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THE BAKEK8FIEU) CALIFORNIAN, MONDAY, 8EMEMBJ5R 7, 1938 "GORGEOUS HUSSY" AT FOX Congressional, at Stake in Primaries Open in Mornintf I'rrix Lrimrrt Wirti * i SKATn.K. Sept. 7. More thnnj 000 eiuidldiito.M for eongreMHlnnnl nnd «tn,te offlcnx minle Ihelr t'lnnl iippoiilH ludiiy for votoH In loinorrow'H prl- ; mary el«-i'llon, riiillim one of \Vnnh- Inglon'H inofl Inrlmlenl cnnipnlKilM. Aliproxlmiitrly riOO.oon volei-H wore expected 1" m.irli tlvlr rliolceH on (ho new liliinKet prliniirv biillol. Which will penult them to biillol for nomlniillon of nindldatc.H In cither piiity. Tlieri- u-rre 7ii3.41M t registered volern. nn nil time hlfth. rxepedlng Hie l!i:i: record liy iihoiil 30,000. 'l'hrrp-\Vny niilllc The race for Hi" Heinocrnllc nuher- natorlnl nomination ileveloped Into n three-wny battle between clovernor ; Clarence I'. Martin. Hint" 'PreiiHiirer (Hto A. I'n.ie. Townsend ranrlldnte and KlriK County iSenttlei CoimnlH- sloner John C. Hd-vennon. who tidvo- nated the "l'roduetkni-for-1 :se" IM/in , nf the Washington ConiiMonwoiillh Federation Three of the Htiite'H H|X congrns- slnnn.l Hi'iilN were vacant, two heliiK i cniiHod by the doiitliH nf ItoproHonlii- i tlven Marlon A /loneliech and Wen- ! Iry hl'iyd and the third by Ihft up- polntnient to the I!. H. hoard of tux appeals of lloprpHontallvc Hiuniiel Mill. In the other three illHtrlelH, Itepre- Hent.iillven Mnrtlii I 1 '. HmlHi and Knilln IIIII aro unopponed. \Viinian In I tare [lohalle .InncH Dill, divorced wife of Kx-Hcnator C. (I. 1)111, campnlgticd for Hill's vacnnl post. In eastern Washington, oilier candidates were 15. K. Hunker, former stnle director of connnrvatlon and develnpinniil nnd chairman of the Columbia HiiMln ComnilNlon, nnd .liulKo CharloH II Noavy of HpoUann county. Noted Clubwoman Dies at Bay Home ll'nilril I'rrm Lfnufil Wlrr) SANTA MONICA!,, Hept. 7.--Mrs. I/oiltse McChiro, promlnenl buy cltlou cltibwotniin and wife of Colonel Ham nel McClnre, publl«her of tho Hnnl/i Monica (nitlooU. died nl her home hern yewletdny from nn nltncU of heart dlweiiHe. Hhe wns 'ill yeai'H old. In addition to her miclnl ni'llvllleK. Mrs. Mct'hire took nn active purl In ' the political iiffnlrH of the rlty. hav | inK orjfanl/.ed the Harita Monlcn Hny District \\(iinen'n llcpiihllraii club lieHldi'H her hiiHhnnd. iihe IM Hiir vlveil by n Him. Itoberl 10. MrClnre of Pamidcrui. nml n daiiKhter. Mir.; .1. I) l''\mk, wife of tin. IninliioHn' rniiniiKer of the Hmiln Mmili-n pnpei Kiinernl FiervlroM an* lo bo coiHlui'i'.il • here Imn'iiTow. ' Find Pomona Man Dead in His Coupe f t ,iiMi*'tiliVii' /'rrun l.rtturtt II irf > 1'iiMONA, Mopl 7 C'linernl Hor\ Icon were iiiTniiK''d l"dn>' for ('harlcH o. Kennedy, dlnlrlct »uper- Intendenl of the Houlliern Callfor ; nla HdlHon Compnny. wlio WIIM found dend In n roiipo neni' nn nlil Water pump Mite Sninluv Kennedy dlHiipponreil AiiKiml '.".> Hherlff's (InpntleH reported n hnno wan run froin the exhnuHl pipe Inl" the cliwod cnr. Hlnec |I|H nun \VIIH killed In n I raffle lu-rldent nenr San r>le«o two yi-arn nji' 1 . frleiiilM nnlil. Kennedy had nppcarcd defipi>ndenl Unlirrl Tiiylnr and ilium Crawford JTAIITINO off the great''!