The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 14, 1944 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Saturday, October 14, 1944
Page:
Page 8
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PROGRAMS ON THE AIR FOR WEEK END SAM KIMY ii:0<l (n li::!(l p. in. K rn.v— r • i,.n !•.-•,., *•. 'i--i.v • •• KFI— \:i'. .11. >l H.,..n I',,- - ... Ki'MC — ' Tr .iy.» T). -.-!(• - . ii::l(l it, . n'll p. in. KI:I1V— Sp..:::,!,! I!.. IK!;.; ....... C"rrn.>t Ou;r I)-: • • K ri .-(-.,M Y..M T'.n Til - ? KI'.MC— Ch • iu i I'lii- -iti r. ~:l«l to 7::tll p. in. K'KFSX — t;:iv I ,uin ! i;i : il. '.- .M i i.- . .1! •> ut'.i:: ,i;.!is. Kl- I • I-,. •:!•.. 1 ve r.,rty. KI'MC — c;i.ii; Mi . n !•;.'« In S|..;l«. 7 "7. K:l:p Cule Tl '.. I !,.. J-1MI K'Mi'ill. 7:311 tn K:(MI p. m. 1v liriN' — 'I <-f Man r.lleii .\. M-'l — C.i .:,.! <^f 0;:|>. Kl'Mi. - -:-:-,l !:-..:••:. N.nO In K:Hn p. m. K!'.l:\ -U.-.iiv ,\i'-!»:.n I'.ime Xlu:-.;. K i i •— '1 i u: h ..r c 'i" f-i]ii> r. .-•<. i-:r.\ic— DI...I !•!.. it 1 1. -i.... d'.lll In 11:00 p. m. l.rn\ -T.. I;.- ; -..,,i ( ' -! ., , N,- KS ' flroo in !)::<n p. m. •-. r.\:c-~ \. -,v«. :> ; -, . 'i:M Id 111:00 p. in. Krr.V- K. ii K .,1,1 '....• •! r V-:. I <|,, i. i 1 : — '•'• ••- i i: 1 1. - K MV i ..;.!.•.. Ki-Mc.- — ,\ ,k. I'p .\:>' i-' , . " !.'.. Nr'iv ;O:CM> In 111:110 p. m. K i:!:x--; ...i . ,,. \\ ,., \\ . ,;.• J-. '.-•:- T. ..,.!^, I ..-.(i. , ; in-i;,. Tho KVM' ' -I'.-,., i(,:'.N',- '<• 0-. 1 ..... " , l'. !.",. .)"<-. i:. i, h! .-in'* i n, .'if-n.-i. 1o : ;«i tn 1 1 :00 p. m. 1 I :0(l In I I :SII p. tn. K!:i:\- T 1 ..- .M..-. i,-_- \\,,ii,i. u K,. '•. !••: ' 'h-i,? \'-!J-s V-, 1 , r I, ,'M !' n "'' ''' Kl' •,;,•_ •-,, ,, .. ] ; ,', . <-• h ,., .\,,,.| UM ,n. Il::m lo l-.':0n Miilniehl K!:':v --l-i.Trny LI..!... Vs 0,. hi.«fa- M ..' " N> v, K!^: — II :• • •• .i., i , -. t MI h. MI-.-I ; 1 1 .ii. K! .'•!''--; S : V '. ;• *\<< iijii-.c ^1 M)\Y <i;00 |« «:!.-, ». m. Ki.liN—C ; .. :;. ,.t ..,:.. -1 , ,, ; . ,,,.:;„!,. 7:110 In •,::!() a, m . K '•:i;V.-r.i; v .i-v r::i; '^. ri lu; h K l i— .S.i i -m.i! Jlii'i u IV:lp '. KI'Mi.'— I-,, hi,,-. Ic.r '.".• l..r>. 7::iO In K:0ll H. in.S iri.'P.N—i ; -i" ! Ti limp. I lln.n K i-M -\\ • •;.. :,T:,| Mn~ . . 7 I',. MII^I.- Kl'.'.!':— L h.,'s for \~" l.nv. «:0fl lii K::i(l ii. 111. K l:i:\- '"liri;,, i (,1 !!„. \,| KFI —Tl. Kir-ma) I.ichi Kl'.\ii' -\\,--!. > Hail... |...,,|;:i,v «::«) to l):0<) n. in. Hi-:i(N-R.-n..