Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on May 7, 1947 · 7
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BESTYETT TREASURE CHEST IIEW E1161ff estyett Potato MONDAY WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY I 0: I S A M r 44 4 rPts Alt Remember the Slogan: "Their Flavor Wins Favor!" HISTORY A LA HOLLYWOOD Ginger Rogers Charms As Famed Dolly Madison BY CITA BUNIPASS Ilistory comes to W 7th St with a housing shortage of the 19th Century which plaees Aaron Burr and James Madison as roomers at the home of a young Quaker widow and her mother David r - 5-441 t It r St: r-t V fiE11' GINGER ROGERS —As Dolly Madison The Palace will open ' Hc use Group Asks! day with Richard Dix in "1 Hour" co-starring Karen Passage of Real - 3 Children Struck Estate License Billiiniured by Autos BY SA3I KINCH Austin Staff Correspondent AUSTIN May 6—The House state affairs committee Tuesday right recommended passage of the real estate licensing bill and a measure permitting barbers to set minimum prices for their services The committee voted 10 to five approval of Senate Bill 150 which creates a real estate licensing commission and increases the annual fee from $3 to $10 The board would handle licensing procedure now handled by the secretary of state's office The barber bill Mtroduced by Representative Wallace of Fort Worth would permit the ' State Board of Barber Examiners to conduct elections and let a majority of the barbers in a locality fix minimum charges It was approved by the committee on a voice vote The committee also approved Tuesday night a bill by Representative Evans of Denison to create a state mediation and conciliatory service for labor disputes Evans' bill 'would require advance notice of proposed changes in working agreements and would require mediation under supervision of the State Labor Commission Man Hurt az Car And Truck Collide Tom Daily 50 of 2208 W Hawthorne received multiple injuries late Tuesday night when his automobile and a cattle truck collided four miles north of Lake Worth on Northwest Highway He was taken in a Shannon's ambulance to St Joseph's Hospital where attendants said he had face cuts a deep knee injury and a possible broken right arm FiTIVOVIN Feat — 1:31-3:36-541-7:45-9:5I LOUIS BARBARA HAYWARD BRITTON Return of Monte Cristo" LATE NEWS—CARTOON MATINEE-20c NIGHT 25c-35c LEONARD R SMITH CO RADIO and APPLIANCES Phone 3-7660 SALES and SERVICE Any Mak Homo or Auto Radio 2525 W 7TH ST City Wide Pick-Up and Delivery p- s I Ho Cover Charge On Monday Tuesday Wednesday or Thurs DANCING Noon 'Till Midnight 'Never a Dull Moment'' I The Pirates Cave 7th tt HOUSTON STS In Downtown Fort Worth 411 Niven plays the traitor Burgess Meredit is the idealistic young politician and Ginger Rogers is early America's famous hostess and first lady whose story is told in "The Magnificent Doll" at the Worth Written by Irving Stone the screen play goes back to the days when democracy was on trial and picks a half dozen historial characters for a plot that will bring a generous amount of criticism from those who know American history well Miss Rogers is charming as the political-minded socialite who as a girl in Virginia was pledged to marry a man she had never met The camera takes Dolly through two unhappy years of marriage to her first husband a romance with Burr and her marriage to Madigon at a slow pace which allows too much time for scrutinizing the picture's attempt to record history Miss Rogers wears her first period costumes for the Doll's famous parties and her 25 ensembles arelopped by Lilly Dache hats Both she and Meredith have claim to Fort Worth She won a Charleston contest here which took her to Hollywood and Meredith was stationed in Fort Worth during the war J HERE AND THERE The Gay 90s Revue announced for May 16 at Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium has been canceled The Palace will open Wednesday with Richard Dix in "The 13th Hour" co-starring Karen Morley Three children were victims of auto-pedestrian accidents Tuesday afternoon but none suffered serious injury Thomas Jackson Jr 5 of 3979 Valentine suffered body bruises and face cuts when hit in front of his home He is at St Joseph's Hospital Patsy Ann Adams 6 of 2612 Harwood was treated for a head cut at City-County Hospital after being struck near her home by an automobile John Henry Alderge 7 of 809 Webb suffered minor bruises when hit by a car in the 800 block on Broadway He was treated at City-County Hospital Graveside Services Set át Cleburne Graveside services for Robert S Foster 52 of 900 9th Ave who died in a hospital here Saturday will be held at 10 a m Wednesday in Cleburne Mr Foster had been a resident of Fort Worth for 10 years Survivors include his wife one daughter Mrs Juanita Mullins of Munich Germany two brothers H Foster of Fort Worth and C J Foster of Wapata Wash and two sisters Mrs Fannie Mod-sett of Walnut Springs and Mrs Lulu Nance of Bullard CLAUDETTE COLBERT WALTER PIDGEON CARTOON - SHORT 3033 ti EMPPI ILL 6:30 P M "The Secret Heart" Itititt41110 W THEATRE HALTOM Phone 2-0058 Opening Time 4:00 PM "The Plainsman and th Lady" William Elliott—Vera Ralston "STEP BY STEP" Lawrence Tierney—Anna Jeffreys SELECTED SHORTS c"movamrrarA 60 BOWIE BLVD k i E:tDRIVE - IN - t Shows at a 1 0 OPEN AIR THEATRE !