The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, May 28, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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Everybody loves flowers
and everybody loves to
receive them. Choose
flowers as the perfect
gift . . . choose them
from us . . . always fresh
ly cut, fragrantly lovely.
The phone number to re
member is 158.
LILLIE'S
FLOWER SHOP
819 Winchester Street
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Roseburg Saturday
JUNE 4
Circus Grounds
West on Garden Valley Road
WORLD'S GREATEST
WILD ANIMAL SHOW
ALL NEW THIS YEAR
WITH MYRIADS OF EVER APPEALING
FEATURES FROM EVERY LAND. HEADED
BY THE DAZZLING SCREEN AND CIRCUS STAR
CLYDE BEATTY.
IN
RSON
IN THE MOST DANGEROUS. SUICIDAL
BLOOD-CURDLING WILD ANIMAL DISPLAY
EVER CONCEIVED AND PERFORMED BY MAN
Startling New Array of Hippotfroma Sensttiom
HARRIETT
BEATTY
WORLD'S MOST OARING
LADY ANIMAL TRAINER
DEFYING TWO DEADLY
ENEMIES OF THE JUNGLE
GORGEOUS
BEAUTIFUL
AERIAL
BALLET
AMERICA'S FOREMOST RIDERS IN AN
EXHIBITION Unparalleled and Unforgettable
featuring DOKOTnY HERBERT
DARING AND SPECTACULAR RIDER OF
REARING AND HIGH-JUMPING HORSES
30 I THE MAN
fwamroluds fdomRAMRAV
CLOWNS ON THF ' K!.TJn,tS Anor
JOHNNY CLINE AND HIS FAMED
LIBERTY HORSE ACTS
WHOLE HERD PERFORMING ELEPHANTS
THE
THE GREAT
LaFORMS
SPECTACULAR HIGH
TRAPEZE THRILLERS
THOMMENS
SENSATIONAL
HIGH-PERCH STARS
PRINCESS MVS ETTA
B R E AT H.T A K I N fl IFRin ctid
THE SENSATION OF TWO CONTINENTS
3f f SpanglelanrJ Stars and Performers
W J Herd of Eleohanls - 125 Hapim an
iPonies Huge Menaqerie tilled with Wild Jungle
Beasts 8ig Double-Sideshow, 27 Tent I
IUOI WUHUfcHS MftHVELS 1001
GIGANTIC RAILROAD SHOW
Tickets on Salt Show Day at
Roy's
213 N. Jackson
THE
SHAUMAR ROOM
Now Featuring
THE VERSATILE
GENE MIEGS TRIO
playing the
Vibraphone with Piano, Guitar and Bass
Accompaniment
For Your Dancing and Listening
Pleasure.
Last Times This Weekend
GORDON CLARK
Feoturing Daily Special Merchants Lunch
And Steak or Chicken Dinners
"The Ultimate in Food and Refreshment"
ot the Smart New Air-Conditioned
SHALIMAR ROOM
122 S. Stephens
The V4et of Th
Rosaburaj Ntws-Rvlw
KRNR
REMAINING HOURS TODAY
4:00 DAV Program.
4:1 Frank Hemingway.
4:30 Baptist Church.
4: 45 Music.
5:00 Hawaii Calls.
5:;iO Sing (or Your Supper.
6:00 Church of the Naxaren.
6:15 Music.
6:30 Sports Page.
6:35 Music.
6:40 Local News.
6:45 Marine Band.
7:00 Take a Number.
7:30 Meet the Press.
8:00 Happy Valley Cowboys,
8:30 Sylvan Levin.
9:00 News.
9:15 Dink Templeton.
9:30 Wrestling Parade.
10:30 Dance Orchestra.
11:00 Dance Orchestra.
11:30 Sign Off.
SUNDAY. MAY 29, 194
8:00 Back to God Hour.
8:30 Voice of Prophecy.
9:00 Radio Bible Class.
9:30 Lutheran Hour.
10:00 News.
10:15 Organ Concert
10:30 Music.
10:45 Moments of Devotion.
PIANOS
Baldwin, Wurlltxw
Gulbranien
Ott's Piano D.pl.
Corner of Cass and JaekMn
. Phon. 1119 J
Soon You Will Need a
NEW ROOF
Let The
COEN SUPPLY COMPANY
Give You An Estimate
Everything For
Phone 121
BASEBALL GAME
I
DANCE
To The Music Of The
Eagles' Fun Makers
An All Eagle Band
Saturday -May 28
9:30 P. M. to !:30 A. M.
EAGLES BALLROOM
EAGLES AND THEIR GUESTS
Sponsored By
Eagles Drill Team
MBS
1490
On Your Dial
00 Christian Church Services.
00 Music.
15 Sunday Favorites,
30 Canary Chorus.
45 National News.
00 House of Mystery.
:30 True Detective Mysteries.
:00 Ray Bloch Presents.
