The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 5, 1944 · Page 12
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12 Tuesday, September 5, 1944 Cfre jtahergflclb Calitornian AIR PROGRAMS Don Ler-Miittml \ptnnrk — KI'MT. KHJ, KFKC. h<,lt. KDB. KIHtN. KFX.M. k\(IK. KM). Blue Nelwnrk—KKR-N, KWi. KFRK. K(HI. KK( A. Coliimhln HroAdrnslinir S»if>m—KN\. KROV. KSU. K1X.M. National Urimd,nsling Cnmnnnr—K.M.I, KFI. KPO. (Tlipsc schrHjuloc rrirrne-l ur In p-»v t:me tndav ; nor re>i'0n-!l>h !nr t 'I,an*:es [imMp n(-oj>- l.nrj t)v prpcrani r.hntjfirs. I TTKMIAY fi:(IO In 0::ifl p. in. KKI '-l.M\..!rrv Thr-H'T. KI'MC—Gabnol Heulttr. f IS. Scrcr. 6:30 lo ".:(>() p. m. Kr.H.S'—Spot light Band;. 6.:,.'.. C'oror.'.t Sin: v 1>1 ]nr. KKI— W,,itls at War, KI'Mr—Labor Count:!, f 45. L.Min :i •„• Live. 7:00 to ':30 p. m. KKUN— U-jynv'nd i^ram t;w:np. ' 1.".. O' (-! ^c Hirkw Kppni i ms K I-'I — i 'b;t i ioi to <; i rt n v^nod. KI'Mr—t;rr»it Moment" in Sr^i'.^ ~ i; T'xlay's \V;tr rommentaiv. 7 K. Lowi.il Thnmris. 7:3(1 to 8:0tl p. m. Kn —Kali uh ii...'.n: «'iii H.!I!- - >••:•KI'.MC l.,n K;ni;. 7 i;,. V\ -,!!;• T i •,.• H:(lll (ii 8::lll p. m. KKU.V—Wau-li (he \Voi 1,1 i;,. l:., , .Si.'.. I.uni am! AluuT KIT—Thf' Music Shop; S r p.r-y _ Mavpolr. IvI'M C—(_V,unt of Monie 0"; >•;•• 8::«> In !I:IM) p. in. KKR.X — \n \V:t Cmirt. K (-"I—.Johnny I'rpspiils llMnu ^ '1,11.^. Ki'JIC—Krr'i-<li,in of opm.j nm :. . 11:00 to U:3(l p. in. KF'.n.N"—Cluh Onnd Chvrr. Kl-'l — LIvci yihuiK for th-- l'< • • KI'JIC—New;-; »:i:,. lii'X M .,:. !l::iil In ]0:(IH n 11: KKIIN— Urin y J. Tii>i, !• I,. Ln'» K!'! — DmvnM.-ipp Cf-nl' : KI'.MC—FulKin Lew>. J i . '.• l ,. 1(1:011 to I0::ill p. in. KKHN —Hal Tiil.arin (>:• L.M'.I 'KI-'I—I'lio ll.ii.irlf, . 1" i . i'!,.,| MUM,. KI'.M''— Hill MtC'in,. s MI i.. .•• , . Oh fmp.'i l/;i\ ;i lit l <, s { ,. !!•-'!.: 10::{0 to II :(MI it m. KKP,.\»-KieiHy Mnrtn? < •• In • Kl-'l — Inside tin? .\.-n-i-. i' 1 I... ' Melody. KI'.MC—.|,,o M-ir>.:il.r> ("li- hii-l.'.i Air Lane Ti .n 1 I :(!(! In 11 ::!(! n. in. KKRX—This MI.MP,- Wfid. 11:1.-,, Hi nry K intr's ' )i - li":-f r :i. KFI — ICIcvonih ll-ni,- N , n -. 1! I r,. Urnry K^HK'F Hi)tnn,v M"'-i , •: • i.'-st i a. KI'MC— F. J!. \V,|: an,-, Il'i.i. Solid ll::i(l In I'.MIII Miilnichl KKRN—'I',-.] \\Hin-, an,I I! - i Jri hfbt ra ; KTl—Vrr| \\|..'ms; 111'. Miteic liy .Mr>r.-fr. KI'MC— Silvrr .%'.» l urn-. HKUNKSDAV (i:l)ll lo lir.'lll a. m. KERN—M:nh mid M.H|I,,-S»: C.1S. National l-'ann .