--t: 730 & 930 Ier011711711!MiiraltrIllM: -1- 9 A Speaker In Every Car m "The Jolson Story" (color) t t i Larry Parks—William Damerest 1 ' cull 1 - --lune J °non Story" (Color) Larry Parks—William Damstrest lb Also—Donald Duck Cartoon -11 avows "Leave Her to Heaven" GENE TIERNEY CORNEL WIIDE Cartoon News II 'AMMO 111 "Her Adventurous Night" 1 Dennis O'Keefe Helen Walker "Th Southerner" Zachary Scott Betty Held 1 PICKETS CHANT GRIEF TO CONGA NEW YORK May 6 (P)-- Employes of the Arthur Murray dance studios formed a conga line in front of one of the studios Tuesday in a demonstration protesting what they said were attempts of the management to forestall recognition of a CIO union T h e demonstrators predominantly attractive young women dance instructors at the studio snaked around in front of the building singing and punctuating their chanting with the rattling of maracas Suiting their chanting to the rhythm the demonstrators sang: "Two-four - six - eight — Mr Murray negotiate One-twothree-kick — papa better sign quick" Meeting Hears Stale Medical Society Head DALLAS May 6 (IP)--The 13th Century epitomized its ideals in cathedrals and the 20th Century in much the same spirit and faith in medical centers Dr Claude C Cody Jr president of the State Medical Association of Texas said Tuesday Dr Cody gave the annual president's address to some 2000 Texas doctors registered for the convention Mrs George Turner El Paso president of the woman's auxiliary to t h e association brought greetings from the doctors' wives Dr Cody divided medical service Into two major phases: Scientific medicine or the strictly technical phase and the distribution of medical care The hospital and the medical school are the pillars of the arch for the distribution of medical care he said Dr Harold Af Williams Fort Worth was named assistant secretary of the association by the trustees He will assume his new post July 1 taking over the job formerly held by Dr R B Anderson of Fort Worth who died several months ago Speakers at sectional meetings Tuesday included Dr Harold C Jones Chicago Dr Thomas W Folbre San Antonio Dr T B Magath Rochester Minn Dr S Foster Moore Jr San Antonio' and Dr George W Cox state health officer Austin The convention will continue through Thursday HURRY! ENDS TONITEI Ingrid Bergman Robert Montgomery "RAGE IN HEAVEN" Fro Parking Lot LydickBarmann Co ATTIC MIS Home Installation Exhaust Fans and Evaporative Coolers COMMERCIAL INSTALLATION 505 COMMERCE DIAL 2-9364 ANNOUNCING Music Study Club Ends Year With Spring Recital BY E CLYDE WHITLOCK The Music Study Club presented its spring concert the closing event of the club year Tuesday afternoon at the 'Woman's Club featuring the club chorus and member soloists The event was arranged by Mrs Rush R Brader president Mrs Fred Parker program chairman Mrs M B F Myers choral chairman and Mrs Theo Cromer entertainment chairman The chorus of 30 members is directed by William J Marsh and accompanied by (rZella Oliver Jeffus The program included several spring-like numbers which were new to us such as "A Madrigal in May" (Newton) and "The Skylark" (Barnby) tunes blithe and merry There were arrangements of songs such as "Comes the Spring" (Debussy) and "Land of Light" (Strauss) and a skillful transcription by Gaines from Handel called' "Nightingale Song" in which Paul Morgan of the TCU music department played a flute obbligato with delicacy and refinement The chorus closed with "Redbuds" by Marsh The group is well balanced in parts and sings with clear unforced tone and careful shading Excellent musicianship was manifested by director and members in the Debussy and Handel items A pianist comparatively new to the city is Anne Bryan Lindsay a product of Nashville and Chicago who played the Liszt "Hungarian Fantasy" with Mrs W Browning at the orchestral piano Mrs Lindsay's technical equip R Vickery Pupils Will Present Play "Little Red Riding Hood" Will be given by the R Vickery School first grade at 3 p m Wednesday in the auditorium for parents and friends Miss Mary E Morrison class teacher announced Children participating in the play are Glenda Davis Joyce Brooks Judy Russell Dianna Hilliard Edwin Knifong Tommy Booker Malissa Thomas Bobby Belzner Junior Morris Tim Talbert June Taylor Joe Godwin Juanita Morris Eddie Hearne Christine McKown Ronald Boba Patricia Orr John Harold Paugh Deanna Sprayberry Jerry Kunkle James McWilliams Michael Hams and James D Eller I iit ''':17-''77--7-:s '4 : A --:: ' -v: l ' 0 24- — ----'-x-:-' -:-: - -t - rigNOWA CrAtisG HARR - Pro( 1 FEATURE NO 2 YOUR COMEDY HMO OF iflf!'"-- 4 -A RAD01 11 a THE OPENING OE CAIFIE SHOWING MGM's HOOYS' 1109 W MAGNOLIA - P S KOLIUS Proprietor SPERO KOLIUS Manager Open 6 A M to 9 P M—Closed Monday n-RTIEVIT BY THE DAY OR BY THE WEEK West of Medical Arts' "One Block R F Wilson Manager gm Davimmom And DRIVE a NEW CAR PHONE 3-3768 NC Downtown Courtesy Car Service to 812 West 10th YOUR WORRIES ARE OVER! WE CAN NOW SUPPLY YOU COMPOSITION ROOFING COMPOSITION SHINGLES ROLL ROOFING LYDICK ROOFING CO Fort Worth OUTSIDE VENETIAN BLINDS SHEET METAL WALL TILE 1301 Foch St at West Lancaster (Just East of Farrington Field) - 3-2313 Te ea merit is highly developed and her tone ample and expressive The- brilliant work was played with fire and vivid contrast Eleanor Bryan Armstrong soprano accompanied by Mrs RIfus offered the celebrated Polonaise from "Mignon" with exceptional technical accuracy and ease and the security of intonation of an instrument Four pianists Mrs Jeffus Mrs Parker Mrs C L McNair