Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on June 1, 1948 · Page 28
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28 D"A" Oakland Tribune, Tuesday, June 1, 1948 IKSFO KFI KW . j teKKDCJ KGO; KLX Ml! I'M! !'!! !!'! mlmifrt!!!! KRQTV-KNX.ICSL- KJ2S i I . LiliaiimikiliiiJ. KYA KGE . -.1 i-! boo eoo lOOO tlOO I2QO IZOO HOP UOOj . ,AU times California Daylight Savings Time.'. Y-nffPMJ ' KHROW-LoRrtora Jo. XRE-Turntable. KLX-Niwil S:S, Hr'. , Matte. ' ' KNBORmI of Life: Joye Jordon. -: M KGO-Ladiet B Stated. KQW-Mt the Missu. . KFRC-Sons; 3:15, Band.. KSFO-Matinee. KRF-Vcir ft the People. KWB&-Fcho ct Italia. KWRR-Farade; 5 45, Corral 9;O0 PJU. :00 PJVL KLX-Baaeball. KXX.News, Deane Bsatai KNBC-Light and Mellow.; :IX, Spans, Speed Reuiy. KGO-Tawn Meeting. KNBC-StudiO. ; KQW-Bt Town. KOO.N; AnfmaK: Davis. KFRC-News; 8:15, Lawton. iVW-toia Husn; reuurai. hm-ot t alrlocy. KYA-Mailoy: i5 porta; Mai- K KC-Heatter: Newsr!. KYA-Baset ; tor.- ' 1 . KSFO-Newt: Bill o Rihb. KSOW-Nn ball. lov 1 .ri.-r v-Mwtr BUI ot iutno, jvrMj w-rtews; w:iu, scores KROW-Scor Tim, i .:,- KYA-Duda Martin. r KKE-Tumtable. , KJBS-Newa-Music.! v ( : .KKOW-Nwi; Itar.lt Sobrero KW BH-Parade. KRE-Open Houe. I XJBS-Serenade; ilighltghts,; 9:2& PJL ItWBB-PeHormancat KW8. KRElornal. ' , KLX-Basaeall. i n 3:30 P3L - KWBR-Corral. ' KN BC-Favorite Story. wv.n.r. Mmalo. Mt. KGO-Let freedom Bine: KNBC-AuntMary; Ji. Era Ki,x.SHKr Ceaeert KGOAnn Holden . .' KNBC-McGee and Molly. KQW-Arlhur Godfrey KGO-Boaton Symphony. . KFRC-Music; :a, .music KQW-Christopher WeU. KFRC-Greory Hood. KSFO-Miuucal Memories, KYA-Duda Martin. .-- . KROW-H. Canada. ' .- f .KJBS-Reveries. KSFO-Matmee. KYA-Lee Malloy. KBOW-ArtUta Review. KJBS-Rhythm Parade. KRE-Open Houae; New. KWBR-F. M. Cavalcad. , :00 PJ.L KLX-Newsi 4:10, ; , r.llinitea Shaw. KNBC-Secreti life Beau- ; KGO-4:15. Out of West. KQW-Hint Hunt; fisher. KFRC-Lewtj Hemingway, KSrO-BiU Baldwin . KYA-Tunes; 4:10, Sport. KROW-News; 4:10. Song. KRE-Music; Open Houae. KJBS-Rhythm; Tunea. u KWBR-Jamboree: . JubUMi 4:25 New ; . 4:30 , ; KI.X-4:W. Caetaa Jaek. KRM:S3. Newt. , . ! KWBH-4.45, m Rancho. ' 5! 7. -00 PJH. KXX-Trlbana Camieat 7;15, Bters Clak Dinner. KNBC-Bob Hope Show. KGO-Boaton Syuiphony. ' KQW-Studio One. KTRC-Quiet Please. KSFO-Music Hall. KYA-Orch.; T:W. Orch. KROW-luUan-Amer. Bout, KJBS-Reveries. KRK-Hnata of Maiter. ' KWBH-M1 , Rancho. ; W0 TJM. KLX-Maiieal Hariiaaa; v-Nnr.Andenont B. Howard 1:4V Ditiit Chatter, KNBCBcd Skelton: KGO-Mualc: 4:43, Tunea. - KGO-Report to People; KFRC-Nesbitt; B. Miller. 7:45, Hollywood. Kw-stuaio one. - KFBC-Red Ryder.', Ksro-Bill Baldwin. KYA-Tommy JJo" , KBOWJoe; 4:55, New. ' lUBS-4:45. Tunea KRE-4:5". Top Two. - kwBR-TraHic Safety; TiTunea... ."''!-. , ; 5:00 P.M. KLX-Nawaj 8:03, Carta icNBC-Jany Bin: Band. KSFO-MualcaUr Youra. , KROW-Qulet Hour. KYA-Bin Crosby; Dxitfout KJBS-Reveries. KRE-Muaic ot Masters. . . KW BR-Voice of Portuat 8:00 P3L '. KLX-Ntwa;. S:l. BaaeaaU. Oska tb. San Diera, vlnnr CriAe. KNBC-Supjx-r CluT,: News. KQW-Mannlna-: Dr. crane. 1CG0.Youth Aaks Govern- KFRC-Paraae; ouprr , -t7 .. ,5. Canham. eaW Vaataa l.liriHIIli ' ' " ' vvA.Nnri Soorts: Bin. KROW-Lonshorn Joe. -'. KJBS-SereJjade. KRE-News: 8:05. Picture" Patteri :1. News-KWBR-Patten Revtvau v Newfc 5opj.r : - KX-Caeta Jaek. - KNBC-A Date With Judy. KGO-Jack Armatron. 1 KOW-Newi. CoUinswoodl Oarred: Henry. . KFRC-Captala MidnUntl . Tom Mix- j KSFO-Bin Crosby. ' KYA-Dude Martin. KJBS-S:49. Cocktail , KQW-L. Thomas: J. Smith. KFRC-Mont , Cristo. KSFO-Newsj 8:15. Orch. KYA-Newa; Baseball. KROWrNewsi Bin Sinss. KJBS-Reveries. ' , KRE-Concert. ' " V : KWBR-EPbo of Italia, 830 PJkL KLX-Baaeball. K NBC-Call For Music. KGO-Town Meettn. J KQW-Mr.. Mrs. North News. KFRC-Detecttve: B. Rose. KSFO-MarlorJe Trumbull. KROW-Score Time. XYA-Jack MacDonald. In Familv. KQW-8ulah; Niht Editor. KFRCSporta; News. K5FO-Hor ot Melody. KYA-Baseball. 1 KTOW-Score Tiraa. '. KK K-Showtirne. KV BR-Valley CTunrch. , 10:00 PJM. J5t.X-BaM6aIti 14:15. Newaj 19:20. Maiie far Danclof. KVBC-News: Music. KGO-RequestfuUyj CIO. KQW-Newst 10:15, Sports. KFRC-F. Lewis: Orch. KSFO-Danee TUnt. KYA-Baseball. - . KROW-10:15. UN. Wewf. . K J BS-Muslo Eru. KRf!.nren. . KWBR-10:15. Onrlnd. KtT-Wasla Far Baaclar. KNBOSw-ingtime. r . KGO-Orch.s 10:45, Oreo, KQW-Curfew Club. KFRC-Orch. , -KSFO-Danc Time. KYA-Newa Show; Moods. . KROW-Newa; Thought. ; KJBS-Music Hour. . -KRE-Speed Baker: Newa. KWBR-SDOtllfnt Parade. ., 11:00 PJI. KLX-Newi; 11:05, Bake . Elltntton. - , KNBC-Swinirtime. KGO-News; Ira Blue. - KQW-News; 11:10. Club. KFRC-Orch; 11:15. Orch. . KSFO-Dance Time. KYA-Moonlight Moods. . KROW-Muslc Alburn. KJBS-Music; 11:13, Encore. KRE-Blue Room. ' i KWBR-Snotlight Parade. 11:30 P.M. . KLX-Dake Ellinetaii. KNBC-Orch.; 11:53, -Newt. KGO-Orch. : ' KQW-Science FTontlert. ; . KFRC-11:45, News. -KSFO-Dance Time. KROW-Muslc Album.; KYA-Moods. KJBS-11:45. Melodies. KRE-Bhie Room. KWBR-Sunar and Spice. 12:00 MIDNIGUT KNBC-Moods. : -KJBS-TU Three. KRE-Bltie Boom. -. . KWBR-Round-Up. : OH AIR jTOMORROW Wednesdoy, June 2 nmw it with Muk. : KROW-bcora Time. . KNBC-Schoolcast; Musft. KJBS-Cop-a Matlott, KGO-Drake: 10:15. Malne, tvr.-wmei noui. , Here's 630 AJW. KtTt-Gle Kn Shaw. KNBC-:45, Jamboree. -, KGO-Roundup. v. KQW:45. Don Motley. KrRC-Muslcs P.. Lewi. KSFO-Bud Hobbs. . KYA-Rhythm Rodeo. ' , : KROW-:45. V. Morgan. rrtis Ham KlOK K1UD. i? r!p.onle: :55. Newa. iCWBR-Rounduo. LX Kawai 1:05, KNBOWhen Girl Marries; Pcrtia Faces Life. KGO-Surpriae; Lullaby. KQW-Katherine Kerry. KFRC-Heart't Desire. KSrO-Jack Greajaon. 