- inuvli CTAUTII tj season with nigger and I id I pictures than ever, the Kox then- IM- presenlH for the first half of Labor day week. "The (Surgeons IhiMiiy." with .loan Crawford 'is I'cKKV H'Nelll In the renter of the scandal storm that shook \Vasli liiKlon society durlm,' lln< ndmlnls- Ira I Ion of Andrew Jackson. Also headed In the case Is the popular Iliilieri Taylor, Lionel Hurrymore. Kriiiielint Tone and Melvyn iJoug- las. The second feature sliowlng Is ('hesler Morris and Kay Wra,y In I lie hilarious comedy, "They Mel In n Tnxl." Radio Programs Tonight KOO-HPO— Mullnrul nromlnilllna Cometnr—Hlippllet oroo'«m. to: KM, KECA. KF8D. KflW, KRX. KOMO. KHO. KIR. KOA. KOA, KOHL, KDYL. KtllH. KTAH. KFRR-nntt—DDn L« «"rt CnlnmbU—Silppll.i progrimi tat Kill. KI1B. K08, KM), KQW, KFUK. KmM. KOL. KVI K8L. KOIN. KETY. 10 GETAODITIONS Kern Camp Will Be Included in Expansion I'luns by Fcdcnil Bureau lAjiswfaitfd f'rens I,rated Wire) HAN f'TtANCIHCO, Hept. 7 .—Hex- j ford O. Ttiffwoll said thn Hesc.ltli> j ! ui(?nt Administration will contlnuo | ! Its migrant workers' pumps In Call- | fornla and expand tho experiment ] I along lite J'ii''|fle const. i ! Might additional California camps ; I previously nnnoiinrod will bo eon- istniotod und oili'«r romps nro planned In Oregon nnd Washington. The Mnr,VM'llle mill Arvln ramps, which run arcommotlitle nboiit 100 fiimllloH, will he c.vpnmlml, Tugwell Haiti, lo handle iibonl twlco (he prrseiil number. There are about 00,000 migrant tvorUnr families, TtigWRll mild the Resettlement Administration which ho heads has no now projects under consideration. Tint greatest problem, ho said, Is In tin: great pltilim drought region, "where thn government has been spending large sums each year Just to keep people alive." California nnd I ho Pacific slope, the undi'i-Hoorolary of agriculture mild, Klvc Ills administration relatively little lo worry about, Hoselllo- nient loans thus far have been Hindu to Homo (iTjO.OOO farmers, about 2400 of them tn California. California lonns, however, average aboul $1(100, compiired with tho nil- tloniil a voi-ago. ">( ISRu, llu said nroiind T'< per cent of tho borrowers have been mailing piiymunts on tho IOIIIIH, the percentage being hlKhnr In the west. IS THAT TRUE? to ft;30 p. m. network —1.11* 6-/X) l< KHN nnd Theulci Nil' 1 network lain IXil.bH. WfiXAl .HecordliiK«; VlrllhiK With ir., i 'n ii- Mnr KNX r>lel< Tni' Ori'hhNl i n In fi:1fi. 6:30 to OiOO p. m. KKItN anil iinlworli l/ux NIK' iiclwnilt Mine I'rrlnilo. WOXAI UcrcirillniJH. KNX—fi <r,, Jiieh ArniNlrtiiiu 6:00 to 0:30 p. m. KM TIN' ami niilworli- -\Viiy-iif i trrhi'Hi rn, NIK' nel wnrli —I'niitMili'il Minn' WflXAl- NOWN Kin nil i'." ii Ifi. HIT Cniii'orl In 'i-.iri KNX MuHli'iii""(I: l!i. N>«6:30 to 7:00 p, m KICItN' Mun-li of Tlnii-. r. A llolfe fM'i'lieMni N'lIC ni'tu'oih -I iron I l.llllr;< (ilioiiy ' in lii'iiirn Wl'.X Al II •<:.. Mln-li In-.. 111 M KNX Hi'iivi-iili i. "f SIIMK. Kln« 7:00 tn 7-.:)0 KICKS' anil notwiiili i:, rlt Ann. il MM I limn Nln 1 ii v ir.. \VilX A I HUII.TM KNX I'llMii'i ili.i-i 7'lfi, I'rury l.iine 7::lO to fl:00 Kh:ilN anil fill Mil' iii<luork Wi'.X A I l.i iv « an,I Si,IK KN'X N'-wIyi < 'n wl.ny 11:00 Kl:lt\ mill lli'iifrcw n( . mnl Anih ; cl« MUM Ml"|- mil KliiK to H;10 twin! l ra . N'lIC nel w Molly VS'r.X Al I |i'llv»i'cicl mi S Hi, I'Vanli VS'alanalii K NX I iffleici i.f Ih.' Wc.rlil liani'i-i. I'Milic'r .Mcil ......... I STATIONS 8:30 iinil K K11 N Cllllf. Nln 1 network i ircheslni. U'liXAl- HotlK! to 9:00 p. not wirU - m, I la will | •limcl lllmlier'H I||(M; S'4i'., VI,- Huymotul lltidou anil Andy Dovluo A NDY- hnis discovered soniRlhlng .unusual aboul thn plot of '.'Yellowstone," tho thrilling mystery romance produced by Universal In tho world-famous national