and Mrs E M Bowser gave at two pianos a rousing performance of Tschaikowsky's "Marche Slave" Jane's a'Big Girl Takes Over $40401 LOS ANGELES May 6 (IP) She's a big girl now-21 years old to be precise—so Jane Withers erstwhile film juvenile Tuesday was granted control of her own property valued at $4040183 Superior Judge Harold B Jeffrey approved a final accounting by the actress' mother Mrs Ruth Withers and relieved her of her guardianship over Jane NI ONAt -SWC) t7V- I NJ Cr PMONE 2-418 FEATURE STARTS 12:15 2:08 4:00 5:55 7:50 9:45 No Woman Ever Loved With Moro to Lose GINGER ROGERS "MAGNIFICENT DOLL" BURGESS MEREDITH Plus-PETE SMITH SPECIALTY Continuous Show Starts at 11:45 2:10 4:35 7:00 9:35 No Reserved Seats "DUEL IN THE SUN" PHONE 3-4242 GREGORY PECK JENNIFER JONES MATINEE—ALL SEATS 80c NIGHTS & SUNDAY 130 all prices include tax AVM PHON 3-1304 LAST DAY FEATURE STARTS-11:30 1:28 3:30 5:35 7:46 9:45 ABBOTT and COSTELLO "TIME OF THEIR LIVES" PHONE 7-6542 STARTS TODAY FEATURE STARTS 1215 1:45 3:23 5 6:40 830 9t50 Caught Red-Honded at Murdars Ha Didn't Commiti RICHARD DIX as "The Whistler" in "THIRTEENTH HOUR" Karon Morley John Kellog Edgar Kennedy - "SOCIAL TERRORS' STARTS TODAY-FEAT STARTS 150 348 5:45 7:40 938 GLENN FORD JANET BLAIR "GALLANT JOURNEY" sEEr o STARTS TODAY-FEAT STARTS 115 3:18 5:25 7:30 9:35 GARY COOPER "MARCO POLO" Plus-TED HUSING SPORT LAST DAY 'safaris Starts 1:05 2:50 4:30 6:10 7:50 9:30 TOM KELLY—ANN GILLIS "ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER" '4W Starts Today Features Start OPEN 5:30-550 7:40 930 In Technicolor JUNE HAVER "WAKE UP AND DREAM" LAST DAY! Foatures Start 100 2:40 41:25 6:10 7:55 940 LOUIS HAYWARD BARBARA BRITTON ''RETURN OF MONTE CRISTO" LAST DAY! Open 5:20 Features Start 5:45 730 9:20 CLAUDETTE COLBERT Walter Pidgeon Jun Allyson "SECRET HEART" crjT I PARKWAY" 1 i 1 wir ---:- BO e Delicious With Fresh Strawberries ri Mt A ryas ot in Mtn rtes 13T" AND BULLETIN A M 4:00-570 Manneo 4:15-570 Matinee 4:30—News Markets 4:45—Dick Tracy Vv4P14- $ BA k V killIEL Fon ?zted14 lbede aeaesices --c---i-' 4-'t-‘y'-'1::--o---t --'''--'''''-P'"--- - ----- ' ---r a FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM RADIO CLOCK 0 10:00 am—Relax to the mid-morning melodies offered for your enjoyment irs - another program of "Organaires" with Frances Kay KFJZ! 12:30 pm—Time to gather around and hear your favorite Western tunes as sung by "The Doughboys" WEAP-820 - TON! WEDNESDAY MORNING AND AFTERNOON PROGRAMS 1 WBAP-WFAA-570 WBAP-WFAA-820 Sage Brush Serenado Serenade Devotional 6:00—Yawn Patrol 6:15—News Patrol Weather 6:30-5unshine Boys 6:45—Stamps Quartet 7:00—Time and Tempo 7:15—Time and Tempo 7:30—News—Engle 7:45—Fruit Express Sage Brush Serenado Serenade Devotional S S form and Home Q I News—Engle 3 Ihe Form editor 1 3 5 Sheb Woo ley 3 News Dr Canyon I Nowa Dr Canyon RI Early Birds Si Early Birds SI Early Birds 8:00—Breakfast Club Morning News SIMorning News 8:15—Breakfast Club Melody Souvenirs T I Sid Hardin 8:30—Breakfast Club Rood of Life N Strange Romance 8:45—Breakfast Club Al Joyce Jordan NI David Horum -- 9:00—My True 'Story Al Fred Waring Lyrics by Linder 9:15—My True Story A' Fred Waring IN News: Lullaby 920—Hymns at Alt Churches A News Mortices S I Crand Slam 9:45—Thu Listening Post A Lora Lawton r hi Myrt & Marge 10:00—Tom Brenneman's Jack Berch N I Kate Smith Spooks 10:15—Hollywood Breakfast A Fascinating Rhythm N Dr Pa' 10:30—Galen Drake A To Be Announced Helen Trent 10:45—Ted Malone Arrony Russo Sings N Our Gal Sunday I 11:00—Kenny Baker 'Big Sister NlAunt Mary 11:15—Kenny Baker A! Judy and Jane N Hal Derwin Serenade 11:30—Music to Remember El Weather & Rhythms S Kenny Baker 11:45—Romance From South Menu l Murray-Cox—RFD S Want to Stay Married 11:00—Kenny Baker I Big Sister 11:15—Kenny Baker AI Judy and Jane 11:30—Music to Remember El Weather & Rhythms 11:45—Romance From South Menu Murray-Cox—RFD P M WBAP WFAA-570 WBAP WFAA — 810 KRLD - 108- P klenin Pslwe S Stnmns Ottnrtet 12:00—News—Du Pont 1 Noon News ST 12:15—Chuck Wagon Gang S Ranch Buckaroos 12:30—Star Reporter S i News: Doughboys 0! 12:415—Hockberry Hotel Si Red Hawks Q 1:00—Tim Healy S Westw'd: News Names S 1:115—Date With Melody E Ma Perkins N 1:30—Bride and GI' 001TO Pep paw Young N 1:45—Bride and Groom A I Right to Happiness N P M WBAP-WFAA-570 2:00—Ladies Be Seated 2:15—Ladies Bo Seated 2:30—Ed C Hill 2:45—Homo With Healy's 3:00-570 Matinee 3:15-570 Matinee 330-570 Matinee 3:45-570 Matinee WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING PROGRAMS WBAP-WFAA-820 A Backstage Wife A Stella Dallas A Lorenzo Jones RYoung Wicider Brown When Girl Marries Portia Faces Id Just Plain Bill Front Page Farrell — Dr Malone SIToclay's Children S Woman in White A Masquerade --s 5:00—Terry and the Pirots Al Song Shop ! 5:15—Sky King A I News 5:30—Jack Armstrong A I Showcase of Hits I 5:45—Daddy Ringtoil S News 6:00—News Musk S Evening Melodies 6:15—Brown Conducts S News Sports 630—Lone Ranger iYour Life at Stake t 6:45—The Lone Ranger A I News Roundup ! 