Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on August 12, 1935 · Page 13
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Oakland, California
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OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY, AUGUST JX B3 GINGER JANE WITHERS BRENT -DAVIS ; AS REPORTERS JTEDIOUD Front Page Woman Comedy Of Newspaper Life; 'We're In tSw Money' Second Film 3n By WOOD SO AXIS "'TOCTWfAUSM hi having its in-J nlngs again on the screen of the Fox Oakland this week, where George Brent and Bette Davis are fighting for scoops and beats in a light comedy called "Front Page Woman," which is sharing honors with a Joan Blondell-P Glenda Farrell - Hugh' Herbert opus entitled) "We're In the Money."! Both pictures are aimed directly at the vacation trade and as such serve their purpose admirably. News-, DBDermen may squirm iifti thev see their screen .nnntin-nnrts rjerforming various felonies In order to beat a compet itor to the street with tne news, w th irpnpral tiublic will take the lapses in its stride. Mi TlBvis. determined to be working reporter rather than a sob unecialtv writer, has decided to specialize, on crime and makes a wager with George Brent, star of a rival sheet, that she will only consent to become a housewife when he demonstrates beyond per-adventure that he can outsmart her on a story. ft H & ' So they battle back and forth for eight reels of amusement, in which noble aid is given by Roscoe Karris as the hapless camera man and in which an excellent picture of a harried city editor is given by Joseph Crehan. His anguish as his paper gets on the street wtih the wrong verdict is very reai 10 any ing scribe who has been In 01 similar newspaper tragedies. "We're In the Money Now" is aL from Warner's, but not so well maae as the Davis-Brent venicie. ud vimislv it was time for a Blondell Farreil-Herbert comedy on the pro-uptinn srhedules and the studio decided to go ahead with it whether a story was in evidence or not. This one looks as if it were shot off the cuff by the gag men. ' Herbert is an absent-minded law yer who specializes in breach or promise cases and has two splendid process servers in the Misses Blondell and Farrell, wh. fear nothing, not even a gent's Turkish bath. But Miss Blondell happens to fall in , love with Ross Alexander, whom she believes to be a- handsome chauffeur and not a millionaire playboy. . The story starts with Alexander a defendant in a heart-balm case and goes through various gags, aquatic, courtroom and so on, to a happy ending. The acting is undistinguished, although the quartet does as well as it can with the material. The best character bit is Herbert's dilemma with the angry breach-of-promiser and E. E. Give's butler. . - Lions Club to Hear San Ouentin Doctor mrwMOND. Aug. 12. Dr. L. L. Stanley, San Quentin Prison physician, will speak at a meeting of the Richmond Lions Club tomorrow noon at Hotel Carqulnez. , Dr. Stanley will give an illustrated talk on "Rushing Through Russia," according to Dr. W. B. Jenkins, president. Dr. L. H. Hewitt will be chairman of the program. Plans also will be made for attending a meeting and barbecue of the Golden Gate Council of Lions. Clubs at Pleasanton August 29. Eighteen clubs of San Francisco, Alameda and Contra Costa Counties will be represented at the meeting. AD LiBBING on FIRST NIGHTS names-, a a. PARAMOUNT ROCKS WITH LAUGHS AT "IRISH IN US" Proving itself one of the most hilarious comedies to reacn tne screen for some time, "The Irish in Us" is going its merry way at the Paramount, entertaining large and laughing audiences. lames Cagney, Pat O'Brien and Frank McHugh as the three battling brothers of a New York Irish family, have never had a better opportunity to prove their worth as comedians despite the fact that all three of them stand at the top of the screen comedy ladder. Cagney, as the youngest of the three O'Hara brothers, does his best to become a fight manager. On the