< i.f i-'iifiiv. DON'T MISS the quiz program that the critics call ... the listeners' delight" ./ t class from opening to close" "considerable listener appeal" 'welcome news" QUICK A FLASH ' ' STARRING- KEti ROBERTS RAY BLOCH'S ORCH. —and this Sunday's famous guest detective Listen SUNDAY, 3:00 P. M. KPMC Kl'l —Sui-fr.».«fiil Gardening; 8:43. .Vrwr" Period. KI'.MC—Voiro of Prophecy. HK)0 hn 9:30 a. m. K|.:ilN--rhiin:h by Ihv Sirt" of Ih^ Hr.ati. KTI--1 inv..TKity of Chicago RounrHable. KI'.MC—I'lliirun Hnor. ll::tn tn 10:00 a. m. KKHN — Uoi lor S«-(<t!t land. 3.4i. ''oii'fTt Minilitur,'f». K KI-- st i arlivM ri OrrheMra. KI'.MC—Luilicrun Hour. 10:00 to 10:30 n. m. KKRX— John B. Konnnily: 10 IS. "iporgr. UickH Heportinp. KKI—l.nynian'a Virws of the N>wo; !":!:'., .V'.'iva J'eriod. KI'Mr'—N'r-ws; l(i:U. Romance of H'-KhwaM;. 10:»0 tn 11:00 a. m. KKUN—Sammy Kaye'w Tuniffr p*>rona,lp; I",",. Vi.ur Sunday News Uxtra with I."I.IIU| StllWP. Kl 1-.-.Mn-u al MilpKlonrn. KI'.MC—llnokcy Hull. 11:00 to 11:30 n. m. KKU.S-- riiaplum Jim. K. S. A. KKI —Thoso AVr l^ovr KI'.Mc.:--Hainl Cnmeri. II ::<0 to r,':Clfl Noon Ki:i:\- !i,. rn , -inlvr. 1\ 1'1 -\\'. fit ni^hnu^.? Prngram with !..|.n ch;iikv Tlioniai^. KI'Mc'—Hilly Motors' Diihchlra; 111.",, I ';n,a i >• (•hiirus". r.':oo tn r;::io p. m. Kl-:ll.\.-.|lall Mark'.". ("hai'loUf. Gicrn- U-,,,,l Show. KKI \\'..r!'t I'ara'l" KI'.MC- Cllap,.| Hum. 1?:30 to 1:00 p. in. Kl-:i:.\—Miss Hnttir. Kl'l --Tliis l.« Ilin Army Hour. KI'.MC'— HlHllO Il'hln CIllHH. 1:00 tn l::i(l p. m. K MIX- Dai l.- fur DciuKli. Kl-'l Til's Is l|,o Army lluijr. KI'.Mc.-—Yciur Alncnrii. !::«) lo '^:0(l p. m. KKKN—World iif SOIIK. KKI -- l'<>i"i i|. Lima; l I:,. Sam Baiter ,11 "Si/ilic I'ji Ihf. NPWH " KI'Mc'—Yc.uni; IVoplv's Church of the; Air. •!:0fl to i:»ll p. m. KWIN —Mary Small Shciw. Kl-'l -- UMiiphc.ny (itrlirmrn. KI'.Mi. 1 —I'LIIII... r.stal llnlini.K.i Chuich. ::»! tn .1:00 p. m. KKIIN- Hi.i c'l.py. K I-'I--S\ in phony CD, M..SI ra. K I'M'' — -c'liurc h n( Chrisl. .'1:011 to ,::((! p. in. KKII.S'- I! , Hall ,.1 |.-am,.. In 4. K l-'|. i-alli,,|.,. II.,ilr KI'.Mc- 411,,-k as a |.-|I,H|I. :<::<o tn t:oo p. m. KTI \i«v I'riii'.ll; :)'4:i l(r.|i,irts I-'IIMH HIP llmllp Kronl. Kl'.Mc'—I'litiin cini-p. :;:<;,, liirk Brown. •1:00 lo 4::tO p. m. KK.ll.S-—Yimou I'r-iiplf'K Hour. KKI--.la. k Hi nny. Kl'.Mc 1 —(Jlcvfln rid Sy n i phony. t::t(l to fi:00 p. m. KKftN 1 —St'VPii Day." tn a World al War; •It.",. Kt'iii t:onrlly (Jluh of AfJulL lllinil. K|.-|- Klt.-h nandwaKon. KJ'.MC—CMovclund t-'ym phony. MONDAY n:00 to (i::<0 n. in. KI-:il.S-.