The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 2, 1944 · Page 8
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PROGRAMS ON THE AIR FOR WEEK END 8ATt'RHAY fi:00 to «i:30 p. m. KKRN—f:ill.«rt «- Sullivan Frsli\.il KI'MC—Clii<-HKO Theater. B:30 to 7:00 p. m. KKRN— SpolllBht Bands: 6..,;,. Cnronet Ouir Qip7.. KPMX 1 —Chi.-ati Tl:--itrr. 7:00 to 7:30 p. m. KKRN- Cuy Lnn ; |,i,nlu's' M-.,>. • *\ A lllr'Ui a ptis. KI'MC- i ;reat >|i>mi t\lp :n Sr"i"--: 7 Lou MorKan Trio; 7 15, Sinn Kenl,i 7:30 to 8:00 p. m. KKRN—KOTI-I Kot.lilers; 7.4... N. «s. KI'MC—Hod Rvdn. »:0(l tn 8:30 p. m. Ki;i!V— K.ii -ly AmriMMii liamv Mus KI'MC—Dowpl.ciit Drihy. 8:30 tn 11:00 p. m. Kl-;u.\--l.-lRnd M..WO: 8 •«:,. 1,'bO l'i MK? .-.in. KI'.Mi;—Limvnl.e.i: D"il>y. fl:0fl In !»:30 p. in. KI-:UN—S"ldiei« W,ih Wmo. '.' I15. i M Kan Inlerturi' 1 . KI'.MC—Ni-w>: :i 15. Mailh.1 'Ii!i H. !):30 In 10:00 p. m. KKIIN — KIIII;-* AmliHssHdoi-y. KPMC—.^hady Valley Hum Pmi-r; 8:45. .\>H-S. 10:00 to 10:30 p. m. KKRN—Mime l\v Cill. KI'MC—Hi an lludi-on'x i tr, lj.-^ • n- I' 1 15. Carmen (."a va iiei n ,^ iiiiti'-'-ti lll::;tl tn 11:00 p. m. KKRN—Freddy Mai I in. KI'MC—lins ArnlieiM s On h->li .. 11:00 tn 11:30 p. in. KKFIN— This Mi.vmis Woild: 11:15, Hi'iirv KIIIK. KI'MC—Niws, 11-115. .^olirl Si-'Kl n'. 1 1:30 tn l:.*:<m Miilnitlu KI-'.ltN—Many .Imn.-B 1 i >r( hf-i • ;. . ll:5. r ,, X.w-.. KI'.MC—FlMllB HiKh. M XDAY VOO lii ':'.»> H. m. KT.MC—Kchors Inr Vi. |." j. 7:30 tn H:00 a. m. KKKN—CI.HPXI •rrunn»t M":H KI'.MC—lOi lioe K for Yi t"i>. 8:00 In H::tll 11. in. KKRN-- rhapfl • >(' Mi" A KI'MC— U rslr-y KiinVi I ,i , n i .,8:3(1 tn (1:110 n. in. KKIIN —Hi'lN of J.i|..',i>. KI'MC— \"I,,, .' of l-ii'i'l,.-. > !l:lin In !>::<ll n. in. KKIIN—riMji-i-h by H" -"'I' "f t!ie KI'.MC— Kailio fill'].' ci i^.-. 1>:30 to 111:1111 a. m. KKHN—ron.-crt M IM-..II in < ^. KI'.MC—LutlH-iHO II.mi. lll:tlll In 10:30 a. tn. KKRN — John H. K'lin.'i). I'..!.". Dni-tor S\v.'f tljiri'i. KJ'Mr—N.-WS, in.i:,. itinr.i.t.ic (.r lll::»l In 11 :llll a. in. KKKN — Sammy Kii\- •'•• 'l:in^''- Sercnnde; lu-',;i. l.clan.J h-'l'.uf. KP.MC—Hookey llnll. 11:110 In 11:1111 a. m. KKHN—ClKij'lam Jim. I . S. A. KI'.MC—Blind Con.-i n. 11 :3(l Id I'.':(!() NMOII KKHN—Ii. mcmhri. KI'.MC'—Hilly KoK'l:-' (in h.r.-lia. V::im lo IX:"M p. m. KI'.MC—Chapel Mom. 1^:1111 tn 1:011 |i. in. KKHX—Shane of Klin- KPMC—Kevir-umi; Si idi'j. 1:11(1 In 1-HI p. in. KKRN'—Purln t-ir 1'nUKli KI'MC—Olllt'ni ma .M^linli.