Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 21, 1952 · Page 15
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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH BOWLING BOWL 1N.V Standard Oil Common Labor won 2 from Cracking. Mechanical won 2 from Lube Oils. Refinery Labor won 2 from Main Office. Words Ofifce won 3 from Finishing. Individual high game: Christy 212. Individual high scries: Christy 559. Team high game: Common Labor 1007. Team high series: Mechanical 2844. 200 bowlers: Hunt 204, Christy 212. Shell Ladle* Shell Mixers won 2 from Fire Crackers. Activators won 2 from Shellites. Research won 2 from Shell Mixers. Shellettes won 2 from Ollerettes. Individual high game: Fielder 215. Individual high series: Fielder SHOPSMITH •.. a complete power shop in one tool! «-ln«h Saw fc • t w « e • blod* «nd fence, 5 blrxapacilr food t* A A ° n * uoil ' ' ' fof mvck fj j. lets than the coil ol £ S| 5 lingle-purpoie looltl V A complete power , workihop in one-filth jjki the ipocel 15-Inch Drill Drills to ce*.- »er of 15-w, circle. 33-tnch Lath*. IS" »wing. Speedi SOO lo 3600 IPM. ' 189 .50 le» motor 13-lixh Difc Sander. by V lilting table. Horiiontal Drill. No limit to length of work. 4" quill feed. A new, uielul tool SHOPSMITH with motor . . $224.00 • 15% Down • 18 Months To Pay See Shopsniith Demonstrated at JOE BRANDT Hdwe. Headquarters For Guns 712 EAST BROADWAY 580. Team high game: 769 .Team high series: Fire Crack ers 2211. 200 bowlers: Fielder 214 215. Thursday Ladles Jink's won 3 from S Toppers won 2 from Missus. Flash es won 3 from 4 Tops, won 2 from Millonettes. Individual high game 184. Individual high se, _. rison 489. Team high game: Jink'. 591. Team high series: Jink's 1548 200 bowlers: None. Lutheran Men tethalto won 2 from A . St. Peters won 3 fro back. Hoosler Hot Shots from Walthers League, won 3 from Dorsey. P... won 2 from Edwardsville. idivldual high gan her 216. Individual high Suessen 576. Team high 0 _ Bethalto 816. Team high series: St. Peters 2391. 200 bowlers: Schumacher 216, Suessen 204, 210, Helmkamp 200, 211. Lutheran Ladles Alton Trinity won 2 fron town. Hamel won 2 from „.,„. Individual high game: Schumacher 157. Individual high series: ~ macher 435. Team high „ Hamel 703. Team high series: Hamel 2031. 200 bowlers: None. ACME ALLEYS Alton Building Trades Bricklayers won 2 from G lers Dist. Council. Laborers won 2 from Pipefitters. Sheet Metal won 2 from Building Trades Council. Fred May won 2 from Plasterers. Individual high game: Huber 222 Individual high series: Poole 5-19. Team high game: Laborers 822. Team high series: Building Trades Council 2376. 200 bowlers: Huber 222, Gossett 203, Dinker 200. Thursday Women Skagg's won 3 from Be Barbecue. Carl's Grill won 3 from Alton Box Board. Tom Service won 2 from Sampson's Market. Individual high game: 186. Individual high series: MeTling 478. Team high game: Carl's Grill 743. Team high series: Carl's Grill 2191. Tndustriul Illinois Power won 3 fi clair Oil. Isco Club won Westerner Club. Onlzed No. 1 won 3 from Schultz Box. Box- No. 2 won 2 from Box Board No. 1 Shell Oil won 2 from Onized No. 2. Individual high game: 252. Individual high series: L. Perica 624. Team high game: Isco Club 972. Team high series: Isco Club 2660. 