The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 17, 1944 · Page 10
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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, October 17, 1944
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WEST COflST OX THEATRES BATHTUB DEATH STILL MYSTERY LEADS VALUELESS IN RAPE-SLAYING PROBE NOW!—Doors Open 6:45 SPENCER TRACY in His Greatest Role ANNA SEOHER"S "The 7th Cross' with Signe HASSO George ZUCCO Felix BRESSART PLUS- CALIKOKNIA 1808 Che LAST DAY— "Mr, Winkle Goes to War" "Double Indemnity" Opens Tomorrow CO-HIT! WILLIAM BENDIX SUZANNE HAYWARD "HAIRY APE' FILMED WHERE OUR SOLDIERS MAKE f WENDS AND JAPS MAKE GOOD DINNERS PLUS- BUSTER CRABBE "Rustlers' Hideout" OILDALE • Phone 7-6636 Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday m MOT. Mt> 'M HAMtl ALSO ERROL FLYNN in "Uncertain Glory" NEWS NOVELTY REEL Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday Paulette GODDARD Fred MacMURRAY BUNDING MLY ALSO "SECRETS OF SCOTLAND YARD" Popular Science HOT.LTWOOD, Oct. IT. UP)—All leada have proved valueless, sheriff's officers said loclriy, in their investigation of tho rlcalh of pretty Georgette Bauerrtorf, Hollywood canteen hostess, raped am] strangled In her apai-tment last Thursday. Inspector William Periprase disclosed that an army corporal who danced with Miss Banerdorf at the canteen the night before her dcal-li presented hinisflf voluntarily and was cleared of any connection with the case. Tho soldier established that he left the canteen and cheeked in at his base at Lockheed Air Terminal at 1 1 ::;n p. in. Wednesday. The 20-year-old daughter of fieorgo. Kanerdorf. wealthy oil and mining man. was found dead in her bathtub with a piece of towel stuffed in her mouth. She was clad in only the top portion of her pajamas. Tho inspector said numerous fingerprints found at tho apartment and on Miss Bauerdorf's car din- covered abandoned 10 miles away, did not tally with oach other and apparently would be of little aid. TAKKS BRINKS NAME SAM FRANCISCO, Oct. 17 UP*— When RUSK Laurence HilRendorf of San Francisco weds Louise Spongier in Los Angeles, he wants to take ' her name Instead of giving her his. He has asked the court to change his name to Uoss Louis Spongier. WESTERN DANCE and Harvest Jamboree FiaturinK Music fay 1h» TEXAS TORIAIOS "Music off the West at Its Best" and a Host of Stars Radio Singers Rose IMaddox Curley Roberti See BILL EDWARDS and His Trick Fiddle Old-Tlme Fiddlers' Contest (Anyone can enter, bring your Fiddle io the dance—Be there at 8) • BAKERSFIELD Union Avenue Ballroom WEDNESDAY October 18 Dancing 9 Until 1 Admission $1 Inc. Tax Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday NOVELTY REEL NEWS A thrilling picture! One of the best ever!" — Irving Berlin Directed by HENRY KING Written (or the Screen by LAMAR TROTTI A 2Olb CcnluryFo* Pictur LAST TIMES TONIOHT Two Shews Daily NIGHTS 8flC I'. M. 1'rlren Tax Tola I 9-1S p M • nri AdlllU • •»* .18 1.10 2.18 P. M. »nd cMMrra .4fl .«» .511 •(15 P. M. Service . .03 .13 .76 • Quick • Careful • Convenient We Specialize in WHILE-YOU-WAIT SERVICE Complete Stocks of Leather aAd Rubber EXPERT CLEANING AND DYEING VICTORY SHOE SHOP 1523 Twentieth Street Acroi§ From I'loneer Mercantile LAST APPEARANCE THIS YEAR Sunday, October 29 BOB WILLS IN PERSON WITH HI.S TEXAS PLAYBOYS Bakersfield UNION AVENUE BALLROOM Open Dally at 12 Noon Starting Tomorrow Lionel Barrymore in "Three Men In White" Jim Newell, Tex O'Brien in "QUNSMOKE MESA" LAST TIMES TODAY "A Guy Named Joe" "West of the Rio Grande" Special Spanish Films "HIJA DEL CIELO" "SEDA, SANOM Y SOL" WOOL GROWERS MEET—Pictured above are officials at the annual Kern