Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on June 14, 1946 · 5
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Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas · 5

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Friday, June 14, 1946
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I ND CLUB AcTrirrms Miss Adelaide Jones bride-elect of Dr H B Griffin was honored Thursday at a spinster dinner at the Fort Worth Club by Mmes Thomas H Law and Charles W Wray Lavender dahlias and yellow and white garden flowers centered the table where places were laid for 16 guests Dr and Mrs J J Andujar honored the engaged couple at a sailing party Thursday '- Mrs E J Ward the former Miss Vivian Nelson was honored at a shower Wednesday by Mmes John Ward and Zack Hurt at the Claris Stovall tearoom A chest of liver and shower of miscellaneous gifts were presented to the honoree Refreshments were served to 35 guests - Miss Frances Ann Taylor daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Taylor 5037 Bryce has returned after graduating at Christian College Columbia Mo and will remain here until fall when she will enter Duke University in Durham N C She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa honorary society - Mrs D E Chipps and Miss Eunice Valentine had a shower Monday at the home of Mrs Coy Morrison 2501 Marigold for Miss Glynn Samples who will be married Saturday to Mr Raymond J Carlson The bride elect is the daughter of Mrs Rose Samples 1210 5th Ave and Mr Carlson is the son of Mr and Mrs Edward Carlson Burleson Road The couple will be married in First Methodist Church chvel An ice course Nas served to 50 guests from a table laid with cut-work and centered by gardenias Gifts were presented by Judy May and Betty Bradley Misses Norma Jean Sweet Betty Charles Hammack and Peggy Jo Stevens honored Miss Peggy Atm Carter bride-elect of Mr Claude P Scott at a miscellaneous shower recently at the Sweet home 2708 Travis A pink and white color scheme was used in decorations Refreshments were served to 25 guests - Mrs C T Galloway 4101 Pershing complimented Miss June Knepper bride-elect of Mr B W Garrison Jr at a kitchen shower Thursday Guests were Misses Charlotte Garrison Patti Dean Grace Garrison Joan Sline Lucy Jean Garrison Mary Lou Galloway and Corinne Garrison Mmes Jack Garrison Charles Tate Reub R Berry George Neef John P Sline L B Benton F G Garrison Roy Knepper H T Dean Fred J Ward Walter Clarke W O Jones B W Garrison and Roy Knepper Jr Miss Martha Tolbert and Mr William S McClung will be married July 2 with Miss George Isbell maid of honor Misses Betty Jane Roberts Mary Frances Roberts Yvonne Ghent of Waco and Margaret Met of Lubbock as bridesmaids Miss Tolbert is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Bryant Tolbert 2709 Ave B Mr McClung is the son of Mr and Mrs R E McClung 3004 Ate C Mrs Percy Client and Miss Ghent announced the engagement at a tea at their home in Waco recently Miss Jacqueline Biggers daughter of Mr and Mrs M W Biggers of Navasota N as married June 1 to Mr Clifton Craig son of Mrs Eunice Mock of Dallas at the home of Rev George Norris A reception was at the home of the bride's sister Mrs AV D Dedman 2738 Merrimac Attendants were Miss Ann Stevenson and Mr John Biggers The couple will live here Mr and Mrs Hardy D Tad lock honored Miss Toy Louise Tad lock and Mr Arthur Pulliam who will be married Friday at a rehearsal dinner Thursday at