Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1950 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11,1950 ALTON EVENING TELEOHAPM* i- , T( fltTMM Tonight'* Radio Program ^MS> avOjMMMpO) twMlS _' OOBMOJOMi_ _0j wwtjuy j». tte^jiatfij^ri asasg Rv •OwflMIMnDM NO? CHvOMNM ORRRO)IR OftJHU OlAti MaVlNi RXOR SMi WJW lift RFCO. SMi RMOL IUH «•» ISMi RWR. IM*| WORI tnS M* ate*. tt» WMNMMff f ale •tit f :4» ....— Oil Nawioma Flr« Fl**> i P. M. KSD— F. Sinatra O. Ktntas) KXOK— Lam Ranter. WuE-Myitery HMM. P. M. KBD— Sona Bhoo. KMUX-New* t WTL-Oparklen. _ KWK— Muile for Tomorrow. P. M. KBD— TM* <* Tou» Ufa. KFUO (FM 1 )— New*. KMOX— Mr cnemelooa. WIL— Hobbr Lobby. KWK— B-Sar-S Rantt. > P. M. KFUO (FM)-aporte. r ^atSStKbroat OiMmloo*a. KXOK— Sherlock Holmoa KPUO (FM)— Family Wonblp. KMOX— Or ChiKMan WIL— New*. J. Bennett KWK— International Attpatv P. M. KFUC—Radlo Traveloe. P. M. KBD— Break the SJank KXOK— My*tery |* M<r Hobby KFUO (FM)— Concert Hall. KMOX— You Bet Your Ufa. KWK-Oabrtel Heattor P. M. KWK— Qulx Club. P M KSD— Mt utit. Attorney KXOK— Ilit Con*. Rep. KTUO (FM)— NewiL ITU— New*. Concert Maetet.* KWK— Family Theater. P M. KFl'O iFMi -Pattern* **c aUlody P. M. KSD— Bl« Story. KXOK— Gregory Hood. WIL-Merlem Rhythm KWK— Prank Edward*. , _. •tU P. M. WIL— Stan of Snnjland. KWK—1 Love a Myrtory KFUO (FMl-New* KMOX—Lua* and Anne*. .WtL—New*. Hollywood. KWK—M*l*l*. ••4S P M. KFUO TW—Open Btble, i P. M. KSD—New*. KXOK—Franc* Lawt. KFUO (FMi-Maetere 1 KMOX—World New*. WtL—Bo. Arner. Way. WTL— Xavler C_u«at. IMS P. M. KSD— «*p*ei*lly for You. KXOK— Beaumui Muaie. KFITO IFMl— Now*. WIL-Here'. to Veto. 11:00 P. M. KaP— Now*. KWK— Dick BeUano. 11:U P. M. KSD— M.. Canon lido P M. KBD— New* max WIL— Mem. Baadwacoa, KWK— Henry Jerome. DELICIOUS AND DELIVERED CHICKEN IN THE BOX i French Fried Chicken Slew Hot Rolls .29 DELIVERED FREEI i <V«w Or/wans Sfy/*> FRENOK FRIED SHRIMP •••Mill SIMM FriMh Frltt JANE WEUNER OAKERY I OAFE MM STATIC ST. DIAL J-tTSt K«t>K tow* A count** Marfteej N*(wr New*. Weather, Charis* •leaker. WtW -Mew* Mutual data. KrUIV-Morntna Ca KM'tx-rarm TalM .__. KWK-CHarlta Aehttta*. *** Waathar. KFUO—farm SIM Nawa Market* ItniO-Matnatoo*. BMOX—WMM News. ~ Matt Chit KMOX— Newt. At Mlehl Mow. . M*VM1». KMOX— Weather end Moad IM*. Otsrk Varlttles. W1L-M i » ihow. A. M MD— New* Kryp-ChaMl Window KWK—M Wllaoa Show WCW—New*, KFUO—New* Salute t* Moralnft KMOX—World New*. Sill A. M. KXOK—Breaktaat Club. WCW-At Voui Service. KMOX—Clock Weteher. •40 A M KSD- -New* WCW-Giandoappy Jonee. ICTUO—New*. WIL-W.wi. M J B Show. KWK~N*w* U Wllaam. 1:41 A. M. KSD—Clevelandalre*. KTUO—Varletle*. KMOX-World Newe WOKZ—Wcitera RouMu*. S:00 A. M. KSD—Welcome TraraMfb. KXOK—True Story B Crocket. WKW-New*. Boc. 8*e'». kruo—Adventure* tn ralth. ICMOX-Quls. W1U—Bunihln* Berenadeta. KWK—Baadftand Metrue S:1S A. M. WEW—Vartetle* KTirO—HUHMH Bide of New*. rUtOX-AMfcui 0«dtre» WOKZ—Cliepel of the -Atr S:SB A M KBD-Marrlaa* fw Cw* KTUO—Student'* Devotion. WZW-Aik Father Lor*. WIL—Newi. R. n»ii-i«g. WOKZ—Muile for Tou. S:4S A. M. KSD-Doroth? DU. KXOK—Vic Llndlehr. ', WKW—Market*. KrUO—Theme* of tne Aflea. J0:00 A. M. KSD—W* Love and bean KXOK—Modem Romance* WKW—770 Record Club KrUO—Musir of the Matter*. KWK—Banditand Hevu*. WOKZ—New*. Platter Parade. 10:19 A. M. KSD—Garroway. 10:90 A M KSD Jack Ber-h Show. KXOK—Quick a* a riaih. KTUO—in the Women • Work*, KMOX—Grand Slam. WIL—New*. Myr'l. WOKZ—Girl About Town. 10:48 A. M. KSD—David Harum. WEW-Bteln * Grelner. KFUO—Serenade. KMOX—Rosemary WOKZ—Song Fett. 11:00 A M KBD New. Weather. KXOK—Ladle* Be Seated. , KFUO—Open Bible. WIW-i-Bhopper* BulleUa KMOX—New* Wendy Warren. WIL—M J B Show KWK—Tom Daltay. WOKZ—New*. Frankle Carl*. 