big night of his first fight, he has' to step into the ring himself to fight the world's lightweight champion because his "great" punch-drunk fighter, played by Allen Jenkins, runs out on him. Popeye the Sailor heads a program of added features in a new cartoon comedy called "For Better or Worser." tt $ DANCE MASTER WILL BE ON CENTRAL STAGE Gene La Verne, famous master of the dance and instructor to many of Hollywood's famous movie stars, will appear ki person on the stage of the Central tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday. La Verne will present on the stage the winners of the recent State Theater Circuit dance contest, held in the neighbor borhood houses. The aw dience will be the judge in the final contest and the winner will be awarded a beautiful gold loving cup, Carole Lombard, Jean Harlow, Jean Parker and many other lam ous movie stars have received In structions in dancing from La Verne and have been amazed at his ability to teach new dance creations in just one lesson. a July Is Hard Month on Pets t GRACE MOORE IN 'LOVE ME FOREVER' AT ROXIE Grace Moore is said to have surpassed all her former achievements as the golden-voiced debutante in "Love Me Forever," which is now playing at theRoxie. Opposite Miss Moore plays Leo Carnllo, as a warm-hearted, music loving Italian gambler who sponsors her sing ing career. Robert Allen heads 1 2m The mortality rate for Oakland dogs and cats leaped to unex pected heights during July, according to the monthly report of Pound- master Richard Trotter, who de clared that the dog-catcher wagon took 258 dead cats and dogs off Uhe streets during the month, which B about twice the regular average. Abandonment of these animals dur ing the vacation period is ascribed as one of the causes for the mor tality. The pound had 87 dogs on hand July 1, and the dog catcher collected 185 during the month. Of the total of 272, 41 were redeemed, 29 were sold, 98 were destroyed, and 104 were on hand August 1. The pound earned $1781 during the month in fees and licenses.. 'Honor Roll9 Carrier For The Tribune the supporting cast which includes Michael Bartlett, Douglas Dum-brille and Luis Alberni. Victor Schertzinger, who was responsible for "One Night of Love," directed Miss Moore s new picture, from a screen play by Jo Swerling and Sidney Buchman. Selected short subjects eomplete the program. f f f XET 'EM HAVE IT ON SCREEN AT STATE "Let Em Have It," glorifying the Federal operatives in their current war on organized crime, and having a large cast of players including Richard Arlen. Virginia Bruce, Alice Brady. Bruce Cabot, Harvey Stephens, Eric Linden and Gordon Jones, remains on the State screen today and tomorrow with the second attraction, Travel ing Saleslady, co-starring Joan Blondell, Glenda Ferrell and Hugh Herbert The story of "Let "Em Have It" presents Arlen, Stephens and Jones as three fearless sleuths who pit science and brains against machine guns. "Traveling Saleslady" tells the story of a young girl, who refused an opportunity to enter the business office of her father, a tooth paste manufacturer, signs with his rivals to sell a paste with cocktail flavors, an idea submitted to her by an inebriated inventor. On Wednesday the State will offer "Under a Pampas Moon" and "Hooray For Love." t & ft BURT DIRECTING CARMEL MISSION PLAY George Marion, author of The Carmel Mission Play, which is to be staged at Carmel Mission, August 28 to September , 1, will not be able to direct the production or appear in the role of Father Serra this year because he has been called to Holly wood to do special picture work. The Carmel Mission Play this year wllj be directed by Frederic Burt, who played the part of the Indian chieftain last year. The role of Father Serra will Be, played by Byington Ford, who has been prominent on the Carmel stage for ten years. Helen Ware, wife of Burt, who has been prominent on the stage and, screen for years, will again play the role of