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txteat&ztrvr^ v i' '1 .? •» '* • '. , H '' ' THE BAKERSPIELD CALIFORNIA??, SATURDAY, l4, "SUZY"AT CALIFORNIA TOMORROW Los Angeles, Sun Frnncisco and Snu Dirflo Arc Sites of New Imlustrit's 1 1 nllni I'm* I, muni II Irr i SAX KUANCTSCO. Sfjit. U'.--Vln- cent lloncllx r.,"i. hour] of thr- iiiiincr- CDS iniiliiifiii'liirlnK ninipiuili-H Imiir- ' In;,' IilH i>:in>". "rrlvoil hoiv by plnno torlny inn) fiiiiii'iiMrod lir- linil forim-il JlldllH I" "HlllllllMl II Wlllloll (Illlllll- uvliill'Hi • •uriioriillon In < 'nlll'm irln. KurliirlrH will !>'• lnr-iitr.il lii Sun Krnnrl.wci), I.»M AMK''|OK '""' ^"" Jjli.Rn h.' Hull), ntiil work mi III'' fOf!li'i'l''M Hill l>"wln wllliln ii niniilti. Hi'tiill.v ri'Vi-ulod lho«" pliin," ill roolly ID Miiynr .\MK'<'|" Ko.snl. II'' Kdlil (lint Hi-rnfillllK In pr'-Hcnl pllins tho I'liinliiiriv winilfl Imv u|i r>ftt:it>llf<hoil [iliinlH mid nll'T tlidii In mill tln'lr nun roiinlroitii'iilH. This, he fluid, wniilrl i-imlilo lln-in in Hlnrl firii(liii.-(lrni wllh (lie inlMliniiin nf dcliiy. Honillx. nmUillK IllM fll' 1 " M«lt In Hun I'YiiMolwn. will In- Hi'- L'li'-ni nt f'nlonol ('lurrnii- M YIHIIIK. n|iorn. (lon.M inn naff'-r fnr th'- I'cii Arnrrl run Alrwnvs !!'• will r"lnrn In I, OH cH ll.V I'llllH- |M|||»|TI>« Motion Pictures Better, Declared , I • *'•( ttitnl I't r»* T,t ittrrl H trf ' VATICAN c ITV, S. pi I!' Th" tvnrlrl'M innllnn pl"-liir'-» fir" (,'ft I Im: Chaplin in Modern Comedy^Granada Charlie Chaplin in "'Modern Tlifr>«," opetiH a thrno'day run Sunday at tho Oranoda tlioitlor. Almost two yearn 111 production, Clniptln'M flrnt picture In almost five yearn IH nl«o hl« mont protPtitloiis. LIUo I la prt-deccH.ior, "City I.,l«lil«," "Modurn Times" IH without illnlugno but bouHtH BOIJIO tiov'nl Hound effoclH. Tho coniody, which, introduce* the fumlllnr llttlo figure In tho bl» »hoe» 'H.iul biiKgy trouwcrH Into tho coin.- lively complex environment of a big Induntrldl city, <:imt« Charlie IIH u factory worker wllh a talent for getting out of John iind Into Jnll. Othcrn In the cilHl are I'atilelto Clodditrd, f'heHtor Conklln, Henry Tlei'ginun .incl I lank Mann. > On the name bill IH "Chnrllo Clmn ! at tho Circus," another my«tery thriller with Warner Oland In title role. COMEDY AND MY^ttM Atf FOK fji'tal n-|i f-i tliiiuil motion |i|rinro i \ |MIM|||OM in II-;AN IIAUI.UW nnii rm-j- III-HIH t) IIH th'.v nppi-iir In n m-I'll' 1 fri'in "Su/v." 'Hi'' "f Hi' 1 four iiiilHlniiil IIIK iiliniriliiiiH HtnrlliiK li'iniiir'iv. nl tin- Knx Ciilirnriilii lli'-nli-r. "Su/v." ii filory 'if \vnr linn' rl\lng, liniiNln ii Bl-flil ''»Hl Ini'liicllMK (''run l-lldl Trilli'. l;f'\vlH S|MIH\ li'-lllhl Muni'' riinl tnr/ (•(iintiii-y 'I'll' 1 «ifund fi-;inirr IM "I'lilillr I'.ni-inv'H \\'lfi-," Ihr wi"|ii(-l I" "'! M<'li" ."tar- T-IIII; I'nl ii'llrli'ii with Murgnri'i l.liiilNiiy. Hi'lifi-l Ai Minlronit. frNiir K,,iiii'K. inn! Ulrli I'niMii. Atti-:n- ll'Hi niimli'T Ilii-f' In III' 1 I'"'!'' Smith Khnrl "Tiililr Ti-iinlM." A.i nil aililril lUlnirlliin nil 111' 1 Ming' 1 , l>r. "X," ii"tf(l Mcnr nllil p«yrliolo glHi, .