11:15 A. M. KSD—Dean Martin. KFUO—New.. KMOX—Aunt Jenny • Storiea. WOKZ—Four KnlfhU. 11:10 A M KSD-fluw David «kvW. KXOK—Forest Park Lunch. WEW—Juit for Women. KFUO—Memoir*. KMOX—Romano of Helen Trent WIL—New*. M. i. B. KWK—Recall It and Win. WOKZ—Muilcal Entree*. U:4» A M. KXOK—BcramblM QllSV WEW—Market*. KFUO—Melody La»*- KMOX—Our Gal Sunday. ISM Noon KBD—New* KXOK—Howdy NeiiaMt*. KFUO—Mlnutt Matttrwork* KMOX-War Id New* WOKZ—N*w*. Farm and Market* 11:1* P.M. KSD—J. Holt'* Notebook. WEW—Orandpappy Jena*. KFUO—Matinee. KMOX—M* Perklna, KWK—Now* WOKZ—Foy Willing. 13:30 P. M. KSD—New*. KMOX Voung Or MalOM. KWK—New*. WOKZ—Bargain Counter. U:4> P. M. KSD—Bong*. KFUO—On tn* Farm Front KMOX—Bit aurtet KWK—Or Crane WOKZ—Baton Serenede. RCA VICTOR'S Larffl 10-inch Screen Priced at only $199.95 KSD-TV PROGRAM CHANNEL S , Jan. 11 4:19 Judy Splinter* (NBC) 4:30 Howdy Dood.v (NBC) SlOO Cactu* Jim INBC) S:90 Charlie Ackernm Show. 6:49 I.N.S. Telenew*. •KW Kukla. Fran and Ollie puppet ihow (NBC). <:30 Showroom: Roberta Qulnlan •tarred (NBC). •:4S New* Caravan <NBC). 7:00 Run Severln Show. 7:10 Film. 7:30 The Clock (NBC) S:00 Televldon Theater (NBC) 1:00 Break the Bank: Bert Park*. quizmaiter (NBC) BiM Arthur Oodlrey and HI* Friend* (CBS). 10:30 to 11:00 Tnl* U Show •uclnaw (CBS). THURSDAY, JAN. 11 3:30 T*it Pattern. Tranicrlbed Mu*io and New* Tap*. 1:49 Juit Mak* It Mutic: erln. Rue* Sev- COMPLETE RCA VICTOR UNB Cash ar Credit BILL'S radio shop !• East Farguaan A»a. WOOD RIVER, lUJNOlR Dial 4-1141 All work guaranteed FUTOHf- by TMAIHEO IXPUTS Bring in Your Tutea /or r*EB TKSTI HOWARD I WELLS AprilMM Mart 107 - Ill W. 4TH STRUT PHONI 2-2423 AlalMi fwWOs' ie AMtttMtmi Meat KM»a--Mt«n« Mr* Burtaa. WlL-Telto-Tert. Wf RAOK-Bttd* * WtW . Marts*. - fh* «» ew*. Meted* UM. KM>tX- WlL— N *•" £j£«™ '•••fiV<i» WiH4 WIW—ArtMOur- KWK—<NI« Club WOKS—ftecerd ah--. m I:W f». M. KSD—Llfe C*« fa Beautiful . I:U . CUM. OuaHUaiM aswm KMox-muto* Mawa» KWK- Hollywood U. •. A. WOKE— Blue Barreei. f M Ktu-PMMt 'UO-4*M*tMa> Mam IOX— David Harum f M Kafr-fleM M UfK __ •rUO-MMM. MMaSMBV •*• —JC—Hannibal C«bb. cw—at L. u. i*rie*. KfttO—Newt KMOX-HouM Party. WlHN«wt. Melodic*. KWK-to Wllion Snow WOKX—Gntptl Revival Maur. Ml Mi feat » M- KBI>- »oune WMdet Brow* KTUO—Left ueem t»MM. KMOX—tttarti In Ustinov. WIL—Msrry Jam**. tilt f M USD -Wh»n • dirt MarrlS*. WtW—N*w*. Novelalrre*. KfUO^aeni Bhep KMOX-CUM Ka» Newa, WIL— t. BMIMU She*. KWH-Nrwi en Wti«on WOKZ-Thl* U IM Stary. 4il> f M KSD fnrli* Piecu Ufa, WCW—Orandpappy Jone*. KTUO—Children'* Album. WOKK—New*, aport*. CM P. M. KBD—Juit Plain Bill W*W—apart* Review. MFDO-Open »jtblt KMnK .Hntnewlver fro. LeefUe. WIL—New*, J. Bennett. WOKZ—SunMt Serenede. 44* P M R8D—front P*B* farrell. Upper Alton Baud With Mrs. Ixtveleas The Girl Scout Board, Milton area, m«t Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Loveless, 3414 Oakwood, with seven of the 12 members present, and discussed ways to interest new leaders. Today, Thursday and Friday leaders are attending a training course at the YWCA from 10 to 3 each day. Plans were -also made for the troop committee and 'the Board to combine their meetings on Feb. 7 in Milton school. At that time the board will meet at 10:30; the troop committee at 1:30 and all will be together for a covered dish luncheon at noon. The board also announces that Mrs. Kit Hammet of American Camping Association will be here in March to conduct a two to four day course in camping and Mrs. Robert Parish of the national Girl Scout staff will be here in February. Both dates will be announced later. To Install Thursday Mrs. Joseph Flippo, Mrs. John