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OUT OUR WAY
OUR BOARDING HOUSE
12
Radio Time Table
“Good Night and 30.” i
Probably no other signature in radio has
aroused as much interest among listeners
as the “30” which is the last word of Paul
Sullivan’s news reviews over CBS.
No explanation is necessary for news
papermen. They know it's the symbol for
“the end.”
Sullivan is heard nightly, except Satur
day, on CBS’ network station KVI.
Times' radio m:llu.nn ;Ound from stations’
latest available schedules. This newspaper cannot as
sume responsiblity for last-minute program changes
Thursday
7 A M
Plo—-nnvouom. ;
v x-am Cowhand;
7:18, odles. ‘.
KEOMO Pof the
Morning: 7:15. Mem.
oranda. |
KJR Dr. Kenyon's
Church of the Air.
KIRO-—Klock Klub.
7:30 A. M.
KMO--News: 7:45. Tonic
Tunes |
K7l-—News; 7:45. Studio.
KOMO Memoranda;
7:45. Sam Hayes. ‘
KJR—News. |
| KlßO—Newsreer l
i 8 Ac Mfi ]
KM O - Breakfast Club;
' 8:15, Christian Science..
KVI—Top of the Morn
ing; 8:15, Four Kings
of Rhythm. b ]
KOMO-—Capt. Dobbsie,
KJR—Sunshine Club,
8:456, Yonng Dr. Malone,
KIIRO Rhythm: 8:10,
Weatlter Report. |
8:30 A. M.
KMO-—Keep Fit to Music.
KVl—News;, 8:45, Chil
dr;j\.
KOMO - Against the
Storm
KJR—Reveries,
9 A M
KMO-——Happy Homes.
KVl—Kate Smith; 9:15,
W?n a Girl Marries.
KOMO - Pilano; 9:15,
O’'Neills, |
| KJR News; 9:15, A
Woman Wonders.
| KlßO—Kate Smith.
| 9:30 A. M. ;
| KMO-—News; 9:45, Brldge.‘
| KVl—Helen Trent: 9:45,
| Gal Sunday
KOMO-—Tena and Tim;
[ 22:46. Adopted Daugh
| .
| KJR—National Parm and
| Home,
. KlßO—Serial.
l 10 A, M.
| KMO—Trade Program.
'K Vl- Goldbergs; 10:15,
| Life Can Be Beautiful.
| KOMO—Creamery
| KJR—Farm and Home,
KIRO--Serials
10:30 A. M.
| KMO-—Orchestra.
| KVl—This Day Is Ours;
| 10:45, Mary i.ge Taylor.
/I KOMO Patty Jean;
| 10:45, Dr. Kate.
! KJR—Cecil Solly; 10:45,
Harmony.
KlßO—Feature.
11 A, 5\
KMO Concert; 11:15,
P.-T A
K V I—Big Sister; 11:15.
| _Aunt Jenny.
. KOMO-—Betty and Bob,
i 'lel:lb. Grimm’s Daugh
r.
KJR—Thanks to America,
| KlßO—Serials
[ 1130 A.M.
|KM O—Southern School
| of the Air; 11:45, Con
| sumer’s Council.
!KVI Brenda Curtls;
| 11:45, My Son and Il
KOMO Valiant Lady:
11:45, Hymns.
RJR—Thanks to America.
FlßO—Serial |
‘ 12 NOON
| KMO Vitality; 12:15.
i News.
KVI-—-Gir] Interne; 12:15,
i Society Girl.
; KOMO - Mary Marlin;
| 12:15, Ma Perkins.
| KJR— Orphans of Di
. vorce
KlßO—Serial.
12:30 P. M.
KMO-—Little SBhow; 12:4.'».1
Wash.-Ore.
KVl—News; 12:45, Wom
an’s Page. !
K OM O—Pepper Young:
12:45, Vic & Sade.
KJR-—Career Wife.
KIRO-—News; 12:45, Sing
ing Sam.
IP. M .
KMO--Football.
‘ KVl—Kitty Kelly; 1:15
| Myrt and Marge. i
| KOMO—Organ Concert;|
| 1:15, Stella Dallas,
| KJR—Club Matinee,
| KlßO—Serials.
| L:3OP.M.
| KMO-—Football.
! KVl—Hilltop House; 1:45
Stepmother. |
KOMO—Mr. Dinwoodie; |
1:415, Blue Plate Spe-|
cial,
KJ R Medicine in the
News.
| KlßO—Serials.
