The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 24, 1933 · Page 8
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1 S *V £„ y' ,t, "^f^ 1 ?**% ^M^'S' ^ ^ ''^^ft'f j^jjl*** "fp^jlp ,' ..;R BAKERSFIELD CALIFQRNIAN, TUE$tiA\V JANUARY^, EtDdncM i--c' MONEY SCANDALS OF "Billion Dollar Scandal" Is Booked for Fox Screen on Wednesday Billion Dollur SnandaV inelo- _ _ of u nut Ion-wide big-money KAvtndle. which opeiut tomorrow at the l^ox theater, will continue Its run there through Thursday. Robert Armstrong heads the cast In the role of Fingers Partos, the humble masseur and cx-convlcl, who becomes the man of tho hour when he dares to talk, exposing a group of rtllllonttire financiers HB the perpetrators of a gigantic swindle. 'Constance Cummlngx appears In tho feminine lend, ns Dorlw Mnsterson, daughter of the leader of the swindlers, a role played by Prank Morgan. Others of prominence are Olffa Bacla- jiova as Finders' girl; James Oleason and Warren Hymer AS Ratwy and the Kid, his two pals; Frank Albertson as his younger brother; Irving Plchel as the editor of the newspaper which conducts the expose, and Hale Hamilton, Dorothy Peterson, Half Hur- olde. Berton Churchill and Sidney Toler in supporting roles. MAY INVESTfGATE CONDITIONS PHILADELPHIA, Jim. 24. (U. Pa- State authorities have been asked to investigate flood fund sanitary conditions along the Krankford creek In the northeastern section of the city. I OX I HI AIIM 'CONTINUOUS, i;3o TO ti.-oo LAST TIMES TODAY f. *<• AIIIOirXIA •CONTINUOUS, 1:30 TO 11:00 LAST TIMES TODAY aw ROGERS TOO BUSY rox TO WORK Picture Starts Tomorrow TWO BIG FEATURES 'A Picture Based on the Mystery of Life I "BILLION DOLLAR SCANDAL" Constance Cummlnoi> Frank Albertson and Robert Armstrong In leading roles of Fox attraction. "FAREWELL TO ARMS" TODAY Regardless of the film success she achieves tn tlic slurring role of Frank Uonuige'g production of "A Farewell to Arms," ctidlntf .toiluy tit the tfox theater, Helen UuycN nny« she will appear In at leust one Broadway play enoh year. "A Farewell, to Arms" from the Ernest Hemingway novel, gives Miss Hayes Iier third big film' role. She won praise for hei' performances In "The Sin of Martelon Claudet" mid "Arrowsmlth." In her latest picture she Is co-starred with Qury' Cooper and Adolphe Menjou Is fe»- tured In the cnst. FEATURED IN NILE DRAMA PEQQV JOYCE ILL Jan. 24; (A, P.)— Peggy Hopkins Joyce, whose claim to public notice Is that she Is one of the most frequent pnlron«. of 'the dlV'orce courts, WHS confined to her home to- dny from nn attack of Influenza. Her condition was reported as belnff not .serious. Helen Kane to Wed . Max Hoffman, Jr. NEW TOTIK, Jnn, 24.—Helen (Boop- Boop-a-Doop) Kane, one of the early songbirds tit the singing Mcrcen, and Max Hoffman, Jr., are planning to be nmrrled. I Hoffman, son 'of Gertrude Hoffman, danseuso, pointed to nn engagement ring Mlws Kane vena wearing when asked to confirm reports of tho engagement. No date for tho marriage has been set. 333.1 M.—KHJ—900 K, MOOOU THEY FOUND ALL THAT THE HUMAN HEART KNOWS OF ECSTASY AND BREAKING —EXTRA MICKEY MOUSE CHARLIE CHASE ' Fox Movietone Newt STARTING TOMORROW The Picture They Dared Hollywood 'to M»kel Thelma Todd Has Three Broken Ribs HOLLYWOOD. Jan. 24.— Thelma Todd, blonde screen actress, was In a hospital today, suffering from three broken ribs, a. broken shoulder and possible Internal Injuries, inflicted In an automobile accident. At first believed slight, her injuries lust night were pronounced serious nnd she WIIH removed from her home. Her husband, Fasejuale de Clcco, broker, who was driving when their car struck a tree. was bruised. SIR MALCOLM ILL HORLBY, Surrey, KngJand, Jan, 24. (A. P.)— Sir Malcolm Campbell, the automobile racej", who planned to leave for Plorldn tomorrow, was In bed today with Influenza. ti—Tom Howard, Qeorge Shelton and Betty Bartliel. ^ 6:ir>—Threads of Happiness. 6:30—California Melodies. 1 —b'rauciBvo Gel Cuvnpo. 7:lli—Don Clark and sweet music. 7:HO—Chandu, the Aliiglclun. . • 1:45—Myrt and Marge. 8—Globu Headlines. 8:10—Radio musical comedy. 9:IG—Unknown hands. 9:30—Harold Stern's orchestra. 