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PROGRAMS ON THE AIR FOR WEEK END SATURDAY «:00 to fi::ill p. m. UK UN — Ro.Hton I'ofo s« mt>h'>!i>. Kl-'l — National B.HU IIJHILC. KI'MC — Chu nco Theater. (i:!tO tn 7:011 p. m. KKHX — Pr-ntine Bands; t> ;,;. Coronet QUIC Q|]I7. KFI— Can You Top T!v = ? KI'.MC — Ch ,.-:ik-n T|, r ,,ri. ;;(«! (n 7::iO p. m. KKHN— Ouy Lornl-M j .in .- .Mu»i>Al Auloci .iplif. KFI — I'-ilmoiiv- r.-.rty. KPMC — ""'.leal Mnn.T,'. * in S'p'iM?: 707. Kins O>'.» Tr.o, 7:1:,, Stan K' nt'in. 7 :.'*0 to WH>0 p. m. KHUN— The .Man c.iii.-d ,\. K FI — C-rain! i >V Op- y. KI'.MC- • I!-. I 1:>,H-. H:00 In 8:30 p. m. KrnX- --Kill I." AT:-,.-! '. 'in I >., • i 0 .Music. Kt'l — Truth cr Co-'sr-'in' net s. KI-MC— Pi.wnhrat Prrhy. KKii.V— J... :;i>-.l M.IVV-. > is. NC\VH. 8::t(l tn !l:ll() p. ni. KFT.-K'IMV Vi, :.:<•.. KI'.MC- 1' \.-':lient Di"-h\. 0:00 tn !l::<ll p. in. KKKN— l.-M' l'i'.R:am-. ;i IS, Th« K-irn . KKI — Sk r M MC— -Ni rv !!•• 'v«-.iod TI-.-jiTer- i i- . .- . '.' :.',, \\.-.kr I p Anv'lic'l. !'::;n tn 111:1111 p. m. . Kl-'l ..... \,--i^ '• C, T! M ] f . \|-, <•.-.:„ ;. v. KI'.MC— ^ iii-'e I'p America: P »:',. News 10:00 (o ln:H(l p. m. KFKX— Mil':,- l.y nil!. Kl- 1— I. nude, n I.cilfr: H):l",, Thp Unseen l>ii my. K.l'Mr — Pean Hmlson'K Orrhestn; 1C l!i, .lue lien-hinan's Orclii-slia. 10::iO tn 11:00 p. m. KKFi.V — Harry Owen," Or-lipy! ra. •vFI — N- H-S; loir,. St. Kr.iMl* }?(,t«-l <inh(vii\; ]n .;. ." Mutual Interlude. Kr.ML'--)!.nn:"iiy Hall. 11:00 tn 11:30 p. m. KIMiN— Th.s Mnv-ni: AVorld: IMS. Harry KILC nn'l IP-i mrhrslTii. KFI-— llfiu-y KIIIK'S llillrnine lloKl Ori hpf Ira. KI'MC— Now; n : nr.. Silver Nocturne. STANDARD HOUR ' Presents An Opera Season Preview of "MANON" * Starring * Licia Albanese Bruno Land! Conducted by Gaetano Merola • Sunday 8:30 P.M. KFI-KM J STANDARD OF CALIFORNIA TONIGHT BEETHOVEN'S SYMPHONY NO. 3 "EROICA" Played by the Famous fcOSTOA/ Serg* Koussevitzky-Conductor KERN— 5:30 P.M. BROUGHT TO YOU BY ALLIS- CHALMERS and your local Allli-Chalm*r> D«aUr Producing 1600 Form and Induttrlal Product! lholFurthtrAm«rican Good Living ll::«l tn 12:00 Midr.irht KliFiN"—H.M-rv Jamea Orchestra: n •.;,:,. Nrwp. KKI —Har:y .luniks an^ 11i» Casino 'iardrns c">r'-horfitT-a: 11:50, MUSMTII Interim*?.. KI'.MC — ^.hrr Nnrturn**. KIMDAY 7.00 tn 7:30 a. m. KVI--.V;i!:..nnl Radio Pulpit. KI'.MC— K, l-.r,e» fnr Vif-tnry. 7:30 tn 8:00 a. m. KKHN — nopiiel Trumpet Hour K I'!--- \VniXsi and Music; 7 oc». Ncwa. KI'.MC-.i-;.