the Tad lock home in Avondale A miniature bridal party garlands of fern pink and white roses and pink candles decorated the table where places were laid for 40 guests The bride-elect presented gold pins to her attendants Miss Jean Drury assisted by her mother Mrs Goldman Drury complimented Miss Jean Brewer bride-elect of Capt Edmond S Maxon Jr Thursday at a kitchen shower at the home of Mr and Mrs William Carnes 723 Pafford Summer flowers centered the lace laid table which was appoint 4 r MPI - --L-- Mrs Billy Bob Jenkins who was Miss Lavenia Van Vleek before her marriage May 13 She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs O L Van Vleck 3224 Childress where the young couple live ed with silver Seventeen guests attended Mrs Newton P Perkins recently had a shower at her home in Weatherford for Miss Betty Bonham bride-elect of Mr James J Davidson Mrs Clifton B Morgan assisted her sister in serving refreshments to 30 guests Miss Bonham and Mr Davidson will be married June 14 at Rosen Heights Baptist Church Mrs a P Newberry 801 Country Club Road has been named district chairman for the Smith College 75th anniversary fund of which Mrs Dwight W Morrow of Englewood N J is honorary chairman Fund headquarters is in New York Mrs Newberry was graduated at Smith College in 1922 She is in Northampton this week for a fund conference and the 68th commencement at the college She will be away three w eeks sir Roy Robertson Jr entertained 20 members of his Sunday school class at a ranch supper Wednesday at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Roy Robertson 1021 Elizabeth Blvd Red checked cloths covered the table and places were marked by red and blue bandanas Guild Asks for Contract With Oil Workers' Union The term "labor-management" assumed a new meaning in Fort Worth Thursday because the Newspaper Guild Local 171 was negotiating a new working contract with another union the Oil Workers International The contract in question would cover three editorial employes of the union's publication the International Oil Worker The three are Harvey O'Conner editor:-Miss Nancy Karsteter and Mrs Mabel M Wier research director 1 The guild asked O A Knight ! president of OW111 for pay increase for one employe 40-hourI five-day week annual three-week paid vacation after year's employment and one week after six months sick-leave pay severance pay of three weeks salary for each year service at the highest weekly rate received and time and half pay for overtime Negotiations have not been completed Calvert Backs Jester DALLAS June 13 ()—Robert W Calvert of Hillsboro former speaker of the Texas House of Representatives and regarded earlier as a potential candidate for governor said here Thursday night Beauford II Jester is his choice for the office iEBOWIE B L V D DRIVE 0 711777 11107177 :7 Tonite tri - - - OPEN AIR THEATRE 74 0 th4 'MILDRED PIERCE' JOAN CRAWFORD JACK CARSON Also—MERRIE MELODY CARTOON 1 6 T SAMMIE'S DINE ti DANCE (Formerly The Playhouse) Featuring TED DAFFAN AND HIS TEXANS Nationally Famous String Band Every Friday and Saturday Corn Out to th String Bond Lovers Night Spot 2400 EAST BELKNAP $110 Per Person SKY LINER Supper Club COMFORTABLY AIR CONDITIONED Offers you finer ntertainmnt food amidst luxurious surroundings with honest efficient service by trained waitresses Our goal is to give to Fort Worth the Finest in Night Club Entertainment at Reasonable Prices DINNERS—COMPLETE I Your Favorite