County Woolgrowera meeting, which WHS held on Saturday at the office of Frank X'oriptfii. In the front row Is Frank Noriega, Professor Bui) Miller, from Davis College of Agriculture; Dr. Arthur RoHPnbnrg. Krank E.stribou, chairman of the luncheon proceedings; W. P. ^'ing, M-crotary of the California Wool Growers Association, and in the back row IK Pascal Ansnliibehfrn, president; Marshall Bond, former president, and William Elgar, chairman of the Hakorsfh'lrl Community War Chest drive. Newsboys Sell Billion IP-Cent War Stamps KKKS.XO, Oct. 1fi. OP)—Almost 15(1,1)11(1 carriers of fliio of the nation s newspapers have sold 1,270,000,1)00 Hi-cent war .savings stamps, Hairy W. Cullis, 1'nited Stales treasury department representative, told the California Circulation Managers Association convention today. Cullis quoted J. lOdgfir Hoover, Federal Bureau of "Investigation chief'. 1 n« declaring the newspapers of the country are doing an excellent job of giving character-hnilding k'liiil- am:o to their currier hoys. Bank of America Observes Birthday SAX FRANCISCO. Oct. 17. (UP.) — The Bank of America, the nation's third largest hank and .sixth largest private enterprise <>f any kind, today celebrated the fortieth anniversary of its founding by A. I'. Ginnnini in San Francisco. Tho institution, smarting with resources of less than $200,000 in 1904, now has total resources in excess of $4,000,000,000 and nearly BOO branches in more than HOO California communities. Kern Men in Service Business and Professional GUIDE Phone T-T63I for Monthly Rites ACCOUNTANTS JOHN W. CULLITON PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Income Tax Service. Audit*, fi.vstem 205-200 I'rorrsnlmml llnlldlnB I'hone CHINESE HERBS T, LIM HKKII *l'l'.< IAI.IST STOMACH TROUBLE SPECIALISTS Kdinrdlpi fur All Ailments m!•:;•; CONSULTATION Farmer Herd Instructor Cnntnn Collfce, Canton China Twenty-fourth and K Street" Phone 9-5651 LAUNDRIES LAUNDRY SERVICE I umili ISrrvlcc t MPXItiled—That I* Our Mnttn—Ten Different Hcrvlren anil Xorlf Dry Cleaning CITIZENS LAUNDRY SUtrenth uncl O Street* Phono 8-H40I Joseph Jcnks invented the Scythe Pal patented lh« Hollow Ground Blad* for cooler, quicker, "Feather Touch" shaving • PIT All mOUlAH RAZORS PltFECUY • OH duty iii HIP N>w Hebrides in j i tlio south J'acil'ic with tho Krrvico ; | euro's is Technician Fifth (li'fule I r,a\vrfii(.'p .1. Hf/tti, a driver at the : I .station hospital. HP is thf son of Mr. and Mrs. Anglo Belli of "Makers- fielil. Prior lo enterins the army i ho was n tractor driver on the ranch ' i ol' Lewis Pierri. Corporal P.ctti en- i Iprcd the army in Orlober, ]!UL', and received basic training at Camp j I'.arkley, Texas. He was .sent over! .seas iii May 1'J-lo, and has been ; a warded the Conduct Modal ! for exemplary behavior, efficiency I and fidelity while serving the hos- i pitul. lie has two brothers in serv- . ice. Cororal Alfred C. Hetli, United States Marine Corps*, assigned to a marine division at Saipan and Sgr- i goant Louis J. Belli, assigned to an armored division in Italy. At iin air service command station in England. Lieutenant Don K. Snt- ton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don K. Sutton of 415 Holt by Road, recently completed an orientation course designed to bridge the gap between training In the states and combat soldiering aK.'iinst the enemy In i 1'raneo. His next, station will be I one from which America's fighting planes covering our liberation of occupied Europe. Before entering the army air forces, he was employed as a draftsman by the Vega Aircraft Corporation at Bin-bank. Among the graduates of. the information and education course at the school for special