-hoes fnr Victory 8:00 to ft:30 a. m. Ki:tl\--rti.-ipel nt the Air. Kl-'l--The Internal I.lsht. KPMC- Wesley liadio l.eaeuc. H:30 tn 11:00 a. in. KKHN --IVII.S o[ Liberty. KI'l— W.-iUzp- Arrerka J.ovcs 8:45, KP.MC — Vf ii c of Prophecy. 0:00 tn 9:30 n. m. KF.IIN Chun.i by the Side- of the Itoad. Kl-'l—'"a vr-th Well«; 0:1"., Succenpful < ,;i i 'Icniiihr I" ".Mr —I'i;m ir.i Hour •I::i0 tn 10:00 a. m. Kl:l:V n-' Ini Sneetlnncl. <l:4. r ,, C'nii.trt Mir.ial'ire. K I I- Mi ndiMii-i lire liehlia KPMC -Lutheran llnni. 10:00 tn 10:30 a. m. K i:i:\--.)..r.n U. Kennedy; 10.15, C;eorgc Ili« Us K.-pi'i UMK KKI--I.avrnnn'.T Yipwn of the News; 111:1 r,. NVws Period KP.MC — Newt. 1C l.V Homance of the HiKllWH VS. 10:30 In 11:00 n. m. K Cl: N" -S;i iTiniy Kaye's Tunfcep Serenade: Ii' .''". Leiiind Slowe \Vith Your Sninla.- News Kxtlfi. Kl-'l Mns;.1,1 Miles.!,men. KI'MC- -Monkey Hall. 11:00 lo 11:30 n. in. KI:R\ - -fhaplain- .lim. U. S. A. KKI—-Tlmi-. We Love. KI'MC —Hand Cornell. 11:30 to 17:00 Noon K Kit N --F.'-mrn-iber. KFI-- We.iinnjliouhi; I'rosiani With John i 'ha i -leu ThnimiH KI'Mc'-'Tiilly lli-Ki'is 1 OnlK'inra; 11:15. i '.i JIN i y I "hnr'i^ I'J:00 In I'!:30 p. m. KF.11N I.-Men. Hie Wuiil'-n: KFI—Woild "uia.l- KPMC — Chapel II,nn. l'!:30 to 1:00 p. m. KF.R.V- MIHH llallic. KFI -This IK the Army Hour KPMC- Kad:o Hihln Clasf. 1:00 to 1:3U p. m. KI'.RN —Pans for Dough. Kl-'l—Thi* Is the Army Hour. KP.MC—Lee Ciistle'H Orchestra. 1:30 (n 2:00 p. m. KKRN—World of Kong. Kl-'l—Peirr dn Lima; 1:45, Sam Baiter in "KI-/.IIIB Up the NowB." KI'.MC—Young Peoplo's Church of th« Air. !!:0fl tn 3:30 p. m. Ki:it.\-Mary Small .Show. KFI —NHC .Symphony llrchestrn. KPMC—Pentecostal HnllnesN Church. •i:'M to 3:00 p. m. KKRN—Hot Cony. Kl-'l —NHC .Symphony Orchestra. KI'.MC—Chinch of Christ. 3:00 In 3:30 p. m. Ki;i!N—nndio Hall of Fame, to 4. Kl-'l— Catholic Hour. KP.MC—Quick an a Flash. 3:30 to 4:00 p. m. KFI—News Period; 3:4j. nenorU From the Bnltlefronl. KPMC—Upton Clone; 3:45, Dick Brown. 4:00 to 4:30 p. m. KF.rtN—Young People's Hour. KFI—.7 ii c It Benny. KI'MC—San Franc-inco Opera, 4:30 to 5:00 p. ni. KKH.V—Pcven ruiy» In a World at War; 4:45. Muulr. K I'M —Fitch BnndwaKon. KPMC—San Frane.i«co Opera. 6:00 to 5:30 p. m. KKPiN—Mufilcal Portraits: G:1R, Music. KFI — lOrlRar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy. KI'.MC—Sunshine Cnspel. 