Maestro Chicken Dinner $190 olio' Dinner 5175 Thick Tenderloin Steak Smothered in Mushrooms $175 Soft Drinks I5c Soda—Small 35c Large 75c AU Beers CPA Ceiling Ice 40c Per Bucket Ginger Ale—Smoll 40c Large 80c Week Night Si 20 In Tax Person Saturday SI 80 Person 2238 JACKSBORO HIGHWAY Tommy Thompson and the SKYLINERS Always a Big Show —Featuring— DON PAYNE M C and the Best Acts Available -::- PHONE 6-7244 'Delegates to Fellowship epart g Depart Approximately 200 delegates were returning home Thursday from an annual meeting of the Westminster Fellowship Synod of Texas which ended at Hemphill Presbyterian Church with the election of Charles Morris of Fort Worth as moderator Other officers elected were John Friauf Pampa vice moderator Helen Bigham Waxahachie stated clerk Alice Ruth Cocker Tulia permanent clerk and Elizabeth Rue of Fort Davis Cleon Wallace of Paradise La Elizabeth Mason of San Antonio and Houston Hodges Littlefield commissioners The youth group resolved to fulfill the four commission areas of faith in life stewardship Christian fellowship and Christian outreach and voted to raise 10 per cent of the total benevolence gifts in the synod for the ensuing year in addition to supporting the church's $27000000 restoration fund Bev Don Harris spoke in a closing service James Shiflett of Dallas retiring vice moderator reported on each of the work groups WHAT'S DOING Businessmen's big gifts committee TCU building fund report meeting noon Texas Fort Worth Elks Lodge flag day service 8 p m Elks Club Gold Star Mothers flag day program 8p n Texas Kiwanis Week" North Fort Worth Kiwanis Club 12:15 p tn Berl E Godfrey speaker First Methodist Church Polytechnic P o s t American Legion 8 p m 32021i E Rosedale To Ask Murder Bills SAN FRANCISCO June 13 (i1)) U S Attorney Frank J Ilennessyl said Thursday he will ask the federal grand jury next Wednesday for murder indictments against three Alcatraz convicts who are surviving participants in the island prison riot last May 24 Two guards and three convicts died and 15 guards were wounded in the attempted break from "the rock" in San Francisco Bay HALTOM Air Conditioned Telephone 2-0058 4 P M—TODAY AND TOMORROW "MAN POWER" Edward G Robinson Marlene Dietrich George Raft "LOST TRAIL" Johnny Mack Brown Raymond Hatton Chap No 2 "King of the Forest Rangers" News and Cartoon I lz Presitntso ken Mc Garrity and His Den Orchestra Luncheon Music Dinner and Dancing Daily Except Sunday RESERVATIONS 2-3151 nmmoommolommora RODE WESTERN ARENA 3900 SOUTH PECAN "Wildest Stock on Earth" EVERY SAT & SUN 8 P M F GellbESC Itx sTAVAt ams eet41°1°C)C1T3416:1E'st - No IC e&ON" as PRESIDENT— Byron Lillie credit manager of R E Cox & Company has been elected president of the Retail Merchants Association of Texas Couple's Vacation Cu! Short After Home Is Flooded Mr and Mrs Ralph G Camp-I bell had "anything but a joyous homecoming" Thursday when they came back from a two-week vacation trip to find their home at 2012 W Hawthorne almost waterlogged Neighbors Sunday discovered that a garden hose had been pushed down the mail chute and the home flooded Juvenile authorities and city officers have begun an extensive investigation! "Things are in a mess" said Mrs Campbell "We certainly the thoughtfulness of our neighbors who sent our rugs and draperies to the cleaners and tried to make the house at least livablel tor us" The family heard of the flood-lug when Campbell phoned his office here Tuesday