Miller and Mrs. Ralph Scheffel, officers of the Missionary Society of Brown Street Baptist Church will be installed at a meeting to be held Thursday at 1:30 in the church. All were re-elected from last year. Names will be drawn for Friendship Sisters and Mrs. Roy Lyons and Mrs. Lynn Cochran will be hostesses. Combined Methodist Meeting The congregations of Main Street Methodist and Grace Methodist will hold a combined meeting Thursday night when the Rev. Dr. N. K. Ross of the Methodist Mission Board will be in Alton, to speak at the Main street church. Dr. Ross was for 37 years a missionary in India. Special Meeting Thursday Upper Alton Kite Unit will meet at 7:30 Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Melvin Wilson, 3712 Western, for the purpose of hearing the lesson on salads. The lesson Was to have been presented at the December meeting by Mrs. Wilson. Illness prevented. R. V. Stahl Seriously III R. V. Stahl, 3202 Col|ege, is seriously ill in Alton Memorial Hospital where he was taken after sustaining a paralytic stroke Tuesday while at his store in Fosterburg. He was brought to Alton about 5 p. m. by a son, Alvin, who was with him at the store. This is the second stroke which Mr. Stahl has suffered in the last month. Mesaiah Men Meet The Men's Club of Messiah Lutheran Church will meet at 7 p. m. Thursday in the chapel hall. There will be a business meeting, election of officers and adoption of a program for 1950. There will be an educational feature and a fellowship hour. Bockstruck PTA The monthly meeting of Parent-Teacher Association of Bockstruck school will be held Friday night unless the weather Is prohibitive as it was last Friday, the regular meeting date. A program has not been planned; the evening will be given over entirely to tht business meeting. At Churches Tonight Prayer services at the Edwards Street Assembly of God were dismissed today so that members could attend the state-wide convention of ministers that is being held for three days this week at the Wood River Church. Tonight's and tomorrow night's services will also be dismissed. The Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Kofahl are entertaining In their home during the convention, the Rev. F. H. Tolliver of Macomb. Other delegate! to the convention are being entertained In the homes of Chester Walker, George Harris, Mrs. Lulu Temple, Leo Foster and Lester Layton. Main Street Baptist folk will study the division of Canaan tonight. Another of the Faith serlts will be approached tonight at Main Street Methodist Church when the topic will be "Our Faith in the Bible." A Sunday school workers' conference will fellow the service. First Kings will be reviewed by the Rev. La Rue Jensen at the Upper Alton Baptist Church. Lay leaders will be In charge of the service at Hlllcrest Church of The Nazarene tonight In the absence of the Rav. William B. Kelly. Mr. Kelly, treasurer of Illinois District Sundsy school board, ia in Kansas City attending s meeting of leaders at the Naxarene Pub. llshlng House. He will return'Fri- day. "Healing of the Paralytic, Borne of Four" is the topic of the Rev. Homer Foster at the Free Methodist Church. Services at Brown Street Baptist will be conducted by lay leaders. Warren Axley will lead the devotions with Obert Warren presiding. The pastor, the Rev. A. C. Annette, will, return Friday from Mason City, la., where he has been for a week while speaking at the twenty-third anniversary service* of Radio Chapel, the Interdenominational mid-west evangelistic center. The Rev. J. C. Martin will speak tonight at Calvary Baptist on "The Lord's Supper." The seventh lesson tn a series of 12 