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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California                              OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1934 17 RADIO NEWS AND PROGRAMS TODAYS BROADCAST KLX PHONES 6000 KESIDE 6015 Richard Crooks Program Tonight to Originate in Sail Francisco Studios By K L ECKSAN Richard Crooks Metropolitan tenor who is starring with the San Francisco Opera Company will be heard from NCBs San Francisco studios to night in aj transcontif r e n t a 1 to be heard over KPO The famous tenor is scheduled to sing B e e t h ovens I Love Thee Sieczinskys Someone Will Make You Smile MAppari from Flo tows Mar tha and Tell Me nictiARi CUOOKS Tonight by Spoliansky and Una Furtiva Lagrima from LElixir dAmour Sharing time with Crooks on this program will be William Dalys symphonic string orchestra and an IBvoice chorus heard from the Radio City studios DONINELLI ON CBS Another famous voice sheduled to be heard over the nir lanes to night is that Aidn Doninelli Metropolitan Opera soprano who will be guest star on the CBS trans continental to be heard over KFRC from to 6 The famous Gua temalan singers voice will also be heard throughout Mexico Central and South America by short wave during this broadcast The program will be dedicated to dialers in the southern countries For them the star will sing the Cuban Siboney and Padillas La Violetera Other selections to be included in the Doninelli program are Micaolas aria from Carmen and Dvoraks Songs My Mother Taught Me Josef Pasternacks orchestra will offer Victor Herberts Pan Ameri cana following this number with Flying Down to Rio and a group of valtzes from Noel Cowards Bitter Sweet Hijjli spots for this evening over KLX will include the World Broadcasting System transcrip tion titled Silver Strains This program will he heard from to Our American Thanksgiving is the subject of a talk to be delivered this evening by Dr Maxwell H Savellc professor of history nt Stanford The program will be on the air from R to and will be heard over KGO Among other in teresting facts to be pointed out by the speaker concerning Thanksgiv ing is that while it is so typically American it has been observed as a national holiday only since 1BG3 THANKSGIVING SONGS An octet of mixed voices in Thanksgiving songs will be fea tured on the Contented Hour on KPO tonight at 7 This harmony combination will be made up of a group of eight mixed voices This ensemble will bo heard in three numbers a special arrange ment of Two Hearts in ThreeFour Time by Stolz to be sung without orchestra accompaniment a special arrangement of Rodgers Blue Room and as a finale Del Riegos Homing the last two songs with the orchestra conducted by Morgan L Eastman The Lullaby Lady has a special slumber song written for her by Alma Wallace Randall organist of a Winnetkn church Th music is original while the lyrics arc those of the familiar Bye Baby Bunting The concert opens with Thanks giving by Carmichael offered by quartet and orchestra Ruth Lyon soprano and Cyril Pitts tenor will sing the duet Be Still My Heart by Flynn The orchestral feature of this program will be Cecile Chaminades Scarf Dance The second guest star of the season on the Red Pavis series will VIE Olin Dutra national open prolf champion who will make elehut as a radio dramatic yirc former in UK Davis script this evening at on KPO Dutra follows Madge Kennedy stage and screen actress into the doings of the Davis household The golf star will be heard in three broadcasts playing the role of Olin Dutra national open golf champion biu his part will be non to P M KLX Opportunity Hour 330 Records Musical Jigsaw Hughes John and Ned Edna Fischer Shirley Howard Singing Strings KGO U S Army Band Cook Book Organ KFRC Feminine Fancies Frank Castle A Better Busi ness Bureau Art Community Chest Preview