2P M
KMO-—Football. |
| KVI—By Kathleen Norris;
2:15, Dr. Susan.
| KOMO—Glrl Alone !
| KJR—Club Orchestra.
2:30 P. M.
KMO-—Football. {
KVI-It Hnypened in
| _ Hollywood: 2:45, Baines.
KOMO—Patty Jean; 2:45.
| Meet Miss Julia
KJR Affalrs of An
| thony; 2:45, Denning
| Sisters.
3P M. |
| KMO—Football. i
KVI Mystic Melodies;
3:15, Songs. |
! KOMO-—-Rush Hughes.
| KJR—Hits. !
| KIRO-—Harmonies
3:30 P. M.
| KMO-—Football.
| KVl—Commentator; 3:45,
| Europe
| KOMO—Woman's Maga
| _zine of the Alr,
| KlJlß—Orchestra
! KlßO—Commentator.
4P M
.n.ao—nnu x“wn Lewts, Jr.;|
2 WS,
KVl—Orchestra. |
KOMO—Easy Aces: ¢:ls
Mr. Keen. ,
. KJR—Mr. Nobody. .
KIRO—Job Pinder: 4:15
Lost and Found. !
‘ 4:30 P. M. i
EMO-—Haven of Rest;
4:45 Round Towner
KVl—Jazz Etudes.
KOMO-—-K. 8. T. P. Pre
sents. !
KJR—Orchestra.
KIRO—Tea Dance.
SP. M. |
| KMO Alt Heidelberg
| _ Concert. ;
| KVl—News; 5:05. Ameri
| _can School of the Alr.
| KOMO-—Rhythm.
| KJR-~Frank Watanabe:
| 5:15 Tom Mix i
| KIRO Pather Goose
| Comes to Town; 5:15
Orchestra. :
The Tacoma Times
\
i
| 5:30 P. M,
KM O-—Jack Armstrong;
__5:45. Orphan Annle.
KVl—Life of Santa Claus.
KR AT B
—Anti-T. B.
KIRO - Costigan; 5:45.
Headlines
6 P. M.
KMO—Bt. Lu;:‘n Cholr.
va— or wes
l o‘ng!%oon News o
KJR - Beyond Doubt;
~ 6:15, News.
KlßO—Amateur Hour.
~ 6:30 P, M,
KMO-—John B. H\ghe-;
6:45, Raymond Gram
. swm‘. Be
KVI-—Ma wes
K(;:(‘g—god News ol
KJR—Town Meeting.
KlßO—Amateur Hour.
TP. M
KMO News;, 7:15
. Rhythmic Romance.
KVI- Columbia Work.
shop.
KOMO - Musie Hal
Hour,
KJR—Town Meeting.
'KIRO-—Studio.
| T:3OP. M.
| KMO-—Green Hornet.
KVI - Sports Huddle
7:45, Duo
x?uo—uunc Hall
KJR—Organ Concert.
KlßO—Sßports.
f 8§ P. M.
’K.MO——Orchutn.
KVl—Amos 'n' Andy
| 8:15, Geo. Johnson
. Violinist.
EKOMO —Fred Waring
8:15, I Love a Mystery
KJR-—Rainbow Room Or
chestra.
KlßO—Serial.
8:30 P. M.
KMO Teddy Wilson,
8:45 Twilight Trails.
Kx\g;m-n-nuket
O—Symphony.
Kilß«—Bowllna Center.
KlßO—Contest.
9 P. M.
KMO-—News; 9:15, Orch
KVI - Strange As I
Seems.
KEOMO--Symphony.
KJR-~Green Hornet,
9:30 P. M.
KMO--Jan Garber,
KVl—oil Program,
KOMO--Those We Love
KJR News; 0:45, Be
tween Rounds.
10 P, M.
KMO—Phil Harris.
KVI - Paul Sullivan
10:15, Local News
10:20, Orchestra.
KOMO News Flashes
10:15, Dance Music.
| KJR—Orchestra.
IKIRO News; 10:13
( Workshop.
10:30 P. M.
IKMO—Rhapsody in Wax
iK VI Orchestra; 10:4.
Yarns.
igOMO—Dance Tunes,
JR-—Orchestra.
KlßO—Studio.
il M
EMO—Jim Walsh.
'KVl—Casa Loma.