—Mirth mid Maclnc.su; C.15, I Jfinocrii IH for Dcnvpy. (1:80 lo 7:OO n. m. KHUN' -Mn«i<-; 11:45. Tho Wlllard MpHHcniici-; 6:50, Music. KKI--Tnm ("HVPIIB: fi:4ri, NPWH KI'Mr—ilimical Clock; 6:D5. On Iho l-'ann. 7:00 to 7:ilO ». m.. KhnN— Nnn«; 7:lfl. Mai tin AKroniiky. KKI— (ii-iiomu Klulc-hor; 7:15, Klcetwciod La wton. KP.MC— .\i.w»: 7:15. Melodies of Today. 7::iO to R:OO H. m. KKHN-- Inn" Milip Otlservon; 7.45. A., l.nnn Trio. 'Mi JCI--; -ll<,vii.lh- itiiunclup; 7:45. Duvld I In run . KI'Ml.'--T-|i Tunes; 7:40, Welll's Newi; 7:45. News 8:00 to R:XO a. in. Klcn.S" -Fli'L-lwowl Lawton; 8:15, Victory Marc-heii. 1C I'l— Johnny Murray; 8:15, T. B. lilnkinlon. K ['.Me-Shady Valley. Folks. H::«> In !l:00 a. m. KKIl.S--- lirc-akfliM Chili. K!•-(- --Albrr'u HumeniakGra Hour; fi:45. liavid Harum. KI'Mc'—Happy .Tnp nnrt Ttnlph: S.4. r ,. In Your NelBhhnrhood; S-o.-*, Lanl nnd Ginger. 0:00 to 9:110 a. in. KKIi\—NI-WH of tho World: '.1:10, l.ne-«l Kt-wa; li:10, Tho Wuman'a 1'aKC'. Presents An Opera Season Preview of "FAUST" This is Mutual * Starring * Vivian Delia Chiesa Raoul Jobin Ivan Petroff Thelma Votipka Hertha Glaz Roberto Silva FOR SATURDAY NIGHT Conducted by Gaetano Merola Sunday 8:30 P.M. KFI-KM J 9:00 P. M. IT'S A BLUE NETWORK PROGRAM LET "Things Worth While" Brighten Your Life KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY Brighten Your Home Tbn Home Uu«lit>r. Htylr and Beauty in tfuriillurr 625 Nineteenth Street Phone 4-4711 TONIGHT Foote's Suit* for Strings Diamond's Symphony No. 2 Played by the Famous fcOSTOA/ Serge Kous««vitxky— Conductor KERN— 5:30 P. M. BROUGHT TO VOU •¥ ©ALLIS- CHALMERS •ad your local Alllt-ClMliMM Producing 1*00 Form and ludwitriol Preriu<l>fha«Furrh*rAmtHconO«odliv<iif KFI—News. 9.n"i. Kdward Jorgcn»on: 9:15. Larry .Smith. KI'Mc;—Hoake Caller: 8:15. Nampi ami Plari-B. U:30 to 10:00 a. m. KKR.V-— Kipakfast at Hardi's. KKI —Nr-.va. 9:40. Magazine 1'ase; 9:)3, r.onny .Nlnnsfiplcl. KI'Alc- -Midland. U. S. A.. 9.43. Anmzinff Jennifer j^ORan. 1(1:00 to 10:30 n. m. Ki;i!.-.'--Tmiy Morxe: 10:15. Jack Horih and Hin Roys. Kl-'I- -\f)'<.-* of fi Nation; 10:15. Peter dc» Limn'?* CJofdnipB. Kl'.Mf—News. 10:15. Terry's House 1'arty. 10:30 to 11:00 n. m. *CKRX—Mv True .-<toryi 10:55, The .Aunt Jirnima Show. KFI —Aura .Mary: 10:45, Art Hakrr. Kr.Mf—Tips Friim Tibhfttn; lli:40. Aniernun Woman's Jur>. 