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OAKLAND TRIBUNE. : SATURDAY JULY 19, 1941 REMOVAL OF U.S. ENVOYS POINTS GRAVE DANGER TO MOSCOW lnr.fi War .'lei s-VMlJ T T Ul I J Foreseen by-News Analyst ATTENDING THE OPENING OF TELENEWS THEATER If Hitler Conquers RussiaBritish Will ; - Have to Invade Reich ' Br DEWITT MACKENZIE . " The Trlbane Special News Service -- The news most significant of the trend In the battle along the Rus sian front Is that part of the per-' sonnel of , the American embassy has moved from Moscow to Kazan, 450' miles eastward, thus emphasizing the growing danger to the So viet capital, , That precautionary move fits in ; with the word from the fighting line, which continues to sway and bulge constantly swinging deeper Into Bed territory, threatening to break and pour the Nazi Invaders . across the plains that lead to los t-uw. DEFENSE FIEBCED What has happened in this cen tral sector of the front is that the Germans have forced the powerful natural defense at Smolensk, the gateway to the capital. This defense is a strip of land between the Dvina ' and Dnepr Rivers, The Nazis have exploited this achievement rapidly. driving deep salient into the kus- stan front and constantly lnereas. . Ing the threat of complete break In the Red line at this crucial point. . But the Bolshevists still continued to fling themselves against the Ger man steel irt a defense which, in view of the Nazi superiority in air nd mechanized land equipment, . has been remarkable both for its bravery and its strategic direction LONG WAR LIKELY Although the battle isn't decided as yet. it is clear that the Germans re pressing forward toward their ' immediate objectives. However, the. war is still young if the Bolshevists dont collapse in this first on tlaught. The impression is growing en both sides of the Atlantic that Bit' ler is preparing to offer Britain iMI peace terms if he is successful in this invasion, , With the Bolshevists conquered, Hitler would fce lord of the entire continent of Bvrope. He would have obtained from Russia many of the supplies, especially the breadstuffs 1 and oil, which he so badly needs, He wouldn't have made the Reich ' self-sufficient, but it's highly prob able that he would have acquired sufficient supplementary supplies to enable him to feed Europe and maintain his military position In the face of the British blockade, which has been slowly strangling the con- Oaltland threw open its arms last rtnent. 1 evening and welcomed ,s the Tole- ' OFFER IS LOGICAL Jnews'thealer; the-Teicnews, on the Should Hitler reach this height other hand, threw open Its doors and as the greatest conqueror of all found lUieH -Urbie to Contain all of time, what could be more logical ,, . f, ..... , than that he offer peace to the BuiiwHiiwiiiijw'jujuymjuyUT 1 1 r'n H'" " I "TMitf"lP I S" . . ' . '1-1 V' ' M A S jV - -'' ir ' ' ' 8 ft I " ? : . . ' f ' . , ! ,' , ' I t, -: -i- ! i: : . . . . ,.-.;. i : i II mfr-ai.vm n nt mmmmmmtmmi i mm tmmMmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmtmmmm- iiBiiii"irsfciiisWsmriiwiisi Parley Over French Colony Women, Children. Moy Be Evacuated From Somalifand ' VICHY, July 19. (JPh The French have begun parleys with the British over evacuation or women ana children from French Somaliland, it was learned today, indicating hope virtually has -been given up that the outpost of France's empire would be able to hold out-against British and Free-French blockade, (British headquarters at Cairo re ported yesterday that an offer had