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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, March 28, 1935, Image 8

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THE GUMPS — Right on the Chin
mg SIDNEY SMMMl
TOKEN
IN-LAWS
GET TOGETHER
THOSE LOVING
RELATIVES,
THE GUMPS
ANO DE STROSSES
ARE HAVING
A LITTLE
FAMILV DINNER
AT BIM'S
H0USET0NI6WT
JUST NOW
MAMA IS
meeting
“THE FIRST
OF HER
GUESTS AT
THE
DOOR
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r THAT CERTAINLY > /m. . M
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on OUR WAT By WILLIAMS
OUR BOARDING HOUSE By AMIH.1I
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/ ^ \ / R,6HT ,MTHE EVE/ LOOK GUILTY? 7H'
/ r /DID VOL! THROW FAMILY MURDERER f
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IkJ THE CREEK l TOLD YOU —OR DID BACK SMILIN',
SOUNDED TOO \ YOU HIDE THEM CUTTlN* NOTCHES
LOUD FOR SUCH l in A BUSH, OR IN TH1 MURDER
LITTLE--WELL,/ \ SOMETHING^ YOU'VE BASKiT?
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\ rocks being / \ look t
V DROPPED, V. •
^ a 11
a _ * 3*i4.iV;.
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r according to awuiiy,
THAT WORSE OP YOURS EG AD,‘BOYS.
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\ ON A MERRY-GO-POUND/ A WORSE RACE 5
f —1‘-WE SAYS WHEN HIS jy yQ BE M
HORSE RACES YOURS YACJWT RACE,
HAVE HIS JOCKEY CARRY t WOULD BE YEP
% A TOWROPE TO TOSS 3A^K MUCH CONCERNED
TO YOLJR. BOY, SO S HE —s-wwVVITH
can pull dreadnaught, windy m^nuuty
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By COWAN
m * i T TPUTVI
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UNBELIEVABLE,
THAT WINDY IS
HAYING A
TOO&H TING
WITH HIS
OWN LAWYEP
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! IDENTITY.' FEW THE TENTH TlM£,I TELL WET DOWN TO FACTS
YOU, WHEN ALL THESE PEOPLE CLAIM , REGARDING THE
THAT THEY SAW ME I WAS HELD 15000 THE BOYS J\
v PRISONER BY KIDNAPERS?.' GAVE YOU (/ S
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Zr they STOPPED ME OP MV
CLOTHES, *ND ONE OP
THESE TWuGrS, DISGUISED IN
MY SOIT, CAME HEBE ►ND
^MPEPSONKTEP ME / /
( VVUAT A TOUGH SPOT HE'S IN 11
WHAT A CUUMP VD BE ,TWYIN& TO
MAKE THAT FAIRY-TALE AUB< STICK.
WHEN HALT THE TOWN,INCLUDING
MYSELF,TALKED WITH HIM AT THE
TIME HE CLAIMS HE WAS SOME PLACE
ELSE.ID LIKE TO KNOW WHERE HE
PARKED THAT % 5000 H
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WASH TUBBS — Behind Locked Doors
1
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llllEEDLESS OF DANGER, WASH AND EASY JUMP INTO “THE MIDST OF THET
IitJ RUFF IA NS. EASY SLIPS ON THE WET DECK. FOUR MEN JUMP ON TOP OF
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PHEW KICKED IW7D THE CABIk/,
/ bah
lOME DOOR »S LOCKED. AMD AGAIN TWEV
JIB ARE PRISONERS—THg TiME AT SEA
BRICK BRADFORD—With Brocco the Buccaneer
By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY
MjOOD DATS* WUK.K,
LIEUTENANT- WE'VE
DESTROYED T^IS Pi CATE
B^bCCCS UTTLE NEST -
1 But S'R,uje know
BROCCO UAD A SUBMARiNE^y
Wt UA\JE fOUND NEITHER
tt nor ms body/ j
4 |E HE»S IGNOKAMTOETMIS
J RAID ME WILL COME BACk
| A MD THEN 7MAT DESTROYER
WHfcfcE WILL I GO? S
I DON'T DAkE BETUCN
TO TUE ISLAND/ J
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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS — A Fourth
t FRECKLES. WOP IW TWE CAR, 1
/ ano GO TO TO*W AS PAST AS S
C. fbU CAW — BRIWG THE SHERIFF
AWO SOME DEPUTIES * j—'
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TAKE THESE MEW IN, j / 'ftHJ W3NT
WrTHOUT HELP.' BUT \ WATCH US VSPV I
I CAW srr wepe a wo » lows, ip 'bed'
WATCH THEM V f COMES BACK
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RADIO PROGRAMS
THURSDAY, MARCH IS (Central awl Eaatern Stannara Time?