that comprise a correspondence course from Moody Bible Institute, will be the study of Jameson Baptist members. Midweek vesper services that are being held, beginning with Advent through Lent, will be held tonight. The sermon topic is "I Fear No Foe." The Family Bible Hour will follow and registration will be made for Holy Communion. Transferred to Iowa Robert H. Fleming and his family who have been living at 3424 California have gone to Burlington, la., where Mr. Fleming has been transferred. Their household goods left Alton Tuesday. Mr. Fleming has been in Alton as electrical engineer with Illinois Power Co. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Daniel of East Alton, owner and former occupants of the California street residence, will return, neighbors said today. Progress Night Friday Friday will be observed as progress night at Jameson Baptist Church. Members will congregate at 6:30 for a spaghetti supper-fellowship type. Later, at an Informal get-together, the past achievements will be reviewed and plans will be made for the future. Born to Mr. and Mr*. Fishman A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fishman of Decatur this morning, according to a message that came to Mr. Fishman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fishman, 2626 Judson. .The babe is the second child and weighed seven and one-half pounds. The other child, Marilyn, 3, It In Alton staying with her grandparents. Dissolve Partnerahlp The partnership that was started in September by Marlon Jouett and Everett Wilkins at the Upper Alton Bowling alleys, has been dissolved. Mr. Jouett became the sole owner this week and will continue operating both the alleys and the lunch counter. Youth Party Youth of Brown Street Baptist Church were entertained in the recreation room at the church last night with Mrs. Don Pruiett, Mr. and Mrs. John Browning and Mrs. A. G. Annette serving as sponsors. There were games in the early evening and before serving of refreshments, there was a hymn sing with Mrs. Annette at the piano. Note* Mrs. Elizabeth Harte of Winfield, Mo., has come to Alton to spend the remainder of the winter with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harte, 1203 Milton road. J. D. Harris, 1914 Washington, an employe of Fleming-Kilgo Const. Co., left yesterday for Hllls- boro. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Restemayer of Cavalier, N. D., are in Alton making an extended stay at the home of Mrs. Restamayer's mother, Mrs. Veneita Hasemeler, 3636 Berkeley. Mrs. Hasemeier is in Chicago spending a couple of weeks. Lt. William Green was moved to Western Military Academy Infirmary yesterday noon from St. Joseph's Hospital, where he underwent surgery Saturday. Four year old Gary Halford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Halford, 1903 Park, Is improving at Memorial Hospital where he has been 111 a week with pneumonia. He will probably be taken home the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Fritz, 3430 California, entertained with a family dinner last evening in honor of Mr. Frits' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frits of Bethalto, who are spending the winter in Alton. Two Carlinville Banks Elect Both Change Sires of Boards CARLTNVILLE, Jan. 11. (Special)— Earl P. Fanning \v*» «1«ct«d president of the Carlinville Farnv era and Merchants National Bunt at the annual meeting of the boar* of directors Tuesday morning. He succeed,* the late Dr. T. P. Denby. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the bank preceded the organization meeting. The board of director* was decreased from seven to six members. The late Dr. Denby had made the seventh member. The other directors re-elected are V. Earl Starr as chairman of the board; Stanley H. Wilson, E. R. Phelps, Don Burke Denby, William H. Heine and Earl P. Fanning. At the organization meeting, Don Burke Denby was elected cashier to succeed Mr. Fanning who had held that position prior to his advancement. Mary Mayfield, Joseph Cerar and Mrs. J. Howard Gage were elected assistant cashiers. Mrs. Gage Is the new assistant cashier, replacing Don Burke Denby. The stockholders of the Carlinville National Bank Tuesday afternoon increased Its board of directors from seven to eight members. The following were elected: Charles H. Ashworth, Harvey Bloome, Jean H. Landon, Gustav H. Mueller, Ira McCollom, T. K. Rinaker and Theodore J. Surman. The hoard re-elected the following officer*: T. K. Rinaker, chairman; Ira McCollom, president and trust officer; Walter H. Dey, vice president; Gustav H. Mueller, vice president; Charles H. Ashworth, cashier and assistant trust officer; Laurence E. Sims, assistant cashier. College Avenue Presbyterian €hurch Holds Annual Session Macoupin Fox Hunt Thursday CARUNViLLE, .Tan. 11. (Special) — The Macoupin County Fox Hunters Club will sponsor .a fox hunt Thursday starting from Rural Church at 9 a, m. The hunt was previously scheduled for Honey Point town halt. Joseph A. Lcvora Of Edwardaville Dies KDWARDSVITXE, Jan. 11 (Special)—Joseph A. Levora, 78, a retired coal miner, died of a heart ailment at 3 p. m. Tuesday at his residence, 123 West Park. He was born Feb. 28, 1871, In St. Louis, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levora. Surviving are three brothers and two sisters, William W., and John M. and Anton (Tony) Levora, Mrs. Barbara Rosslple, and Mrs, Josephine Soehlke, all of Edwards- vllle. The body Is at Straube funeral home where funeral services are to be conducted Friday morning at 8:30, followed by requiem mass at 9 in St. Boniface Church to be read by the pastor, the Rev. Father E. J. Eckhard. Burial will be In the church cemetery. Edwardsvitle Car Stolen EDWARDSVILLE, Jan. 11 (Special)—Gilbert Bergschneider, Edwardsville, Route 4, reported to police at 6:45 p. m. Tuesday that his automobile, parked during the day on a parking lot at the rear of Ballweg's drug store In the 100 block of North Main, bad been stolen between 8 a, m. and 5 p. m. The machine, a 1940 model Plymouth coupe, carried 1949 Illinois license No. 1-869-336. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Students Protest Talk by Communist NORMAN, Okla., Jan. 11—«P) Angry University of Oklahoma students shouted their protest last night as they burned a 15-foot cross outside the building In which the Communist party chairman of Oklahoma spoke. The group demonstrated against Allan Shaw's address, which was made at Hillel House, just off the campus, and sponsored by the Civil Rights Committee. Glenn Wilson, reporter for the Oklahoma City Dally Oklahoman, said three persons attacked him after he left the house to telephone the story to his paper. But he broke away and was not injured. Amid shouts of "dirty Communist" and "come out before we burn the house down," Shaw told his audience of 40 persons: "This is a symbol of the very thing I've been discussing. It's mass hysteria, closed minds. Happening on a university campus it is an ominous sign. This is where ideas should be discussed with open minds. The Civil Right! Committee, sponsor of the talk, is composed of students but is not an official school organization. The house, owned by Hillel Foundation, a Jewish religious organization was rented to the committee. Norman police arrived on the but took no action. The annual