11:00 to 11:30 a. m. KKHN— Haukhasn Taliiiln:, 11:15. iRlllIKl Mc-lfXliPK. KFI ---CciidmB LiKht; 11:15, Today's f 'Iiililff n. Kl'.Mc: -cWcJn aiifl Kndn From Nevvhci rv'n; 11:15. \\allz 'J'inie. 11:30 to 12:00 Noon Kl;H.V clamour .Manor. KKI —Women m M'lute: 11:15, Hymns. KI'MC— Nnnnan Cloillir-r: 11.45. Kiunmy Knyp. 5:00 to 5:1)0 p. m. KKHN--Miisn-al 1'oitrailn; 5.IS. MUJIC. Kl-'l — IvlKiir BeiKen anil Chalhe Mc-Curtliy. KI'MC—Sunshine f'.oHitel. n:HO lo 0:00 p. m. KKHN—r.eorse Fenneman; 6:45, Drew I'oarHon. KKI—One Man'o Family. KI'MC —King Colo Trio; C:45, Gabriel llcutter. '1:00 lo (1:30 p. in. KKKN — .lersi-n'H Journal: G:15, Ho|].\'\voo«l MyHtery Time. KFI—Manila I (un Men y-cjo-llouncl. KI'MC—.Son«.» of Frnc-rtom; 6:15. Freeclom'* KiBhtliiK Mf/n. Il::i0 to 7:00 p. m. KKFtN — Hollywood Mystery Time; 6:15. Jimmy Fidler. KKI — American Album of Familiar Munlr. KI'.Mr—cvdrii: Fnntcr; C.45. Columlius Boy Choir. 7:00 lo 7:30 n. m. KKHN —Life; of llilc-y. KFI—Hour of rharin. KI'.Mc^—Uoapol Cli.-iiiK-rK. 7:30 to KMIII p. m . KKHN — KPCII I'p Wuh the. U'nild. Kl 1 '! — Jii«:-kie (iloji^on-Les 'J'n-m;i\ne Show. KI'MC— Foursquare r; us [it 1. H:00 tn 8:30 p. in. KKHN—rJiTi-nfiplcl c'hupH ,S<-r\ne; * \~>. I>orothy Thomson. KFI- Tho Hreat I ; I lilc'l ,-|i I'Vf. KI'.MC —California Melodic*. 8:30 to 0:00 p. in. KK|i.\'..-Quix. Klein. KFI—The Sliindnrcl Hour KI'.MO-ToniKht at HoiiB.v's. U:00 to 0:30 n. in. KICHN— Stop Or Co. KKI—The Standard Hour. KI'MC—News; »!):1G. Ou'loleers. 0:30 to 10:00 n. m. KKHN"—Nowa: !i-45, AliiBic for Sunday KveninK. Kl'T — Jack Benny Rebrnadc'ant. KI'MC—Mysterious Traveler. 10:00 lo 10:30 p. m. K KHN—Vlc-tory Hour. KFI—Tho Reporter; 10:15, Chapel Quartet. KI'MC- Old Fashioned Revival. 10:30 to 11:00 p. m. KKHN—Tho Pacific Story. KFI--tnn!<le the NPWH; 10:45, South Arneriran Rerenacle KPMC—Old Fashioned Revival. 11:00 to 11:30 p. m. KHIW—T.-cl Weems' Orc-healia. KFI- —Klc'vrnlll Hour News; 11:15. racifie Story. ' KJ'.MC—News; 11:05. Silver Nocturne. 11:30 to 12:00 Mlilnlnht KKHN—Hiidh'e to Dreamland KFI —Pacific, Story; 11:45. Muni- In the NiKht; ll:.',. r >, Mu«icnl Kncores. KI'Mc:—Silver Nocturne. 1-4:00 to 1?:30 p. in. KKP.N— N-w« of the World: 12.in. !.o-al Ntivs; 12:1.",, Hollywood iilar Time. KKI--Ncion Farm Reporter; 12:15, Ma IVikniH. Kl'.Mc: —NCWH; 12:15, Noon Time Nock l nils. l'J:SO to 1:00 p. m. KKHN - Het\vi ••!! tho j^inea; 12:15, K u i na H'.T c N'i'ner. Kl-T — Pepper VouiiK'a Family; 12,l."i, Ii it-lit to Hnniiliipsa. KI'Mc"-Countrv Coniun-ulalor; 12:15, Musk'. 1:00 (o 1:30 p. in. KKUN---S:im Hayes: 1:13. Knh Nidiuli. KFI —IlarkmaKe Wife; 1:15. Stella Imll.iy. KPMC—\Valler Compton; 1:15. Open 1 louse. 