The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 21, 1944 · Page 14
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Thursdoy, September 21, 1944 «afeer«flfl& Calttornfan AIR PROGRAMS An*w*r to Paul* Don Lw-Mutnal Nftwork — KI'.MC, KIM, kIRC. Mill, KDB. KIWIS'. KFXM. KVOK, KNU. Bine Network—KERN, KWO. KFBK. KOO, KECA. Cctumbta Brradrairtlnic STRtem— KNX, KRO*. KSH. KIKiM. National Bro*.de**tlnc Company-—KMJ, KFI, KPO. (Thou schedules mmttti up to rr«w time tcid*T; not rp.sponsllik. for obnaeet tnsdt nect*- wry by program changm.) Till RSPAY «:no In e-.'M p. m. KEK V —N'eus; 6:16. ijrmgs hy Leon r.vviift. KI'.MC—Gnbrlcl Heattrr; 6 15. t'creon T< st. 6:30 to ~-.na p. m. KKRN'—Sp'Ulicht Rnr.cis; 6.:..1. C'nronol Sf.tv TY:i-'" KF.MC—-Unm l.,ne. 7:00 to 7:30 p. m. KF.RV—n.ivm'.nd r.rim PIVJIIB; 7:15. U-orse links Hop .inn*,' KI'MC—H'-my OI;iilMom>. T.15, LPWOll TlKrlJVIS. 7:30 tn K-.HH p. m. KI:':V—S'OP , r ,;.,. KI'.MC—Allt'ii Roih; ', ITi. Wallz Time. 8:00 tn 8:30 p. m. KIV.X—'U-.-il.h the Wr.iM (Jo H}-; <T:I5. l.ii.,, r .iiil At.:..,-. KI'.MC—Van. i ..... S:HO tn 0:00 p. m. KI'.HN—Frcil Wnrinc I'rociiiin. KJ'MC—tflnp Thai Villain. !):00 to 11:30 p. m. Ki:n\—rsanin.T KH M. KI'.MC—X< ns; !i. li,. linx M.Ilr". (1:30 to 10:110 p. in. KKP.N—Spif,! of VikinBs; a. 1,'. Skd.h in Mdodv. KI'MC—Fulton Lewis, Jr., 9 4.".. 4 \rws. 10:00 tn 10:30 p. m. KiniN'— Difflcr Btnvlos; 10.10, Hoin* ,T. T;i\lor. KI'MC—fay no!! Gnnr;int<-i>; 10 15, Charley Acnrw's Orrhpslni. 10:30 tn 11:00 p. m. KKHV —AnibM.'Oinlnr Hole I KI'.MC—Kn Follies. 11:00 tn 11:30 p. in. Ki:r.N—Till* Mining Wo: 111; 11 15. Hi'tiry K'ni.-. KI'.MC—Xcw*. 11 n;,. si.l ,1 Homlin'. Jl:30 tn M:00 Miilnlitlit KKRN—-Tril \Vrcnis mid Hi* unhc«lra; 11 .'."1. N' ws. Kl '.Ml.:—£,!vrr Norhnnn. FRIDAY <i:00 In 11:30 n. m. Ki:r..V—Miith nnd Miiclnci!,. ii:Jj. liirin and H'.incni.'ilc'r. (1:30 (n 7:00 H. m. KKP.N*—Farm :ind }|omorrmkcr; 6:45, MuMITll Rpvr-illl.. KI'.MC—Musical clock; 6:ir,, On Iho F;u in. KFJ—Chut kwriKon ,l:i mhoi "t>. 7:()0 In 7:30 a. in. KKRN"—XCWM; 7 K,. Mnlt'n AKrnn^liv KI'MC—.NVws; 71.,. M.'In.lir« ,,f Ti.dHy! Kl'I—Cn'.-iine ]-'k'lfl)<'i ; 7.];,, T \ ijhikiKtun. 7:30 tn K:0n n. m. KKHN—.Trtriips Ahbi> (JbRRrvi't*; 7:4~». The Duelling Post. KI'MC—Tup Tuntsk, 7:40, Wpill'g News; 7:45. News. KFI—RI-VI il!.. Hounclup; 7 13. Sam llnvcs. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT HEAR Gov. Thomas E. DEWEY TONIGHT 8:00 o'clock FRIDAY September 22 8:00 P. M. MONDAY September 25 7:00 P. M. KMJ FRESNO 580 on Your Dial KFI LOS ANGELES 610 on Your Dial KPO SAN FRANCISCO (iSO on Your Dial NOW ON THURSDAYS FEATURING MERLE OBERON 9:00 P. M., KNX PRESENTED BY ROMA WINIS S:00 tn R:30 n. m. KKRN—Fl«nuvon,| Law I on; 8.15, V u'tory M.i i ^ hf* KI'MC—.-'h.