-i-. l:Sfl In 2:00 P. m. KKRN—World "f SOUR. KP.MC—YOUIIK I'copl.'s Chun h of (bo Air. •1:00 (n IMW p. m. KKRN—Mnry Snsill Sliow. Kt'Mt;—I'eniei-osiiil H>.lmeMi Church. ^::«l In ,1:00 p. m. KKHN—Hot Copy. KPMC— Uum h of Christ. 3:0(1 lo 3-.3U p. m. KKHN—T'hik-o Snniiner Hour, to 4. KI'.MC—Churrh of Christ. '.ad. WAR CORRESPONDENT < Leland Stowe Presents a keen and concise commentary on the NEWS! 8:30 p. m. Saturday ITS A BLUE NETWORK PROGRAM "The Veteran and Labor" STATION KPMC TONIGHT 10:00 P. M. SPEAKER: Frank Harrison Commander, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Harold Brown Post No. MC8 KKKN K I'M I ' :<:.'<n to 4:00 p. m. feme' octal Church of Gnd. MlO to 4:80 p. m. -Tallin Matmcr oM-KiiKhiont'il R<n ivaj. 4:30 to 5:1)0 p. m. S"\ «--n 1>H>3 in a World :''-. -iiM-r»»hiunr>1 H<'\ ival. "i:IIO In A:30 p. m. -Yii'iiik- ]V(iplo'« lliiur. Siinshnif ( Ifwri?!. .•>:.in tn (i:IH) p. in. N*-^K; "«:1.". . I'ir\v t'<fl[*"n .|,i-» J'Hiil Trin; ,'j:4.'.. <.inlini>l Hf.illi-i. fi:0<) |n «::IO p. in. KI.KV .Ti-iB*-nM Journal; h:l.'>. chamber ,\' 11^ 1C SlM'IPt.V . • .^OIIKH nf Frr-crlotn ; 6 ir>, ury .Sttlulc. 6i;il) to 7 Mill p. m. ChHinlier .Mumf Sociriy; 6.45, y Kl(l4er. (iospol (ilcancrs. 7:00 to 7:3(1 p. m. T.L'c fif Kilrv. Cedlic ]'"o«lfi ; 7 l.'i. P>inrh r 'nif - 7::<ll lo 8:(M) p. m. Mnsir r<.v Sllll'lMV. Four S(|H:iro U'IHIT!. 8:01 to »:30 p. 111. flri'f-nf iclil i'hatir-1 ISeiVKe. Miisii-iil I'urtrnilH. llnrmony Iliill. 8:HO to 11:00 p. m. On ix KirlK. Tiinmlit lit llnaKy'ii. 11:00 lo »::<0 p. m. Don ill I no lira inn. NC«-H; !!:lf.. Klnc Cnlc Trin. !l::l(l tn 10:00 p. in. News: ii-4:>. Krnlily Alarlill fl l rrt . ;i.'i.". NO\VM Unman Arlvont in '•. KKKN liiuni K I'M' ' K i:U\ Kl'Mi' Ki.HN "-!•'.. K I'MC KKHN KI'.MC K KUN KI'.MC— KKIIN ' li i ho KI'.MC By MriS. ANN'B CADOT H'si thu now "tailored" rffwl — a knlllril HWrulcr willi V-ln-i-k, ilcop urnilnileH and 1-lni-h liHiiilniE "H thp only trim. Tin' waist- hand Is also done, in a simple knit-anil- purl effort. Swcali-r IH the t-latwlft typo of L-amiiUH wear \vhii-h \a fM-ccdlnuly haiul- siiiinj tldim in brilliant <-n!oi-8 or in navy hliic. It worku uii nuifkly and reiiuirrs DliJy D 'iiiiu-CM of IniKcriiiB yarn. Oraiul to w<'«r with Hliii'kn. 'ki inuils ns well a« willi sportM tikirts. To ohtaiii comtilrli' knillinK iiint rtn-tmns for tin- Slt-cvplc'ss Spnri.s .Swiilcr (I'attcrn !tli. 674:i) «i>nt 1fi iTnm in cnm. |dUB 1 i-iMit IIOKIIIKC. your name, iiddrpas and the nntti'rn niiinhi-r In Anm- Viiliol. The Hnk- nr^fielil r'nlifornian. 