna "I'll Sever Smile A tain" into national f prominence, honey's new prournm, "tame and tor- ' A" tune," Thursdays at 11:11) p. m. 1ST, oier the MtC-Itlue, .'- v 1 is dedicated solely to giving son gu riling tulenl a net- . y work break. ; . , U f -- I Marge Anderson, who is handling Ihc femmc lead Marge Anderson on The Sliadow program, heard every Sunday at 5:30 The Shadow's girl p. m. EST, over MHS for the second year in sucees- friend . sion, is the author of a Shadow yarn scheduled for ! future presentation this year. ! ; : -.fJ.; I Basil Balhlone is as steeped in British tradition as i : the Sherlock Hol.tes role he portrays Sundays at 8:30 1 ; p, m. 'AST, over tli.t tBC-B!uc netuork. Hatlibone's fast J ' ' : c,illsl,x i Frt.nk Benson, organizer of the Shake '. f A p.; . tpeureun Theater ut Strut ford-on-A von. 3 Bill Stern's t'porls NcwsrccI f . -.1 Bill Stern of tho Air will be an NBC-Blue ' t lie's renewed feature, Sunday, 9:45-10:00 p. m. S-N until October G, 1912, having snagged a year's re- t . ;i newal contract. $ Wayne Kind's new jail program is literally diamond r - f j studded. Kaeh week on the program, heard Saturdays, .J at SiilO p. m. KST, over CHS, King's sponsor gives auay Wayne King six diamond rings so if you've got a girl and you'd ;,s program did-like did-like to gel engaged . . . you know where to listen. mond studded Five of your favorite radio programs got pats on the back from their sponsor this month when Dick Marvin passed renewals out to Blondie, heard Mondays at 7:30 p. m. EST, C3S; Luncheon at the Waldorf, Saturdays, Satur-days, 1:30 p. m. EST, NBC-Blue; Uncle Ezra, Saturdays, 10:00 p. m. EST, NBC-Red ; Grand Ole Opry, Saturdays, 9:30 p. m. CST, NBC-Southern lied; and Al Tcarce, Fridays, 7:30 p. m. EST, CBS. Fibber McGee says it's wonderful to live in a country where confidence in a presidential candidate means a button on your lapel instead of a bullel in your back.