Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on November 13, 1949 · Page 55
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 55

Lubbock, Texas
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Sunday, November 13, 1949
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Page 10, Sec. V Lubbock, (Tex.), Avalaiiche-Journal, Sun,, Nov. IS, 1849 The Week's I STATE ,. « S Today through Wednesday: "I jiWas a Male War Bride," Gary S Grant, Ann Sheridan. if Thursday and Friday: "Penny | Serenade," Irene Dunne, -Gary • Saturday through next Monday: S'The Lady Gambles," Barbara S Stanwick, Robert Preston. jjLINDSEY S Today through Thursday: "Task '* Force," Gary Cooper, Jane Wyatt. " Friday and Saturday: "Doctor •'/and the Girl," Glenn Ford, Gloria ? deHaven. •. ' . J CLIFTON " Today through Tuesday: "Red ; Stallion in the Rockies," . Arthur 5 Franz, Jean Heather, a Wednesday through Friday: I "Fighting Tools,"- X,eo Gorcey, i f Huntz Hall. . n Saturday through next Wednes- 1 day: "The" Big Steal," Robert 2 Mitchum, Jane Greer. \ TOWER •« Today through Tuesday: "It » Happens Every Spring," Ray Mil• land, Jean Peters. " Wednesday through. Friday: » "Scene of the Crime," Van John:• son, Gloria deHaven. ' ; Saturday through next Thurs!! day: "White Heat," James Cagney, ,i Virginia Mayo. I PLAZA :! Today through Tuesday: "Look •' for the Silver Lining," June Hav- 1 «r, Ray Bolger. • ; Wednesday and Thursday: "Take ': One False Step," William Powell, I Shelley Winters. :; Friday and Saturday: "Cham'•• pion," Kirk Douglas, Marilyn ; Maxwell. I MIDWAY • Today through Tuesday: "The '•; Show Otl," Marilyn Maxwell, Red ; Skelton. ; Wednesday and Thursday: "Lost F Horizon," Ronald Colman. " Friday and Saturday: "The ~ Spoilers," Marlene Dietrich, Ran- jj dolph Scott, John Wayne. ?TECH 1 . Today and Monday: "Road to ii Rio," Bing Crosby, Bob Hope. '' Tuesday and Wednesday: "Em- f peror's Waltz," Bing Crosby, Joan •• Fontaine. i Thursday and Friday: "Buck •• Privates," Abbott and Costello. ;' Saturday through next Monday: 5 "Li 1 Abner," Granville Owen, ; Martha O'Driscoll, I LYRIC ; ! Today through Tuesday: "The ;; Big Sombrero," Gene Autry, Elena ; Verdugo; also "Incident," Warren H Douglas, Jane Frazee. J : Wednesday . and T h u vsday: ;; "Drums Along the Mohawk," Hen- jj ry Fonda, Claudette Colbert. ft Friday and Saturday: "Range '• Justice," Johnny Mack .Brown, ;; Max Terhune; also "In Fast Com? pany," Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall. (CACTUS '; Today and Monday: "Tornado," ;! Chester Moms, Nancy Kelly;, also y "The Rustler," Tim Holt, Richard !: Martin. * Tuesday and Wednesday: "Mu;| tiny In The Arctic," Richard Ar!: Ion, Andy Devine; also "Hangers (i Take Over," Tex O'Brien, Jim I Newill.. \. Thursday through Saturday: !f "Texas," William Holden, Glenn ' Ford; also "Dark Mountain," Elf len Drew, Robert Lowery. \ CHIEF I- Today and Monday: "Tombstone K Terror," Bob Steele; also "Sunset ^'Carson Rides Again," Sunset Cari! son. » Tuesday through Thursday: "Es- f cort Girl." ;; Friday and Saturday: "Beauty f and the Bantid," Gilbert Roland; !i also "Lone Rider in Ghost Town," ™ George Houston. PLAINS Today an'd Monday: "Desperate Trail," also "Eyes of Texas." Tuesday 'through Thursday: "Station West," also' "Buck Privates.'.'. Friday and Saturday: "Out law Country," also "Desert Vigilante.' ARCADIA Today through Tuesday: "Stampede," Rod Cameron, Johnny Mack Brown; also Angels with Dirty Faces," James Cagney, Pat O'Brien. , ' Wednesday and Thursday: "A Slight Case of. Murder'," Edward G. Robinson; also "Smart Woman," Constance Bennett, .Brian Aherne. Friday, and Saturday: ."Flowing Gold," Pat O'Brien, John Garfield; also "1 Shot Jesse James," Hreston Foster, Barbara Britton. 5-POINT DRIVE-IN! Today and'Monday: "Canadian Pacific," Randolph Scott, Jane Wyatt. Tuesday through Thursday: "Night at the Opera," Kitty Carlisle, Allan Jones. Friday and Saturday: "Tulsa," Susan Hayward, Robert Preston. CORRAL DRIVfc-lN Today and Monday: "You're My Everything," Dan Dailey, Anne Baxter. Tuesday through Thursday: "Life of- Riley," William Bendix, James Gleason. Friday and Saturday: "Roughshod," Robert Sterling, Gloria Grahame. (Official nSAF Photo) EXECUTIVE OFFICER of the pilot training group s is Lt. Col. Frank P. Wood whose many duties keep, him busy at Reese Air Force Base, making sure that the cadets receive their proper training. . • Audiometer Bougfit By Lions For Use In Terry Schools BROWNFIELD, Nov. 12. (Special)—An audiometer, a, scientific electric machine which .detects hearing faults in children, has been purchased by the Brownfield Lions club for use in Terry county schools. . Through the cooperation of the South Plains ?Icalth Unit, the machine was used for the first time this week,in the West Ward school here, and will be used -in other schools of the county. ' BREAKFAST IN HOLLYWOOD with Jack- McElroy Hob-nob with tho \*iw of the West 1: P.M. BRIDE AND GROOM with Johnny Nelson " Whcro mirth ^ f.f. and marriage 1 "Jill mee' I «Ow P.M. TALK YOUR WAY DDT OF IT with Peter Donald Tho Red-faced riot of ticUUsh situation comedy 2:00 1340 KFYO V AMERICAN BROADCASTING *.