been made to the French Governor at Jibuti to remove women and children, from' the colony at. the head of the Gulf of Aden, bordered bv British-cactured Eritrea, Ethi nnla and British Somaliland.) It was reportea nere inat me sit uation at the colony has grown worse daily since June 21 when the Vichy Government said it had re ceived an ultimatum that the colony be turne"d bver to General Charles De Gaulle's Free French or be blockaded. - Informed sources said the present narlevs were coinff on through "in termediaries," but It was not disclosed who they were. United States diplomatic circles said they had not been approached to serve as go-betweens in such discussions. RUSSIAN TROOPS DIG IN, THEN CHARGE WITH BAYONETS Return to Trench Warfare Reported; Big Reserve Army Behind Lines, Claim Mist Helen Crlenkovich, San Francisco,' natlonlly known diver was a visitor at the Telenews Theater opening last night. Ellis W. levy, theater chain's coast director, explained the workings of the teletype machine In the lobby. At the right John Hassler, Oakland city manager, at the microphone during the dedicatory broadcast. Tribune photos. Crowds at Telenews House Overflow the Accommodations Allies? The terms, one assumes, would contemplate t stalemate in which be would be left alone in ', a domination of the continent amounting to outright possession. . Such peace would give the Nazi .leader chance to consolidate his position in a Europe which already Is in the grip of chaos. He must have this time, for even if he has ambitions to conquer the whole world (as many of his opponents , have been charging) he couldn't achieve this in one uninterrupted sweep. BRITISH TO KEFUSE Lord Halifax, British ambassador, speaking in San Francisco yester day, declared that there could be no peace with Hitler. The ambassa dor also pointed to the recent state' ment by British Foreign Secretary Eden that there can be no dealings . with Hitlerism. Britain long has taken the attitude that Hitler and Hitlerism must be smashed. rne alternative to., sucn a peace would be that Britain and her Al lies must invade the lion's den and drag Hitler out by main force. That would be a tremendous task, -hi volving a long war. However, al tnougn we tsrltisn are luuy pre pared to meet such a situation, they express the belief that Hitler cannot achieve enr victorr which wOl make hint independent of essential supplies that normally pass through the blockade. Italians Send New , Unit to Russ Front NEW YORK, July m-f-The Rome radio said today another unit f Italian armed forces had left for the Russian war front after a send, eff by Adelchi Serena. Fascist party secretary, and. General Ugo Cavsl-lero, undersecretary of war and chief of the Italian Army general itaff. ' First detachment of motorized iroops were reviewed July 3 by Premier Mussolini before their departure to fight alongside Adolf Hitler's leglensa gainst Soviet Russia, - French Official Named VICHY, July 19. W Pierre Pu- rneu, secretary or industrial pro- oucrion in me vicny Government, as named today as secretary of State for interior. : I T 1 1 1 1 1 T J i In Technicolor! KOBEKT TAYLOR Dilly, the Kid Srlrla Bidntr-Hiiaichr-r Bormrt In WACONS ROLL AT NIGHT T 1 Frank Capra't at John Doe Gary ( or-Br fcr Stanwyck the guests seeking admission. As a consequence, the area of Franklin and Fifteenth Street took on a holiday garb and began to look more like the ojd days when Maude Fulton was holding court at what Is now the Telenews, intro ducing new plays and "playing hostess