6:00 ia-M- ' KNBC-Momlng; Farm. KQW-BJ Sister: Ma . vrrrWiiin4uO. 5 Perkins. KQW-Farm; o: o- wnvnewi; iu:ia. oo KFRC-Rts and Shine. KSFO-Jack Greeson. , iVcrn.Pnvw: :15. Hobew. vvA.Nfwi: 10:13. Snorts. KYA-Newa; Rhythm Rodeo. KROW-Recorda; Kin Cole KBOW-Smokey,. KJBS-Newai 10:15. Hita. KJBS-News: 6:13. IO - KB F-World's Waltxea. KRE-News: 6:05, Klub, . KWBR-10:15. Album. arwBR-Serenaae. i .:?, in.ffl A n - ' m mm awm.w . . . . . ' S'fi'iS?; tZZ 1 JiSJIT' KROW-Nw 2:10, Scoraw C.i c, KJBS-Races and Rhythm. ' w:.:COuCidIn KrRidttiea7' XTRC-Muti0 HalL KWBR.Melodyue KSFO-Jack Gregson. 230 P.RL -, ,'" KYA-Records. KLX-Here'a Maale. I KROW-Newa; On the Air. KNBC-Just Plain Bill; " . KJBS-Muslcai Meandertn. Front Page Farrell. . KRE-Bandbox; Hospital; KGO-Bride and Groom. News. KQW-House Party; New. ; KWBR-Guest: Variation. XFRC-United Natlona; 1l!10 AJlf. i News. KWBR-Portutruese Newa. ,. 7;00 A.nL Kt.x.Newst 1:05, Gle . KNBC-News; Neighbor. KGO-Newa; Horizon a. ; KQW-Salute; 7:25. HJ. KLX-N4W.I ll Haywar 5W!e5r.!,on- KROW2:45. D. Shear. KNBC-Doubl or Nothing. Kf KC-Nws; 1T15. Mu-te. V KgO-lltl. Lmemn. Fort. KBE-Opn HouJe: Nerl KTBSkappV Gang. - J:00 PJ11- - TfHlidiln . KST 'O-MusMelody. KLX-Naws, !:. Harf. irnr.Tlmt i:l!L XHtwB : ai ATiuiiu,flp iTuic. KROW-Orehestra. KJBS-Mualcat Style. K RE-Turn table Twirling. KWBR-Tunes. L 11:30 AJL i i KWBR-Radlo Revival. .a 730 AJL. KNBC-Pioneers; S. Hayes. KGO-News; 7:45, Manner. KFRC-Rex Mliler; New. KLX-Baywr Shaw. ??n:i.4S PraVer. i K NBC-Today's Children; irvA.RhTthm Rodeo. 1 . Light of Worio.- irnowaianel: 7:45. Music, KGO-Baunnage vist-iiim IClaX Klub. li K RE-Forum; Soc Security; A - i Brorta; News. f ItWBR-Morning Melodlet. ; ,. 8.-00 AJll. ! '; i KLX-Nawai 1:03, Mr)lag : v ' Maada. . V , -KNBC-ITed Waring., ; i f KGOBreakfast Cluo. : KQW-Sonirs; 8:15, New. KFRC-C. Brown; Melodies. KSFCvNews; 8:13, Request. !' KYA-News: Business: Bing. '. " KROW -Bible. Institute.. ,- KJBS-Tunes: 8:15, "Newt. ? KRE-Mominf Watch, : ; .1 XWBR-Melody Time. : ! 830 A.M. . i I KLX-Mernla Maads. . , KNBC-J. Berch; B. Gavin. KGO-Breakfat Club. ! RQW-Grand Slam; Rosa- . ' tnr. i r ' XFRC-Naws; Byt Diary. Claudia.-r KQW-Nora Crake; X. , , i Winters. i'.-,-. KFRC-Queen for a Day. ' KSFO-Music; 11:43, Hobbc KYA-Ballroom, - , KROW-Bands. KJBS-Band Box. KBE-11:33. New, ' '. KWBR-Melody. ' i 12:00 NOON : KT.X-A.P. Newa, Deao . Banta; 12:05. Bay Are KNBC-Road of Life; Joyce . Jordon. - KGO-Ladles Be Seated. KQW-Meet the Missus. KFRC-Songs; 3:15. Band. KSFO-Matinee. -: KYA-Malloy; Spts.; Malloy. KROW-Score Tune. KJBS-News-Muilc KRE-Onen Houae. KWBR-Performance: New. 830 PJL , KLX-Btra's Masle. KNBC-Aunt Mary; N. . Drake. ' ,v XGO-Ann Holden." ' KQWArthur Godfrey. . KFRC-Red Hook Jl; Music KSFO-Mattnee. : XYA-Les Malloy. ' KROW-Artists Review. KJBS-Rhythm Parade. KRE-Open House: Newa. News; 11:13, Eddy L Mar KWBR-F. M, Cavalcade. 4 Shew. KNBC-News; Mar. Perkins. KGO-J. Hill: Ethel Albert ;KQW-Double or Nothing. KFRC-News; Sidewalk -;. Reporter. 1 : KSFO-Bud Hobba. 6:00 P.BL -KLX -News 1 4:15. Dak . ElHnrton Shaw, 1 i i KNBC-Secret;- Life Beautiful. - , t "' '- ' - hi KYA-Tunea; Sports; KQW-Hint Hunt; rtsher. Ballroom. KFRC-lwi; Hrain-way. KROW-Chapel; U:13. Orch. KSFO-BU1 Baldwin. KTJRR-Hita: i:lo. Musis. KYA-Tune: 4;10, Sport. ttTSustn'esa NawaV aviflL KRB-Reeorda; 12:15. Must. KROW-Newi; 4:10. Songs. K?rO-Buslnes New: :1.4a, vwRW.VT.i.ir? !2S. Newa. KJBS-Rhythm. . KFE-Muslc; Open Hotin. Headlines: F. Stewart. XYA-Bing Crosby.. - . Mf KROW-Newa: :3. Musi. -70 B S-Momln t Melodlea, M tRB-Naiarene; Melody; , ' - News. ' ' ' WRH-XTplndv Time. J tfflAJiL, XWBR-Music; 12:25, New. 1230 PJUU , KLX-Csetaa Jack. KNBC-Pepper Young; . Right to Happiness. -KGO-Paul Whiteroan. . KOW-News: 12:45. Or an. KFRC-12:45, Flying Disc. XLX-Newat :1. Mail Per KSFO-12:43. Farm New. M Vmiy. , t KYA-Ballroom. KNBC-Olmsted: J. Storm. XROW-Trader; Smokey; ' XGO-Welcome Travelera, f Shears. KQW-Wendy Warren; Aunt kJBS-New. Musle. Jenny. KRE-13:55. Newa. ' KFRC-K. Smith; Llndlahr. KWBR-Luncheon Loung. XYA-Ruth Thompson. . :1 XROW-9:15. Inside Story. 1 KJBS-Serenade. KRE-Lotila Sherman; 8:13. Masterwork. KWBR-Musical Echo, 830 AJL ICLX-Masla far M'Lady. KNBC-Woman's Magazin. t KGO-Breakfaat in v 1 Hollywood. . KQW-Helen Trent; Ou Cr Sunday. , KFRC-Emily Barton. c , , K5FO-Nob Hill Musle.' J XYA-Unity; PubU ' Interest.; '- -KBOW-Btng Stngfc KJBS-Serenade. KB E-Masterwork.' -KWBR-Jan'a Journal. 10:00 AJU. , - StI,Z-Newa. B. Bmatat 1:S. KYA-Midday Muxic. 1)0 FJkL KLX-Nwsi l.-vS. Cast - Jack. KNBC-Backstag Wife; : ' Stella Dallas. ' KGO-Paul Whiteman. KQW-Protactive League. KFRC-Flying Discs. KSFO-Melodillner. KYA-Tunes; Sports; Music. KROW-Muslc KJBS-Cooe'a Matinee, KRE-Oraan. KWBR-Rounup: New. . .130 PJIL : KLX-Caetas Jack. K NBC-Lorenzo Jones; Widder Brown. KGO-News; l:45JRhythm. KQW-Winner Take AIL KFRC-Flyinr Discs. K sro-Mehxi lliner. KW BR-Jamboree: 4:15. juDuee; 4:2s, News, , 39 PJX ' KI X-4:53, Caetas Jack.- : KNBC-Anderspn; Kaltenborn. i . - v KGO-Siesta: 4:43, Tune. KQW-Bob Crosby; New. KFRC-Nesbitt: R. Miller. , KSFO-Bill Baldwin. KROW-Old Ase Penslonst 4:45, Joe: 4:55. News. -KYA-Tommy Dorsey. KJBS-4.-45. Tune. KPK-Moict 4:50. Ton Two. KWBR-Flight of PlfUe. . 5:00 P.BL -KLX-Newsi 8:05. Cartas iark. KNBC-Jolly Bill; Band. KGO-Dick Tracy : Terry. KQW-Manning; Dr. Crane. KFRC-Parade; Superman. KSFO-News; 6:15. Curtain KHOW-lxnfhorn Joe KYA-News; Sports; Blng. KJBS-Serenade; Music : KRE-News: 6 :OS. Picture Patter: 6:15. New, KWBR-Patten Revival; . News. ' 1 530 PJU.. -KLX-Caetas Jaek. ' KNBC-News; Peterson. KGO-Sky Kinit. ' KQW-News. Colllagwoodt Garred; Henry. 