The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on May 14, 1935 · Page 9
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TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1935. THE OGDEN STAN DARD-EXAM1NER COUPLE MUM ABOUT PLANS ON MATRIMONY Brunei Singer Latest Find In Hollywood; Model Heads Home (Copyright 1035. By United Press) HOLLYWOOD. May 14.--(UP)-The mnritnl status of Max Reln- hardt, stage and screen impresario, continued to worry the film colony today. Reinnardt remained in seclusion in a Santa Monica apartment and declined to reveal whether he had made use of a marriage license obtained In Reno to marry Hclene Thimig, his former secretary. GUEST STAYS 3»IUM Miss Thlmlg, a guest at the same building, likewise remained mum. The uncertainty thickened when Elsa Helms. German actress from whom Rcinhardi. obtained a Nevada divorce to bolster up a decree he had obtained In Latvia, arrived in Santa Monica and also took up residence in an apartment. Attorneys for Miss Helms and the imprrsnrio said she arrived for a. conference with her former husband and to decide upon a property settlement. Lorraine Bridges, a dark-haired Oklahoma girl, was the newest "find" in the film colony today. Miss Bridges, n small, sparkling- eyed soprano, was called Into M. G. M. executive offices and asked to sign a contract because she had taken the eye of Louis B. Mayer at a party he gave for Mayor Edward J. Kelly of Chicago and Mayor Frank C. Hague of Jersc City. N. J. Miss Bridges came to Hollywoo two years ago and had been singln in choruses and at entertainments She crashed Into filmdom when sh was hired to sing at Mayer's party MODEL HEADS HOME Marsha Hunt, attractive 17-year old artists' model who came to Hoi lywood from New York with th idea of winning a screen contract was headed back east today with other ideas In mind. "I've no more ambition to ente the movies," she said. "At leas not until I have a fling at the stage." Miss Hunt said she Intends to go to England and study at the Roya Academy of Dramatic Art before attempting a stage debut. "After that." she remarked. "I may come back to Hollywood." -- 4-f Suntdn In Two Minutes By Spray A-new painless suntan acquired in slightly more than two minutes with a hij;h-powered cosmetic spray was demonstrated at a Los Angeles beauty show. The cosmetic is soluble in water La Theda Kramer seems to enjoy Harry Slegelman's work in giving her a coat of tan. (Associated Press photo.) Autopsy Planned In Death of Vet Actor HOLLYWOOD. May 14.--(UP)-An autopsy was to be performed today to determine the cause of death of Clarence Geldert, 68-year-old character actor. Geldert apparently suffered a stroke and toppled from a horse while on location with a film company. He came to Hollywood In 1015 and Joined the old D. W. Griffith company after a varied career in stock. His most recent pictures were "In Love With Life" and "Man Trailer," in which Buck Jones was starred. Geldert was a native of St. Johns New Brunswick. 4-+ Opera Tenor Enters Films, Has Contract (Copyright 1935. by United Press) HOLLYWOOD. May 14--(UP) -Following the trail blazed by Lawrence Tlbbett, Grace Moore and other stars of the opera. Nino Martini, tenor for the Metropolitan Openi company, dropped into the film colony today. "I'm going Into pictures." said Mr Martini as he stepped off a train, and flashed a long term contract with hLs name on the dotted line The 29-year-old singer has been signed to appear In B picture with Maria Gambarelll, ballerina, with whom he appeared at the Metropolitan three seasons ago. EDITOR'S RUES A R [DELAYED Mayor's Services Awaiting ' Arrival of Daughter From Europe ATLANTA, Ga., May 14.--(AP)-Plans for the funeral of Major John S. Cohen, G5, prominent editor and vice chairman of the Democratic national committee, were delayed today pending the arrival of his daughter from Europe. The daughter, Mrs. Jean M. Blcn- venu of Lisbon, Portugal, will land In New York tonight with her husband and children. Major Cohen's death at his home last night closed a career that carried him from a reportorial position to the presidency and editorship of The Atlanta Journal and to a short term In the United States senate. He had been 111 for a long period. At his bedside when he died here ils wife, the former Julia Lowry Clarke; a son, John S. Cohen, Jr., of New York, and his sister. Mrs. Barton Maxall-Wlse of Richmond, Va. President Roosevelt, a friend of Major Cohen f led high officials In expressions of sorrow. Postmaster General James .A.. Farley paid tribute to him as "one of the great editors of the country and a mcst useful citizen and leader In his late." Major Cohen had been