1:30 to 3:00 p. m. KKI'.N" — Timn Viewn til.- News: 1 15. liuddy T^VlaH: 1 ."iO, l-;d Joiuensnn. K l-'l--I.nrer.xn Jones; 1 4*i. ^'(jinii; \vidrler Mroivn KPMC—HtMdlincs to Harmony. 2:00 to ".:'M n. ID. KKRN"—When a Gill Marries: 2:15. Portia K.-nea Life. KFI —Win-i ii (iirl Marrii's; 2:15, Port 1.1 Faces I.He KPMC Haudv Man; 2:15, Mutiny on the H'l-'li Sens •Z:'M tn 3:00 P. m. KKHN- -What's Horn' Ladies' KFI— Jimt Plain Hill; 2;l.'i, Front-Paec Farri'll. KP.Mf—Pnyrnll c'.ua i anleu ; 2:45, Easy lihythiii. 3:00 tn 3:30 p. in. KKRN --Arpointiiient \\'nh I.ifi: KFI — lio.-id of l.ile; 3-15. Slur PliiyhoiiKp KI'MC" -Griffin Rcpoiling; r!:15, Loit Krnpire. 3:30 lii 1:01) p. m. KKIt.N--.Mi.si.-; 3.45. Bliml Trouliadour. K KI IvnsriiKii > : II.-15. Woman ot" America KPMC-- Musical Matin'-c; :i:45, Johnson Family. 1:00 to 4:30 p. m. KKr.X — News ot Iho World; 4:10. T.ocal N.uvs: -1 ir>. licpot't From Pai-ifit ; 4 -".. C.IMIH,rous YeKterclays in Old c '.iIifoniLi. Kl'l Hoclor Kale; l:ir>. News of tlie Wm lii. KKPMC--rulicin Leu-is. Jr.; 4:1.1, Real Life SiuncH. 1:30 to ri:00 n. m. Ki:i;\ - -Andy and S'lrBinia; 4;lu. Hop llari-njan. KKI—AH Hakcr'B Nolehook. Kl'.Mc:—World's Front 1'ime; 4.15. S>-inphonir SwinK. r>:00 lo ft:30 p. m. Ki;itN—Huii<ler» of the World Ahead— 1 Ier:tld-Tt ihiine l-'oi-iim. KFI--0. K for Heleaxe; 5:15, News Period. KI'Mc:—Chlcli Carter; 5:15, Superman. .->::!<> to li:UO p. m. K10HN—lluililei-n of the World Ahead— Herald-Tribune Forum. KPMC -Adventures oi Tom Mix; D:4a, iSisht News Wire. THESE WOMEN! By d'ALHSSIO "Unn't net etcUfd, folkm I'm mil imirricil. 1 just twisted my tinkle'!" FUNNY BUSINESS By HEUSHBEKGKK MONA LONA THE MYSTIC "She t«llH everyone they're nnliirkj- lit cunlx—mill urnrrx it!' I'OI.II-'I'AI, AIIVKKTIMCMKNT rdl.llK Al AIIXCKI TEXANS! Listen to Senator W. Lee O'Daniel (Pass the Biscuits, Pappy) and His Hillbilly Boys in a Program Sponsored by The Democrats for Dewey Every Morning Mondays Throughouturdays KERN-6:15-6:30 OUT OUR WAX By J. R. WILLIAMS VES--AvM' BE IN' AROUND 1CU IS ME CO THAT/ WHEN HE GRABBED VOL) I THOUGHT, WOULDN'T IT BE UNPATRIOTIC TO WALLOP A GUY IN UNIFORM? WOULD I GIT IN TROUBLE WITH TH' GOVER MINT? WOULD- WELL, STILL THIKJKIN' ' OVERHEARD .SO AM 1--ANCTM GONNA KEEP OK) THINKIN' TILL HE'S AT LEAST A COUPLE BLOCKS AWAY FROM MV TERRIBLE TEMPER.. ME WONDERING WHV A HUSK LfKE HIM ISN'T OVER OUT ALWAVS THOUGHT f=ORE I SPC SELF CONTROL OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLB VOli PWlNS SNEAKS THOUGHT ^ou'o DISCOVER /vw IDEA 8V SEARCHING THE t X Q/"\rt JVTrtOk// LJdLJ UCt . MACK LEYS GO/ IT'S PROBABW A LAWDlMS STR\P FOR, PEOPLE- WO FALL OUT OF PADOl RB SUlLOlMS PLEASE WHILE. X WORK OUT M.V BRAIN CwlLD-.