200 bowlers: L. Perica 201213-210, Hcim 239, Luening 203, Adams 207, Schindewolf 227, Moxey 216, Davis 212, Gross 225, Willoughby 202, Childers 219, Sheets 252, Wrest 208. Thursday Merchants Bucks Paint won 3 fr Street Merchants. Owls ( 2 from Sid Drake Tires. Motor Lines won 2 from Sales. Alton Moose No. 1 won from North Side Boosters. Moose No. 2 won 2 from J. H. Walters Co. Tiemann Se from Belcher & Morehead. Drivers won 2 from Pioneer Hybrids. Hutchinson Foundry won 3 from Meyers. Oltimer won 2 from Winks. Ind. high game—Wesolic Ind. high series—Wesolic 616. Team high game—Bucks Paint 916. Team Spring Specials! MOTORS REBUILT NO MONEY DOWN! 85 h. p. Ford Engine '143.9° 100 h.p. Ford Engine Chevrolet, 1947 to 1948 Dodge and Plymouth, 1934 to 1946 '149.9° $149,00 Installed Shellettes re Crack elder 214 i itnoothies as. Flash Moosettes Harrison ies: Mar ic: Jink's nk's 1548 lion Trin. n Gehlen? won 2 Messiah airletown e. Schumac- i series: h game: series: St. Schumn- 0, Helm- n Prairie- Bethalto. lumacher ?s: Sc.hu- *i game: es: Ham» t ties i Carpon- rs won 2 !etal won Council, isterers. luber 222. 'oole 5-19. rers 822. g Trades s: Huber DO. etsy Ann n 3 from Water's on's Mar- Linville : MeTling irl's Grill irl's Grill rom Sin- 3 from o. 1 won x Board ird No. 1 ed No. 2. Sheets L. Peri- tsco Club sco Club rica 201- ning 203, 27, Mox, 225, Wil), Sheets ts om Elrn riub won Brown Jackson 1 won 2 s. Alton . H. Wale won 2 id. Stag neer Hyry won 3 n 2 from Dlic 235. 16. Team 16. Team ;; H fie 9 istalled ngine 9 istalled istalled Closing New York Stock Quotations Abbott L .... 58 .1-4 DuPont . Allied Chem . 72 5-8 Knstm K Allied Sirs ... 38 Katon Mf Allls Chal ... 49 1-2 El Auto L Am Can ... 323 1-2 £:*" £lec Am PHI- A PC "K " cn *OOO. Am uai fc e . js f .__ Mntn A tu ^-» ft r-*1 *.,! VIl.M iVtllllJ Am Gas & LI 62 Goodrich Am Loco .... 1f» 1-4 Gcodvrar Am Pw & Lt 25 5-8 ^jt N Ir 0 Am Had St S 16 p,t jsj or jjj Am Smelt .. 44 5-8 Oreyhoum Am Snuff ... 37 Homestag Am Tel & Tel 153 7-8 j[ ou d U PI Am Tobtfcco . 58 3-8 Hudson N Am Zinc ... 21 3--O ni Cent Anacon Cop . 47 1-3 inland St Armco Stl .. 38 i naplr C o Armour & Co 11 7-8 f n t Harv Atchison 72 Int Nlck< Avco Mfg ... 7 3-8 int Tel&T Bendix Av ..^49 7-8 Jewel Tci Beth Stl ....501-8 Johns Mai Borden 51 1-2 Kennecott Borg Warn . 69 1-4 Sf^lTf,, Bri g gsMfg..341.2 $& <$ Budd Co ... 13 7-8 LibMcN&l Canad Pac.. 36 1-8 Marsh Fi Case (JI)... 62 1-4 Vlonlg W Ches&Oh.... 34 1-2 Vash Kel Chi&NW 173-4 Vat BiVru Chi Rl&Pac 55 3-4 ™J ™ Chrysler 73 7-8 ; ra | £ ont Cities Svc ..1071-2 Vat Dairy Comw Edis.. 32 3-4 Vat Steel Cong Nairn.. 221-4 N Y Centr -on Edis ... 33 7-8 Nia M P Con N Gas . 61 3-4 No Am A\ Container .. 357-8 No Amer < Cont Can .. 43 1-2 Nor Pac Conll Stl .... 23 Ohio Oil Copper Rng 25 Owens 111 Corn Prod .. 68 1-2 Packard . ... 85 Pa RR 18 3-8 3d.. 43 1-8 Pepsi Cola ..81-8 R... 40 Phelps Dot! .. 71-1-8 M M Philip Mor . 47 3-4 " " In i"? Phillip* Pet . 54 1-2 rV' $ £2 Pure Oil ... 66 62 3-4 ft** 0 Motors . 20 3-4 ... 44 1-2 Kepub Stl .. 41 5-8 re 14 1-2 Schenley Ind 29 3-4 Pf 50 Scott P n P ••• 5'2 1 11 3-8 Sears Roeb.. 53 1-4 ' "17 Shell Oil.... 813-8 ."'..,., Simmons.... 28 3-4 ? h ' " \'i Sinclair 45 1-4 Tot 14 3-8 Socony Vac.. 39 7-8 .... 61 3-4 South Pac... 66 1-2 1 ..461-2 Spiegel 95-8 .,.24 7-8 Sfd Brands.. 24 1-2 •n •?.« Std OH Cnl.. 53 1-2 "" AA'^A s 'd OH tnd.. 88 1-2 •.•' « i i Sid OH NJ.... 76 5-8 , In i S'erl Drug.. 40 '••' 52 -I Studebaker.. 36 1-4 1V " §2 •** Swift ft Co.. 31 ,1-4 «,\V J7 Texas Co.... 581-2 u JR 1 A Tlmk Dpt Ax 1n V* •$ "Is rransAmer . 25 78 J.'.'. ~S 5-8 t'N Carbide . 