7:00—turn and Abner A 1Duffy's Tavern 7:15—Bobby Doyle A Duffy's Tavern i 730—Court of Missing Heirs IMr D A 7:45—Court of Missing Heirs A 1 Mr DA it 8:00—Paul Whiteman 1This Big Story 8:15—Paul Whiteman AThe Big Story 1 8:30—Beulah IKay Kyser 8:45—Beulah A Kay Kyser I 9:00—Bing Crosby !Supper Club 9:15—Bing Crosby A!Smil Program 9:30—Henry Morgan Shove !Great Gildersleeve 9:45—Henry Morgan Show AGreat Gildersleeve 10:00—Music 10:15—News and Sports 5 Dennis Day 10:30—Jenning's Orchestra (Dennis Day 10:45—Jenning's Orchestra R Prison Broadcast — 11:00—Nowst Don Kay's Orch IPrison Broadcast 11:15—Don Kay' Orch R Snooky Lawson 11:30—Jack Fina's Orchestra 5 Three Suns 11:45—Hour of Worship News IDance 001 News 12-00—Sign Oft Sign Oft t KX01-1360 8 05—Sunrise 'n Shine 8 00—Mr and Mrs Entertainment 10 15—Treasure Chest 12 00—Record Parade 1 30—Swing's the Thing 3 00—Cavalcade of Music 4 00—Juke Box 5 00—Texas Time 5 45—Tee Casper 8 Slipper Chit 8 10—Baseball Fort Worth-Shreveport) 10 15—Baseball Scoreboard 10 35—Dreamland Serenade 11 30—Automatic Music FORT WORTH STAR-TELECRAM-7 Wed Morn: May 7 1941: t)cil E E T m KRLD-1080 Radio Revival Texas Roundup Texas Roundup News Farm Edifices Stomps Quartet South!ond echoes INews of Mo Wewld Oklahoma Roundup Newv— V Sox S Sing America Sing Stamps Quartet News—Lowrey Juniper Junctiono Joy Spreaders Cornbread Matinee Cornbread Matinee FOS) Aces Pose of Dream IOW-1080 NPob and Vittorio C N Pop Call 5 N Give and Takeo N Give and Take C -- N News Markel N Evelyn Oppenheimer S N News Markets N Parisian Bandstand N Platter Party I N: Platter Party ite N Plotter Party S N News—Bob Trout Ci t 5:1exas Rangers E' i News—Sports 51 its E I Neves— towrey S I 'Fronk Porker Show S es S Jock Carson Show— I I Jock Carson Show C Act N Dr Christian 513r Chriztion c 1 'Songs by Sinatra I N Songs by Sinatra C iDinah Shorts Show I N Dinah Shore Show C: 'The Whistler I N The Whistler C IInformation Pleas N Information Pleose C I -- i I N Mystery of the Week Ct 5Jack Smith Show C Me !invitation to Musk 1 tve N Invitation to Music Ci ---— 1 5News S i ICES Talks N Hillbilly Round Up t 'Hillbilly Round Lip 1 t S News Hillbilly Rnd Up! N Hillbilly Round Up S' 1 N Tommy Cunningham N PWS N Orch News C 1 Midnight Matinee I KW8C-970 8:30—News: Mtpteal Carers 7:30—Morning Meditations 8 45--Gems of 1-4111ft 9:45—Western liartnony 1045—Listen Ladies: News 11 45—Leighton Noble 12 45-80ngs of fqtat$i I 45— Mood for StringS 2 45—Love Letters 3 45—Concert Salow News 4 :00—Rhythm Parade 5:00—Melody Lane 6 00—News Sytophone 7:00—Matty Maineek We can actually give you magnificent new Buick engine performance in your 137 '33 139 '40 '41 or '42 BUICK Install a new factory-built Buick (engine") les cheaper in the long run No irritating part-by-part rePlacrnnt The cost is less than you expecL Easy payments to suit any budget Come in and ask about it Discount allowed garages MOTOR CO PHONE 2-6201 I KEIZ-1270 I KWFT-620 -- ! S Dawn Patrol 'Dawn Patrol S S Rhythm Roundup I! Sunriso on tho Ran E S' Carl Story 3 ASm Ccifiego Si Hi Neighbott 1 A 8MA Cottego Burrs N I Nows 3 Rhythm Roundup S - CI Hi Noighhoe i Noses RattrldIJO C 1 C Hi Neighbor I Stomps Quarto S ci I Nowt Randall Y News—Chopman S I I Varieties I Raterts mous I - CI Teo Caspor Show !News Reaort C lE Tee Caspor Show s: Voritty !limo 3- C! Star Tinto I Bock to th CI Interlude News Bork to the Bible S S First Baptist Church P ' Noors—Sharpo 3 S Yo Ciftio Basket s Texas Oailey FoRug S C! Handy Andy I Evelyn Winters C I ' Handy Andy I TOWII Ond COuntry I 1 - — C Frances Kay S Nityrs—Gerry Wriggle 3 ' I i Tin Pan Alley i Music foe In miu s C I 1270 Corral I Herrington Trio S Ci ! 1270 Corral I AAggiodoc OA cwnimtil E c e - E News S Kassi Smith S Hollywood Headlines S Marko Bashes Grand Living 4 Musical Momeriss S Bing Sings I The Jesters - 1 KM 1270 3 SWFT - 620 S News-Randall S A1 Star Quarts SI Hi Flyers I News S C Everybody's Treasure !Man on Shoes N E Checkerboard Jamboree Joy Spreaders- - Queen for a Day I Songs of filet Wess SS Quenn for a Day M Dori Ann e E Cedric fostr M Star It acKwlipr---F ord t CI Tex Ritter Show E Rose of Dreams C KIJZ-1270 Birthday Party — Easy Rhythm 1 Handy Andy Handy Andy Gabriel Heartier ' Real tife Stories Story Time i Interlude Parade 'Sweet Swing The Headliners I ARC Roundup 1 ABC Roundup News—HopkinsDance Orchestra A Dote to Dance Music end News Coy c id Cover Club Request Roundup Roundup News 7r:7T - :::::----ft ::?iak Nr Riii --- r- r7- -- ::--- -"--- t-4 -: aro! ? r5p:Akir - 1 4 -Fr — 1116 it--- : -Lifi le i ft 1eoo'':-i-:i:y--Z''' TA: - )1 e J - e 61'--17411—P a-J-17 - ': i I KWFT-620 S Bob ond Vlctorlo f lok It rosy 10Id time Gospel Old time Gospel - House Party House Party Howe Nses—Grayson 5 Home Foiks Frolic S Bator Tr Tinto 3 Estoril Their rotto I Music of Morhottort r Tosos Rangetts r Nws—Reed i Dante Moods S Invitation to Muslim 111114U:60n to Music -1 Clover Club Now' and Clover Club R Sign-Off Request Roundup Roundup News E I Reousmt Roundup dB KCNC-870 630--SIgn On Co label Caper 7 09----Coubel1 Capers Da ara Patrol 8 00-4:ieneral Ftrp 00--VO al VarlTA-tt 10 04)—Meodr Me for Too 11 00—Cerii llelp Wnte1 12 00—Lip-ay 1AAta!1 1:1ts Daant:3 00--NAva1 Arlitlaton itS 2 00-1-11ver ()mks RITerszeie 3 80—Po!ytechnir: Conrert 4 00—Soild Serriers News 6 00—!