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]Q Wednesdoy, August 30, 1944 gaherrtttlb CaUforntan AIR PROGRAMS \VKIINKM»AY 6:0(1 (o B:liO p. nl. KKR.V—NP\V.O, 6:15. Sons." by I.e-ou Pa ymv Kl-'l—Till" Alan YounR Mimv KI'MC—tJabni'l Hi'Hltci; ti 15. S irrn Tr«t. «::!(! f'i 7:<>0 p. in. KKKX -j-'p'itiicin HHiiiif. (•:,:•, <:<>i"ntt sti-iy THIOI. KKI- Mr. I»MrUt Alli.nipy. KI'.MC— Fir*l NiKhloi •J:(M> (o 7::t(l p. m. K ''i:N'~-RMymoiul i"iiam SWUIK, 7 I,*-, Toci .Miilnnr. Kl'l K;iy Kysn'a I'c.llc-s.- nl' M'.j.-n.il KI-M«|O.KO ^ 'Hi I'll11 llniTis- IvI'Mi"—i;rr.-it M.nnpn.s n; Spinls. T.'iT. Torlny's Wur Commrnt n t A . 7 l.'i. ].o«ell Thomas. 7:30 to 8:00 p. in. \ LIlX—Si rinnl.y Aml.y. KK!—K.'ty KyctM's I'li'lt-:;.' of Mti:-".il Knowlrdco V.ih rir.l Kni-ri!.. KI'.MC --Lorn- UiinKiT. K:IMP to 8:80 p. m. Klin.-: — Wnl< li (ho \Vnihl Go H.v; f 1.".. I^um ami Abl'rr KKI — The Mum.- Mmp; S-1.1. lii.y MaviK.lc. KI'MO—.Ian Klnc: si.".. M'uliz Time. 8:«0 to ll:(l(l p. in. KI:I:N Mv Dosi i;r> '. Kl'l—E.'iit Ih, n.,i,.!. 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KP.MC—Boiike Carter; 015. Niunoa and 1'lin i's m the News. II:.'((> tn 10:110 n. in. KKHN—T1i"ill<fiiM at Siiidi's. KFI—Major H. K. Tnnii'i : !l.4n. MftKHXiiie I'iige; 9:45. Honny Mansfield. KPMC—Midlanrl. IT. H. A.; 9.15. Amaalnc Pennlfer I.ORHII. 10:00 tn 10:30 H. ni. KKRN—Tony Morse; 10:15, Jllue Corre«pon(Ientrt Abroad. KFI—Voii-o of n Katloti: 10:15, Peter de T-ima> ClosenpR. KP.MC—News; 10:16. .lack Borrh. 10::in (o 11:00 «. m. KKP.N—My True Story; JO.-65, Tho Aunl .Tuinema Show. KFI—Aunt Mary: 10:45. Art Raker. KPMC—Tips From Tibbelln; 10:45, American Woman's Jury. Wantahave fun? Wattta win money? Up to 550 in cash prizes . . . just for unspclling simple words! It's quizzy ... it's dizzy ... It's laffy . . . it's daffy ... SCRAMBY AMBY EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT 7:30 KERN LET "Things Worth While" Brighten Your Life KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY brighten Your Home flir linmr nl liuiility. 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WE'RE 0E1N6 B/ KED RYDER Bat Gels the Dope By FRED HARMAN COME- FINISH ^ EATING, LITTLE J BAT'3 MOT ANGRY 'CAUSE YOU SHOT ARROWiN. HIS HAT. NAVJ' R COFFEE,RED ITS ABOUT TlfAE. FOR YOUR. DOPED . COFFEE, BUT * ITTLE BEAVER KNOW , BETTER.'J ALLEY OOP What to Do? By V. T. HAML1N NOW we LEAVE THIS RIDICULOUS SITUATION RETURN TO THE TWENTIETH CENTUR* HIM... GOOD IMPRESSION. ,. aiB ... f ,,. M AND XX)T p/ IMPRESSION AlLSeT/ - RI&H , AVtOS. WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT IT OTHER THAN WHAT WEVt REAOV TEU - v °y ELBERT. OUR , NAB | L)rv / y 0 CONTACT OOOLA . HAS ME WORRIED/ I JUST KNOW SOMETHINSS GONE AWFULLV WRONS/

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