and morales service, Lexington, Va., this week wa.s Lieutenant Samuel Sale, husband of Mrs. S. Kale, 100 Brighton Way, Lieutenant Sale will work in information and education for .Section A, of Thrce-thousand-eighth A. A. F. Base Unit, Winter Field. Before going into the service, Lieutenant Sale was a student at the University of California at Los Angeles. The promotion of James P.. Shaver from staff sergeant to technical sergeant has been announced by the headquarters of a Ninth Air Force Marauder group operating in France. Sergeant Shaver is a tail gunner on a B-L'ti. Sergeant. Shaver has BO missions to his credit and has bepn awarded the Air Medal with two Silver Oak Leaf Clusters. The sergeant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ainza D. Shaver of Taft. Ralph llix, machinist's mate se.c- ond class, son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hix, formerly of Bakersfield, but now living in Washington, is convalescing at a naval hospital nt Portsmouth, N. H. He enlisted in November, 1941, and has h.'id two destroyers, one ship and one submarine sunk from under him since that time. He attended Kakersfield High School and was a. polo swim mer under Mr. Newmcycr. AYilliam G. Pappas has been promoted to corporal. .His parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Pap pas, reside at Cantil. Corporal Pappas is attached to a southwest Pacific troop carrier unit renowned for its safety and ! combat record. Corporal Pappas attended Antelope Valley Junior College and has been overseas since October of 1943. Staff Sergeant Herbert ,7. riowe has returned to Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, after spending a two- week's furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Itowe and sister, Aileen, at the family home, in Mari- rppa. Sergeant Howe is assigned to the fighter flight test branch at Wright Field. Private David L. Pickle, IX, of "1M>7 Pine street, has been graduated from the A. A. F. Training Command's Aircraft Radio Mechanics School at Truax Field, Madison, Wis., and may be assigned to advanced schools for further instruction or to other centers as an instructor in radio mechanics. OPEN EVERY DAY Klleclivo today, we will curtail our usual Tuesday closing and resume daily service. 11 A. M. lo 1:150 A. M. Saturdays, 11 A. M. till 2:30 A. M. DELICIOUS FREW KtEQ 1306 Eighteenth Street Phone 8-8883 One of the participants in his group's historic five-hundred-fiftieth combat mission was Second Lieutenant Max W. Poteete, son of W. L. Poteele. 201 McCord avenue. The Bakersfield .service man flew as a co-pilot in the nttnck'which was a milestone in tho long combat record of hi.s unit. Beginning operations during the Tunisian campaign, the veteran B-2"> Mitchell bomb group to which he is assigned has participated in every major engagement in tli' 1 Mediterranean area and has received the Presidential citation for outstanding performance of duty in action against the enemy. Prior to entering the service, Lieutenant Poteete was employed as a salesman for Montgomery "Ward and Company. William (Bill) Kliewer enlisted in the merchant marine and is now in training in the U. S. Maritime School on Catalina Island. He is a graduate of "Wasco High School and is a member of the Phi Chi fraternity of Bakersfield. After Pearl Harbor, Bill became a regular blood donor, having given 10 times. Ensign Ben Kliewer, II. S. M. S., is serving in the Atlantic area and is ji veteran of Corporal Laverne Kliewer is with the Ninth Air Force in Europe. He has been overseas one year. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Kliewer of 516 Klassen Drive, Shatter. Sergeant Arthur C. Youman, 105 Cooper avenue, Is a member of a parachute infantry regiment, whicli paved the way for the seaborne invasion which followed hours after the sky warriors dropped out of the early dawn skies on June 6, in the Normandy battle. Outnumbered at every turn, they fought against great odds in a strange land they had known only from maps. But they accomplished their objective— and if any mission in the opening i blow of the greatest invasion of all ! time was important, that mission was theirs. Corporal Harry E. Franz, son oC I Mrs. Katie K. Krumin of 3021 K j street, loads bombs into B-17 Flying Fortresses before they take off for targets in Germany or in support of ground troops in "France from a ; bomber station in England. Prior to ' entering tho service, he was an oil ' worker for the Sunset Oil Corpora; tion In BakersCield. | Soldier-truckers of a quartermaster j tank transport company which I moves the army's Sherman tanks I from the Normandy beaches to de\ pots at tho front use nerve, skill 1 and muscle to pilot 60 tons of machinery over rough and narrow roads. One member of this company is Private Warren G. Dyer of, Arvin. Private Teddy R. Walker, son of ' Mrs. L. C. Walker of Larnont, has j won the right to wear wings and j boots of the United States Army I Paratroops at Fort Benning, Ga. He ! has completed four weeks of jump | training during which time he made ! five jumps, the last a tactical jump j at night involving a combat problem I on landing. ; Cadet Egidio R. Ambrosini, son of ! Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Thomas, 120 I Bernita avenue, has reported to ; Carlsbad, N. M., where he will receive advanced flight training in high-level boinbnrdiering and dead[ reckoning navigation. His wife is the former Dorothy Louise Moore, 110'.i Harding avenue. Marino Private Milton ,T. Curro, son of To:n K. Curro of Weldon, has been graduated from the infantry school at Camp Pendleton, Oceanside. Private Carro, who joined the marine corps last June, will be assigned to an infantry battalion. Ramsay McKay Munden, 18, 2131 First street, is receiving his initial naval indoctrination at the United States Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. When his recruit training Is completed, the seaman will receive a period of leave. Private First Class Kenneth E. Mavhow, 21, of Route 2. Bakersfield, has been enrolled in the A. A. F. Training Command's aircraft radio mechanics school at Truax Field, Madison, Wis. In civilian life Private Mayhew was employed as a farmer. MISSION 10 BE HELD ALCHURCH MISSIONARY PRIESTS TO CONDUCT SERVICES A one-week mission will be conducted at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in East Bakersfield from Sunday, October 22, through Sunday, October 29, according to announcement by the pastor, the Reverend Father Thomas Early. The Mission will be conducted by Re- dernptorist Fathers Philip Aggeler of Livermore and Edward Jennings of Oakland. The mission will open officially at the noon-day mass on Sunday, October 22. Daily masses will be solemnized at 6, 7 and 8:30 o'clock each morning and evening services will be conducted every evening at 7:45 o'clock. On the opening day of the Mission the masses are scheduled for 7, 8, 9, 10:30 and 12 o'clock noon. The 8 o'clock mass will be a special women's mass and holy communion for the one-day Retreat being sponsored for Catholic women of Kern county by members of the Young Ladies' Institute of Bakersfield. Evening services will Include a sermon, rosary and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. The Mis- PASTOR—Reverend Father Philip Aggeler. C.s S. R., of Livermore, who will be one of the two missionary priests of the Redemptor- 1st