The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1945 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 12, 1945
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;PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Takes Over Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs G f\ Tucker and Mrs. A. G. Little entertaining Cliarlevoix Chapter of D. A. R. nt luncheon at Hotel Noble, 1 p.-m. Mis; Paul Jobe entertaining Club Eight , ;••'•• ;.>;v'iy. Mrs Mcarl Jonlz and Mrs'.; : J. Mell Brooks Jr entertalning.?at bridge, honoring Miss MflrjbrV<?. • Warren ~.:t*M La Keuve Club meeting with 1 Miss Adah Robinson. 1 Mrs-Albeit,,K Taylor enterfaln- \ Ins Double G Club , ..:',' i Tti«uu> Bridge Club meeting I with Mrs.,Dixie Crawford, j WEDNESDAY . ; Mrs C C Langston entertaining Town and country Club. Mrs Hairy Kirby entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. Chapter "D" of P. E. O. meeting with Mrs. Marion Williams, 1 p.m. Sudbury Parent Teacher Association meeting at school, 3 p.m., preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 p.m. - THURSDAY I Mrs Man In Robinson cntcrtain- ; ) Ing .Octette Luncheon Club. Thursday Bunco Club meeting with Mrs. Byron Moore. -., Miss Virguila Martin entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. ? Tliursday Luncheon Club meeting with. Mrs. Russell Phillips.. , FRIDAY Mrs. .."Shorty" Rector onterlaln- j ing Initial Club at home of Mrs. . Jick Marsh Chapter 'N" of F.E.O. meeting with Mrs Ritey B Jones, with Mrs. •> Diile Crawford as co-hostess, l p.m. ( " SATURDAY; Mrs. James Hill Jr. entertaining A A U, 3 p m Mrs.,George W. Pyles and Miss Betty Jane Martin entertaining at S.S. Class To Meet Mrs. Wade Jefferles will entertain members of the Gleaners Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church it n party tonight at her home,'1332 West Chlckasawba. ,,A1I monitors of the elnss ore Invited lo attend. ^Entertain O.R.A. Club rs; W. S. Langdon will be hos- ess to members of the O.R.A, Club Sunday afternoon, 1 o'clock, when she will entertain with a luncheon at her hoine on Highway. 61 South. bridge' honoring Warren. Miss Marjcrle * Two'Affairs Saturday , Compliment Miss Warren Miss Marjorie Warren, brlde- ' elect 'of Harry Newton Whitis, ' United States Armj, of Baltimore, Md, and Greenfield, Tenn, again I was complimented at two parlies 1 Saturday An informal tea was given that af- ^ ternoon at the C W-Ramey home * when MJSS Sue Ramey of Memphis, and Mrs Eugene Teaford, were , hostesses to 50 guests between Ihe hours of 4 and ,6 "o'clock. Vn.Ees.of. snapdragons, Dutch Iris 1 and white carnations were arranged in .the entertaining rooms of, the home, while the centerpiece for the refreshment : table was formed ot a crjstal bowl filled with' pink t carnations and white stock.. Pink * tapers burning m crystal holders cast a soft, glow over the setting Mrs., WortK D. Holder and Mrs [ John R McDonald presided over the table, \\hcrc punch . .canapes t * mints, nuts and cookies were serv- ^ ed . i Miss Warren, her mother, Mrs. jj Ited Waricn, Mrs Holder and ,i Mrs McDonald all were presented •j with corsages of gardenias and ( carnation's from their hostesses. I Saturday night Mrs. C. W. Af,J flick entertained with .a dinner ^ and; bridge party at. her home, i when her guests included 12 of Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Warren's friends. most intimate Centerpiece tor the dining table, wherci a three course dinner was served, was formed'of pink rosebuds, with vases of pink snapdragons and white slock used on the" buffet Pink Dresden china holders held tiny white place cards marking the places of the guests at the table. In the Imng room, where bridge was plaved during the evening, vases of pink snapdragon and white stock further carried out the pink and white color scheme. High score prize for the evening was. won by Mrs. Fiske Miles and second high by Miss Cornellle Davis of Memphis, housegucst of Miss Sue Ramey. Miss Warren and her housegiiest, Mrs. Cecil James of Greenfield, were each presented with a frtft from Mrs. AfflicX. Miss Davis and Mrs. James were out-of-town guests al both