to such selcbrities as Florence Reed, Mrs. Leslie Carter, Edward Everett Horton and Nana Bryant. There Is little resemblance be tween the old Fulton and the 'new Telenews beyond the four walls of the outer structure, however. Under the direction of Ellis Levy, the in terior of the theater has been altered by a re'seating arrangement, the walls and ceiling glisten with new paint, and the lobby has been turned into a modern museum of news transmission. MAPS IN LOBBY In the lobby are maDS showing tnewar area, clocks giving the time in various countries of the world, frames of news pictures, a teletvne clattering out tne latest developments in the world's progress, and MOUBoaffting station where visi tors may air their opinions on the passing scene. It Is all pari of the new idea in factual entertainment. For "Its' opening bill the telenews offered a comprehensive survey of the world situation, culling ita news clips from all of the major film J agencies and adding to 'the news reels proper occasional entertainment items such as a new "Informa tion Please" with Wendell Willkie as guest of the "experts" who know everythmg and don't hesitate to tell it. SALUTE TO OAKLAND As a special item for the inaugural bill,. Levy presented a film "Salute to Oakland," reviewing the easicay scene, snowing the housing condl' tions, the factories, the downtown business areas and the playgrounds and beauty spots of the community. In. the future each week will have a news clip of some important local event, according to announcement In opening the. theater, Levy limited his ceremonies to the air and made hi civic gestures in the lobby where Mayor John Slavich and City Manager' Jack . Hassler gave the project an official blessing. Inside thet(theater,( entertainment was left lftr.fevsftrfan,,,nd the Tolencws started, without any official Intro-diiCtionVZitt "chore of providing i new type of show for theatergoers, CONTINUOUS PROGRAM The Telenews plans to operate on a continuous basis with shows changing every hour. The re-seat- ing arrangement gives sufficient leg room between- the rows to permit passage of patrons without disturb ing Ihttee already seated. News broadcasts will be made over KLX, The Tribune station, from the lobby, There will be a complete change of program each Friday and addi tions made- during the week when newsworthy items -are received. Levy, who operates the Telenews here and in San Francisco, is i sociated with a chain of similar theaters in New York, Cleveland and Denver. News reels are transferred to the" theaters out of the New York and San Francisco headquar ters of the newsreel agencies by plane. A popular' priced policy is in effect. When Pictures Start Esquire "The Bride Came C.O.D." 1:25, 4:25. 7:25, 10:25 p.m.; "Flight From Destiny," 12:05, 3:05, 6:05, 8:05 p.m. I el Fox Oakland "Barnacle Bill," 12:05, 3:30, 7:00, 10:20 p.m.! "The Get- Away," 1:85, 5:20, 8:45, 12:00 p.m. Orpheum"They .. Met in . Bom bay," 1:05, 3:45, 6:25, 9:10, 11:50 p,m. "The Bride Wore Cruetches," 12:00 noon; 2:35, 5:20, 8:00, 10:40 p.m. Paramounl-'The Shepherd of the Hills, 3.33, .6:01. 