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r - Oakland Tribune, Wednesday, july 16, 1941 r, It 0 I- TELENEWS THEATER OPENING FRIDAY BY CIVIC CELEBRATION TO BE City, Screen Leaders to Attend Fete MARKED 2 I a . S - 2 All agencies of news reporting, as represented by newsreel camera - men,'' radio station announcers and newspaper writers and reporters, will be turning their "weapons" oh themselves when Oakland's . first newsreel theater, the Telenews, at 15th and Franklin Streets, . opens Friday night or 7 o'clock. - Camera men from the local press will be taking pictures of newsreel camera 'men engaged In "shootingi scenes of radio broadcasters descrlb ing the opening exercises including the parts played by the represents' tives of all new gathering agencies. City officials, civic and business leaders, executives,, the ...National chain of Telenews theaters who will come by plane from New York to attend the opening, Hollywood and ether celebrities will be present at the opening. They will broadcast directly from the lobby or tne theater their comments on the open. Ing of the Telenews theater. DATS NEWS . The days news, in eH Its forms of transmission-, will be presented to the public from the Telenews Theater." Through arrangements eompleted todav. KLX. The Tribune uroaa casting Station, will originate some of its hourly war bulletin programs from the theater "broadcasting booth lii the lobby. KLX also will offer a "man-on. ' the-street" program la front of the theater each day at noon, except Saturdays and Sundays, . FIRST IN EASTBAY. - . The theater itself will offer om- - plete newsreels, showing the events z' nt h world in moving pictures. It 1 will be the first theater on this side i of the Bay to make its own news - reels as part of the regular program " policy, the management announcea. Some 80 units, including outstanding short features, -well make up each program, according to advance notices. Regan McCrary's new "Ringside - Seat to World War II" win be among " the features presented, ; TELETYPE UNITS ' Teletype machines, bringing In the 1 flashes from the Associated Press as " they are received, will be placed m the lobby, where patrons attending the theater may. read of the latest JHfpeniiJKH" There also will be Associated Press Wlrephotos and telegraphic hews flashes from the United Press, Overseas News Service, ana the New York Herald Tribune News Service. Another feature will be a pro gressiva warnap, changed daily, to show'ithe" ebb and flow of the European conflict andan electric. lly-lightedvmap showing the prog ress oi national aexense aeveiop-ments. -TO OPEN FRIDAY The theater will open at 7 p.m. Friday, and dally programs will start at 11 a.m. each day afterwards and continue until midnight. 1 The Telenews Theater here Is the newest . link in the coast-to-coast chain of the same name. Major Units now are located In New York, Chicago, Cleveland hot. Angeles Intf San Francisco. , I, , , i, ,,...,. fsvfm&a , iSriiW iMBI ' I . ':':. ft l t m ' V ll W.:::y..;.:.:;V:v;ffi:.T jggggg ........ ........v.................. I 7 "wngr.iK lit l W l llty I ... ... .'1 i ' l ; - . ' " y 1 ir mm rmc. . i tit k I ' - y 'I -1 , m 1- i ;:i::r;fisiii: - Bette Davis And Cagney At Esquire ; -Two Noted Stars , Are Featured in. 'Bride Came C.O.D.' Bette . Davis and James Cagney pool their considerable talents in "The Bride Came C.O.D." now at the Esquire. The plot concerns itself with a spoiled young debutante who becomes engaged to band leader Jack Carsbhr Planning to elope, they hire a plane to take them to Las Vegas. Pilot James Cagney, however, decides he can make more, money by delivering tne Driae C.O.D. and unmarried, to her father, who opposes the union. He captures the bride and flies off with her, but they are grounded in the desert. They find shelter m a nearDy gnost- town, popmaiea solely by a philosophical old innkeeper. From then on, it is a tug of war between the heiress and the aviator, with the girl trying to get back, to civilization and her fiance, and Cagney