KROWFay L a n p h i e r MerryGoRound Hits KQW Stocks Music Va riety Music to P M Brother Bobs Club Health School of the Air Perkins Studio Chatter Studio Don Pedros Orch Will Aubrey Big Top Russo 4 15 Univer sity of the Air Bob Allen Between Bookerras Tea Dance Silent Lee Davis Date Book Bay Meadows Jack Hall KQW Childrens Stories Island Songs to P SI KLX Helen Woginan Parmelee pianist Adventures of Bill Mack and Jimmie Covered Wagon Jubilee Carters Supper Paul Carson organ and Music Edna Fischer Stamp Club Little Orphan Annie KFRC Carson Robison and Buckaroos Billy Batchelor Radio Hour Josef Paster nacks Orch KYA Childrens Hour Metropolitans Corner Health Health KQW Sunshine Records Portugal Chestnuts to 700 P M Trio Minstrels Gene Ar nold Quartet Harry Kogen House Party Fritzi Scheff hostess Orchestra Gillette Safe ty First Air Adventures of Jimmy Allen KFRC Andre Kostelanetz Rosa Ponselle Marshall Sohl About Town Organ Sports Serial KROW Rhythm NcerDoWell Records Markets Studio Twilight to P M Items Lovable Liars Silver Strains Clinic of the Air SHIPPING AND PORT NEWS Lullaby Lady Morgan L Eastman Memory Lane Polaks Orch Comedy Stars Hollywood Community Chest Talk Cliff Nazarro Kings Orch Raymond Mnrlowe tenor Unsolved Mysteries Turf 730 Cowboys Louise Taber Turf Spanish Program Organ News Va rieties Italian Drama to OHHI P of the Air AISlar Sports Doiip Montell and Coach Sam Daugherly Tonic Tunes n Andy Gene and Glenn Garden Concert Richard Crooks Wm Daly University pro gram College Daze Drama Hour KFRC JVIyrt and Marge Edwin C Hill Jamboree Hour Ama teur Party fc KROW Watch Tower Harmonies Veterans of Foreign Wavs KTAB Butchers Bob Marton tonor German Frcv gram Disks C of C Sketch Opera Disks to P M CLX Ivrausmcycr and Cohen Melody Race Press Radio Bureau News Flashes Musical Headlines KPO The Show Rush Hughes Yahbut and Cheerily George Stalls Orch Lombardo Anson Weeks KFRC Jamboree Claude Hopkins Orch Party Na tional Defense Dance Orch Studio News Boxing Frolic St Marys Music to P M Uncords Red Davis Waltz Time Meredith Wil son News Mavericks News Williams Walsh Orchestra KFRC News Drama Joe Sullivan Lionel Hamptons Orch Trobbo Studio Sports Drama Music P M to MIDNIGHT FioRito Organ Jimmy Grier Hoaglands Orch Midnight Mocxls Gram Organ Music Programs Broadcast From KLX Aid lo All in Health Food Beauly and Fun SHIP MOVEMENTS TO ARRIVE MONDAY NOVRMltUK 3B Rotterdam Lochmonar t CalcuttaSilverpahv 1 Now York Irisbauk NorfolkLancaster Norfolk San Lucas Seattle Columbian Produce Ts Brought Coast in Big QuanlHics In these days of HCL the cost of medical attention is an item that the average person must consider seriously There is where the Clinic of the Ait c o n d u c t 0 d from KLX each week elav and on Mon day nights Is perform 1 n g public service The Clinic is conducted o y Dr L j Sherman M D and a o m e s on he air from until oclock an Monday evenings Anothei public ser MAKTHA IKE vice performed by KLX is lie con duct of The Tribune Home Econom ics Department Thic is on the air every clay except Saturday and Sun day from to oclock and is under the direction of Martha Lee While health and the inner man are provided for by the foregoing programs beauty culture must also be taken care of This is done from KLX by tho Paramount Beauty Salon which is broadcast on Tues day mornings from to The youngsters will have their innings tonight at in the ad ventures of Bill Mack and limrnie a program sponsored on KLX by the Kilpatrick Bakery Humor comos on KLX from the stunts of Krausmcyer and Colin the two lively comedians courtesy of Hop Gold Beer ON AIR TOMORROW technical and his scripts promise to carry a lot of entertainment for listeners whether they be golfers or not Principal supporters of Dutra will te Burgess Meredith Marion Bar ney Jack Roseleish and Elizabeth Wragge constituting the Davis family and