\vlll ripp'-nr lwl<'«- dully mid HMHwrr pnlriiiiH' i|in>HlIIIIIH ul "'iii'li pcrfofinnni'i- I.ntrHt D''WH evi-nls roinpU'li 1 Ihi- prognim. I'|'>M|II« l"'1nv ill III" i 'nllforrilit nrc finii n M i-ari |<MIH .Jn<-U 1,'m iloii'M "\\hll" II'IIMK" wllh Mli'liiit-l VVIinlrii mid .Iciin Mulr: 'llorlii Stunrl nii'l Itiihrri K"iil In "Tim ('rlnio nf In-. l'"orliPH", i-linplcr flvn nf "I'lmli-r'H l.iifil Hland"; 11 car I'MIM and ii'-WH cvcnlH. AT UNION In <i MII-M y |'i-"pHir<l fnr tin- ti"! 1 fUllll'l-, lilllMI-ppl- I'll.HHllllH Wllll flllll." 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I'i'iitiiri'H pi-i I l-;ii-n • \Vhltiu-v. flnuli up iliiiK IT. and Iliilirrl ( 'IIIMIII|IIKM I'mni'ih. 1'iiriiMiii Mini IH-WH roin|>lr|i< Gaiety Is Spirit of Rialto Picture "Tin- l'!x MIH Ili-nilfiiril" lioiul« III.- 'iil'ln lilll HhowliiK Hiinilny nml "iiilm nl Hi. Itlnllo tlioiitfi Will lam IVurll anil .li'iin Arllmr luivi' llh' li'iulliiK mini nml .laini'N I lli'iimm. • Illiiii' mill Unlii'it AntiNti'oMK ciro In till' riiNl. Thi' Mrii-V In Illllrll In I!"' m I of "Tin- Thin Man' anil ahoiniilM In iialrty Mini ovrllnni'iit. SiToiul iiMitnro I" "Ki'iitiii-liv Hlin< Slroiili " n lli'oh- lalo ot rarhiK iliiys 10 In Iho hhio KI-MMM "tad' B:00 to 8:30 p. in. l\Klt\ nnii n'-lwnrk Jan ilnrln-r n IK| I >rrhi<»il MI. \ Mi ' iiriu-nrh llr'iiry Hltuc'M in 1 - .-iM-flni U'r.X A I lliill\ unoil on I'liniiln; * I!.. T"|i TIIIII-H lo K Ifi. 8:30 (o 9:00 p. m. K"i:i(N iiiiil iH-l-.tnili IMi'U .liirKcn':) i TI ln-i.ini. S ITi, I'tiiiif-r SI'H'ii S'lli' ii"l ivo-li ' irrlt'-Ml III . 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KK.IIN nml n.-i«niU l.nrry K'-nl nml > >n In Him Hogor Pryor and Oraco Uradlcy QUOWINO ut tho Fox today and ^ through Tuesday arc two foa- turoa, one of rhythm and romance, "HlttfiiK on tho Moon," starrlnjj Itotror I'ryor, Graoo Bradley and J-'ort KfUon; and (ho other, un- olhor 'tfrpfttor movie sciiwon production with plenty of comedy provided by William Powell imd Car- olo Lombard, Alice Brady, Gall Patrick, Jean DBcon and JSugcno Pallotto In "My Man Godfrey," which In tho most tickling and tantalizing entertainment that over sparkled the screen. Tho latest Issue of tho March of Time and Fox Movietone News complete this program, being given an extended run. lilll IT will mark tho Hummer I. Hi'iiHiui cUmliiK of Iho Union Avi-nii'> digico pavilion iind (he flnnl iippi-nrani'i: nl 1 lilll Kli'ck and liln nri'licHlru, Niiy ]-. K. Nance and I.. K. (Hiick) Muchunuii, proprl- I'lurH. \Vork IH alrnruly under way to i'Mi-1'iHi) HIP pavilion for tho fnll /mil winter Hcasdii which will open Oftohor 2. when WodnoBday and Hiilitnliiy ovcnlnB dunci'H will bo lii'M Thi< niDHt I'liinoiiH travplliiR iliini'f' ImnilH will IJD oiiKiiged to rill Hi' 1 iwlro weekly program, nc- '•iM'dhiK I" Hi? 1 pifiprlPtorH. BAKERSFIELD Friday CITV ACCHIT8 NUDfNT COLONY I.OH OATOH. Sept. 12. (U. P.)— Klyiiliitn l'"ounilatlon. niicllnt colony nour horo, rluhnu to bo Iho flrHt ono thai over Joined a chamber of com- nifcri'n. Managrnr ticorgo Hprny plBiiod on (hr> Uottod lino of tho local fhttinbor, pnlrt his $0 Intlatlon foo untl hlH memhornhlp curd hangs on I tin wnllB pf tho colony. 