The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 13, 1933 · Page 6
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>','>,¥"" THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1933 oncM Amusemeri DUAL FEATURES FOR CALIFORNIA "Air Mail" Heads Splendid Program With Bellamy in Lead Role Charles A. Lindbergh, "Cagey Jonos," Phil Love, Bud Ourney are some of the nation's aviation heroes who graduated from the ranks of the intrepid government ulr mall service, •whose thrilling and romantic story has l>een screened in the drama, "Air Mall," now playing m tho California theater. The early aces who blazed the way across the continent and tested the nlr lines at the risk of their lives are mostly all gone, many of them having crashed In the perilous flights, while others have retired to less hazardous pursuits. Only a handful remain In active duty, among them Hamilton Jjee and "Hud" Williams, Jack Knight and Ray Little. The crop of younger pilots who have taken up tho trust of putting through the mall fly under less dangerous conditions than did the pioneers, but the rigorous mall schedule makes mall fly- Ing hazardous at best. Ralph Bellamy. Pat O'Brien, Russell ITopton. Slim Summervllle, Gloria Stuart and Lillian Bond enact the feature roles In "Air Mall," the first screen play to dramatize this little known but romantic flying fleet. "The Man From Arizona," starring Rex Bell, completes a double feature program. « » • DANCER DENIES STORY MONTEVIDEO. Uruguay, Jan. IS. (A: P.)—Antonla Morce, Spanish dancer whose stape name Is "La Argentina." today denied reports that she came here to divorce her husband, ^vho Is an Argentine. AT CALIFORNIA RALPH BELLAMY Gates W. McGarrah May Retire, Rumor fVnitcd Prcft Leased Wire) BASEL, Switzerland, Jan. 13.—In quarters close to the Bank for International settlements It was reported today that Gates W. McGarrah will retire as president of tho bank next May, when his three-year term ends. Ho returned here yesterday from New York after an absence of several weeks. , • • ' Leon Frasor, another American, who now Is vice-president, was mentioned as his successor. The bank directors arc to meet next Monday. Bargain 9 EM Matinees *«V I OX THEATIti: Evenings 9Rft Balcony «Ww CONTINUOUS, 2:30 TO 11:00 TODAY and TOMORROW SHE THOUGHT SCOTLAND YARD WAS A PICKET FENCE, BUT SHE BEAT NEW YORK POLICE TO THE SOLUTION! EXTRA ATTRACTION "WAR DEBTS" WITH CAPT. F. E. KLEINCHMIDT WAR CORRESPONDENT Week Days Matinees... AIJFOUXIA 300 Seats IB* Any Time.. IvW CONTINUOUS, 1:30 TO 11:00 TODAY AND TOMORROW—TWO BIG FEATURES! REX BELL "THE^MAN FROM ARIZONA" TONIGHT IS PAY NIQHT1 A Pay Envelope for Everybodyl TOMORROW—Kiddles' Mickey Mouse Matinee—Free Candy N Now Showing, 7 and d p. m. RONALD COLMAN CYttARA NILE KAY FRANCIS Andy Clyde Comedy News and Review . VIRGINIA Continuous 12 M. to 11 p. m. 300 SEATS—Any Time, 15c Saturday Only Clive Brook, Ann May Wong, Warner Oland and Eugene Pallette Supporting Marlene Dietrich in "SHANGHAI EXPRESS" Comedy, Cartoon and Novelties Last Times Today Richard bix In "THE LOST SQUADRON" OPEN 12-11 "CYNARA" WINS HIGH ACCLAIM OF CRITICS "/-IYNARA," now showing at tho ^-* Nile, Is a perfect vehicle for tho Inimitable talents of Ronald Colman. Indeed, evon tho suave, -urbane Colman has made few pictures more artistic and entertaining than thla one. Tho wtory Is made to order for tho slur. It Is crammed full of situations that arise to rare reality and touch deep poignancy. Colman was never better than In the role of Jim Warlock, the young English barrister who, much against 'his better judgment, Is drawn by his best friend Into what Is called a harmless flirtation and which results In disaster for everybody concerned. .Kay Francis, In the role of Warlock's young wife, gives one of those finished performances which Is her wont, only this time she is belter than over. And a newcomer from England, named Phyllis Barry, soars to tho heights In this, her first Hollywood effort. Henry