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]2 Friday, September 15, 1944 gafeergficlb Catifornfan T. S- £ K AIR PROGRAMS KKIIMV 6:00 In «:S<I l> m. KKRN—News. 6.1.'i. s-i'iiBs lo I-""" Pnynr KKI—Walu Tiinr Kl'Mi'—lUl'iiol H.at;.'. fi :.' ivn.n Tost. (i:30 In 7 -IMI P. in. KKHN—Spi.tl.Klu Hai:-!!-. I'-'."' O.i.r.i-t ifiory IViUM KKI —I'e-oplf Air Vi:n> - KPMC-Driir.il. in Null. :"••. T:m» to J:Sfl p. m. KKRN—Knil <:™hv n. :.].'. Ted .V.i;.<>•,.- KFl—BnMon i'.!ii k"- Kl'.MI'—lii P:I| Mum. PI « 'i: Spoil!.: ~i.<\~,, Today's \\ar I'umim-nim y: '•:!*, Lowell THnn.Ms. 1:3U In 8:00 p. Pi. KKRN—llnpi'V l.«.;.H'i KFl Spi.ii* .Vvvsrcri; 7:43, CnbliaKes and Kin*.*. KPMC—l.c.iir r.ai.siv. d:l)0 lo (i^lll l>. m. KRltX—Wad I' tin? « u: id v... B> . d ij, I'aiKpr ram •:> KJ-'I —Tb<- Musi' Mii-i>: S.l.".. Ki.y Mav r <ilP. K1'M<_'— •far. K:n«. 5 15. Vniu 'l.rr.e. f)::<0 lo 11:1111 p. m. KFP.N - I'.IMV I'ii>-n if. KFl - I'uff.v-'R Thv-Mi. Kr.M<. —I.''.-. " K-il. 11:00 lo !l:3(l p. m. KKUN M'd Yi'i:r .Navy. KTI —Km !•• >Kli Kim. 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KPMC—Musical Clock; 6:5.1. On Ihe Farm. 7:00 to 7:30 n. m. KERN— News; 7:15. Martin Aeronsky. KKI—Today In the News; 7:15. T. V. Blakiston. KI'MC—Nenra: 7:13. Melodic* of Today. 7:30 to 8:00 «. m. KKRX—News Commentary; 7:<5, Rhythm Kanch Pals. KKI—March to Victory; 7:45. Sam Haye». KPMC—Ton Tunes; 7:40, Welll's News; 7:45, News. H:00 to 8:30 a. m. KKHN—Flpfiwonrt Lawton: 8:15, \'ictory Maich*vi. KFl—K. C. Jamhoree. KI'MC—Music; fc:i;., Rainbow Houne. 8:30 to D:00 a. m. KEIIN—Breakfa«t Club. KKI—Melody Hounduii. KPMC—Rainbow Ilmi>-p, 9:00 to ti:'M a. m. KKRN—Nf-ww of the World; 9.10. Local NPW«: 9:1S. 10-^-4 itHin-h. KKI—NCVVH I'criod; 9:15, Conhuincr Time. KPMC—Dorlor Matthews. 0:30 to 10:00 a. m. KKRN—Ailo Hulls; 9:45, TnuiB-Atlantic Quiz. KP.\H'—Hello. Mom! 7ll5 P.M. LOWELL THOMAS NEWS TIME DON LEE-MUTUAL Standard of California 111:110 (<i lll::(<> n. m. K i:i:\ - Mn: •. • HI i;.. coiiiiiv raliMiB. K 1 I— \.l>.-nlin<. Alic a.I. Ki'.Mi --.\in.-. I'M.'.. 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Mirhiiian ii-isij.a I.IVMI "S<-|| ItuwkK." Kl-'l .-Miaul.-. Siicitiiehi KI'Mi'- Hull SIIUIIK'H Ui'clxMi-a. 1 l.'i. An J.ano Triu. 1:S« in 1:110 p. m. KKItN —Siilurilay Jlovii-w \\'nli llrii.-ne ll.-lclt KI'l.-Tlin Ci-ltliiiip Iliimli. :ip. fi-aluic i.HP ;il Aiincdilt-t; 1:1.'.. ItliMInn VV.,iUshiip. KI'Mi' ria.ts; 1:45. CJiuv.unil Van's i h ulirKti-H. S:00 tn 9:1111 n. in. K l-:r.N"- -Sal in clay Iti-v >\\ \\nli llniuro HriiH : L'-l... Stitlli'lay CdlH c-i I. Kl-'l -Ynu^ A HH-ri'-a . KI'.MC—Navy liullclin llniinl. 