congregational meet- Ing of College Avenue Presbyter- Ian Church, founded In 1837, was held last evening at 7:15 following a fellowship supper In the Sawyer Room. The pastor, the Rev. Francis Henderson acted ai moderator and Douglas Getty, clerk of the session, was elected clerk of the meeting. Reports ahowed the church to be making a steady growth that is more marked in tome departments than in others. The church school is one of the fastest growing groups and 132 were taken into the church thus bringing the membership to 760. The present pastor came to the church Oct. 15, 1948. Reports showed that tuck-pointing on the school portion of the building had been completed. The sanctuary, Sawyer room and other parts of the Interior have been redecorated and $1300 borrowed from the Woman's Organisation to apply on the purchase of a parsonage In 1948 had been repaid. Operating this year on a budget STATI -TONITE- of «l» major ttwit In the allotting Of MOW) fof , either repairs of * flaw, MfttUii plant at nvtds dfetat*. son and clarence Mauaatus wert elected to the board of cMtnt Wallace Buchanan, Oeotft Plaeh. er, Elvis Fltshugh, Frank Hoat> land and Roy Car-others to tha board of trurte**; MM M. M, Jennings, Mrs. Edward Black, Mrs. Fred Mann and Mrs. Roy Gunter to the board of desconi; Ray A. Gibson superintendent of church school; Earl Schaefer, as* distant superintendent; Harold Kemmerer, Every Member Can* vass chairman; Miss Laura Baker, church treasurer; Slgmund ReW, Mrs. Ross Mllford and Mrs. Ben Byford, music committee. In watering potted plants, IM sure that the water Is tepid. This prevents shock to the plant and stimulates growth. Shown ai S:30 — AND — TONIGHT LAST TIMES A tall steel structure building with a well-grounded metal roof, like many of our akyicraperi, Is a lightning rod in itself. Such a building i* (truck frequenttly by lightning, but the occupants usually are unaware of It except for a loud thunder clap. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS Shown at 8:20 P.M. Only KATHRYN ORAVSON and , JOSE ITURBI in "THAT MIDNIBHT KISS" Shown at 7:00—9:55 P.M. RICHARD TRAVIS In "SKY LINER" THURSDAY FRIDAY • SATURDAY Shown at 8:30 P.M. Only t MOM! UUM HOI REEVES EUIOT VALENTINE DirKM »? WHIMS) C. THOMAS PLUS SECOND FEATURE Shown at 7:00—10:00 F kDVENTVRB IN OV STKANCB DANK t Shown it 7:00 10:00 - fLUS — LATE NEWS THURSDAY ONLY. IM E. FarfiiSM • Woe* Rlvar * TONIGHT * FRED MacMURRAY . MAUREEN O'HARA IN "FATHER WAS A PULLRACK" Shown 1:80 Only. * * AND * * ROCHIUE HUDSON CESAR ROMERO IRUCECAIOT IN "SHOW THUS Shown 7:20 Only. LAST TIMES TONIGHT PAULETTE OODDAKD "ANNA LUOASTA" x Shown at 7:00—10:19. DOROTHY LAMOUR "MANHANDLED" Shown at 8:42. Houae of Hit.! THURSDAY ONLY mm! — AND — ROBERT ROCKWELL HANNE AXMAN IN "THE RED MENACE" -PLUS- TWO SHORTS tcOHf ITIM fAM HAWT !0r IAMO STAIS •Nfe MM ffHIOH RNDS TONITE! PAULETTE if BRODERICK OODDARD . CRAWFORD "ANNA LUCASTA" a:to • Rlotou* Comedy • "HENRY THE RAINMAKER" i:oa — ia:oa THURSDAY * DENNIS O'KEEFE * * GAIL RUSSELL * if RUTH WARRICK * it Ch.rlotf. GREENWOOD if "THE GREAT DAN PATCH" * lirry SULLIVAN * * Marjoria REYNOLDS * "BADMEN OF TOMBSTONE" LAST TIME TONIGHT "TASK FOKCr-9:11 PLL8 "THAT MIDNIGHT KISS" 7:15. THURS—FRI.—SAT. Jack CARSON—Dori* DAY "MY DREAM IS YOURS" Shown at •:!•. T«rry Moore—Ben Johnion "MI8HTY JOE YOUNO" Shown at 7:4«. SELECTED SHORTO OPEN 1»!45—«« TILL • TODAY I THURS. OPEN 11:45—Me TUX • PRINCESS TODAY t THURS. Iraw Raility! KTBUWR»-JaJfTta« aNGBAUMSMT Shawn OPEN •:!§. WILD E Y NOW! ENDS OAT. "NOT WANTED'* "HOLIDAY IN HAVANA" NOW! T . H /r u OPEN a»N. WOODRIVER THE BRAVE

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