Htephenson, who played the stage rolo of John Trlng, repeats the part In tho screen play. Other parts are played by Paul Poarcasl, Viva Tattorsall, Clarissa Selwyn, George Klrby, Donald Stewart and Wilson Benge. The short subjects on tho program include an Andy Clyde comedy, a review and tho Universal news reel. "WAR DEBTS" ADDED ATTRACTION AT FOX NILE STAR RONALD COLMAN <J>- KERN—1200 "Mornlngr red, morning red "Lights me to nn early death." j This Is the melancholy battle song i of the helmeted troop columns as they swing forward after their retreating | foe through tlio burning city of Brest- Liltovsk, one of many spectacular and Impressive scenes In' "War Debts" which Is offered at the Fox theater today and tomorrow. Lmrld crimson flames from the tumbling buildings and homos leap Into tho rolling smoke clouds. Regiments of riflemen hurry forward stoically to pour death Into tho disorganized .armies withdrawing before them. Foam flecked horses trot the gun caissons through the smoke created twilight over the cobble stone streets as this splendid and ancient city of BO.OOO burns to ruins. The helpless fugitives—men, women nnd children—with their poor possessions piled high on carts and wagons, are trapped between the raking fire of the two armies. This authentic spectacle of -world history stirs the emotions and thoughts to profound depths as these destructive military machines annihilate the constructive work of generations, only to pile up for those yet unborn vast tax debts with all their attendant miseries. 6—Tom Howard and George Shelton, Chesterfield. 6:15—William Hall; Do Re Ml and orchestra. C:30—Mary Eastman, Modern Male Chorus and orchestra. 7—Morton Downey. 7:16—"Tarzan of the Apes." 7:30—Columbia Revue. 7:45—Myrt and Murge. 8—Globe Headlines. 8:15—Nino Martini and Columbia Symphony. 8:30—Abo Lyman's orchestra. 9—Ben Pollack and his orchestra. 9:30—Bernlo Cummins' orchestra. 9:45—Hal Kemp orchestra. 10—All-request hour. 10:40—Ted Flo Rlto's orchestra. 11—Studio program from KHJ. OPENIM REX "Fighting Gentleman" Seen With Hilarious Comedy Also on Bill Like an uppercut, "Tho Fighting Gentleman," a Monarch melodrama, packed n. mighty punch on the screen of the Hex theater today, AVllllam Collier, Jr., Josephine Dunn and Natalie Morehead are featured, and James J. Jeffries, too well known to need description, Is an Interesting figure that adds to tho audience appeal. Far from being a stereotyped "fight picture," It Is primarily a human Interest story. You Avlll be Interested In Jack Duncan, played by Collier, right from tho start. He Is a likeable braggard with a load of personality and a neat punch packed In his mitts. From motor mechanic the boy tries his hands—both of them—at boxing and finds an unexpected wallop which leads him, eventually, to the coveted champion's crown. But dat ain't all! His wife, played by Josephine Dunn, Is anxious to present her husband with the baby he craves—and when she finds her happiness looming on tho hprizon, a beautiful blonde siren turns on a total eclipse. tt really wouldnt' be fair to tell all. It's a very Ingenious little plot and the players have done their best, with the result that It Is engrossing entertainment for all. "My fifes' ' Family," a hilarious comedy, completes the. double program. 333.1 M—KHJ—900 K. Dorothy Knapp and Jack Edmonds Wed (Aimoclated Press Leased Wire) MONTREAL, Jan. 13. — Dorothy Cnapp, winner of tlio 1922 Atlantic City beauty contest and starred in ilegfeld and Earl Carroll shows, was married recently to Jack Esmonds, Montreal radio announcer, friends said .oday. The couple -were on a quiet honeymoon and could not be reached but fellow employes of Edmonds' told of the marriage and Phil Maurice, a cabaret manager, said ho had Itnown of [t for a week. • Edmonds has been In Montreal but a few months, coming hero from New York. Any 8««t t« 5 ». •. 15c 6—CBS programs to 6:30. 6:30—Pasadena Community Players. 6:45—CBS programs to 7:30. 7:30—Chandu, the Magician. 