affairs. Daughter Is Born Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gunn are the parents of a daughter born Saturday afternoon at Memphis Baptist Hospital. The baby has been named Margaret Moore. ; The Gunns have two cither children, Robert and Betty. . * »• • -' • . Daughter Born Saturday Mr and Mrs. Frank Brown are Ihe parents of a daughter born Saturday afternoon at Dr. Skaller's Clinic. The baby, their first child, has been named Sara Anne. Pfc. Harry A. Halncfi arrived this morning . from Laredo, Texas, to spend a few clays with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Private Hnines, who last week completed his training al n gunnery Instructor's school at Laredo, has been assigned to A-2C gunnery, and Is being sent tc Florence, S. c. Miss Gladys Green ot Cnmlhers- 'llle, Mo., spent the weekend here with her sister, Mrs. Jerry Hearn and family. Pfc. J. T. Victory and Pfc. Buster Victor)' Jr., nre snejidlng their '30- day furloughs here with their mother, Mrs. Inez Byrd, and their sister, Mrs. 53. J. AMcn Jr. Both nre home on furlough for the first ,tlme since entering tho service 28 months ago. Both have been on combal duty. Mrs. Robert L. Holt arrived Wednesday from Champaign, 111,, for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M, E. Cook. She came especially to be with her sister, Mrs. Earl Stabler, before she. le/l Friday lor Sioux Falls, S. D., to join her husband, Staff Sergeant Stabler, who is attending radio school there. Mrs. Holt will be joined later by Lieutenant Holt upon his completion of a course" at communications school at Cbnnnte Field, III.: , Miss Ruth Ends spent yesterday In Slkcslon, Mo,, with friends. Miss Jane McAdams Is ill nt her home on North Sixth street. Mrs. P. E, Black nnd Mrs. W. J. Pollard lett today for St. Louis to spend several days with Mr. and Mrs. W. "M. Robinson and family. Paul Westbrook, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. James T. Westbrook, is 111 with mumps at their home on West Hcnrn Street. Miss Marguerite Dolcn had as her weekend guests Mrs. A. R. Blalock nnd Mrs. C. D. Pritchard, both of Memphis. Mr. find Mrs. R. B. Purvis, Mrs Lucy McAdams and Miss Cllfflc Webb went to Memphis yesterday where Miss Webb entered Baptist Hospital for an operation which she underwent this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Purvis plnn to return home while Mrs. McAdnms will Mrs. Selnm Levy Allenberg of Memphis Is spending several 'days icrc with her father, B. II. Levy. Lieut, and Mrs. L. G. Plentl left his morning for Houston, Texas and other points in Texas, where they will spend their leave. Albert Hubencr of Little Rock, 'ather of Dr. L. L. Hubencr, who IBS been undergoing medical treatment at Blytheville Hospital of Which his ?on is the operator, has returned to his home. M. E. Cook returned yesterday from Sioux Falls, D. D., where he went to accompany his daughter Mrs. Earl Stabler, who went to ioln her husband, Staff Sergeant Stabler, who is' attending radio school there. Money Sought For Education Of Crippled Education for crippled children Is one of the major objectives of the Arkansas Association for the Crippled and upon response lo the npsoclatlon's first statewide Easier Sen! sale and Uly Parade this npnth depends the educational opportunities of several thousand crippled children of Arkansas, ac- :ordlng to on announcement, by Herbert Parker of Jonc.sboro, pres- dcnl of the association's Board of Trustees. In an appeal to Mississippi county citizens on behalf of His current Easter Seal Sale event, laving Dr. Joe P. Sliufficld of ijl- ilc nock, president of (he' Arkn;isns State Medical Society as' slate chairman, Mr. Pnrkcv pointed to the rolls of the slnte Welfare Department's Crippled Children's Division as comprising one specific iroup which needs the nssoclatlon's program of bed-side teaching among Arkansas' many crippled children. The Crippled Children's Division, Much provides medical treatment for Die crippled children, was revealed as having 4,278 of these children on Its registers In Febrile ary. or these, 2,815 were announced as receiving medical treatment In some Jorm. And o; . this • latter number, 114 were listed HE Mississippi county children. Only Iwo other counties, Pulaskl wllh ?4I, and Jefferson with 101, approached this hhjh figure. The association provides bed-side leaching by full-lime and part- .Ime accredited teachers In hospitals where Ihe children are undergoing mcdlcnl treatment by the Crippled Children's Division, Average slay of these children was announced as ranging un to and over three years. Over hours by (he 1,700 teachhiR- assoclatlon-paid teachers have been provided chll- «ren in hospitals-in Little Rock mono so far this school year. Many other crippled children have been provided bedside teaching In llieiv homes throiighoiit Arkansas. In addition, tho tuition of many IMS Jeeu pnid in private schools; transportation has been . provided crip- Died children to schools; nnd the transportation of teachers has been provided to nnd from children's homes. One Mr-slssippi county girl Is to be provided n bndly needed nlnstic- sursicnl operation, ns a young woman havlnsr the special Interest of the association, oilier vitally needed-services nre being •rendered the crippled of all ages in addition to tne educations of cripnled .children, Mr. Parker emphasized. Mr. Parker announced the associations work.this year has been financed from the comparatively agnr funds which were obtained Hie association's first Seal Snip, eld In only eight counties in 1944. "However," Air. Parker declared: hose meager funds have been iared with all counties despite the act that the 1944 Seal Sale was articipated in by only eight covm- es. Tile sole funds that finniice )ls important nnd previously un•pt work In Arkansas come cntirc- from (he little penny Easier cuts, i foe] confident that Mlssls- ippi county's citizens will respond eneroii«]y to (he association's first tntewide Easter'Seal Sule being eld tins month, in order that the itally needed humanitarian move- lent Inimchcd by this association ot only may be carried on. but xpandcd to provide the services ndly needed by ail the crippled hiklren and home-bound enroled dulls of our state." At The Hospitals Blylhcvilli; Hospital Mo. Admitted: Mrs. Etla Mae Hurley, Stccle, 'o. Mrs. D. Gillette, Rt. 3, city. Dismissed: Bobbie Jean Whitfield, city. E. w, Justus, city. Albert Hnbcner, Little Rock. Betty Jean Woolverton, city. Charles s. Lemons, city. Mrs. Jolm E. Green nnd bnby, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Maggie Ncvvbcrry, city. Dismissed; Mrs. Clarence Pollard nnd baby, Tyler, Mo. Linda Carrol Jones, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Hugh Perry, Dell. Martha. Lambert, city. •Mrs. William Chancy and baby Rt. 1, city. W.'D. Mlddleton, city. Mrs. R. O. Williams and baby city. Mrs. E. F. Fry, city. . Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: W, R. Moody, Tyler, Mo. TMchhtd Bottler: Pe^i-Cola Bottling Co. of BlylhevHl > !>'•'•, ,jt t . ir i' Keeping Up With The Men In Service Pfc. Buster B. Victory, son of Mr. and Mis. Doyle Byrd of B)y. thevllle, Is on furlough following his return from the pacific where he v/as an oxygen supply man with a fighter squadron of the First Marine Air Wing, based In the Solomon Islands, and on Qreen Island and Midway. • He underwent several bombing nnd shelling attacks while based In the Solomon Islands, but was not Injured. He attended Kclscr High School, where lie pluycrt on football mid baseball learns, prior lo entering service In December, 1542. The first Fifth Army Plaque for Meritorious Service ever awarded an air force organization, lias been presented to the Third radical Air Communications Squadron with which Corp, Ernest M. Walker, whose home Is al 811 Clark Street Blytheville, Is serving In Italy. The plaque was formally presented by Brig. Gen. Benjamin W. Chldlaw of the 22nd Tactical Air Command of the 12th Air Force in the squadron's snow-covered bivouac area near Fifth Army lines • • • A. J. Wickekr of Blytheville, stationed at Lincoln Army Air Field, Neb., has been promoted to the grade of private first class Private Wicker, the son' of Mr and Mrs. C. T. Wicker, Is a member of the 273rd AAF Base Unit and was Inducted Into service on March 24. 