0:1Z, 12:23 p.m.; "Dcnee Hall," 1:25, 4.33, 7:44, 10:55 p.m. ,. : Roxie "That Hamilton Woman," 1 09,-4:09, T.1V, 8:50 p.m. LAST DAT ROGER1 ' -Deanli MORGAN KITTY FOYLE ALSO . Richard And? ARLEN DEV1NI Uather Pushers St'NDAT Boom Town Ellery Queen, Detective Nazi-Swiss Trade Parley Concluded r BERN, Switzerland, July 19. (P) German-Swiss commercial nego tiations were concluded today, after Drolonged discussions, with the signing of an agreement extending until the end of 1942 the "'clearing arrangement between the two. counr tries. (Only yesterday the German press launched another of its periodical attacks upon Switzerland, the authoritative commentary Dienst Aus Deutschland asserting that Germany was watching "with growing astonishment the not understand' able hesitancy" of Switzerland on the issue of European solidarity against Bolshevism.") Swedish Arms Train Crashes, Blows Up STOCKHOLM, July 19. W A Swedish munitions train exploded today in a head-on collision with ap express train at Krylbo Station north of Stockholm with an initial detona tion heard for miles and a series of shell bursts that continued for hours. The munitions train was reported partly made up of German cars. Criminal and explosive experts were dispatched to Kryblo to conduct an investigation. Transport' of r German1 'division, across Sweden from Norway to Finland was reported virtually finished at the end of last week. Continued from Page 1 mention of the- operations before Kiev and in Bessarabia. The Government newspaper Iz- vestia said Russian troops were re sorting to trench warfare, digging individual foxholes where the soldiers waited out the storm of Ger man shell and mortar firevand dive bombers and then turned loose ma-ehine-gun and automatic arms lire when the; infantry advanced. " When the Germans even then were not stopped the Red soldiers faced them with the bayonet, it was said. Izvestia indicated these . tactics were designed to slow up the German advance while the People's Army, which Joseph- Stalin has called into being from the rank and file of Soviet citizens, is being massed behind the front. (A dispatch from Istanbul, Turkey, quoting an Axis diplomat w(ho recently arrived from the Soviet Capital, declared a Russian Army 4,000,-1 000 strong is waiting behind-Mpscow, presumably ready to be thrown forward at the critical moment) . SJeventy-one German planes were declared to have been destroyed in the last three days. Destruction of five oil barges and two transports, in a river of fire When Red bombers attacked a con voy on the lower Danube also was reported. (Big refineries in . Rumania's Ploesti oil fields, and tanks con taining 20,000 tons of oil have been destroyed by Russian bombers, an authoritative source in Ankara declared.) - The Soviet Information Bureau Issued a statement indicating an impending rapprochement with the Polish Government in exile in England. The statement said "the .peoples of the Soviet Union extend a friendly hand to the fraternal Polish people in the name of a final victory over the common enemy." ' U.S; Plane Exports Drop $40,742,63! Worth Of Aircraft Sent C Abroad in May Two Ships Frortj U.S. Reach Morocco CASABLANCA, French Morocco, July 19. 0F) The French tanker Sheherazade and French freighter Nsjrmoutler arrived at Casablanca from the United States today, marking the resumption of trade relations betwen America and French North" Africa in accordance with a recent agreement It was trouble over the Sheher azade, which was seized by the British in May and held at Bermuda for several weeks, that temporarily cut the trade route. The tanker unloaded 2000 tons of American oil at Dakar and arrived here with 15,000 more tons. The Noirmoutier brought a mixed cargo, including sugar, textiles,, tea and cotton. Befa Kirn, Communist Leader, Captured BERLIN, July 19. (JP) Bela Kun, leader of the 1919 Communist revolt in Hungary In 1919, has been taken prisoner by Ukrainian Nationalists, the