59 7-8 "Id. 25 1-2 Un Pac ....118 ard «3 38 Unit Air Lin 28 5-8 v . 20 7-8 Unit- Alrc . 31 1-8 It . 30 1-2 U S Rubber 80 1-4 ... 12 34 (I S Steel ... 39 1-2 • .. 50 3-4 West Un Tel 39 5-8 .... 46 5-8 West Elec ... 37 1-4 nl . 19 1-8 IVoolworth . 42 7-8 iv . 26 3-4 Wor P Prpf 80 1-2 aia 16 3-4 Zenith Rad . 77 3-4 Co . 20 1-4 Zonile Pd ... 5 .1-8 ... 82 1-4 NKW VOKK CVKH ...585-8 ArkNatGasA 157-8 Gl 79 Kl Bond & Sh 26 1-4 A 1.9 Vnivl 1VT rv, „ A r.i; Crane Co ... 37 7-8 Pan Am W A 10 1-8 llcda Min ... J4 7-8 Curtiss Wr .. 8 .1-8 Pa ram Pic.t . 28 1-2 Kaiser-Frazer ti 1-4 Doug Airc . 58 Penney ( J C) B8 Kingston Prod 4 1-8 JYeu-5 of Stocks Automobile Issues Interest Market NEW YORK, March 21- /P— Automobile issues held top interest today in a generally higher stock market. Steels and rails were in demand throughout the session, but their gains were slight. For the mo t part prices spread out over a range of around a point either way with a few exceptions. Business came to an estimated .,300,000 shares, best volume of the veek. Yesterday's total was 1,240,000 shares. The market was dominated »y developments in the dispute in the steel industry. After the Wage Stabilization Board recommended wage increases and the CIO United Steelworkers postponed their strike 'rom Sunday midnight until April Higher stocks include Studobak- er, Bethlehem Steel, Gulf Oil, U. S. Rubber. Sears Roebuck, International Harvester and Johns- Manville. U. S. government bonds were steady in the over-the-counter market. CHICAGO, March 21, IP— Grains settled gently lower on the board of trade today. Losses ran to a few ligh series— Bucks Paint 2565. 200 bowlers— Weigler 221, Miessner 204, R. Farley 217, Wesolic 223-235, Buck 203. Western Women Roughies won 3 from Strike Overs. Draw Backs won 3 from _eft Overs. Cap won 3 from Blas- ers. Brass Sailors won 2 from factory Office. Packettcs won 2 rom Research. Ind. high game— McGill 193. Ind. ligh series— McGill 494. Team ligh game— Roughies 758. Team ligh series— Roughies 2162. UPPER ALTON ALLICYS Tuesday Merchants Redman's Market won 3 from 'hrift Hardware. Alton Hardware & Paint won 2 from A & P. Roler's Krauts won 2 from Beall 'ool. Ind. high game— Carr 242. Ind. ligh series— Carr 673. Team high game — Redman's Market 885. 'cam high series— Rodman's Market 2623. 200 bowlers— Carr 24242, Combs 207, Martin 216, Scha- erg 209. cents at times In soybeans, but were less extensive elsewhere. Lack of exports, poor domestic flour business and a promising drop outlook combined to depress wheat. Another drop in hog. prices caused a little selling in feed grains. Soybeans fell back with a further price mark-down in crude soybean oil, quoted off '« at lO'/i cents a pound. Rye followed the lower trend in wheat and its thin market caused a wider than average decline, particularly in the May contract. Heavy hogs runs depressed lard. Preliminary estimated receipts of grain in carlots: wheat 5, corn 122, oats 21, rye 3, barley 24 and soybeans 50. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYAHDS, March 21 l/Vi— (USDAi— Hogs 10,500; moderately active, uneven: generally 25 to 50 lower than Thursday's average and lowest since April 20, 1050; bulk choice 1HO-2HO Ibs full width of grade 10.7317.00; several loads mostly choice Nos. 1 and 2 under 220 Ibs 17.10; packer top 16.75; most choice NOK. 1. 