trying to keep her until he gets his plane fixed and deliver her to her father, During the battle they very reluc. tantly fall. In love with each other. The supporting cast includes George Tobias, Stuart Erwin, Eugene PaUeite and Harry Daven port. Jeffrey Lynn, ,'Geraldine Fitz. gerald and Thomas Mitchell share stellar honors in "Flight From Destiny" which shares the bill. Tb. Telenew Thpater, which will open its doors to the .public Friday evening, shows its connection with The Tribune's news gathering agencies by this poster. Inspecting it are Chccdotte Metcalf (left), in charge of the usherette stall, and Shirley Caldeira, one of the usherettes. All forms of news transmission will be employed by the theater.' Veterans, Auxiliary Plan Annual Picnic . ALAMEDA, July lB.--Corp. L. B Hollywood Post and Auxiliary No, 839, V.F.W, will hold their annual picnic Sunday at Elmnurst uaraens, 8039 Rudsdale Street, Oakland. , The event will b open to the public, and there will be dancing. jne committee ior me picnic nv ifiidp fJordnrt Dlckerson. com. mender; Harry Fromme, .Jerry Fiynn. Charles Essig, Loflise- Lee, Marty1 Johnson, Rose Whltmeyer and Pauline Fromme. ' Solon Appointed to Memorial Commission i Annointment of Philip O. Solon is a member of the Emeryville Memorial Building Commission Was made today by the Board of Super-Visors." . .' Solon was recommended by Emeryville Industrial Pest, No.'lOlO, Veterans "of Foreign wars, to fill the vacancy caused by- the resignation Of Harold T. Gustafson, commission member, for the last six years. The appointment was made on motion of Supervisor Clifford Wix-tnn. Puppet Ploy Set "Little Dragon, an oriental puppet play, will be presented by children of the M. H. de Young Museum Pup-. pet Class tomorrow at 11 a.m., at the Museum in .Golden Gate Park. The performance, under the direc tion of aPtricia Hail, will be open to the public. News of Hikes, Hikers in Oakland And Bay Region One hlki'down the San Francisco Peninsula, two launts in Marin and one in the hills back of Metropolitan Oakland are scheduled by the four major hiking clubs of the Bay region for next Sunday. : - The California Alpine Club- will hike to. Bootjack Camp Sunday. Taka the 8:30 a. m. "" bus at Bth and Mission Streets, San Francisco, to Mill Valley. Walk vlaDlpsea Trail to Mulr Woods and follow Bootjack Trail . elong stream and cataracts to Bootjack Camp. Evans Hansell and Mrs.-Lillian Bear will lead.' v McNally Ridge and Redwood Park will b visited by the Contra Costa Hills Club Sunday. Eastbay mem bers board Sacramento Northern train at 40th and Shatter Streets or College Avenue and Shefter at 8:23 a. m. Hike under direction oi ieaa- i a nil. ers, Werner jtiroiscni ana . ,ocui Gaines, to Skyline Trail and lunch place at Redwood Bowl. Return via McNally Rldgejo. eua at Mills College. " Hidden Villa Hostel, near Lo Altos on the San Francisco Peninsula will be the obJectiveNjf the Berkeley Hiking Club Saturday and Sunday. At 2 o'clock Saturday cars lMve from University and Oxtord, Berkeley. Drive to Palo Alto, thence to Hidden Villa Hostel, wring iooa for Sunday lunch, sleeping bag and swim suit Pauline Dietz win ieaa, Sierra Club members will hike In Mulr - Woods - Sunday. JTake . the 8:30 a.m. bus to Mill Valley .and hike under guidance of Hnroia rainier, who will lead the group over the Tenderfoot find Ocean View Trails. Townsend Notes Melrose Club," No. 2, will give a whist in Souza's Hall. 1454 47th Ave- jf , nue, tomorrow at 1:15 o'clock. A second whist iarty at 1:13 p.m. tomorrow will be giyen by Eastlawh Club, No. 31," at 1328 Fruitvale ; f Avenue. The monthly whist party of Santa Fe Club, No. B, will take place tomorrow at 8 p.m. in University High School, 87th and Grove Streets. ? ? ? , CCIIIO'S 8an Franeisee I 506 BROADWAY-' !!!! Latin Americans to Be Mills Guests Mills Cnllpee will be host to three distinguished South American educators, July 21-24, in the persons of Professor Agustin Nieto Caballero f Colombia; Dr. Rafael Escobar i-ara of Venezuela, and Dr. nicanor Rivera