Johiny Kane neighbor hood pal of Red j International Kitchen GLADYS CRONKHITK Director Bacon Turkey Stuffing cup bacon 12 tiny button onions with a clove in each cup giblets cooked 5 cups bread crumbs 4 celery tops chopped 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper Dash celery salt 1 teaspoon Summer savory 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 2 cups giblets or soup stock cup grape juice Brown bacon remove from pan and chop To the hot fat add onions and cook until clear add giblets bread mimbs and seasonings Mois ten with llciuid in which giblets were cooked and mix with grape Juice tn A Cs Gospel1 Singer Finance Lee S Roberts Morning Parade Rocks Clock Hillbillies Klock Klub Clock Hour Melodies to A M N Y Slocks Covered Wagon Jubilee Your Child Dr Ella Oppenheimer speaker U S Marine Band Musicale OBrien Or Can Concert Beaux Arts Trio Alexander Semmler pianist Holly wood Country Church Science reading Feature Garden Talk Concert Digest Clock Review KRE Records Campus News Records to A M Shopping List Clinic of the Air Lee Edna Fischer Martha Meade So ciety Organ S Marine Band Lucile Kirtlcy Trio Experience Studio Good Will Arthur Warren Studio Prudence Penny Waltz Time Hour Concert Health Concert to A M S F Stocks financial information weather 1020l PressRadio Bureau News Flashes International Kitchen Gladys Cronkhitc KPO As Woman to Woman CliK Nazarro V7omans Magazine of the Air Sixth Coast A r tiller y Band Betty Genia Fonariova Plain Bill Womens Home Forum Esther Velas and Ensemble Studio Novelty Glen Goff organist Bachelor Fea ture Health Hill billy Records Organ ythm Revue Concert KQW Headline Memories Aunt Sammy Old Hits KRE WaUzlime Piano Records Mary Dowd Reardon Program A M lo NOON and Orosco Tonic Tunes Reauty Sa lon Musical Srrapbonk Magazine of the Air Smackout Vic and Sade KGO William Cowles Agriculture KFRC Little French Princess Louis Philippe 1115 Feature American School of Air Dance KTAB Charlotte Wilson Beauty Facts ThreeFour Time Hollywood program Health Dflncc KROW Health KROW Spotlight LatinAmerican program Accordion Theater program NOON to PM time by Tribune siren Dance Music Don Brose the Melody Boy Musical Auction Farm and Home Collins Orchestra Finance Robert Pitner tenor Mickey Gil lette Concert KTAB Agricul tural Period Portugal program Calif Farm Hour Hits Today Markets to P M Mnriha Lee Pop Concert and Bob East and Dumke Ma Perkins Betty Marlowe Gillette Ann Warner Dot Kay Henlth Talk Science Service Slocks Studio Chest Luncheon Hotel St Francis Womens Institute of the Air Piano Jcin Kent KJBS Stocks Records Dance Spanish Serenade Ballad Time Concert Organ Records to P M ann Found Records Closing S F Stocks Records Pearce and His Gang Wilson Pair of Pianos Valdemars Orchestra Modern Notes Romancln Charlotte Wilson ThreeFour Time B B Records Matinee lo P M KLX Playinpr he Soncr Mnrket Records Belter Housing riaylettc Hughes Eileen Piggott Edna Fischer Dorothy Page Song fellows Orchestra Federation Hymn Sing Beaux Arts Trio Fancies Matinecc Correct English Symphony Highlights Studio Royal Sophistication Feature L a n p h i e r KROW MerryGoRound 345 Hits of Today Music Records lo P M Race Brother Bons Cluli Health School of the Air Guard Don Pedros Orch You and Your Government Studio KGO Arts Trio TfilyHo Big Top Russo Orchestra University of 1he Air Stu Between the Bookcncls Highlights Ton Dance Parade Date Book Bay Meadows Keep Smil ins Time Organ Melodies Lee Davis Cow Records 430 Stories Island Songs P M KLX Helen Wcirman pianist Adventures of Bill Mack and Timmle Coverei Wagon TiiliUee Nomadsh Behind the Footlights Co cuettcs p Stage Chatter Sam Moore Chester Row ell 515 Litllo Orphan Annie Son of Fire Billy Bachelor Studio Phil Levant and Orchestra Metropoli tans Campbell Corner LaMarr Health Ramona and Romero Health Chestnuts 10 P M Trio Ed Wynn