Deutsche Allgemeine Zeitung said today, quoted a Buda pest report. Kun was active in the Ukraine, the report said, and was surprised by the swift advance of the Germans. He was seized, the report added, as he was about to' take off in a plane. Naval Chairman Urges Priorities WASHINGTON, July 19. Chairman Vinson (D. Ga.) of the House Naval Committee complained today that although the eountry regarded the Navy as its first line of defense, "other things" were given prior call on defense mate vials. The National policy is that nothinfe is more important' than building these naval ships," he de dared, adding that despite a wide. spread belief that the Navy was expanding fast his committee had found that scheduled dates could not be met 'without spending an extra $585,000,000. Vinson did not specify the "other things" but did say he feared there was a defintc threat to the Navy shipbuilding program unless prior ity ratings were changed to accelerate the flow of supplies to It - WASHINGTON, July 19. (AH The United State shipped abroad 511 planes valued at $40,742,631 during May, a decline of 60 craft and $6,335,274. in value from April, the" Commerce Department reported to day. The department no longer discloses the destination of exported planes,- but presumably most oi thenf went to. Englahd, with the. balance gojng to British Empire countries or to China. Only 490 engines worth $2,230,771 were exported in May, a decline o 210 units from April. The dolls Value of May engine shipments was" the lowest in 1J2 months Mav exnorts of enaine carts and accessories were valued at )S2,149, 488, a decline jof $966,104 from April, but other classifications were higher, Instruments totaled $1,130,020, an increase of $471,471 over April; pro pellers amounted to. $2,036,438, an increase of $157,306, and other parts and accessories totaled $4,574,006. During the first five months e4 this year, exports of aeronautical products amounted t $244,847,233) compared with $110,795,802 in th corresponding period of 1940. Roosevelt Works On Draft Message WASHINGTON, July 19.-r- President Roosevelt vdftt to work today on the message he will send to Congress next week urging re mbval of the one-year limit for mill tary service of .draftees. National Guardsmen and reserves. The message will go up to Capitol Hill sometime after Monday. On that day, officials said, the Chief Executive will check the rough draft with War Department and of- , ficialg. No appointments were made fox today or tomorrow in order that the President might employ his full time on the message 1 1 1 . 1 . - ... .,jp . infaafi iiniii""''j"'--.1-jj";- 1 1 i -t ii -Ti ' " v : . , J 'j- - j --.--..i '.l----j ) Im ...imiiifit i in in ii in in w mMMWWUilniAfcMjiiTiL dm i-n ii ' -iii if . -j i. jinn-inT ' . T rr It LA kehurst 2-443H JOWL SHOWS TONITE 'ttsS wtfSSSSBK .bauniiHT n ni inn . nouni UTO ran- .-. Box Office Open 'Til 11 m. Vivien lugh LAURENCE OLIVIER 'That Hamilton Woman' . -J AT,BO "WILL ENGLAND WE INVADED? BETTE DAVIS JAMEB CAGNKX 'Bride Came C.O.D.' and "FLIGHT PROM DESTINY" Jeffrey Lyntt 1 M jmr ii cV 1 m THE SHEPHERD EE 5 Dnyi Mtarti Today r -3 PLUS C L.DAbUJ ESMOND OBRIU Announcing Another SAT., JULY 26, 2:30 P. M !wif Affltsi fin SnsY at Ptitttttn Mat. Pricr-rc, Kc, 110, 1.65 Tonight at :30 RVENINO PRICKS! , flo-8.