The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 25, 1944 · Page 10
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IQ Mondoy, Sept. 25, 1944 Sakertfftelft CaUforntan AIR PROGRAMS l>on Lce-Mutuai Nrtwork — KPMC. KHJ. KKRO. KOB, KUB. KUON, KK.XM. KVOE. KM). Blue Network—KKRN. KWG. KFIIK. KOO. KKCA. Cnlnmbln Hroadcn»tln> Sftlrm— KNX. KROV. KSU. KKOM. National Brnmlrmtlnt Comnnnr—K.MJ. KFI. KPO. (These schrclulM corifci»d up to prw» Mm» loditinm rwponslbl* for ".li«ne«t ro«rtf DPCM- tJtrr br promm changes, i MOM»AY fi:00 to «:3() p. m . KKRN—News; 6:15. Songs liy 1,,-on J'a> TIP. KI'Mi'—Garinel Hffitter; P 15. Screen lest. Kfl—A f-'nnic IF Horn. n-.'.W to 7:0(1 p. m. KKRX —Fpntlight Bnnds: f.:uf,. Coronet Slory Teller. KP.MC—.Soldicis of thn PrfMt, fi.45, Fied Houfci. KI-'J —In foi mat inn Pip a^. 7:0(1 to 7:30 |>. m. K KRN--RM> innntl Gram twills 7 lo Ted MHliMir. ' ' Kl'Mr -lion y GlaiteloiK ; 7:1.". I.nwcll Thomas. Ki-'l - f h-'trn* K. Deury 7:30 to 8:00 n. m. Ki;P.N—Tin.II Time for HITS. Kl'.MC—L"iie Hanger. KFI — In,, i,.i 1. 1,1. 8:01) lo 8:.1(l n. in. KMIIX— \V;il, I] Hi? World Co Rj ; 8:)5, I.urn .in,] A tinci . KI'.Mt 1 — Sliorliii-k Unlnirs. KFI—Tho .Mii.-u- Shop; 8:1,". liny Ma>pnlr. 8:30 to fl:00 p. m. KKRX—fcMinleri-py. KPMIJ— IV,,nt SuMimp. KKI—L'avH !i afle of Ameii,M. 8:00 to 9:30 p. m. KKRN— Bl'iifl Da I P. Kl'MC—News; 9:15, Cecil Birnvn. KFI —Telephone Hour. 0:30 to 10:00 p. m. Ki;HN'- Henry .1. Taylor: !>:(;., Kmil V»Mdin and (irrhesl i H : 0:r,;,. »«•» KPMC—Fulton Lewis. .Ir.; !l:45. News. Kl-'I—Hawthorne Hnu^e. 10:00 to 10:30 p. m. KKH.V—A in a triir Fights. KI'.\l<:_K, K ht lo Work: 10 16, .No on 1'rojiositK.n No. 12. KK1 — The Reporter. 10.15. Mnn<_hesier Bmldj. 10:30 lo 11:00 p. m. KF.RN—A Boy. a r.irl and :i Rand. KI'Mr—tinnvood Vnn'a Orchestra KT1 —liididc the News; 10:45. Medals In MUMC. 11:00 to 11:30 p. m. KF.R.V—Thi* MoviiiB World; 11:16, Henry KIUK'H Orrhes'i rji. KP.MC—News; 11:05. Solid Rrnrlin'. KFI— Klfvrnlh Hour New«; 11:1G. .Music;: 11:L'0, Tcler de Lima. 11:30 to n-.nn Midnight KF.nX—i haile^ I.a Verp; 11:45. Ralladrltf>: ll:!>r.. Nn\v«. KI'M'."-—Silver Nocturne. KKI —rhnrles 7,a Vci-c; 11:45. Ballad- *ltt>e; 11:05. SluHi-. TI'KSDAV 6:00 lo 0:30 n. m. KERN—Mirth and Miujne.ia: 6:16. Mu»lc. 8:30 to 7:00 a. m. KERN—Musical Reveille. 7:00 to 7:30 n. m. KKRN—Newn; 7:15. Martin Arronsky. 7:30 to 8:00 R. m. KERN—Jame« Ahhe Observes; 7:4B, The Llctenlng Post. 8:00 to 8:30 *. m. KERN—Fleetwood Lawton; 8:15. Victory Marches. 8:30 to 9:00 •. m. KERN—Breakfast. Club. 9:00 to 9:30 •. m. KERN—New* of the World; >:10, Local Newg; 8:16, 10-2-4 Ranih. 