Not*; AJi programs to key and baste chains or
•od; coast to coast (s to o) designation Includes all available stations.
Programs subject to enange. r. m.
NBC-WEAP NETWORK
•ASIC — Cost: weal wlw weel wUc
wjar wtag wcah kyw whlo wfbr wro
way wben wcae wtam wwj wsal; mid:
kad wmaq well who wow wdaf wkbf
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN - wtmj
wiba kstp webc wday kfyr crct cfcf
SOUTH—wrva wptf wwnc wls wjax
wfla-wsun wiod wsm wmc wsb wap)
wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wlaa wbap kpre
woai ktba kths wsoe wave wtar
MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl krir kghl
PACIFIC — kgo left kgw komo kbq
kfsd ktar kgu kpo kex kga kyr kya
Cant. East.
4:30- 6:30—Sugar A Bunny. Comedy
4:46— 6:46—Willie Bryant's Orchestra
6:00— 6:00— Xavier Cugat’e Orchestra
6:15— 6:16— Amer. Vocational Ats'n.
6:30— 6:30—Prese-Radio Newt Period
6:36— 6:36—Mery Smell A Orcheetra
6-46— 6:46—To Be Announced
6:00— 7:00—Hst Kemp A Orcheetra
6:16— 7:16— Whispering Jack Smith
g:30_ 7:30—Bernard’s Minstrel Show
7:00— 6:00—Rudy Vallee'e Hr.—c to c
6:00— 9:00—Showboat of the Airwave
9:00—10:00—Whiteman’s Music Hall
10:00—11:00—John B. Kennedy’* Talk
10:16—11:15—Jack Berger A Orcheetra
10:30—11:30-Eddie Ouchin’a Orchestra
11:00—12:00—Henry King A Orcheetra
11:30—12:30—Joe Relehmen Orcheetra
CBS-WABC NETWORK
BASIC—East: wabe wade woko wcao
waab wnac wgr wkbw wkrc whk cklw
wdre weau wjas wean wfbl wspd wjrv
wbns Midwest: wbbra wfbm km be
kmox wowo whas kfab
EAST—wpg whp wtaec wiba wfea wore
wicc efrb ckac wib* tom
DIXIE—wgst wifa wbre wqam wdod
klra wrec wlac wdsu wtoc krld wrr
ktrb ktsa waco koma wdbo wbt wdae
whig wdbj wwva wmbg wsjs wmbr
wala ktul kgko wcoa wdne wnox kwkh
MIDWEST — wgl wmt wmbd wlan
wibw kfh wink wkbn weco wsbt kacj
wnax woe
MOUNTAIN—Icvor kls koh kal
COAST - khj koln kfre kol kfpy krl
kfbk kmj kwg kern kdb kgmb kgb
tent. East.