:30 Quick as a Flash.
:00 Roy Houers Show.
:30 Nick Carter.
-"-"ng in Rhythm.
: IS Music
...J . a... . Theater.
:00 Mediation Board.
:30 Music of the Masters.
:00 Secret Missions.
:30 Life Begins at Horn.
:IW Mayor of the Town.
:25 Johnny Desmond.
:30 Can You Top This?
:00 Twenty Questions.
:30 Walter Winchell.
:45 Louella Parsons.
100 News.
:15 Band Concert.
:30 American Legion Auxiliary.
:45 Church of the Open Bible.
;0 Old r - ' iop-i Pevival Hour.
:00 Sign Off. Ji
MONDAY, tfiW 30, 1949
6:45 Music.
7:00 News.
7:15 Breakfast Gang.
7:45 Local News.
7:50 Music.
8:00 News.
8; 05 Music.
8:15 Victor H. Lindlahr.
8:30 Indianapolis Speedway Classic.
8:45 Wally's Coffee Time.
9:00 Modern Home.
9:15 Book of Bargains.
9:30 Indianapolis Speedway Classio.
9:45 Easy Aces.
10:00 News.
10:15 Gospel Singers.
10:30 Melody Matinee. '
The Builder
Flood & Mill Sts.
Memorial Day
May 30, 2 P. M.
Roseburg Umpqua Chiefs
vs.
Medford
Exhibition Qame
ADMISSION
Children 30c
Adults 74c
Tax Included
llyy
awell noted'
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Tonight's "Meet the Press" session at 7:30 will originate from
Washington, D. C, and will feature a press conference on the air
with Secretary of Agriculture Charles F. Brannan, whose plans
for farmers' federal subsidies have been the subject of much debate
In Congress.
SUNDAY PROGRAM NOTES: "Casey, Crimo Photog
rapher" visits "Quick as a Flash" at 2:30; "The Case of the
Kidnaped Corpse" titles the "Nick Carter" detective-drama
at 3:30 starring Lon Clark and Charlotte Manson; John
Charles Thomas will be starred and Esther Williams will be
the hostess when "Family Theater" presents the story
"The Man 'With the Plow" at 4:30; Fay Bainter, famous
stage and screen actress will be the guest of the week on
"Twenty Questions" at 8, and Walter Winohell and Harriet
Parsons follow in the 8:30 to 9 p. m. time period.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Mutual-Don Lee Broad
casting System exclusively will broadcast the description of the
Annual Memorial Day 500-Mile Indianapolis Speedway Motor Clas
sic. Seven broadcasting crews, headed by Bill Slater and Gene Kelly,
have been assigned to cover the event. The series of broadcasts
on this Memorial Day event will begin at 8:30 a. m. Monday fol
lowed by more detailed descriptions at 9:30 a. m., 10:45 a. m. and
again at 12:30 p. m. The addition of one more broadcasting crew
than last year, when six were used, has been prompted by the
greatly Increased speeds of the cars entered. One each of these
crews will be located at the Speedway Pagoda, the Starting Tower,
the Pits, the Backstretch and Victory Lane, while two have been
assigned to the sweeping turns.
MONDAY: "A Matter of Doubt" titles Monday's "Let George
Do It" episode at 8 when a' mother's fear for her son's life,
and the boy's unshakable desire to protect his mother, serve
to complicate this latest case. At 10, "The Mysterious Trav
elor" discovers a fantastic lost colony of western pioneers
and explorers sealed for over a hundred years in a dark
cave when he goes "Behind the Locked Door." Happy
holiday!
10:4! Indianapolis Speedway Classic.
11:00 Ladies First.
11:30 Queen for a Day,
12:00 Music at Noon.
12:15 Sports Page.
12:25 Music. ,
12:;i0 Indianapolis Speedway Classic.
12:45 Local News.
12:50 National News.
1:00 Music.
1:15 Music.
1:30 Say It With Music.
1:45 Music.
2:00 Against th- Storm.
2:30 It s Requested.
3:00 Johnson Family.
3:15 Music.
. 3:30 Showtime.
3:45 Local Loan Show.
4:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr.
4:15 Frank Hemingway.
4:30 Passing Parade.
4:45 News.
5:00 Music.
3:15 VFW Memorial Program.
):30 Captain Midnight.
j: 45 Tom Mix.
::00 Sewing Machine Center.
1:15 Mutual Newsreel.
;:30 Sports Page.
J:35 Music.
i:40 Local News.
1:45 Three-Quarter Time.
d:55 Bill Henry.
:0O-Music.
7:15 Sammy Kaye Showroom.
7:30The Cisco Kid.
8:00 Let George Do It
8:30 You Name It.
8:45 Bob Eberle Show.
9:00 News,
9:15 Hi Neighbor.
9:30 Scandinavian Melody Tlmt.
9:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.
10:00 Mysterious Traveler.