1777 SHILLING FOUND VAN W10RT. Ohio, Sept. 12. (U. P.) Andrew Mlllnr discovered In a safe a paper whining. Issued In 1777 by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Tho hill rovnnls that It was printed by John Dunlap, a Philadelphia printer, that penalty for counterfeiting was death, and that Us face value was 24 contn. Sept. TULAR.E AND KENTUCKY STS. Saturday and Sunday Din nor at the DRINK-O-LINK MCIMI—Knli-iT I'Hri'h |)n|«rtnliif < ,, H t ,,r Olniu-i' Dinner C.orklnil Sen l-'oud or 'rmiinto Juice Assorted lU-lisli I'oiinilo Soup \Villi S|niKlie||i Snliid llenrts ol' Lettuce willi l''reiicli Dressing |-'.iilr«-es Fried Cliiclvcn. Soulhern Slyle In Order $1.2r> I r ilel Million i on New York Cut Slenk Top Sirloin Slenk . . . Lnnil) Urcnded Veal ('.ullets .HO .75 .75 .75 Stewed Toinnloes I'olnloes nu (irnlin Hot lireiid Dessert Assorted Pies. Ice Cream. Clmcolntc or Slniwlicrrv Parl'nit SPECIAL D1NNKKS l-.verytliinf. on Above Dinners with ICxce|)lion of Helisli and Cockluils (iOc. !L TROVATORE Eighteenth mid K Special Turkey Dinner Tonight Served from 5 p. m. $1.00 Bakersfield'a Moat Unique Cote Chicken, Steak, Chop Dinners Specializing in Chinese Dishes Cover Charge, 25c per Person, Saturday Only ^^ Spaghetti Dinner, 60c Chicken Dinner, $1,00 Our Steak Dinners Arc Delicious DANCING Every Sntiirday and Sunday NlghtR. Mualc by Rose H. Parent! Accordion and Piano Fred Parent! Saxophone Try Our Delicious Mixed Drlnkn Served In Our Cozy, New Cocktnll Lounge TELEPHONE ^833 Ambassador Glub East Bakeraflelcl Tho IIOUHO of extendn you an.lnvlliitlnu to i onjoy oao of tholr • STEAK OR CHICKEN DINNERS j FRANK LUCAS, ManaQer RADIO CLUB CAFE at Olldale JOHN J. LEVI, Proprlolor DANCE Saturday Nl(ht Slurtlnp at B p. in. to 1 «. m. Stanley's Rhythm Boyi Orchoitra KUoon SHOW CvcryuiiB Wrlr.ome—U«l. Drink, D«IU:K nnd Do Hnppy. R«m<mb«i: Uinrlng Uvurj W»rtiiMil«y • nil S«liifiliv Nlghli ll.tr FLECK ts^vtis r\A. ORCHESTRA Final Engagement TONIGHT at the Union Avenue Dance Pavilion Admi»»lon 40c ; WILD ANIMAL ACTS .OWNS HORSES Reserved nnd Admlanlon Ticket! on Sale Clroug Dny nt Klinbnll A, Stone, Drua>, Nineteenth nnd Cheiter. SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS AND SALADS Try Our Mixed Drinks Open Dully From 8 «. m. FREE DANCING THE LANTERN 0«k and Brundane Lane 0. Welohelt and A. B. Up war PATSY STINER Mistress of Ceremonies Presenting A NEW FLOOR SHOW TONIGHT MARGO • BOB LEE Variety Dancer Comedian And Held Over by Popular Demand MARCO & MARSHA Dancing Stars Direct From Europe DANCE WITH LAURIE FOSTER AND HIS RHYTHM BOYS 3 Floor Shows W.nk Nlohtl 10-11:30-1 Saturday Night. 10-12 and 2 a. m. AIR CONDITIONED Horror of Island Prison Pictured Revealing: tor tho first Umo in all Its vivid horror and brutality tho shocking story of a natton'o hidden shamo( "Tho Prlsonor of Shark la- land," Twentieth Contury-Pox drama, opens Hunday at tho Virginia theater. Us hero Is a gaunt figure 1 who looms Up out of tho pages of American history, Dr. Samuel Alexander Mtidd — martyred' by a nation's frenzy for his Innocent deed of mercy. With Warner Baxter starred In tho leading role, the iJlcture tollif tho story of this g«ntlo Maryland physician who was trapped with Lincoln's murderers, and who spent yearn.In a living- hell for a crime he had never committed. Gloria Stuart, Arthur Bryoti; O. I'. Hegglo and Claude Ollllngwater are seen in the principal supporting roles. Completing the double bill Is a first-run western, "The Law Rides," starring Bob Steele, , They I Start TOMORROW Gala Winter Season Opening NEXT SATURDAY September 19 of the a i wnada "Ballroom Sixteenth and "Eye" Streets (US-NBC Meet