4:60— 6:30—Jack Armstrong Skit—ea
only; Men of Notes, Trio—west
4:46— 8:46—Dick Tracy—baaic; Mini
atures — midwest; Between Book
ends—west; Piano Duo—Dixie
§:00— 6:00— Buck Rogera—east; Pian
ist—west; Larry Walker—Dixie
6:16— 6:16 — Bobby Benton — east;
Skippy—midwest; McCarty Girlo—
weat; V. Travers Orches.—Dixie
6:30— 6:30— Frank Dailey Orcheetra—
east: Al Roth Oreh.—west; Jack
Armstrong. Sketch—midwest rpt
Lem. bbbw
6:45— 6:45—Beauty Program — sa*6»l
Milton Chariot. Organist—wttt
6:55— 6:55—Press-Radio Nowo Period
6:00— 7:00—Myrt and Margo - east;
Chicago Concert Orchestra—west
6:15— 7:15—Just Plain Bill - eaat;
Orch.—Dixie; Orchestra—midwest
6:50— 7:30—Nick Lucas. Troubadour
—east; Buck Rogers— midw cm ri t
6:45— 7:45—Bosks Carter’s Comments
7:00— $:00—Phil Spitalny’s Girl Revue
—basic. Lson Nsvars Ore.—Dixie
7:50— 6:30 — Edwin C- Hill Forum—
I wale. Orch.—west. Concert—Dixie
8:00— 6:00—Walter O'Keefe A Show
8:30— 6:30—Waring'* Pennsylvanian*
9:30—10:30—Cept. Dobaie Ship of Joy
9:45—10:45—The Volet of Crusaders
10:00—11:00— Little J. Little Ore.-*•
sic; Myrt and Marge—rpt for west
10:15—11:15—Little Jack Little Orches.
10:30—11:30— Art Warren’s Orchestra
10:45—11:45—Jerry Freeman Orchestra
—basic; Gus Arnhsim Ore.—midw
11:00-^12:00—Hsrbis Kay A Orchestra
11:30—12:30—Lson Navara Orchestra
east: Keith Beecher Orch.—midw
NBC-WJZ NETWORK
BASIC — East: wja wbx-wbia wbal
wham kdka wyar wjr wlw wsyr wxnaj
wfll; Mid: wcky wenr wto kwk kwe*
koll wren wmaq kao wkbf
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN - wua|
wiba kstp webc wday kfyr cret efex
SOUTH — wrva wptf wwnc wi* wjaa
wfla-wsun wlod warn wme w«b wapf
wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kpro
woal ktbs ktba wsoc wavs
MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kgtr kaW
PACIFIC—kyo kfi ky<v kemo flbq Wad
ktar kpo kex kya kyr kya
Cant. East.
4:30— 6:30—Ths Singing Lady—eaat
4:45— 5:45—Orphan Annie—east only
6:00- 6:00— Wm. Lundell's Interview
8:15— 6:15— Angelo Fernanda's Orch.
—east. Woo ley ths Moth—west
6:30— 6:30—Press-Radio News—bastol
Th# Singing Lady—midwest repeat
6:55— 6:35—Armand Girard and Orch.
6:45— 6:45— Lowell Thomas - east;
Orphan Annie—repeat to midwest
6:00— 7:00—Amoa ’n’ Andy—east only
6:15- 7:15—Gems of Melody Orchest.
6:45— 7:45—Ruth Etting’i Col. Prom.
7:15— 6:15—To Be Announced
7:30- 6:30—"Red Trails." Dramatis
8:00— 9:00—Oealth Valley Osya. Play
8:30— 6:30—Chicago's Music Magic
9:00—10:00—Melodic Strings. Ensem.
9:30—10:30—Discussion of Economies
10:00—11:00—Jack Denny Orchestra
east; Amos *»’ Andy—west repeal
10:15—11:15—Tom Coskloy Orchestra
10:30-11:30— Marti Michel’6 Orchestra
11:00—12:00—Shandor, ths Violinist
11:00—12:05—Tommy Tqcksr Orchestra
11:30-12:30— Dancing la Twin Citte#
THE TUTTS * By Crawford Young
Stubby BUD CMP* <*oott
DAp IS ALWAYS APPAID iHAT ONt* OP CLAQA^
Boy Frie-np^ will move. pk^rT >N with "Them
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