-uid H»mr HdjJr. (i::i() I o 7:'lll n. m. KKRN- -.\IIIHI, al Iti-i-r-ilii : i',:4r,, National Kami and llnnn 1 Hour Kl-'J— i-hii-k Uiitr.n .Ininhorec. KI'.MC— Musical cioi-k. i, r,;,, on the Fa i in. 7:00 (n 7 :.•«> p. m. KI'.HX—News 7 1.",. .Maitin AKroneky. Kl-'l— Todav in ll», .\c\vs; 7:lfi l-'lnotu 1 l.imi'in Kl'.Mc"—XL-US: 7 I.',. Mclixl.ea of Today. Vniir '1.15. :< -ins of . 10:45. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT You Can't Do Business With Reaction! Listen to "LABOR VIEWS THE NEWS" TONIGHT 6:30 P. M. STATION KPMC 1 Sponsored by A. F. L. UNIONS OF I KERN COUNTY | ('oiiiini'iihilnr: J[ KAI.I'H RYAN Maiiaucr- Kdilor, L'nion Labor Journal 7:15 DON LEE-MUTUAL LOWELL THOMAS NEWS TIME Standard of California 7::iO In 8:00 a. in. •..- Al.l.e iJbseneB; 7.4j. iiiiifc: l'',st lit? Itoiindui,, ?.);>. Sam H:IM) in H::;o n. m. I:I:.~- - l :,.i Luuoil Lawtou, »:JO, ^•|Lloly M.,|,|,.-s : -li: ny Alurraj . S.l... T. Ij. i Ki .',:•' al;ai|y \lllloy Folk.H. K::IO to U:0(l u. in. u I .i: N I :i <-ak tas-t C!uh. h. I I :\i-«.s I'i'iiiiil; S.J.,. l.iavid ll.uniu. KI >!' lliiiipy .lui> anil Kali'li. ^ 1... » . ^ ,,,.n- XciKhlJorhu id. ft..,.) Cl.aiiMUc I i..••!,If. 9:00 to U:30 n. m Kl.liN—Ni'«» ot the \\oild. !> 1', Lui.al S.-U-": U li, Tin.. Wriineii s l-iiii,.. Ki 1—Xc\\i! J'eiiud; tl:0.i. 1-alWiiid .loi-Kenxnn. K:15. Limy Smith. KI'.M 1 ' — Uiiako OirtiM-. U:ll .Names and I'laces in the Nf\vw. H::tO to 10:11(1 n. in. Ki;UX—Rii!Uklu3t at SiinJi fc KKI—Major U. S. TiliTiei . !i.«n MaBa- ^ino 1'aue: 1*.4J. Ronnu; MmiHlield Kr.\H>-.\lidlunil. I.. V. A.; 'J 4j. The Amazing .k'linifer LuK'in •10:00 lo IO-.:tO a. m. KKH..X—Tony .Murni!. iO.lf. Glmiloimis Vi-HU-rday.4 in old Calilui nia . in _-u. To Ijc annfiuiuetl. KI''I — \oin.' i,t a Xnlion; 10:1S, I'elcr do Liina'K ('lospuits. Kl'iKJ—-Se«-», I'M.,, .lurk I'.c-rch. 10:30 til I1:OC u. m. KKKN'-Mv Trui< Sloi-y, Jll au The Aunt .Icniinta Hhou. Kl-'l —Ann'. Alary, In 4",, Art HuliiT. KI'.MC— l,nin hcini With 1.DP<•/. lu.lj. Ainerit-a'i Woman's Jui\. 11:00 (n 11:30 u m. KI-:i(N —liiiukliuuu Talkinu. 11.1.7. Lslund .Mt'Iodiufl Kl-'l—(JuiOing Llk'lil: 11:15 Todaj » Children. KI'.MC—Oil,In and Kniln Kiom New- bcn-y'i;' 11 la, \\'nltz Ticno. II :30 In 12:UO NIMIII K KHX—UlHlnour Manor. KKI — Women in White; 11 4.', Hymns. KI'.M'.'—.Norman UlouliiT: 11.4.,, Kcll >e« .Musi, nl Liliiao 12:00 lii l'J:3(l p. m. KF.itx—N"«-K or tin- win id. i:' in l.ociil Ni'WM. i: 1... Hollywood .