The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 1, 1944 · Page 10
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10 Fridoy, September 1, 1944 Sakerrifclb CalttertiUm AIR PROGRAMS 1 KUIAV ti:00 In li::il> p. m. KKRN'—News; f.lo, Snnss by Lmn Pnyn«. KK1—Walt* Turn. Kl'Mr—Gain ml llpuilcr; 6:1G, Sirfrn Tost. «:30 to 7:0fl p. in. KKUN—'••pi.tiiishl Bund*, i.,.:., c,in.net Slory Trllor. KFl—feorle Are Funny. KTMC—Double or NnthniK. 7:00 to 7:HO p. m. KKI1N— Karl Cndvin, 7:lf>. Tn] Malmie. KFI— Ho»tnn Blii'ku. KI'.Ml"—ilirat MnnicnlB in Si>nrt»: 7.U7, Tndav'H \Vur <'nmmrmai y ; T.li, Lowell Thomas. 7:30 to 8:00 p. m. KliK.V—Blnmlio KFI—Sports Newsrrol; 7:4.'i. LJll'hagen and K'nys. KI'.MC— I.one nans.-!. K.-OO lo K::t(l p. m. KHUN—\Vai.h thi> \V,nl<i Co H> . \ !.,. f'arktr Kiimily KF1—Tlie .Music .Shop; (i.ir.. Roy Mavpd!<-. KP.MG—.Inn Kinu: « !:•. Waltz Tune R:.'tO In 0:11(1 p. ni. KKKN—ManK Hunti rs. KK1—Tho Till.i Man. Kl'MC—WfiHl's thn Nanir of Thai SvTiC .' IIKIO tn I)-..til p. m. KKUN— Mri-t Vtmr N'avj. KFI — Furlough Kim. KPMC—.Newt.. !i:la. Oi-il m-own. !>:SO lo 10:0(1 p. m. KKUN—Henry .1. Taylor; l".4.i. l.pi'g Illinrr. KFI—Joan Pa vis urn! Jack Hull" KFMC—Fulton J,o\vif, .11 . !< 4.',, .\,.u.-*. 10:00 In lOtfO p. tn. KKR.N—-Hal T:iburin f ir< he*l i •:,. KFI—The Itpportor; 1<l:l», I.UH ..nsclrs Mrn in Scrvirp Kl'MC—Slnfonietla 10:30 lo 11:00 p. in KKUN— Freddy Mn run. KFI—Inside tho. NPWK; 10.4i> Ta.loi- Made Melon'ipB. Kr.MC—Carmen Cavalle.ro's OnliPHliH. 11:0(1 to 11:10 p. in. KKRN—This Moving World; II 1J. Htinry Klntt's OrchoHlra. KFI— K| ( .vpnth ll.iur .News; 11 i:,. I'oht Parade; 11:20. I'cler etc Lima KPMC-—.News; ll:0, r >. Knlld Scrulni'. 11:30 lo l-i:OC MldnlglK KKRN—Tod WfemB' Ori'lievlin 1! ,:>, News. KFI—Tod \Veernn; 11 .'.„. M'lfual Kncoi PH. Kl'MC—Silver Niii-iiiriii< SATI'KIMV (1:0(1 (d(l;:i(l p. m. KERN"—HhMhin for saiumaj. «::<(! to 7:00 II. m. KICHN—Freedom on Ihp I.a nil Forever; 6:45. MliHlcnl llevpille KFI—Clinrk Wacon .lanihnrr, KPMC—MuBiral Clock; (i..,:,, On tho l-'arm. 7:00 to 7:.'lfl a. m. KKRN—NewB; 7-lii, Ma run AKidnsUy. KK1—Today in Hie NPH-H, T.ii Fleetwood l^awton. KPMC—.New*; 7:1,1. Moluilios of Toduy. 7:30 to 8;(IO a. in. KKRN—NeWH ('oinliientui y; 7 4."i, Rhyllim Ranch Piils. K>'I—March to Vieioiy; 7 1*1. Sam HayCH. KPMC—Ton Tunrs; 7.