park bearing the same nnmO. "Yellowstone," which is npw playing nt tho Nile theater, was produced with many historical features of Yellowstone National Park as tho background for tho action and development of tho plot. Tho cast Includes such favorites as Raymond Matton, Alan l-Tale, Judith Barrett, Ralph Morgan, Henry Hunter, star of "Parole," and Andy Devlne. The companion feature arranged and booked' for this special Labor day program. Is tho latest hit of Jane Withers, "Popper," In which she has Irlving H. Cohb and Slim Kummervllle, as her main henchmen In carrying out her hilarious antics. KNX MiiHl I'lmi 0:00 KIOHN mnl Hour Nln ' net worli \VB.XAI New-H fill') l^hi-nrf.M KNX --N,.«|.; 1 »:30 to KI'iHN mnl n lo 0:30 p. in. n H win-It —I 'H llfornla'H Hat I hni ne I louse, lips, !i:ir., lilts >:., iiiii.im,rr 10:00 p. m. •I\K'(I?-K I'nllfnr N in ' ii' i in-lii-i<iiii \Vii\AI In-i Illivlhm n KN.X iVn.-k 10:00 I-. i:n.\' \\ in ' in > l"l if i ' N In ' nc-l « i irii't mil i i d !. of l.tfr li'.iniu ..... c.it.. lo tO:10 p. in iii in HI-, i.-w n it IT i.rizn h in k Ni'WM " I .,, Sl.lll til- I ,V Al Ml ltc- 10:30 to i.XAl All lt. II I I It I I M i|ll|.M f| 11 :00 p, .|U.-vl I HE SELLS 'EM K ItUdXVN and .lime Travis llic-\- appear In n scene from "Knrlhworn Traefors." one of I ho Iwo i:rauil fcalurcM no\\' at the l''o\ i 'nllforiila tlieiilcr "l^arthworm Tractors" nun talicn fi-om the lovnlile Saturdii> l^vi'tiliiH I'ost nerlcM and nccdleNM to sa.y Is a panic from start to finish with nuch Hints at .loo K. llrown, liny Kllilicc, and .lune Travis. The nee- olid feature IH "I'oor Little lilch Illrl" slarrlliK Shirley Tempi" with Michael \Vhiilen, Klorla Stu- nil. y\llce |c'ny. .Incli llnley. .limn Harwell nnd Sma linden, II'H Nlilrley's iiioHl ddlKlitl'iil picture. A ciii-tonn and latest news events complcic the iiroiHnim. Eight Arabs Shot by Airmen, Report ll'nlcnr Aotnoy] .I Kill'HA I.KM, Hept. 7. At least elKht Arabs wero reported Ullled today as three Krltlsh war pianos railed the NabluH dlntrlct with machine, gun flro. The battle bt'gii n with an Arab ntlack from ambush on n military patrol In'the region which has been the scene of fierce and alumni continuous clashes between Hrltlsh and Arab forenH fur three days. Max Murdock, assistant chief secretary of the Palestine government and Its senior Jewish official, escaped unhurt when six slmlH from an assassin's rifle went wild. LA.Will Enroll 244,000 Students t ^ Htnrin Iril 1'mtK l.ni.irtl \\'lift ! 1/iS ANOKLKM, Sept. 7. The; city board of education mini" plans I to enroll L'-M.noo public school slu-j i dents next Tuesday. This Is 2-100 | ! more than a year ago. ; i Postal Receipts 1 20 Pet. Greater ! j <t*«>effifrtf I'rrnt l.ratr-ii II Ire ) I III VKItSIUK. Hept. 7. -August j postal receipts here of $l!i,t)2S.XR | were I'D pi«r ccul higher than th(! i name month laiit year, the post! master reports. I Gandhi Reported to Be Returning 1 Home ( \»*in-(alr<l I'n-.tn Lninril It iirj I lii.M HAV, India. Set>t. 7.—The Mahalma Uandhl, Indian NntlonallHt liMider III with fever, wns expected to return to his home near \Vardhu, t'cntrnl Provinces, \Vednes(lay, following recovery from what was first diagnosed itn malaria. I'hyHlcliins said (laiidhrn lempera- ture was normal and they believed he was suffering from simple fever. Ills previous liluh temperature, of Ilii'i decrees reported when he foil 111 early last weel( was not In evidence and he slept well. Publishers Move to Quash Charge fUnllcil rron Lcanf.il Wire) SHATTUO. Sept. 7.