1044. Tils wife Is living in Lincoln with him. • • • Pvt. Boyrt S. Tomllnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyrt B. Tomllnson of Blythevlllc, is enrolled In a course give)) by the Mediterranean Theater Branch of Armed Forces Institute in Italy. Overseas for six months, Private Tomllnsbn wears the MedltcrrarT 1 - eim Theater JJIbUon with two Battle Participation Stars and has been ' awarded the Good Conduct Medal. • * * Staff Bergt. James H. Rogers is among AAF personnel recently assigned lo Brownsville Army Air Field, Texcis, the new fighter pilot training station at Brownsville. • He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Rogers, Roulc 2. Blythe- villc. • '' \ • ';••*'•• ••* • • •. .-•• Pvt. Jimmy T.*-Anderson,'son Hi Mr. and Mrs. W. L,'Anderson of Blythevllle, has been transferred from Los Angeles, to Livingston, LSI. Flight Officer ,' Receives Wings ' In California ' Bennett B. (Dick) Wilson, son of Mrs. B. D. Wilson, received his silver wings ns n ]>llol rind his appointment ns a Might oflicer in the Army Air Corps, at graduation exercises held yesterday nt Stockton Field, Cnlif. He has been assigned to a D-17. Flight, Officer Wilson entered the A device with n weight only one- housnmlth that of n drop of vatcr is used to measure heat of he slnrs. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Qiinn, a daughter. Mcmjiliis SI. Joseph Hospital \dmillcd: Mrs. Eslcllc Hnll, Dyess. Mrs. Mary Leathers, Osccola. Prescription Filled Over 15 Million Times Recommended to do just l\vo things: relieve constipation and pas on the stomach. This successful prescription is now put up under the name of ADLERIKA. Get a bottle of Adlcrika next time you Mop at your drusfisi's and eft Ipr yourself how quir.kly gas ij rc- licveil ami gentle but thorough boivcl actioii [allows. Good for old ami young. Caution, tire only as directed. CitAJltrika ham your Jra tl l,t toJar. KTRBV BKOS. DRUG STORES LOCAL WOMEN GET THOUSANDS OF EXTRA RED POINTS Every day, precious red points are being paid to housewives who turn in used fata to their bulch- crs. Because this country is raced R'itli a possible fat shortage, these used kitchen fats arc even more urgently needed to make medicines, synthetic rubber, gunpowder, soaps, paints and a hundred other essentials on tho battlefield and home front. Ever}'woman can help towards final Victory by saving every drop of used fats each Umc she cooks. Even <v spoonful Is worth salvaging. Won't you keep saving until final Victory orer both Germany and Japan? V i Foreign Wives Can Join Soldiers, Why Can't Ours? Maj.-Gen. Willfs H. Hale, above, of San Francisco, now commands U, S. Army Air Forces in tlip Padllc atens and becomes deputy commander of the 20lh (Superfortress) Air Force. He succeeds Lt.-ticn. .Willard F. liauncii, reported missing on a flight lo Hawaii. Girl Scouts Will Observe Anniversary More than 1,000,000 girls and women it) green uniforms remind America this week that Girl Scouting builds world friendship. Always world-minded, the Oirl Scouts of Blylheville are celebrating this week the 33rd birthday of Scouting in the United States, by showing how girls can prepare for the responsibilities of world citizenship. The Girls Scouts of the United States are members of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl .Scout- 1 ;. Wherever the armies of liberation go, Scouting, which went underground with other democratic movements during enemy occupation, Is springing up again. . Every thoughtful American will wish the Girl Scouts success in their program of building international friendship. And a tangible waV to help has been oflered the women of Blytheville by Mrs. Glenn Lndd, chairman of the Lone Troop Associnlloi). who today asked that any woman who Is interest- ed'In helping with this work contact her at phone 21)01 immediately 'in order that she may explain iio\v building better citizens through Girl Scouting can be begun now. "Members of nil fcroops of the L9iie Troop Association, together wjfh their leaders, attended the morning church service yesterday infliti ing: 'nt • Eif st M et hod 1st Church, a-'. Ireglniiirig of their birthday cS, with other observances planned for the remainder of this week. corylcc In July, ,1043. ' He will arrive here Thursday to spend a 15-day leave with his mother/ his brother, .