1 - Junior Just Or Tightwad Radio Finds By JOHN CROSBY The radio Tesearch gentlemen, the closest thiol! we have in this coun try to a Gestapo, haveunearthed another fact. I was under the impression they had them. all. But they didn't ; This is the , last fact and, though Tm impressed by the diligence it must havj taken to dig it out, Tm saddened that they got It : There ; should . be one thing left that these people don't know about us. It would add spice. Eighty-two per cent, of the wage earners, let us say, leave borne between 8:30 and 9 ain, 37 per cent of them slamming the front door. ; That would have : been a rather nice one to have kept confidential; ' But it isn't any more. It was- uncovered a full year ago by a research man named H Robertson, -who thereby won the Lroscjy prize -thw nearest thing m research Jo the Nobel, Prize for conspicuous nosiness above and beyond the dictates of common sense, That, according to my figures, was the second last r fact , there 1 was about us. The last fact is a rather forlorn fragment of information. The Gil bert Youth Research Organization, easily one of the most menacing organizations In recent history, has ferreted ' put the intelligence that tne Nation's youth in: tne 8 to 14- year age bracket have a minimum weekly, income (allowance 1 and earnings) of $1.57. BILLION UNTAPPED . . This, the Gilbert Youth Research Organization , declares :' gleefully, amounts to an annual purchasing power of. $1,000,000,000, much of it untapped. - If my hunch is anywhere near - correct, it won't ; stay untapped long, i I can just see the candy, companies, the comic book profession, the ; motion " picture in dustry, - rubbing their hands male volently, preparatory " to turning Junior -upside down and shaking hard. . -"v ';-' , Junior has been holding Out quite a lot from the halls of commerce. According to the : Gilbert Youth Res Ah, the hell with it the kid dies consume only about three candy bars : a week. Eighteen cents, for heaven ke! What-on earth do you do with your money, Junior- save it? Less than half of the kids brush their teeth twice a day. , (Bob Hope is going to catch it for that one.) Nearly 60 per cent of the girls stop eating cereal at the age of 14. : (Jack Armstrong,' would you mind stepping into the front office a minute? - We would-have words with you.) - .- ! . ' I don't know what to make of this. When I was a boy that was a long time before advertising had hit its stride, radio hadn't been invenjeji ana researcn was m its miancy 1 was compelled to brush my teeth three times a day. I averaged three candy bars a day and, on a real binge, four or five, 'i Yet today, after 20-odd years of radio's special pleading, . what do we have? . - One tooth-brushing a day. .Three eandy bari a week. ..'?f.S ''-'- ?l ' OVERSELLING, MAYBE ! You know what I think, Gilbert Youth Research Organization? 1 think these people are over-selling, You tell a 12-year-old boy to dash right out for that candy bar, those crisply crackly Nutties, and do it now, The enect is not mucn cui-ferent from telling the same lad to getv to bed tbis minute. You just arouse1 antagonism. " ' ' -. I did considerable ."research on the problem of selling in the 8 to 14-year age group myself once and rm happy to pass along my findings free of charge. Urgency is the one thing that has to be avoided at au costs.' You sidle up to". your prospect, yours eyes on. a distant tree, casually tossing your brown and white agate from hand to hand. "You . couldn't buy this; glassy from me for 10 trilhbn dollars, Stinky." you say. Stinky Is imme diately consumed by mirth.' That thing!" i: he chortles. "T wouldn't take that off your hands ii you paid me 1Q trillion dollars." . The deal is tnen consummatea 10 the satisfaction of ; both . parties within the next 10 minutes. i Cepyrlght, 194S, far The Trihaaa r I . " . "... I ' v:v, : , if '-Ao'SWSSJWWlV " '-."' - . - . . " J - " ,or . . I x v-v.',.,:. .... ,. v"- ,.;--,.: i- '5 ' ' tv.-'-: .v . .vj x - " . 1 - r V . " , v ,1 Irene Dunne and JGeorcje Stevens discuss a-situation in Remember Mcnna'V which is now being projected on the I screen of the Grand-Lake. "!' 1 " f P7 fl KALW KSFH KSJO KRON KWBR KJBS KSBR KLX XQW KRCC KONG KG6 J j Mi 445 - 4. V5J 6J 7.3 M. OS 101.1 103.7 104J T04. llO&J U U'UCWI- ISO S 37 Ui 147 tSS J61 167 t79 ' 183 113 Kv ; KGO F .M. On atr front 6:00 a.m. to 12:00, m.n.. broadcast same programs, a KGO standard station. KQW-F.M. Op air, 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 pjn. Broadcast same programs as KQW, standard etaUon. : , . " . . " .- X 3:00 P3L , KLX-News; 8:03, Hert'a Masle. : ' KJBS-Concert KKCC-MacDonald. KKON-Requeat. ' ' KWBR-MaUnee. . KSFH-Sky Heritage . n.st5n-Mannee. . KONG-News; Devotional. 330 PJM. KLX-Here'a Maale. KJBS-Concert. KRCC-Rhythm. KRON-Opera. KWBR-Matinee. KSFHs-Treasure; News. KSBR-Matinee. KONG-Drifting: Reporter. J0 r.lL KLX -Newa; 4:10, Dak Etllacton. KJBS-Concert- . KRCC-Music. ' KRON-News; Album. KWBR-Concert Master. KSFH-Tune. - - - KSBR-Revue; Paradl." KONG-Music. 430 P3L KLX-4:55, Prelada Xve- nlnr. KJBs-Concert fc KRCC-Rush Hughe. KRON-4:45. Ooeretta. KWBR-Muslc; Trio. ' ' KSFH-News; Band. KSBR-Rhythm; , Instrumental. . " ' KONG-Music 5:00 PJtt. KLX-Prelad Ta EraBbsr. KJBS-Concert. KHCC-Muaic KRON-News: Symphony. : KWBR-Mualc. KSFH-Thia Day; Tim. ? KSBR-Variety Hour. KONG-Dr. Donatello; News; Public Service. j 530 PJlL KLX-Prelode T Eveaiag. KJBS-Concert, i KRCC-Music 1 ' ; KRON-Symphony. KVr BR-Cock tails. KSFH-Business; News, Sports. i . KSBR-Variety Hour. KONG-Four Knights; Melodies. . , 6:00 P3L KLX-News; 6:1$. Sports, S. Reilly. " KJBS-Melodies. -KRCC-Showcase. KRON-News; Sports; Dining. KWBR-Concert; Strings. KSFH-Shadows. KSBR-Dinner Hour. KONG-News, Sports; Theater; Orch. 630 P.M. KLX-Summer Caneert. - KJBS-Review, KRCC-Music. -KRON-Dining. KWBR-Relax, Listen. KSFH-Shadows. i KSBR-Dinner Hour.. ! KONG-Hear Music ! 