Democratic national committccman from "corcla since 1D24. As head of the Georgia delegation hat year, he and other leaders of he William G. McAdoD forces sattled Alfred E. Smith to the dead- ock which ended in the nomination 3f John W. Davis of West Virginia as a compromise presidential c.indi- ate. Major Cohen was active In Mr Roosevelt's nomination fcr the presidency In 1932. That year he was made v c e chairman of the national ommittee. In the same year he was ap- m, Ct L to the Unltcd stntcs senntc o nil the vacancy left by the death f Senator-Willinm J. Harris. He ad won his military title in the panlsn-American war. DeMille Is Credited With Initiative In School Move LAST TIMES TODAY ,,,,.. . p owe" I I Harold Lloyd "Flirtation in _ Walk" ||. "Cat's Paw'^ Tomorrow and Thursday ~ ^·"JuftanOia *r^~ YArnericanGultomV J* =·**=» ' I V . FRANCIS LEDERER J O A H B E N N E T T CHARLIE RUGGLES FRANK LAWTOM JUNE WYITT AimrvnsAi now -NOW- NEW YORK --(UP)-- Engaged in the business of entertaining the American masses for some 30 years, the time finally Is here, it would seem, when the American motion picture industry is-pausing to turn upon the formal education of American youth. The Industry today credits Cecil B. DeMille with Initiative In a direction for years appreciated by the Carnegie Institute and scores or other Individuals and organizations philanthropically disposed to the promotion of scholarly achievements. There are some 15,308,100 students attending public high schools in the United States today. And there are approximately 341,000 students In private and parochial high schools throughout the country. How many of them will be in a position when the time arrives to finance a career through college? Relatively only a small percentage, educators agree. Fully 200,000 of some 000,000 men and women attending colleges In this country today are faced with the job of meeting costly tuition during their junior and senior years. DcMille, who Is widely credited with doing more than any other Individual In furthering the art of the motion picture on the screen, has by this very endeavor been brought into intimate contact with the practical educational needs of this country. It largely was because of this that DcMlllc. in order to aid the student of the Jand, offered three scholarships -- the first to come from the film Industry--to writers of the three best essays on Cleopatra. The results have been sufficient to cause DeMille and Paramount Pictures, with which he Is associated as a producer, to consider seriously now the perpetuation of such scholarships. BOOK VENTURE RESULTSHOWN Reading Room And Deposit Stations Used In Project The rending rcom and · deposit station project conducted under the direction of the Carnegie free library of Ogden, grew out of an expansion program formulated by the library In the effort to bring books to those living In rural communities, and to co-operate with the relief and governmental agencies in their desire to assist families and individuals to rehabilitate and reestablish themselves. The project provided for the establishment of a public reading room and four deposit stations located In the four farthest sections of the county. The reading room was opened on Twenty-fifth street on December twentieth with a collection of approximately two hundred volumes selected for their popular and entertaining nature. Popular magazines, The Ogden Standard - Examiner and papers from the larger centers throughout the United States are placed there daily. Puzzles and games are also available. Special requests for material have been encouraged and as a result books on the history of ,hc World war, the history of Chris- :ianity, the essays of Bacon and Schopenhauer, Roslcrucian texts, and books on many other subjects have been supplied. This room Is open from twelve noon until nine p. m. p daily. The services of two at- endants arc required. 7008 persons have visited this room to date. The deposit stations opened at North Ogden, Huntsvllle, Hooper and Burch Creek were closed on tfay 3. A reduction In the FERA funds necessitated this action, al- hough It had been planned to close hese points simultaneously with the IVcber county schools, as these sta- lons were housed In school bulld- ngs. The reading room, located at 52 Twenty-fifth street will remain open so long as relief funds arc available. The number of persons registered ollows: Burch Creek. 133; North Ogden, 83; Hooper, 335; Huntsvillc, 201; Ulntah (open one afternoon a week during April), 78. Total number. 