9:30 to 10:00 ». m. KERN'—Breakfast at Hardl'a. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT HEAR Gov. Thomas E. DEWEY TONIGHT 7:00 o'CIock KMJ FRESNO 580 on Your Dial KFI LOS ANGELES 640 on Your Dial KPO SAN FRANCISCO fi80 on Your Dial 10:00 to 10:30 n. m. KKRN—Tony Morne; 10:16, Blue CorrcBjior.dents Abroad. 10:3H to 11:00 a. m. KKRN—Mv True Story; 10:i5, The Aunt Jemima Show. 11:0(1 to 11:30 a. m. KKIiV- -B.iukli«K* Talking. 11:15. Island Melodic? 11:30 to l'!:0(l Noon K KRN—'J! ilnnur Ma nor. 1-2:00 to 13:30 p. m. K10RN—NeA-n of the World; U'.ln. Local .News. 1L' 1,',. Hollywood Htar Time. 1^:30 to 1:00 p. m. KKFJN-- Between the Lines: 12:45. Kicrnan's (.'orner. 1:00 to 1:30 p. m. KKHN—Sam liases; 1-15, Bob Nichols. 1:31) to 8:00 p. m. KKHN—Time Views the News: 1:45. Blue, New-Rimini lieview; 1:50, Uener. 1 M» lone. 5:00 to 2:30 p. m. KKRN—When a Girl Marries. 2:15. We Love and Learn. 2:30 tci 3:00 p. m. KKRN — What's Llotn'. Ladies? 3:00 lo 3:30 p. m. KKRN—-Appointment With Life.. .1:30 to 4:00 p. in. KKRN--KMH-1 and Alhert; 3J5, Blind Ti uubjidnur. 1:00 to 4:30 p. m. KIORN--To ho annouii'ed. 4::ltl to fl:00 p. m. KKHN'—VRKRhoml MundM: 4 43. Ncm lit the World; 4:55. Local News. .1:00 to R:30 p. m. KF.RN" — Terry and the f'irales: 5:15, Dirk Trar-y. A:30 to 0:00 p. m. KKHN---.ini k ArniHtrong; 6:45. Hop Harngan. By MRS. ANNE CABOT Take two or three palri of them back to college thin fall—one In checked rayon M-OPO—one. In bright red wool Jersey and another pair In heavy white outing-flannel. "Vorn with hrllllantly colored hand-cro- heted house hoota. you'll be warm, smart and as protty a gnl an there la In the lormitury! To obtain complete cutting pattern, finishing instruct idiia for the. Lounging- Pn- ,1»mas (I'Httern No. 6777). alzee 14, 16. IS. ocnd jf, rents In coin, plus 1 cent pont- age, ynur name, address nnd the pattern number lo Anne (,'nhot. The RiikerxfleM C'allfornlan, 709 Allaaion street, San Fmn- rlNc-o. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT TONIGHT • BE SURE TO HEAR GEORGE MURPHY TONIGHT KPMC 10:15 P.M. THIS CURIOUS WORLD By WILLIAM FERGUSON A LI. TYPES OF • WOOL. ARE COPB 1944 BT NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. Off. 'WELL WATER SOMETIMES MAKES YOU SICK/'JSyy RICHARD DAHLEAA, WEK&H ABOUT +72. BILLION TIMES MORE THAN THE SEED THAT PRODUCES THEM. 9-2S SIDK C;LANCKS I'.y OALRRAITII COP*. 