7:00 PJL XONG-Pan Americana; Veterans. KALW-Concert; Mood. - , 8.-00 P.L KLX-News: 8:1 a, Baaeba Oaks vs. San Diege. KJBS-P.eview. KRCC-Concert -KRON-Guest Star.-KWBR-Serenade. . KSBR-Concert Hour. KONG-Rhythm: KALW-Tune; Memory. 830 P.M. KLX-Baaeball. ' KJBS-Review. : KRCC-You in America; Strauss; Veterans. KRON-Symphony. . KWBR-Music. KSFH-Melody. ' KSBR-Concert Hour, , KONG-8:55, News. KALW-S ports; Serenade. . 9:00 PM. KLX-BasebalL . KJBS-Review. - ' KRCC-HoUywood Music .KRON-News. -KWBR-Concert Hall. . KSFH-News; CluD. KLX-Tribane Cemiea; 1:13, KSBR-Serenade. Boosters Clob Dinaer. KJBS-Review. KRCC-Revue, KRON-News: Dining. KWBR-Strlngs. I KSFH-Guest Star; Song, KSBR-Revue. I KONG - Time. t j XALW-Music; Tune. 730 PJM. KLX-Mnslea! Harlsenst .7:.W, Dg eat Chatter. I KJBS-Review. KRCC-Concert. " ' KRON-Musical Comedy. KWBR-Strings. KSFH-Music: Newt; Trade Winds. ' KSBR-Instrumental; Favorite. 1 - 9.30 P.M. KLX-Baseball. KRCC-Army; Rhythm. . KWBR-Music. - i : KSFH-Club; Walt.- . . KSBR-Serenade. ; 10:00 PJL KLX-10.15, News: 16:26, Masle far Daaeiag. ' XWBR-Melody. 1030 PJVL KLX-Masle far Daaeiag. ' KWBR-Music 11:00 P.M " KLX-News; .11:05, Dak EUlagtaa. 1130 PJtf. ' KLX-Dak . ElUagtaa. ON AIR TOMORROW Wednesday, June T r Hollywood Is Worried About. Ma, Pa ,By BOB, TIIOMAS . HOLLYWOOD, June 1. ( The problem of getting Ma and Pa into movie theaters Is an important one in Hollywood today, x :-: - A recent survey reported that 80 per cent of. the movie audiences is under 30 years of age. This came as shock to many , people-in Holly wood." The younger folks have always been the backbone of the f urn audience, . but the industry never realized so few oldsters were gding to the movies. ', - Sine screen savants opine that If Hollywood can figure a way to get the older citizens to attend film houses more often, the current busi ness slump will be solved. At any rate, the Associated Press Hollywood Forum has thrown the question open for discussion by the film famed. Take .it away:-.!:; .i-'o'-h Van Johnson: ,rl think popcorn and double features have done a lot to keep the old folks .away. They don't want to pay to listen to the crunch of popcorn. And they don't want. , to sit for hours and hours looking at two pictures. The seats TOO SIMPLE - Joseph Cotten: i"Movie ; makers have made pictures so easy for audi ences that you can. sit and .watch them in a half -a wakened state. Everythuig is too obvious; the char acters will repeat plot points ..like The bonds are in the lower drawer. until the fact is .drummed into the audience. Adults resent this and so .stay away from the. movies. There sbould.be two theater chains one for children, one for adults.' Charles Bickford: "Adults get fed up with , seeing , only teenagero mance on the screen. There should beSnore middle-aged romance, with guys like Charles Bickford." Ronald Reagan; "I believe, there are four factors in the drop of adult movie attendance:- (1) In big cities. comfort-loving adults are discour aged from gding to the theater be cause of traffic, parking, box of fice lines, cramped seats and faulty ventilation. j(2) Few films are aimed at adult intelligence. (3) Deceptive advertising jofteri: fools people into seeing awful turkeys,. (4) Publicity about supposed immorality of Holly Wood stars discourages the public's aesire to see, tnem on tne screen.' MOVIES BETTER' 5 V i - Joan Fontaine: "People over 35 have more responsibilities- than younger pifople I don't know what can get tbem into the theater, believe movies are better today than ever and appeal to all age groups Brian Dpnlevy: "False advertising scares em away. You can't tell them every picture is colossaL - TALLULAH, CAST . ACCLAIMED IN SUAVE TRIVATEi'LIVES' By WALTER BOniN It's Just too bad that the mercurial Tallulah Eankhead has been booked into the Curran Theater' for only five ' weeks as the unpredictable Amanda of "Private IJves T whole community, all .? neighboring communities, should see and hear this fast-stepping .comedy, and the PnrranL .Mn'tX acoommodate; that number of people in such a short time.- S ?:-, ' $ i-i ? - :;.'; The "Noel Coward comedy, considered by many critics as the best of that! versatile Britisher's output, opened; its San Francisco .engagement last night to the enthusiastic applause of an audience not" dis- cernibly diminished . by tne rivai opening of the musical,'vAnn;ie Get Your Gun," at, the War Memorial Onera House And that audience was flatly; rewarded "ithV't - fast, suave and pohshclv perforraance which should be memorable temong San Francisco first nights. ; ; COOK PRAISED . . Her ,-. performance is arresting. but the show Is not entirely Tal-lulah's. I Donald Cook, as her ex-husband and present lover, con-a r-fir loh which com plements la Bankhead's sure per formance. He is deft and glir. witn a Perfect sense . of timing., and his delivery, adds' life to the brilliant Coward lines. . t f The; -three ' supporting players- there are only five in the cast- finish the Job handsomely, provid ing performances which tiej up the current "Private Lives" into a neat and compact bundle of tear-jerking laughs. Outstanding among them is a neat package - originally", front Stockton Barbara. Baxley. - Her acting of 'Sibyl Chase is advertised as i her first professional engage, iraent, Although she has behind her $ix years of .acting f in scholarsnin and Little Theater oles. There's t young kvoman who should go places. Phil AVthur. the fourth side f th. rnatrinjonial quadrangle, is a vigor ous aqa - Deiievanie v lcjor rrynne. Therese Quadri is a French maid has , a "bit role and does a lot with.ii ..f' t"sr'"-'v. COWARD AT BEST . It is I the-volatile la Bankhead, of course, who is the bright flame of Priva e L4ves,? jwbjeh deals with the reinioti qt -a divorced couple wrho rlre since married to othe partne -s, but whojwTeck the respective heneymoons Ibyffalling in love all over, again.": It's ha; tempestuous love, Expressed: in the . best- Noel Coward; sophistications, " and Tallulah gives! it a ! piquant and meji. irable iflavor. ; ' v Definitely;, the 'Bankhead per-lormance iof : "Private Lives" is something to talk about Ladies' Aid to Meet i The Ladles'. Aid Society of tne Evangelical United Brethren Church will Jild a luncheon meeting an Thursday at 12:30 pjnv at the home . of Mrsi Lyle Clenjents, 5408 Bryant Avenue. The Revl Dr, Raymond L. Cortner, who ; was ! denomination delegate to the recent UNESCO conference; will be , ,.?the , pdnc at-speake-'-k:.;.,-;;; ': ;F. I i I v- . it I ASTM0N? CISTBICT ni C?fTlf MacArtnur 6c 73rd taiiaiiiUill CAUL NOBTHSIDE 7T7 James STEWABT and Helen WALMB CICEtiCHD Macdonald & 2iUi Ave. Phone Richmond tK nHfllT Of MRS. Mini DANGEROUS YEARS - William Halop GENE TIXRNEY St REX HAHRISOV 'STORK BITES MAN"-Jackie Coontc UPTOVli THE RATWABD MOT OB tlO VIES Nile BiKhwav-2 Miles Soutb Of Wayward First Show Starts t Dusk LU 1-5973, Trn m a n T ; P F. o P I. F LUCILLE BALL, and JOHN HOD1AK "EXPERIMENT PERILOUS- HEDY LA MARK and! GEORGE BRENT HAYVARD 577 Castro APRIL SHOWERS' JACK CABSON and ANN i SOTHEBN "E ANBANDLE". with Rod Cameron SAN LCAKCSa 0AIILAIID DRIVE III East 14th Street South San Leandro FIRST SHOW STARTS AT 8:30 ' P.M. "POSSESSEO with.' JOAN CRAWFORD Van HEFL1N and Raymond MASSEY also Ml'NGLE TERROR" - Frank Bxick I tnPHTV I Macdonald-RL Mi UXUaalla l : i On B 4.1 Tnn.VK. F"l HI!T tAv n t aaudett COLBERT - Warren W1LL1AH "EAST SIDE OF HEAVEN'f - Bing Crahy R A i San leaparo- SW .-saf -IU 1 . 'TBADMEN from MISSOCB1 Dennis morgan and janb wyman "EACH DAWN I'D IE" JAMES I CAGNET and GEORGE R AFT STADIUM AUTO MOVIE 155th Ave. - E. 14tb St. "Enter E. 14th St Phone GL. 1-8200 for Show Information. MEET JOHN DOE KALW -Sports; Tune, ; KJBS-Concert. 1230 PJtt. KLX-Caetas Jack. ; KALW-12:40. S.F. Business. I , KJBS-Concert . 1:00 PJ. ' , KLX-Nawa; l:S,.Caetaa " . i -"-.- Jaek. - ' :05, Maralag KALW-a, Toaay; My ... i.y. Story.. -:..ji KALW-8:J0. Music iffifserenadc ' -.'130 PJtt. : j '. Safe KLX-Caetaa Jaek. KALW-1:40. Music I KJBC-Concert. . ! i 6:00 AJVL RXX-Glea King f Shaw. 7:00 A,mV- KLX-News; T:i Glea. Klag. .... . -:.730 AJW,:..-Ki SXX-Glam Klag. 3:00 AJtt. KLX-Nawt jig was. !H0W DOES TRUMAN 'LOOK'? Little Town in. France Has No Idea By PAUL GHAU Chicago Daily News Foreign Service PARIS, June X Is there a spire picture in the United States of President Truman? . . . ;..: If so, the mayor of La Guerche, in i;ouralne, would like very much td ghow it to his leiiow-citizens. on the appearance of Joseph Stalin, the results would have been entirely different Nobody in La Guerche has the slightest doubt as to what' the Russian leader looks like, t The five Communist families in Recently, the enterprising young fe! mayor decided to see how much the 200 inhabitants - or his community knew about America. So, he offered a - prize of 200 - cigarets which are at a premium in France for the first correct answer to the question: ' ' "TVift President Truman wear m moustache or a beard?" The cigarets are still in the mayor's drawer. Not one person knows the 'answer. One jold peasant said he had beard that most Anglo-Saxon leaders are clean-shaven. ' However, he couldn't say about President Truman for he had never seen his face in print i Ilewevjrr, If the question had been Bprtraitrfrom the local Communist ieSh'&ocletyCovitu, CALENDAR OF EVENTS TODAY. ' ' Trlbaae tad la braadeaat ever KLX. Jennie L. Hogan Tent No. 60. DUVCW, 1:30 p.m., Veterana Memorial Building. Oakland Toastraasters Club No. 88, 8:30 p.m 510 17th Street ".- ,v y East Oakland 20-30 Club No. 118, 7 p.m., 334 Broadway. . . - Oakland Camera Club, 8 p.m., Chabot School Auditorium. , ' ' . . Bay View Improvement CIvio, - p.m., Bav View Hall. 34th and Peralta Streets. Fmiitval Post No. 639. - American Legion. 8 p.m Sportsman ., Hall, , 5280 Foothill Boulevard. , ,' " c ' ; Oakland Lodge. B'nal B'ritb. 8:15 p.m.. Odd Fellow Hall, 11th -ana franklin Liv Oak Circle No. IT, t:15 pjn.; Odd Fellows Hall. 11th and Franklin Street. Whist, 8:30 p.m.. Dlmond Townsend Club No. 18. - 303 East lth Street ? Fruitvale Circle No. 685, Neighbors of Woodcraft. 8:30 p.xn- . 8258 Zaat - 14th TOMORROW - Oakland Chess and Checker Club, 587 12th Street . ' Eattbay Breakfast Club, 7:30 am., Lake Merritt Boathou... s . . Exchange Club, noon. Hotel Leamington. - Emeryville Xlwani Club, noon, 4307 San Pablo Avenue." ...... Nova Dies Daylight Chapter No. 544. OES. noon. Scottish Rit Temple. East Oakland Exchange Club, 12:10 p.m., 1478 Fruitvale Avenue. Oakland Round Table, 12:15 p.m.. Hotel Leamington.' " ; ,! , Whiat. 1:30 p.m., Fairfax Townaend Club. Wetherbe HalL 3038 East 16th Street - - - . Eastba-r Gold Star Chapter, American War Mothers, t p.nv, Oakland Veterans iSemorial Buildihg. Lions Club of Alameda, 6:30 p.m.. Hotel Alameda. . Alameda 20-30 Club No.' 183, 1 p.m Hotel Alameda. - --,-';r- ? r. Oakland Folk Dancers, 7:45 p.m.. Park Boulevard Clubhouse. Park Boulevard PJiu, 830 AJVL KLX-Maratng Mea4s. KALW -8: 40. play It . 9M AM. KLX-News; 8:18, Mails Far M'Lady. KALW-Music; 8:50. Story, 930 AJtt. KLX-Masia Far M'Lady. KALW-8:40, Teen Topics.' - 10:00 AJVL KLX-News, D. Baata; KRCC-Music. i 2:00 P.M KLX-News; 2:05, Here'a 9f asie. Presents. KRON-Opera. KWBR-Matinee. KSFH-Treasur Chest; , News. KSBR-News: Matinee. ' JCONG-Drifting; Keporter, H)0 PJM. KLX-News; 4:18, Pake ; Elltartea Shew, r . KJBS-Concert - '- KRCC-Top Pops; Del Porter. ' . KRON-News; Album. KWBR-Concert Master. KSFH-Tunes. KSBR-Harmony. KONG-For Student. 