KOMO-—St. Francis Hote
KJR This Movin;
World; 11:15, Orches
tra,
KIRO--News.
' 11:30 P, M.
KMO—Rhythm Rascals.
KVl—Archie Bleyer
KOMO-—Gardens Orch,
KJR—Bill Sabransky.
KlßO—Musical.
| * « *
Friday
7TA. M
KMO-—Devotions.
KVl—Singing Cowhand
_T7:IS. _Melodies.
KEOMO Top of th
Morning; 7:15, Mem
oranQGa.
KJR Dr Kenyon'
Church of the Air,
KlßO—Klock Klub; 7:15
Farm Forum
7:30 A. M.
iKMo——News; 7:45, Toni
__Tunes.
KVI-—News; 7:45, Studio
KOM O-—Musical Clock.
7:45, Sam Hayes
KJR—News: 7:45, Sun.
shine Club
KIR O Newsreel; 7:45
Step Ahead.
8§ A. M.
KM O Breakfast Club;
8:15, Bread of Life.
KVI—-Top of the Morn:
ing: 8:15, Caroline.
KOMO--Ship of Joy
KJR Club; 8:15.
Younger Malone.
KIRO Musical; 8:10
Weather Report.
8:30 A. M.
KMO-—Keep Fit to Mu
sic; 8:45, Radio Garden
Club.
KVI- News; 8:45 M)
Children
KOMO-—Against Storm.
KJR-Reveries.
KlßO—Hits and Encores
9 A M
KMO -- Happy Homes;
9:15, Talk
KVl—EKate Smith; 9:15
When a Girl Marries.
KOMO-—Julia Blake: 9:15
O’'Neills.
KJR News; 9:15, 4
Woman Wonders
KIRO--Kate Smith,
9:30 A. M.
KMO-—News.
KVII-—-Helen Trent; 9:45
Gal Sunday
KOMO—Tena and Tim,
9:45, Adopted Daugh
ter.
KJR—National Farm anc
Home Hour.
KlßO—Serial
10 A, M.
KEMO - Trade; 10:15
Happy Gang
KVI—-Goldbelx.; 10:15
| Life Can Be utiful.
KOM O—Singers; 10:15
Ellen Randolph
KJR— Farm and Home;
~ 10:15, Contralto
KlßO—Serials.
| 10:30 A, M.,
KMO-—Notes; 10:45, Volice
of Experience.
KVl—Day Is Ours: 10:45,
Lanny Ross
KOMO Patty Jean;
~ 10:45. Dr, Kate
EJR-—Cecil Solly; 10:45
ey, A
KIRO-—-This Day.
| 11 AL M.
KMO-—Muse and Music;
- 11:15. Hawalians.
Kxx—;B;:mf’uur: 11:15.
un
EOMO-—Betty and Bob;
, 2:1&. Grimm's Daugh-
T
KJR Listen to the
| Lyrics
KIRO —Serials.
11:30 A. M,
"ENO-—-Word Dramas,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1939
Paul Sulllvan
KVI Brenda Curtis; |
| 11:45 Son and I |
AN mmienL e
i : y -
'KJR—Cowboy Joe. |
!
; 12 NOON
‘KM O-—-Harmony Home;
. 12:15, News
KVl—Girl Interne; 12:15,
Soclety Girl.
KOMO Mary Marlin;
:‘521:115 li(ul‘erku\‘:f o 8
i vorce; 19:15. News,
' KIRO-—Studlo.
! 12:30 P. M.
!KMO—Orchestra.
,xvx-uuag:nu.
/K OM O—Pepper Young:
| 12:45, Vic and Sade.
| KJR—Organ; 12:45, Dept.
| of Agriculture.
| KIRO-—News; 12:45, Sing
ing Sam
L e
|KMO—Y. M. B. C.
KVI Kitty Kelly; 1:18,
| Myrt and Marge.
KOMO OUrgan;, 1:15,
l Stella Dallas.
KJR Commonwealth
| Club,
KlßO—Serials,
1:30 P. M.
KMO—Songs; 1:45, Book
a Week.
'KVI - Hilltop House;
| _1:45, Stepmother.
KOM O—oUh, Mr. Dun
widdie.
KJR - Commonwealth
Ciub,
KlßO—Serials,
2 P. M.
/KMO-—SBiesta; 2:15, John
| son Family
KV I— Kathleen Norris;
‘ 1:15, Dr. Susan.