from Albuquerque N M They came home: immediately cutting short a tripl they had planned to Colorado I "It's a shame that anyone would do a thing like this" said Mrs Campbell "All we ask is that the: person wito did it be caught and properly punished" o! Iv" 'Err THEATER a m m mAt 3033 HEMPHILL I: aka Li 3 0-3-3-HIM PHILL 6 30 P M "Song of Old Wyoming" Eddie Dean isnnifor Host 'Tokyo Ros" Byron Bort Lotus Long "THE FRIENDLY GHOSTS' Today A Tomorrow! BIG DOUBLE THRILL BILL! --Unit No I— Gene Autry—Smiley Burnett In "UNDER FIESTA STARS" --I'lli t No 2----- MAIN! "RIVER GANG" 2 4 with Gloria Jean John Qualen rine Selected Color Cartoon—Serial "Secret Agent X9" No 5 Late World News DANCE WOODS MOORE and His Orchsstra Howard Green Vocalist TONITE "Slacks" Nilo $100 Person Saturday Nits $125 Person All Prices Tax Incl NORTH SIDE COLISEUM BALLROOM - - ------ - 121 East Exchang LTA I kV10 le" alai Sydney Greenstreet fifiTillICC Geraldine Peter Fitzgerald Lorre "THREE STRANGEIT) 2 -2 BIG HITS! WESTERN THRILLS IN C I WESTI:ITIN' 'COLORI "Song of Old Wyoming' with EDDIE DEAN LOOK! BOYS & GIRLS! Fun it Free Ice Cream at Our PI3 SHOW SAT 10:30 A M 3 Cartoons—Serial-2 Features Nommmmommosommn&gur i00000tr77"- cl? " cAkSsSINI "ItcciPk" '1Rou WARHER Emlir : LATEST MARCH OF TIME "TOMORROW'S MEXICO" Nssw:nrascatc5wrwimarmadvirmulmommorminno 1 11011! iiii I 'Gilda' Hayworth Gives Her Dizzy Best in Worth Movie There never was a girl like "Gilda" but Rita Hayworth puts up a good argument for a dizzy dame in the trwmpartpp- ': Worth theater's - week-end pic- I011" ture by t h e same name The produc- - 000 isitt - lion has won- 'Øf'' derful atmos- 't-'s43 -4- pher e excel- Jr lent photogra- phy and a corn- "'- petent cast but '' -r::'$- t h e involved "'-AA-4-0- t -':: iv I -!-- :igr t1:o r- and rather z?4 : 4:1 pointless story : c!fN:" never seems to - i-:::: 4- reach any real ' :' 4- iiAfiVultlif climax Alan Ladd and Ilumphrey Bogart had better watch out atter the amazingly good performance Glenn Ford turns in as a tough guy He is a gambler who makes his own luck with loaded dice He teams up with a casino owner fere? 0 Lot bq recitivicotog oulpoolt itottol lid stSt OVID ASCIVilit th Vittillitit ILO PA 4010 ls- -4t 1 - Oe ILL Howe ct avorites Brian 4 ARKWAY Bing Crosby Bob Hope Dorothy Lamour "ROAD TO UTOPIA" Special — March of Time "LIFE WITH BABY" Twill Mok Your Heart Singt MaM VA RS MAYA Better Than "This Maltese Falcon" SYDNEY GREENSTREET Peter Lorre — C Fitzgerald "The Three Strangers" Extra Surprise Show-8:30 18 LOAM' I El "CINDERELLA JONES" Joan Leslie—Robt Aida SUN -"ADVENTURE' ATE WA Starts Today Open 5:30 Maria Montez—Robt Paige Plus! Color Popoy Cartoon ALM tWa E Hurry! LAST DAY! "CINDERELLA JONES 91 Joan Leslie—Robt Aida IN THE SADDLE" HIVERLOAK Starts Today Open 5:30 Maria Montez — Robt Paige "T-A41-6-11-E-11" Also—DONALD DUCK CARTOON NOW SHOWING! ImaJezmin al didn't think I'd be true to a ntassagain as long as I tired11 likeGeorge Macready in Buenos Aires puts Macready married Miss Hay-dizzy worth who is still in love with rms:Ford even though he had jilted ---Itier in a past romance She throws hersell relentlessly at Ford in a series of filmy negligees and 4 $ bare-shouldered evening gowns 'designed to break down almost : any man's resistance 2) T he captivating Miss Hayworth It 0:0- !turns in what is perhaps her best performance as the reckless 0 'Gilda—E W I !Traffic Engineer Asked !I Donald S Berry of Chicago who arrived here Thursday to survey Fort Worth's traffic problems has recommended the city employ a full-time traffic engineer Plan to employ a traffic engineer has been under study by the council for several months TODAY! 