430 P3I. ; KLX-4:55, Prelada ta KJBS-Concert Et- KALW-2:20. World Selene KSS0,'?11. ub News. KJBS-Concert. CRCC-Bands. i:7es:;- -s- w'nr Masie. on-n: : KALW-Science; 10:20. Tim 230 PJtt. Calling. ' . KLX -Here's Masia. 1030 A.M. ' KJBS-Concert KLX-10:SS, Haywari Sbw. RRCC-2:55. New. KALW-10:40. - Workshop. 11:00 AJVL KLX-News; ,11:03, Hay-ward Shaw., - KALW-Podium; Ranch, Home. j KJBS-Concert 1130 AJU. KLX-Hayward rSbaw. KRON-Music 3:00 PJVL I KLX-News; 2:85, Here'a Masle. i - KJBS-Concert I KRCC-MacDonald. I KRON-Request KWBR-Matinee. KSFH-Sky Heritage. KALW-U:40. Spelling Bee -unawacK. i -KJBS-Concert ... KONG-News; DevoUonaJ. i : 12K)0 Noon. 330 PJVL . KLX-News. Baata; 11.-09, KLX-Here'a Mcsie. - J Bay Are Newa; 12:18, KJBS-Concert i Eddy La Mar Shew, j? ; KRCC-Penny Whys ' KRON-4:45.' Operetta. KSFH-News; Band. KSBR-Harmony. KONG-Music 5:00 PJVL KLX-Prelade t Eveatag. KJBS-Concert KRCC-Music ' KRON-News; 'Symphony. KWBR-Music. KSFH -This Day; March. KSBR-Song. KONG-News; Naval Reserve -v.,. v ... 530 P.M. , . KLX-Prelade ta Evealag. KJBS-Concert KRCC-Music. 1 KRON-Symphony; KWBR-Cocktaila. -KSFH-Ken Lengley. KSBR-Society. . ' KONG-Band: Melodies. Paulette Leads In Wilde Film : , -"'j" '' j. "-.A'.-'' "r :,. ' . ' ': Paulette Goddard, as an adventuress in London high society of the 1890'g, Is the leading lady of Alexander KordaV technicolor production of Oscar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband," PeninS Thursday at the Franklin Theater. t. Elaborately staged, with costumes designed by Cecil Beaton and sets by Vincent Korda, the film employ's Michael Wilding, Diana Wynyard, Hugh Williams, Sir Aubrey: Smith, Glynis Johns; and Constance Collier, Another! British-made film, with an American star Will share the bill. In "Meet Me at Dawn," William Eythe plays a professional duelist . whose amours involve such charmers as Hazel Court and Mar garet Rutherford. GARY COOPER-BARBARA STANWTCK "SNAFU wi,th ROBERT BENCHLEY DAI Rast I4IO St a I4ftti Ave S DARING DATTGHTERS - Technicolor Jeannette MaeDONALD & Jose ITL'RBI "SPRINGTIME. IN THE SIERRA" color ROY ROGERS; Continuous Show Today DEL MAR SAN L E A N D R O E. Mth EaelM TR-t-tTO. -CONTINUOUS SHOWING TOD AT "TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH" DICK' POWELL -and EIGNE HASSO "WRECK OF THE HESPERUS" WTLLARD PARKER - PATRICIA WHITE 2 Complete Shows Tomorrow from 5:30 "THE BIG CLOCK" -Ray MIIXAND PnrfHv M.nnwit.t. n t k t .' SAW LOHEUZO ?ILI.ACE LGREI2Z0 Saa Larenia VUiaa Phon LUcern 1-0811 "SITTING PRETTX" - Clifton WEBB Maureen lO'HARA. and Robert YOUNG "THE TENDER YEARS"-Joe E Brown BEEKEIET UHITED ARTISTS Con t from 12 TW 3-2300 "Fl'RT AT FURNACE CREEK" VICTOR MATURE & COLE EN GRAY THE- P fj O I T . I V E DOLORES ADVERTISEMENT ?l u.c. TWI DEL RIO & HENRY FONDA 3-2304 University & fchattuck "VOICIT mt the TITRTI.E" RONALD REAGAN-ELEANOR PARKER LIFE" RONALD CO I.MAN ACADEMY AWARD WINNER Best Actor SIGNE HASSO and EDMOND O'BRIEN RIV0U m Boreal at San Francisco and Monterey Bay jjfooudy I today, -tonight and Wednes- ay, wiia scaiierea snowers area: Night and morning high fog; otherwise fair today and Wednesday; normal temperatures; moderate westerly winds in afternoon.! T Northern California: High fog along coast, a few scattered showers in the south' portion; otherwise -fair today, tonight and Wednesday; slightly warmer over" interior today; moderate northwest winds off Coast Sierra Nevada: Fair northern and partly, cloudy with a few scattered showers over southern ranges today, tonight and Wednesday; slightly warmer afternoon. Sacramento Valley: Fair today, tonight and Wednesday; slightly wanner today; high today, 76-82; low tonight, 45-58; - - San Joaquin, Valley: Partly near, foothills over southern portions; , slightly 5 warmer today north of t Fresno, and Wednesday from Fresno K suuuiwaru, xugn ioaay, .o-eu; iow tonight, 48-56. Santa Clara; Uvermore Valleys: Fair today, tonight and Wednesday; little change in temperature; gentle westerly winds in afternoon. : . Salinas Valley: Mornine foes:! i - , June I, 29U '.'America's Town .Meeting," radio's oldest audience participation V- v '-' i'orum , reaches f - V 'another milestone t ' today as it begins Iits fourteenth year on the air by facing the issue, "What Will Stop Strikes' at 8:30 V p.m. over KGO. This should ! '.. r. :, jOeoro V, Danny Jr.rnake for a lively :birthday party especially when you "consider that two of the speakers wLU be Senator Joseph H. BalL Re otherwise fair north portions today. ' -publican of Minnesota, add Emil tonight and -. Wednesday; partiyi'Mazey, secretary r treasurer of ! cloudy aouth portion with few scat tered showers ttoday; high today, w-io; low; tonight, 46-50; slightly warmer south portion Wednesday; I?01 Co. of Baltimore is vice- tt a ttr r r r tvi.j .1. platform will be Thomas R. Reid whose business title with McCor- moderate westerly winds in after. noon. .. . West Temperatures A- SUN, MOON AND TIDE TUESDAY. JUNE 1 La" Guerchp'a mavno 1ys.a. Sunset Rebekah Lodge No. 10. 8 p.m.. vlcU ttS 4 mayr. intends tO renow, Hall. Uth and Franklin w.w. uuuiiuauua services in Paris on his next trip. He's going to ask them .for a few booklets on America that will Include pictures of .President Truman or his successor. ' . s Capyrlf ht, 1948, Chlear Dally Newa. lae. Squirrel Knows His Nuts . WILSON,Kan aR)-Mrs Sarah smith is feeding a finicky squirrel. She says he turns up his nose at peanuts. He wants English walnuts, hickory nuts or black walnut. .