2:.SO In :<:IIO n. m. KKRN'—Piitiuday Com-crl; -A:,, JIi-llo, SvVOf-llK-.'l 1 t^ Kl-'l —rtiiljcrt JJiiKlu-H; 1:15. Mimic kcium. ::r.\ic—LC--. fiipiio'n orriipHii-a. :):(!(! tn :<:.'io p. m. KKHX - Si'i vii e ^.Tfiiiuk'; 3:15. Harry \V is nif r. KKf--Sin. o rvarl Harbor: 3-.15. 1 Siiflain \VIMKH. KI'MC—Hulls nf Mrinlpziinm. .1:3(1 tn 4:00 p. in. KKRN -Sox Vnu KKI — Ciin .MiiKtci-y: 3:.|."i, Art of Living. Kl'MC—ThiiiRst Worth While; 3:4,',, Hawaii OilIx. 4:011 In I::t0 p. in. KI-:FtV—r.liii 1 ('.n i cspnniloius Abroad; 4:ir,. lilup Miillncp. K |.'l~Tln-y Cull A1.' .Icicv KI'MC—Alnciicnn Kimlc Club. 4::«) In 5:00 p. in. KIUIN'—On SIIIBP. Everybody. KI'MC—Kb ini," Ilinh. iVOO In 5:.'IO p. in. KI'.;n.V—Ali>x Clirpor, druan. KKI --MiiBic-iiiulidutcs; li:\j. .\ew« Period. THIS CURIOUS WORLD By WILLIAM FERGUSON MRS. ANNI2 r.VHOT Iroin n trip to• h«.-r homo town of M;mli;it i;ui. Kan., (.'l-'iin'in me I';i<ldle- fnrd ot i ho JS'i-w Torlt I !IM ald-Trilmne hi nuKlu t hi-so to nif\ Shf.' Mt> p H thi'y' re the nm.'-t jMIpnl.'i r pnihnMn s in Kfinnns! (.\-rtainly tlifiy'if iuiitisint;. rapy to croi-het ami VHI-.V iirni'i ic:i!. Mn kc :i pa Ir of them for I ho nnxt Uilrhon "shuwer" yon ;it. Tin ih the "shorts" arc crocheted Of \VM il C t Ml ('HI SI lit I I'llBfM] \V'H1l I'l'ti, Tr» on i ;i in i <imi>l< p to nisi rue t inns lor the '*" MI "hn •" i riM'h''tpri pnl holilot s (I'al- 11 N". f.T 7(O Mini 1 .. rr ntM In • din. pi IIP • lit PM.'-I .iL-''. :• itiir it.uii*' and rulilr^s-s itiul the pan "rii nu in I/, i of Annn Cahoi, The '! ( 'aht'oi man, 7»U Mission strrrt. Business and Professional GUIDE Phone 1-7631 for Monthly Rates JOHN W, CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Ini'uni lu.\ Si-rttrr ^III|I|M S>i»l 'Jlli-'.'Ol' l'r<il|.shli>MH< Iliilicllnit CHINESEJiERBS T, LIM III,HII M'l-i I \l IS) STOMACH TROUBLE SPECIALISTS K.-ini'ilii-f inr All Alliiiriit» i-JIKK t'ONSI ITAIMIN l-'iirtiir* llcrli Inhlnictm ruiilnt: Ciilli'i:*'. ('iintdi) < liinn I viciily 'iiiirlh mill K Mrxi'U I'liniic S "id.'il J.AUN DRIES LAUNDRY SERVICE Lautr ; o Srmrr I Itt'^ci'llrti—I'lilll IK Our Mi-ldi—Ten Illffi-rrlil Sir\ii'f^ anil /.orli l>r> I I,;,run CITIZENS LAUNDRY Snll'i'lll. mil |i KII-I...I. f'lifllir H-HKII • Meet ED WYNN a« "King Bubbles," ruler of enchanting HAPPY ISLAND! A laughable, lorable, Afferent kind of show! /S> Borden Ca ^ KERN -1ONIGHT - 7:30 P. M. COPR. 1M4 IV ME* *e*VICC. IMC. T. M. R(G. U. 8. MT OFF. *A WOMAN'S PAST IS ALWAYS BEFORE HER," Sa^ MARIE ©. LEES, FOR THE AREA AROUND NEW YORK IS EQUALLY SUITABLE FOR SALT LAKt CITV, LISBON, PEIPIN6 OR ISTANBUL. S1DK GLANCES By GAT-BRAITII COPR. 1»« BV NEA SERVICf. INC. T. M. REO. U. ». POT.' Of f. ~_ 1-IS "J'hv world Ig in a rlmritir hlnlc. ns MIII NH.V, my friend, hut I (lies* we're »afe ciuiiich on thin hrncli till aftrr rlvi'tinn!" Ft'NXV III :SINKSS Uy HERSHBEUOKIl S ^ j .."