1»44 BY NE* SfRVICt. IMC. T. H. HEP. U. g."W. "KrmcinliiT. no more (lra»inc nlrluron on (ho «O||M or rutting initinlg in thp n-oad- nork—Daddy hn» bought thin IKMIHC no \ve're not rrntlne nny inoi*c!" THESE WOMEN! I?y d'ALESSIO "I juit can't wait to *et m.r «lfe> cipreHflion when «be finds tike really HASN'T • thliiB to wear!" MODERN MANNERS \Vluil lo ,|n and wlii'ii to rlo It — vvluit to nay anil wlipn to s;iy It—comprise the (MMicMits i,r our limiklt-t un .Mndcin Munnoi-K. NnilniiE nhoiild he no much n niiiiirr of prirlc wtin UH us dnlDB ll»' proper iliinst Ht tho propci- limp. We nil \vnnt to niHkp thp riKht iinr>rpHHion. Tlutt is why it is Important to give atten- tiuli to roiirlcouH iiliHcrvani'eH and soc;ial IdrmnlKicn. Thin little booklet tells you In a pimpli', dlrei't wny how to moot the everyday problems of social conduct— an authoritative guide to correct form for all occanlons. Ten cents postpaid. UHC This Coupon Thr Bakcrnficld Cnlifomiiin Information Hureau. ol« !-:.\c Pii-pr-t. N. K., U'HKhlnston <;), D. C. nrlnm; hrrewitli 10 cpnts in coin u-nrefully wj-ai>ped in paper) for a copy of the booklet Modern Manuels. HOLMES TRAPS THE VAMPIRE! A murdered nurse, a .sick woman being bled white by a vampire. To find out how Nhrrlwk Holmes solves this baffling mystery, tune in tonight at 8:00. Station KI'MC. Presented by the I'etri \Vine Company. San Francisco, California. 'All original Hones l.roiuJcaNl by Bpe permission uf the eKtatt of Sn" Arthur Conan /Joyle.) TOPS AT 2:3O MAT*DOM' wiesr POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT .. Slate (Mall to W«sl|in«ion. D. C.) Rt. Rev. Thos. J. Director of Catholic Charities and Hospitals Arch Diocese of Los Angeles TUESDAY 10:45 A. M. KPMC "Ix-t's Keep California Free' OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS MATURINO LINKLETTER 30 Vf< HEAR GOV. THOMAS L DEWET TONIGHT at 1 From OKLAHOMA CITY KPOonc/N.B.C IT'S FUN! Liittn tonight at lix G. I. romtoi put on their btlt t»l»- phon* "linti" and try to win a datt ARLENE ^, JIMMY FRANCIS WALLINGTON 9:00 p. m. KERN /DC> •'On """HIM* I 1 ^AMT TH/XT I TO .InlLDREK, oOOFV -IKE THAT ,.,/^CV-:^ i : r<' '•. ' •. i WHY MOTHERS GET GCAV ,• «. «j ; s • »•. 01R BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLB BUTZEN// IF COULD FORGOT DOT MUCH MONiEV ALTO6EDDER, I VOHILE IT ALL COMES PROFESSOR— >MN)ID BOLT OF LIGWT- I&RI6VAT HERE 6EHIMD TME. DEEP f^OTES I MiD IT AFTER- COIAIW6 HOfAE L(XTE Sou IT VOUR KEfVD OCTIFFS \ \ FOSTER'S A80\JED€R RtGH C .'_ y PRACTICE GUMPS Scrap Over Scrap By GUS EDSON THOSE ANTIQUE POORS-TOPS INTEREST ME.I'LL <SIVE >OU «25O. FOR THE PAIR- ACCEPT QUICK I CAN'T.' THEY WERE ON THE WM HOME FROM HMtK'S ROOST- CONSCIOUSNESS URNINd POWN »5OO iRAQU 3RTHO IRON- TOSS THOSE EYESORES OUT THE WIN7OW-THEY RErAINP ME OF THAT HOUSE OP HORRORS. VOU'RE >HREWP IPOUBLC SHREWP TRAPER- GASOLIXE ALLEY Easy Come, Easy Co KING TONIGHT, WE T YOU MEAN THAT YOU TAKE A TAX I WOULP TAKE OUT TO TUB APVANTACE OF A WILP GOOSE 1 HUS0ANP OVERSEAS, FOK A 0\T OFL SERGEANT A FLING. OUTGUESS vpue I FIGUEeP YOU'P COME OUT FI?ONT WAV TONIGHT, EXPECTING ME TO 0S AT THE I?