-oporte titles It S'Indowri 8 on—Record Review Trio liro 6 Olf S C e E s m a - 3 to 4 Club IHout Party 3 to A Club House Party Now C 3 to 4 Ciub I Nws—Grayson S 4t 3 to 4 Club 5 Ham Tos Frolic E - Shopping Reporter Itlarringtort Trio I Shopping Roporter S HorTIngton Trio Gen I Minister's Assn- RhVthrn on the R eng a ' d P t Advenure arae I m Rhythm 041 the Range 1 News—Hightower SWorld Affairs S I Superman m 1 Novatimo e 1 Captain Midnight m melody Parade e Torn Mix m News fill Now C Fulton Levels Jr m Designed for Dining e News-Randall s News—Grayson S 1 Juan Madero Drama i The torte Ranger Juan Madera Drama M The tonst Ranger a 1 - - Arm Choir Edition F Jack Carson Shaw Serenodit S Jack Carson Show C Crime Cases I Or Christian Special InvestTgator E Dr Christian Newt C - 1 - Gabriel Heonote FA Songs by Sinatra Real tife Stories A ' Songs by Sinatra C Story Time I Diana Shore Shove Interlude Parade S Diana Shore Show C - NOTE: Programs formerly heard over Station' K GKO are now heard over WBAP-WFAA — 570 C C We Can Make Your Home Up to I 5 Cooler! "11 JOHNS-MAN VILLE 2 - t 1 - - We can actually give you magnificent new )471t IMEMIEMEMIMEIMI let ::747-: performance for F '-40:er' ' - I 9': Buic Its 3 ' ------ 1937 thru I 942 A 7- -------- -------- ---- : a-- Buick engine performance in your 137 '3a 139 '40 '41 or '42 BUICK- Install a new factory-built Buick ttngine O les cheaper in the long run- 0 No irritating part-by-part rePtaemtint 0 The cost is less than you expect- iany ma nedn t as stko asbutsta ni ty b u d g e t 8 -- -- scounts allowed garages 4k-sa r L - ''': 1 --- all t"w p- :I I - i 1 i - ' i - :- s r LI- o -:-: — 1 I ' : cEaosmyep MOTOR C 0 i 3 T" AND - " A - - - 141-1qE E T PHONE 2 — 6201 a FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM RADIO CLOCK a 1000 am—Relax to the mid-morning melodies offered for your enjoyment in - BULLETIN- another program of "Organaires" with Frances Kay - - KFJZ! - 12:30 pm—Time to gather around and hear your favorite Western tunes as - sung by "The Doughboys" - - WBAP-8:20 - - - TON! - WEDNESDAY MORNING AND AFTERNOON PROGRAMS A M WBAP-WFAA-570 WBAP-WFAA-820 KRLD-1080 I KFJZ-1270 I KWFT-620 ------- Sage Brush Serenade It Radio Revival S' Dawn Patrol Serenade Devotional 5 Texas Roundup 'Dawn Patrol S 1 --- 1 - - 6:00-Yawn Patrol 5 farm and Horne Q Texas Roundup 5:Rhythm Roundup E Sunrise on this Range E 1 6:15-News Patrol Weather 1News-Englo News Farm Edifice S'Carl Story 3 A&m Coliego 6:30-Sunshine Boys 5 ih Farm editor 3 Stamm Quartet $ I Hi Neighbor 1 A 8M Cotlego Ogre el 6:45-Stamps Quartet 5 Sheb Wooley S Southland Echoes 'News 3 Rhythm Roundup $ i 7:00-Time and Tempo News Dr Canyon News of ese Wiseld (1HE Neighbor iNews Rouedues C 7:15-Time and Tempo RI Early Birds Oklahoma Roundup Ctli Neighbor E:Stomps Quorive S 7:30-Nows-Englo 5 Early Birds Nesse-efts Scse et News Randall F News-Chopman S 7:45-Fruit Express 5 Early Birds S Sing America Sing El Vcsrieties I Ranch House I I 8:00-Brookfast Club Morning News 51Morning Wirers --CI Teo Casper Show Imews Reeser C 13:15-Breakfast Club Melody Souvenirs TISid Hardin ETee Casper Show 5- Variety Time s- 8:30-Breakfast Club Rood of If N Strange Romance CiStor Time 'Bock to the 8:45-Brooklast Club Al Joyce Jordan N1David Harum - CI Interludes News Bork to Mir 8ble S 9:00-My True 'Story Al Fred Waring 1 Lyrics by Linder S First Baptist Church P'News-Shorpe IS 915-My True Story A' Fred Waring 114 New: s Lullaby S Ye Giftio Basket 3 Texas Volley Fria 3 9:20-Hymns of Alt Churches A News Markets S 1 Zirand Slam Cl Handy Andy 1 Evelyn Winters C 9:45-Thu Listening Post A Lora Lawton 14Myrt & Marge I Handy Andy I Town ond Country — 10:00-Tom Brenneman' Jack Berch N Kato Smith Spooks C Francee Kay S Nws-Gorry Wiiglse 3 10:15-Hollywood Breakfast A Fascinating Rhythm N:Dr Pool I Tin Pan Alley I Music for rts mi" s 10:30-Galon Drake A To Be Announced Helen Trent Ci 1270 Corral 'Herrington Trio 3 10:45-Ted Malone Al Tony Russo Sings N Our Gal Sunday C1270 Corral iMelocic Mcsmorks E i I —l 11:00-Kenny Baker 'Big Sister N 'Aunt Mary E News S Kate Smith C 11:15-Kenny Baker AI Judy and Jane N Hal Derwin Serenade S Hollywood Headlines S Marko Basket 11:30-Music to Remember I Weather & Rhythms S Kenny Baker I Grand Living Musical Moments e 11:45-Romance From South Menu Murray-Cox-RFD S Want to Stay Married S Bing Sings The Jesters E --I PM WEITA P-WFAA-570 WRAP WFAA - 810 KIM) - 1080 — ' ICFJZ - 1270 KWFT - 620 -- 12:00-News-Du Pont Noon News S'Stamps Quartet S News-Randall S Ail Star Quartet 12:15-Chuck Wagon Gang S: Ranch Buckaroos S! 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Hi Flyers I News $ 12:30-Star Reporter S i News Doughboy 0 i Jun lase Junction Ci Everybody's Treasure !Mon on Street pi 12:415-Hackberry Hotel 51 Red Hawks Q t Joy Spreaders E Checkerboard Jamboree !Joy Spreaders i es 1:00-Tim Healy S Westw'd News Names S Cornbread Matinee 1-0deeers for a Eay-- i Sa-gs of the West 5-- 1:15-Date With Melody I Ma Perkins N Cornbread Matinee S Oueort for o Day M Dori Ann e 1:30-Bride and Groans :Pepper Young N Easy Area E Cedric foster M Star I frcKlot---Feerd I 145-Bride and Groom A 'Right to Happiness N Rose of Dreams CI Tex Ritter Show E Rose of Orse3tris C WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING PROGRAMS P M WBAP-WFAA-570 WBAP-WFAA-820 1270 I kIJZ IKRI0-1080 - I — KWFT-620-- - 2:00-L0dies Be 3sated A Backstage Wife Nob and Victoria C I Birthdcre Party 3 Bois and Victoria C 2:15-Ladies Be Seated A Stella Dallas N Pop Call S Easy Rhythm e lake It Easy a - 1 2:30-Ed C Hill A Lorenzo Jones N Give and Tolle I Handy Andy Old limo Gospel - 2:45-Horms With Heolys R YOung Widder Brown N Give and Take C!Handy Andy Old Time Gospel a -- 3:00-570 Matinee When Girl Marries N News Markets S 3 to 4 Club House Party 3:15-570 Matinee Portia Faces Life N Evelyn Oppenheimer S 3 to A Club House Party New C 330-570 Matinee Just Plain