-.c-V.lll-$l.i-S2 3 SpI ! Wfnlfrlnnd, WA. 011! I Hh.rmn, Clay, H. r., TX. H58S nd Osllland, HI. mA. Slie tint. Adm, Seatit on sale At bo offlf. T P. M. EVERY NIGHT FOR LIMITED ENGAGEMENT. I'.'niiHiitilT Om ,i.u MIIM K .SIS. A Inul Oil EHM3M3I nr viiRiiiiir- 'M Uf lilt IIILL3 ZA JOHN WAYNE- BETTY FIELD K' Dance Hall' 1 CESAR BOMEKO. SPORTS br ART COHN. Th Jhbunt Sports Editoi- VOGUE Phon LA kchurirt S-733T FRANK CAPIA'S "MEET JOHN DOE" Gary COOPtB St Barbara SXANWrCKa Central at Wehtter c NEPTUNE Roht. CumminBs-DEVIL A "THE GREAT LIE" with Betto DAVIS WW JEAb AETHUB MISS JONES F03C U.C. "ROAD T aUM Thrills! SonKul TO ZANZIBAR" Bob Hosa-Blnc Crbr-Dorothy Lamonr ADAM HAD 4 SONS with Ingrid Bergman Extra I Disney's Donald Duck 'Fir Chief f ire Solano at Tha Alameda , "THE GREAT LII" ' Bette- Davis-George Brent-Mary Astor "Great American Broadeast"-Allce Faye BLUE RIBBON OVEN SERVICE FREE TO THE LADIES ALL DAY TODAY &: gun 'Til 5 Continuous both daya 1 to 11 fHIWDTTC! Bancroft at Telegraph Wijy.LrUO LAST TIMES TONIGHT FIRST EASTBAY SHOWING-Annabella Sc Lonls Jonvet in "HOTEL in NORD" also Cary GRANT & Jean ARTHUR In "ONLY ANGELS HAVE WINGS" BTOSTI r'V Shattuck at Chuilna UljiXlU.JUJUi-1 A . Inak 'IN THE NAVY" 4. BUD ABBOTT and LOU COSTELLO 'MR. DYNAMITE" With Lloyd NOLAIf CALIFORNWKlttif!,ttpu5? CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE DAILY CHARLIE CHAPLIN A JACK OAKIS In "THH GREAT DICTATOR"! also Marl one Dietrich-Bruce Cabot-MlKbeAae "FLAME OF' NEW k ORLEANS" United Artists Ph TWlnnaksHOO poeiTivetv-IjAst times todayi MILLION DOLLAR BABY-Priaeilla Lena MerleObcron AFFECTIONATELY YOURS Starts Tomorrow TWO SMAPH HITSl Bob Hope In "CAUGHT IN THE) DRAFT' also WEST POINT WIDOW-Anna Shirlar STATE 'The BjdeWnreCroteheg' f f YUM UUji si mwt ruts im Most 12rH & Bdwy. GL-820Q m r,'lllH'1 BOYD COUM CAHTOOM TLUTO'S i timtir out CANC comidt -noiDi I . . ... - . . - jpomrrtl i I . 'aft i -SrllTJ 11 "Tmn show extY . SPAKSS 6 I f fPytWTUB OF CAPT. MARVEL. . mints I ' "iimji "' JEAN ARTHUR DEVIL AND MS JONES And Still They Come! The Nation's Ontatandlasr Dane Orrhratraal Tomorrow IVlte! CHARLIE BARNE The Klnc of the Saxophone and His Great Orchestra IwLvii En Tbe Smart riaee te Dance BETTE DAVIS GREAT- LIE ticerte Brent-Matr Aster I W 9 I II 1 1 1 1 III 1 Todar "n. Mfta. Alice Faya-Dea Amtche Carmea Miranda THAT NIGHT IN RIO and Jeaa Artaur-Charlee Cebara DEVIL AND MISS JONES- Local, National and WorlfJ-Wide NEVS- EVENTS ONE HOUR SHOW nuu AY. 25o r J-J-J-LJ- H - "ViVli I. CHARLIE CHAPLIN . I !TnS Pauletto Goddard-JacK Oakle I I MmJ I THE SREAT DICTATOR fl 'JjlLiiisaJ I Flame of New Orleans II i I ijlJ:llJ'Vj J 'amlmmiSr liilaLll eii liM eF ; : c r- ' ' "1 eai, numn. m 6L.i6ii " J j RAT M1LLAND-FRANCES FARMER j m - in Technicolor . ft I (17n TTI17- I m m rr mmm I I lllllalllllllllllHI r3 I. . I III II llliA'l'l' 1 1 .-J." -AM 111! I ii'" VtLViilM- I A I i . "an mi . 1 .11 wxrs , . III I A-v 131 ' r -weee Telephone Richmond 2331 CAROLE LOMBARD In ."MR. AND MRS. SriTU "1 also Vlrrlnla Brace In "INVISIBLE WOMAN" T FOX Telephone Richmond SM . 'ONE NIGHT fN LISBON" Madeleine CARROLL-Fred MacMURRAY Sc "MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF" with BRIAN AHERNE and KAY FRANCIS raUaai n niTr1 Foothill Blvd. it Seminary WU U "ROAD TO ZANZIBAR" Bins Crosbr-Dorothy Lamour-Bofc Hone "Mr. District Attoraer"-lMnms U'Keeie CHIMES College at Shaftei I WANTED WINGS" RAY MILLAND-VERONICA LAKE and Brian DONLEVYi once only at 8:45 D.m. "TOPPESTltETrBNS" with Joan Blondell Sz CardiOLandis, trt Bt 7:00 r 11:00 rillWOMH Froltvale Ave. tc Hooklns UlWlVJViU CONTINUOUS SHOW Bette DAVIS 1 In "THE GREAT LIE" "MEET THE WILDCAT"-Ralph Bellamy rSTPrSY Foothill Blvd. & Fairfax f tUC AA "PENNY SERENADE" IRENE DUNNB