—Publishers of the Healtlo Post Intelligencer, Which Is shut down by a reporters' strike, today asked for dismissal of American Newspaper Guild complaints against It In a motion filed with tho national labor relations board. Tho Guild's complaint against tho newspaper centers about dismissal of Iwo employes. Tho labor organization charges they wore discharged for their activities In Uio guild, and the newspnper Inslsls they were discharged for insubordination and Inefficiency. Thn motion to dismiss was filed In advance of a hearing scheduled Thursday tit which the labor relations board will head the guild's plea for reinstatement of Frank Lynch, photographer, and Philip VJverhardt Armstrong, dramatic, critic. The newspaper has suspended publication for more than throe weeks. Order L. B. Henry to Repay $116,532 (Antooinlcd Pre»i LeaseA Wire) LOS ANOBLBS, Sept. 7.—Leslie B. Henry, former Pasadena clvlo leader, was ordered to repay $110,532 to Mary MIloB Mlnler, her mother and ulster, for embezzlement of more than $2-00,000 of their investments, In a court Judgment on record today. The judgment was given In an ac- qouhllng isult brought by the formqr screen actress and her relatives n,galrist Blyth & Co., brokers, and Henry, an agent. " The company recently paid Miss Mlnler.'s mother, Mrs. Charlotte Hhelby, $125,000 In HOtllRinent of Its liability. Superior .Tutlgo Rtnmett TT, Wilson ruled Ifonry muni pay her-an additional $78,000 and also pay Miss Mlntor'R HlHtur, Mrs. Margaret Fillmore, $36.794. —. . + »«. Condition of Race Pilot Improving (Assnntatcd I'rcm .Leaned Wire) CROWN POINT, N. M., Sept, 7.—• Thu condition of Bonny O. Howard, Chicago transport pilot, seriously In Jurcd when hia Bendlx racing plane j crashed near hero, was described as Vmpro favorable" today. Howard's logs and his right arm were broken when his "Mr. Mulligan" racing plane crashed 40 mllos north of iiero Friday noon after throwing a propeller blade. His wife, Maxfno, accompanying him .on tho New York to Los Angeles dash, suffered fractures of both legs. Attending physicians at tho In dlan Hcrvlco Hospital hero said the pilot's mangled right leg would not bo set until bo "gains moro strength." Ills left leg, not BO severely Injured, and his arm were set Saturday. Mrs. Howard's con- dltlon was described as Improved. While physicians noted an Inv provomont in the condition of tho 1036 Benrtlx trophy winner, they said It would bo "several days" bo foro ho was definitely out of danger Says Out-of-State Money Used, League (Associated I'ress Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Hept. 7.—W. D iludeler's statement that his Anil monopoly League of California use( money from outside the state to campaign for special taxes on Call fornla chain stores wns entered In court today. Iladeler. league president, filed i deposition In the sull brought b; District No. 7, anil-monopoly agency ngnliiHl his urgunlzallun for an ac counting. i ERSKINE JOHNSON-GEORGE SCARBO _ lAOE &IGGEST HIT OM STAGE «^> N^POLEOH. "Back-to- SCHOOL TUNDS I'ISII ( A'I'CIIKS 1IIKII MINNKAI'UI.IS, Minn,, Si-pi, "• ll'. I'.) —On tllclr oath IIH Rood nlul linnc'Ht nrciiTi'H "f tin' law, ll<Miry .luhnnon unit Andy Dnhlln dc-rlnn^d IhlH In no \'anilHlic'il "fl«h yurn." InMvliiK aliinK l.uki' i'lilliinin they HIIW a Hwnllow flyltiK "HPvoriil foot" iilunc tin- wator A plrUiTol niul u whoppor It wan. iiocurilliiK to John- NOII. floppoil from I ho wnlnr, unntrlic'il