The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on October 17, 1944 · Page 12
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12 Tutsdoy, October 17, 1944 die gafcerattieib Californum THIS CL'RIOUS WORLD By WILLIAM FKKC.l SON I SIDE GLANCES. By OAT.nnAITH WAS DESCRIBED AS A BLOODTHIRSTY KILLER. IN THE VERV FIRST PUBLICITY IT EVER HAD... A REPORT BY A PORTU6UESE WRITE!?, IN I69S AND THE ANIMAL. HAS THIS UNWARRANTED REPUTATION. SOMETIMES ARE CARRIED 8OO AML.ES BV WIND/ COM- '»*• BY NEA SERVICE. INC T. M. R£C. U. S. PAT. OFF. tO'17 WHERES ANSWER: Vnder the 084-foot KiffH lower, in Turin. DUE TO THE PHENOMENON LOOMING: OBSERVERS ARE ABLE AT TIMES TO »SEE OBJECTS AT SEA THAT ARE ACTUALLY MORE THAN 15 MILES THE. HOB/ZOM. COPR. 19*4 BV NEA SERVICE. INC. IS MAPLE SYRUP TAKEN FROM THE TREES IN T M BEG U. g. PAT. OFF. |8-K MAS' BEEN INVENTED TO TAKE THE FUZZ OFF OF ANMWKK: In -.prune. THESE WOMEN! By (VAMOSSIO "And MMi'll hr rvnccted (« conduct .vuuritrlf HI h«fi(« n nmvlc qurru—\vimli illhlic At the cuntern. \\uit ou tuhlen anil <-onk tit the L.SO, hmiK around \vitr t'Hctoriffc ride n blryrle tu \\olU ..." FINNY BUSINESS By IIERSHBERGER "lor ijjtentiiiK u IniiiKimrcnt elulit-lnill sn p tvhrn thry i;et behind U!" nun oi>r whciid BEST LOVED STORIES FOR CHILDREN Hade cuipcially for OJB eiiterlaliiinvnt nf somite i-)nlilri<n, this 3'J-fftKo rulill- callun will lake many a grownup bu. k In ln« i-hiirtlH.iirt. The moiip* and verrm arc choien I ruin KUIIIB uf the boat-lm-wl <-lH»Bic« for 'luldifn. IncludeB rlrMlcH. paper fnldiiiK, Kt-rarnl'lpd names and nils <>t mher inii ieHi IMK thliiBa. Jliiken a ble hit with the yrjunBstciH. Ten cenu poutiiaid. t.'se Thlw Coupon • The Bakrnlield C'alifnnnan Informal KMJ Hureau, IK Eye Street, N. K.. \Va»hinBion :'. (> C. I enr-luBfi bcrewjih 10 i-eiitii In <-mn if«n-fully wmpii'd In pupcil (or a copy of 'J'lie Clnlilr.;n'p linult. Name.- Street or Rural Route- City.. titaie (Mall to Waihinvton, U. CJ.) COPR. 1»«4 BV NEA SCWVICC, INC. T. M. PEG. U. S. PAT. Off. H, I apprrclatr >otir nffrriiii; ttic m.v job Imcli, hut I never I \\IIH only fining 11 \voimin*N work befort 1 !" L CuPB 1»u BY NCA SERVICE. INC. T. M. BEC. U. ». PAT. OFF. 0-S "Oh, inntlirr, (lirrc'N NninrtliitiK in lifY liesldcN t'Utint;—1'vrr.v time IIP HtiirtH reully KrtlhiK hcriiitiN MMI iirrhc \\ilh whiit you cull the rvrniiiK hiinck!" "It'll hiirc he a relief « IMMI ftill 1* olil rnoMcli 1o en uway niul 1 \von't have to wear his ('iit-ilii\\'ii clolhcHl'* ALLEY OOP Tac. You're It! By V. 'J'. HAMLIN I SHOULD N / ilFFV.' IT VJOULD TAKE PLWOON TO STOP MENCAM! AS SOON CHANGE CLOTHES GUARD.' J ILL 8EON NAY AS HE SAID- VJITH ONLY ONEGUNRD BETWEEN OL'T OUR WAY By j. R. WILLIAMS / NO, 1 AIN'T BOTHERIN 1 / HIM WITH PRACTICING I COWBOY ROPIN' AGIKJ-- \ I'M MAKIW POUOHSJUTS AM' THEY STRETCH BEFORE I KIM GIT TO TH' STOVE AN' HE COT HISSELF CAUGHT IKJ ONE OF 'EM.' WELL, CUT OUT TH' -DOUGHNUT MAXIM' AM' GO TO ROPI.SJ'-- YCU'LL BCTTHER ' HIM LESS.' THE WORRY