'a) -49D' 16)fr'InfiA14 TOM AND JERRY COLOR CARTOON COMM TIMM moils Rita HAYWORTH acitc6 Glenn FORD CEORGE MACREADT JOSEPH CALLEIA Screen) lay by bloom Poisoning Produced by Otrecied b Y VIRGINIA VAN OPP CHARLES V10011 IWORTH11 Midland Baptists Give College Funct$50000 MARSHALL June 13 (SO) Dr D Bruce president of East Texas Baptist College announced during ground-breaking ceremonies for the new women's dormitory at the college Thursday that W F and Carra Scarborough prominent Texas Bap TODAY ONLY! Two Exciting Hits! Tbe EAST SIDE KIDS b V lost otetsofffr To er0 A aot go$t'llitavte FEATURE NO 2 A a t: Liivimm-isErrIFITricnriimtuniliveri77114TITITopniq!inncl7q77-7771m5TrewFkfirola tomzzmarr 0 ligalgt(WAIN FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM-5 Fri Morning June 14 1948 iffieteAEtt Th 'k MP I 1 ho meactacds Next Sunday Is Father's DAY tists of Midland had donated S50- 000 toward the construction of a memorial chapel and music hall at ErrBc FIRST FLOOR F 1408 MAIN ZANE GREYS "Wanderer of Wasteland" --also— ROBERT MONTGOMERY tw They Were Expendable' COLOR CARTOON—NEWS 2206 AZLE AVE 'SONG OF THE PRAIRIE' KEN CURTIS "GIRL ON THE SPOT" JESS BARKER LOIS COLLIER 608 Sylvania "DON'T FENCE ME IN" Roy Rogers "1AIIIIARI- COAST" Edward G Robinson Joel McCrea Chap 6 ''Socret Agent X9'' 41 4 1M ' - I 1A01 USI E Nl i 1438 NORTH MAIN t' PEDRO ARMENDARIZ "Jalisco Nunca Piedre" Jorgat Velez El Chof &Wk ilk Give CARGO on Father's Day There's a "Cargo of Joy" in every jug of CARGO Nlen's Toiletries! Masculine as a fox hunt the perfect gift for Dad Fathers Day gift sets $3 to $6 Single items $150 plus tax and his BIG TWO HOUR HOLLYWOOD LAFF SHOW 641S 6740'l R7iV Ca flaWl MeVS SKINNAY INNS cc OACII Don't Miss It! One Performance Only! At the Farrington Stadium Monday Night June 17 8:15 TICKETS NOW ON SALE Ticket Booth Lobby of the Texas Hotel Phone 3-1410 Prices 60c S I30s $260 S325 S390 ONCLUDING STATE AND FEDERAL TAXES' 410 2 M -m 45—Radio - Stage - Screen Stars45 I I ETH MAIN MEN OAR lz nea Piedre" El Chof ion I 1 J LI 31 44 ! t A " A4 j 1 I 2 1 M "A to 1 1 1 Day A 1 I - -A A li 1 a 4 i j t l' :I ' ' ' I: - : kJ I F a "4-10"sor moor ° 14° 01 V -344' - 11011! i Nir r : (4 - A: 3 4 : t ::: f"r I IN ro 0 0 gay I A 1 ‘1: : : :ii::::i4 : 1 If GelEttof sTARC s ?' :i '5 IP and his :- : A ct ARE' Its - :: BIG TWO HOUR IT V "E1- 04E I i ' ' eC14j 7°C-''''''-''' '''' s' ' ' ' ' ' ' - '''''''' -C""' ! 1: - s ‘1 - - - ' s : A icie: - --- HOLLYWOOD -X : - icA k 4--Adb)V N l'-44e 7 --Yt :- - - 1 -3::"? Akt: li P - e ir 0 LAFF SHOW s tA -) c k llt‘b9 641S 6407 Ral pli 44- - Ass :4 "' ' ''' s ' c 5454 :tt' jks :-7:440 1-4)!7:e'i IltD 6 - - IV 12 COMM MIMS molts 7111 ' CaleftOV tAte61S 24k Slitt tta A Pt 41-A 4y 4 - 411 A71' SKNNAY INNS cc OACII woos t ' : 7? Eg '-----:t o n 11t'' tv::c 4 0 nita IlAYIV0111111 to t4t: A I ir : 1-- eE444---4t- 1' - Nk'tritkrc 40 I -214'-::P5 - A l' 4 1 JAVIC 't' 1 u '''-' :F::!4W'::'::e ej ' as '- :AsLA 4 :- :-7'''''g:7: 1 -p-7Atov:-- 1 '130 : " --)teceez 45—Radio - Stage - Screen Stars45 bs A4-- '-''-"L--0:' : 1 : I) 0 e ot f 4i p: s - : : Don't Miss It! One Performance Only! - 4ii: with ' dik Jek146 W -?:::''' 1t-: ': --"-:'- ''---:'''' - 0 3 the Farrington t At n