10—News Items and Blsqulck band. 10:1C—Kb and 55eb. 10:30—Ted Florlto's orchestra. 11—Hal Grayson's orchestra. 285.6 M.—KNX—1050 K. 8— News. 6:16— Bill, Mac and Jimmy. 0:30— SI and Elmer. 6:45 — Currier's Serenade™. 7 — Frank Watauubd and Hon. Archie. 7:15 — Marion Mansfield and. Singing 468.5 M.—KFI—640 K. ti—Helena Hundln, Truthful Trouper. 0:16—Tales of the Secret Service. B:30—Ed Wynn and Fire Chief's band. 7—Lucky Strike dance hour. ti—Amos 'n' Andy. fc:15—Memory Lane. S-.45—Adventures In Health. 9—Tapestries of Life. 9:30—Ben Bernle's orchestra. 10—Richfield Reporter of the- AJr. 10:ir>—Phil Harris' orchestra. . 7:30— Concert orchestra and Earl JJun«ulrer> ••• 8 — American Legion program. 8:30 — KNX orchestra.- 8 Mii — Golden Memories. 9 — News. 9:15 — Dance band. 9:30 — Concert. 10— KNX dance band. • 10:30 — Organ and Marlon Mansfield. 11 to 12 midnight— New Purls Inn. KERN—1200 K. STARTS TOMORROW REVEALED-bythaOneManWhQ Knows the Heart-Stabbing Truth! 6 — Tom Howard and George Shelton. G:lu — Threads of Happiness. 0:90 — California Melodies. 7 — TIioHe MeCarty girls. 7:15 — "Tarzan of tho Apes." 7:30— Kdwln C. Hill. 7:45 — Myrt and Marge. 8— fllobe Headlines. S:tu — HoM'ard Barlow and Columbia Symphony. 8:30 — Isham Jones orchestra. 9 — .Toe Haymes orchestra. 9:15 — Joe Haymes' orchestra. 9:30 — Harold Htern.prchestra. 10 — All request hour. - * « » GIANT LOBSTER TRAPPED NANTT7CKET, Mass., Jan. 24. U. -P.)— A giant lobster, three feet, jour and Uiree-quarters inches Ions ipnd welg-hlnff 23 pounds, was' brought up Irf an otter-trnwl and landed here by the schooner Janet Ellse. ^ &**>£>« V* BETTE DAVIS IN "30,000 YEARS IN SINQ SING." T WENTY THOUSAND YKARS IN SINO Slrta," which opens at the Nile tomorrow night, IB not a prison picture, but a gripping lovo story, based entirely on fact. . It Is the llrst and only picture ever written by a prison warden. Every Incident In it, has been taken from the amazing, endless drama that parades before the famous Lewis B. Lawes, warden of Sing Sing prison, and w6ven Into powerful story. "Twenty Thousand Years In Sing Sing" Is not fiction but fact, It contains romance and pathos which appeals to women,, strong, rugged drama men like, and laughs and action for the children. It is a picture that has everything and which was made for everyone. Those If the featured roles Include Spencer Tracy, Bette Davis, Sheila Terry, Warren Hymer, Arthur Byron, Louis Culhern, Arthur Hoyt and many others. NAMED FOR WEST POINT WASHINGTON, Jan. 24. (U. P.I— Representative Swing, Republican, California, today named Kenneth Sayre Wa.de, San Diego, as principal nominee for a West Point vacancy from his district and AUin J. Oro- becker, Sun Diego, for an Annapolis vacancy. Hill Billies Will Be at Fox Friday Glenn Rice and his famous original Beverly Hill Billies will 'appear in per- yon on the Fox stage Friday and Saturday.- This talented sroup of stellar radio entertainers will "whoop it up" at all performances. '' Their work has made them radio Idols of a nation, Brunswick record- Ing artists, and they come to make a personal visit to Bakersfleld after a ! long, successful tour of the country. l Their pleasing programs of songs and i quaint musical numbers have made 'them much In demand. They are first In their line to create and to popularize the Hill Billy entertainment. The fact that they have" many Imitators and still reign supreme is a tribute to their remarkable prowess with their music.' and A Gripping Drama and » Pine Romancel MONTE BLUE in "OFFICER J3" With LI LA LEE Tomorrow and Thursday TWO BIG FEATURES CAROLE LOMBARD in "VIRTUE" Also "Night After Night" With GEORGE RAFT RIALTO » TO « P. M., lit; AFTER «, I3i. 25c Last Times Today Clark Gabte and ' Jean Harlow in "RED DUST" •'With Gene Raymond, Mary Astor "Our Gang" Comedy • . News and Mickey Mouse Last. Times Today "THE LAST MAN" and "THE NIGHT MAYOR" VIRGINIA Continuous 12 m. to 11 p. m. 300 Seats, Any Time.. .15c Today and Wednesday WARNER BAXTER In "MAN ABOUT TOWN" With Karen Morley and Conway Teirle Intrigue on His Mind— Wpmen In Hl» Arms! Comedy — Act — Novelty Bargain Dances at Coconut Grove Ballroom TUESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY Dunce All OR** Evening, Only A«9\* Ladles Always Free DUKE KENYON'S BAND By Popular Demand RANAD 618 Kentucky Street Ttlfclni Plclurn tvtry Oiy ANY SEAT. ANY TIME, 15c Children Always 10o Today and Wednesday Kay Francii, Adolphe Menjou, Charlea Rugelei and Miriam Hopkins In "Night Club Lady" A Thrilling Murder Mystery Newi, Comedy and Cartoon Sonny Cunha, Noted Song Writer, Dead HONOLULU, Jan. 24.