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El heraldo de Brownsville. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1934-19??, April 18, 1935, Image 10

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THE GUMPS — One Never Can Tell
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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS — Make Believe
WELL-IS THAT
ALL,, DOCTOR
AM I THROUGH
WITH MV
EXAMINATION I
NOW?
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I u.
OH TELL US,
DOCTOR -
IS HE ALL
Right?
DID ME
PASS?
HM AFRAID
WE WON»V ,
KNOW ABOUT
THAT FOR
A WHILE
VET
YOU DON'T THINK
THERE'S AMY CHANCE
OF HIS BEINCr
TURNED DOWN Tl
DO YOU,DOCTOR?
WEkU-THB
COMPANY'S
RUNNINCr A BtGr ,
RISK-WE CANT]
TAKE ANY
CHANCES-,
1 KNOW- BUT AFTER
HARDLY
TVIEYD
DARE TO
REFUSE A ♦5:000,000*
POLICY- WOULD THEY ?
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ALL I HAVE TO SAY
MADAME- IS THAT
MR. DUMP MAY COUNT V
HIMSELF A VERY FORTUNATE
MAK) IF HE'S ACCEPTED
FOR TMIE POLICY
WOTS AND HER BUDDIES — No Co-opcnUon
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OUB BOARDING HOUSE
By AHERN
OUT OUB WAT
By WILLIAM!
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WHATS TH MATTER WITH SOU MEN
ACE SOU MICE ,OR CHEESE0?
f HERE 1M BETTINi#\00 THAT TR% %
MAJORS HOSS WILL BEAT MCNULYYS
PLLkb. AM' YOU'RE AFRAID TO TAKE
^50. APIECE OUT CF TH' MOSS,TO
> WITH ME !—I TELL YOU .TH'BET IS AS
SURE AS OUCH AN' A DENTISTS DRILL]
^1>A TRAININ' TH' MAJORS NAS,
AN I TELL SOU,HE HAS SO MUCH
SPEED, I'LL HAVE TO PUT A
KNOT IN MS TALTO
HIM TPOM PUNNING
OUT OF HIS
HIDE |
HOW ABOUT
MRS.HOOFLfc
HERE'sY j
SOME \
PIECES \
THAT
WASuT I
OKJ TH' r
STREET
BEFORE I
VOU /
WEKJT /
8V. / /
TH/S
MIGHT
BE WHAT'S
WROKJG
WITH IT,
MA'AM —
I THOT
I SEEM
IT DROP
OFF.
(if
u —
I eORM TH1RTV VEAR^ TOO SQQKi.
ERVICC. IMC T. M. Rtc U S. P«T Off
THE NEWFANGLES iMoin'n Pop) — It's a Problem
By COWAB
S . I — . . .n - "
you caf/t pro* where vou
GOT IT, WITHOUT GIVING AL
AWAY- YOU QC JUST MATING
TROUBLE! THE BEST WAY OUT,IS
FOR YOU AND *£ TO BRING ON A
WAV* OF PROSPERITY, BY
SPENDING IT f ^
X TB-L YOU,
fM SHOOTING
straight/
THIS MCNLY GOES
BACK WHERE.
ft BELONGS !
!y
OM,V€AH?BUT MOW
ARE VOU GONO TO
DO IT, WITHOUT
MTTtNO INTO A JA/A
V
d'
LET AC THINK - NOW
1 NAME TO PROVE WINDY
KUHN IS INNOCENT, SOME
WAY AND STILL KEEP MV
NAME OUT OF IT /
ITASH TI BBS — Boardj Taken a Trip, To*
By CKABI
WkA i f A COCKTAIL.
fmni* 5?eciPE^s
AU. WE BROUGHT
BACK from that
BAXJk IKJ ROME?
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wot TMAs/ks bitten <9 Vwy i tmou6HT>
HM, RDDNERfJVOU'D ENJOV
to SOU, BOVS,
I'LL WAVE
CHAMPAGNE
COCKTAILS AT
MV WE DOING
RECEPTION •
THE TfRiP.
SWELL
TIME.
T
(i
DOING TO ME?LEGGO'
r
WELL
LET GO,
all Right.
