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IQ Wednesdoy, October 11, 1944 gfo gafetrsfiflb Californuin | THIS CURIOUS WORLD AIR PROGRAMS WKONKSDAV fi:OO lo «:30 p. m. KHUN — News; 6.15, Huns." by Lc-ni, r:,J!K\ KKi —Tmir tn Sm Ir xvitb 7;>M;r r : -i t'.f HI'MC—vl.-,lii;.l Ik.-itu-r: li i:,, .<,: r;i 'Jen. <5::<0 (n 7:0(1 p. m. KliRN—S|..Ml'Rht I:.,IH]S, I,.;..,. Cm ,net Mury Tcll.-r. KKt—Mr. l'iMrV> All'.nirv KI'MC— K.rcl .NiKhl.-i. ;:()(> lo "::<« |.. m. KKUX ri.i\!i,;.| ,1 i.,,,,1:1 fcui'.B; 7.11, Tnl M I!,.T,... KI-M—KH.Y K>MI i>:!, B n of .Mutual ]<p'-.\v!odC'\ KI'.V'* (iirnt M-.input 1 * in Sports; J:f'T, TiHl.iy'p \V;ir O>mm<'iit.i: > ; 7 lo, ljc\\f;i I'hon.na. 7:;<" In .S:fl(l n. ni. KKKN- -s. i ,:r,i<v AH;'.'. Kl-"I— Knv K'.-ir I' ..:• ,-< • •: II,.-. . ,1 Kli"« !<••!-•, KI'.Mi;—JO'KI ni'.kfr. SMHI In f):'fll p. in. Klili.V — \\••.;, 1, •!„. \V,,i ' i i,., Py -.1 j. I..MII .IP.I At" , i KM—Tl i- MM-, Mi"|-. f, !;, KI.-."W,.,>.| i,;,;..;,„: KI'.VC— Jan h'.ii-; v 1'.. \Vnlly. T.IT.... K:'tn In !»:(>(> p. in. 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KI'MC —S'lvri XniH.ni". GARY BRECKNER is the lucky person who, together with Larry Keating interviews top Hollywood stars Mondays through Fridays at 12:15 p.m. PWT, over the BLUE Network's "Hollywood Star Time." The program originates in the main dining room on the RKO-Radio lot. Constantin Baka- leinikoff'i 14-pitce studio orchestra and Larry Stewart, rising young film linger, furnish the music. /T'i A, BLUt Nf I WORK PROGRAM GRAND OPERA TONIGHT at 10 KPMC Presented by the San Francisco Opera Company and broadcast for your pleasure by SAFEWAY STORES * 40 PAGE OPERA BROADCAST PROGRAM FREE! Contains story of each opera, pictures of leading artists and all radio broadcast information. Write P. O. Box 3175, Zone 19 San Fr<j;;a'«o,/orFREE opera program AI>VI;UTIM;MKNT PEACE ON THE HOME FRONT Vote No on No. 12 HEAR Patrick W.McDonough Manager, McDonough Steel Co. KECA TONIGHT—9:45 TH I'KM DAY fl.no to 6:30 (i. m. KKIl.V- Mirth and Madness: 6:15, Democrats inr !>c-.vey. 6:30 tn 7:OO n. m. 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