Fairbanks Daily News-Miner from Fairbanks, Alaska on May 25, 1933 · Page 7
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Fairbanks Daily News-Miner from Fairbanks, Alaska · Page 7

Fairbanks, Alaska
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Thursday, May 25, 1933
Page 7
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DAILY NEWS-MINER FAIRBANKS, ALASKA, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1933. SCREEN LIFE PAGE SE : VE!r HOLLYWOOD TO FAIRBANKS And tonight folks, it's THE BIRD OP PARADISE. As a stage play, it was perhaps one of the best known ever produced. It played in about every big cit.7 in America and abroad. when seen thru vulgar eyes . . if you look for art you'll find art and if you seek to misunderstand, you can find that, too, anywheres in life, not only in pictures. You'll hear Hawaiian music ' . the REAL Hawaiian music . . enchanting . . sort of makes you want to go places . . gives you an overdose of spring fever, if you already haven't got it . . You'll see romance . . the tender and appealing - kind . . giving you more spring fever . . And if you MUST have action, time. We need tk> mingle more and become better sportsmen. Give us a chance. Here's Hoping, A High School Kid. Old papers on sale at the News- Miner office. NOTICE TO CREDITORS .,,.,_ , ^nci ii you MUST nave act And when it came to filming this „, .. , , , , ,. • a you'll fmd plenty of that, too. tale tnere was but one location suitable . . the pathetic romance l Stan ' ed in this P roducti °^ ai- of Luana, a child of nature, who falls hopelessly in love with a white man, and as helplessly sacrifices her love, required a setting in sympathy with the sublime character of her heroism . . and where else could one find that setting but in Dreamy Hawaii . . And it was in Hawaii that this DOLORES DEL RIO AND JOEL McCrea. A splendid supporting cast Includes such favorites as '.'Skeets" Gallagher, Bert Roach (drunk again), John Haliday and Creighton Chaney . . besides, of course, about five hundred Hawaiians. Being this is ,a Hawaiian picture picture was filmed. The camera you'll find very few ukeleles in the work was in charge of Clyde De Vinna, the chap who was up here with Van Dyke photographing THE ESKIMO. DeVinna admitted to me that he felt BIRD OF PARADISE was one of the finest, things lie had ever done. Here are a few of the interesting things he told me about Hawaii. until then, When Captain Gook, an English- Toodle-Doo. man, discovered the Islands, he and • his white sailors were worshipped Tne EMPRESS. as gods. But when one of the sailors received an accidental"cut, ajid the natives saw that he bled like any human being, the whole ship's company was massacred! - The word "Aloha" means "hello" as well as "goodbye" . . to say nothing of "love" . . and when drinking, "Here's How." Hawaii when correctly pronounced, sounds something like "Have I Ye." There are only twelve letters In the Hawaiian alphabet . . . A, E, H, I, K, L, M, N, O, P, U, W. Although the islands are tropical and have considerable jungle growth there are no dangerous wild animals and no snakes at all. picture. How Come? For the same reason that even tho we are in Alaska you'll • find more snow shoes in Hollywood than you'll find in Fail-banks. shows tonight . . and they happen at the usual 7:15 & 9 o'clock. I'll be seeing you then, and Notice is hereby given that the -ndersigned has;, by the United otates Commissioner's Court for Fairbanks 'Recording District Territory of Alaska, been appointed of the Estate of ROBERT Deceased. All persons ,,, --- claims against said estate should present them, accompanied y £ rci i er v °uchers, within six months from the date of this notice, to the undersigned, at the Lavery & Bailey store, Fairbanks, Alaska, which is hereby designated as the place where the principal business of said estate is to be transacted. FAST SAFE Airplane Service to all parts of Alaska In comfortable heated cabin planes For rates and information call the A. T. OFFICE MARSHIA BACON LAVERY FAIRBANKS or VIC ROSS BASES AT and NOME LARGEST DON. Communication Fairbanks, Alaska May 23, 1633. To the Citizens of Fairbanks: Summer is here now, and we school kids know it. When summer comes winter goes, and when winter goes so does the ice. We all, both old and young, remember what good times we had on that skating rink which the Elks Lodge, N. C. Co., F. E. Co. and others so generously furnished for us. But with summer here and school just out, we kids wonder FRESH FROM THE OCEAN AT ANCHORAGE ON SALE WEDNESDAY MORNING FINEST STEAMERS YOURS FOR SERVICE WAEGHTER BROS. CO. Safety—:— Speed—.-—Service Leave Seattle Leave Seward May 27 June 2 -—--- :::: June 24 June 30 *»* *> ::...% ? July 8 July H Sailings south from Seward 9 PM'Fridays connecting with trains leaving Fairbanks 8 AM Thursdays. Many natives are still so super- i """", ""' "* g ° ing to d ° <«„„.. «_* ._, .,. . j ourselves. What can we do that stitious that certain medicine men can cause the mto waste away and | is good for us? die, simply by so-called prayer! Now let's get back to the picture . . so far as camera work is concerned THE BIRD OF PARADISE is a masterpiece. In production, BIRD OF PARADISE was a money spender. No dollars were pinched. For one of the spectacular MATING dances, an entire village was hired . . all its occupants, men, women, babies, goats and dogs. Quite a fascinating dance this Mating Dance there may be "some who may term this dance as being vulgar . . but then again, many of the world's nearest heaith- pbce of recreation is Harding Lake and that is too far for anyone to walk to. There is driving, but that gets tiresome; there is also fishing, but one can't do that everyday. What Fairbanks town needs besides a good school is a good tennis court for her younger generation. Tennis is a popular, healthful game, one that old and young can participate in. We want a satisfactory tennis court which need not be an expensive one. Anchorage has three, why can't Fairbanks have one? Most any kind will do, but do something to keep us employed. COMFORTABLE, HEATED CARS "SERVICE OUR MOTTO" Phone GEO. MUTCHLER'S residence or the Nordale Hotel /ACK MUTCHLER, Driver. DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE • | -- "-""-^*^ J6 LV B-ccp us employe* greatest masterpieces are vulgar in pleasant and healthful past OF THE MOMENT Rough and Dressed Lumber No order too large, nor none too small to demand our prompt service. Write, wire or telephone your requirements RUBY LUMBER CO. Ruby, Alaska The First National Bank of Fairbanks FAIRBANKS, ALASKA ESTABLISHED 1905 CAPITAL . . SURPLUS i . $100,000.00 50.000.00 A Complete Banking Service CHURNED BUTTER AND BUTTERMILK FRESH COTTAGE CHEESE HOME MADE ICE CREAM MADE DAILY Creamer's THE ALASKA RAILROAD Scenic Route to Interior Alaska AND Mt McKINLEY NATIONAL PARK America's Second Largest and Most Outstanding National Playground. PASSENGER SERVICE iLcave Fairbanks 8 a. m. every Thursday for SewartL arrive IWrbanto every Sunday at 4:46 p. m. FREIGHT SERVICE 1 ** 17 * ^fcfrbankB every PrMay not earlier than 9 a. m. atrlTW Fairbanks every Tuewtay Sunday return limit following Thursday. on

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