—Albert R Sonny" Cunha, 53, Honolulu capital- st who popularized Hawaii songs In merlca a few years ago when he omposed "On the Beach- at Wal- Ikl," died here yesterday. He pi a yet ncklo at Yale 25 years ago nnd bean his song -writing career while till a student. /./Tv\ . -A BRASSIERE TOPPfD BATHING SUIT of- yeuowjERSw WITH AWHlTtBELJ. f ROCK OF BLUE- SIMPLE WRAP AROUND CLO&IHG BAHDED IN RWAHD WHITE. GHT-APAJAMA SUIT Of- WHlTt FLAWtL WORN WITH A tJCRSW BLOUSE IHBRIGHTRfP. Glcnda Furrell to Be Seen in California. Feature; Double Bill Olenda Farrell, who Is prominently ast in the sensational matern1ty>ward drama, "I/lfe Begins," the First Na- ionnl picture which comes to tho Cal- fornia theater tomorrow, began her heatrlcal career pining Little TCvii n "Undo Tom's cabin." Since then she has '.had numerous roles showing icr as a hard-boiled und thoroughly lOphlBtlculed girl. • Her biggest stage successes were as a gangster's tholl In "On the Spot" and an Sudio Thompson In -"'Haiti." ter first motion picture role wus as a ady of the night clubs opposite 13d- \yard-'O, Robinson and Douglas Pair- banks, Jr., in "Little Caesar." Two kids, Mickey McOuIre and Jackie Searje, will be seen in "Offl- ;er 13" when It opens at tho Callfor- ila theater tomorrow. While screen veterans, both are real youngsters, playing their roles with a naturalness [hat Is often lac'king In more mature irtlsts. 1'or several years, Mickey has Lieen the star of -his own company, liroduclng comedy shorts that have delighted millions of theatergoers. Jnckle will never be forgotten for his ro-starrlng parts with Jackie-Cooper .md Mltzl Green In several great Paramount pictures. Both of these splendid pictures are on the same program. Will Rogers closes his three-day laughfest today with his latest picture, "Too Busy to Work." SURE WAY TO WIN "DENVKR, Colo., Jan.- 24. — Two holdup men who held up a barbecue stand belonging to Jess Duncan have found the only sure winning combination on n slot machine. The only sure way to win Is to do what they did, take tho machine and pry off the back. That Is what they did to two of Duncan's machines. They completely ignored his cash register. SPONSORED AND GUARANTEED BY STUDEBAKER You have to cars er high price to find its rival f John R. Huff Co.i Inc. 2211 Chester Avenue Phone 2211 _ The Phillips Music Company SELLS SHEET MUSIC AT . f / Publishers' Price Most Numbers 25 C A Few 35c Our Buying Direct From Publishers Makes This Possible PHILLIPS MUSIC COMPANY "The Musical Bargain Center of Bakersfleld" CORNER OF TWENTIETH AND "EYE" STREETS ON THE SECOND FLOOR "BABY SHOP" —Has It's January / Savings for the, ' Little Folks* A Special Display Infants' Flannelette • Gowns -Made of soft, fluffy quality flannelette—tub-proof 50c Each Infants' i Kirrionos —Pink and blue trimmed— real hand embroidered and dainty (or tiny babies. 50C and 85C • ' •^•••^••••••••••••"•^••••^ Infants' Dresses —A large selection of pretty dresses for babies—many of them are all hand-made, of materials that wash and wear. The prices range from 85° 95 Infants' ' Slips —Another complete line of hand-made slips for baby—offering a range of qualities. 65 C , 0 T 5 Blankets for Babies — tn both cotton, part-wool and all-wool. They come In. dainty baby colors: Pink, blue or white, and at just the price you wish to pay — from 50 C ,. $ 4 C ,. $ 4 50 TAKE THE ELEVATOR Valentines Are Ready! » in the Valentine Booth—Main Floor The Newest of the New! —Hundreds of Valentines are ready toi\ mother, • sister* sweetheart, teacher, and all' Prices Start at 5c Each Visit the Basement SEE! THB SCORES OF BARGAIN TABLES OB 1 Home Needs .at January Prices . "S.&H." GREEN STAMPS GIVEN, WITH EVERY PURCHASE AT Redlick's

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