Bill N News Markets 5 3 to 4 Ciub News-Grayson S 3:45-570 Matinee Front Page Farrell N Parisian Bandstand 3 to 4 Club 5 Home Fo!iis Frolic E ------ 4:00-570 Mangiest Dr Malone N Platter Party Shopping Reporter Itterrington Trio I 4:15-570 Matinee 5:Today's Children N: Platter Party Shopping Reporter S Herrington Trio 4:30-News Markets S Woman in White N Plotter Party S Gen 1 Minister:s Men Rhythm on tiNe Reng I 4:45-Dick Tracy A IMasquerado N News-Bob Trout IC' Adventure Parade M RhYthm 44 th Rorctit I 5:00-Terry and the Pirates ASong Shop S! Texas Rangers E 1 News-Hightower — S world Affairs S 5:15-Sky King A 'News iNews-Sports S I Superman m 1 Novertimo e 5:30-Jock Armstrong A I Showcase of Hits I 1 News-towrey S Captain Midnight m melody Parode e - 5:45-Daddy Ringtoil S News 1 frank Porker Show S Tom Mix m News Till Now C S Jork Corson-Show— 'Fulton fowls Jr 6:00-News Music S'Evening Melodies m Designed for Dining e 6:15-Brown Conducts : S News Sports I Jock Corson Show CNews-Randoll s News-Grayson S 630-Lone Ranger 1Your Life ot Stake N Dr Christian 1 Juan Madero Drama I The ton Ranger 6:45-The Lone Ranger A I News Roundup 5 Dr Christian C Juan Madero Drama M The loess Ranger I -- 1 — ---- 7:00-turn and Abner AlDuffy's Tavern 'Songs by Sinatra i Arm Choir Edition F 1 Jack Carson Show 7:15-Bobby Doyle A Duffy's Tavern N Songs by Sinatra C Serenade S Jack Carson Show C 730-Court of Missing Heirs IMr D A iDinah Shore Show I Crime Cases I Dr Christian 7:45-Court of Missing Heirs AlMr DA N Dinah Shore Show C!Special investigator (Dv Christian News C E1:00-Paul Whiteman 1Th Big Story 'The Whistler I Gabriel Heattor M :Seines by Sinatra 8:15-Paul Whiteman slitThe Big Story NiThe Whistler C' Reed Life Stories re 'Songs by Sinatra C 8:30-Beulah 'Kay Kyser Information Pleas 1Story Time I Diana Shore Shaer 8:45-Beulah A Kay Kyser N Information Please C Interlude: Parade S 01010 Shore Snow C 1 1 -9:00-Bing Crosby Supper Club N Mystery of the Week CSweet Swing S Before Their Time 915-Bing Crosby A Smile Program 3:Jack Smith Show CThe Headliners 5 Before Their Tim e 9:30-Henry Morgan Show !Great Gildersleeve !Invitation to Musk I ABC Roundup 'Music of mar:hoboes E 9:45-Henry Morgan Show A'Great Gildersleeve N Invitation to Music C1ABC Roundup T Texas Rangers E 10:00-Music I News-Hill SNews S News-Hopkins- s News-Reed $ 10:15-News and Sports S Dennis Day :CBS Talks 'Dance Orchestra i Dcsoce Moods I 10:30-Jenning's Orchestra (Dennis Day N Hillbilly Round Up IA Dote to Dance 3 Invitation to Musle 10:45-Jenning's Orchestra R Prison Broadcast 'Hillbilly Round Lip Music and News linvitation to Music C 11:00-News Don Kay's Orch Prison Broadcast 5 News) Hillbilly R'nd Lip!Clover Club 1New' and C 11:15-Don Kay' Orch R Sneaky Lawson NHillbilly Round Up S'Clover Club I Sign-Off 11:30-Jack Fines Orchestra S Three Suns NTo1:45-Hour of Worship) News IDance Orch News Normchm4y Cunningham C Lghom New N Request Roundup CiRoundup News S 12:00-Sign Oft Sign Oft 'Midnight Matinee liteauest Roundup Et NOTE: Programs formerly heard over Station K GKO are now heard over WBAP-WFAA — 570 IfCOL-1360 KWBC-970 KCNC-870 6 OS-Sunrise 'n Shine 8:30-News: Mueical Cetilere 630-SIgn On Cowbel! Carer" 8 00-Mr and Mrs Entertainment 7:30-Morning Meditations 7 09-Com hell ea pera Da S n Patrol 10 15-Trengure Chest It 45--nr MS of Sone 8 00-4-irnero 1 Stre 12 00-Recard Parade 9 45-Western Hermon" 9 Voi II Verietee ' I 30-Swing's the Thing - 1045-tasten Ladies: News 10 04)—NTeodr lial:rom 'Malls- for You 3 00-Cavalcade of Music II 45-Leighton Noble II 00-Cerh WI Belo NVnteel 4 00-Juke Box 12 45-Songs of 1qtat$4 12 0-Lucky vi:its! Dots Dashes 1 5 00-1exes Time I 45-Mond for Strings I 00 --N Aval Iteere Aril no tors lita 5 45-Tee Casper 2 45-Love Letters 2 Co-Riser oaks RTerople 6 00-Hillbilly Snorer Chits 3 45-concert Ssioni Neess 3 00-Po's-technic! ('on-ert Hone 0 Se Nees 8 10-Baseball iFort Worth-Shreveport) 4 00-Rhythm Parade 4 0oild r der ii) 15-Basebell Scoreboard 5-00-Melody Lane ft 00-!-tportii Holes St sindosrn t IO 35-Drearnland Serenade 6 00-News Sytnphone - 8 00-Rerard Review: Trio lime ll 30-Automatic Music 7:00-Matti Maineck 6 -15 - bleu Olf 4 - ' ' ''''' We Can Make Your -- -o- - -1 4 ' - r - 7 44sce or Home Up to 15° Cooler! i 1 ' ' - - - ohlit '- JOHNS-MAW111E ' "-- '- !!- !TN- - - e -- r-111 41i2: ‘ - Genu:ne Pock Wool - - -' al - ---- i - - - - i‘ n gi x 1r Ii- : INSULATION "IP 4' 4' t EN GR a : ' ' i i i' I '4 ' '' '' t 4 A if - 1 41 it E ) D 411jH t 0 11 V a I I ri i7 I Ed 0 0 ' 40 171 1' - jo - AL E - c E GUN N - P ET - a la ib — iziortom-st 110! ' 7: ID ----!- lot kj: OLT :- 'tt h 4 3 X"( 1 0 - i i : - - ' ' si:44- :- ' i- 4177t! f'':7' 1'- ' '-rr- '7 : 1: ' ' : '' 4-: - -'' ilIi-77-7"7W----it GINGE —1 Hc use G Passage Estate L BY SA Austin Staff AUSTIN NI state affairs c right recomm the real estate a measure per set minimum p - ices The committ approval of Ser creates a real e mission and in fee from $3 tc The board w ing procedure r secretary of sta The barber Representative Worth would Board of Bar conduct clectio jority of the t) fix minimum c proved by the voice vote The proved Tuesda Representative to create a st - - conciliatory ser putes Evans' bill vance notice of in working agrt require mediati sion of the Sta sion Man Hurt i And Truch Tom Daily Hawthorne recl juries late Tut his automobile collided four m Worth on Nort He was take ambulance to pital where a - had