-John Bruce Wilson, and his sister, Miss Emily Wilson of i Meniphis,.who will come here to bi- with him. '' TO EASE MISERY OF CHILD'S COLD RUBONWJCKS '' W VAPORUB AH Veterans of World Wars 1 and 11 Be At the LEGION HUT Tuesday Night at 8:30 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. F.T.D. Berrle* We Deitrer Anjrwhen Ph. 491 Mm. J. M. (MM) WUUanv, owner Gteneoe Bldf. Police Chiefs Sponsor Notion Wide Brokfe Check It's mighty comforting to know you can slop your car according to need . . . smoothly and slowly—or Quick ns a wink! Especially in view of the nation-wide brake check planned by (he International Association of Chiefs of Police to take place soon. Come in! Let us inspect your brakes, Quick adjustments hy skillful hrakc spccinlisls.'innccricd, we install factory engineered and factory inspected Mol'ar hrakc linings. We'll he looking for you. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler and Plymouth Dealers 121 E. Main ' Phone 2122 Red Cross Drive how^.'Progress n Oscepla Area Chairman' Dave Laney has re- orted 'satisfactory progress in the rive in ,|he Osceola District for ontrl but Ions to the Red Cross "'imd. ' The Hightower community, Ed- nrd Seagraves chairman, has ex- eeded its quota. Kottonwood Korher, Homer tames, chairman, raised its quota. In Osceola with EL quota of $4500 ne-half ihas b~een subscribed. Reports • from every community re fuvomble'and J^r, Laney, chalr- lan for the Osceola District, exacts to raise- and probably exceed ie quota of J18,000 assigned the outh half of the county. .uxoran./s Promoted 'o First Lieutenant Lieut. WoooVow Fardeecey or uxora, a member of the 7th In- antry Division now, iri the Phllip- ines, hns been promoted to the ank of first-lieutenant. tie is a veteran of .three major perations, Attv, Kwajalein and the nltlal Invasion'pf the Philippines. Larry Hearn Injured Larry Hearn. 14-year-old son of Ir. and Mrs. Jerry Hearn, fell yes- erday afternoon in the yaord at is home oh Missouri Avenue and "fferecl a .fracture 1 of his right By RUTH MIM.ETT The bachelor Congressman who oposcd'that the wives of fighting icn be sent, overseas lo be with iclr husbands everywhere but In ombat areas has taken a lot of idding about his plan. But plenty of service wives can't (id anything fanny about his plan, ot when they read In their pajwrs bout the shiploads of- Australian ives of service men who are land- IE in America, and when they cad of all the other foreign wives f GJ.'s who are finding H possible a get to America. If foreign wives can come to inerlca In wartime—what is so Hy about suggesting that Amer:an wives of fighting men be nl- lived lo go to them In the cities nd towns of Australia, England, ranee, and so on? It looks, the way .things stand ow, as though all the odds are gainst the American wife or ancee. The men can marry overseas and get their wives back to America, But if they are married or engaged to Ainerleim girls, the men know that the women can't follow them, .but must stay put for the duration, WANT FA1U BREAK And that Is beginning to make American women feel they aren't getting a fair break. Every time the papers purry a story about how important It is for American girls to wait for their men. overseas I get n stack of letters complaining about all the men who are marrying abroad And why not — when it is so much more convenient? G. I. Joe marries a girl in Australia, lives with her there until he is sent home nnd then has her come to America. But If he marries an American girl and. then gets shipped overseas for two or three years, he has to leave his wife behind. To women the Congressman's proposal makes sense. MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1945 and A2 and B2, good through larch 31. Stamps C2 through G2, ood through April 23. Stamps H2 irough M2, good through June 2. tamps N2 through S2, good trough June 30. SUGAll Book 4, stamp No. 35, good for ve pounds through June 2. An- her stump is .scheduled to