KOMO—Gir] Alone; 2:15,
Midstream,
KJR—Your Holiday Note
book; 2:15, Studio
| Party.
| KIRO-—Serial
2:30 P. M.
KMO-—Ma Perkins; 2:45,
Planist,
KVi—Happened in Holly
wood, 2:45, Baines,
KOMO—Patty Jean; 2:45,
{ Miss Julia.
| Klß—Affairs of Anthony.
KlßO—Serial.
3P M
KMO--Feminine Fancies,
K Vil melodies; 3:10,
Hedda Hopper.
|KOMO Rush Hughes;
.| 3:10. Ferae Grole
KJR—Earl Wild.
KlßO—reminine Forum;
3:15, Women's News,
| 3:30 P. M.
| KMO-—Bell McCune, Or
| chestra.
KVI—H. V. Kaltenborn;
' 3:45, News,
|KOMO-—Woman's Maga~
| zine of the Air.
KJr——Three Cheers.
| KlßO—Kaltenborn.
| 4 P. M
KEMO—Fulton Lewls, Ir.;
4:15, News
IKVl—Cameos in Swing.
“ KOMO-—music for Listen
| ing
KJR-—HIt Tunes.
| KIRO—Job Finder: 4:15,
| Lost and Found.
1 4:30 P. M.
- KMO—Haven of Rest,
'Avli Contrast In
Rhythm.
KOMO Po&l.xlar Hits;
4:4s,White OSS,
K J R—Yesterday's Chil
dren.
KIRO-—Tea Dance.
| 6 P. M.
KMO - Vitality Club;
5:15, Cowboy.
KVi—News: 5:08, School
of the Air.
KOMO-—-Don't Forget.
KJR—Dramatjzations of
Books.
| KlßO—Father Gooee.
| 5:30 P. M.
KMO-—Jack Armstrong:
| 5:45, Orphan Annile
|KVl—Life of Sant Claus;
| 5:45, Headlines,
KOMO-—Vignettes,
|KJR—Etchings in Brass.
| KlßO—Howard Costigan.
g 6 P, M.
EMO You and Your
| Dog; 6:15, Reichmuth
| Pamily.
KVl—Professor Quiz.
KOMO-—Waltz Time.
KJR—Plantation Musical
| KIRO—Bob Trout.
6:30 P, M,
KM O—John B. Hughes;
i 645, Raymond G.
| Swing.
KVl—First Nighter,
KOMO-—-Geo. Jessel,
|KJR—News,
| KlßO—Theater,
7P. M.
| KMO-—News; 7:15. Sport
| Slants
;KVl—Gnnd Central Sta
| tion
KOMO-—-Serenade. |
KJR—I,OOO and 1 Wives.
KIRO-—Popular Program.
‘ 7:30 P, M. |
| KMO—Lone Ranger,
|IKVI- Young Man and
| Band. |
KOMO-—Armchair; 7:45,
Vocal \
IKJR—Orchestra. |
| KlßO—Band ‘
| 8 P. M.
KMO-—Orchestra |
|KVI Amos 1’ Andy;
8:15, Lum and Abner
KOMO-—Fred Waring.
KJR—Buckaroos |
I 8:30 P, M.
KMO-—Music.
KVl—Johnny Presents,
| KOMO Death Valley
| Days.
|KEJR —~ In the Mike
! Light; 8:45 Orchestra
‘ SP. M
KMO-—News; 9:15, Skin
nay Ennis.
KOMO.Hotel " Orches
| ote re tra.
| KJR—Orchestra
‘ 9:30 P. M.,
/KMO--Orchestra
[lé\é!u—x:u Smith.
| O—Highlight Hour,
|KJR—News, 9:45, Tubby
| Graves.
* 10 P, M.
iKMO—Orcheszn.
'KVI Sullivan Reviews
the News; 10:15, News;
10:20, Musical.
‘K OM O - News Flashes;
| _10:15, Music.
KJR—Orchestra.
S 10:30 P. M.
O-—Rhapsody in Wax.
KVI-—-Orchestra.
BOMO TNt ¢ empe. |
} ] emple.
KlßO—Varieties. !
| 11PN
O—-nh!thn Rascals.
E{"!—m b
KOMO-—Bal Tabarin
KJR—Moving World.
| 11:30 P. M.
KMO—Orchestra.
KOMO—Orchestra,
KVI-—-Orchestra.
KJR—OQOrganist.