Carcares of Peru. The entertainment will include a dinnr Monday evening in Orchard Meadow hall, followed by a recep tion at 8 o'clock In the college art gallery. Various South American consuls will also be guests at. both affairs. , Professor Caballero is rector of the National University of Col ombia. Dr. Escobar is director of the Venezuelan Pedagogical Institute and is-a well known authority on political, economic and sociological problems, and is particularly noted for a thesis on the Monroe doctrine. Dr. Carcares is an author, and an authority of Peruvian child education;", The' Viett of tbe three educators is in line with the college program fo the study of Latin-America. COUNTY ADDS 23 SOCIAL WORKERS Twenty-three social workers tor day were added -to the Alameda County Charities' Commission staff to handle the deluge of new assis tance cases. S Collapse of the State Relief 'Ad. ministration, together with the cur tailment of the Works Progress Administration program, has neces sitated employment of additional social workers to care for increased applications. This was. explained to the Board of Supervisors by S. E. Thompson, director of the County Charities,'. commission. AIDED 1222 CASES When the S.R.A closed down on June 26 It was aiding 1222 Alameda County cases. Thompson stated that up to and including July 10 a total of 630 applications had been made to the Charities' Commission, these -being former S.R.A. cases, and "persons discharged from the WPAr or from industry who are allegedly without funds." The positions created in .the county salary, ordinance "were1 or dered filled by the Supervisors on the commission's recommendation APPLICATIONS DOUBLE . Thompson declared that the pres ent application rate "is twice the rate of application of unemploy ables experienced by the Charities' Commission during the past three months." . . '' ' . "Considering" only the possible minimum application of 175 per week during the next week,' he said, "the minimum of .10 social workers and 10 clerical "and one supervisory persons are necessary in the indigent intake department To put untrained persons who are inexperienced in the work of the Charities' Commission on -the unemployment situation is to invite the same situation that existed with the State Relief Administration." Appointment of the 23 aocial workers includes the filling of five positions caused by resignations, according to Chairman George A. Janssen of the Board of supervisors. v I D LET I M E a White Elephant Cif TEmpIebar 6000 Vogue to Feature 'Meet John Doe' Gary Cooper and Barbjra Stanwyck are co-starred in the brilliant Frank Capfa production, "Meet Jotm Doe," which tonicht will open a 10-day showing on the spreen of the Vogue Theater in Alameda. "Meet John DoeU i the story of those qualities which we recognize. as American, the familiar picture of the "Little Guy." Also in the cast arc Walter Brennan. Edward rived. In e special car of the Union Arnold, Spring Byington, James Pacific Streamliner. IGleason and Gene Lockhart McCormick in South 'For a Long Rest' LOS ANGELES. July 16.-t(U.R Harold F. McCormick, the harvester magnate, moved into his Beverly Hills home yesterday' to begin a "long -rest." The reaper manufacturer and his wife, Mrs. Adah Wilson McCormick, .his nurse until their marriage three years ago. ar 'Penny Serenade' to Head Chimes Program Irene Dunne end cfry Grant are co-starred in the domestic story of a newspaperman and his wife, "Penny Serenade," which tonight will open a three-day showing at the Chimes Theater. College Ave niio at Shnfter. "Scotland Yard,' with Nancy Kelly completes the double bill. Directed by George Stevens. "Penny Serenade," is based, on Martha Cheavens' magazine npvel, and in the supporting cast are Beulah Bondi. Edgar . Buchanan and Ann Doran. Preview at Grand Lake Scheduled Tonight at 8:30 o'clock a major Hollywood studio preview will be shown at the Grand Lake Theater, In addition to the regular feature attraction "The Great Lie." "This a Special pre-release showing of one of