2 and 3 240270 lb( 15.75-10.50; 280-350 Ibs 15.2550: 150-170 Ibs 15.00-10.75, mostly 15.25 up; 120-140 Ibs 12.75-14.75; 100-110 Ibs 11.25-12.50; sows 400 Ibs down 14.5015.50; heavier BOWS 12.50-14.50; most stags 11.50-13.50; boars 0.50-12.00. Cattle 350, calves SOO; mostly steady In cleanup trading; very lew utility to good steers and heifer yearlings 24.0030.00; utility and commercial cows 21.00-23.00; canncrs and cutters 17.0020.50; utility and commercial bulls 23.00'20.00: cutter bulls 18.00-22.00; vealcrs steady; majority good and choice 3D 0030.00; Individual prime vealers to 40.00: utility and commercial vealen 20.0028.00. Sheep 150: few nmnll lots choice to prime wooled lambs 27.00-50 Including two lots 104 and 105-lb lambs at 27.110; market fully steady with Thursday's higher trade or 50 to 1.00 higher than one- week ago; scattered lots utility to good grade 24.00-25.50; culls 12.00-20.00 sparingly; utility to choice slaughter ewes quotable 12-00-14.00; culls 0.0012.00; nged bucks 11.00. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. I.OU1S. March 21 t.l'i — Produce and live poultry: Fowl, heavy breeds 2.V.I-24, commercial broilers and fryer crosses and whites 20-:iO, reds 2(1-21), nearby miscellaneous whites 28. reds 27. Other prices unchanged. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" BLUE ROOft <; BAKED CHICKEN DINNEK, <; BAKED TUKKEY AND DKESS J We Specialize in Sea Foods, | OPEN l'-ROM 11 ; ; cnurLJiur* 4*4 PAGE f fFTf IW Steel Price Hike Poses Problems n> SAM tMWSON NEW YORK, March 21 /P —A steel price hike—and the companies say there must be one If a strike Is avoided and the unions get what IHc Wage Stabilization Board proposes—would be n headache to many other industries as well as to consumers. The buying public might find prices going up on a long list of products Into which steel enters— nutos, zippers, stoves, baling wire. But a large part of the buying al- rendy finds the price of many goods too rich for its blood. And that's where the manufacturers' headaches start. A steel price hike might mean an additional cost squeeze on many a manufacturer who already finds costs so high they threaten his break-even point. It he cijn't pass on additional material costs lo his customers In higher prices, he's stuck, The long list of price-cut announcements, and the sporadic price wars, show how hard that's likely to be. And the declining profils in many Industries show what they are up against. AltRrntlvo? There's an alternative, many In Industry point, out. That's another general round of wage and price hikes, a rebirth of inflation, another boost in the cost of living for everyone. Both the unions and the Wage Stabilization Board chairman deny that the steel wage hike I he board proposes and the union ac- cepls need start another round of inflation. They point.to the changed industrial conditions generally rising supplies, declining demand —as a natural economic brake on inflation. And the union contends that steel profits, though down from 1950, are still higher. But steel managements cites the upcoming wage negotiations with John L. Lewis' coal men as certain to /ollovv the pattern the steel settlement may set. And they note .hat rubber workers can reopen heir contract at an early date. So ;an electric workers, brass mill workers and aircraft unions. That sets the inflation stage, managc- ncnt argues. How Much Ilikn? The question in the eyes of industry narrows down to how much of a price hike is lo be part of Ihe package deal, If a steel strike