£AI? POOl? AGAIN. TOUCH. LUC< ONC MOI?E. ' IS A WIFE SUPWSEP TO MOP* AT HOME BECAUSE H0e MAM G0T THE SAME PEAL THAT A FEW MILLION) OTHERS PIP.' /» WIFE C4W STAV ^T HOME WITHOUT MOPIMG. IF HE THINKS /WVTHlMG \ AT ANV Or HIS WIFE, HE OUGHT / RATE, TO BE CLAP SHE HAS A ( f ZEFee TO CHAMCE TO C6T OUT FOI? ] BE ALONE. A LrTTlE NNOCENT PL£*$UK£.jG001> WWT, SEWEANT PLOUGH. HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Just a Stroll By KDGAU MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS It All Help* WWELl, IT LOOKS AS IF FRECKLES HAS TMROWM LARD'S MAT IMTO THE POLITICAL RIN&, AIMING IT AT TME OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER OF ATMLETlCS AT SHAOVSIDE WISH- MEANWHILE, LARD IS WILLINGLY SUBMITTING TO A-DRAFT"/ WE'VE GOT TO PRINT SOMETHING GOOD ABOUT LARD IN *THE SK/DOO GET THE BANDWAGON ROLUN&./ WHY NOT MENTION/ HIS ACTIVIT/ ) GOOD / IN) SPORTS ? ALSO STRESS HIS / HAVE YOU PERSONAL MAGNETISM / ^l/AMVTMlNfl. TO ADD TO THAT. LARD? By MERRILL BLOSSER . COPR, 1944 BY Nt» ttKVICt. INC." T. M/R WELL, rr MIGHT NOT HURT TO MENTION THE FACT THAT MV MOTHEE WAS VERY FOND OF ME AS A BOY / T WASH TUBBS All Aboard By LESLIE TURNER WE EXPECT TO HAVE ALL THE PHILIP PINES BEFORE I/ERV LOMd, INFORMATION YOU 6ET FI&MSER6EAUT LINK MAY MAKE (T EASIER AND QUICKER TO FINISH THE JOB THEAREAOFKXJR SEARCH IS LAR6E AND THE C0UNTRV WILP, BUT MV PEOPLE WILL HELP YOU FIND HIM. <S<?OD LUCK. SIB.' THANKS/ CAPTAIM ALVAREZ! WELL...MV STUFFi ALL ABOARD... .-.TIME 6ET PETAILS FOREASX* MISSION ID THE PHILIPPINES, ANP HIS RETURN, ARE CAREFULLY W0RKEPOIT. THEM... RED RYDER Why Not, Sister? By FRED HARMAN WHAT AREA SPENDIW IT, BUT A "THEY DOINSI LOCAL COWBOY, RED WITH ALL AR1"DER,I5 'TRYIN5 TO 1HAT X 7>t8lft5CET'ErATO 51 /xA.C^^HTv ik\nc««r i»(i ,15O1VE HEARD' f RED RVDER-WHOEVER HE IS- BETTER NOT TRT TO* INTERFERE WITH W PLANS.' EH.' I^IGHTT 616 THERE, MISS.' PROPERTY DEVELOPED ON !N)DlAr) LANDS-TH' REDSMI^S HAVE ^AOI?E CASH THAN -THEI CAM SPEND.' ALLEY OOP Undercover Man By V. T. HAMLIN ^HE'S OOWEBFUL.AK1DTHE SLAVE _. CHAP^^XEASILYHETOSSED 521052 " H ° W )OUTTHATFLUK>ky, NrVHO LAUGHED /AN EYE OKI HIM SHHH .' ADDBESS ATHOUSAND PARDOM& SIRE.'I VvlAS CAKBIED EXCELUBOCV IMPORTAMCE K4EWS OFTHEMEVy»J WHAT I BOMS* / JSIT? --A RASCAL IF , EVEC1SAV/ ASEMTOFTHE

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