<o. U'rill'i News; 7:45, NewR. 8:00 to H:i10 a. in. KKUN—Kleelwonrl Lawlon, h.15. Victory Mai'i.hcs. KFI—K. f .Jnmhori'c KPMC—Ramhow HOIIKC- K::io to 11:0(1 a. m. KKRN—RioakfaM Chili. KFI— Melody Itoliiidm. KPMC:—Kail] how Holier. l):00 to U:3II 8. m. KERN—News of (ho World; 9:10, Local News; SMS, 10-:'-4 Itaiu-h. KFI-—News rfcriod; P;l.'>. ConBumor Tirno. KPMC—Poet or Ma I thews. Back on the Air .i. The Cowboy Troubadour Heard Saturday Evenings 5:30 o'Clock ON STATION KPMC 1560 on Your Dial fl::tn la I<1:IK) R. m . K ^;R.^"--'lo t'p announce/). KFI— A IPX Drier; 9:(5, l,ns AnK'lon I'liunt.v Mxliial ARBurlatinn Talk. KP.MC— HHIi> Morn. 10:1(0 to I0:»0 n. m. Kl-:RN —R«pnrt From London; 10:13, • 'ollinn ^'alltns. KFI —.\tlvcnturo Ahoad. Kl'MC—News; 10:15, Al Villiams. 10:30 to 11:00 ». m. KK!!N—What's Cookin'; 10:io, Organ :,.I(M IlKlc. Kl-'l— llfie'8 Babe Rulh; 10:<5, \Vur 'IVlpHcoiie Kl'.M"'—Tip* From Tibhetla: 10:45, l.uiii heon With Lopez. 11:00 to 11:30 ». m. K'KI!\—Radio Kids Blhln Club. K I'l-—opportunity Theater. KI'.M' 1 —Krnnt 1'ugR Drama; lf:15, I.MIII -McIntyre'B OrrhontiH. 11:;(0 t« 12:00 Noon KI:K\—Fannio Hiirn. K I I — Here ComoH the Hand. Kl'MC—CieorKi! Slerney'n On-hcslra. 13:00 to 12:30 p. m. Ki:i:.\—Twenty-one Htnrn. M'l— Noon Farm Reporter: K'.IS, .M'lietrel Mclodlov. Kl'MC—Xew«; 12:lfi. This In Hallornn. I2:»0 lo 1:00 p. m. KliKN — l-jddie Condon's .fax/. CoiHPit. Kl-'l—Kinllln' Kd MrConncll. Kl'MC—Boli HlroiiK'fl iirchi-Mlra. 1:00 to I:HO p. m. KKR.N—SHlurrtay Review !\Vih HorHce ]-loif11. KFI—Rupert Hughes; 1:15. Hiubara and I he Boys. Kl'MC—Bub Klrung'H OnhfMm; 1 l.'j. Air Lane Trio. l:.10 lo 3:00 p. m. KKRN—Saturday Review lli.rar... Ilp.ijt. KFI—The HaniloKa Cup; 1:45. Rhythm Worknhop. KPMC—Races; 1:4.',. <;arwot>d Van's Orchextra. 3:00 to 3::iO p. m. KKRN—Saturday Coneei I. KFI — Your Amork'a. Kl'MC—Navy Bulletin Uourrl. :::.'10 lo H:00 p. m. KIOKN—Saturday Cunc-eit; ^ I,",. Hi'llo. Hwectheai-t ! ' KFI - — Phil Dnrry Quintet; 2.in. MiiHlc Itooni. Kl'MC—],er! CaKlle'M (In -hem i a. 3:00 to .'I::t0 p. in. KKUN—Service Kemiucle; :i:l,"i. Hurry Wiainer. KF! — Veiic'tnhlcH lur Viiliiry: '.',, 1,'. I Silfltiiln WIMBS. Kl'MC—Halls of Mnntezinna. I)::! (lln 4:00 n. in. KKR.N —Sloryliind Theater. 3.45, Tlin ('out uiriii n ]. Kl-'l—Curt .Mu.sM-y and C(iMi;iiin.v; .11".. Arl nf I.IVIIIK. Kl'MC—ThltlBH Worlh While; 3.43. Hawaii CallH. 4:00 lo 4::iO p. in. KKRN— Hlile Cnrrr-spoiidinl*. Aliroail: 1.1 ;'• TruiiH-AI him ic yuix. KFI —They Call Me .Toe Kl'MC—American KaBle Cluli. 