The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 27, 1933 · Page 8
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
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Friday, January 27, 1933
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THE BAKERSFIELD CAL1EORN1AN, FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. 1933 oncin^ SIARS OF .FH1MED HERE Glen Rice ami Beverly Mill Billies Appearing On Fox Stage Now Jlost every rndlo tn'n who listens to his favorites night after night pictures In his own mind just how they look. TCvery rnnil hrlnprs to C»lon Rloo and his Beverly Hill Billies huntings of letters Inquiring ns to how sinnll Is "tilttle .Tnckle?" "Is Bnvld ns handsome ns they say he IP?" "What does Caleb look like?" Perhaps that curiosity Is responsible for some of tlie larne crowds who flock to the theaters every time they mnlco n. personal appearance, but ample proof has been Riven that, the real magnet is the haunting harmony or the quaint old songs Hint-have touched :i resonant: chord In the hearts of radio funs. i These mountaineer buys have the j charm of unaffected simplicity which seems to transplant a theater audience right into the very heart of the lirlmltlve mountains, and ipstead of n-atclilng a show, each auditor feels he Is enjoj'inir u private treat in the liomo of the Hill Hlllies. Olen Hlce and Ma Beverly Hill Billies arc making a personal appearance M all performances on the Fox .stage, today and tomorrow. This splendid •..'.•\ has broken records at Graumon's <.' theater. l.<oew's TVarfleld, Vantages unU the Paramount In San Richard Dix Plays Real Father Role fl litnl I'rcsa Lrafcjl V ire) HuL,M'\VOOD. Jan. '.'T.— Richard Dix. screen stnr. passed out cigars to- ilay to celebrate his new role of being ;> father. An S-pound daughter wns burn to Mrs. Dix, the former Winifred c 'oe. San Francisco society girl. Mother and child were described ns doing nicely. OPENS AT FOX TODAY ACTRESS TO WED lx:>S ANGELES, Jan. 27. (A. P.)— Kdna Callaghan. 20-year-old film ac- 'tress, formerly of San Francisco, and ijregg Wesley Toland, 23, screen -cam- traman, filed notice here today of intention to marry. Miss Callaghan was one of 15 young women selected from various cities by Warner Brothers, producers, and placed under film contracts several months ago. FOX THI:ATIU: CONTINUOUS 2:30 TO 11:00 Today and Tomorrow ON OUR STAGE They're Here! GLEN RICE AND HIS EIGHT ORIGINAL BEVERLY HILL BILLIES •Mr. Tall Feller"-5-Qlen Hisself. Bill"—The Uazy Cuss . .Oh! My I 'David"—Who Fiddles Love Songs. •Aaron"—A Bull Fiddler. Oh! Boy! 'Manuel"—You'll Wipe Off Tears •When He Croons That Trumpet. •Caleb"—Lawdy! He Sho Kin Do. •Texie"—Try an' Out-Yodle Him. •Little Jackie Boon"—The 12-Year- Old Wonder. YAS, SUH! ON OUR SCREEN! FLAGC and QUIRT . . Back again and cockier than ever..New cock-eyed gags New knockou dames.. heade by voluptuou Lupe Velez. HOf PEPPER vilh dmu.,d LOWE •rMcLAGLEN LupeV«l«z El Brendcl FOX MOVIETONE NEWS imiUIIHHIHIIIIIMIHIIHWMIHIIIII None other than the persuasive Lupe Velez is the latest bone of contention between Flagg and Qulft, who carry on in "Hot Pepper." FOR CALIFORNIA 'Robbers' Roost" Featured With George O'Brien Heading Cast When an enterprising foreman on a big Arizona ranch decided to herd his tenderfoot employer's cnttlo over to Mexico and sell them himself some 30 years ago, he wrote a chapiter In the state's history that fs being commomo. rated on the screen. 55une Grey used the affair as the basis for 'his "Robbers' Roost," and •with George O'Brien 'and Maureen O'Sulllvan In the leading roles, the. Pox Films version of the story proved highly entertaining at Its opening at the California theater today. Maude Eburne, Reginald Owen. Robert Qrelg, William Pivwloy, Doris Lloyd and Walter JtcGrall are In tWe cast of the production, which was directed by Tjouls King. "Women Won't Tell," a drama of a woman's sacrifice, from live pen ; of Lela Rogers, brilliant scenarist and mother of the charming screen star, Ginger Rogers, Is scheduled for a showing at the California theater, •where It opens a two-day .engagement today. ..'