The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 12, 1946 · Page 17
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'•t- TKtfKSD.tr, , 6:00 to 6!30~j>, 6;SO to 7:09 . With an Appeal; 6:45. Air-Star-Dance Parade"' »••«••• KAETT— Treasure" Hour " of -So - 7:30%, in. ,,y-00 7:30 to . KTCRO— Eddie Cantor.- KJ X¥ ( ?T; Am " tirica ' s Tow <i Meeting: 7-1S „ Christian Science Monitor. ' KAFY— Bed Hitler. - 8:09 ttT8:SO D. m. JCKrp.'— News; 8:15. Bed Ryder. KKRO— Haunting- Hour . Norman KAF5T— Sound S)ti. _ "i . 8:30 'to 0:00 p^m. ,- KKHW— Veterans Administration; 8-45 • thOO to 9:30 p. m. KFIOf — Suspense. . C— -World Secuney-TVoik Shop. KAJTT— Glen Hardy; 3:15, James Crowley. t 8:30 to-, 10:00 p.-ro. KTIRN— Tommy Tucker's, Orchestra. KBRO— Great CiassicB., KPMC— EtHel anfl Albert; 9:45.,Walti! Sports; '9:45, Count 10-IS „10:04 *» 10:30- p.m. K'En'Mr — Columbia. TVorid Xe\\e- Milton Cli?.rles. > , KKRO — Enrlc-HsdrlBUera;* 10:1S. Sporus. E KPJIO— .McMalian'a" News; 10:15. Tb« Man With a Band., KAFY— Pnlton' Lewja, Jr.7 10.15. The Jlaglc Hour. 5 -10:3* to 11:00 p. m. KERS— Tammy Tucker's Orchestra, KBRr>-M3rchc5tra»' 10:55. Ketvs. KPMC— Predate Martin. KAFY— The Magic Hour. , X1*O to 11:30 p. m. KnRN — Dei Counney: KERO— MUBio. KPMC— News: 11:05, Silver XXocturne. JCAFT— Xews:' 11:15, Orchestra. to J2:00 Midnight 1CJ1IIX — Manny Strand: 11:45. Ors^n Interlude. a KERO— Joe .Reichman:,.!!^:. ICess. KEMtJ — Sifter Nocturne. KAFY— Orchestra; 11:45,' News. 12:00 to '4:00 a. n«. KAFT— Night' Watchman.' "I try to bring radio listeners some laughter and fun, on my program Thursday nights. Btjit when Tyrant news, I want it straight and unbiased — the -way the Rich: field "Reporter, gives it." NBC Tdp.M Listen to Charles Wesley Opie's , Program Doin MemoryLane Brought to You -at 3:45 P. M. . s Monday, \Veanesday - and- .Friday The Hopson Mortuary KPMC .'' 6:00 to 6:30 a. m, - *• ' KERN— CBS News; 6:15,- JCothinc- tot ' the Truth;- 6:20. Oklahoma Boandup. KHRO— Mornlne Bounflun. OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLB MORE'W T5ATT.' HE'S XOM. ONE SIDE. B A HILL. BEHIND EGAD.TVMIS&S/ YOURS A KEEhi STUDENiT &ET USED TO YOU, MA3OR/ HE PEELS A& AB A GIRAFFE OM THE 8:15, Report From Wasbtaeton.-, r" 1 , — Column: Z-.16,' - Tennessee , _ KAJETC— Brakine Johnson) .*i45, T ' ""'' ' A BLUE BLOOD GEESE 1K1THEYART3, BUT TO APPROACH THE BIRD i$ TO RISK BY^HIS SVJORD KFliG— Ladles Ba " KAPT— Say 7t "With to 4:0!) p. . KERN— iittle ,.«bow; >"3 :4C Lean* Baclc »';•'.;• r '5-80 : ;to' : '5i30, p. BRN- local LITTLE; SCOTCH , KPME— T*rry and'-the Piratist'S:lS. Sky. "KtBK. s _V i- c f i -."i^jt> r 6:1,5, j '" SiSO io 6,--,.j , ne's Sport-Tasej,'o:45. Bob, Ga'rred IfeWsi,5:5S, Btti> Henry Kews. i » , , , < », '""'•- ALL BE KlLT LAUSWMS WALK AROUhiQ TKE VARD \MEAR.- J<JLTS/ •! 