4:.'IO lo 5:00 p. m. KKI'!.N--Sez You. Kl-'l—N'fiiili Wehster S;i>» Kl'MC—Flylnt; HiRh. 5:00 Id n.-SO n. m. KI-MtN—I'reddy Marlm'.H (M'heslirt. Kl-'l—^tusit: Candidates; !):l,'i, Ne\v« Period. Kl'MC—News: !i:l.V .lunsle Jim. ri::lt) |» (1:00 n. m. K.KR.N—Oillirrl «.- Sullivan Festival. KFI—Triilt'lr Trlhunal; 6:4;,. I.,f)uls l.ot-hner. Kl'MC—Cnwhuy Troubailor; 5:4u. Night ' H.V MILS. AN.NK CAHOT (_'olor-ful luff jiansles—3 Inchr-s atross—• done in »liude« of |iu:-ple, lavender, pale >ellow and a touch of lipntick led make HCunnmK dosluns on Irousneati linen plllnw- caHefl. hund lowelH or on pale green, lavender or yellow tea rlolliH. Deslcn is completely worked in rriWH-Ktitch so that even an arnnleur embroiderer ean't help but have them turn out beautifully. A Brand! lilft Hem! To obtain transfer designs for two pillowcases, color chart for working, amounts of materlalH specified for the pansy de- wiltnn (Pattern No. &H95) send IS cents in coin, plus 1 cent postage, your name, address and the pattern number to Anne Calmt. The HakersfleUt rnlifornlan, 70!i Mission Mreet, San Franrisco .1. Til Hill l 1 ^^ i mrnj" Don't Miss! Aunt Jemima Show 10:55 A. M. Coronet Story- Teller 6:55 P. M. Between the Lines 12:30 P. M. Time Views the News 1 :.'iO P. M. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief- Banker rich beyond belief ~ Baker, butcher, prince or peer" All agree on REGAl'BEEB •Pak tt<* AMIES. WPMNO CO «,"•'IWtUX) CAlmSNIA to I'm tinm l'n»»1» ACTRESS HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured actross, Marjone 7 Despised 11 Native metal 12 Fish eggs 13 Fall behind 14 Viiginia (ab.) 15 Tantalum (symbol) 16 Illegal 18 Males 19 Friend 20 Dine 21 Conflict 22 480 sheeU 24 Damp stop 25 Possessed 27 In.sects 29 Exist 3d And (Lntiri) 32 She is a'film 3fi Tabulation 38 Frozen watci 39 Male animal 40 Before 41 Vegetable 44 Lock opene) 45 Evening before 46 Flag ^ 48 Father 50 Palm lily 51 Light brown 52 Three (comb form) f>3 Help 54 Permit 55 She appears in motion — *~ VERTICAL 1 Decay 2 Age 3 Biblical pronoun 4 Verbal 5 Inferior 6 Take out 7 Possesses 8 Silver (symbol) 9 Always 10 Mr.n's name 13 Landing ship lank (ab ) l(i Limping 17 Each (ab ) 18 Part of ship 19 Kitchen utensil 21 Pale 22 Steal 23 Female shetp 24 Piece 26 Challenge 28 Vend 31 Telegraph (ab ) 33 Weary 34 