096. The number of books circulated for home use was: Burch Creek 1023; North Ogden, 1170; Hooper, 1081; Huntsville, 785; Ulntah, 168; Twenty-fifth street, 653. Total 668D. Some 1455 books belonging to the Latter-Day Saints church and the Weber county board of education were distributed under the direction of the attendant at North Ogden and Hooper. Considering the short length of time allowed for the successful working out of plans and the limited number of books available for distribution, this Is held a remarkable record, and Is illustrative of the need for the permanent establishment of library service In Weber county. Up to date this project has furnished 4590 hours of employment, involving the services of eight people at all times, and has provided for the material as well as for the spiritual and intellectual need of the people of this county. Residents of the county arc urged to continue to use their borrowers cards at the main library and avail themselves of the opportunity of procuring books for the entire family. "The Pick of the Pictures" LAST TIMES TODAY W.C FIELDS Uootl BARRYMORE MADOE EVANS «"·»*0«ULUVAN at Dm EDNA HAY OLIVER « Amu Dntj LEWB STONE M Mr. U'iijWJ FRANK LAWTON FREDDIE BARTHOLOMEW SUZABETH ALLAN ROLAND YOUNO as Uriah lluf , All color cartoon Newi Adnlts Me Children ...,10c l\\* ·/v MYRNA LOY "A MARVELOUS PICTURE" and Talllo Carminatl (the Star of "One Nlcht of Love" and Lillian Harvey lei's Live Tonight' "A Triumph of Romance and Song" See Tula Great Show Today! Matinees, ISe; Nighto, 26» Kiddies, 10* GDEN 20 Years Ago From Our Piles Ogden Theatre "Always a Good Show" LAST TIMES TODAY 2--BIG PICTURES--2 Licenses to marry have been issued by the county clerk to Finley Petrle and Margaret P. Hackcn- berg of Opel, Wyoming and to John E. Hughes and Esther June Carson of Salt Lake City. The state road commission Is giving special attention to the proposed state ro?d Improvement through West Weber and Wilson. A full holiday was given to high school students today for the observance of State High School Day at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City. L. F. Knelpp. regional forester, has returned from an inspection trip to Idaho forests. He reports favorable conditions. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Scovllle have returned from a pleasure trip to California. Mr. Scovllle states that business Is brisk In San Francisco and Los Angeles. W. D. Lincoln, assistant general manager, and R. L. Huntley, engineer, for the Union Pacific company were in Ogden yesterday on on Inspection trip. Information from Paris, France, discloses that the allied armies are gaining ground, after recent reverses. Students work of the junior high schools Is attracting much attention. About 2,000 people viewed the displays yesterday at the Central Junior high school. A shipment of Ogden and northern Utah publicity folders has been placed on exhibition at the San Diego fair. Subjects for lectures to be delivered at the Utah Chautauqua In Ogden next summer have been selected according to announcement by the Ellison-White system company. Ogden will be visited next Sunday by a party of forty Baptists en route ta San Francisco to attend a Baptist, church convention. Lyman Skeen of Plain City reports that farm lands and crops in Weber county ore In the best condition possible. f-f . Movie Dog Returned To Owner By Court _ HOLLYWOOD, May 14.--(UP)-"Kazan," who became a canine movie actor after he had been salvaged from a dog pcund by Jack King, was returned to his owner today after a bitter court fight In which King's creditors sought to auction the dog to satisfy their claims. Several .movle stars Intervened to keep "Kazan" from being separated from his master, and Bankruptcy Referee Earl E. Mess finally r°- lentcd. An arrangement was approved providing that 25 per cent of "Kazan's" earnings shall be sued to pay King's debts until 25 per cent of the total obligations have been paid. i 'COUNT' CALM IN MONEY CASE Held Key To Counterfeit Banknotes Cache In Subway NEW YORK. May 14--(AP) -"Count" Victor Lustlg, 45. his .Chea- terfleldlan poise unruffled by dls covery of a $52,000 cache of coun terfelt banknotes for which he hcli the key, was today the object o a renewed Inquiry Into a'three yea old double killing. The "count" plain Robert V. Mlllc In a counterfeiting complaint fo which he was under $50,000 bone and still In Jail, was questioned In connection with the killing of Kur Lamprecht and Longln Kovtoun whose bodies, with arms trussed ant mouths taped, were found riddled with shot In a Bnyslde, L. I. meadow July 22, 1932. NABBED ON BROADWAY Secret service men, who took the suave Lustlg into custody Sunday disclosed the arrest yesterday after a key from his wallet was used to open a ten cent locker In a Times Square subway