BRICK BRADFORD—With Brocco the Buccaneer
By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY
A FAST CAR AWAITS
BRICK AT THE
GOVERNOR'S ISLAND
/y DOCK
THERE $ VOUR PLANE,
BRADFORD. YOUTL CHANGE
TO RLYING CLOTHES FIRST,
OF COURSE / j
BRADFORD, LIEUTENANT
CHENOVETW - WHO'LL
FLY YOU TO WASHINGTON.
--
GLAD TO KNOW
YOU-ALL SET?
-y~.
AND SO BRICK STARTS ON
HIS FATEFUL MISSION
WHILE A NATION WATCHES/
I’LL TAKE A HAND INI
THIS/ WE DONT WANT
PUFE PETTINGILL ON
OUR HANDS, LIKE HE
WAS, ON HIS LAST
VISIT f?
1
BY PRETENDING WE RE
DESTITUTE.POVERTY
STRICKEN? AND I LL
WAGER HE WONT STAY
LONG / FRECKLES...TAG...
PUT ON YOUR OLDEST
program* iudjcci xo cnange. r. m.
NBCWEAF NETWORK
BASIC — East: weaf wlw w< « 1 wtlo
irjar wtaff wcsli kyw whio wfl.r wrc
wgy wbeti wcae wlam wwj wsal; mid:
kad wrong wefl who wow wdaf wkbf
NORTHWEST A CANAOIAN - wimj
wlt.a kst* webc w«la> kfyr crct cfcf
SOUTH — wrva wptf wwno wis wjax
wfla-wsun wind asm wtnc wsb wapl
wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wfaa wl>ap kprc
woai ktbs kths wsoc wave w ar
MOUNTAIN— koa kdyl kitir kgU!
PACIFIC — kgo kfi kt;\v komo khq
kfsd ktar kicu kpo k-x kita kvr kya
Cent. East.
4:30— 5:30— Sugar A Bunny. Comedy
4:45— 5:45—Willie Bryant's Orchestra
5:00— 6:00—George Duffy Orchestra
5:15— 6:15—Amer. Vocational Ass’n.
5:30— 6:30— Press-Radio News Period
5:35— 6:35—Mary Small A Orchestra
5:45— 6:45—Billy A Betty—W.af only
6:00— 7:00—Gene Marvey Orchestra
6:30— 7:30—The Merry Minstrel Show
7:00— 8:00—Rudy Vallee's Hr.—c to c
8:00— 9:00—Showboat of the Airwave
9:00—10:00—Whiteman's Music Hall
10:00—11:00—Graham McNamee—wvaf
10:15—11:15—Meredith Wilson Orchest.
10:45—11:45—Tom Coakley & Orchestra
11:00—12:00—Dance Music Orchestra
11:30—12:30—Joe Reichman Orchestra
CBS WABC NETWORK
BASIC—East: walx- wad- w.»ki> wrao
wash wnac wjrr wkbw wkrc whk cklw
wdrc wrau wjas wean wfbl wiipd wjsv
wbnn; Midwest: wbbm wfbm krnbc
kmox wowo whas kfab
EAST—wp* whp wheo wlbs wfea wore
wlcc’efrb ckae wihx wmas
DIXIE—w-Rst wsfa w-bre wqam wdod
klra wrec wlac wdsu wtoc krld wrr
ktrh ktsa wnro koma wdbo wbt wdae
whig w-dbj wwva wmhr wsjs wmbr
wall ktul k*ko wena wdne wnox kwkh
MIDWEST — wal wmt wmbd wisn
wibw kfh wsmk w-kbn weco wsbt ksej
wnax woe
MOUNTAIN—kvor klx koh ksl
COAST — khj koir kfre kol kfpy kvi
kfbk kmj kwp kern kdb kpnh k|tb
Cent. East.
4:30— 5:30—Jack Armstrong — east;
Ensemble—Dixie; Vocal—west
4:45— 5:45—Dick Tracy—baste. Mini
atures — midwest; Between Book*
ends—west; Cosmopolitans—Dixie
5:00— 5:00—Buck Rogers— east; Be
atrice Osgood. Pianist—west
1:15— 6:15 — Bobby Benson — east;
The Men of Notes Trio—midwest
5:30— 6:30—Frank Dailey Orchestra—
east. Al Roth Orch.— west; Jack
Armstrong, Sketch—midwest rpt
<o p° !
^\\
HE'LL PLUNK HIMSELF
DOWN HERE UNTIL.