—THERE'S MOTHlNiG. IN THW 8AS, MACk, BUT UPHOLSTERED DEVELOPING T11E GUiMI'S Look Who's Back By GUS EDSON BO •WHAT?" WE'RE COMIN4 \ YIPPEE.' IS INPORA ) EVERVBOPV LANPIN6-.' J HAPPV?' GASOLINE ALLEY Calm Down, Pop By KINO V£S, SHE'LL K AIL eiGWT. THWE'S NOTHING TO csr eycireo ABOUT. SHALL t PHONE POC AND GET HIM OVSK HEK5 E»T voue SHE POESN'T NEED DOC. 4 AND IF I WERE WOULDN'T W0(?l?v. WHAT'S THE MATTER, PHVLLIS1 IS SHE ALL ISN'T NINA COMING DOWN TO Bf?£A<FAST ill THIS MORNING f WO, WALT, SHE DECIDED NOT JO. ItOOTS AM) HER RUDDIES Telling Him By EDGAR MARTIN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Womanly WHAT AREVOU GONNA DO, HILDA? By MERRILL BLOSSEB WELL, I'M GOING TO LOOK FOE HIM . ANYWAY/ HILDA, YOU'LL FREEZE/ THAT WATER is AWFULLY COLO/ YOU WERE RKSMT—AND DON'r STAND WERE LIKE A DOPE/THROW ME A COAT OR SOMETHING / .—-COPP. 194* BY ME* SERVICE. IHC. T. M. HtC. U. S. PAT. WASH TUBBS B ASV is QUESTIONED I ATLEN6THBV CAUTIOUS S6T. LINK. THEN... I Getting Settled TH^kWlcS AFRAWWB^ 6EB6EANT. HAVEN'T MUCH TO \ AND X WANT TO OFFER A 6UEST, ) HANO IT TO YOU . CAPTAIN, BUT WE'RE / FEILA5 R3R HOLOIN6 PLENTX (3LAO TO / OUT SO LOM6 IM SEE YOU J y( TWSJMMMFESTfD, COUMTRVJ By LESLIE TURNER WEARBKtMPA / nt7,auT5i* w— — OUTNUMBERED ON TH ( AMERICAN ) BY THE WAV, I 16LAND,StH...lFI<SURC\CI<3ARET5! /BROU6HTACRATE ABOUT23,000TO i.so ^>—r—r -x o'-SUPPLIESwtMAY WE'RE IMCLIHEOTOKEEP JT^BMoSwwS IN TH' 8ACK6ROUNO S ' \ «END A FEW MEN Af TE« 'EM V 1 FILIPE ispue ANV r <sooo: MINUTE. HE CAN 6IT j THIS ROU6H CEftTAIW NATIVES / MAP SHOULD HELP HIM FIND IT RED KYUEK Not So Fast, Sister By FRED BARMAN FIREWATER IRL NOT HOOT-Ur\ RED RYDER/ E'S SLIPPED AROUrtD BEHIND ALLEY OOP First Assignment By V. T. HAMLIN THAT WAS EASY/ WE JUST KNOCKED THE KEEPER IF YOU KNEW ALLEY BEFO HE LOST HIS cNAEMORX HOW'D HE SET INTO THIS KEEPCR OP-THE-CATS BUSINESS? I CAN IMAGINE/ BUT LOOK.IVE I GUESS <RIASON TO BELIEVE THE JE-EP, THE THAT'S IT- \THIN6 WJ CAU- ED "WB HORSELESS OOOH, WHAT LCHAWOT; 13 WSHT HERE IN A HEADACHE AL UION-GEBER/ YOU JUST WENT . ONE PLACE TOO IN THE HEAD AND I AAANY— Hi TOOK HIS OUTFIT/ V WOKE UP A WITH HIM IN THAT RJ&X, PRINCE. WE COULD SO J& AND YOU ANYWHERE/ ^Cik IN TAIL.' ^ ITS H/AM.' \YOUR JOB YEH, IT A TO FIND COULD 1 IT/ BE.'

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free