High card 3fj Aid 37 Pmcha.se 40 Bad 41 Writing tool 42 Malt an ern 43 Against 44 Glow togethei 45 Greek letter 46 Dug's loot, 47 P.ii 1 of tn tie 48 Pastry 49 Paid notices 51 TO'A a i <l 53 Mea.suie uf a i ea 15 25 IT t5 36 51 IZ 4fc 55 Ml 5Z *1 55 6 *<• 3T 18 31 55 30 46 41 THIS CL'RIOL'S WORLD By WILLIAM FKHGUSON ARMOR PLATE AAADE ItS FIRST APPEARANCE INI AIRPLANES WHEN PILOTS' IN THE LAST WORLD WAR SAT ON YOU DON'T PULL WEEDS OUTBYTHE 1 ROOTS, BUT BY THE J. LA MOREUX, ARE MORE THAN FtV£ M/t-ES IN LENJ6TH. COPR. 1944 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. . m j OUT OCR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS THESE WOMEN By d'ALESSIO "Suri 1 , bit re, (rll ynur Mot hi 1 r 1» com* 1 fur n Hire tlnui to etui all thU stuff HM.V\MI>!" it's ALLEY OOP Ah. Then;! WELL, MA.YBE VOL GOT SOMETHING, &OIM& IMTO PREHISTORIC MC HELP TO RESCUE OOF OOOLA ...BUT IT STILL H.V V. T. HAMLJN QND so DR. BROMSOW HURTLES BACK THROU&H COUNTLESS CEMTUBES 7;15 P.M. LOWELL THOMAS NEWS TIME DON LEE-MUTUAL StMtordofCilifomix Business and Professional GUIDE PNoiM 7-7811 lor Monthly Ratu ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W, CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Income T»i ttarvlet, AudlU. 8»«tfm» 20S-2IMI Prnfe»»lonnl Hnllrilni IMlolie U-SSHI CHINESE HERBS T, LIM HKRB STOMACH TROUBLI SPIOIALISTS iUmedlck far All AUmrnU KKKV CONHL'LTATIUN ' Foimtr Hcrli Initructar anton Callrat. Canton, China Twentjr-foiirth ami K Btntti Pkim« 8-MS1 LAUNDRIES UUNDRY SERVICE .ruW;^'^mv.v ar Zorln tort Clranln* BITIZENS LAUNDRY flUtctntk and U SI mil Phone H-llttl WHEW/ CLBERTS RISHTJ I &ETTIM& OLP... EVEI^Y T/ME I CbO WHIELIMG THROUGH TIME, I COME .. - . OUT PEELING y(CY\ S I w-*** ? co>«''i'J44 »v m« stoict me ^ M mo u. a. m. OFF. P- l' A HUWTIW KMIFE OUT OF AW OLD FILE.HEV? WHV, THAT 7HIWG'S BIG EMOUGH TO HARPOOKJ AM ELEPHAWT--WHO HUMTS AKJV MOR£--AMP WHAT? MOW IF IT WAS A USEFUL PANCAKE LIFTER ER SUMPIM, I MIGHT MOT YELL SO LOUD/ IK) SCHOOL BEHIMD NAY BOOKS I SHOULP HAVE BEEN KMITTIM' DOILIES FOR V MOTHER-BUT MO, I WAS MAKlW PAPER. PIGS AM' NAATCHSTICK NAEM/ AIOYTHIMG > USEFUL, \<=> WORK--IF A KID HADDA MAKE PAPER BEAK) SHOOTERS IM SCHOOL, HE'P HIS LESSONS/ OUR BOARDING HOUSR TVlth MAJOR HOOPLB DEW*. SOUR. E66 DISCOV/EREO TO BE , SOT 600D ^>^| x* B&& \MA<3 ALL VOOOL AND A, VARD \M10E, AFTER ALL! .' THIS ME HORRIBLY/ AW WERE. I ANA. ALO^E/NWlTrA