Calafia. Hildreth Masters, wife of Rich ard Masters, author and playwright, will have the part of Maria, the Spanish Magdalen. John Gribner, who comes from the professional stage, will be The Oracle in The Carmel Mission Play. William Shep herd will repeat his performance of The Medicine Man. He is from Pa' cific Grove and had early dramatic training in Edward G. Kuster's Theater of the Golden Bough School under Maurice Brown. TRACY SCORES HI MURDER IN DRPHEUM HIT Portrait of Newspaperman Is Skillfully Done; 'Silk Hat Kid' Is Second Feature Pocahontas Lodge Head Names Aids EL CERRITO, Aug. 12. Mrs. Edna Lax, newly installed Pocahontas of .Lakoya Council, Degree of Pocahontas, announced committee members today. Committees include Mrs. Laura McNeil. Mrs. Hilda Cheek and Mrs. Fern Fara, finance; James Edel-man, drill captain, and 'Miss Carrie Bottinl, publicity. Mrs. Hilda Nissen, Mrs. Fern Fara, Mrs. Hilda Cheek and Mrs. Edith Leitch will represent Lakoya Council at the Great Council of Pocahontas, which meets at Peta luma August 19-22. mm wr lMATEUIV NIGHT CONDUCTED V HAL MORRIS ' FAMOUS COMtC NO MASTER 0' CIH1M0NI1I TONIGHT AT t:0 LEAVE TOUR BLUES WITH HAL AND HAVE A FORTUNE IN fUNI dark Gable ma TOMORROW . SEMI-FINALS OF THE GOLDEN STATE DANCE CONTESf CONDUCTED BY GENE LA VERNE TEACHER TO THE MOVIE The distinction of being the col onel of all the high school R. O, T. C. units in Oakland may be be stowed upon Kenneth Malfory i he tops' seven other competitors f who will take the same test f as soon as ; ' n h 1 ' t 1 Is now a , V mt"r major in the R. O. T. C. unit at Tech-? nical Hiffh s School. His ambition is t 0 b e a chemist and to work in the lab oratory 0 f "vf2?t a fabricat ing plant. For' nearly five years Ken has given his Tribune sub' scribers exceptional delivery serv' ice. They are In the locality from Grand Avenue to Van Buren and from Lee Street to" Park View Terrace in the Lake District. The money he earns on his Tribune route is used for school expenses and he is saving part of it so that he can go to the University of California, - His hobby is developing and printing pictures. He enjoys swim' ming, and his favorite school' sub jects are- chemistry and biology, When he becomes of age. Ken is going to try for a commission in the United States Army Reserve. He is 18 and resides at 201 Orange Street. .,' . ." - V .... .'. 4 i 1 KENNETH MALLORY LAST MT JOAN CRAWFORD IN FORSAKING ALL OTHERS ALSO WHITE kCOCKATOO li n it m m -STASIS Tiiism MURDER On A HONEYMOON ALSO THE MARINES , ARE COMING Oakland'! Fashionable Dante Place DANCING Rytrf F.venlnarnJ j McFADDEN'S -19S AT " . .CemiBc Monday, Anix . , Banr Goodmaa' FMrieac Ban! Women's Society to Give Bridge Party SAN LEANDRO, Aug. 12.-A des sert bridge party sponsored by Cherry Blossom Circle of the Broadmoor Women's Society will be given Wednesday afternoon, it was announced today by Mrs. Fred Berry, chairman of a committee ..in charge of the program. Members planning the event with Mrs. Berry include, Mrs. H. G Clarke, Mrs. F, A. Foote and Mrs. Roger Rath. 1 SERA Minstrels Give Show Tonight A minstrel show with orchestra and all the "fixin's" will be pre sented tonight at 7:30 at the Federal Shelter, Third and Jefferson Streets. The Government" feeds, clothes and provides a place to sleep for the homeless men known as the Alameda County SERA Entertain ere. Officials declare a Shelter au dience is probably one of the most appreciative audiences anywhere, The public is invited. Townsend Club to Hold Social Evening The 23rd Avenue Townsend Club, No. 3, will give a social evening Thursday at the 23rd Avenue library, Miller Avenue and East 15th Street, officials said. Entertainment and refreshments will be served. The public is invited. TTTi ni nvnFIL in 1 k.i iinubi- s GLE -IhmGH HERBERT, IM mi --rfnirj" IT TAKES a mighty good actor to convert an Incredible and fantastic star reporter of the sort conceived by Tim Whelan and Guy Bolton in "The Murder