-Hly Valley Kiiiks. KFI—Johnny Mnrtiiy Tulks It Over; S:i:,, T. V. Blakiftim. 8:30 In 11:0(1 «, m. KF.IJX—nn-akfn-t Clnh. KI'MC—ll.ii.pv .!,,» and Rali.l,; E:C. In Your Xi'.ithlvirhuiid; S ;,0. Chilllulte I<(-r|,|«. KTI —.News I'-nnil: ? 4". DnviJ Harum. !»:00 to 1):30 n. m. KKFIX—News nf Iho World; ri:1l). l.nral Nf\v»; !«;i:,. Tim \Voin"ti • Pllcf KI'.MC —Husk-! Carlrr, U:lj, Names an4 rlarrs m the N>\v«. KFI--NVW9 Period; !>:05, Magazine Paje; l':15. Lurry Smith. »:30 In 10:00 n. m. KKRN—Hrenkf.ist lit Sard.'." KI'MC— Midland, I'. K. A.; il,45, AinH7iTitf Jrnnifer Lop.'in. KFI—Major II. S. Turner: !> in. Magazine Pane; 0:4.',, Runny Jlan.«f;eld. 10:00 tn 10:3(1 n. m. KKRN—Tuny Mi.r«r; 10:1:,. c ;l:irnunjiia VeMerdays In uld ('a li forn in. KI'MC — NVw.-; in-1.'.. ,ln,k H-r.li. KFI Till.-.mook Kilch'-n, ID.l;,. JN trr dt» Lima. 10:30 (n 11:00 n. m. KF.HN — My True Story; 10::,:,. The Aunt .l.'inima Show. KI'MC—I.mxheon wilh T.opcZ' in 1", News Hi-hind the XPWH. KFI —Aunt Mary; 10:4.',, Art Baker. 11:00 lo 11:30 n. m. KF.RX— riankhniigo TalkliiK; 11:1:,, I-liind .MeiiidiMs. KI'.MC—ridd« and Knds Trnni Xew- lien-y'ii, 11:1:,, \Vuliz Time Kl-'l—Ciiidini; J.iuhl; 11:1.-,. T,,,l:,j'a Cliildicn. 11:30 In 12:00 \onil KKRX—C.Imnniir Manor. KI'.MC —Nurnian '•liinlier: 11 4:, HltM Serenade. i',>:00 lo 12:30 p. m. KKHN —Ni-w-H uf tlie World: 11MO, l,,,i al Newi: K 15. Hidlywond Slur Titn... KI'.MC—News; li!.15. Noon Time -Nuck Out. KFI -Noun J ; 'nrrn Reporter; 12 15 i.N'BC) .\ln 1'erklns. 12:30 In 1:00 p. m. KKHN — RI.IWOIMI tho Lines; 1^:45, K i,'i na n B ('1,1 ner. KI'MC -Coiiniry Commentnlor; 111 45. To he n niioiii.i ed. KFI—iXHCi I'tpper Yoilnc's Family; 1-:10. (XHC) It.Kht 10 llappineBS. 1:00 to ]:;{() p. in. KKRN—Sum Hn.\e«; 1:1,',. Hoh Ni. hols. KPMi'—Walter Complon; l:lo. Upen Ho 11 >.i • Kl' 1 ]- i\1!C) lia.k«aKe Wife; 1 15 (MIC') Hiella Lmllaf. 1:30 In 2:00 p. in. KIORN—Time VieWH the. .News; 1 45 HII,lily TWIUM; 1:00. News. K|..\|I : — Musi, KFI—(XBci I orenzo .loncn; 1:43. MJC) Vuune Widder IJruwn. 2:00 to 2:3") p. m. KFI1N—When n ciirl iliirrlcfi. L':15, We Love ;.nd Learn. Kl-'l—(NI1C) Wneii n Olr! Mnrrk's; i.15, \N'e Love and Learn. 2:30 In .1:00 p. m. KDKN— What'B Doin 1 , Ladies? KI'.MC—CabhaKeh and Queen; 2:4:,, Salvatiun Army. KFI^l.NIIC) .hid' Plain Hill; 2'45. (NIK;; Front Pace Farrell. 3:00 la :(:30 p. m. KKRN—Appointment With Life KI'MC—Crlfl'in Reporting; 3;JO. J,OH( Kmpire Kl-'l—(NHC1 Road <>( Life: 3:15, (XHC) Star J'la> house. 3:30 to 4:00 p. m. KKRN—Klhel and Albert: 3:45, lllind Trouhadoiir. KI'.MC-- Tliinsn Worth "While: 3:4.',, .InhiiHon l-amily. KFI— <Mtr:> vie and Sade: 3;45, (NUC) Women of Ameiira. 4:00 In 4:30 p. m. KKRN--C!reat Melody. KI'.MC—.Fulton Lewis. Jr.; 4:15, Renl Life Sloriev. KFI -- 1'iin tor K'ale; 4:15, Xews of the Woild. 