ALL THIS MOMEY-~ULP/ ALL MOT A .... \NH EMCLOSIM6 CHECVd FOR....." fe'S MORE SURPRISED VOE THE (iUiMl'S Manhunt By GUS EDSON WONPER WHAT OR WHO THAT WAS WOOSHINKS- PAST ME-THERE'S HAWK'S ROOST/ FATE WAS WITH ME-I STUMBLEP ON THE RI6HT PATH - THATPIfVSLIfiHTIN THE CELLAR.' THE SHAPOVYOFAMAN AT THE OPEN WINPOW! SO THAT'S WHAT PASSEPME THE CELLAR LIGHT \NENT OUT! BUT LIVING ROOM IS BRISHTLV LIT EVERYTHING MINI! MM*"' GASOLINE ALLEY Don't Ask By KING THAT'S SWELL, A CKANP IOEA? YOU'LL BS KSLEASlUG A MAN FOX ACTIVE PUTV AND SERVING YOUR COUNTRY SBSIPSS. HSKE'S A LOT Of MATeeWL OM THE A'^veS, AN )-• APPLICATION SLAM< ANP eveevTHiNC. NINJA, Af?e vou THIN<INC OP JOINING UP! I'VE SEEM LOOKING INTO IT, UNCLE WALT. BUT VOLTD TS/AVR, MA<£ FKISNPS AMP HAVE A CHAMCc POK SPECIAL 9TUP/ES: ! WHY YOU SIGNING UP? WALT,. PONT BE SO . NOSEY; IF NINA WANTS TO CHANGE HE/5 MINP * ROOTS AND HER RUDDIES He Gets Around By EDGAR MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WHAT'S I SEARCH ME=.' SHE GOES AROUND IM A FOG OVER. ) AND I'M GONNA FIND HILDA, L [ OUT WHY / WOMDER ? ' The Fall Guy ARENT YOU EVEN GOING To COOK 1 THOSe THE POT ROAST ^/THINGS 1. BROUGHT HOME •? /—T'' 6ENBATM ME NOW/ By MERRILL BLOSSEll - V V : >: 1 I DON'T KNOW WHAT'S RESPONSIBLE i FOR THIS NONSENSE 1 , BUT I'M GOING TO ' I TRACK DOWN EVERY POSSIBLE CLUE — AND ELIMINATE IT/ J GOSM , MR.GRUBBLE, SOMETIMES VOU'RE TERRIBLY, IMPULSIVE/ WASH IT! UBS ON TOKIO, PEKI eilNASAKI, INVENTOR OF THE JAP RAOI0-PIRECTEP BOMB, HAS JUST 8ECEIVEPAMEPAL Paradise Lost By LESLIE TURNER YOUR INVENTION WILL SAVE US FROM JHE B0M6S OP WNKEE eARSARIANS.' JAPAN IS AT V0UR FEET* WHAT IS THtS ? ^ AMERICANS HAVE OUT- WITTEP VOUR SUPER BOMB: otw SIJUAPROW AT MUSHIRO HAS SEEM BLASTED TO BITS.' wny.yoU— YOU HAVE 'THEEMPER0R.' V RED RVDER You Did! By FRED BARMAN THE SEVENTH ROUND flND AROUSE GROGGY A^D RED TRYING FOR A KNOCKQUT BLOVJ-'j VOHT DCW HE FOLD UP.' THOSE PILLS GOTTA. TAKE EFFECT, OR 1>\ SUNK •' HURRY, BAT/ GET INTO TH16 CO\^60Y DISGUISE BEFORE TH'TICKET r\ON£Y IS PAMKED- HOLD EVERYTHING "l.i«lrn-«(u>i run your «»r, I'll inn mint'!" HICK. ItlMiKKS. TWKNTi'-FIFTH CENTLKV. A. D. The Lost Scientist WHAT'S AND WHAT A DEATW /1 CAN'T By LIEUTENANT DIOK CALKINS HUETR MADE: AW, , PLA«3TIC MAN /\ FORGOT TO PUTj \NTMEBRAIN] EQU\PMENT/ BOTH MUER ANOi H\S MONSTER HAVE VANISHED.'

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