4,:08 KEBK' KBRO—T$"eek •KP1JC— . Record i —^Fulton B«hin4 the "Baloir. KPJIG^-Jaefc Armstrong; Silo. Dick- Tracy." -•' •' ^"-", ^ .KAKST-rCa .-Toraiailx. U. S. Army Allied,— AirFfce ,,, LIKE A ^ GOOSE !li TO W1IA, 36Gfin~lock ca'tcIT THE EARTHWORKS Saved in the Rasbucknick of Time!! . entral Valley S-artner/ ' KEFS— KUty Klub. 6:30 to 7:00 a. m. KERK— Oklahoma Boandup; -S:i5, Kural Roundup. ^BRO — Mornlns Houndnp; 6:45, News." KPMC— Central Volley Farmer; Cowboy Trouhadur. , - KAPY — Xsws: 6:35, Kaffy Klub. 7:00 to 7:30-8. TO. KERN—News; 7:15. yisetwood 'Lawton. KBRO— Alarm Clock C!ub. KPMC^-MoJIahan'a News: ,7:16, Martin Airronslcy, XAFY— News; 7:15, Rise and Sfiine. ** . - 7:30 to 8:00 a. m. KERN-— Bob Garred News; 7:45, Old Chiaholm Trail.- - KBRO— jCfarm Clock Clirti; 7;4o, Views. KPMC — Janite-AbBe Observes: 7:45. ~ waltz Time. KAPY — Moraine Sleiodies: 7:45, News. 8:00 to 8;30 a. m. KBRN— Arthur Oodtray: 8:15, nick and Jeanne; 8:20, Local News; 8:25, Keepsake Songs. KEHO— fFred Warms. ' KPMC-Breakta.it Clulj.' KAFY^-CecU Srown; SdS, Frazier Hunt. 8:30 to 9:00 a. m. KERK— Front Page Headlines; 8:40, Musical Music. KERO — Lyrics for the Ladies. KP1IC — Breakfast Club. KAFY — Bill.-Harrinijloji Smss; 8-.4J, ~ Victor H. Llndlahr. 8:00 to B:SO a. ro. KERN— Kate %mlth Cpeake; 8:15, Sine, America, Sing. , KKRO — Hex Koury; 9:35. Tic Toe Tunea. KPMC~-Glaniour SJanor, KAPT— Notes at Nine: 9:15. Music Without Woids. 0:30 fa 10:00 a. m. KERN — Romance of Helen Trent; 9:45, Our Gal Sunday. KRRO — Tin Pan Aliey; 9 45, News. KPMC — Breakfast in Hollywood. KAPY — Grace WatklnB; 8:35, Holliwood News. 10:00 to 10:30 a. m. KERN — News: 10:15, Oem Time. KERO-^Sketches In Melody. KPMC — Home Edition; 10:15. Ted Malonp. KAPT — Q!en Hardy; 10:15, Editor's Diary. • 10:30 to 11:00 a. ro. KERN— Record Session. ICERO— Echoes of the Tronics. KPMC— My True Slory; 1«:55, Hsmns of All Churches. KAFT — To Tja announced; 10:45, Bill Gwinn tihow. 11:00 to 11:30 a. m. KERN — Fred Beck; 11:15, Jimmy Poisey and Hi a Band KBRO — Honeymoon In New York. KPMC — Hymns o£ All Churches. 11:15, Baukhage Talking. KAFT — Bill Gwmn Show; 11.30, Smile Time. 11:30 to 12:00 Noon KERN — Lone Journey; 1-1:45, Rose ol 3Iy Dreams. KKRO — Music Box. KT'lIC— Listening Post; 11:46, Show Tune Time. — "KAPY — Queen for a Day. 12:00 to 12:30 p. m. KERV— Burritt Wheeler; 12:13, Local and National News. KBRO — Rendezvous With Richardson; 12:15, News. ' KPMC— MeMalian's News; 12:15. Farm News; 12:25, Listen to Iiiebert KAPY — News; 12:15, General roundup., 12:30 to 1:00 p. m. KERN — Knox Manning-: 12:45, Report to the R. P. I>. KBRO — Farm Reporter; 12:45, SuKebrush Serenade."