Man" into a believable person, but Spencer Tracy when he puts his mind to it is that sort of actor. As a result in his first start at M-G-M, disclosed on, the screen of the Orpheum over the week-end, Tracy converts the fantasy into reality by dint of creating a full length portrait of a moody, drunken, brilliant reporter who verges on the master mind when he is solving murder cases. For a good many years the Star has put up with the vagaries of Tracy because it has come to know that invariably he will appear on the scene of the murder in time to scoop the town. The fact that he is drunk and missing when a shady financier is mysteriously slain then does not disturb his managing editor, except for the few hectic moments before he finds his man. o o "The Murder Man" as a picture of newspaper life is not always ac curate, but its actors can pass for members of the fourth estate and there is enough melodrama and excitement in t' . tale to hold it together until the final surprise sequence when Tracy actually settles down to his histrionic chores. Without any arrr waving or scenery chewing, he manages to keep his audience taut. Good supporting performances are provided by Virginia Bruce, as the admiring sob sister, Robert Barrat as the tolerant managing editor, Lionel Atwlll as the head of the homicide squad, Jack Shee- han, as his thick-skull aide, Harvey Stephens as an accused murderer and a number of Hollywood subalterns as reporters. Whelan not only wrote and adapted the story but directed it with a sense of values. In the companion picture Lew Ayres and Paul Kelly are matched as rivals for the affections of Mae Clarke in "Silk HaUKid" a story of the slums and settlement work in which Edward Pawley has one of his major opportunities as "Brother Joe" who tries his hand at converting gunmen by providing them with new interests in life. Taken from a story by the late Gerald Beaumont, "Silk Hat Kid" has been peopled with interesting type actors and, in a lignt way, offers both comedy and drama with a dash 01 romance vvuuu SOANES. . ' I. C. Extension Leaders Named MOVES TsGRAND www... .www' Xsf T. ? wl?C " m O. Heggie, veteran character actor, and one of the few who can become sentimental without getting sticky, is trying to sell little Jane Withers the idea of taking advantage of a situation in a scene from "Ginger," which has moved to the Grand-Lake for another week. PHf CHI WILL HOLD MEETING BERKELEY, Aug. 12.-The 33rd annual conclave of the Phi Chi Fraternity will open at the Hotel Clare-mont here Wednesday with members attending from Idaho, Texas, Iowa, Oregon, Washington and California. Eta Chapter, of Berkeley, be hosts, have arranged a popular program, J. W. Newman, chairman of the entertainment committee, said today. A tea dance is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon; a sport dance for the evening in the Spanish Room of the hotel. Thursday afternoon will be spent at Lake Orinda, with swimming and dancing. Trophies will be given the winners of golf, swimming and tennis events.- Other events scheduled by members of the 42 chapters of the fraternity include a Paradise Cove moonlight boat cruise, and a formal dinner dance at the Hotel Clare-mont Friday, the gala affair of the convention. A traditional banquet and smoker will be held Saturday night to wind up the convention. The entertainment committee includes: J. W. Newman, Norman Montano, Arthur Andersen, J. M. Crouch, John Sponseller, and R. E. Skarln. BERKELEY, Aug. 12. - Administrative heads of the University of California Extension Division for the ensuing year were formally announced today. Leon J. Richardson, chairman of the department of Latin and nationally known in "the field of adult education; will again head the organization. Assistant director will be Boyd B. Rakestraw, who will also act as office and organization administrator. Other appointments Include Gladys Campbell, recorder; Walter S. Frederick, publications editor; Myrtle