4:30 to r,:0fl p. m. KKRN'—Andy mid VlrEinia : 4:4T,. News of the World- 4:5-,. Loi a I New*. Kl'.Ml'- -World's From i'lige; 4:45, Symphonle Swlns. KFI—Art IJnkcr. 5:00 to 5:30 p. m. KKRN—Terry and tho -Piraies; 5:15. Hii-k Traey. KI'.MC —Chit-It Cnrler; 5:15, Superman. KFI—(i. K. for Rcleabo; 5:15, News rcriod. R:30 tn fl:lin p. in, KKRN—Jni-k Al liislidiiB; !i:45. Hop I liu-riffan. KPMC—AdventureB of Tom Jlix: 5:15, Nlltht News Wne. KFI — Alvln \Vllder; 5:45. News. JOHN CONTE NEW MBS "SCREEN TEST" EMCEE Don't Miss "SCREEN TEST" Monday Through Friday 6:15 P. M. ON STATION KPMC 1560 ON YOUR DIAL featuring THI MIANIST MAN IN RADIO and JOI MWHMAN Tkt Pagliaeei eftkt Piano Cgr. U14, Dukcmul Aftnlif Wint. fntvi if U.S. 4. JMraM Cnt., ff,w ttfk. K. T. GOVERNOR HORIZONTAL 1,6 Pictured governor 12 Lariat 13 Rent roll 14 Gone by 15 Dregs 17 Snare 19 Bone 20 Animals 22 Mother 23 Division of the calyx 26 Play the part of host 29 Barter 30 Elevate 31 Debit note (ab.) 32 Any 33 He was governor of Georgia in the last election 36 Asiatic kingdom 40 Musical study 41 Fowl (pi.) 42 Right (ab.) 43 Perform menial work 48 Symbol for tantalum 49 Dispossess 52 Roman road 53 Outbuilding 55 Spotted 57 Bury 59 Follows after 60 Rows VERTICAL 1 Expunger 2 French plural article 3 Pillar 4 That on«» 5 Bargain event 6 War god 7 Pause 8 Names (ab.) 9 Siamese coin 10 Gibbon 11 Beasts of burden 14 Station 16 Babylonian deity 18 Top of the head 20 Mingled 21 Unusual 24 Parent 25 Addended OUT OLB WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS 27 Hindu queen 28 East Indies (ab) 33 Roman emperor 34 Bring into harmony 35 Greek letter 37 Measure 38 Flowers 39 Conduct 44 Ritual 45 Indians 46 From 47 Sand 50 Male offspring 51 Size of shot (pi.) 53 Sainte (ab ) 54 She 56 Symbol for gold 58 Symbol for nickel 40 5O 8 58 SIDE GLANCES By GALBKAITH COPH. 1944 BY NE» StRVItt^ INC. T. M. REG. U. B. PAT. OFF. "rni>. I want your mlvlre nn my r imi'rslon nlim-l What urn I lEciliie (o ilo wlieu there are no more Kcrii|> drives or inuirr ilriicn mid no war Ntainim to huy?" THESE WOMEN! By d'ALESSIO "Tin- next race I* for :l-.vi>ur-ol,ls. I ran hardly wait In her thu lUtlc ilrarn!" Presents Broadcast of the VICTORY FOODS FAIR programs you won miss. Be sure to keep tuned Emanating from the Kern County Fairgrounds FRIDAY,9:45 P.M. Listen lo Hie Horse Show Broadcast From the Arena SATURDAY, 3:30 P. M. Hear the Auctioneer on the Broadcast Direct From the Auction SUNDAY, 4:00 P. M. A Word Picture of Events and Exhibits in the Exhibit Building HAH.' A MODERN PONY EXPRESS, EH? I'LL TELL BY THE WRITING- WHO SEMT IT, BUT WHO IT'S FOK. IS WHAT I WANT TO KNOW.' *-•*// ' j.f?wi\u BORN THIRTY YEAR'S TOO SOOKJ ™,",iV«"c