* DRIVE IN tHEATRE *, T OF CITY ON LEVEL-LAND.'HIGH FORMERLY PLAINS DRIVE IN THEATRE SUNDAY AND MONDAY with JAMES GLiASON "OICGIR" O'DEU (JOHN MOWN) ' "MOUSE, TRAPPERS" "NEWS" ARLINGTON'S FIHST • First .burial of a soldier In Arlington cemetery was. that of L. Reinhardt, a Confederate soldier of the 23rd North Carolina Regiment, which took place ,on May 13, 1864. The, following day, 11 Union soldiers were interred in the presence of President' Lincoln. TOMBSTONE TERROR WITH BOB STEELE Feature No. 2 SUNSET CARSON RIDES AGAIN WITH SUNSET CARSON HARD OF HEARING AMAZJNO NEW MICRU'lONE No Battery CoBt Che First Year "A" Battery Gunranteecl 8 Month* All Batteries at Reduced Prlcca WEST TEXAS HEARING CENTER 1718 I!)U) St. - !">•• »•'*»* "TASK FOKC OCEANS FLEET!!' SfQRYOF Gary gets the girl with the Baltimore smile! FIVE YEARS in the MAKING! Secret Navy combat films in TECHNICOLOR! SEE Midway -Saipan-Leyte -Okinawa! SEE our boys beat back the Kamikaze attacks! -K *. -K •K * * * French Lawyer Teacher Fight Duel, Saving Their Honor PARIS Nov 12 Iff)— A Fiench lawyer and a schoolteacher fought a duel today in a meadow near Paris. • Roger Nordmann' the schoolteacher was reportedly pricked by the lawyer Jean-Louis Tixier- Vignancour's sword and the duel ended .with everyone's honor intact. The feud started three weeks •go when. Tixier-Vignancbur challenged Nordmann to. a duel with pistols after he said Nordmann insulted him during a treason trial; .: , • puelHng .Illegal :... ' . - Nordmann accepted' the challenge but said he had never fired anything more- potent than . a water pistol. He then chose two of his prettiest girl students, as seconds v • •'...• '.-,'•.•' •-The 'lawyer objected on the grounds that a second must be ready to take his principal's place and he could not lift his hand against a woman. ' • The weapons and the seconds Were . properly arranged .after weeks of negotiations. The dueljsts went into hiding from newspapermen and police ,since duelling is illegal. Only their seconds knew the time and place of combat. Germany has a snail farm, located at Herxheim. Desfifuj Seeking , Earl Job LONDON, Jen 12 (INS) — A British earl W^MC ancestors owned;, most-fbf•••.tit northern half of Ireland combej newspaper \nant- 'ads for a job tiday—something to' supplement tlj 10: cents weekly 'pocket mone# -rie gets on relief. Destitute aril i|l, his clothes frayed, the 5[-y^ar-'old Earl of Mayo sat in ahome for the aged in suburban Twickenham while he unfolded ajsto stir) a frustrated lost wife. WaitYi Job •y-of bad luck, career and a The., 'earl, wio las. been living in the home foj a nonth under the' family name it ""«••" Tim-iro" said that he Cancan be indepeiflent." He related 1930's he .workid In the early s a laborer, la- pmgosTav Open Stager Benin Scandalous Soviet Allegations PARIS, Nov. 12. (U,R)—Yugoriav opera singer Zinka Milanov. arrived in; Paris,, today" en route to' the''United States and.immediately sought refuge from reporters in the Yugoslav .embassy., '.. Earlier, however, she promised to make, a-complete, statement when she reaches the United States on Moscow allegations that she was an American spy" and the girl friend of Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito. Scowling arid obviously displeased, Mme, Milanov denied both allegations when her train stopped briefly at Lausanne,' Switzerland, on the way to Paris from Belgrade. The Moscow, story was merely character assassination intended to' discredit Tito for his defiance of the Kremlin, she said. '.'This is a dirty story and I mean just that,".the soprano star of the Metropolitan opera said, "There's not one word, of truth in it." "bit iar s" In a couple ant tnought he had he said, "and I was heading ter took of movies found himself. "I studied •hird I was told tlat for Hollywood!' Then he mariod. "My wife prtfade my acting. She wanted rre tp be a company director. But ihal was no good. I tried lots pfotljer jobs,.the last one canvassingf(r football pools. But I quit. I ould not climb the CADI ^Tt""^»^HTlBff^^| r\ A v •vLjnit fttrf^Akjf ) TODAY THRU TUESDAY sairs." • ' ' ' ' He said of his wife: "Don't, lets talk 'about my wife. She left me in September and I believe she has gone to America." The earl said he is "happy" in the home for the aged, where he shares a room with 'Other persons. Threw Dynamite Bomb On Porch' BAINBRIDGE, G»., Nov. 13. .(U.RV-Sheriff A. K. Whit* let out today to find who threw?;*' dynamite bomb, onto his front porch last night. .. ' ,> •';•:;* White heard th« blast while he and his family were at a football game, and Investigation letfhlrri to his own home. The bomb iv had landed on the porch, blowing a hole in the floor, shatering windows and shaking pictures off the inside walls. , t -,•.••*.' 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