M. Grenfell, executive sec retary, Oakland office; Irene Hof-meister, executive secretary, San Francisco office; Bernlce Hubbard, class department organizer. Dr. George A. Smith son, associate professor of English, will serve as chairman of the department of cor respondence instruction, and John L. Kerchen as organizer for labor education. For the Southern part of the State, Anne E. M. Jackson will head the lecture department, Margaret Wotton the class department, and Ruth Lobaugh will be executive secretary. SERA School Work Nearly Completed SERA work on the Thousand Oaks School is approximately 80 per cent complete, Charles F. B. Roeth, Alameda County SERA Director, announced today. Alterations and additions to the structure are expected to give a greater rigidity. and a reasonable safety from earthquakes and high winds, officials said. More than $35,000 has been spent to date, with 32 men working on the project. . "LES MISERABLES" with-. .PrtArie Mareh Charla LasfhUui 11 -VTr J !f lW-JCHKMIUA;(. OHN WAYNE "THE DESERT TRAIL!! S. F. Moose to Fete Silver Anniversary SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 12. The silver anniversary of San Francisco Lodge, No. 26, Loyal Order of Moose will be staged in Moose Auditorium, 1623 Market Street, Wednesday night under direction of Vice-Dictator Janies H. Smith, gen' eral chairman of arrangements. Among prominent persons . who will attend the public celebration, vaudeville revue and dance presen tations, will be Mayor Angelo J. Rossi, Senator Walter McGovern, and Secretary Clarence J. Dunleavy, the latter two being national Moose leaders. Callaghan to Direct El Retiro Retreat Congressman John H. Tolan's annual retreat class at El Retiro, Los Altos, will start Thursday under the leadership of J. L. Callaghan, it was announced yesterday. Callaghan was appointed by Rev. Father E. A. McFadden, S. J., re treat master, to organize the class; pending the return of Tolan from Washington. Members of the class have been asked to arrive at El Retiro not later than 6 p. m. They will leave for their homes the following Mon. day morning. Quizzes Planned For.V. S. Positions SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 12. Open competitive examinations to prepare an eligibility list for two appointments were announced today by the Civil Service Commission. An area medical director will be appointed for Indian Service, and a chief explosives chemist will be selected for the Pittsburgh, Pa., Experiment Station of the Bureau of Mines. Both positions carry a salary of $5600 a year. Information may be secured at the district office at 995 Market Street. Katharine Hepburn Plays Tarkington's 'Alice Adams' By JESSIE HENDERSON HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 12. Here's, summer night will recall many Booth Tarkington's "Alice Adams' with Katharine Hepburn and "Metropolitan Nocturne", with Henry Klienbach, a short musical fantasy, both pictures released by R-K-O. , Then here's Columbia's "She Married Her Boss," with Claudette Colbert. - . It's kind of an average American group the Adams family except that Alice, the daughter, puts on perhaps more airs than the ordinary growing girl. As readers of the Tarkington story know, Alice is determined to be In the social swim of her town, with results both ludicrous and pathetic. No wonder, in the accompanying hullabaloo, her father, a role in which Fred Stone triumphantly makes his film debut Is driven practically gaga. CAST WELL CHOSEN The cast, well chosen, includes Fred MacMurray as hero Arthur Russell; Evelyn Venable as Mildred Palmer, the rival of Alice; Ann Shoemaker as the mother of Alice Adams, and Frank Albertson as the hard-boiled, erring and eventually terrified brother a very fine characterization it is, too. Scenes on the porch of the Adams house in the Main Street interlude to many beholder. The settings are so au thentic you can almost smell the dinner cooking. The picture has both amusement