is to be held off after Hie latest postponement expires. Steel management says I hat the $2 or S3 a ton hike offered under the Capehart formula is not enough. That formula allows cost increases up to last July 2G to be added lo prices. The steel industry, during the negotiations, began to point out that demand for steel was easing and that: the fast increasing mill capacity is bringing the day near when .si eel no longer be scarce. Some point out that, if this DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Godfrey Civic Bldg. Les. Giesler Orch. 8:30 - 12:30 Closing Chicago Grain Quotations Cnnh drain CHICAGO, March 21 -IP- Cash wheat: none. Com: No. 2 yellow 188U; No. .1,1.82'i: No. 4,1.7S-80V4: No. 5, 1.55«4-74 ! U. Oata: No! 1 extra heavy white !)fi; No. 2 heavy white Low Close Barley nominal: mnlting 1.30-70; feed 1.25-40. Field sred or hundredweight nominal 9.50-10.00; sweet clover 10.00-10.50; rod top 2fl.00-30.00; nlsiko 38.00-3^.00. Soybeans: none. Chlrngo Ornln Open High Will AT-Mar. Mny .luly Sept. Dec. CORN— Mar, Mny .luly Sept. Dec. OATS Mnr. May .Tuly Sept. Dec. RYF Mnr, July Sept. Mar. May July Sept. Nov. 2.53 2.44?',. 2.4fi% 2.49% 1.84U 1.867* 1.88% 1.86% 1.78 .90 2.51'i 2.51"» 2.43% 2.45'i 3.48% 1.83'i 1.85% l!85% 1.7G',i .89'i .8414 .84 .85% . 2.05 . 2.01 . 1.87',-i SOY 3KANS- . 2.99 . 2.97',i . 2.93U . 2.87'i . 2.81% 2.01 1.97'i 1.85M, 2.97 2.9514 2.91 li 2.SI1 2.80 2.51'i 2.51% 2.43%-% 2.4514 2.48% 1.83',i 1.8r.%-',i 1.88U-U 1.85%-% 1.77 .89% .STlft-U .837»-84 .83% .86 2.02% .1.99% 1.8714 2.98%-99 2.96 li -96 2.92-92 Vi 2.86 2.80 St. l.milH Cnitli Ornln -ST. I OULS, March 21 - /!'— Cash grain: VVhenl. 2 cars, none sold. Corn, 38 cnrs, sold 1, No. 1 yellow 1.88. Onls, 18 cnrs, sold 3, No. 2 while 98',a, Sample grade white 97 1 /i, sample grade mixed 931.4. Donnor Pass, one of the lower crossings of the Sierra Nevada, is at. an altitude of 7189 feet. [tend Telegraph Want Ads is true, the steel companies Xvon't be too anxious to avert a strike if it means wage boosts they consider loo high. TONITE .Shown at 8 :!)(>. — AND — I*" '•' RANGER GUNS! r" ^^^ "**> I'UIJUC INVIT.KD Godfrey Township Civic Assoc. Admission by Donation. — ALSO — A Supply of DeSoto and Chrysler , OR/V£ /N Engines at Comparable Prices ) TODAY! CARTER BROTHERS, Inc. Your Friendly FORD Dealer. 1400 E, BROADWAY DIAL 3-5531 ALTON L'ppcr Alton Classic Parkway won .'J from Jai.-k's. I Milton Road Cleaners-State Farm : Insurance won 3 from Rowl Inn. Queen Insurance won 2 from Uj>- | per Alton Alleys. Ind. high game—Carr 2f>8. Ind. high series—Murphy fi'17. Combs K2!>, Carr 62G, Ix>sch 6LT>, Luly 62.'i, Coleman 620, Bauer 60(i. Team high game—Parkway 1118. Team high series—Parkway :'.o:>3. 200 howlers-Murphy 201-210-2:56, Losch 208-229 Stade 22:?, Springer 220. Luly 2?G. Coleman 224-20(5; Bauer 2M-202 Fluck 219, Combs 2:',0-21S, Carr 2. r )8, Wilson 217. SUNSHINE COFFEE SHOP l WEST I'EKGUSON WOOD ICIVKK 1'hone 4-7272 MONOGRAM ncnmt _ .Shown nt 7:00—10:00." I'MJS — SERIAL 2 CARTOONS Hounds Fight Off Eagles on Mountain Peak , Wash., March 21 —/I*—Friendly VI" wns slated .:<v rtny lo replace Ihn triple enemies of cold, hunger nnd angry • -;!es Inn I. have besot three cougar hounds trapped two weeks on a 4000 fool mountain ledge. Six .skilled mountaineers made plans lo scale precipitous, snow- covered Mt. Pugh, 60 miles • orth- west of Seattle, at. (hybrcak to rescue the still-yelping dogs. They became