Forum Harry Slanlpn Air Ad ventures ol Jimmy Allen Crosby Boswell Sis ters Isham Jones Orch Concert Fea tures Foalurc Trobbe Feature Rhythm Kings Stu dio Feature Markets Records Silent Organ 70 to P IM Items Souvenirs of Solids Morse tenor Since of Life Box Theater Musical Comedy The Pink Indy Mans Palace Redwood Reveries Argen tine Trio big brown Mnlson freighters are moving a great deal of Ha waiian Islands produce to Pacific Coast ports nt tho present time The Maunalei yesterday reported she has the following cargo For San Francisco 124700 bags of raw sugar for Crockett find 30 400 bags for western refinery For Portland 5000 bags of re fined sugar considerable Kona cof fee canned pineapple molasses and general cargo For Seattle 8000 bags of re fined sugar 7500 cases of canned pineapple also Kona coffee mo lasses and general cargo For Tacoma 2000 bags of refined sugar and 900 cases of canned pines The Matson freighter Maui will arrive Wednesday from Hawaiian ports with another big cargo of island She reports 335000 bags of raw sugar for Crockett refinery 19300 cases canned pineapples for San Francisco 20700 cases for Alamcrta also bananas plundev mail fresh pineapples and various other items CHEF HAS BUSY TIME Chef Paul Vater of the Matson Lines restauranlcafeteria at pier 3032 is going around in an ab stracted mood today muttering to himself Turkeys cranberries pumpkin pics celery Tho reason is that Wednesday noon the anmia prcThanksgiving dinner will be served The feast will start aboir mand will continue unti the last turkey is carved The line of mnrch will be n noblo one always MatsonOccanic executives men goncl looking young women from the Matsoi building uptown and husky sieve tlorcs will be there by the hundred to do justice lo the big clinnci sowed nne day ahead of Thanks giving Day when the Mnlson an Oceanic docks and oCCiccs will b closed British Columbia Scatlle Columbia Columbia ColumbiiL Columbia i Columbia lO Columbia Columbia Los Amielcs Los Anseles Los Angeles IOR Anuelcs Los Armeies Los Aniiolcs Los TDrSDAV TO DEPART MONDAY Manila New York Nuw York Norfolk Boston llostou Now York Hnwnii Soiillle Scfitllo Columbia Columbia Cnlumbln Columbia Columbia Columbia Los Auneles Los AnKeles os AugGles Angeles Corpus Chrtstus Scatlle Los An coles TUESDAY Havre Australia Manila Jacksonville New York Baltimore Seattle Seattle Seattle Columbia Columbia Portland LOS AllKOlPS Los AnKelos Los Amides Los Amides Los Anflelcs WKIIXHSDAY Santa Rosa Plnvre Maimalci Iomlon Ruth Alexander Iluveoloua Peter Helms Honolulu Admiral Laws Victoria Seattle illalto BrawUuuier Silverado Admiral Wood Texas Shinner Nelson Traveler San Simeon Massmav Pacific Reliance Point Reyes Daisy Emma Alexander Cottooeva V S Loop President CoolulEc Brookitijts NOVEM1JEU it Hoiyo Maru Robert Luckenbarh ArUoua Willbori Barbara C West Cape Asama nMm Bensolcri Yale Admiral Y S Williams WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER JX ingapore SomorviUe uenos Aitcs alboa awali MLet Sound olumbja olumbia os Anuclcs os AiiKeles os Anjicles Etlf F Win Gisla Chirinue Mauri Luekenbach Luckcnbach Nnbesna Eldorado Kiniislcy Pliyllis Cily Astoria Portland Portland Crescent Eureka Los Anueles Los Anceles LOB Anselos Los Artielcs Los An Seles NOVEMHKK Irisbnnk K J Luckenbach Ohioan Henderson Point Reyes Lancaster Admiral Day NOVEMBER il Brandanfier Murjek Henealen Nelson Traveler Massmar San Simeon Emma Alexander H F McCormick Arizonan Admiral Williams BronkinKs Robert Luckcnbach Daisy Yule E H Meyer Admiral Wood Cnltonova NOVUMHKU S Scalllo Pacific Reliance Itiallo MaliUn Klncslcy Eldorado Samoa Elizabeth Helen P Drew Ruth Alexander Wanaiua F S Loop Admiral Lasvs Texas Shipper Red Sky at Sunrise Brings Sunshiny Days Unless Deckhands Bones Ache Los Angeles Barbara C WIRELESS REPORTS WIRELESS REPORTS 4G55 The Matson freighter Mnkiki wi