10:30 Rhythm Rendezvous.
11:00 Campus Salute.
11:30 Sign Off.
TUESDAY, MAY 31, 194B
6:00 Sunrise Serenade.
6:15 News.
6:20 Music.
6:30 Yawn Patrol.
6;40 County Agent.
6;55 Music.
7:00 News.
7:15 Breakfast Gang.
7:45 Local News.
7:50 Beehive.
7:55 Music.
8:00 News.
8:05 Music.
8:15 Victor H. Lindlahr.
8:30 Wallv's Coffee Tim.
8:45 Haven of Rest.
9:15 Modern Home.
9:30 Man About Town.
9:40 Music.
9:50 Shopper' Guide.
10:00 News.
10:15 Music.
10:30 Say It With Music.
10:45 Easy Aces.
11:00 Ladies First
11:30 Queen for a Day.
12:00 Gardening Today.
12:15 Sports Page.
12:25 Music.
12:40 Local News.
12:45 National News.
12:55 Market Reporls.
1:00 Man on the Street
1:15 Florist Show.
1:30 MuBic.
1:45 Charlie Splvak.
2:00 Against the Storm.
2:30 It's Hequested.
3:00 Johnson Family. ,
3:15 School Program.
3:30 Good News Program.
3:45 Local Loan Show.
4:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr.
4:15 Frank Hemingway.
4:30 Passing Parade,
4:45 News.
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S .00 Straight Arrow.,
5:30 Captain Midnight.
5:45 Tom Mix.
6:00 Gabriel Heatier.
6:15 Mutual Newsreel.
6:30 Sports Page.
6:35 Music.
6:40 Local News.
6:45 Three-Quarter Time.
6:55 Bill Henry.
7:00 Sportscast.
7:15 Music You Remember.
7:30 Favorite Story.
8:00 Bob Pole.
8:30 Jovin Jamboree.
9:00 News.
9:15 News.
9:30 Music.
9:45 Fulton Lewis, Jr.
10:00 John Steele. Adventurer.
10:30 Rhythm Rendezvous.
:iw uance Orchestra.
;30 Sign Off.
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INDIANAPOLIS
500-MILE RACE
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BROADCAST
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TUNE IN
Monday, May 30, Station KRNR
Starting at 8:30 A M., PST
Here you are, folku listening high light of the
year! The exciting broadcast of the 33rd run
ning of this speedway classic.
Hear the minute-by-minute story of the
grueling 500-mile race the inside story of
the men behind the cars, the expert mochanics.
The broadcast is dedicated to your Doctor
of Motors, that friendly repairman in your
nearby garage.
SPONSORED Y
Orchard Auto Parts Company
123 North Rosa Street
Witts ttis Co-oprotlon of ttsa Manulactursri
ot PERFECT CIRCLt PISTON RINGS
Shotgun Newest
Clue In Attack
On Victor Reuther
DETROIT, May 31.-(.P The
shotgun used in an attempt on
the life of Victor Reuther, auto
union official, has provided the
newest clue in police efforts to
track down his assailant.
The gun was found at Reuth
er's home Tuesday night under
the window through which the
double-barreled blast was fired.
The shot cost Reuther his right
eye.
The weapon was flown in a
special slate police plane to
Chicopee Falls, Mass., for study
by its manufacturers, the Stevens
Arms Co.
Jack Harvill, chief of Detroit
Now Playing
at
"THE
VETS"
BRUCE GILLEY
and his new 7-pieca band every
Friday and Saturday night.
Vets and Their Guests
Welcome!
Merchants Lunch 1:00 'til 2:00
Dinners 5:00 'til 1:00
Open Dally From 12 Noon
Until 2:30 A. M.
Closed Tuesdays
THE VETS
115 VV. Washington
ROSEBURG
2 Days Only
Wed., June 1
Thurs., June 2
1 Block West of Junior
High School on Washington
Bring Your Kodaks, Cameras
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T w MENAGERIE
BELGIAN BOB u,9,
hone, llanding 19', handi tall. Wclohl
2740 Ibi.
LLAMAp.d animal from South America
LONE STAR wo,idMq,5i
ALSO World's smallest mule, fiva. legged
cow, tabu, kyloe. caracul sheep, wild yak
bison. Brahma bull, many others.
E.Ira ATTRACTION!
Prof. Joseph Cogoiio
and his Trained Monkeys
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Sat., May 28, 1949 The
detectives, Bald that telephone
conversations with Stevens offi
cials established that the gun
was one of only 2,000 of that
model manufactured just last
r trill urti y.
Police said they were hope
fill COmnanV rlwtl'ihllllnn tntYir.
malion may lead them to learn
wm-if me gun was sold.
While police studied the thin
clues to the shooting, Reuther
remained under medical care in
a hospital.
Dr, E. W. Carter
Chiropodist Foot Specialist
125) N. Jackson
Phone 1170
Over Rexall Drug Store
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