* KPMC — Country Commentator; 12:45, Jumping 1 Jacks. - KAFY — Harlem Hospitality. ' 1:00 to 1:30 p. m. KERN — House Party; 1:35. Curley Bradley Show. KERO — Hits for the Mr£. • KP.MC— The Jifan With a. Band; 1.15, Edwin C. Hill. KAFY — Cedrio Foster; 1:16, Johnson Family. IjSfl to S:00 p. -m. , KERN— Ruby Holt Show; 3:45, ; Thought "for Today; 1:60, Star of Today. KDRO— Hits Jor the Mis. KPMC — Walter Kiernan': 1:45. Coke Club "With iforton Downey. ' KAFY— Shady Valley Folks. 2:00 to 2:30 p. m. KERN — American School of the Air. ' KERO— Hits for the, Mrs. KPJIC — What's Dolnff Ladies?; 2.25, Dotnsrs in tne News. KAFY— Tell Your Neighbor;" 2:15, John J. Anthony. 2:30 to 3:00 p. m. KERN— Steel the Missus. KERO — Hits for the Sirs. KP.MC — Bride and Groom. KAFY — Heart's -Desire. - " 3:00 to 3:30 p. m. KT3RX — QumcyHowc and the News; with DON McNEIU'S off - the - cuff comedy .. . the goings-on of the gang . . . swingers, singers, something sentimental. If i one of radio's most popular shows. 8:00 A. Mr Monday Through Friday 1560 ' . on your dial An American Broadcasting Company Program SCPMG 8:OOto8:3O Sponsored by 1700 K ; Street,-Bakersfield Phone 9-9401 Established 1892 •, HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured U. S. Army leader, <• M aJ.-Gen. " >R°m&j?S: goddess -~ 10 Great Lake , 2 Area measure -• &H 11-Puff, up" , , 3 Symbol i 12 Fqotlike part" --•'-* -- - _I4 Broth 1 er" of " - Jacob 16,Ship's record IS Skills ; ,' 21 Ceremony ~> 22 Assistant 23 Snares • f 25,Zeal STidy. •"„ 6CoIpr-^-'.i, ' ~7 Babylonian^ ," deity\ -"« - "j 8 Right "(ah.), 9 Frozen — ~>~»-—» , iJ J.' 1 U^Ell tr 26 Electrical unit 12 Top of-the-' 27 Article " „ head_.^' \ 28 New Mexico 13 Makes (ab.) 29 Ream (ab.) 30 Of the thing 1 31 B-flnt (music) 32 And (Fr.) 34 Symbol for t tellurium " 35 Paid notice 36 Be quiet! 38 Oriental guitar 40 Gem carved in relief 42Bjrd 43 Demonstrative pronoun 47TJpward flight 48 Silkworm 49 Demolish 50 Vase 51 Small candle M Bustle ^ * 57 He was deputy _ commander of 20 Native of - '~Sparfa 22 Fleets '<• ."-24 Scoff - 25 Australian , soldier' > 32 Royal'ltalia'n family name mistakes -" - ^33 Row 1 - 39 Hackneyed. , i 41 Grieve' ' 43 Woody plant 44 Compact 45 Like 46 Trial-' 52 Cutting 'tool , -5*3 Postpaid (afa.J ^55'Palm "lily ", SS Butterfly,' " SIDE GLANCES By GALBRAITH "Do ion" have to take your 'g\rl*ta* restaurant?' When I 1 wag courting your mother, 1 ahvujs touldfcid her Into cookine a meal at her home!" CARNIVAL 5 ByJHCK-TOKNER "Social security number, luxury taiw, unearned increment/inheritance taxes, nrt earnings—1 can remember all those, but 1' foreet my name!" REDjtlfDEB "%" She's Coming Along ' WHYJfOlIlHl.t«3K.^Ur\'f^rriE'».OUSHT,tO KNOW ~~ By FRED- HARJIAN* /THEif? OriLY CHANCE •UTRmUS WAS C33VER THEIR ',- "65ACKS, BUTTritt DIOKJ'T: rAORE. TROUBLE WHH flftSl-Ew. VASH- T l^fGTON,- D.C. -THE 'MINOR FOREIGN LOANS COMMITTEE* MEETS. SENATOR JACK S. FOG- BOUNQ CHAIR-. MAN. OUR INVESTIGATOR REPORTS CONDITIONS IN SLOBBOVIA ARE PITIFUL, f PEOPLE STARVING-CROPS BURIED UNDER GLACIAL. ICE--EVEN THE WOLVES HAVE.