leave her layover berth at Union Iron Works at noon Wednesday proceed to Point Orient for oil and thence to Los Anficlcs harbor sail ing from there at 5 p m November 30 for Hawaiian Islands porls re placing the Diamond Head TO LIFT FULL CAUGOES SEATTLE Nov ships of the United Ocean Trans port Company will lift full car goes at Northwest ports during December for Japan moving about in000000 feet of lumber besides pulp scrap and general cargo the General Steamship Corporation operators disclosed Included in Ihc list is the Nor wegian carrier Erviken onu of sev eral European bottoms chartered in recent months lo aid in handling the increased trade with the Orient George KFRC Caravan Givol KYA Sports Mcmorv Strains Story Teller Louise Tuber Studio FcaUircs Home Hour Betty Hyde and Organ W Hammond Studio Symphony Studio Musical Pro gram Drama lo P M KIX Asnre anil His Manila Slrintrcd Orch AllSlar Sports Melody Palette iV Andy Gnnc and Glenn Rcismans Or chestra and Phil Duey Chamber o Commerce College Daze Black Diamonds and Marfin Beauty that Endures Call ing All Cars TVtelvin Musical Milkman Tom Coakloys Orch Leon Mojicas Orch London Fan taay Mmc Tivclckian LntinAmcrican Italian Program Records RoundUp lo iiOI P fll Gospel ilyinns Mixcrt M Jay Cnoil PressRadio Bureau News Flashes Fircslilc Phantasies Bcrnies Orchestra Death Valley Days Kirbcry Hotel Biltmore Orchestra Harry Sosnik and Orchestra KFRC B oler rs Orville Knapp and Orchestra Uni versity Explorer Gypsy Melodies Drama Studio Answer Man Studio Basketball Music of the Masters Ramona Music BoundUp Hits of the Past to P M Hocorrts Drama Tom Coakleys Orchestra News Home News WilliamsWalsh Orch Everett Hoafi land and Orchestra Fret Skinner Hal and Orchestra Quartet Win some Serenader Orchestra Records Hawniiahs Studio Quiet Harmonies Music V M to MIDNIGHT Geruna Orchestra Orfian FioRito Orchestra Jack Mills Orchestra JurgfTis Lionel Hampton and Orchestra G r a ms Orchestra Organ Tony Wallaces Orchestra The famous old Coast Guard cut ter Snohomish sold at auction after 25 years in Coast Guard service in these waters will he used in tug boat service George W Johnson president of the Drummoml Light erage Company buyers said yes terday It was bought for Ho said the cutter might be re modeled eventually but at present would be used as she is Bay and River Distances Wharf distances from Qnlslancl Munici pal Whaif foot of Street Miles Fluiwn islaml 3 rtne Island Lluhl J Pinole Toihl Middle rnint SlouBli wesV End utilU Army Point Point Edith Sfl W Mare Island Unlit 2Mi Soulhamnton LiKlH ln Two Brothers LjKlHhoitse IBv Up Snrramciitn Un Sail Inaquin V Mllcsl Llcht Miles 51 80 A CnlllnavlllG liio Visla Slonmhoal Sloiiuli lower end Islelon rtydc Wi Walnut Grove Bl Greens LandinR Trasks landhn 81 Stonmhnnl SloiiBli nipper end BfiA Courllaml BTVi I lol lister Land Antloeli east end False Dyer 1Mili MmiKli Mrikclumnc nlvor Old nivcr Middle River Whisky Slouch Henel Reach IHMilc Sloiujh 12Mllo Slntnih ICalavcras River SlneWnn Channel MM h2 MAUKAY ItiVlIO Nnvcinhrr 31 K 1 M M Francisco lor SeaHle Pfll miles from Scallle Francisco for Vancou ver 110 miles from Columbia River for Snn Francisco 491 miles from San Fran HMII Francisco for Scat lle 315 miles from SeaUlu ANNA SCH A Francisco lor Portland miles from Astoria ADM for San Francisco 284 miles from San Fran cisco CIIAS T Francisco for Astoria 05 miles from Astoria El Francisco for Seattle i22 miles from Scntlle DW1N boil net In sdo Willapa Harbor HIYKI la MllKE Coos nOO miles from Coos Hay noon for Slianahai 4G55 miles from Shnnsjhai IAC for San Francisco 165 miles from Columbia River riiTlill Anjselcs for San Francisco BG2 miles from Snn Fran for Francisco MS miles from SanFrancisco SAN for Warrcnlon f5 miles from Columbia Jiiver for Shaniihal 170 miles from Columbia River TUX AS for San Francisco 100 miles from Enn