station and the bogus nest egg and plates to match were disclosed. x The ' "count" was arrested 'on Broadway after long search for a mysterious "Mr. X" who sold "dangerously good" $100, $20 and $10 bills at cut rates through a coast to coast network of agents. This brought also an answer to a "wanted for questioning" circular of Queens police In connection with the Lamprecht-Kovtoun killing. QUESTIONED, FREED Lustlg had been questioned at the time of the murders and had been freed. New Information, police said had given occasion for renewed questioning. Lustlg, said to have been an Intimate of Al Capone, Jack "Legs" Diamond and Nicky Arnnteln on one hand and currently a bowing acquaintance of prominent New Yorkers on the other, was to be arraigned before the United States commissioner today on a counter- felting conspiracy charge. So were seven alleged members of what secret service men described us Lustlg's counterfeit ring, rounded up last night after discovery of the spurious $52,000. 4-4 STAR'S SHIP DAMAGED HOLLYWOOD, May 14-- (UP)-- A fire aboard the 104-foot schooner, Serena, owned by Lewis Stone, motion picture actor, caused $100 damage. It was estimated today. The blaze started when a sailor attempted to prime a gasoline stove with alcohol. Stage, Screen,-Radio Training NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SYSTEM Children personally qualified at their home by authorized field directors. For appointment phone 762-J A. LANG SYSTEM STUDIOS Watch! For Local Stage Show Soon j Cat Adopts Bunnies and Seeks Seclusion AURORA. 111., May 14.--(AP)-La Verne Oraymond. Kane county farm youth, Is telling this story and his neighbors vouch for It: About two weekr- ago his cat had kittens, but they died. A few days later tho cat was found in a granary nursing five baby rabbits. "Curious neighbors who Hocked In seemed to worry the cat," he said, "so she left, taking the rabbits with her. She has been home since and Is apparently keeping the rabbits in another place until she can bo assured of privacy." 9- H- Spud Skins Traded By Boy For Diploma EMPORIA, Kas., May 14.--(AP)-Arthur McMullcn, Qucnemo. Kas., got through college lust by the skin of a half million potatoes at a hotel. Averaging 110 pounds of spuds a day. he peeled more than 62 tons or 500,000 potatoes during his four years. I L.D.S. Building Nearlj Ready For Exhibil SALT LAKK CITY, May 14-- (AP) --A special building to house the Latter-day Saints church exhlbli at the California Pacific Interns tlonal exposition' In San Diego summer Is nearlng completion, it was announced today by David Smith of the presiding blshdprlc. July 24, Bishop Smith said, wil be observed as "Utah day" and the program will include a concert by the Salt Lake City tabernacle choir. The church exhibit will Include a pictorial display featuring the history of Utah and of the church. _ _4- -A- _ Champ Marksman Due To Two Months' Work HOUSTON, Texas, May 14.-- (AP) --Two months ago J. B. Stcelc, 34, fired at his first clay pigeon. Monday he won the southwestern divisional zone handicap, breaking 94 out of a possible 100. Cockroaches can live five years. =NOW PLAYINGn Harnei- Baxter : Myrna Loy The Screen's Most Likable Stars "Broadway Bill" "A Marvelous Picture" : and "Gel Thai Lion" "Real Adventures Hunting Lions! . . . it's Great!" This Is a Wonderful Show! Admission.. (Oc ll'io greet picture for' CloudettaColbert . ... Winner ofth« Aeodamy Aword of 19341.., ' "****"--liberty Magazln »1 i f tl. t. / . / / / TOMORROW! A Musical Toast to Romance . . . Sparkling with beauties, spiked with comedy, brimming with intoxicating music! Edw. Everett HORTON KATHERINE De MfLLE Eugene PalleSte . featuring the new dance sensation "Dancing the Viennese"! Hufhiess , . HearSless Soulless .Fascinating Ghouls . . . Frankcnstclns . . . Draculas just weaklings to him . . . The arch criminal of all crime . . . of all tune! NOVA PILBEAr PETER LORRE - EDNA BEST LESLIE BANKS Added SONG HIT Comedy - News j:00 2:00 to 0:00 20c After 6:00... 30c ^WEDNESDAY NIGHT Waltr Nlsht Clyde Lockwood'x Orchestra. Virginia Lou, ' Artist Join the Happy Crowds! 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"GO INTO YOUR DANCE" ... and MORE1 Favorite vs. FRANK "TIGER" BACKLEY DCS Moincs Time Limit PAT REILLY Rouchhouso Bostonlan vs. DON DE LAUN Lonsr Beach Time Limit x -*~ HARRY TOSHI . BRUNO vs. KADCMLKE Italian Lightweight Japanese Jui Jitsu Expert · Time Limit Prices: Ringside, $1.00; General Admission, 50c; Boys, under 14, 25c, tax inclusive; Ladies Free with paid escort, plus tax. Reservations: Hemenway and Moser^'H. and A., Mecca and New Hudson . ' '

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