WART OUR BOARDING HOUSE Wtih MAJOR HOOPLB / rrme HIVE ie> so ¥I'LL BET STRAIGHT,PLACE; WE'LL PUT DULL SINCE THE A AND SUO\M UE'6 GNlNS J 'EfA AT H»S MA3ORTOOK A % OOT Vr^lTrA A SNORE ^ 6TATlOf«4 AT MIGHT 3OB THNT R $OMATA RIGHT i^O\\i I COULD SETA \ -~~Lt.V6 GO OVER BIS THRILL READ- ) AND SNATCH |M& THE ^V AMD THAT PIE TlNJ WE V«lEARS ONJ 1WE BRErX^F T(?OL)SrA,Tl4E STAND BACK AMD >A)ATCU Hlfv\ GO UP LIKE A LAND RECORO.. RIGHT. IF HE'S THE GUMPS A Soldier's Lament OUT THERE IN THE JUNGLE, 1 WAS HALF A WORLD AWAY FROWTRISHA NOW THAT IVW BACK I'A\ FARTHER AWAY ANPI/M OUST ANOTHER <SUY BACK FRO/KTHE WAR-WITH A BU/A LE<S By GUS EPSON IF ONLY IHMN'T SEEN HE*/ GASOLINE ALLEY MEAN) SERGEANT 0LONSV NO, JESSICA. I'M HASN'T MADE ANY KIND OP / SUUE HE WOULDN'T A PASS AT YOU-NOT EVEN / TAKE ADVANTAGE TO HOLD HANDS 1 S\ OF AH OVSKSSAS BUDDV. A Man's Man By KING ITS BEEH PONE. W BESIDES, I POM'T-THINK I WISH I C0ULP • THE SEffCEANT IS THINK W/LMK HINTCRESTCP IM C«LS. HE DOESN'T TALK >»SOUT THEM. I HAVEN'T HFARD | OF COUKSP, I WOULDN'T HIM MENTION ON N ALL THE T/Mf / oe POT HIS >i(?M /IffOUND KNOWN HIM. / MB. BUT I'D BE DeVASMTeC HE t?IDN'T WOULD BE THAT CONSIDERATE. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Again By EDGAR MARTIN \_OG\< (^ ^\^ CO'bM'tTVC'b \Ct FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Rear Attack WELL, MR, WOULD-BE -COMMISSIONER. OF ATHLET/CS. LETS Discuss VOUB GIGANTIC PUBLICITY PLANS .' --- FORTY-TWO PEOPLE HAVE PHONED T& EXTEND THEIE. SYMPATHY / THEY SORR.Y To HEAR THAT YOU DCOWNED .' , By MKRRTTVL BLOSSER It-ITJ BUT. POP, ) R5R.THE MOMENT, LETS I / FORGET YOUR POLITCAL WAR, AND STABILIZE THIN&S ON TUP HOME FRONT.'/ T POP, YOU SURE HAVE" A PECUL/AR. SENSE OF DIRECTION/ WASH Tt'BBS fl INK'S MEN Lf LISTEN EAfiERLY AS EASY BRIKI6S THEM NEWS OP THEPRIVETO REfAKE THE PHIUPPINES The Yanks Arc Coining WHAT CAW WE DO TO HELR CAPTAIW? (SATHER INFORMATION, SERfiEAWf. THrXTiS WHY I'M HERE. (ME rA NEEPPATAOMJAP PEFEW5ES... By LESLIE TURNER^ ... FACTS WE V WE'VE HART^ CAMT6ETWITH / LEARN A LOT RECONWAfSSAMCE I TO KEEP ALIVE, PLANES! BUT V 5IR!...MAV9C WE'VE 60T TO V WE CAM HELP.' WORK FAST.' .' THEY'LL MEEO A HAMP THE TRAIL WITH THOSE SUPPLIES RED RYDER Better Wait NO, ONLY KNOCKED OUT/WE'LL TAKE BE.TTER. TAKE- 0, LITTLE BEAVER SHE 6 Art OUTLAW WE'VE GOT TO Si' By FRED IIARMAN . WHEN RYDER CCY\E5 BACK,I'll' PLUGW/V- WHOA- HERE HE COP* I»M mi ut MC. T. M, MO. U. 1 MT 0*F. RECKON I'LL LET THINGS STAND TILL I FIND OUT WHAT MOLLYS GAttE IS/ SHE'S NOT TH' KIND TO FAINT WHEN A OFF' HOLD Kvi;uvnii\(; M 'Haven't I Iwrn herr limit rimimh to eel a cnCd WHUb of .umetblug?" BUCK ROGERS. TWENTY-FIFTH CENTURY. A. D. K'S BEEN GONE ALL DAV, DQCTOR.' I'M WORRIED/ THAT EXPLOSION WE HEARD .SHOOK THE GROUND.^ (LET U<3 WORE J FATAL ACQO V. H A«3 BEFALLEN Same Wipe! By LIEUTENANT DICK CALKINS* TUT/MUSTN'T •ROW JOLD ENOUGM DOC/WILMA/) CIVILIZATION \QABOUTTOBE WIPED FROM THE FACE OF THE EAPTH f.

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