-lar TIIIM>. Kl-'l- X'uon Farm H'potlfi. K' lit. Ma I'l-ikm.-. KI'.Mi • — .Nuws; KM,',. Xoon T me. .\ui_U Outs. I •;::>!> to 1 :00 p. m. Kl-:ii.\— llfl\M-i>n tin- l.ini'S. K.I.-,. Kicr- nan'H Ctfini'i. KKI — I'ci'lM r Vounu's Kamily. U':ir,. IliKht lo lliippnifst.. KI'.MC—Cciuntry commenlator . lJ:lfj. ^kylnifa S(?ii'na,le. 1 :00 In 1:30 p. in. KKILN—Sam lla.\r.-; l.i;,. II.,1, X,,hnls. Kl-'l — HatkMafj Wilt-; 1:1... Slilla liallah. KI'.MC — Wnltci- Compton, l-l.'i. AiniMica at War. 1:3(l lii :.':00 p. in. KKIt.N—TIIIII- Vn'WH Ihr X,ws; 1 I.',. John Corsfi , 1 :.-)ll, I-Jd\v:inl .l,,i v:i-naon. Kl-'l- Lon n/.o .lom-s,. I :•!.'•. Younc Wid,let- Hi-own. KI'.MC—Our A i my Services- Fortes. •J:00 to 2:;<o p. m. KKI1N — \\hen a C.nl .Mamus. LMJ. We Lo\-o and Lenin. KKI—When a linl Marries; L' 15. Wo Love and Lealli. KP.MC—Kai c« and Places in Mm News: IMi. Mutiny on the ||IK)I .Seas. -,'::10 III 3:00 p. in. KI-JIIN —Whal'K IHiin' I.allies Kr'l—.Insl Plain Jlill. r I... Kionl Paso l-'anell. KI'.Mi —Lost KmiHie; ^.l,",, l-Jasy JiliMlim. 3:00 In 3:30 p. m. KKKX—X'avy Reeruitim; I'lom-am. 3 15, Mill, llerlh Trio. KKl-Kuuil of Lile; 3.15. Star Playhouse. KI'MC—Oriffin Kenortmc; :!.15. Sym- phoriie K\\-inif. 3:30 lii 4:00 p. m. KEItX — Klhel and A Him; ^:L',. lilmd Ti ouhadour. Kl-'l -Vie and Katie; :t.4r,. \\'oii)en of Ameriea. KP.MC- -TliiiiKa Wcrlli While. 3.15. JohriKon J,'antil.v. 4:00 In 4:30 p. in. KKRN—Mil»ii- from Holly« noil. KKI — Doctor Kale; 4:1,,, New:, of the Win-Ill. KI'MC— Fulton l.C'WiM. Jr.; 4.15. Real Life .Stoi ii>y. 4:30 In 5:00 p. in. KK.HN — Andy and Virginia. -I i:,. News of tho \Vorld: 4;.-.. r ,. l.oeal Ne\\ s. KKI — Art Balcer'f Xntehook. KI'MC—Wm Id's From Pane. 4:45. To be announeed. r>:00 lo . r i:3l) p. in. KKRN-Tei ly and the Pirates, 5 15, Hick 'I'riiej. KFI—o. K. for Release; 6:15. Xe\\a Period. KI'.MC—Chi, k Carlei ; & K,. Superman. 5:30 lo (1:0(1 p. in. KKRN — .Turk AimMront, i..4f,. Hop I larrlKan. KKI- Alvm Wtlilrr: B 45. Louis Lo, hner. KI'.MC—Adveniute.H of Tom Mix; f, If,. Nlfiht News \\'nr. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT T U E S D A Y 6:3 TONIGHT! What About YOUR JOB After War Is Over? • Listen for Ihe Answers TONIGHT! FORUM OF THE AIR Coniluclcd hy C. J. HAGGERTY Sec. Slate Fed. Liihor also JOHN F. DALTON Slate Lahor ( (iiniiiissioiicr, uud Other Prominent Lalior Leaders 0 P. M. - KPMC THIS CLK1UL8 \\OKLI) liy WILLIAM FEKGUSO.N TOP OFF 7H£ MORNING reakfast at Sard's with Tom Breneman and 60 women breakfast guetti for 30 minute* of fun and frolic Monday Through Friday 9:30 A. M. PLIES TO SPEND JU5T FOURTEEN WEEKS AT ITS NESTINO 6ROUND5 IN THE ARCTIC...THEN FLIES ELEVEN THOUSAND MILES BACK TO THE ANTARCTIC. ALL. QUEEN BEES IN CHARGE OF HIVES ARE THE DRONE DIES AFfER. THE HONEVAAOONJ FLI&HT ..AND NEVER RETURN* HO/WE AXSWKR: (ioni>»ii, Sn-Ucrrlnnil. SIDE GLANCKS By GALHHAITII CORK. 1944 BY NE* SERVICE. INC. T. M. RED. U. S. PAT. OFF "Vim \vcri 1 NO ttilly iiml rarrfrrc thi'n, Ilrli-n.' 'J'HKSK WOMEN! liy d'ALKSSIO "Ciohli, it'll heein funny nftcr tltr Avar (n Imvp u \voniiin liaiiKitij; iironml Hie huuse all (he lime." Fl NNV BUSINESS Bv ..^y-^^^^m "Hr ;iI\\u.\s \\INIIN thul iHiltll \\lirn In- in:ilt('s n nt a Democrat ir i nll\!" FOR MOTHERS OF YOUNG CHILDREN lOvciy nxHhiT with younf rhlldion sl,i,,il,l want n , opy of t!ns nllcriiiB hcniUBu il cimiiiiiiM Mori,™ mid versi-ij slu- hiiew mi.l ]ov,.,l whpn Klin was a rhild. It \\ill hi NIK hack niomoiit'H of her youtiK (!H>M. an,| [.he will cni'-.v rc-roadiiitf thoao rilil fnvnrnpR. And the. rhihlorn will 'ov>. thin Mule plihllcn i ion with Its oiiilins iiniwlnitfl of little animals. rUUIIwi, HIIIHT l.,!,lmK. ocmnililc-d natnca and lots of other lliteicstlne thingii. Only It) routs jiostpalil L'so ThiK Coupon The Bakersflcld raliforninn Information Hutc-an, 31ti Eye Sircel. N. K., Washington 2, J). »:.. I enclose herewith 10 rents In roin (rarorullv wrapped In paper) for a copy of The Children 1 !! Ri.nk. Name.. Sited or Ruia! Uouic.. (.Mull ii) OLT OLK WAY By J. It. WILLIAMS PpT ME OOWW.' 1C? WALK. IF I HA.D TWO BROKE LEGS, STIDPA JIS. A SPRAIMEP AMKLE.' SHE'S JIS POlW THAT TO 'TRACT ALL TH' KIPS' ATTENJTIOM T(v\AKE 'EM TMIMK SHE KMOCKEP ME CUCKOO.' I WHOO HOOH/ COME OK) OVER, RUTH- 1VE (3OT I WAMT TO SHOW VOU/ MOTHER'S. GiET CbRAY OUR BOAKIHNG HOUSE With AUJOU 11UUI J LB LOOK.VOO 6AU6AGE BALLOON / -*«*-X I<NOVO THfCT'5 l^iOT A ' OKAt^6E TM/XT M/\V<ES VOUf FAINTS POCKET 6ULGE LIKE MOlV\PS/— <5O FALL INi, COR.PORAL,.' V^E'Re MfM2Cr4- IM& T3OvOi<jTO^i^ \iOlTi4 VOUR. BANKROLL TO BUY A> LITTLE rSEMENABRANiCE: FOFtTlAe. LADY OF THE HOU<=>E ^UG-ULP/ NMHY,/MARTHA.' EGAD/-VW ' VOO MEAtO, | VMOf?DS,TO CONAETO THE POlNiT— A.r4~~ NOD ARE MfXRBOR.lN.C3 THE A<=>SUfA 1 HAME MONiEY ? TIIK (ilMI'S That Makes Two Too Many YOU SAY /MILLIE AND TILPA AR6 /V\ISSIN<S?,' EVER SINCE I LEFT?