l|ic> lilnl In ltd tniivv, nnd lllllllppOIU'Oll Ill'IIOIltll 11)0 WIIVOH IIKIllll I IALKS IN HIJ> SLEEP MOVIE IATHES ONLV IH CHEM1CRLLY TT2EATEO HEIGHT, 5 FEeT, IO K INCHES. WEIGHT, 165 'POUNDS'. BRoWN HAIR AND E\^S.B°^«SI LONDON, BNG'/NOV. lO, 1899* MATI2IMONIAL SCOIZ&: F«Uf2 MAfcftlAG-eS, THI2EB OiVOf2C£^ CX-V4IVEJ? ISABEL vJOArW 3 / AAAraiE HEMINGWAY, BEATRIX THOM A/toN. Pf2B/^/^T WIFE, In it t»im or Iml l«im-»cliool Hm« it«»p«m« tim»i Oui I Coil Auto lomi Plan ll tli« quid ; w»y to m**l il No co-jion«ri. (•Idly ninqnnienU, pl«nly ol him lo ippny liw«tlig*la now I CONSUMERS CntoiT 1414 1?lh JTMIT > Mitni 4M S»nr-Ptyoholo|ltl Phlloiophtr Ha« returned to Bak- ei'cdelcl for « few claya to nccommo- d(>te patrons detlrliig hit a«rvloe«. For Immediate Appointments Cull 4000 PADRE HOTEL NILE SCREEN! ADVERSE Filmed by Warner Bros, from tho Biggest and Biggest- Selling Novel off Modern Times I With Fr.dorlo Mured mil Ollvln D< H«vll«nd, Anlt. Loulu. Cliudo Rtlni and Ihoumndi of HURRY Get Your Ticket* Now I ONLY ONE DAY WEDNESDAY, Sept. 9 Matin**, 2:90; Evening, 8i20 Pricea—80o, rSc, tt.OO. plu* tax both performance! At the Cool NILE Phone 947. YOUR FAMILY .THEATRE TROUPER Krcdrlc Mured weren't singing In tho J. rain. They were top tired even, to talk. Ton hours a day for four days they had stood In gummy mud, In 'water-soaked clothes. Just two good troupers doing their act, No complaints. No fussing. Frcdrlc March and T'edro do Cordoba had a grilling sequence In tho Jungle built on tho Warner Brothers lot for "Anthony Adverse" which comes t'o tho Nile theater for a roadshow engagement Wednesday. A large part of tho time, de Cordoba lay In several Inches of mud. There was a driving rain continuously. "You can always tell a trouper," said Mervyn LeRoy the director, "by the complaints he doesn't make! "Anthony Adverse," Is a mammoth production based on the novel by Hervey Allen. March has tho stellar role, while others in the cast Include Louis Hayward, Olivia deHavilland, Anita Louise, Claude Rains, Edmund Gwenn, Gale Sondergaard, Steffi Duna and Billy Mauch. The Bakersflold engagement will last only one day with two performances, a matinee and evening. Advance seats are now on sale at the Nile theater and should be secured early to avoid the last- minute rush. Death Comes for Famous Physician (Amoctatctl Trend Lt.afftl TVire) TWEEDS, England, Sept. 7.—Lord Moynlhan, 70, prominent British medical authority who proposed leg Islatlon for legalization of mercy deaths, died today. Baron Berkley George Andrew Moynlhan died six days after hi wife, Isabella, whom ho married h 1895. Ho collapsed from grief a daj after her funeral and became stcadllj worse. Lord Moynlhan drew fire fron Calhollc groups last year when h advanced a plan to make legal th killing of "persons suffering fron Incurable disease." Ho organize! he "Voluntary Euthanasia Society 1 iftcr a British doctor was reportci o have admitted flvn "mercy slaj ngs." Ho became president of th organization. L. A. Building and Banking Up, Aver (Associated rrem Leased Wire) LOS ANGISLES, Sept. 7.—Building permits and bank debits dominated an improving business picture In southern California last week, the J. S. Chamber of Commerce index showed today. Construction climbed to $1.832,419, compared with $1,182,770 In tho preceding week and $550,684 a year ago. Bank debits totaled $190,782,921, gaining $18,000,000 In a week. TOLD TO QUIKT DOWN DETROIT, Sept. 7. (U. P.)