7:45—Myrt and Marge. 8—Globe Headlines. 8:15—CBS program. 8:30—Stanley Smith's orchestra. 8:45—Abe Lyman orchestra. 9—"The Voice of Romance." 9:15—To be announced. 9:30—CBS programs to 10. 10—World-Wide news. ; 10:10—Blsqulck band. 10:15—Ted Flo-Rlto's orchestra. 10:40—Stanley Smith's orchestra. 11:20—Dancing with the Stars. 12 to 1 a. m.—Marshall Grant, organist. "PENGUIN POOL MURDER" ROBERT ARMSTRONG, MAE CLARKE AND DONALD COOK. solved by a spinster school teacher, played by Miss Oliver, who by sheer force of will and reasoning, compels James Glcnson of the Now York homicide squad to accept her as a working partner. , Oleason, as Inspector Piper, Is a perfect foil for Miss Oliver's brilliant humor. ' Robert Armstrong gives a splendid performance as a lawyer. Donald Cook, as the lover, Is as convincing and Mae Clarke celebrates her screen return following an Illness by contributing a fine performance as tho wife. Also prominent In the cast Is Clarence H. AVllson, as the aquarium superintendent, whose role of sheriff In "The Front Page" remains unforgettable to moviegoers. W HAT a really fine actress this Edna May Oliver Is! Her new picture, "The Penguin Pool Murder"— and It Is hers by all rules of the theater—Is the current reason for attending the Fox theater. "The Penguin Pool Murder" Is serious drama, a brilliantly conceived mystery plot and a laugh-packed comedy In one unit. The story concerns a husband murdered In the New York Aquarium, where he has discovered his wife and her lover, and his body deposited In tho penguin tank. The superintendent of the aquarium becomes Involved as a suspect, as does a pickpocket ^present at the crime. Tho Intriguing mystery Is finally Seven well-known character actors and actresses supplement tho work of Marleno Dietrich nnd Clive Brook In Josef von Stornbergs latest production, "Shanghai Express, 1 which Is the Virginia theater's feature picture for Saturday only. Thfse nrllsts are Anna May Wong, AVarner Oland, tjiwrenoc Grant, Ous- tav von Seyffertltz, Emll Chautard, Eugene Palletto and Louise Closser Hale. Miss Dietrich's characterization In "Shanghai Express" Is that of Shanghai Lily, im adventuress, notorious throughout the orient. Brook'plays tho part of a British officer, one of her legion of admirers. Miss "Wong, featured character actress In "Daughter of the Dragon," has the role of a Chinese courtesan; Oland appears PS n Chinese war lord: Grant portrays n European clergyman: i Seyffertltz hns the part of a German j adventurer; Chautard, a former dlrec- I tor of silent pictures, Is an officer I cnshlerefl-ffom the French army: Pallette Is a gamble and bookmaker, and Miss Hale. n. veteran actress, represents a boarding house keeper In Shanghai. STATUES FOR SHAME SHANGHAI, Jan. 13.—The Chinese, as usual, are doing things backwards. In ancient times, iron statues were erected to Indicate the lasting disapproval of corrupt government officials. Today Mr. Ho Tslhslang of the Anti-Civil War League suggests that Iron statues of every war lord who Indulges in civil war should bo erected to shame him. . HE TEMPTS FATE JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Jan. 13.— One can hardly expect not to be robbed If he tempts thieves' the way Ted Brown did In a hotel tho other day. Brown went to bed and left his key on the outside of the door. When he awoke the following morning he found a sneak thief had beert unabl to pass up such an easy mark and had robbed him of $90. HELENECOMO IDSAT Actress Becomes Bride ; of Arturo del . Barrio, ^ Prominent Cuban , (A ttoctotei Pros Leaned "Wire) HAVANA, Jan, 13.—ilelene COB- • olio, sistor-ln-law of John Barrymore, and Artufo del Barrio, member of.n,. prominent Cuban family, succeded in teeplng their "secret" Just Blx days. An entry In court records today disclosed their marriage on January 0. , The "former'.'