the coming seasons hit pictures. - Doors will open at 6:15 p.m. Oakland Flier, 3 Cadets Escape Death LIVERMORE, July 16. - m - Three flying cadets and an- Instructor from the Boeing School of Afero nautics at Oakland are recovering today from slight injuries Suffered when .they made a hazardous forced landing near the Livermore Airport, The accident occurred late yester day. " ' The motor was stalled and the plane was brought down in an or chard. It ripped trees out of the U . giuuiiu, , wcijv-- tin uuii twu xcm;t;3 and across a . road into the rough surrounding the. airport. The instructor was Robert Powers 25, Oakland. The cadets were Sam Lane, 23, Fort Worth, Texas; Cliff Kuhn, 32, Amarillo, Texas, and Lawrence Short, 33, Cheyenne, Wyo. Hotel -du Nord' Opens Tomorrow Hotel au word'- is the new French film which has its first Eastbay showings at the Campus Theater in Berkeley tomorrow to Saturday. The film stars Anna- bella and Is 'described as a "Grand Hotel" of the little people of Mont-Vnartre. Sharing the bill is "Only Angels Have Wings" with Cary Grant, Jean Arthur and Rita Hay. worth featured. . "Hotel du Nord," which is based on -the noted French novel of the same name tells of a humble hos telry on the -bank of the Canal St Martin on the outskirts of Paris, where a conglomerate igrotlp of worKers, artisans and simple folk gather in a web of dramatic incidents. "Hotel uu Nord'' is an actual hotel, and most of the scenes were filmed on. actual location. The picture stars Annabella with Louis Jouvet, Arletty and Jean Pierre-Aumont. . The French .dia.: logue is completely translated by English titles. Jungle Number At Moulin Rouge Featuring the French Follies Re vue at the Moulin Rouge Theater is a colorful jungle number. The entire cast of queens is starred in the number. Among the many appearing before the footlights are Francis Hanley, Georgia Clark, Billie Deaton, Betty Jane Douglas, Barbara Mayo, Doris Walker and Eleanor King. Other specialty, "strip-tease" and comedy numbers topline the gala revue. "Valley of the Nude," nudist drama, is the main screen attraction Commander Named For Women's Post Eastbay's Women's Post No. 379, American Legion, will be com manded tor the next 12 months by Sophy Wallace. Retired commander is Mary Jordan; Other new officers are Margaret Scott, first vice-comrnander; Kath leen Fores, second vice-commander; Lena Raines, chaplain; Hildur Ma- chado, sergeant-at-arms; Rose Duffy, assistant sergeant-at-arms; Grace Pearson, Winifred Edwards and Hannah Dickson, executive committee. Delegates to the Legion's. State convention next month in Sacra- mento are Sophy Wallace and Mary Walsh, with Margaret Scott; Mattie Welch and Hildur Machado as alter nates ' ... Author to Lecture For British Benefit A lecture for the benefit of British War Relief will be given at Mills College at 8:15 o'clock Friday night by H. S. Ede, curator for 15 years at the National Gallery st British Art in London. Ede is the author of "The Savage Messiah," a biography of Henry Gandier Brzeska. He is also the author of Several other books and recently completed a Nation-wide lecture under the uspices of the Institute of International Relations. His lecture Friday will be on "PicturesflAre Like People." and will be illustrated with slides. It deals with art appreciation in gen eral and art's meaning and status in everyday life. - Hope Held Child Will MBFound Alive . PLACERVILLE, July 16. UP) A two days' search of the rugged American River Canyon country near Camp Sacramento failed today to reveal any trace of four-year-old Clarence Murphy, Jr., but parents of lost child held to the belfet he would be found alive. Elmer Congdon, Sacramento .City Recreation,. Superintendent, who directed to nearly 200-1 searchers, said the child's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Murphy of Sacramento, expressed belief' the boy either had been kidnaped, or "picked up" by passing motorists. The child, staying with his mother at the Capitol City's Summer camp near here, strayed from