and. CARY GRANT will be shown at 6:00 and S.'SS o'clock TOPPER RETURNS" with Joan Blondell & Carole Landis, once -only at 8:30 p.m. FRUITY ALE last 14th Jt 37th Ave. RAY MILLAND Veronica Lake In "I WANTED WINGS" Cowboy A Tbe Blende-Mary Beth Hushes PARKWAY, Park Blvd. Ac K. lttti ROAD la ZANZIBAR' Bln Crosby-Dorothy Lamour-Bob Hoe also "Ellery Queen's Penthonse Mystery", March of Tlme-"C'HINA FIGHTS BACK" GRANADA East 14th & 89th Ave. nnnns nwrv a.aa Fredrie Mareh-":o ENDS OUR NIGHT" aiso -nin liomiNS- with Judy Canova HAL MORRIS A His TALENT PARADE PALACE S.lrd Ave. and East 15th "ROAD TO ZANZIBAR" Bine Crosby-Dorothy Lamour-Bob Hooe Mr. District Attorney-Dennia O'Kecfa RIVOLI fian Pahlo near UniveTsiry "so n vn" mi wrr.BT" Fredrie MARCH Maraaret SULLA VAV also "SIS HOPKINS" with Judy Canova " T pTJvT Adeline at Alcatraa -VttUl -ROAD TO ZANZIBAR" Blnr Crosby-Dorothy Lamour-Bob Hop & "There's Maalo in Maslc"-Al)an Joaea PALACE, C HTtUffSY San Pablo tk Stanford Van 1 VV iV I "THE E A WOLF" Edward G. ROBINSON & Ida LUPINO THE GREAT MR. NOBOPY-Bddie Alh-rt S AN LJEANDRO 1ADY FROM CHEYENNE' Loretta YOUNO & Robert PRESTON 'SO ENDS OUR NIGHT"-Fredrio March HAYWARD 5 7 7 Castro In TECHNICOLOR. "BILLY. 'THF KID" with Robert Taylor Lew Ayres-'PEOPLE vs. PH. KII.D ARB I n UlU.MM n Mil Twwnwwmn CERRITO Ban Pablo at Falrmount "NICE GIRL" DEANNA DURBIN r FRANCHOT TONE "BIDE, KELLY, RIDE"-Marvin Stephens LOUIS vs. CONN -FIGHT PICTURES Sat Sun. A Eve, Pins Tu NUDISTS On the gcreeat FnExcn FOLLIES ON THE STAGE GET UP A PARTY Midnight Show TONIGHT LADIES WELCOME NO MINORS RITZ East 12th Street at 7th Avenue "C-O-M-R-A-D-E X" I CLARK GABLE and HEDY LAMARR also "Ellery Queen, Master Detective" GRAND LAKE FOOTHILL Phone FR uitvale 4100 GARY COOPER JeanArthur-MB DEEDS GOE8 TO TOWN IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT-Clark Gable -DOORS OPEN AT 1:45 TONIGHT HOPKINS Hopkins at 35th Aventnrp 'no ENrrapoiiR Mir:nT" Fredrio. J ARCH & Margaret SULLA VAN liREAT PLANE ROBBERY with Jack Belt LAUREL Hopkins near 38th Avenue Cont. Show-James Caaaev S1KAWBERRY BLONDE Olivia deHAVILLAND r Rita Hayworth "THIS THING CALLED LOVE" Rosalind RUSSELL gt Melvyn DOUGLAS" CARTOONS and SELECTED SHORTS EASTMONT -"SSiErS IE. ILI c DEANNA DURBIN tc FRANCHOT TONE Bl-OISIJIK GOES LATIN-PennySincleton TW.inoaks "BOO Cont. from 1:00 RAY MILLAND and BRIAN DONLEVY "I WANTED WINGS" , Feature starts at 2:42 - 8:43 and 10:44" ALICE FAYE and JACK O A K I E "GREAT AMERICAN BROADCAST" Feature starts-at 1:00-5:01 and S02 TSja-- "EVERY SEAT A LOOE 4186 Piedmont Ave. Phone PI edmont 2727 .-"DEVIL AND MISS JONES" Jean Arthur and Charlea Cobum "SOUTH OF SUEZ" with GeorKe Brent TODAY as SUN. Continuous from 1 p.m. Cv-TiiAJkKialXaHaaaOI P-I-E-D-M-O-N-T Ban Pablo Ave near 35th CHEROKEE STRIP" - ELREY RICH A1TD DIX and VICTOR JORY YOUNG PEOPLEi; with JACK OAKIE a RIALTO Telephone HI lata S8O0 "A-R.I-Z-O-N-A" . JEAN ARTHUR and WILLIAM KOLDEN 'MARCH ON, MABINES'-Dennia Morsau nsmz tmm ALBANY . Solano at San Pablo CONTINUOUS! SHOW Carmen Mlranda-THAT NIGHT IM RIO "DEVIL A MISS JONES" Jean Arthui Behind-th- Financial -Scene" With Louis H. Schneider in The Tribune M:U:.vt.n.)ti TOX7lT TelesraDh Ave. atClaremont lJV1 iH j.cir London's ThrUlin Tale-"THE SEA WOLF"-B O. mebiasea Ida Lupine-John Garfield; aim "Ride On, Vaaere"-Ceaar Rasaeve-Mary at. alaahes Fox SENATOR TW tnoakaUOS 1 Open 12:30 p.m. CHARLIE CHAPLIN fn "THE GREAT DICTATOR"! also Warrea WILLIAM in LONE WOLF TAKES A CgANCr

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