.', movie heiress—the former"' IB her own adjective—was married to Del Barrio by Notary RIo- arlo Blurr'un In the apartment of the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Cora del. Barrio. Miss Costello has been vlslt- ,ng tho mother since early In December. •' •» ' Only members of tho Dol Barrio family wore present. It had been Intended not to announce the marriage for some time. Previously Engaged , Members of tho family said the two were once before engaged, tho engagement coinciding with young Del Barrio's visit to-Hollywood four years ago, but Miss Costello's. version was slightly different. "We were engaged before and after his visit," she said. Asked what Interrupted thoso earlier plans, Miss Costello replied, with Intentional Irrelevancy, "extenuating^ circumstances." Her marriage to Lowell Sherman ended in divorce last fall. As to whether Miss Costello continues In pictures, that will depend on her husband, she said. -. i She said sho would remain In Cubn. "for this Is my home now," until spring, when the two will sail to spend holy week In Italy. Age No Worry The bride who appeared In tho first all-talking picture, gave her age as 2<l. "I don't worry about my age any longer," she^Iaughed, "because I'm no longer In pictures." Del Barrio, who Is 26, was educated In Havana schools nnd at Fettle Institute, Helghtstown, N. J. He has done some movie producing In Cuba and one of his pictures Is now •being shown In Europe. 300 Seats. Any Time.. ,15c Today and Tomorrow TWO BIG FEATURES Mother-in-Law Lands With a Laugh- Maker Old Time and Modern Dancing Every Saturday Night Rainbow Garden Where They All Go Just for Fun BIG FREE LUNCH FROM 11 to 12 Cash Prizes on Spot Dance Permanent Wave Given Away Every Saturday Night WILSON'S HARMONY BAND Admission Price Reduced to 40c No Tax One Sure Way to End Coughs and Colds Persiitent cough* and cold* laid to serious trouble. You can stop them now with Creomulsion, an emulsified creosote that is pleasant to take. Creomulaion i* a new medical discorery with two-fold action; it soothes and heals the inflamed membrane* and inhibit* germ growth. 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(Adr.) 283.5 M.—KNX—1050 K. 6—News. 6:15—11111, Mac and Jimmy. 6:BO—HI avid Klmer. 6:45—Currier's Serenaders. 7—Frank Watanabo nnd Honorable Archie. 7:15—"Pieces of Eight." 7:30—Kate Smith. 7:45—Musical program. 8—"Order of Optimistic Do-Nuts. 9—News. 9:15—Sol Hoopll. 9:45—Fights from Hollywood Stadium. 10:45—Organ and JIarlon Mansfield. 11 to 12 midnight—New Paris Inn. 4*8.5 M.—KFI—840 K. 6—Tho First Nighter. 6:30—Tho Armour hour. 7—Al Jolson und orchestra. 7:30—String orchestra. 7:4C—MuTo Octet. 8—Amos 'n' Andy. 8:16—String orchestra. 8:30—NBC-KGO programs to 9:30. 9:30—.String orchestra. 10—NBC-KGO program. 10:15—Vhll Harris' orchestra. 10:45—Juy Whldden'a orchestra. 11—Phil Harris' orchestra. 11:30 to 12 midnight—Jay Whl4- deu's orchestra. ASKED TO FORM CABINET BUCHAREST. Rumnntn. .Tnn. 13. (A. P.)—Former Premier Vnlrlavoevod was oommlsFlonerl to form a new cabinet todny In succession to that of Jiilhi Mnnln. who rftslirnefl ventorrtav. CUT-RATE • DRUGSTORE Also MUlllk AMGIUM «/»</ * qrt4f co/ntity etst 1 With WILLIAM COLLIER, JR., and JOSEPHINE DUNN Lively Music— Lively Time Tonight Is "College Night" With JACK REESE'S Eight-Piece Band CANADAY'S PAVILLION Gentlemen 55c Ladles Free RIALTO 6tt&». m,, I i After C. I5t. 25o Today and Saturday C«ntlnuoui, 8*turd«y, Sundiy, I to 11 TOM TYLER In "The Forty-niners" No. 8, "The Last Frontier" Comedy, News and Cartoon Sunday—"Cabin in the Cotton" and "Divorce in the Family" G RANAD 618 Kentucky Street Tilklni Pleturti Eviry Diy A ANY SEAT, ANY TIME, 1Bc Children Always 10c Today and Saturday Ctntlnuoui, 8*tur4»y, Sunday, I ti 11 Two Big Features "The Phantom President" With Ceorga M. Cohan and Jimmy Duranta and BOB STEEUE In "Hidden Valley" News and Comedy EARTH'S CURVATURE The U. S. Naval Otwervutory reports that the measure of tho curvature of the earth Is said to be np- liroxlmatnly 8 Inchos per mile. 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