and heart throbs. "Metropolitan Nocturne" im the story of young composer who is writing a nocturne about the big city. While the camera travels over roofs and alleys, through tenement windows and among skyscraper towers, the things it records even down to a mother dog with her puppies . are interpreted in the accompaning music. JUST HINT OF PLOT Intentionally, there's only a hint of a plot. A tragic hint, though. The young composer, who has been waiting to show his finished symphony to the girl across the way, sees her come home with another man. So he kills himself. "She Married Her Boss," the Columbia film, shows Claudette Colbert once more as the efficient business woman. The "boss" is'Melvyn Douglas. Michael Bartlett, who sings with Grace Moore in "Love Me Forever," sings and acts so charmingly he darn near gets her away from her lord and master. Contra Costa K. C. To Seal Leader RICHMOND, Aug. 12.-Michael M. Dowling will be installed grand knight of Contra Costa Council, Knights of Columbus, tonight He will succeed William Lulz. - Alfred W. De Clercq of Oakland, district deputy supreme knight, will be the installing officer. Also taking office will be George Ross, deputy grand knight; ..Loren Jobst, chancellor; Manuel Marcos, warden; James Madigan, inside guard; Al Gillis, outside guard; M. Hayes, Ernest H. Woodfeldt, trus tees; Rev. John F. Casey, chaplain; Robert Reid, financial secretary; Nicholas Burgart, recorder; John Regello, treasurer; S. J. Claeys, adr vocate; Daniel M. Bradley, lecturer, Relief Workers to Give Whist Party The National Relief Workers of America will hold a whist party for members and friends tomorrow eve ning..at Knights (Si Pythias Hall,1 12th and -Alice Streets, Edward Kremheller, chairman, announced. Eight high and low scorers will be awarded. ; A meeting to determine whether to change the name of the organization to Progress Workers' Association will be held during the evening. With Kremheller on the commit' tee are: William R. McKenna, Mor ris Cohn, John Rectenwald, Fred H. Ross, C. F. Watlman, Frank J. Drummond and J. Martinez. Richmond Police to Give Ball on Nov. 27 RICHMOND. Aug. 12. The an nual Richmond Police Ball will be held November 27 at East Shore Park under auspices of the Rich' mond Police Relief Fund Associa tion, according to Sergeant F. A. Fray, president. Traffic Officer L, B. Bradeson will be in charge of arrangements, '".rbi WHtn rf Cm6 ,nd bfftoday at bkl bill GLENDA FARRELL HAVE IT TRAVEIING RICHARD ARLEN ft 1 1 r Al fl fcV tiaenil iniet Jana WITHERS O. . HICGII JACKII 1111 r.. . i a f in li IRINI HIIVIT j Richmond Sciots To Give Program RICHMOND, Aug. 12. Plans are complete for an entertainment to be held Friday night at Richmond Clubhouse under auspices of the Richmond Pyramid of Sciots. The program, presented by the SERA orchestra and vaudeville unit, will be open to the public, according to A. J. Cundy, toparch, Carl Richards will be chairman of the evening and will direct the orchestra. August 23 members of Richmond Pyramid of Sciots will attend meeting of the Berkeley Pyramid. Judge H. C Pulcifer of Oakland, supreme pharoah, will make his official visit to the Pyramids then. Plans also are being made for a Sribes Night program to be held September 6 with Harry Chapman, scribe, in charge, and for a joint Eastbay ceremonial to be held-at Oakland. i Treasure Island Will f Be Marionette Play Long John Silver s wooden leg thumping on the deck of the old galleon and his parrot's cry of "Pieces of eight" will be heard again Wednesday night at the Lin coin School Auditorium when Treasure Island is given as the first of a series of marionette shows by the Merrltt Summer Art classes. The life sketching classes have modeled the figures. Jean Steward and George Mathis, students, will direct the play. Musical settings will be presented by Anne Steward. Ed Leslie is in charge of the Sum mer classes. B 13 t -LAKE PHODlfif GETS CHANGE AFTER 3-YEAR WAIT 'Meanie