7liy .Mis«ion Htrecl. San Kranrisi-o. Business and Professional GUIDE Phone 7-7631 for Monthly Rilu ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Inciiinp 'I'm Mrrvlcr, Audit* N.T»t«m* llulldlni I'biine V-OS91 CHINESE HERBS T. LIM HKKH MI'I'M.IAI.INT STOMACH TROUBLE SPECIALISTS Iti'int'illi'B for All AllmrnU KK !•:«•• «'I)NNL'J/TATION •''iinncr llrrli Iniftnictui- <'nnt<m CnlU'Er. Oinfiiii China ucnLv-fiMiith unit K Ktrrrtx I'hnnr A-IVRA1 LAUNDRIES LAUNDRY SERVICE Laundry Nrrvlcr Unrir.-Mvri—Th»t l» Our Mrilto—'I'ci. Different 8i>rtlr« and /{irii l»r.» denning CITIZENS LAUNDRY Sixteenth ..n«l I) Street* I'honr 8-K401 LET "Things Worth WhOe" Brighten Your Life KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY Brighten Your Home •Hif Home of duality. Style and lli'iiuty In furniture 625 Nineteenth Street Phone 4-4711 THE STANDARD HOUR from Hollywood Bowl every Sunday Night at 8:3O KFI-KMJ ^> ^ Lot Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra Olr«ct*4 by MORTON GOULD American Composer and Conductor STANDARD OF CALIFORNIA 10:00 (n 10:30 p. m. KKRN'—Virlnry Ilnnr. KP.MO—OW-FR«hloni>f| HevivHl. KI::iO to 11:00 p. m. KKK.V—Virif.ry Hour. KI'MC—o'rl-Kafhlonod Tlcvlvxl. 11:00 lit 11:30 p. m. K KUN — TVd Wrcms' Orchestra. KI'.Mi. 1 —I'ei-ry R. Crawford. ll::«i to I 1 !Kin Midnight KKI!\-• Hi-Mice I" lln-amland. KI'.Mi —Silver .Not-turni-. MONDAY 6:00 tn 6:.'10 *. m. KKRV —.Mllth n nd Madn-'.-s; fiMTj, National ]-';u m nml llonv- Hnui. Ii::l0 lo 7:00 ». in. KKRN — Nulinnal Ka i-ni anil Home Hour; KM,, .Mupii-al llevville. KI'.Mi: —.\cwn-. 7:K,. .MHodn-s (if Today. 7:30 lo H:00 R. m. KKIIN' —.Jaini-H Atii-r. observe*; 7 43. A r I..in" Trin. Ki'Mi'—Top Tiinm: T.IO. Weill's NP\VB; 7 K,, .\>\vp. H:00 In 8::in n. m. KKH.V—Klci'lwood I.AVMon; i 1.".. Vntoiy .Marr-hr'B. KI'Mi.: — Shady Valley Folk*. H:HO to (1:00 a. m. KKIIV—nrrakfaRt fT.ih. KI'MC—,«l«" ml T:ilk; SI.".. In V'.iir -Neighborhood; SiTi.'.. ("ha i-lotto Droltle. !):00 to lt::ifl a. m. KKliN —Ni-wd of Iho Win-Ill: !l 10. I.otill Nnus; !l-i;,. Tin' Women's I'nlti'. KI'.Mi;—llniikc l.'nili'r; !l:l.'i, Nimios anil I'liH-i'H in tin? Nrw.s. II-..10 (n 10:00 a. m. KKIIN' — Hfi-akriiBl :tt Sard l n. KI J .MC--.MIdland. P. S A ; '.IK,. Amnztm; Jennifer I.UKftn 10:011 to 10:30 a. in. K KltN'—-Tony MorHc; Hi 15. clamourous Vi-wlr.rdiiyH in Old California. ]i|-':u. .Mnnlr. KI'.Mi;— N'I-WS. I0:i:,. Jlii-k Ilerch. 