••".•"•$^ V •.'.', ..•*'^ •lip inslotx he rnlixtrd In the navj-l" THESE WOMEN! By (J'ALESSIO "I ilnn'l I,mm tvlnil mil I it ^(11 'III; \\llh. lint I Ililuk wrry Rrrvlcriniin Inih till lln 1 klhN4.N fwinlnie ho ^1111 u«'l!' hud Mir Ihe IIU-I .MiK OUR PRESIDENTS AND THEIR WIVES Tliio is clfi-timi >ciin i : Cat..-!! up on vmir prcsuleiiluil I'ac.-iB. Who wiis Ihi; iuvhi tiiiin in Lie iiiHUBUiHlfil 1'ieHideiit? Who WHB Urn ulilcsl? Whlrli I'li'.xl- wan a 'iju-liclor. anil wlio wnd Nl8 White HoiiHe hostoHa? Which President a meinlifi-H of Ihi-lr I'umiliea married at ths While House? There are many inilnmip and inlt?rt-Hl Igtr I'nctf about the PreHldontM and their families in I-M c'lilinnally inicreetinu booklet Pre»li1ents mid Tlielr Wives. It rontuina IIICK niKl liloRiaiih'eH ot i-very President nn.1 every White House hoates». lily mind reading, it should be in every hnrou. Know your country! Fifteen l- se This r:oupon The Bakei-Bfleld Cftllfornlan Intormatloti Hure|U, 316 Eye Street. N. E.. Waohintlton 2, D. C. I enolone herewith 15 cents In coin (carefully wrapped In paper) for a copy of the booklet Presidents and Their Wives. Name street and Rural Ruuie.. City. Slate •*\ (Mail to Wanhiniann, D. C.) OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS HERE'S TH' PLAMS FOR THE WE.W ADD IT IOM OM "TH' SHOP' WE'VE GOT TWELVE NEW BO3IUG MILLS ORDERED AMP WE'VE COT T.O &ET TH' BUILDERS BUSY AT .OMCE/ NO.' MO MORE IMDCOR FARMS APPEP HERE.' PUT THEM MACHIMES RIGHT IM HERE -- I DOW'T NEED A COVERED COUKOTV TO PRESS BUT- TOWS.' I DON'T WAWT TO HAVE TO LEARN AMOTHER LAMGUAGE WHEN I GO TO TH' FAR EWP O' TH' SHOP.' THE OL 1 Y BULL. WASW'T / BORVJ WITH A CrOLP YACHT IM HIS MOUTH AM' HE HATES WAST IM' MONEY.' WHPN THEV N FIRST BUILT THIS OFFICE HE SEZ., "PUT NAY DESK WHERE FIRST BASE USEP T'BE AN'LEAVETH' BLEACHERS PER, SHELVES.'" CONCRETE PRAIRIES OUR BOARDING HOUSE Wittt MAJOR HOOrLH E6AD,TVOU3GS.'DID T TELL.^ NOO I DECIDED TO HlTDe - fM *l OOO I si Ti4E HOUSE A^TER ALL ?