T R°'r OLR BOARDING HOl'SE With MAJOR HOOPLB SETTER TA^er THE OLD MOTOR TO A \ THIS IS PSSCHlWRlST ArtO HA\VE / OPF5ICE THE , ; , 60T \Mt4V NOT TRV ' PORTO^E- FACULTIEG FATIGUED SEARCH- INJ6FOR.T|4E»I,OOO X FORSOT vMrAER.e 5MIPFIW6 A DOLLAR BILL, AND PUSH VOUR. A.LOMG FLOOR \MHILE VALNlES GROUND.' fTKELr\6T6TRW>l GUMPS Decision By GUS EDSON MY PLAN \S N .. WORKING OUT PERFECT \ WATCH YOUT? TIMMC -THENS <SU»PS HAS PRACTICALLY Ar\APE ME A MEMBER,OF THE FAMILY- ' ER-NOTING; EUOAH- OUST LOOKS LIKE FOR THE FIRST r- -^^^ ^^^ T l/Wfc Ir4 I Hlf^ I Y i \^u^j i i^v^^^^rxia i_irs^ IF YOU PON'T \ -iltJAa \VEAR6, T PON'T I THERE'S NO FURTHER . WATCH YOUR \ y u j £ I HAVE TO BEHAVE \NEEP FOR ME TO ' 'LIKEA<SHOST-WHYA-—>.HANSAROUNP TIMMIE V/H«T'S WRON<r?) HERE _ SS& \v> S-ZI <gf* f& l^t; &&</ i DON'T BLA.ME YDU.TlMMlE,LA.P SHE ISAPURTY LAPY- CASOLIXE ALLEY And No Kidding By vou see? I'M HAKP 10 1AK£, OMCF VOO GET THS IOSA. A Ciet WWO CAM PAMCE LKE YOU CAM—WITH ME — ODCHTN't TO 3£ JUCCLING CiNGEI?Bf?EAD. SHE OUGHT I TO BE CWNCIWG—WITH Me. J- LISTEW. YOU'VE GOT T0| MEET ME AWAY Ff?OM | H£tse, WHERE WE CAN fi TALK. I'VE SEEM | HOARDING YAP FOR MONTHS, VOU KNOW VHJ?Y WffLL- PAT/MG IS AGAIHST 7H£ (?ULES. 4SIPE FROM THAT, NO.' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Is That All? By EDGAR MARTIN j •i FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Different L OTHEB. GIRLS CLAIMING OWMERSHIP OF MV LE6S AMD TRVIN& TO MORN IN CAREER AMVWAV, IT ThTRILLS ME TO KNOW I'VE GOT SO MAMV , IMITATOES.' BUT THOSE- &IRLS AEF DECEITFUL CHEATS.' By MEURILL BLOSSEHi TMEV PROBABLY THOUGHT THEY WERE PRETTV- ANDTHEY CLAIMED THEM AS THEIC, OWN ' IT WAS TERRIBLY SWEET OP TMEM TO PAV ME SUCH A NICE COMPLIMENT, WASN'T IT/ 19»4 BY NC« SERVIC?. INC T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF WASH TUBBS In Safekeeping By LESLIE TURNER \ HAVE I NOT SERVEP THE JAPANESE AT SHANGHAI AND SIM6APORE? WHV MUST I BE HELP UNDER SENTRIES, LIKE A PRISONER? WE MUST T HOLPITJ LOOK, A BE GETTING \ JAP COLONEL. 1 MAV9E CLOSE TO THE } WE CAN OET WHAT VILLAGE, ^ HE'S SAYIKKS THE HISH COMMAND, NOT UNMINDFUL OP PAST USEFUL SERVICES,ALSO KNOWS,! you SOLD MILITARY SECRETS TO THE HIGHEST BIPDER.NOT ALWAYS JAPAM J RED RYDER The Lady Had n Reason ttOLLY TAOE f THAT ENDS IS QUITTlrt 1 . I Tri* ATTRACTION] JOE HAYES .^ HERE FOR. By TRED HARMAN SO IfOU DO\VT (ERE WITHOUT THROW TH' BUYOUT/ HER] I FIGURED I-NOILY WOULD LEWE SIMCE1 HEARD SAY SOMETHING ABOUT A STRINE <^ WHAT M ALLEY OOP No Soap By V. T. HAMLIN r EXACTLY.' YOU SEE ,EVEM AS A . V^PHYSICIAKJ, I CAM HARDLY YOU MEAN) THAT IF HE \ SAMCTON YOUR BREAKI HASM'T RECOVERED \AVASEOMHISEXCEL '• MEMOHY WHEM HE J LEKiCY'S HEAD / ' SOU'LL HAVE THE FINISH YOUR

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