Stadiunis -- Glenn FORD f ' U ' -' 3 rHE CAkSSS1 56 Ah 4 '01 IStV WARH Ell LATEST MARCH OF TIME - --- :: LATEST MEX1-1:0641116 1 v w r- liolltyw 0 0 D I 1 a L Á ! ! iP - t 31 i - e I CEORGE MACREADI JOSEPH CALLEIA eentlay by klanon Pat:sonnet Produced by Otrecied by alwIIIRCINIA VAN OPP CHARLES VIDOR 111:11111111H11 31oliday Night June 17 8:15 Scr TICKETS NOW ON SALE Ticket Booth Lobby of the Texas Hotel Phone 3-1410 Prices 60c SI30 S260 S325 S390 ONCLUDING STATE AND FEDERAL 1AAES4 1 t 0 I ArN 0 7- -A z ilda Hayworth Gives Her FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM-5 Fri Morning June 14 1948 It 1 Delegates o i -- Midland Baptists Give 1 tists of Midland had donated S50- 1 " t — Dizzy Best in Worth Movie 1000 toward the construction of a !memorial chapel and music hall i Fellowship 4:' " College Fund $50000 lat ErrBc 1 '-'4P"'44 'A 1 1 IF1l -:) e ' - - - i 0' i - t eefingrrepart There never was a girl likeGeorge Macready in Buenos Aires ilda but Rita Hayworth puts Macready married Miss Hay- MARSHALL June 13 (Sp1)---- - up a good argument for a din vorth who is still in love with! Dr II D Bruce president of 1111DIEMI : I 1111 bVtND CLUB Acirrirrms N I Miss Adelaide Jones bride-elect of Dr H B Griffin was honored Thursday at a spinster dinner at thp Fnrt Wnrth Club by Mmes ( - -ow III Were Approximately returning """losmitow-21 home 1 - °:-- 7 :lame in the me Thursday week-end :Ift from an annual meeting of the — ''3- i !IA estminster Fellowship Synod ! '- of Texas Which ended at Hemp- It: bill Presbyterian Church with the Plii5 Ford even though he had jilted'East Texas Baptist College an- : Worth theater's ' - -- --"1-141-ier in a past romance She throw-slnounced during ground-breaking iture by tPhice- 'same name 54 0 "a herself orefleiflitlimesyslynaetgliFgoereda inanad 4144 - :1 ' 1408 MAIN ZANE GREY S ceremonies for the new women's "Wanderer of Wasteland" dormitory at the college Thurs- -44111 - --- bare-shouldered evening gowns day that W F and Carra Scar- The produc- — 000 i- designed to break down almost e 07- tion has on any man's resistance borough prominent Texas Bap x- --coso— ROBERT MONTGOMERY in "They Were Expenda' COLOR CARTOON—NEWble S 1 eletvfyll ntrinrse :AF AAA 'k 'Mc anrttivYntireT Alice Tin-urrst-th frATTRTriartio--- Irt 3-71 f -K W IF I a Hayworth puts Macready married Miss hay-! MARSHALL June 13 (SO)— ' ment for a dizzy worth who is still in love with! Dr H D Bruce president of 111-111JIWIMARIII11 — : Ford even though he had jilted' East Texas Baptist College an : t 408 MAIN ' I - i her in a past romance She throwsl flounced during ground-breaking ZANE GREYS - herself relentlessly at Ford in a ceremonies for the new women's -4-16 "Wanderer of Wasteland" - -:' f filmy series of negligees any tam --coso— d dormitory at the college Thurs- ROBERT MONOMER 41 --"'" bare-shouldered evening gowns day that W F and Carra Scar- f' 461000''- borough prominent Texas Bap- They Were Expendable' iNEWIL1BERT-0) AIVALiElEi - :- 0 i(1 designed to break down almost of-:' '' any man's resistance The captivating Miss Hayworth or'' turns in what is perhaps her best N 1 performance as the reckless ' ton worth Gmet0 Shen Vokm '' ' ''' '''' Gilda—E W TODAY ONLY! ?1 i to f I' n 1 ti - COLOR CARTOON—NEWS 1 Y 2206 AZLE AVE -- 44 'SONG OF THE PRAIRIE' "'-)4a ::':?: "li --3s ! 