stranded on the ledge while chnslng ft cougar 15 days ago. A fourth dog escaped by leaping JOO feet to safely and landing In n tree or brush. Numerous attempts have been made to reach the dogs but would- lie rescuers Irnve been turned bnck by an 800 or 000-foot ico-shcntcd cliff which it is necessary lo descend. Meanwhile, Cleo Riddle, owner of the hapless hounds, has reported the dogs nre still alive and tight- ing off attacks by angry eagles. KIDDIES' MATINEE Saturday From 1 P. M. Give Mom mid Dn<l n r for a f«w hour*, Toll tlirin you want to «co thin dhow. • SHOUT SlIIMKOTS • "I BIO FKATUKKS TONIGHT and SAT. • Our dtnntf l'»mr>il.r • Wnlt niNii«y i'Hi-lnon NAVAL SCINIS NIVIR BIFORI FILMIDI Tonljhl »i' jl:0(i I'. M. Only Sut., 8:80, KM. »t!!0 tlMSTM Reunion in Reno" Gig Mil Tonight at ItliK I'. M. Sat., 1:111), 4:»n, 8:0(1 REBUILT SEWING MACHINES FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION NO Om.Hi.VI'IO.V .H ST CALL WHITES, NEW HOMES, DOMESTIC, WHEELER-WILSON AND OTHERS FREE! • • PINKING SHEARS • BUTTON HOLER • SEW LIGHT • DARNER WITH EACH MACHINE I'M s r;,\<;i.r; STAMI*S VOLB KXTKA SAVING! And Up 10-Year Guarantee \Ve Kcpair or Buy Any .Make Sewing Machine or Nai'uuni CJeaner. ALTON SEW-VAC STORES 1724 E. BROADWAY MEN NEEDED! ALTON INC. PHONE 2-7622 Full or Part Time to Sell and Demonstrate. SAMMY MOORE DANCING .BETHALTO A.MKIWW I.E(;i().\ liAKN SATURDAY, MARCH 22 SHORTY SCHMITT and HIS ORCHESTRA ATTENDANCE GIFT EVERY SATURDAY NITE For a (iootl Time Visit the Hum, American I/egiun J'o»t "IIOUSIC Ol'' HITS" TOIS'ITK—SAT. he Lady Pirate and her love Captive! \ ; 7 no - !J 40 Saturday 100 . :|;,-,|| . II: IS . !J;|||) HOWARD HUGHES present! t tar ring ROBERT UZABETH MITCHUM* SCOTT ROBERT RYAN III only - AM.'i - D:IU) Parking In Hear of Theater Continuous ^MBfe. Door* Open 7 to 11 p.m. Hlf^aV «;43 p.m. NORSIDE TONIGHT • SATURDAY fHE COURSE IS CHARTED FOR (Sat. A:()|) . ft;:iH » 0:14) CCXUMMA nCTUIfi pr*t«iMl . MtMlftl ffMM C UtWIlHCI • HOMO VINtHH! • IOWI MMH* Shown at 7:00—10:01 '.SRI at I'M - 11:1.1 - H:^«> Little Rascals Comedy I'lcnly nf l''rcc I'lirkiiiK Spuce. (,'oiitiiiiious from 7 I*. .M. LAST TIME TONITE "The Strip 9:00 "The Man With a Cloak"—7:35 SAT, - SUN, - MON, - TLJES, MoniKoiiiiT.v Mil I, Kli/iihcih Tit.slor, Shflli-y \V'iiiti<n< "A Place in the Sun" Shown al 11:07. Gregory I'cck, \ iruinia Ma.vo, Kohcrt Hi-Hll.v "Captain Horatio Hornblower" TK< UM(OJ.OH .Shown ul 7:07. SELECTED SHORTS fit Injured tit Wreck mo DK JANEIRO, Brtatf, March 1, /P-Some pa«scnge<* Iftapd to mfety hut 64 other* were Iftjtired, slx.sorlously, in a rallfttai! ftcnl- dent, near here today, One cdtttmut- train rammed Into the rear of another which had halted to build up steam. A well balanced edwcatlntinl onrnm for nil the ktadent* in Community tltiH ttlntrlct, Votn for the MtnhlUhmiint of a Community Unit Dlittrtet, OFRN 1«:48 —BOc fill I GRAND TODAY * SAT. Shown 1:00 5:10 7:15 »:!iO Cartoon and Newt Ol'EN 12:45—40c Till S PRINCESS TODAY & SAT. SYLVANUS ...tllM* him hti LOSE YOUR SHIRT! A COIUMII* riCIUH Shown 1:1.1 4:00 fl:!10 9:88 PLUS — Shown 2:40 IH'itt R:IO 'CAPTAIN VIDEO* OPEN 6:30. WOODRIVER TONITE & SAT. CAVE OF OUTLAWS MACDONALD CAREY ALEXIS SMITH PLUS- Slluwn 1I:UO CHARLES LAUCHTON BORIS KARLOFF-'S 1 Sliown 7::<V "CAPTAIN VIDEO" COMING SUNDAY -> AT THE GRAND FAIL, TOUCH and TERRIFIC! BURT LANCASTER iody UWRANCE Gybert ROUND

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