of 'Bright Eyes Is Now Star in Own Right; Geo. O'Brien Co-Featnved ' The unprecedented neceaa of little Jane , Withers In her first starring picture, "Ginger," now playing its second week in OaHand at the 'Grand-Lake bn the same bill with "Hard-Rock ; Harrigan," has caused" a great deal of speculation where the diminutive Jane developed so much talent in such a short time, . . In April of 1932, just before Jane Withers' sixth birthday, she and her mother, Mrs. Walter Withers, arrived in Hollywood from Atlanta, Georgia, Jane's birthplace, where the had. been a sensational infant prod-, igy on stage and radio'. After appearing on radio station KFWB in Hollywood for a year and a half she' Was given a few days' work now and then in small parts at the Fox Studio. Director David Butler saw her and cast her in the role of the little "Meanie'Mn "Bright Eyes" with Shirley Temple, and as a consequence she nearly "stole" the picture. "Hard-Rock Harrlgan" h aaU to be George O'Brien's outstanding screen achievement and has the spectacle of Boulder Dam aa a background and tells a brand new type of story, If NEIGIIBQIttlSS? PlUUAlUNT PIEDMONT Piedmont it Linda t , "RKC.KI RS" JEAN HARLOW & WILLIAM POWELL "4 Honra to Kill," Richard Barthelmes BERKELEY E lufiS OH FEATURI fTARTf ATlM'4-oSIO i Margaret Sullavaa In Lltilfl Man i What Kvwt- law Pat O'Brien "Buntaa oi Mlaalnjt r araoni FOX U C J036 University 'PRINCESS O'HARA" JEAN PARKER and CHESTER MORRIS "Caaino Murder Cae" with Paul Luaat LORIN Me"2MlrZ JAMES CAGNEY and ANN DVORAK "People Will Talk" with Charlie Ruiilea United Artists BE rkele? ISOO Jean ARTHUR, Cheater Morrla In "PUBLIC HERO No. 1" "EVENSONO" wim EV1L,YW Mid aiso JAT CLARKE, Mentallit, ON STAGE! live Solano at The Alameda - UVlVD "THE RAVKN" BORIS KARLOFF and BELA LUGOSI-It "LADY TUBBS" with ALICE BRADV; San Pablo near Univeralty "O -ME N" . JAMES CAGNEY and ANN DVORAK' "STRANGERS ALL" with HAY KOBSON RIVOLI CTDANH College and Ashby, 3 1 IAilLaO INTO YOUR DANCE' AL JOLSON and RUBY KEELER "People Will Talk" with Charlie Burflea 3115 Klttredsa Warner Baxter, "UNDER THE PAMPAS MOON" Richard Arlen in "LET 'EM HAVE IT ' CALIFORNIA ALAMEDA Central Ave. at Parlt j ALameda 4742-474S "I.ES MIRERABLEs . FREDRIC MARCH & CHAS. LAUGHTON, ALAMEDA SAN LEANDRO DAI ATP SAN LEANDRO. rALALIi SHIRLEY TEMPLE "OUR LITTLE GIRL" BEN BERNIE in "STOLEN HARMONY" HAYWARD HAYWARD CHESTER MORRIS, . "PUBLIC HERO NO. 1" Guy KlhOM-ZnSn Pitta, Oolnr nihbrow FRUIXVALE & 23RD AVE. CDIIITVAI P E. 14th St.-37th Ave, r IU1 1 VALE. Richard ARLEN, "LET 'EM HAVE IT" ' Joan Blondell In "Travellm Saleslady" DAI CV 23rd Ave. and E. 15th st, rALAtt "BLACK FURY" PAUL MUNI and KAREN MORLEY "People Will Talk" with Charlie Rnialea FAIRFAX & SEMINARY V A IDC A V Foothill Blvd. & Fairfax rAlKrAA WARNER BAXTER "UNDER THE PAMPAS MOON" ANN HARDING in "FLAME WITHIN" QjPP IXOL roothlu Blvd-&emllnr JAMES CAGNEY" and ANN DVORAK STRANGERS ALL with MAT allBHW DIMOND DISTRICT niMnNn ' Frultvale Av. Si Hopklna UlmKJMJ KATHARINE HEPBURN. "BREAK OP HEARTS" George O'Brien in "Cowboy Millionaire"1 PARK BOULEVARD .DISTRICT PARKWAY ".RECKLESS" JEAN HARLOW & WILLIAM POWELL, 4 Holirj to Kill." wennrrt Hnnneimriia ELMHTJRST 14th It 89th Ave. "G -ME N" JAMES CAGNEY and ANN DVORAK People Will Talk" wltn ( name miaaiea GRANADA ALLENDALE DISTRICT ALLENDALE? HIRLEY TEMPLE. "OUR LITTLE GIRL" Also JACKIE COOPFR In "DINKY EASTMONT . DISTRICT EASTMONXWamS "GEORGE WHITE'S 'IMS SCANDALS" Claudette Colbrrt in "Private Worliln", FOOTHILL"1 .& S5TH AVE. FOOTHILL- Irene Donna-Fred Attaire-Glneer Kcera "Gentlemen are Born" -wan Jean inr NORTH OAKLAND GATEWAY SnnP.ibio and P'sniutd FORMERLY GOLDEN STAT tv OfS.MKIM" with . JAMES CAGM.Y HAY ROBSON in "STRANGERS ALL" ITPTYaWN Collwceet Shatter UrlUll KATHARINE BEPBL'RN "BREAK OF ffcAKTS" Dolorea Del Rio in "IN CALU NTE" ViTflnla Bruce in "I-FT '1 : i ' 'Cowouy luuioneir' wJ.lt K -.- Fox SENATOR

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