a sandbox Monday morning. Congdon, who watched searching crews comb - the river - pools and brush around the camp, expressed doubt the boy was still- alive. invisible Woman' at Central Tonight Virginia Bruce as a pretty girl with a gift for melting into thin air at will and Franchot Tone as a cowboy are the prospects for the patrons of the Central for the three days starting tonight in .""Invisible Woman" and "Trail of the Vigi-. lantes." Miss Bruce Is made the subject of a daffy experiment by a . crackpot scientist, played by John Barry. more, in "Invisible Woman," but manages to remain in sight long enough to capture the heart of John Howard. Tone gets his chance at rougtu riding in an action filled Western piece in which Warren William, Andy Devine and 3rod Crawford are his aides. The two pictures will be on display until Friday night inclusive." Whist Party Friday BERKELEY, July 16 A whist party will be conducted by College Court No. 12, Order of Amaranth at 8:30 o'clock Friday evening in Masonic Hall, Bancroft Way and Shattuck Avenue. 'Triple Justice' at Broadway Tomorrow "Triple Justice" with George O'Brien doing the dealing with a big six-gun in each hand will top the new . 'double bill at the Broadway tomorrow, sharing the'marquee witrf "Let George Do It" a hilarious English comedy; , : : ) Tonight will mark .Xbf- final presentation oO "Western, Union." a technicolor history of the stretching of cables from Omaha to Salt Lake City with an ail-star cast; and "The Long Voyage Home." an adaptation of the Eugene O'Neill sea melodrama with Thomas Mitchell. ."You the' People," a crime short, and "The Rookie Bear," a color cartoon, will be on tomorrow night's program. .. . " "r j Stars Outline Their 'Worst Moments' ; Ginger Rogers Was ... Embarrassed, but She Got Featured, Role BY JOHN TRUESDELL HOLLYWOOD, July' 16. The cinema celebs wno t r a a e on presence of mind and 6alm coolness before the public off and ' on the screen still, at times, grow -unaccountably scared. They have their most embarrassing moments and, when it hits them, they truly feel worse and more awkward than you and I would under - the circum stances: GINGER ROGERS' most embarrassing moment led her oddly enough to her first big jump up the cinema ladder to the eventual crowning glory of an Academy Award Oscar. Always a gal to relax completely and wear old clothes, Ginger at the time was battling with her studio for a real drama role and less comedy with dancing. But as Ginger puts it; "It was" a" Saturday morning between pictures, and I'd been arguing all week to convince iie studio that I could do dramatic roles. I'd about giveii up. I was out in the back, of all things, scrubbing my dog when mother came running out and said: 'Good heavens. Ginger, Director Gregory Lacava just came in and said he wanted to talk to you about the lead in JPrimrose Path.'! Mother continued. by saying she had stalled him and he was in the front of the house. It looked kind of silly when she said it be-rmis thprn wax T.n Cava when she crossed the lawn afcout five steps behind her. When he saw me with out make-up, he started to laugh. It was my most embarrassing moment. But strangely enough, he said I looked like his character without make-up, and that's the way he made me play the picture shiney faced and funny looking." SKELETON IN CLOSET EDWARD . EVERETT HORTON sayshis most embarrassing moment came when he found he had a' skeleton in his closet and he was the guy who put it there.. It isn't exactly a skeleton, it's a massive Chippendale chest and there isn't another like it in the world ex cept in Horton's closet, and that's just like it. Horton is a nut about fine antiques. He's made dozens . of Junkets tq Europe and bought rare furniture 'in all the capitols of the world. He loves wood carving, and at his big estate in the San Fernan do Valley he employs an old cabinet worker the year round to duplicate anything he cannot buy. A few years back, Korton got on the trail of this rare chest in London. His cabinet maker wrote him at that