— I A\O-ST GAS' T'ME 6£CRETED IT SO SAPEL^ THAT EMENi NOO \M\Tl4 MOUR. FERRET W l_i^ I ^) > ROLL / OOE AS =» STONE POSTCARD, MA3OR .' ARE VOO BV ANV CKiA.NiC.E~ RELATED TO THE 6DPHER, OK THE BUS.W-TAILED THAT CACMPS \N TRESS ? GOOD TIIAE FOR THE HOUSE TO CATCH FIR.B. THK GUMPS End of (lie Trail By GUS EPSOM YOU OU6HT TO CHARGE THAT TIM HA>V BOARP- SOME APPETITE! WHAT HE CAN'T PUT IN HIS FACE. HE CARRIES AWAY Ir4 A NAPKIN EACH MEAL! BOTH OF YOU <SWtS. THP MYSTERY IS ABOUT SOLVEPJ WELL.TRISHA-PlD YOU PISCOVER ANYTHING-NEW \ WRONS FROM THAT TKSHT- ^ HIM- BUT T PIP FINP LIPf EP TI/AWE HAY? IN THE GASOLINE ALLEY Alan to Man Only By KING PEAK SICEEZIX POU'T SENP ANV MOttS BEAOS. I'LL KEEP THESE AND WOT CASH THEM. I HAVE A WIPE WHO IS PAItfLV SATlSPACTOfc* AS AS HAVING WO IS CONCERNED. I WOULDNT TAK6 $100 P0(? THE ONE I HAVE BUT I WOULDN'T STRING OF BEADS -FOR ANOTHER I'LU HOLD HIM, AUNTIE BLOSSOM. VOL) GET THE WALT, LETS SEE WHAT NOTHING DOING. TO ME, peoM s<seziv.' WH6K6 THeV CAME - THESf BfADS |S J ENOUGH TO BIN A WIPE.' By EDGAR MARTIN All's Forgiven BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Setting a Major Problem! By MERRILL BLOSSER SHOULD 1 MAIL IT, OR. SHOULDN'T 1 ?IF 1 MAIL THIS PICTURE TO THE MAGAZINE. |T MAV START SIS ON A HIGH-POWERED , AND IF SHE HAS A CAREE-R . SHE'LL GET UPPITY AND SNOOTV— AND IF SHE GETS SNOOTV. SHE'LL Be IMPOSSIBLE TO LIVE WITH/ Bar IF i DON'T MAIL IT, SHE WON'T EVE'S. BECOME A MOVie STAR/ MAYBE L BETTER FLIP A COIN, AND DECIDE 1 WHAT TO DO.' IF THE COIM COMES DOWN, I WON'T . MAIL THE PICTURE/ V COPR. 1944 B 1 WASH TDBRS Amazing News By LESLIE TURNER LET'S HEAR VOUR PLAN FOR i HAVE A PAPER WHICH RECENTLY CAME FROM LUZON), COLOMEL MATION ON JAP INSTALLATION* 1(0 THE PHILIPPINES, CAPTAIN ALVAREZ 1 CANWOT TELL HOW WE 60TITVET...8UT IT IS A PBOVIK1CIAL PAPER,MOTCLOSELY STUPIED BY JAPAMEiE CENSORS REAP THE ITEM 1 HAVE MARKED, CAPTAIN GUERRILLAS ATTAC<IN6 A JAP 6ARR1SON? BLAZES: IT SEEMS THISSAV5THE6UERRILLA SANP IS LED By AMERICANS WHO ESCAPED AFTER BATAAN'S FALL • KKI) KVDKK Ntiva.jo Arithmetic By FRBD BARMAN NOVO LETS GO COUNT-1>\) >- ' ~ l "iPT f I ' UNO MILLION D05 TRE--- THESE SUITCASES WILL MAKE OUR. CHARtTr COfVMTTEE X YEP, RED, AND THANKS TO 1OU, THESE SWINDLERS DIDN'T GET J "•"•' V>3ITH THAT "~^~ ' -' CnH.lK.HYMlAM.Vian.r T U ,, c „ AI.LKV OOP Ooola Plays Her Hand By V. T. HAMLIN NOPE.' NEVER ) W THE SLAVE MARKET SAV) HER. J VOU SA\S INDICATION OF" BEING THIS SLAVE QIR.L BE "WE KE> To VOL» W*6T... «WE STIR SOME FOR. •GOTTEN MEMOttV? ACQUAINTED V5IT4 FT? HIS EXCELLENCY-_HOV) ABOUT YV)ON'T'TALK,EH? \ I VOA5NT BUJFFIN<S....\AH.'MOSTR.CMM.JKABLEfJ NOV) WHY DOiVTCMA J BUTlVE NOTrilNXSTO ) AVOOMAN WITH JUST BREAK DOWN \ SAV UNTIL I KNOW AL SENSE? AND ADMIT YOU I VJHATfc IN IT FOR. VOERE-BLUrFlNS?^ "^'yKx' ^ ^« NOTE1VIEV05 EXPRESSED BVTHE CHARACTERS ARE NOT NECESSARILY THOSE I OF THEAUnHQg..- f-^:

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