Fran for Porllnnd 215 miles from Astoria Vancouver for Snn Francisco 121 miles from San Francisco for Now Yorlt miles from New York noon UAliIPOKNlA for San 1etlro milos from Colon OATH WO Arthur for Boslon mites from Boslon for fisblnR banlts 7flO miles from San Pedro for Puerto Colum bia 1SIIB miles from Puerto Columbia Pedro for Seattle 070 mile frnm Seattle FI for San Pedro 4H4 miles from San Pedro for San Pedro 145 miles from San Pedro Francisco for Portland miles from Sin Fivuicisco I If Orient for Eslero Buy miles frnm Estero Buy ncacli for San Francisco miles frnm Snn FrancLscn noon rilANK II for Monte rey JO mihni from Monterey HAWAIIAN Pedro for Crescent City 030 miles from Crescent H T ScKunrin for Will britliu1 007 mites from TA Portro for Dnlboa 22511 mites from llnllioa IA for Port San Luis 40 miles from Port Snn Luis Francisco for Scallle snilorl n m MAUNA Orleans for Colon OHO miles from Colon for Port San Luis snn milos from Port San Luis On rislilni banks 723 miles from Snn neilo NOT Pedro for Panamn 00 mikS frnm San Podrn nl 1 n m NOVO Brawn for Snn Francisco 211 miles from Fnrl nrnKi Pctlrn for Oleum miles fioni Olonm for San Francisco miliis from Columbia River IAUl Cosla for Everett US milos from Pnrl Cosln finijimcio for Polnl Wells no miles from Point Wollp Dieun for islilnK banks 110 milts from San Dlono S C T for Tiverlon milon from Rnlhon SAN Pclm for San Fran cisco llfl mlles from San Francisco Aniicles for Acapulco llifl miles Ironi Acnnilco SAN for San DleKo R02 milos from San DioKO HAN for Gnrlbnldl 2S miles frnrn ICnroUa SANTO flsliinE banks 2BOO miles from Sm fnr San Francisco miles from San Francisco Frnncsco for Son Petlro miles from San Poilro Pedro for Manila 15S2 miles from San Prrlro noon Pedro for Vancouver flflS mllrs from Vancouver nooit VIIHUNIA Panama for Vancouver 31ii miles from Snn Fran cisco norm Pedro for Richmond mile1 from Richmond W S for San Pedro 120 miles from San Pfdro Francisco for Han Pedro SO miles from San Francisco Illy IIADIO COKtOIlAIlON for Shnmihai miles from SlianKhai Francisco for Portland miles from Portland for Honolulu 148 miles from Tatoosb Inland HOUSTON for San Pe dro miles from Sau Pedro IA1MATA for San Pe tlro 1477 miles from San Pedro Pedro for Auck land 931 miles from Auckland KIMlKlSS OK CA N A O for Yokohama 2DOS miles from YoUohamn VUKS1UKNT for Yokoliama DDi miles from Honolulu Ierlro for Balboa ODD miles from San Pedro CAIE for San Pedro 720 miles from San Pedro Francisco for Las Palrhas 1300 miles frnm Las Palmas TATSUTA for Yoko hatna 2110 miles from Yokoliama T1SN A UK for Sydney 70 miles from Brisbane THUS T York for Havana 430 inilos from New Yorlt SCOTTISH Francisco for Japan miles from Snn Francisco KANO Peclvn for Yokohama 00 miles from Snn Pedro for Honolulu M5 miles from TntoosVi Pedro for Osaka miles from Snn Pedro JOHN for San Pcrlro li70 miles from San Pedro M II Cosla for Hono lulu inii miles from Honolulu IllUS for Yo kohama 530 miles from Honolulu IKIS Francisco for Pedro miles from San Francisco Pedro for Balboa 1321 miles from Balboa Pedro for Panama 77R miles from Snn Pedro Klj Marcos for Snn Pedro 30 miles from Snn Pedro TOT Hi Scuundo for Portland 100 miles from Porllnnd for Coos Biy WIO miles from Coos Bny HOUSTON for San Pedro miles from San Pedro HICIYK for Coos Bay 050 miles from Coos Bny Pedro for Balboa miles from WliST lor Santos inilos from Snntos OH A KC Pedro for Manznmllo 125 milei from Francisco lor Balboa miles from San Frnnnlsro WKKT for San Pe dro 1llt miles frnm San Pedro IOINT tor Snn Pedro 1UOI miles from San Pedro Pedro ior Baluon 107f inflcbfrnm Bilhna Pedro for Balboa H2J miles from San Pedro Pedro for Scnttle 533 miles from Seattle 1XXT Frnnelsco for aeattlc S02 miles from Seattle Pedro for Portland miles from Portland Francisco for Seal lie f7S miles from Scatlle WEST IlclimH for Snn