5:30 tn 11:00 p. m. KKRN—Ncw«; 64.1. Drew 1'earson. KFI—-(.IIIK Man's Family. KP.MC—King Cole Trio; 5:43. Gabriel llcaltc-r. (1:1111 lo 0:30 p. m. KF.RN—.lei Ben's Journal; «:IB. chamber Music Society. KFI - -Manila t tun Merry-(jo-Ko\lhd KPMC— Songs of Freedom; 6:15. Freedom'* Fighting Men. 0:30 to 7:00 p. ni. KKHN 1 —riuimlirr Music Society; li:tfi. Jimmy AVielder. KFI — Americ.cn Album of Familiar MUKiC. KP.MC —Cedrlc roster; 6:45. Columbuf Hoy Choir. 7:00 lo 7:30 p. m. KEIiN—7Jfo of Hlley. KKI —Hour of Charm. KPMC—Gospel (Jleaners. 7:30 lo 8:00 p. m. KERN—Keep Up With th« World. KFI—Jackie Gleason-Les Tremayne Show. KPMC—Foursquare Oiwpel. 8:00 tn 8:30 p. m. KKRN—Greenfield chapel Service; 8:15, i Dorothy Thompson. i 1CKI — The Oroat aililcrsleeve. i KI'MC—California Melodies. QUIZ QUESTIONS THE FUN BEGINS AT 3P.M. SUNDAY 8::iO tn 0:00 p. ni. KKIt.V— Quiz Kir|!>. KKI— Th<- Stanrjard Hour. KI'.MC— Tnnicht at llontry'M. »:00 to 9:30 p. m. KKUN — :Stop or Co. KKI— Thf Slan.lnrrl Ur>ur. KI'.MC — NPWH; fl:ir f . Cai'lolrrrs. !t::iO la 10:00 p. m. KKTIN — News: 9:15, MUFio fnr Sunday KvrninK. KKI — .lark Bonny Rrhrnnili ast. lv I 'M(J — I Inni.'i n Advrnl ilrr. 1(1:00 to 10:.'fO p. m. Kl;p.\'--Vir-(riry Hour. KKI— The HeporlT; 10'15. Clinpfl .South . i ! — uM-Kai'hinnfl'l Tievlval. l(l::!0 tn 11:00 p. m. KKI'.N— The r.lclfic Rlory. Kl-'l— Inmiln the .N>w«; iO:<3, A OK i M :in Screii.'irlr. KI'Mi ' — Olil-Kiifhinnpil n«-vivnl. 11:00 to 11:30 p. m. KKI5N- Ti-.| Wrf-ms fire li.'sl r :i. Kl-'l— K.li.-MMilh Hour N«WK; 11:15. I ';('•'!"!( Si fi!-.\-. KI'MC- \.-«-«; 11 -Or,. Silver N.irliirnr. II::il) to 12:00 ^litlnisht KHUN- -Hi-idBo (n Oreii mMinil. KKI -- l':if,fi<- Slory; 1I-4T, Musi'- •u thf \,i;lil; ll::,.1. Mn.-iriil Knc-nrcs. KP.Mi ' — Hllvr Nm-liirnr. MOM1AV fi:«0 tn 0:30 a. m. KK.I'.N—Mirth and Madnonx 6:30 tn 7:00 n. m. KRItN—MiiBlcal Revellle: (i:15. The Willartl Mcssongcr; 6:50. Munir. KPMC—Muuleal Clock; (1:55, On the Kann. 7:00 lo 7:30 a. m. KK.IIN — N>\vn; 7:15. Martin AcrmiHky. KI'.MC—NeWB: '7:15, MolodipH of 'J'odny. 7:30 to 80:0 a. m. KKIIN—Jamen Abhe Obnerves; 7:15. Air LanR Trio. KP.MC—Top Tunes; 7:<0, \Vpill'« X.nvs; 7.ir,. Nnws. 8:00 tn 8:30 n. ni. KI-:U.\ — FlCPtwood Lawtoii; S:lj. Vi'.tory MarchCH. KI'.MC—Whnrly Valli-y Folks. 8:30 to 0:00 a. m. KKRX— Bi-c-akfaKt Club. KPMC— Ilappv Juo ami H.'ilnh; 8:<,j. Ill Your N't mhhorhood; 8:00, l.ani anil iJmKor. 0:00 to !):30 n. m. KKK.V—Xrws of tlic World: !i in, Loral NI>WH; 8:15. Thf Wiiiuxn'H Piiee. KI'MC'—Houkc Carter; !l:l."p. Names and I'liir-ox In the News. 0:30 to 10:00 n. m. KK.IIN— HroakftiKt at KardiV. jvl'.MC—Midland. II. S. A.; 0.15. Amazlnc' .Ipnnifer I.OKUII. 