time that when he got home, he had a "surprise" waiting for him. Horton wrote that that was nolhine. he had a surprise coming home- with him. That s right, the cabinet maker had come across a picture of the museum piece and had duplicated it perfectly. &Fp6 perfectly," says Horton, "for the copy was much finer and older looking than the original. Imagine my embarrassment when I realized .the sum I had paid in order to have a furniture skeleton in my closet." CLAUDETTE COLBERT Is one movie star who rebels now and very nearly always has rebelled against leg art or any picture taken of her In a bathing suit. She thinks it's a wanton display of epidermis, and undignified. It was about a year ago that Claudette was finally talked into donning a bathing, suit jmd walking from her beach house out into the surf for publicity pic tures, bhe ' warned the studio cameramen however, that she would engage in nd foolishness just straight pictures as dignified as possible. WAVE SNEAKS UP jmow that I think or It, says Claudette, "it gives me the all overs. They said, 'Won't you please oacjc into tne surr, jwiss 'Colbert, we've .got to have pictures of the water aoout your" anKies. I was facing the cameras ' and smiling when a small wave came in and it me in the back of the knee. It was so cold, I befit forward and that's when the pictures must have been taken. In about a week, papers. all over the country were carrying tnat picture In which I had un wittingly struck a 'September MornV pose. It "was my most em-bsrrassing moment. ... RQZ, RUSSELL is an utterly frank person, and she's loud, However, she's decided after her most embarrassing moment which happened only a few months ago that she would never., combine frankness again,. At the time she was haying some dates with that very prominent young man she has made so many pictures wijh. She was in the Brown Uerby eating lunch with a friend and the talk drifted to this screen hero. The trouble--with this guy," Roz shouted to her companion, "is not much. He's gay, charming, a complete fool and a bore." A figure arose from the next booth and bowed stifly. "Miss Russell," he said quietly, "to say that I loathe you is practically an expression of passion at this point." They have made screen love since, but have not had any more dates. WHEN THE PICTURES START Esqufre "The Bride Came CCD.", 1:25, 4:25, 7:25, 10:25- p.m.; "Flight From Destiny",' 12:05, 3:05, 6:05, 9:05 p.m .Fox Oakland--"They Met in Bombay'V 1:20, 4:05, 6:55, 9:50 p.m.; The Bride Wore Crutches", 12:05, 2:55, 5:45, 8:40 p.m. , Orpheum "Caught in the Draft", 1:30, 5:15, 7:05; 10:15 p.m.; "They Met in Argentina", 12:05, 2:50, 5:40, 8:50 P.m. Paramount Moon over Miami , 1:20. 4:05, 6:55,. 10:00 . p.m.; "For Beauty's Sake", 12 noon, 2:30, 5:40, 8:40 p.m. Roxie "That Hamilton woman , 1:05, 4:05, 7:10, 9:50 p.m. Beery Will Head Bill at Girl Revue at Downtown Girls, girls, girls will appear on the-stage of the Downtown Theater tonight in an all-girl revue, featuring 20 maidens in a new show, enhanced by swingy tunes, daring new dance routines, and comedy both sophisticated and zaney in Don Santo's "Petticoat Scandals." Don Santo's girl extravaganza is presented in a spectacular manner. The show features a score of stand ard specialty acts, high-lighted by Mile. "Frenchy Theresa, the sen sation of San Francisco's night spot the "Streets of Pans," In her "Danse. de-Plante," which will be seen here for the first time, along with Ruby Gann's dancing beauties and art models. Mile. "Frenchy" Theresa was re cently featured . In the magazines Look," '"Pic," "Laff," "Peek" and the "Police Gazette." On the screen in conjunction with "Petticoat Scandals" will be "Hud son's Bay," starring Paul Muni, and Margie," with Mischa Auer and Nan Grey. Selected short subjects complete the bill. Former Nebraskans To Hold Party Former residents of Nebraska are invited to a dance and card party to be given Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in Jenny :Xind Hall, 222B Telegrapn Fox Oakland And 'The Get-A