10:30 tn 11:00 H. m. KKIIN —!My Trui' Sim-y; HI..',5. Thi- Aunt .li-nuiTia .Show. KI'.Mi' -TIILS rmm Til.l.cl In; 10.10. Amrrk-nn Woman's Jury. 11:00 to 11:30 ». in. KKHN --itiilikliiiRn Talking; 11 15. Island MelodK-R. KI'.MC — Odds Rlld Knds From New liri r> M; 1 1 :lf,. Wiilt/. Tim.'. 11:30 to 12:00 Noon KKUX— itlamour .Manor. KP.MC-- Norman CInutier: .11:45. K'-'Ilnf-B" AlUHiral Library. 12:00 to 12:30 p. m. KKHX—»w« of this World: i: 10, l.'i'Hl NV»s; 12:15, Hollywood Star Time. KT'MC —N.'ws; JIlIS. Noon T.ni'j Nork OlllH. 1'!:30 to 1:00 p. m. KKFIN' — notwi'il the LillfN; 1":!."., Ki<"iinn'« Corner. KI'.Mi'—Country I lommrnlator; l-:3<>, Skyline Serenade. 1:00 lo 1:30 n. m. KKIl.V—Snrn Hayes: 1:1.'.. H..II Nithulfl. KI'Mi'—Wnlter Cornplon; 1:15. (»I"'n Hnust-. 1:30 In U:00 p. in. KKK.V—Tim« Views Hie News; l.)5. Hilddy TWIBH: 1:50, News. KI'.MC—Music for a 1-lalf Hour. 3:00 to 2:30 p. in. KKIl.V—When a riirl Marries; S.ir., Wf LOVH and I.parti. KI'Mi"—Kin-en nnd I'lm-p" in the News; ;:!">. Mutiny on the Hish Si?as. 2:30 lo 3:00 p. m. KKIf.V—Whnl'M Doln' I.adir*V KI'MC—Lout Knipire; J:45. Kasv Khythm. 3:00 to 3:30 p. m. KI-:ilN--Appi)inlmiMit With I.'fr. KP.MC—Unffin Reporting; 3.15. Symphonic Swing. 3:30 to 4:00 p. m. KKIIN — Kth"l and Albert: 3:45. Hlind Trouhadore. KI'.Mi'—Muslr-al Mutineer 3:45, JohriHou Family. 4:00 to 4:30 p. m. KKIIN—Voice of the Almy; 4:15. Bill" Milliner. Kl'.Ml'—Pulton Lewis. Jr.; 4 15. Heal Life Stories. 4:30 to 5:00 p. in. KKHN — Andy and Virmnm: 115. News of the World: 4:55. Loi.-al News. KI'MC—Korld's Front I J age; 4.45. rtomam n.i. fi:00 to 5:30 pi m. Kr.HN —T(;rry limj thu I'nuliv: :.:!.",. Dirk Trni-y. KI'.MC - Chi'-k Ciirti'r; 5.15. Superman. ri:30 tn (1:00 p. in. Kl:it\ — Jai'k ArinstroiiB; r. 15. ll'ilt Hiininrui. KI'.Mi •—Advpiitures of Tom M,x; f..4j. NiKlit New« Wire. THIS CURIOUS WORLD J3y WILLIAM FERGUSON ...TODAY THE PITCHING DISTANCE IS OLD-TIME BASEBALL. PITCHERS STOOD ONLY HOME PL ATE. COPR. 1M4 B? NtA 5ERVICC. INC. T. M. REG. U. 8. PAT. OFF. %JM^ AAAN HAS DOMESTICATED ONLY rtvo /A«fir/x.. BEES AND SILKMOTHS/ 'IF YOUR WATCH NEEDED REPAIRS WOULD YOU TAKE IT TO A STI6MATIST, A SATURATOR,, OR A HOROLO&IST 9 OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS ANSWER: A hornlo(tii,t. THESE WOMEN I?y d'ALESSIO "I mint he Koine crrt/.v—1 keen