- . Strvets Fruitvale Odd Fellows Lodge N. S3, t pjxu, 3258 East 14th Street' .k . San Leandro Improvement : Club, t p.m., Alvarado Hall, Al vara do and Aa-tonio Streets. . - . . North Oakland Development Association, 8 p.m., Emerson School. 49th Street nd Shatter Avenue. - ? ,; San Lorenzo Village Garden Club, p.m.. Community Center. - . f rl4-faihkn Dancina. 8:15 D.ra Tellow- thio Hall, 411 28'.h Street- j ; Dance. 8:30 p.m.. Oakland .Officers Club, Lake Merritt. Hotel.. i TOWNSEND CLUBS . . ! ODAT. - -'.;.-. : : ret : ' Melrose Cub No. 2. 1:30 p.m., 3038 East 16th Street - . j TOMORROW. No meetings aehcdulcd. ' ' Sun rises . . Moon rises. ,..5:4ua i bun 2:40a I Moon sets aeu. .8:2op 2:3p MOON PHASES New Moon 1st Qtr. Full Moon Last Qtr. June T 5:55a.m. . June 13 - 10:4p June 21 5:54a.m. : June 29 -8:23a.m. TIDE TABLE The time and heights of tide in the following U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey table are given for the foot of Park Street, Oakland. For Ft Point subtract 40 minutes. . ' --. - - JUNE 1 TO JUNE S L.W. H.W. L.W. H.W. 3:12a 2.6 8.214.8 3:56a 1.8 :33a 4.3 4:36a l.e 10:43a 4.4 : 5:13a 0.1 11:42a 4.7 5:50a-0:6 12:37p 4.9 2:21p tl :23p 6:1 3-.04p 1.6 :50p 6.5 3:46p 2.0 lO-.lSp 6.7 4:27p 1.5 10:46p 7.0 5:07p 3.011:15p T.3 NOTICE In the above tabulation of the tides 4e4aUy tides arc given in the order of their occurrence, commencing with the earl? rooming tide in the left-hand coluarvaOft ome days but three tides occur, the fourth occurring the following morning."" " i The columns, of heights gives the ele'a H. 81 76 73 54 76 75 80 90 86 57 77 90 77 Albuquerque Bakersfield Bishop - -i Blue Canyon Boise -T Colusa ! Denver r El Centra El Paso Eureka 1 Fresno i " Havra " Helena Hetch Hetchy 63 maio i : S8 Lander , E3 Las Vega 88 Los Angela : 74 Merced 74 Needle ' 82 Oakland ! ' 66 PasoRobles 75 Phoenix 87 Pocatello . . 83 East Temperatarea H. L.! Atlanta I Boston ! Brownsville Buffalo i Charleston Chicago ' Clneinnatt " Des Moines Detroit . Fort Worth Houston ' I Jacksonville Kansas City Memphis i Miami Li H. 56 Portland "77 53 Red Bluff Air ,77 44 Reno 68 45 Riverside r 60 48 Roseburg 1 , 63 52, Sacramento-, , 73 52 Salinaa ! 71 7iSalt Lake City I 88 65 San Diego ' i i 67 53 San Francisco : 61 55 S.F. Airport 62" 56 Santa Barbara 68 52 Santa Rosa '.9 40'SeattIe 78 68; Sheridan 87 551 Spokane r. 73 56! Stockton- . 74 57( Sunnyvale ,'' , 68 50 Susanville ; 65 68 Tonopah 56 53 WiUiams . 76, 49 Winnemacca 78 58' Yuma , 82 85 58 91 74 82 80 75 80 71 81 92 86 .'9 82 84 65 Minneapolis ; 54! New Orleans 70 New York 43; North Platte 67 Oklahoma City 78 H." 81 88 65 70 54 Omaha -79 48-Pensacola 70 53'Pittsburgh ' 72 51! Rapid City 78 675 St Louis 76 22' San Antonio 94 70-Vicksburg 88 551 Washington - 77 55"Wichita 79 TOjWilliston 72 SPECIAL OAKLAND REPORT Seasonal precipitation to date. ISftfi normal to date, 18.63; seasonal to date last f year, 11.64: seasonal normal. 18.76 sea-! president in charge of human rela- ?ng" moderator and the man who briginated the program idea back n 1335, can feel justifiable pride inJ the 13-year record of .the program. JJ1 in all. Town Meeting has collected 34 outstanding radio awards, including two Peabody Awards, Which are to radio as Oscars are to the movie industry. 5 Tomorrow: Jack Haley, co-star f the Broadway musical, "Inside JJ.S.A.," guests , with Paul White-man on fee Record Club at 12:30 j.m. tomorrow over KGO. Incidentally, Paul's new1, book, "Record for Vie Millions," containing a foreworby Deems Taylor, was published Just two Weeks ago by the Heritage Press. It's a historr 1 f phonograph recording in the U.S. f - v- vkvxG.u me sea son, xing fwrosoy Has; Invited Fred Allen," cartoonist Ham Fisher and fdddleman Joe Venuti: as guests to-inorrow night at 9 over KGO. Fred indBing have' rigged tap a fantastic biography of Bing's brother titled "Forever Everett" with Fred Cast in the leading role, i "Easy Chair Money' or how to Win money by taking; it easy, airs aSt 8:30 p.m. tomorrow night over KGO. John Galbraiihland Lee Circus rwlH be in charge. At. 10 p.m. tomorrow nirht. Phil San Pablo near-University "SITTING PRETTY untTonweoB-Maureeno Hara-RobertYaans "THE TENDPR YEARS" - Joe B. Brown FREE PARKING SPACE FOR PATRQNS FOX 623 Mcdonaid Rk: tunond if i Continuous today from 1J SCUDDA HOO tCl'DDAfcHAT" rflloi. JUNE HAVER & LON kftCALLISTER BO AW -TO THE BIO H O V 8 E- COSTA 710 Macdoriaia-Richinond i&iQ Continuous Today From u DOUBLE-HORROR SHnwi D R A C U L A" ' with BELA L.UGOSI Boris KARLOFF In "FRANKENSTEIN f!T? A flTs 23rd-Rheem-Richmona woo UlUillaJ i Opens 5:45 Tonight "SCUDDA HOO SCUDDA HAT" -co)rr JUNE HAVER & LON McCALLISTER "ROAP TO THE BIG ' ' HOIXE"-, KOaTH PARXAXD UaUfillUXir j Doors Open at 12:45 "8 DARING DAUGHTERS'? -T'echnicok.f JTCANNETTE WseDON'ALD-JOSE ITl'RBl "THE BIG CLOCK" - Ray MILLAND Charles LAUGHTON-Maureen Q'Satllvia nil MPC CUes waM'Aaaa SITTING fJtY Clifton Webb- Maureen r jT7j a. iwoert XOi'NQ "THE TENDER XEARS'-Joe E, Brow a Starts Wed. s"IF "OU KNEW Rl'SlE" Erldie Cantor: 'tOVR f rem a STRANGER tea at iaaftr iL-i-(tta I Last Times Tnniuht GATEWAY San Pablo ana biaruord " O V WERE, MEANT FOR ME" DAN DAILET and OSCAR LEVANT THE GAY BANCHERO"-Roy .Rogen DIHOKD-LAUBEL IIOPKIIIS ViArArlhur Ar 5i.ti K Av, "MAHGIE" technicolbr' JEANNE CRAIN and GLENN LANGAN "SWAMP WATER" with Anne Baxter LAUREL! MacAxthur at 3&th Ave. i " S A -I i O Jtf - ALAN LADD and' "VERONICA LAKE - OUT V. aTl. r n : v sr av avaa ; T j a m-i a e j, mm.m a LTIXI PALMER & SAM WANAMAKtU DIM01ID Fruitvale at MacArthur I ; GRCnnnv tric T- t ILl MANS AG RE EM ENT' DOROTHY MeGUIRE-JOHN