Frnn Cisco miles from Snn Francisco AMEIUCAN for Sal Portro IS miles frnm Tnloosn IOINT for San Fran cisco 250 miles from San Francisco Francisco for Pnrlland milns from Portland for I011K Bunch 02 miles from Lona Bench WEST III of Spain for Pucrl Columbia 007 miles from Columbia WKST Pedro for IJal boi 17DI milos from Balboa IOINT for Snn PC dr H77 miles from San Pedro fnr San Pedro 10M miles from San Pedro Pnlln for 177 miles from Honolulu See thnl bloodred queried Hie deckhand weather I prophet as he stood with a knot at hardy passengers on the chilly for ward apron of an Oaklandbound fevrybofit this morning The passen fiers replied in the affirmative There was no missing those crimson streaks in the East Well con tinued the deckhand prognosticates if theres blood in the morning sky and an ache in my bones nt the same time it means were in for iad weather But if my bones dont che the red dawn means fair veather and smooth sailing for at east another day My bones dont ache this morning so you may look orward to fair weather The academic w e a t h e r man whose report follows seems to vgrcc with the deckhand prophet OnUlum iiul Vicinity Fair tonight and Tuesday moderate temperature light changeable wiml Northern California Fair tonight and Tuesday but rnorninu foes in the valleys moderate Icmperaturc moderate north erly wind off the coast Sirrra Fair lonlslit and Tues day temperature at high alli utcs fresh northwest wind Siicranicntii Santa Clara and Joii nuin Yiillnrs Fair touiuht and Tuesday but mornma foKs moderate temperature uentle cbanfleablc wind Suiithcrii California Fnir tonight ijml Tuesday mild moderate northwest wind off the coast Nevailn and IiUhn Fair tonight and Tuesday freezing temperature Tuesday mornin Washington Cloudy east and tmseltletl tollowerl by rain late toniEht or Tuesday west portion moderate emnerature frcsli south Vfind off the coast Oregon Fair east and cloudy west por tion iiin northwest nortiou lalo tonjsht or Tuesday no change in tenmeraturct moderate to fresh southerly wind off the coast Cnnsl Sound and StniUl Moderate lo frosh southeast and south and unsettled followed by vain ami Weather uff the IdciftR Coast North of Capo Blanco Moderate lo esh southeast and south and unsettled Itll rain loniKht and Tuesday Between Cane Blanco and Point Con cicion Moderate chaiuicable and fair oniisht nud Tuesday except becoming nsctlled north nf latitude 41 decrees Soulli of Point Concancion orthwest nud fair tonicht and Tuesday Tiic outlook is for unnoltled weather ml raiu over WnshinEton and oriluvestcrn Orniton and for Kenerally nir weather elsewhere in 1he Far nrins louiirhl and Tuesday Np im ehanKcs in temperature will ur in the far weslcrn states within icxt hours tRECJriTATlON TOiT A M MONDAY Last Seas 24 Seas Norm to daUt Hrs to date to date 10113 32 1225 703 lfill 412 2S5 10 nn T no urclta Onhland tedding 3acrauionto San Francisco itoekton resnn San Luis Obisno till Los AllKelustlj Sou Dieiro 00 SAN FUANC1SCO 1117 304 JUl B20 2S1 044 2BO 353 202 1511 248 1B3 1S5 318 rn 103 100 S3 05 21 MKTEOHOUOGICAI Noon 5nm 5am Bnromolei sea 3028 102H M55 reinpcrnluro dry bulhl nlin MD S3fi Temperature wcl bulb S30 5GO Humidity per centi2 HI 90 Wlml Direction NE W NE Wind Velocity i n 7 Weather Cldy Clear TEMrUIlATUItGS Honolulu Abilene Amarilln AUnutn Baker Darrow Boise Boslon Hutfalo Cnlunvy Ciiarlcstnn ClilcnKo Cmcinnnli Cleveland Cordova Denver Des Jctrolt Duluth Jutch llnrb Si Pnso II In 11 Low SUN MOON TIDE By U S Coast anrt Geodetic Survey 101 Cimloms Bln Francisco MONDAY NOVISMHETt 2K ins ni A SlncMon Richlnnd flZAlNorlh Calnn rcoport Ferry Mile Rlniiilh Honcofik YorU Slou East and LiKht S2aAISncrarnen1o rkSbnr Clar AI n nee 13 am Dec 20 pm NOV an pm Dee 0 iim S F Pier Directory Pier I i s 7 9 H 15 17 10 23 25 27 Uler 14 II in 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