HE SETS ENOUGH CASH
ID OUTFIT HIMSELF
FOR ANOTHER ONE
OF HIS FOOLISH
GOLD HUNTS/
I*LL EMPTY THE CUPBOAQDS M
AND THE ICC BOX, AND TAKE
DOWN THE DRAPES ! THAT
OUGHT TO DISCOURAGE
HIM H
rr HAS ME
DISCOURAGED,
ALREADY
RADIO PROGRAMS
THURSDAY, APRIL 18 (Central and Eastern Standard Time)
Note: All programs to key anil basic chains or groups thereof unless speote
fled; coast to coast <c to c) designation Includes all available stations.
O *0 -0 00 » ^ ^ C»
utni.
5:45— 6:45—Beauty Program — east;
Milton Charlea, Organist—west
5:55— 6:65—Press-Radio Newt Perio4
6:00— 7:00—Myrt and Margo — easts
Chicago Concert Orcheatra—meat
6:15— 7:15—Juat Plain Bill — east*
Maple Street—Dixie: Orch.—midw
6:30— 7:30—Benay Venuta in Song-*
<-a*t Buck Rogers—midwest rpt
:45— 7:45—Boake Carter's Comments
:00— 8:00—Romance by David Root
:30— 8:30—Leith Stevens Harmonies
:00— 9:00—Walter O’Keefe A Shaw
:30— 9:30—Waring'a Pennsylvanians
:30—10:30—Horace Heidt's Brigadiers
:45—10:45—The Voice of Crueadere
:00—11:00—Freddy Bergin Ore.—ba
sic; Myrt and Marge—rpt for west
10:30—11:30—E. Madriguera Orcheatra
11:00—12:00—Herbie Kay and Orcheet
11:30—12:30—Denny Thompson Orchs*.
NBC WJ2 NETWORK
BASIC — East: wj* whz-wbza wbal
wham kilka wear wjr wlw wsyr wmil
wfil: Mid: wckv wenr wla kwk kwcr
koil *ri>n wmaq kso wkhf
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN — wtm#
wiba kwtp webe wday kfyr crct ctct
SOUTH — wrva wptf wane wls wjax
wfla-weun wind wsm wmc wsb wapl
wjilx vamb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kprs
woal kths kths wsoc war*
MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kxir krhl
PACIFIC—kro kfl krw knmo khq kfsd
Ittar kpn kex kira ktrr kya
Cent. E.ist.
4:30— 5:30—The Singing Lady—eaat
4:45— 5:45—Orphan Annie—east only
5:00— 6:00—Wm. Lundell'a Interview
5:15— 6:15—To Be Announced—east:
Wooley the Moth—west
5:30— 6 30—Press-Radio News — ba
sic: The Singing Lady—midw rpt
5:35— 6:35— Armand Girard and Orcfe.
5:45— 6:45—Lowell Thomas — east;
Orphan Annie—repeat to mldweat
6:00— 7:00—Amos 'n' Andy—eaat only
6:15— 7:15—To Be Announced
6:30— 7:30—Floyd Gibbons Headlines
6 45— 7:45—Tune Twisters. Vocalists
7:00— 8:00—Pastorale, Concert OrcK
7:30— 8:30—To Be Announced
8:00— 9:00—Death Valley Days, Play
8:30— 9:30—Angell Mercado Orchestra
8:45— 9:45—Cyril Pitts, Tenor Soloa
9:00—10:00— Melodic Strings, Ensem.
9:30—10:30—Discussion of Economics
10:00—11:00—Bob Chester Orchestra-—
east: Amos 'n* Andy—west repeat
10:30—11:30—Manny LaPort Orchestra
11:00—12:00— Shandor and Hie Violin
11:06—12:06—Tommy Tucker Orchestra
11:30—12:30— Dancing in Twin Citlea
THE TUTTS
By Crawford Young
d\d stvbby
BUD^CMRa W* Stocti
IN ANY 5lTUA-flON SW\ CAM ALWAYS Draw At
Moqal abouY "Their Home lips
a w" xV.TT
1
MOWS THIS,
MOM? DO WE
LOOK SEEDY
ENOUGH
2
THATS FINE? FATHER,
TAKE UP THE RUGS,
AMO HI06 THEM —
PUT THE RADIO IN
THE GARAGE, AND
PULL THE ELECTRIC
UGHT SWITCH *

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