GARFIELD Celeste HOLM, Best Supporting Actress "BILL COO ' K. Murray a col?r feature f A1RFAX-SET1INABY i T,ilU.T5t. ("SITTING' PRETTY" MAUREEN OmARA CLIFTON WEBB ROBERT YOUNG; ahown 7:00 & 10 JO "THE TENDERjrEARS".Jo. E. Brown WILL BE SHOWN AT 9:00 p.m. rrtPITfll I "thiH Bivd. Seminary !fiT.l;rtU,i' JEANNE CRAIN U W ER E MEANT FOR M f P-JN DAILEY and OSCAR LEVANT "THE FLAM Et "with John Carroll ALAMEDA HEW LQRM AdiF aft Alcatraz " 1(XJ ATT W A Df TV - - V4i vi-a. va iii- v & -auvtsii H Or DON ' COYOTE" "THE FABULOUS TEXAN" Wn. Elliott CAIiPUS Baocrott Ac leiesraph UNCONOUERFD" color Paulette GODDARD Sc Gary COOPER -rAuifcuis jot- witn waiter Abel CONTINUOUS TOD A Y FROM 1 CALIF0RII1A Kittredae 4k ShaitucK "S DARING DAUGHTERS" -Technicolor Jeannette MaeDONALD Sc Jose ITURBI "THE BIG CLOCK". with Ray MILLAND Charles LAUGHTON e Rita JOHNSON BERKELEY I "LADY FROM RITA HAYWORTH ic "TRAPPED BY BOSTON BLACKIE CHESTER MORRIS' RICHARD LAN! ShatfucK & Haste AS h berry 3-4300 S H A N G H A I" ORSON WELLES OAKS Solano at The Alameda D I C K. F O W R T. I. "TO THE ENDS OP THE EARTH" "SLEEP MY LOVE" - Claudette Cnlbert Don AMECHE and Robert CUMMINGS DOORS OPEN TONITE AT 8:30 ELI IV COD College Ave at Asno? GLencotrrt 1-S:?rxi rIL.nl FESTIVALafT AMOU8 FAVORITES "WINGS OF THE MORNING" color ANNABELLE and JOHN MeCORMACK 2 Complet Shows -Doors Open at 6:45 SINGLE , FEATURE EXCLUSIVELY SAil PABLO AVENUE P.LALTO San Pabk A i7tn hi A-ti3 MaureenO'Hara-ReyHarrlsrm FOXES OF HARROW; Betty Grable-Dick Haymea "Shaemne MI Pllrrtm". color EL HEY San Pablo Ave, near 35ih Bamohrcr Borart-Tim Hnl Walter Huston Tinnr af Sierra Ma4re' Alfred Dorn Tve Always Laved lea" 7ft AIH) f TAHKET TAT! u Market at Jvn Street JORGE NEGRETE "BRUMA EN EL RIACHUELO" OUNDA , B O Z AN it AIDA L U 2 EL CERIITT0 CERRIT0 San Pablo at T Fairmount m r. v TIM rO Websler-Santa Clara LA-3-3423 ffl!SoKVH Charlie Chan. Mystery "CHINESE RING" I rooae LA kehurst 2-7337 vnnir wia ' -N A. K E D C J T T ' ?7ZJ2ZZGZRAVD & Howard DIE? "CLAMOUR GIRL"! with Gene Knipa ' ALAIIE0A LA kehurst 2-4431 "W a a T a iT.nTrB" Barbar, STANWYCK -it Van HEFLM ifANJI.A.NDIJE' wltlt f Rod Cameron M AT IN EE DAILY AT 1 P.M. STHAIID Park St- oon. Alamena Ave. ! nctvrt waa-rno Henry FONDA I and Charles GRAPE WlV -ijb.-. i v KUAD-' with Gen Tierney R-I-0 .? ; , i vain btreet LA-2-si9 i ' I fiACT roAP "THE ' WEDDING NIGH T" "MYSTERIOUS INTRUDER-.Richard Di FREE DINNER WARE TO THE LADIES! HEPTUIIE.., Central at Webster Ttf A ar i e i t v Barry FITZGERAI.n". a. un.,.j m rr Disco very-Admiral Byrd's Last Expedition CEHTDA nnifinft Twnnel Highway at Orlhda Hilf2 L CToswfd-Ortnda 2331 "THE BIO CLOCK". - j Ray MILLAND Chvw. LAI GHTON.MttirtUn n'cruiriV "THE TENDER YEARS -Jo EL. Brown WALKUT CB EEK-ft ABT1XE2 fJriTnn 17T " At Th Moimment t'AU I Uii-lii I r on Main Highway Between Walnut Creek and Martinex S HOW STARTS A T . Tt It K MOREEN! DOLPHIN STREET LANA TURNER Ac VAN HEFLIV B A M. B A j M A N I A ' C0NCQSD EIIEA11 SHOW STARTS a SO P.M. A P K I T. a a si w a- JACK CAfcRON and ANN SOTHER! PnTJBtTEC VCSUEt I , Phone Ptttabur 5-13SS SIKGAPOtr" vllh Frri U..UI EI T Ava GARDNER & SDrin BTISGIOV T S K - - i I, o a T. , , u A w r V X" S'JMil HAYWARD At Robert CUM MING DENNIS O KEKFI, Sc JUNE LOCKHART "RELENTLESS" color by! Technicolor nown iuiku Marguerite CHAPMAN VISTA LAWRENCE "CRIMINAL San Pablo and Potrero ' STEP BY STFP TTERNEYANN JEFFREYS COURT" Tom Conway PIEDHQIIT k o5? 4189 PIEDMONT A-VE. Pbone PI 5-"727 'IP YOU K N E W U S I K JOAN DAVIS and EDDIE CANTOR "LOVE FROM A STRANGER- JOHN HODIAK &i SYLVIA SIDNEY DOORS OPEN AT -- 6:30 P.M. AlBAKT ALBAIIY A Solano at San Pablo LA NDSCAFE S-Sri!t "THE VOICE OF THE TURTLE" RONALD REAGAN-ELEANOR PARKER "SPEED TO SPARE" - Richard Arlen Starts 6 pJh.. Free Parking In Rear rnumrAu:- itr ayehite FRUITVALE tion of each tide in feet above or below son beginning July. 1. ending June 30. j Bovero, his orchestra ! and vocalist the level on. Coast Survey chart sound-! Precipitation for 24 hours ending at 6 a.m. ing. inm numDers are always aoaiuva to luesaay.. mgnesr temperature this vear; the chart depth, unless preceded by a 73 derive on May 22: lowest tempera-'"b' "acted?1 tiien the numbera are turn tola season, 39 degrees on February Eat 14th & 37th Ave. ! DICK POWELL -TO THE ENDS OF; THE EARTH "THE WRECK OF THE -HESPERUS" Wiliard PABKFR Ar, Patricia WHITE Nadia Cannon will be back with another "Rhapsody in Color." See yoa again Thursday. - PALACE 23rd Ave. A East 15th "8 M O K T" enlor FRED MaeWrURRAY ar Anne BAXTER "YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME" JEANNE CRAIN & CAN DAILET ElIEAIIi frtorte PitUOu'r CONT. THOU l-M P.M. -fT ENT H A VENUE AN G 1 1 ' Marsaret O'Brtea Sc 'George - MURPHY "DISCOVERY" Adrniral Byrd FTrperiitiqa CALIFOnniA Henry FON "Mara Tha Phone PitWbUr 6 CONT. FROM !:. T IT .'k X. I V F" A Sc Maureen O'SULLIYA a Secretary" -Ceorca Brent PARK B871EYABP v PARKWAY Park Bivd. 4c E. l:b , invitn fiii(. nt VOICE. OF THE TURTLE" -a,aH?r--PARKFt r,d Pve AS DEN "ALWAYS ITOGETBER "-Robert Hutton Kobrrt EAST 121b ST5EET Eiit Uth &tmee at Sth Avenue f "RIDr" mt tnnetc anat Cb5!? MONTOOMFRJ. Thomas -GOMEZ . r, . H li I , , k i. t . v. t i m.1 SSr'T, Srlm Diaaeware Free Lafe. SHOW STABTS TONIO HT"':3 Vroi Kj.jjo2S 8-I5Z2 TECHNIeOLOB FCQTH1LL -"TBREEJDARINO DAUGHTERS". :vL'Mfl50NAUJ -Jos. ITURBI BOWERY Hi Box Qfficempi CKAROOS-.1-0 Gorcev pena 6:la-ShoW Starts 6:38 G RAH ADA -GENTLE MA Dorothy MaeGLl Celestt HOLM. Best Supnorting Aetre? -BILL AND COO 'S - Color - Xai Murra taM tii ,4i sjth- Ave. cttrr.oor r r v i uaAtYn 7 AGREEMENT"-. worolhy MatGUIRE r John GARrrrt.0

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