* YES- RRST.TILDA THEN, MILLIE WENT TO LOOK FOR HER- ABOUT AN HOUR AGO THAT HOLLOW VOICE.' IT SOUNPEP LIKE IT CAME FROM THE GRAVE" IT CAME \ OH, MILLIES PIRECTLY \ MY FROM THIS I CHILD! By GUS EDSON AN HOURfi&O?l THAT PROVES THERE ARE AT LEAST TWO INTRUPERS- ONE MUST HAVE BEEN IN THE HOUSE ALL TH&TIME-THB OTHER RAN PAST ME ON THE 'ROAP GASOLINE ALLEY Where, Oh, Where? AKEA, OUTSIDE OF MV ISLAND, IS 245 SQUARE MILES. I HAVE 8E£N ABLE TO USE ALL I LEARNED IN OTH0? overseas VOLCANIC ANJD LIMESTONE. THAT'S A TOUCH ONE! BUT HE MUST SE SOMEWHERE IN TH&SAME LATITUDE AS THE PHILIPPINES. 1 CAN'T FIND IN THE ALMANAC ANV GROUP Of ISLANDS OF Z45 SQUARE MILES. EVEN LEAVING OUT ONE. ANVVVAV, HE'S SEEM RIGHT L/P TO THE FIGHTING LINES. THAT'S WHAT HE MEANS USING WHAT HE'S LEARNEP J MAVBE ITS OVERSEAS. fl TREASURE SAYS, DEAI? ALL: i CAN'T TELL WHE(?E I AM 0UT ITS ON ^N ISLAND IN A CROUP. TWO-THIRDS OP THEM VOLCANIC IITHE BEST COKAL LIMESTONE. THE VEGETATION IS LUXURIOUS, MUCH AS >S IN" THE PHILIPPINES. HOOTS AM) IIKK BIDDIES By EDGAR. MAIITIN FKECKLKS AND HIS FRIENDS (G I'nexpectcd View HILDA IS YOUR. PICTURE REALLY IN TMAT MAGAIIME-. ^T. H , YES —ITS PROBABLY ON THE ^LETTERS TO THF EDITOR" PAGE.' --- OM, 1M SO EXCITED i CAN MARDLY TURN TME PAGES ' By MERRILL BLOSSER e^'vi' J.{_£ <t , gT^ ' Att,«* v -! %^±^ — ,/jgjjS?^*^ •^> ^4« IF vouc PICTURE" IS ON TMIS PAGP, THIS MUST BE IT/ ^^f GOSH; SOMETHING WENT WRON6/ ON, HOW UTTERLY , TRAGIC// WASH TURKS rtUDDENLY, •WWITH LITTLE WARNIN6, MOVIKJd PAY ARRIVES... Safe! By LESLIK TURNER ARE 7 HERE COMES YOU/ DELEGATION O' — I LOCAL CITIZENS, WANTING TO 60 ALON6 AMD HELP FlflHT THE JAPS MO WORRV 'BOUT PIS PLACE. WE LEAVS-IM WIPE HERE i THAT'S POWNRKSHT NICE O' YOU 60VS, BUT SOMEBOPX HAS TO HELP OUR TROOP5 HOLD NEW dUIMEA AFTER WE'RE 6ONE RED RYDER Victory and Villainy By FRED IIARMAN * OVE-R THAT \ 'PORE I PLUG YOU ! IT BELONGS K3U5E ARK1O ALLE\ OOP No Traffic Signs By V. T. HAMLIN BOV^I AX THERE KNOW HOW I ENOUGH COMINS TO DON'T EVER THANK * OH. IT WE WERfc IMTERESTEO IN, IT WAS TH' CRITTER/ OLD KINS SUZ WILL SURE SET U2 r*OR BA66IN 1 IIS HUNK Oft 600D EATIN'/ * VA VV/VJTA SEE HIS NIBS TODAY, VA BEfTER 6O ON... WE'LL BE BUTCHERIN 1 HERE FOfl ' BUT THEN HO WOULD I FIND / OH. THAS MV WAV/ EftSV... JUST TO THEl STICK TO TH' TRAIL AN' V CAN'T MISS..

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