way' Opens Tomorrow . t Of unusual importance all more because it brings together a' pair of performers who are acclaimed "America's new love birds "Barnacle. Bill," starring Wallace Beery and Marjorie Main, opens tomorrow at, noon at the Fox Oakland, i . . Back once, more as a waterfront character, on the same set on which ' he made 'Tlin and Bill," Beery, as Barnacle Bill, is said to have the best role given him in many ' months. In dungarees and rubber ' boots he goes in for many an ex- ' citing adventure from filching tuna ! to spending his money at a water front saloon. The new film marks the second occasion upon which Beery and Miss Main have appeared together. . The first was in "Wyoming," in which Miss Main appeared as a lady blacksmith, much to the delight ef both press and public alike. No happier choice for the wisecracking pal of Beery could have been made than th,at of Leo Car rillo as Pico, partner in crime and adventure. As the crusty old retired sea captain, father of Miss Main, is Donald Meek, and others in the cast include Virginia Weid-ler and Barton MacLane. M. G. M. responds to the cry of "new faces" in the companion feature, "The Get-Away," in which. Donna Reed and Robert Sterling are teamed together for the first time. The supporting cast includes such worthies as Charles Winninger, Henry O'Neill and Dan Dailey Jr. Technocracy to Be Discussed Sunday "Technocracy and the New Soelal Order" will be discussed by E. L. Coffin of Los Angeles in the City Club Hotel Sunday evening. Members of Technocracy Incor porated of the Eastbay are sponsors Avenue, by the .Nebraska Associa- of the lecture. Coffin will answer tion,? headed by K. C3 KlmbsUUijuestions from tne audience ai ine president. '" . " conclusion of his talk... , f L7. l-.n-.trT-.lT.- w DTTVW Foothill Blvd. tc Seminary trllJll "RIDIfi ON. VAOUERO" Cesar ROMETtO St Mary Beth HUGHES also "Ellery Queen'a renthome Aiynery ftliUIVC Collie at Shaftat VrfflUl.0 "PENNY SERENADE" TRF.1ME IllINNl! and CARY GRANT Willi be shown once only at B:55 o'clock . 1 iun VADfl" ...Ml. ( H1S(. nv u i 1... 1. .n.vas n .... Nancy Kelly, starts at 7:00 and 11:00 Tnfnrmfttfnn PImmi" With Alice Marble will be shown once only at 8:30 o'clock nTHJfAMn rrultvale Ave. Hopkins UlSrlWiV 'PHANTOM SUBMARINE ANITA LOUISE & BRUCE BENNETT SO OU WON'T TALK -Joe IS. Brown PHTOPSY foothill Blvd. Fairfax t jftlXVr XA "PENNY SERENADE" TPTr.NTT DIINNK and CARY GRANT will be shown once only at 8:55 o'clock TOPPER RETURNS " with Joan Hlonflell & Carole Landis, atarta. at 7:00 & 10:35 rHUHVALt RAY MILLAND Veronica Lake in "I WANTED WINGS" Cowboy A The Blonde-Mary Beth Hughes Read Angelo Patrl'a Child Psychology, Column in The Tribune Dally Magazine fllTPUIV ean Pablo Stasiar a1 DENNIS O'KEEFJS Florence Hice-"Mr. District AttornnV "Remedy for Riches" with Jean Herahy' PARKWAY.. Park Blvd. r S. ltth "ADAM HAD 4 RONS" Warner BAXTER and Ingrid' BERGMAN "Mr. District A tlornfr "-Dennis O'Keafe GRANADA East 14th at 89th Ave. '-DE All MTV TVf.T'. sijjney toiler as Charlie Chan "Case of the Black Prrot"-Wm. Lnnalssn Sard Ave. and last lltta GREAT PLANE ROBRKRY' JACK HOLT & GRANVILLE OWEN also "Ellery Queen'a Penthouse Mrster PALACSc RIVOLI San Pablo near (InlvoraV Brian Aherne-Kay Francis "THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF" THE GREAT MR. NOBODY-Eddie Albert LORIN Adeline at Alcatraa MR. DISTRICT ATTORNEY' Dennis O'KEEFE and Florence RICE "Mexican Spitfire Out. West"-Lupe Velea PALACE SAN LEANDRO -"SIS HOPKINS" Judy Canova-Bob Crosby-Jerry Colonna 8CATTERGOOD BAINEg"-Guy Klbbee S77 Castro In TRCHNICOLOK 'BILLY, THE KID" with Robert , Taylor w AvrK-'PEOPI,E v.. DR. ' KIt.DABE' HAYWARD Annual Novena Set At Old St. Mary's The annual solemn novena honoring St.' Anne opens in Old St. Mary's Church, 7th and Jefferson Streets. Friday and concludes ' on July 27. , Father Francis X. Darmady" C.Ss.R., and Henry 0. Sutton, C-Ss.R., Redemptorist missionary priests from Holy Redeemer College, will condnct the, special devotions and preach the sermons. ! Sunday masses will be offered a 6:30, 8. 