THE LADY IS
RECKLESS
By ROB EDEN
(Continued from Page §)
a situation like this. After all,
use of the confession in exposing
Fenwick would clear Tom Mac
querry’s name, even if it were
used primarily as a scheme to dis
lodge him from control of the
city’s political machine.
It suddenly dawned on her that
she was to blame for Bob Brock's
plight.
“If T hadn't started messing
around trying to get that box,
Fenwick never would have discov
‘ered who Bob was. He'd be safe,
and ‘eventually would have been
able to dig up the information he
‘was after,” she told herself.
' “Of course, Bob, the paper is
yours to use in any way you wish,
it we are able to get our hands
on it,” she said. “I at least owe
you that for upsetting all your
plans and endangering your life.”
Find the Box
“That's great,” he replied en
thusiastically. “Now all we have
to do is find the box.”
“Yes,” she agreed a bit bitterly,
“that’s all.”
He laughed.
“It may not be so hard as it
seems,” he said. “But in the
meantime I've got to keep tab on
Fenwick, find out what's he's
planning.”
“How 7"
“Through Nina, she'll tell me
anything she knows and she's
smart enough to get a line on what
her father has in mind.”
To Prison
] “So, you'll keep on using her?"
Jill realized now, for the first
time, that Brock had been using
Nina, deliberately cultivating her,
gelting himself invited to the Fen
wick home, getting on intimate
terms with her father, all for the
| purpose of trying to collect enough
levidence of Fenwick’s crookedness
to send him to prison.
' “Sure, why not?” Brock an
swered, lightly. “When you're in
my business, you use anybody,
everybody you can to get what
you want.”
“Just like you've been using me,
too ?" she asked.
He stared at her suddenly, and
then smiled.
I Hidden Confession
“Yep, just that way. But I
haven't used you very much, have
I 1? Not yet, anyway. But you can
imagine how I almost jumped out
of my skin when you told me about
that hidden confession involving
Fenwick.”
“So you decided to -cultivate
me ?” Jill knew she was foolish to
force an answer, but she couldn't
help herself.
She had to know if in his mind
she was just another Nina Fen
'wick, a girl to be used, her feel
ings to be played with, for a pur
pose of his own,
1 “Now don't get angry, Jill,” he
said. “Of course I have to get my
'inlormation any way I can. But
I haven't been nice to you, merely
|for that purpose, if that's what
| you want to know."”
She decided she'd better let it go
~lat that for the time being.
: “How do you suggest we go
| | about recovering the stolen box ?"
‘ “We've got to find Rodney
{| Shore,” he stated, positively. “I'm
certain from what you've told me,
that he’s the man who has the box
and I'd give odds that he's still
~ here, or close by, at any rate,
: Blackmail
“A lawyer who would do a stunt
. like that certainly wouldn't hesis
[tate to blackmail and he's smart
| enough to know that he can get a
‘| huge settlement out of Fenwick
for that confession. What does he
l look like, anyway ?"
| “Wait, I'll draw him for you,”
The girl got a piece of hotel sta
tionery from a writing desk near
by, took up a pen and in a few
minutes had a reasonably good
likeness of Rodney Shore.
She wrote down the color of his
eyes and hair.
" “Swell. If he's in town, we'll
find him. Tl'll turn this over to
Captain O’Shaughnessy, who hap
pens to be one of the honest cops
in Rawlton and friendly to Judge
Gordon and me. He'll have every
hotel in town checked and if Shore
is registered, no matter under
'|what name, his men will find
him.”
He stood up to go.
“1 want you to be very careful,
Jill,” he warned. “Don't ever leave
the hotel after dark unless I'm
with you. Be carefu]l where you
g 0 in the day time, and don't let
anyone send you on any mysteri
|ous errands. They'll probably try
to trap you that way.”
| He took a card from his pocket
and wrote three numbers on it.
“You can always reach me at
One of these numbers in case of
trouble,” he saide “The first is my
office, the sedond my apartment
and the third is Judge Gordon's
number. He'll always know where
I can be reached.”
“Good night,” she murmured, ex
tending her hand. “Be careful,
Bob, for my sake.”
(To Be Continued)
KYSER WELL SUPPORTED
Kay Kyser and his popular band,
making their initial fiim appear
ance in RKO Radio’s “That's Right,
You're Wrong,” share acting hon
ors with such noted players as
Adolphe Menjou, May Robson, Ed
ward Everett Horton and Roscoe
Karns.
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