Me at EL ADOBE MOTOR HOTEL Union Avenue at Terrace Way Try Our Club Breakfast, 50c Luncheon and De Luxe Dinners—American and Italian, GOc to $1 MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY I'lioiui (1210 for Sumluy Dinner Koservutions Conllnuoui 2-11, 8«l. and Sun. Now Showing Butler for the Cook-Eyedest Family In the World _u Ra « <f PRYOR BRADLEY REGULAR DANCE TONIGHT at the Barn HT1NK IU)<U> IMuslc by the Southern Slurs Itciitleinrn, lOi-; KrtM> UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU i Enjoy Another Big Evening at i I BEARDSLEY DANCE PAVILION | "Where They All Go for Fun" Dance tu the ever-popular WILSON'S HARMONY BAND s on the Kinooth-ua-claM floor. 5 Cash Door Prize nnd Special Spot Dnnce Prize 5 Thrro Mllo» North on Old Fresno lllglnvay. i'luino 2346AV = 5 ' Ooii't Korgcl the CooUs' anil AVttlli»r»' Am»ual llnll s s ' 't'hursiiliiy ICvrnlnc, October I S HiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiuiiiiiiiiHiiR TODAY TOMORROW CONTINUOUS AFTER 2 P. M. MATINEE 2 ACE FEATURES COME EARLY—AVOID CROWDS A JTAK.STUDDED MUSICAL DOMANCt TO STAITU THE SHOW WOULD III Jo.n BLONOELL Dlek POWELL •rrcn WILLIAM FRANK McHUOH THE TACH1 CLUI IOTI .4 OOIOEOUt OIUI PLUS JAMES DUNN JUNE CLAYWORTH In "TWO-FISTED QENTLEMAN" COMING TUESDAY "CASE OF THE VELVET OLAWS' VIRGINIA Open _12«11 _p^ m.—20g and 10c Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Two Bit Feature* WARNER BAXTER GLORIA STUART In 4-St*r Dnmatlo Hit 'The Prisoner of Shark Island" BOB STEELE In a Flr»t Run Western "The Law Rides" Alto Comedy and New* LAST TIMES TODAY Edmund Lowe, Virginia Bruce "GARDEN MURDER CASE" «nd KEN MAYNARD In "TH! CATTLE THIEF" Comedy, New* and Cartoon *' B< Our Ou«tt Tonlflht ' FREE DANCING and * good tlm« iMured you. Old-time .mutle at THE HUGHES Curl»y Hugho*. Proprietor nr i !J • conriMuou'. i 10 4 Yniir Frlinaiy Grand Attractions A Thrcc-Powtftd Romance of War.Timc Plying Jean HARLOW "SUZY" Franchol TONE Cafy GRANT Lewis STONB Bcnlta HUME And: The Shock-Crammed Sequel to "d-Mcd" "PUBLIC ENEMY'S WIFE" Pa» O'BRIEN Robl. ARMSTRONG Margaret LINDSAY Cesar ROMBRO Plui: IN ON PE T"H S E° N STAGE Pete Smith's "TABLE TEHHIS" DR. "X" = • THE UNKNOWN Psychologist He Answers Your Questions—Solves Your Problems "WHITE FANO" Sequel lo "Ctll of the Wild" i » i T "The CRIME OF DR. FORBES" Seaton'i OuUtandlng Myittry Chap. B, "Cuittr'i Lait Stand" Cartoon • Newt Evenh TOMORROW—2 BIQ FEATURES HILARIOUS HONEYMOON Charlie's a model bridegroom by day, but at night he walks In his sleepl LAST DAY—2 BIQ FEATURES Frances Langford, Sir Quy Standing in "PALM SPRINGS" and Frances Farmer, John Howard In "BORDER FLIGHT" 960 Maker Street SUNDAY AND MONDAY TWO BIO FEATURES WILLIAM POWELL ' JEAN ARTHUR "The Ex-Mrs, Bradford" and Big Race Track Hit "Kentucky Blue Streak" Major Bowei Amateurs! News LAST TIMES TODAY BOB STEEL In "SMOKY SMITH" Bobby Breen, Vivian Osborne" "LET'S SINQ AGAIN" Frank Merrlwell (6), Comedy, News GRANADA Sunday, Monday, Timday TWO BIQ FEATURES Charlie Chaplin In HI* Ore»t Comedy Hit "Modern Times" WARNER OLAND In Another Myttery Hit "CHARLIE OHAN AT THE OJROUI" Alto Newi and Cartoon LAST TIMES'TODAY Irene DUNNE, Allan JONES "SHOW BOAT" Jack OAKIE, Silly EIDERS "FLORIDA, SPECIAL" Alia New* and Short"Subject*

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