Order to conduct a one-week Mission at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, October 22-1I9. sion is open to anyone Interested, who wishes to attend, according to the Reverend Father Early, who is completing arrangements for the special week of service. Confession will be heard throughout the week at specified hours which will be an- nounred at masses and other services by the Redemptorlst Fathers conducting the mission. Members of St. Margaret's Institute are sponsoring a one-day Retreat Sunday, October 22, the opening day of the Mission in St. Jo seph's Church, and all Catholic women of Bakersfield and other Kern county communities are extended a cordial invitation to be present. POIJTirATj ADVKBTISEMKNT TONIGHT! What Kind of Leadership Should Make the Peace? • HEAR ROLLIN McNITT Prominent Attorney and Authority on International Relations 6:45 P. M. KPMC TONIGHT! AIR PROGRAMS TUESDAY 0:00 t« 6:30 p. m. KKTIN—Ne\vs; 6:15, Songs by Leon I'nyne. KKI—Mystery Theater. KI'Mi:—Gabriel Healter; 6:15, Screen Test. ,«:SO to 7:00 p. m. Klin.N"—Spotlight Bands; 6:55, Coronet Story Teller. KKI—h'lbber McGee and Molly. KI'.MC—Labor Council: 6:45. California Democratic Committee. 7:09 to 7:30 p. m. KKRN—Raymond Gram Swing: 7:1",. Jeffer»ontan Democrat" of California. KKI—Bob Hope; 7:07. Today's War Commentary. KP.MC—Great Moments in Sports; .7:15. Lowell Thomas. 7:30 to 8:00 P. m. KERN—Let Yourself Go; 7:30-7:45. President Roosevelt. KKI—Talk by President Franklin D. Roosevelt; 7:35, Raleigh Room with KPMC—Jan King; 7:45, Waltz Time. 8:00 to 8:30 p. m. KERN—Governor Brlcker. KKI—The Jlualc Shop; 8:1D. Fleetwood Lawlon. KPMC—Count of Mont* Crlito. 8:30 t« 9:00 p. n. KERN—Allan Young Show. KKI—Johnny Presents Oinny Stmms. Kl'MC—Freedom of Opportunity. 9:00 to 0:30 p. m. KERN—Club Good Cheer. KKI—Everything for the Boys. KPMC—News; 9:15. Rex Jllller. 9:30 to 10:00 p. m. KERN—Henry J. Taylor; 9:45, Music; 9:55, New*. KFI— Downstage Center. KPMC—Fulton Lewi*. Jr.; »:45, President Roosevelt. 1»:00 4 10:30 p. m. KERN—Hal Taharin Orchestra. KKJ—The Reporter; 10:15. Reserve. KPMC—San Francisco Optra. 10:30 to 11:00 p. m. KERN—Hnrry Owens' Orchestra. KFI—Insid« the News; 10:46, Taylor Mada Mrlodies. KPMC—San Francisco Opera. 11:00 to 11:30 p. m. KERN—Contemporary Composers; 11:25, • News. KFI—Eleventh Hour News; 11:15, Blltmors Hotel Orchestra. KPMC—F. B. Williams; 11:0', Silver Nocturne 11:30 to 12:00 Mldnicht KERN—Ted Weems and His Orchestra; 11:56, News. KKI—Radio Fanfare: 11:40. Tod Weens' Orchestra: 11:55. Musical Encores. Kl'MC—Silver Nocturne. WF.DNKSDAT 6:00 to 6:30 a. m. KERN—Mirth and Madness; «:15, Democrats for Dewey. 6:30 to 7:00 a. m. KERN—Daytime Classics; 6:45. The Wlllard Messenger: 6:liO. Music. KFI—Graome Fletcher; 7:15, Fleetwood Law ton. KPMC—News: 7:15. Melodies of Today. 7:30 to 8:OO a. m. KERN—.Times Abbe Observes: 7:45, The .Listening Post. KFI—Reveille Roundup; 7:45, Sam Hayes. KPMC—Trip Tunes; 7:40. Welll'i News; 7:45. News. 8:00 to 8:30 a. m. KERN—Fleetwood Lawton; 8:15. Victory Marches. KFI—Johnny Murray; 8:15, T. B. Rluklston. KPMC—Shady Valley Folks. 8:30 to 9:00 ». m. KERN—Breakfast Club. KFI—Alber's Homemaker's Hour; 8:45, David Harlim KPMC—Happy Joe and Ralph: 8:4",. In Your Neighborhood; 8:55. Lani and Ginger. 9:00 to 9:30 a. n. KKIIN'—News of the World; 0:10. Local XC\VR; 9:15. The Woman's Page. KFI—New? Period; 9:05, Edward JorReiiion: 1:15. Larry Smith. KPMC—Buake Carter; 9:15, Names and Places in the News. 9:30 to 10:00 a. in. KERN—Breakfast at Sardi'a. KFI—News; 9:40, G. I.B Abroad; 9:45, Ronny Mansfield. KPMC—Midland. U. S. A.; 9:45, Th« Amazing Jennifer Logan. 