9,-JO, 11, and 12:lS. Weekday imasses vill be at 6:30, 7, and 9 a.m.; with- novena exercises- following the 9 o'clock mass, and other devotional exercises at 12:10 noon for the -'convenience of downtown workers, and each evening at 8 o'clock. : 1 , ' Special pray era will be featured la the Interest of world peace , TT"7 ' aat IStti Street at 7h Avenue RILJU "SON OF MONTE CRISTO" LqjiIs HAYWARD and- Joan BENNETT "SHE COULDN'T SAY. NO"-Roger pryor PrTXJtT T Phone FRuitvale 4)00 rUUllllU. KRROL FLYNN "FOOTSTEPS IN THE DARK" '"FATHER'S SON" with John LITEL QUEEN ELIZABETH CHINAWARE FREE DOORS' OPEN TONIGHT" AT B:13 UfDTTTMC Hnokina at 36th Avenue riVJrXVllNk) JEAN ARTHUR Chas. Cobtirn - "DEVIL MISS JONES" "Mr. District Attorney"-Dennis O'Keefe FREE! QUEEN MARY DINNER WARE! T HTTPPT Horjklns near 8th Av!iiie LAUnCL, .STRAWBERRY BLONDE" James CAGNEY and Rita HAYWORTH 'This Thrna Called Love'-Melvyn Douslas Blue Gold DINNER SET or Silverware EASTMONT "bandy "SANDY GETS HER MAN" "FATHER'S SON" with John LITEL 'BLUE RIBBON OVENWARE FREE PCODlTrt San Pablo at Fairmount LIUUI U "IDIOT'S DELIGHT" NORMA SHEARER end CLARK GABLE 'THE MAD DOCTOR' With Basil Rathbone GRAND LAKE Doors open 6:15 BETTE DAVIS and GEORGE BRENT "THE GREAT LIE" , also , MAJOR HOLLYWOOD STUDIO PREVIEW at S:30 . Due to the length of the Preview 'Penny SersfianV will .not be shown tonlte P-I-E-D-M-O-N-T 4186 Piedrnont Ave. Phone Piedmont J7JT SO ENDS OUR NIGHT" Fredrlc March and Margaret Sullavan 'Girl From Havana' with Dennis O'Keefe Eastbay's NEWEST BEST SOUND System FT PPV Can Pablo Ave. near Mtk lt I "CHAD HANNA" Henry Fonda-Dot Lamour-Linda Darnell "A Nlrht at Earl CarroUV-Ken Murray Telephone HI gate 8800 "KEEPING COMPANY" Frank MORGAN and Ann RUTHERFORD "BLACK DIAMONDS" with AnSy Devine RIALTO aaUa. JIBIMV jBolano at San Pablo iiiOAlS I 4 CHINA NIGHT Eddie Albert-THE CfREAT MR. NOBODY "SLEEPERS WEST" with Lloyd NOLAN : J A.P. Wlrephotoe Toflay'e Picture -with Today' New, to The Tribune Fox SENATOR jgfSZ Joan BLONDELL and Roland YOUNG TOPPER RETURNS"! also WIHIarn Boyd "BORDER VIGILANTES" T TtrV.iWvT VOGUE Phone LA kehurst 2-7331 "BLOOD SAND" Technicolor . Tyrone Power & Linda Darnall SCOTLAND YARD" With Nancy KellT Read Frank Kester' Sea tjtortei Every Day In The Tribune. TrtlWPP Telegraph Ave. t Claremont 1 Kj VV fail Doors open at 5:00 p.m. Thrilling Return Engagement of S Hitsl "Lives of a Bengal Lancer"-Gary Cooper Franchot Tone: also "'in Men A Girl" Deanna DURBIN-A. Menlou-STOKOWSKI m 1 1 1 i 1 1 - Central at Webater CHINAWARE TONIGHT Warner Baxter-' AD AM HAD FOUR SONS' 'Case of the Blaok Parrat'-Wrn. Lundigan NEPTUNE, ALAMEDA "LOVE CRAZY" WILLIAM POWELL and MYRNA LOY "PHANTOM SUBMARINE" - Anita Loeiee MATINEE DAILY AT 1:30 P.M. T ttc , Solano at The Alameda UiV&.3 "ZIEGFELD GIRL" James Slewart-Hedy Lamarr-Lana Turner SO ENDS OUR NIGHT-Margaret Sallavan I n HjrDTTC Bancroft at Telegraph CAMrUb STARTS TOMORROW FIRST EASTBAY SHOWING-Annabella & Louis Jouvet in "HOTEL du NORD" also Cary GRANT Sr Jean ARTHUR In 5l."ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS" -. Dt.niiL.lit. I '"IN THE NAVY'' - BUD ABBOTT and LOU COSTELLO MR. DYNAMITE, wnn CAUFORNIAn'lfrn?. r-fWl-INTTOUS PERFORMANCE DAI "ELha,.tr in "TOPPER RETUaVN Joan Blondell-Roland Young-Billie Burke Conrad Veldt-BLACKOUT-Valerie Kobaoa United Artists 2SS3 . HURRY, ENDS TODAY! ONE NITE IN LIS BON-Fred MacMurray Joel McCrea-RE ACHING. FOR THE BUI - TOMORROW TOP r t ATl'KKB! Prlscilla Lane-MlLLION DOLLAR BABY AFFECTIONATELY YOURS-MleOberon "STYLE-SMILES" by DQTTI Every Day-In THE TRIBUNE FQXU.C. Doors open 5 p.m. PRIDE PREJUDICIAL with Laurence Ollvier-Greer Garson BJ Preston Sturges' Great McGlnty-B.DonlevJ rvV . Telephone Richmond S84CT 8TF I UA, .'gtirnlVR FOR THE SUN" ilflLM JOEL McCREA and ELLEN DREW , also "MUTINY IN THE ARCTIC Wltn RICHARD. AKLCN Mm ijtvu-.. Telephone Richmond 1331 : - GENE IRtNII tn "TOBACCO ROAD"l Jae . KIZPINO COMTA.NT with Frank HNIM ,5

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