be illdated May 1. Home-canning ugar, up to 20 pounds per person, 111 be available March 15. SHOES Dpok 3, Airplane Stamps 1, 2 nnd Termination date not set. GASOLINE 14-A coupons good for four gains each through March 21. B-5, wrist. Removed to Skalier Clinic for treatment, the arm later was placed in splints. His condition today was good. Spaldfng is the center of England's tulip trade, sending out 0000 tons of blooms during the season In normal times. Ration Calendar MEATS, FATS, ETC. Book 4, Red Stamps Q5 through S5, good through March 31. Stamps To through X5 , good through April 28. Stamps Y5, 25 and A2 through D2, good 'through June 2. Stamps E2 through J2 good througli June 30. PROCESSED FOODS Book 4, Blue Stamps XD, Y5, Z5 "i LOST 52 Ibs.! & WEAR SIZE 14 AGAIN" MRS. C. 0. WELLS, FT. WORTH AtPkturtd H B r. > 'You may lose pounds and tiav BJOI« »len(!tr, siaceful fisiue rxtitlx. No cJruEs. No tajcatkci bat meat, potatoes, Kravy. butter Th« eipeikncc of Mis. Well* may or may not be diflcrent lhan yojrs tut why not t ty the Ayil i I'b n f Look Id clinics! Letts conducted by medical doctors more than 108 pe/*on» loit 14 10 15 pounds arecafic In a feiv ivccki with ihe AVDS VUamla Candy * With this AyJs Vlan you iWi out any meal), Marches, potatoes, ineaiior tiu tiei. you simply cut tlii- m dowp. It A simple nnd e.ister when you enjoy delicious (vitamin lorn fini) AY DS before each meal. Ab«o lutely liatmltu. 30 days simply nf .JS. If not deCiehted Main and llroudway "KIKBY BROS. DRUG STORE Why this is so different ' Ebmale Pain Helps Build Up festslance Against H I If at such times you feel like a "wreck", so nervous tired irritable, ft bit blue— due to female functional periodic disturbances— don't delay— try Lydia E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Here's WHY: 1. Pinkhnm's Compound— a famous liquid— is one of the most effective medicines made especially for girls and women for this purpose. 2. This great medicine is what Doctors call a uterine sedative because it has a soothing effect on one of woman's most important organs. 3. Taken regularly— it helps build up resistance against EUch distress. A sensible tiling to do! *• Plnkham's Compound positively contains no harmful opiates or habit forming ingredients. It's made from nature's own beneficial roots nnd herbs (plus Vitamin Bi) . It HELPS NATURE. S. Also a grand stomachic tonic. Buy a bottle today at any drugstore. Follow label directions. VEGETABLE COMPOUND Mrs. Oalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Rearranging of schedule makes it possible to accept several more pupils in piano and voice. Formev New York Organist and Teacher Pupil of Clarence Dickinson President of Union Theological Seminary School of Music For Appointment Phone or Writ* airs. Dallon C. Fowlston 1101 Chkkuawb* I 1 ].one 2019 Look Your Best On Easter! Waiting "until the last minute can be disastrous when it comes to having clothes cleaned these days. Avoid the last minute holiday rush by bringing your clothca in today. THfS FRIENDLY REMINDER must be taken seriously in order for us to give you the fast, expert service we'd like to, NU WA LAUNDRY^IEANER* PHONE «4 — eLVTHEYILlETftRK. -5, B-0 and C-li coupons good for yc gallons. Suggestions For Easter Giving! JEWELRY Milk Maid Cosmetics Mary Dunhill Perfume The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN CITZ Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO ELCN :00 a.m. 12:45 p.m: 4:30 p.m. Last -Time Today • The ' Conspirators wifli Heily Lnmurr and !';iul Uenreid PiiKunount News and Selected Short Subject Tuesday & Wednesdv \GAIL RUSSELL \DIANA LYNN k > ,\ . — - Selected Short Subjects ROXY Matinees Sat. &. Sun. Only Opens each night 0:45; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:08; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. and Son. Bargain Night Every NMghl Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Kosy. I-ast Time Today Flight For Freedom with Itosalhul Hussell and ; ' Fred MacMurray Fox News and Short !|Tucsday & Wednesday Double Feature Mysterious Doctor with Itichard Arlcn

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