4fr KEN CURTIS -7c4770'1 Two Exciting Hits! 11 ! Traffic Engineer Asked "GIRL ON THE SPOT" 141 C!4 V ! Donald S Berry of Chicago Ille EAST SIDE KIDS b JESS BARKER LOIS COLLIER ':0' " '-''-44' 'i 1 who arrived here Thursday to ' 4: 1 — i s u r ve v Fort Worth's traffic nroh- N II 10A s 1 17N771113111--- is a gambler who makes A' ai IJESta ZW Chop 6 ' Sou& Aglint X9 luck with loaded dice TODAY' up with a casino owner IMMO 1-ZIM-11-11 ti tAlpkgritt mik 11(s Pk - ‘tt Air-v h INIE frrnm) otrz (trim I11R NORTH MAIN k4i' 4 I larggic 111M ur arr 1 tux ulL3 "1"9 17I1 ' I ji cl 1737TA r e nTin D mouj3 4 I) Jorge Velez El Chaf loos lculifil I 1 v 114c4kit m Yk"- ' “ Jalisco Nunes Piedre" -A etgi ee ( no y Wo s Anne 11111A 1411'6"" Piella" i PAIIIIKWAYA Howe and k I lireaih sr !ff'1-1i:1-t:L1:3'-11 : f Bing Crosby Bob Hope !!L'L:i:li111i2Lip:i1-2tL:r-111::A:ii901-----z771 d- - - le ayoritts Of Hem isners --A 1 Dorothy Lamour iJ7-c—- ''''''-:'A Ca 477 I "ROAD TO UTOPIA" ''lli 1 -- ri I Special — March of Time "LIFE WITH BABY" 4 ' 1 ' 4:le r 1 LI i - - t i k VAII11116111a-Yi ' '2--31-- 4" 1 1 ' lit : 1 44 - S i Next Sunday Is Father's oneacciam's Better Than "The Maltese Falcon" 'T I'DNEY GREENSTREET Alt4(113 ' ' : ' k ' ' '11 ?Eli k 1 Peter Lorre — G Fitzgerald ' r: A ti4tit "The Three Strangers" ' '''' ' : Extra Surprise Show-8:30 c - ft P 1 il S4 111111 A tr 1 : : : b 1 iI- A:et 1 Irz 1 1 8 LO 10 '-Pt'' 1 MA 11E1 ----:- 1-:tt - - ( zi :-4-- 1 Twill Mok Your Heart Singl Nt--- 4 4N-1Vq: A- "CINDERELLA JONES! Th 1 ' '- 16 ''''"4 4411 :7 Joan Leslie—Robt Aida ' ''k TIZ'siii' t' 4041 ' t'' 11!"3Y1-ir l1I' ! 4 -' 1 r t-t a!at 44: 1 SUN —"ADVENTURE' i 11 to 3 qu CATIEWA I t --I t jg i g ! I 0 ' -4k 11!: T oday Open 5:30 's le !:' (g il'ir4 Starts A Maria Montez—Robt Paige t vi i !:t-- '' ' '''''ll) j)1Iktl':'' M 4 ko ‘is 411' le ' --L--- 3 -1 A4 '''''''':?1! "T-A-N-G-I-E-R" -- -- - - - T4'''' -I 1 Plus! Color Popity Cartoon 211s Inglid a tWa E R P 1)000Etri ' - Hurry! LAST DAY! - A :°7 1 "CINDERELLA JONES" L- 1--ci Give CARGO on Father's Day LEQNIERRO r iii A Joan Leslie—Robt Aida 1 -----SATURDAY - MM NM kl "TALL IN THE SADDLE" ''' - - ' -Sr'' c : H 01 -HIVERLOAKS JOE HIRKWINHAll There's a "Cargo of Joy" in ao SOF FALCON 1 --' - - '' ' '' 4 : every jug of CARGO Men's e Starts Today Open 5:30 ELYSE KNOX A011110E 1 A Maria Montez — Robt Paige -- t Toiletries! Masculine as a i "T-A-N-G-I-E-R" fox hunt the perfect gift for Dad --- Also-DONALD DUCK CARTOON Fathers Day gift sets 3 i ii ' li 1 1 2- $3 to $6 1 ft- liLSeleg 060opoog rt---4 - ! Single items $150 plus tax At 4 i '- m T OVID 0 111111" I : ctzn ei trov-- ii t ii : z! FIRST FLOOR ' 1st stSt vitit Vi ‘ I 0 1 AO 4 - 71-- ! --""6"'is-s L 1 ' ' ‘ 1:R 15 1NIP ::-4 'iv-- I Zrarricht kr tr t LitaXitrMInrslirag76711771-rairtifirliglirlialnilllMillr117:7777'1F7Frgowirom Itomzzrzsra - loellytellEA 4 ---::::: - 1 Brian DONLEITTSonny TUFTS - 1 P 0 5 '-:1 7 4'-' 1 - -'- -- - ''''I1‘ti' '2 - ' - Illibifillaticiasy Ila nter ' a011e f -----4 1 :--L Toile Tully Henri O'Neill g doeletA7811& '-'4053044-::-:: "-- ' - - kt0'- NOW SHOWING! -- TOM AND JERRY 1111A16110311r1 le I COLOR CARTOON e1 r-- 1--in 1 1 A- 1 11 11 rir di lb V II (1 s : I EVERY SAT & SUN 1 11 LOOK! BOYS & GIRLS! -M P AEI Ilt Mt II Fun it Free Ice Cream at Our nsfi)' (10 SHOW SAT 10:30 A M didn't iblek I'd be true We i 3 Cartoons—Serial-2 Features il ‘111F 401 111111EMOSNIMINIMMEIENI&INIPF ntassatallas long as tired" : trarV Ay u A A‘" a A I ME5H-95 um!! 111E VS ntw it II 1:-Tt1:1 0

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