thinking I'd like to he hack in I latlnihh:' FUNNX BUSINESS By HEUSHBERGEB lues* It'" • sanr eonilnc hark from n fUliine Irliil" U. S. PRESIDENTS AND THEIR WIVES ThiM diHtinctivo 48-paKP lllilKtnitod tmoKlel KIVCS out i'iil\ tho cKst'iiluil lus- tnrual fui'iH iuiU'«rnlnK every I'residont 11-0111 \V,ishiiiKi,,n ti, Kninklin D. /:i.o«i-- M'lt, and every White Houae hu»ti.'», uul oflem a coiulciiBcd iiolilkal hmlor.v ot the I'niH'd Siulos. The tHhleH eU'e Iho popular and ok-rtonil voti'H for ^^^'|•y tM-psidential ol'-i'lmn. Many nf tlu* pictures are reprndurtimiH nf offinat \\'hue Him*? tilmtuKniiihs. All mdispeiiHalile rofcrenre booklet for every home lihi-ai-v. Polilil.v interest un; na the national campaittn appruacliuH. Send for your i upy today; ]i>c poutpuid. -— L'so Thia Coution The Bnkrrufli'ld C'aliCornlun Information Kuieuu, 316 Eye Street, N. K., Wmtlilnvtnn ", i). 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SHE'LL BE WELL ON TME ROAD TO A CARFER IN TH£ MOVIES ... FOE. THIS REASON SHF BELIEVES swe SMOULD BE V so THAT'S WHATS BEHIND ALLTMIS,EM? --•AND so, IF YOU MUST" KNOW, I EXPECT MV PICTURE To APPE^AR IN GAZE/ VeS, AND WHEtJ I BECOME DON'T 6r . A TOVVERS MODEL , I'LL /TOO SURF/ PROBABLY POSE FOR EXOTIC PERFUME ADS / By MERRILL BLOSSKIt „ YOU MAV FIND YOURSELF IN AN AD THAT READS "SNIP THOSE STU8BOW CORNS WI SNAPPY J A WET BLANKET/ -^ \ fc "g ICCOP" 1»«« BY Nt<U ^3 WASH TUBBS Thanks AAFTAC! QUITE A CONTRAST TO RECENT RETURNS FROM MU5HIRO, COLONEL! CREDIT FOR TODAY'S- CHORE 6ELOM66 TO *.AFTAC, LIKE YOU HIT THE DIPA0AN6-UP JOB OF ACCORDIM6 TO WHtTCCMe'5 RAPIO, 105SE$OM THE MISSION... PLBMTV OF HIT6 IM THE ... AND EWEMV DESTROVEPi PLANNIN6 OUR TACTICS AMP WOBKIUtiOUT THOSE SAC>6Br5..,ftLLWEPlDWAS FOLLOW By LESLIR TURNER W POUST IF THE JAPS WILL RISK USIN6 | THEIR TRICK SOMBA6AIN,&UH... I ONLY WISH THOSE FELLAS ON THE AlR POPCESBOARO COULD HAVE BEEN THERE TO SEE THE FftjlSH RED KVDKR The Bis Moment IF YOU STAY ims Rou^4D YOU wirt 1000 HERE CDMES'TH' TEMTH ROUI^D.' By FRED HARMAN Or^X HIS AS /AOOS PLANTS HlrASELF FOR A FOUL BLOVO.' IM9TILU SLEEPY,VSHUT WOrJDER WHILE FINISHING 0?F RYDER ALLEY OOP Good Hunting By V. T. HAMLIN r WELL, PER CATSAKE. LOOKiT THAT.' SOME POPE'S SOT xmy$)9y*w WSPMBBOPV M is iw TROUBLE SWELL BREAK POR US THAT'S JUST ABOUT TH 1 BEST HIMSELF TREED BY A WUZUP.' AROUNJD ON LESS' STEAPV DOES ALCEADV SLAB ^ «.•

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