- LEFT.?' NATURALLY, IT WOULDN'T BE SOUND BUSINESS-TO LEND THBM BILLION BUT/GANTLE- MEN-IF YOU ARE RIFFUS- ING THE LOAN, SLOBBOVIA WILL PARISH.'." YOU CAN HAVE ALt OUR SVMFWTHY AMBASSADOR- BUT NOT ONE, RASBUCKNIK.':'"- AWOV-BOYS-YQU MIGHT CAPTION TH!S PICTURE- ^FOGBQUNO, WATCH-DOG OF THE Tft£ASU THREE AH VILL SAVE SLQS&QVIA. IT JEST SO HAPPENS, AH 'HAS THREE -I* BILLION RAS BUCKNJIKS— N.AMELY £i.75 IN AMERICAN MONEY.':'' TAKE lTf. f THE GUMPS Her Schoolgirl Complexion Graduated By GUS EDSON TILDA'S R16HT/ HE IS HA,VIN<S AM AFFAIR—THESE -FLOWERS HE SENT ME PROVE HE HAS A 6UILTY CONSCIENCE— ViOLfT Rtt/E/ SO He MM? UUN^IH WITH HER, EH? THE TWO-TINAER/ HERE HE COMES NOW — dRlNN|N6 LIKE THE CAT THAT SWALLOWED THE MOUSE/ -;;.'. ^; v^'rt mn WELL, MISTER DO! LOOK Like I WAS SORM VESTERPAV ? ' HUH? ER, NO —I'D, SAY YOU LOOK YOUR. A6E~— YOU'RE NO SPR1M6 CHICKEM AtOVMORE, OC GASOLINE ALLEX WELL, BOYS, HELLO, UNCLE The Uprising WE'EE EEADV TO RENEW OUK LEASE. WHICH LAPSES THE END OF THE MONTH. VOU KNOW, OF COUR5E.THAT CONDITIONS HAVE CHANGED) SINCE WE'VE BEEN T PAVING VpU$25 FOR. THE FRONT AND «f I-FOR THE BACIC.V$36 15 MIGHTV=- COOP , RENT POI2 THIS SHAQC. By KIKQ NOW, WITH THE FRONT RENTED, NEW WIRING ,SHELVES, AND STOEACE SHED, THIS VVOULP RENT FOE $75. •p - i. IT BUT, UNCLE T VOU SHOULD AVEKV, WE HAVE THOUGHT MADE >>LL [OP THAT. IF THOSE >vVOU WANT IMPROVEMENTS.') A LEASE = TT WILL BE AT $50. BOOTS AND HEE BUDDIES So Sorry By EDGAR 5IARTIN .jfeT ^•^i^ t JUST HftTEQ TO ViPMt TO VOU THHT LETCtRl Bm I MR6. RUGGUK / TH«T NOU'O WftNT MfTO I flNO t'O JUST LIKt FOR VOU TO Kt^OW; ftT FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS eftE you GET AH-THAT FOLDINV5 STUFF? f BODY SENT US'A utibr^,/ ^ rv*vG newKy <5ROOVY/ ) ABOUT OUR PtAV Perfectly Okay "\ x-" By MERRILL BLOSSEE jlX^tviw »t\i irrw /MAJUMAOE- /PAYABLE TO THE STUDENr \A/AS TM.E A WHAT DO YOU THINK? we TOOK CHECK Awy / IT 10 TME BANK. AND IT CAME GOOD? A OLIT LOOKIN& LIKE THIS/ CSPH. 194<i BY MEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. HEC WASH TUBBS _____^ WELL,. \ KE WftMTS WORE X HIMW-E'S DtZIV TlWg TO DECIDE. CHER A COUNTESS J.P.... 30RKl»h IS / W SANZtNl ... STSU. RSHTtNS / PU^NS TO-WftRK, ' m -~~ ^WHEHHERWVORCB Not So Good QUIBBLE! WHAT DID HINK.LE • S(W TO OUR NEW ,«..M^^- , ^S' HE H1NTE f s " 6 COUHTE5S TM<W INRUEHCB HIS Dl GftNllNifcECISION. , OH. MR »««"«« ^OTHE^ WIRE FROM By LESLIE TURNEE P*^ ' 'ssssss- frtO &. O^t "* f Oft **• ' BUCK ROGERS, TYSTENTI-FIFTH CENTURY. A.D. '/ ALL RlGrTr.ME /GETABOARD !\THO«E ROCKET f TRWN^ AN VTAKEOFF/ \FVOUWAMT); TOIAVC, THE-CURTA1N ^ > IS ABOUT TO, R»«5EON -s OPERATION DEVASTO By DICK CALKINS ROGERS AND MVPRECKDUS , TWIN BROTHER WlU-BEt4ONi GUE?5T«5 ON VOVAGETO ETERMnnry- :t4ONORED^

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