face cuts a and a possible Mil I Feat — l':31-3: LOUIS HAYWARC Return of LATE NE' MATINEE-20c ' 1-6--- di ----- Cim At is G ittri6 11 FE -ATI t'r---"- - -: rr---t'-' 0 li 711 I - tt( N IZ I - - FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM-7 Wed l!orn May 7 1941 IID II y 'a e e ts et 1: c Radio Progrtzms e-Serviee Merchandise ' Delicious With Fresh Strawberries t 1 ' - - i"" - - - -wool 3 i I An s7gasF cp"Los lc's IL ka- atas 1uzstass As aaRex A1- a a ELAue vaa s agawa Ai li Brauer ies - ael‘ tional technical accuracy and ease ' J-'47- --yrer-- 4 - '1--7: Century v hich plaees Aaron Burr early America's famous hostess T h e demonstrators rs usn pre- NIrs Fred ParkIt pr er program chochl and the security of intonation of - 41r" widow and her mother Daid N it t - - rfa:-0 '- - ' : ' and James Madison as roomers at and first lady whose story is told dominantly attractive young man- Mrs IkI B F Myers ra an instrument 4 VI rIFI I ! 1 4 e- ) the home of a young Quaker in "The Magnificent Doll" at the women dance instructors at chairman and Mrs Theo Cromer 1 M -- 4 h IF Eli eJ E t ? li4C7- - A 3i:- :0--:- - - : ib- - ' v Worth the studio snaked around in entertainment chairman Four pianists Mrs Jeffus Mrs F Parker Mrs C L McNair and - - kfalta '41-e--- cr( -::-141 41-7!-Y" NVritt b I en y rvin Stone front the building g the fron of uiing singing The chorus of 30 members is '----s- Mrs E M Rowser gave at two - ' t -4 screen play goes back to the days and punctuating their chant- directed by William J Marsh and pianos a rousing performance of --'------- - '4:-e-4--- --- ---' - fiF k- was on trial and in kith the rattling of mare- ja ce cf fou s 13 aTnhiee dp r obgyr a Q ' Zi neel 1 ua d e0dlisveevr riee4114 1716ede aeaesice ' - 'T--:-'01r7:' --- nch democrac ekns a half doYzen historial char- cags r 't 0 a4 --'4' Tschaikowsky's "Marche Slave" toct11 ' 2 - - ' - - ' - 4 1 acters for a plot that will bring a Suiting their chanting to eral spring-like numbers which -ye - 4 a - -- s-40- 11 -1 ---"-t---t- ------ -7---- generous amount of criticism from the rhythm the demonstra- were new to us such as "A Madri- gal in May" (Newton) and "The Jane's a Big Girl - m v — — i - 11 I 4-T " those who know American history tors sang: — -4 et - - 1 4 1 t i 4 i well Miss Rogers is charming as "Two-four -six - eight —Mr Skylark" (Barriby) tunes blithe I 1171 " 'axes uver $40401 - - 1 17-- - the political-minded socialite who Murray negotiate One-two- and merry 1360 ON - - - 1 I EARN cAsH oN Kx0L '4 r ' as a girl in Virginia was pledged three-kick—papa better sign There were arrangements of LOS ANGELES May 6 (M— YOUR DIAL & - f' to marry a man she had never quick" songs such as "Comes the Spring - - - -- ----40 - " She's a big girl now-21 years oldl' 4trat APEyr met (Debussy) and "Land of Light" to be precise—so Jane Withers' MONDAY ' ''' fli? The camera takes Dolly through (Strauss) and a skillful transcri '' -t rl- i k' erstwhile film juvenile Tuesday - BESTYETT 1 WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY - two unhappy years of marriage to eeting Hears tion by Gaines onfrom Handel called was granted control of her own ' tit ' afaao - ' a romance with "Nightingale Sg" in which TREASURE CHEST property valued at $4040185 t MIS AM A M 4-4 : l her first husband '3‘ Paul Morgan of the TCU music - A 11 -Vr- B i: Burr and her marriage to Madi- p' : ' gon at a slow pace which allows department played a flute obbliga- Superior Judge Harold 1 l '''''' ' too much time for scrutinizing the --a s-0' tate Medica The chorus closed with "Redbuds" by the actress' mother Mrs Ruth I t El ‘ - - : i'1 7:: tkv b h Withers and relieved her her t picture's attempt to record his- ki 2 to with delicacy and refinement rey approved a final accounting - L y Mars o - - - - -' - - -t ' tory ir estyett rotat 1 o t 11 I P S Al i e t' ' The group is well balanced In guardianship over Jane -- r t Miss Rogers wears her first pe- E - ' ' - : i nod costumes for the Doll's fern- parts and sings with clear un- A 444:a"- ociety Head forced tone and careful shading ' - '' Remember the Sloe-tan: "Their Flavor ll'ins Favor!" -1-:- -i ' -1- ous parties and pped by Li her 25 ensembles rs ' arelolly Dache hats Excellent musicianship was mani- Both she and Meredith have DALLAS May 6 (W)----The 13th fested by director and members -roma F al lace - : - - IllibadlitAlMihboamailèadOiddidt kraffigitiAtiiieafialtit-Womadlo000k ' iikoArhmktawawlitiLilleAllei Century epitomized its ideals in in the Debussy and Handel items p Au illa a t claim to Fort Worth She won a cathedrals and the 20th Century A pianist comparatively new to - l'z " i ' 1"414: ' Charleston contest here which 1- jrAe- "4 '-N t 1 440 "" St t took her to Hollywood and Mere- in much the same spirit and faith the eit3r is Anne Bryan Lindsay - P1Pr product of Nashville and Chi- !NOW SILIOWINIr We can actually give you magnificent new Buick engin performance in your 137 '3a ' '-- s'- )4 in medical centers Dr Claude C a - ti N s - e -- dith was stationed in Fort Worth cago who played the Liszt "Hun- N fp-: ----- '39 40 '41 or '42 BUICK Cody Jr president of the State Jeraticz: '-'- '- -'4 v 41 - A' '4-4-t-1----t1 during the war 511 t - garian Fantasy" with Mrs W I a - - - iiii ------------ Install a new factory built Buick itngine- ' Medical Association of Texas said -1"---'s- 311-- s 4 i 31e' irtricgt- performance for - - -- -ft '-- ----- ' "1 'f1"i'' - ''' HERE AND THERE Tuesday Browning at the orchestral piano 11111M las No irritating part-by-part rePtaemht 111114111r m- PHONE - run 6 les cheaper in the lon g -- " -' -4' tii:zakifiviult i Lindsay's technical equip- -- - 4 -- ----- 2-4 !