10:00 to 10:30 a. in. KKIt.V—Tmiy .Morse; 10.15, Jack Berch and ilia Boys. KPMf—Ncwm; 10:15, T, I-I-J-'H House Tarty. 10:30 to 11:00 n. in. KKRN—My True Stury; 10:GJ. Tlip Aunt Jemima Show. KI'MC—TIPS Krnm TihljeltB; 10:15. American Woman'w Jury. 11:00 to 11:30 n. m. KKIIX—DaukhaBe Talking; 11;15, Island Melodic*. KPMC—Odftn and Kndf From Newherry's; 11:15, Walt7 Time. 11:00 to 17:00 Noon KKHN— rialtnour Manor. KP.MC — Nornian cloutier; 11:45, Kkyllnc Sorenailr-. 13:00 to 13:30 p. m. KRUN — NVWK of thp World: lS:ln, T,ocal NPWB; r::l!i, Hollywood Star Timp KI'MC--News; 12;ln. .Noon Time Nock Onts. 12:30 tn 1:00 p. m. KKRN — nptu-een the J.lnefl: 12.45. Ki'iran'n Corner. KPMC--Country Commentator: 12:15, Mimic. 1:00 to 1:30 p. m. KKKX—Sam HajPH; 1:15, Rob Nichols. KPMC—Walter Compton; 1:15, Open House. 1:30 tn 2:00 p. tn. KK.It.V—Time VIRU-R thp News; 1:45. Hiidrly T\\-isfi; 1 :,"if>. News. KPMC-—T) be annoutn-ed; 1'45, Handy Mill). 2:00 to 2:30 p. in. KK.P.N — When a <!irl Marries; 2:15, Port ia faces Life. KP.Mi:—Fin r-B nnd Places In thn News; 2:15. Mutiny on the High Seas. 2:30 to 3:00 p. m. KKRX—VVhafn Doin'. Ladies? KP.MC—l j ay Roll Guarantee; 2:45. Easy Rhythm 3:00 tn 3:30 p. m. KKRN"—Arpointment With Life KP.MC. 1 —Griffin Reporting: 3:15, Lost Empire. 3:30 to 4:00 p. m. KKRN—Music; 3:45. Mllnd Trobadour. KP.MC--Musical Matinee; 3:45. Johnson Family. 4:00 lo 4:30 p. in. KKHN—News of the World; 4:10. Local News; 4:15. Report From Pacific; 4:45. O'aniorous Yesterdays in Old ' !rt llfornin. KPMc 1 —Fulton Lewis. Jr.; 4:15. Heal Lif« StoileB. 4:30 tn r>:00 p. m. KKHN--Andy and Virginia; 4:43, Hop I Ian iKa n. KI'.Mi'—Win-Id's Front Pane: 4:45, Symphonic .Sv.-inK. 5:00 to .5:30 p. m. KKHN'—Terry and the I'liules, 5:15, Pick Tia.cy. KP.MC—Ch'ck Carter; Fi;15. Superman. »:30 to t!:00 p. m. KKHN—.TatU Armstrons; 6:45. Captain Midnight. KP.MC—Adventures of Tom Mix; 5:15. Night News Wire. OUT OIK \\A\ By J. It. WILLIAMS THIS CURIOUS \VORLD By WILLIAM FERGUSON SUCH AS HALIBUT, -ARE NOT BUT BEIN& COMPRESSED ...WHILE THE HORIZONTALLY FLATTENED KAYS AND SKATES ARE NOf WHVARE CATBIRDS CALLED BY THAT NAME ? HI&H UP IN THE COLORADO ROCKIES THERE ARE FULL,- GROWN WILLOW* ONLY TWO INCHES TAU_. 10- 7 T. M. MO. 0. 8. MT. OFF. ANSWER: Became of thrlr ratllhe call. FUNNY! 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