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14 Thur$d0y, September 14, 1944 California I THIS CURIOUS WORLD By WILLIAM FERGUSON M TRI RSIlAY 6:00 to 6:30 p. KKRN — Xe\v«; 6:16. Songa li Payne. KFI— Krnft Mnplo Hall. KPAfr:— Gabriel H«?attei; 6.15. Test. 6:30 (o 7:00 p. m. KKHN— Thomas K. Dowry. KKI---ChMi-1j« Chnn. KTMC- .MHin Lino. 7:00 |o 7:30 p. tn. XEnN~Rnytru»m1 flram Sw.ne. 1''. !'t 1 ,rmv '. .1.1. KK1 — C«mr>l Prosnnt* Ha i ry Sa\r.» . KPMr- -Henry Gladstonr; 7.1... l.> ^ e Thomas. 7:30 (n 8:00 |». m. KKRN—Hf.p nnd Oo. KKI— March of Timp. KPMC — Allrn Roth, 7.4S. M-r.lz T mr. 8:00 to 8:»0 p. m. KF:nx— Watch the World ^" F> . > f.urn iml Aimer. KKI — Tho MuHr Shop: S.K-. Ni «'B. KPMC— Varieties. 8:30 to 0:OU p. m. K Kn IV — Frpd Wariuff KKT — Maxwell Hou?-o KPMC — Stop That Villa i. 9:00 (o 0:30 p. rn. KKHX— M.nlcr 1- irM \\ r.».i o! rhoirj 9 -jr.. Mn«:, . KKI — Lfldlrn' Nit.!.' In I).- N*-" 9:15. H. Sroir .i-iiin-.-n. '"• M ••• id. KPMC— Xe\\s r».ir.. nr-? :...::i?r. fi:«0 (o J0:00 i»- m. KKrtN— TUiiiiir. KFI— E.l^vy Uu. . n KTMC — Fulton L.-M is, Jr.; f':U. Nrws. 10:00 to J0:30 p. m. KERN" — Chester Jlowlcf. 3". 15. Henry J. Tn/lm. K FT— The Kci-nrjtr. 10 M. Talk by Mnyor H<AV; ,'ii KPMO— Pay Hi.l. C;i.;i:;.rtr. : lOili,. Charley AOIPV'^ on hc-M i a. 10:30 to 11 :00 p. in. KERN — Amb.TJ-sador Hotel. KFI — Inside the Ni.-ws; 10.45. Gems of KPMC-— Al Trnrn'K Orchc-tUra. FEATURING JOSEPH COTTON P. M. KNX PRESENTED CMMIT. nuii. cuir • UUFIIIU IMO earn ing THE MEAN EST MAN RADI REIC HMAN KPMC 8:30 F. M. Ctpr. 1944. Dubenntl Af>,rMf Hiiu. freduct •f U.S.A. Dubonnet Corp.,Mtw Yftk, M. r. EARLY NEWS BY LOWELL THOMAS 7:15 P. M. DON LEE-MUTUAL • Standard of California 11:00 to 11:30 p. m. This Moving World; 11:15. nrv K in;:. Ki'I--Mlo-i-nlh Hour News; 11:15, Tout : 11 -0. H»nry w^; 11:0;.. ti. 11:30 to l'. l :00 KKHV -'If! \S ccms Hnd Hia t.)rfheatra: I t ,"i "> N *' \\' ^. KI'I -'I'Tl Ui.cmn; 11:55. \'.! M ni t'S •;! : in KKIIV 1 KIDAY (i:(MI to <i::{0 «. m. Hi and M;u]ru'«*. and Hunu-mnk' 1 !'. (>::10 tn 7:00 n. m. Vai in (iii'l Homo maker; News: 6:45, Kl'Mr--MuHM ,il t'lork; 6:&r«, On the i'"ai in. 7:00 to 7:80 n. m. KKKN — Vows; 7:1.".. M;irtin Acronsky. Kl-.Mc -Xt-ws. 7.1fi. Melodirji of Today. 7:.'<0 tu flrflO n. m. KI-'ltN — JaniPH Ahhp Oh«crvi j 8: 7 :•! T». Thi- Listf-ninc 1'ost. Kl'.Mf— Tnp Tunw; 7:40. -VVeill 7 . 1;/. News. 8:00 tn 8:,')0 H. m. K KKN* — ri"«'t wood La w i on ; S : 15, Vi' t m v M» rchr-.i. Kl'AK 1 — Shmly V.-illcy Fnlks. H:;i(l to D:00 a. m. KI-:nN — Hrr-nkfast Clllli. KI'MT Happy ,!(.P and llnlph; 8.4i>. In Your Nptphhorhood; S:. ; )a, Charloltn Ppfbl". 0:00 to 0:30 n. m. KKUN—Npws of the World; 9 10, l,mj t | News; 0:lf>. The \Vuniiin's P KI'MC— Houkp rart*r; 9:10, Names and Plnrp.M m tho News. »:30 to ]0;00 R. m. KKHN — Rronkfnae at SarrJi's. KJ'.Mr—Midland, U. S. A.; S:45. Amazlnc Jr-nntfer I.otiari. 10:00 to 10:30 a. m. K RUN— Tony Morpe; 10:If>, Clamorous yn in Old Calif nrniH. N(»ws; 10:15, Jack I'.OK h. 10:30 to 11:00 a. m. KKHN— My True Story: lK):r,ii. The Aunt .Tom i ma Show. KI'.NK* — l.unrheon with Lopez; 10.45, Newn Bohtnd the News. 11:00 to 11:30 n. m. Baiikhniiffe Talking; 11:15. land MelodiOH. XI'MC — Odrt« and Ends from New- bcrry'u; 11:15. Waltx Tinif. 11:30 to 13:00 Noon Krcnx — ri) amour M:*nor. KI'MC— Norman rioulif-r; 11:45, .Skyline Serenade. 12:00 to 12:, '10 p. m. KKHN— NVws of flip World; 12:10, Local NPWH; ll!:l», Hollywood Star Timn. KPMC— NPWH; 12:1D. Noon Time Nock OulH. 12:.10 t« 1:00 p. m. KKRN — nptworn the Lines; 12:45, Kt»Than'.s f'orncr. Kl'.MC — Country < 'om mental or; Music. 1:00 to 1:30 p. m. KKHN-- Sam Kaynrt; l:lf.. Jinh KI'MC— Waller Cinnpton; 3:lii. Open H on si.'. 1:30 tn 2:00 p. m. KKRX— Timo Viows thp News; Huddy Twipn; 1 :F>0, Nrws. K1 J MC — To ho announced. 2:00 to S:»0 p. m. KfOUN— Wli*jn n Old Marries; l!:lfi. WP Lovt* ami Lc-arn. 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