10:00 to 10:30 a. m. KERN—Tony Morse; 10:15, Jack Berch and His Boys. KFI—Voice of a Nation; 10:15, Peter de Lima's Closeups. KPMC—News; 10:15. Terry's House Party. 10:30 to 11:00 a. m. KERN—My True Story; 10:55, The Aunt Jemima Show. * KFI—Aunt Mary; 10:45. Art Baker. KPMC—Tips From Tibbettsi 10:46, American Woman's Jury. 11:00 to 11:30 m. m. KERN—Baukhnge Talking; 11:15. Island Melodies. KFI—Guiding Light; 11:16. Today'* Children. KPMC—Odds and Ends From « Newberry's: 11:15, Waltz Tim*. 11:30 to 13:00 Norn KERN—Glamour Manor. KFI—Women In White; 11:45. Hymng. KPMC—Norman Cloutiei; 11:45, * Sammy Kaye. 12:00 to 11:30 p. m. KERN—News of the World; 12:10, Local News; 12:15, Hollywood Start ime. KFI—Noon Farm Reporter; 12:15, Ma Perkins. KPMC—News; 12:15. Noon Time Nock Outs. 12:30 to 1:00 p. m. KERN—Between the Lines; 12:45, Kiernan'a Corner. KFI—Pepper Young's Family: 12:4B, Right to Happiness. KPMC—Countr/ Commentator; 12:45. Music. 1:00 to 1:30 p. m. KERN—Sam Hayes: 1:15, Bob Nichols. KFI—Backstago Wife; 1:15, Stella Dallas. KPMC—Walter Compton; 1:16, America at War. 1:30 t» 2:00 p. m. KERN—Time Views the News; 1:43, John Corser; 1:50. Ed Jorgenson. KFI—Lorenzo Jones; 1:45, Young Wldder Brown. KPMC—Headlines to Harmony. , 3:00 to 2:30 p. m. KERN—When a Girl Marries; 2:15, Portia Faces Life. KFI—When a Girl Marries; 2:15, Portia Faces Life. KPMC—Handy Man; 3:15, Mutiny»on tho High Seas. 3:30 to 3:00 p. m. KERN—What's Doin' Ladies? KFI—Just Plain Bill; 2:46. Front Page Farrell. KPiir: -King Cole Trio; 2:45, E»sy Rhythm. 3:00 to 3:30 p. m. KERN—Navy Recruiting Program; 3:15, Milt Herlh Trio. KFI—Ronil of Life; 3:15, Star Playhouse. KPMC—Griffin Reporting; 3:15. Lost Empire. 8:30 to 4:00 p. m. KERN—Ethel and Albert; 3:45, The Blind Troubadour. KFI—Rosemary; 3:45, Woman of America. KPMC—Things Worth While; 3:45, Johnson Family. 4:03 tu 4:30 p. m. KERN—News of the World; 4:10. Local News: 4:l. r >. Report From Pacific; 4:LTi. Glamorous Yesterdays in Old California. KFI —Doctor Kate; 4:16, News of the World. KPMC—Fulton Lewis. Jr.; 4:15. Real Life, Stories. 4:30 to 5:00 p. m. KKRN—Andy and Virginia; 4:45, Hop Harrlgan. KFI—Art Baker's Notebook. KPMC—World's Front Page; 4:45, Symphonic Swing. 5:00 to 6:30 p. m. KERN—Terry and the Pirates; 5:15. Dick Tracy. KFI—O. K. for Release; 5:15, News Period KPMC—Chirk Carter: 5:15. Superman. 5:30 to 6:00 p. m. KERN—Jack Armstrong; 6:45, Captain Midnight. KFI—Alvii Wilder; 6:15. Elmer Peterson. KPMC—Adventures of Tom Mix! 6:48. Night News Wire. LET "Things Worth While" Brighten Your Life KPMC at 3:30 P. M. LET IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY Brighten Your Home Tb« Home QoitUr, Style and Beantr In Furniture 625 Nineteenth Street Phone 4-4711 POMT'CAI. AI>VEHTI»EMENT Bakersfield Community Theatre Presents "CLAUDIA" Directed by HURT BKOWN Washington School Auditorium October 16 and 17, 8:30 P. M. ADMISSION: Adults, 72c; Students, 37c Tax Included Tickets on Sale nt Tracy'* Music Store, The Yarn Shop Bakersfield High School ^V^pr Alan Vounq Show A REFRESHING AI A|| YOUNG MAN ALAH •LUI INITWORKJ .PROGRAM. PETER VAN STEEDEN and hit ORCHESTRA OIANI COUHTNIY - VOCALIST TONIGHT AT 8:30 P. M. TEXANS! Listen to Senator W. Lee O'Daniel (Pass the Biscuits, Pappy) and His Hillbilly Boys in a Program Sponsored by The Democrat* for Dewey Every Morning Mondays Through Saturdays KERN-6:15-6:30 THE SAN FRANCISCO OPERA COMPANY Presents ' i . TUESDAY "RigOkttO 10:0 ° P- M. Starring LILY PONS "Faust" 10:00 P. M. WEDNESDAY Starring VIVIAN DELLA CHIESA FRIDAY "Masked Ball" IO:OOP.M. Starring Jan Peerce SUNDAY "Manon" Starring LUCIA ALBANESE ; ON RADIO STATION KPMC 1560 ON YOUR DIAL 4:00 P. M.

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