—Sophie Ballots, a Dearborn matron, has been ordered by the court not to speak !ibovo a whisper between the hours of 10^-p. m. and 7 a. m. The unusual njunctlon was Issued temporarily after a neighbor complained of'exten slve nolao coming from the Ballots home. A damage claim of $500 was filed also by the neighbor. Parole" at Rex Is' Vividly Realistic Here's an unusual sidelight orf 1 Jnlversal's "Parolcl" which open* at le Rex theater Sunday through 'uesday. Before tho studio began o cast extras for the big penlteri- lary scenes, more than 8800 pictures f "wanted" men were taken from award circulars. These were com- Ined b'y artists to provide 1000,cottv oBlto faces,' emphasising certain haractcrlstlcs. .They were used as j.' guide In selecting types in tho arge prison sequences, wtjlch'e* 1 ilalns the realism of tli One of tho season's ellghlful romantic coma lo They Were Married,,! U res Mary Astpr Douglas oh the prografi ole."' A cartoon and ho Rex program. Coast Guard Tows Sea Scout Vessel (United Press Leased Wire) SAN PEDRO, Sept. Ti—A score of worried southern California mothers today were assured their sons would arrive from a summer cruise In time to return to School as the coast guard cutter Shoshono took the squarod-rlgged sailing ship, Pacific Queen, and its crow of sea scouts In tow. ..'•• «Tho Pacific Queen was discovered wallowing on a calm sea by.tho cutter which had been sent out from hero after tho sailing ship, ratfjoed it was running low on provlsltfcis. Although coast guard regulations do not permit cutlers to tow vessels not In distress, the ruling apparently was made flexible enough to Include the becalmed ship. Previously the coast guard refused to send a boat after the Pacific Queen although mothers of tho youths aboard pleaded that their boys would not arrive In time for the opening of School sessions. „ GIHL SHOOTS SELF 1 i LOS ANGELES, Sept. 7. (A. P.)— Trinidad Garcia, 15, shot and killed herself with a pistol whl^e her mother went to the store, police reported. * THE PLACE TO GO! 2 ACE FEATURES CONTINUOUS TODAY AFTER 2 P. M. PLUS 'YELLOWSTONE' RAYMOND HATTON ANDY DEVINE RALPH MORGAN B«kerifleld'» Moit Unlque-Cafa TONIGHT Holiday Program 3 Big Floor Shows Patsy Stiner Mlatraia of Ceremonies Marco and Marsha A P«lr to Dravy To June Brooks Up on Her Toes Dorothy Beck Tap, Tap, Knock, Knock Laurie Foster And His Rhythm Boys Dint • Danoi . Drink YOU MEIT EVERYBODY . AT THE MANDARIN Special Matinee Today Continuous 2 to II p, m, 'An Innkeeper's Daughter Who Rose and Ruled Washington! JOAN CRAWFORD ROBERT TAYLOR LIONEL BARRYMORE FRANCHOTTONE MELVYN DOUGLAS JAMES STEWART u Clarence Brown's PRODUCTION r HUSSY —ADDED:=; OARTOON and NEWS ALSO CHESTER MORRIS, FAY WRAY IN "THEY MET IN A TAXI" NOW 2 QRAND HITS Your FrUndly Thtatrt Shirley TEMPLE "POOR LITTLE RICH QIRL f> Joe E. BROWN "EARTHWORM TRACTORS" VIRGINIA __Op«n 18-11; j>_. m.—20c and, 10o_ TODAY and TUESDAY , Two Blj Features ROOHELLE HUDSON 0. ROMERO In Dynamic Anil-Crime Hit "SHOW THEM NO MERCY" TOM TYLER In » First'Run Weitern "SANTA FE BOUND" Comedy, News and Cartoon \- GRANADA NOW—SHIRLEY TEMPLE in "CAPTAIN JANUARY" and ZANE QREY Weatern "DESERT QOLD" Also News and Cartoon ENDS TODAY IOUIS-SHARKEY FIOHT Qlrl Shew, "DANOINfl FEET" and RICHARD DIX In '•SPECIAL INVESTIGATOR" Alao Path* Newa and Shorts TODAY—? BIO FEATURES Madeleine Carroll, George Brant In "The Caae Agalnat Mr«. Amei" and William Boyd In "HEART OF THB WEST" Cartoon Comedy Newa

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