- iv Lfr-'-- 1 BU1CkS --- The Gay 90s Revue announced Dr Cody gave the annual presi- Mrs - 4 —s Dolly Madison rial Auditorium has been can The cost is less than you expect- GINGER ROGERS for May 16 at Will Rogers Memo- dent's address to some 2000 Texas - -: FEATURE STARTS 12:15 2:08 4:00 5:55 7:50 9:45 -T r - - a Easy payments to suit any budget - A - doctors registered for the conven- n Vickery Pupils No over Loved "' 1937 -Wu' 942 31:417-i ' ' Come in and ask about it celed tion Mrs George Turner Ell With Wman E Moro ta Lose Discounts allowed garages The Palace will open Wednes- Paso president of the woman's GINGER ROGERS j) -:lk Hc use Group Asks day with Richard Dix in "The 13th auxiliary to t h e association Will AGNIFICEN Present Play - "MT - - f- i T 1-1 i Hour" co-starring Karen Morley brought greetings from the doc- "Little Red Riding Hood" will 4 ' s': i - I '- r I '' - 'fr 0-:- --111': DI a OTOR Passage of Real tors' wives be given by the R Vickery School DOLL" 3 Children Struck Dr Cody divided medical serv- ice Into two major phases: Scien first grade at 3 p m Wednesday in the auditorium for parents and Plus-PETE SMITH SPECIALTY BURGESS MEREDITH --- - eo: 1- - : -r -!'- -yi -a I - 1-1 C 0 - t a w 137" AND -- a A - - ' L4S-WE E T PHONE 2 — 6201 Estate License billiiniured by Autos tific medicine or the strictly tech nical phase and the distribution friends Miss Mary E Morrison a BY SA3I KINCH Three children were victims of of medical care The hospital and class teacher announced Children participating in the co FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM RADIO CLOCK o Austin Staff Correspondent tauto-pedestrian accidents Tuesday are Glenda Davis Joyce 1 the medical school are the pillars play 11113LI D1 PHONE MWOO -t AUSTI May 6—The House afternoon but none suffered se- a ' of the arch for the distribution of Brooks Judy Russell Dianna Hi!- 1! -- - - - 34242 BULLETI 1000 am—Relax to the mid-morning melodies offered for your enjoyment irs - medical care N l he said hard Edwin Knifong Tommy Continuous Show Starts at another program of "Organaires" with Frances Kay KF12! State affN airs committee Tuesday rious injur3' mecularold M Williams Fort B Booker Melissa Thomas Bobby 11:45 2:10 4:35 7:00 9:35 12:30 pm—Time to gather around and hear your favorite Western tunes as r Dr I right recommended passage of Thomas Jackson Jr 5 of 3979 No Reserved Seats - sung by "The Doughboys" WBAP-8:20 TONI th elzner '' unior J ' - ' e real estate licensing bill and Valentine suffered body bruises Worth was named assistant secre- "DUEL IN ' bert June Taylor Morris Jo Godwin - WEDNESDAY MORNING AND AFTERNOON PROGRAMS Tim Tal a measure permitting barbers to and face cuts when hit in front of tary of the association by the set minimum prices for their serv- his home Ile is at St Joseph's trustees He will assume his new Juanita Morris ' ' Eddie Hearne THE SUN" AM WBAP-WFAA-570 WBAPNIFAA-820 KRLD-1080 I KEIZ-1270 KWFT-620 hristine McKown - 1 C ' I - ices Hospital post July 1 taking over the job - Ronald Boba GREGORY PECK Sage Brush Serenade It Radio Revival S' Dawn Patrot The committee voted 10 to five Patsy Ann Adams 6 of 2612 formerly held by Dr R B An- P ' atricia Orr John Harold Paugh JENNIFER JONES Serenade: Devotional S Texas Roundup 1 Down Patrol s approval of Senate Bill 150 which Harwood was treated for a head derson of Fort Worth who died Deanna Sprayberry Jerry Kunkle - MATINEE-ALL SEATS 80c 6:00-Yown Patrol B form and 'loin 12 Texas Roundup S Rhythm Roundup E Syrtis on the Range i 1 J - SoNDAY 6:15-News Patrol Weather I News-Englo ws sSiCHNa rNi eSitgohrbory 3 A&Ait Conego 6:45-Stamps Quartet S Sheb Wooley 5 Southland Echoes snows 3 Rhythm Roundup & creates a real estate licensing coin- cut at City-County Hospital after several months ago ames McWilliams Michael Wil- NIGHTS liSU liams and James D Eller prices include tax 130 6:30-Sunshine Boys S lhe Farm editor 5 St Ne Farm Edition amps Quartet 1BM Cotiego Ogre N I - mission and increases the annual being struck near her home by Speakers at sectional meetings - fee from $3 to $10 an automobile Tuesday included Dr Harold C - -----a- -- — 7:00-Time and Tempo News Dr Canyon I News of too Wotel CH' Neighbor or i News e Ottrld IA) I Stomps Quarto C S The board would handle licens- John Henry Alderge 7 of 809 Jones Chicago Dr Thomas W NEWILIBETIT 7:15-Time and Tempo R Early Birds Oklahoma Roundup Ctii Neighb - 7:30-News-Engle 7:45-Fruit Express 5 Early Bir Birds ds an Sing S Early News- Vos RON b I Nowt Randall S ' Sing Americo El Vcsrieties T News-Chopm t Ranch House a a - ing procedure now handled by the Webb suffered minor bruises when Folbre San Antonio Dr T B aeir:0 - ' PA er- -A c PHONE I secretary of state's office hit by a car in the 800 block on Magath Rochester Minn Dr S Fort wows Gowns" Snow uolue 8:00-Breakfast Club Morning News 51Morning News' CI Ts Cospor Show I News—R c overt BogorPlea At st 241 - - - M P I 11' ana yr taeorge w cox state -f - TN health officer Austin 12ei - 1ii'l Now "- - The e convention will continue ' SNOWING' through Thursday it tJ MGM's t inttl HURRY! 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