.-...• A brilliant lineup of stars heads' the cast, Including Sarah Padden, of stage and screen fame, recently seen ' tn "Grand Hotel," "Rasputin," "Wild Girl," and "Rebecca of Sunnybrobk Farm;" Otis Harlan, who scored In "Show Boat," "Prosperity," with Marie Dressier and Polly Moran. and "That's My Boy," beautiful young Gloria Shea; Larry Kent, Edmund Breese, celebrated screen veteran, Mae Busch, Walter Long, William V. KonR, Robert Ellis, Tom Rlcketts, Isabel Withers and many others of equal magnitude. Mpmle Harrison, Dallas, Texas, girl, Is soon to be Mrs. Alack CfoW. Mpr« sp*clflcally, she's to be the bride of John P. Hearne, who Is better known as the "Moran" of th« famous black-face team of Moran and Mack. Mack will be best man, and his wife matron of honor at the w,eddlno> The ceremony Is to be held In Mexico, and directly afterward all four will go to Hollywood to begin work on their next movie. STARON REX SCREEN Splendid Cast Is Featured in Western Thriller "Cornered" Called the "Grand Hotel'! among western pictures, Tim McCoy's latest Columbia film, "Cornered," showing today at the Rex theater, has a supporting oust such as no other "western" has ever had, with Shirley Grey ns the heroine,' Nlles Welch as the romantic leading man. Noah Berry, Raymond Hntton and Walter Long as the principal heavies, and. Claire MacDowell, Lloyd Tngraham and John Bberts as the chief character actors. "Cornered" was directed by. B. Reeves Kason. It wns adapted ,from a published story by William Colt MacDonald. McCoy plays the rolo of a Wyoming sheriff who suffers disgrace when his prisoner escapes, but redeems himself by proving the man wns Innocent and bringing the real culprit to justice. BOOKED AT NILE SUNDAY SCENE FROM "THE MUMMY," WITH •0- BORIS KARLOFF. Maureen Not Going to Quit Hollywood (United Prats Leased Wire) HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 27.— Maureen O'Sulllvan, the little Irish girl who made a 'success In Hollywood, Is not going home, reports to the contrary notwithstanding. After quarreling with Jimmy Dunne, her fiance, Maureen said she was sick and tired of Hollywood, and was going homo. A friend who heard her tipped the newspapers. "Jimmy and I have made up, and I'm anxious to continue my screen worlt," Maureen said. "I had /no Idea that which is said In confidence would reach the newspapers." Racketeers Demand Jack White Asserts $5000 From Banker' He Is Impoverished f.\asociatcd Press Leased Wire) CHICAGO, Jan. 27. — Operatives of the "Secret Six" crime fighting organization and a squad of policemen were guarding the home in suburban Lake Forest of Solomon Smith, president of the Northern Trust Company, following receipt of a second death threat In a letter demanding ?5000. JUSTICE STONE HONORED WASHINGTON, Jan. 27. (A. P.)— Justice Marian F. Stone of, the Supreme Court was selected today to follow In the footsteps of two of his Illustrious fellow Amherst alumni as chairman of the trustees committee of the Kolger Shakespeare Memorial library. (United Press Leased Wire) HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 27.—Jack White added his name today to the growing list of stage and screen celebrities who descrlhe themselves us Impoverished ex-husbands. The mu- j slcal comedy producer was discharged I after testifying In court ho had "no \ I money" with which to satisfy a judgment held by his former wife, Pauline Stark, film actress. Miss Stark had been awarded a judgment on a promissory note signed by White as part of a property settlement. KERN—1200 K. AIIIOirXIA CONTINUOUS 1:30 TO 11)00 TODAY and TOMORROW TWO BIG FEATURES ZMM Grey's BUur*«a O'feamv m Uttmn and "WOMEN WON'T TELL" With SARAH PADDEN, EDMUND BREESE, MAE BUSCH TONIGHT IS PAY NIGHT Pay Roll Ready at 7 o'Clpck KIDS! Another SPEED BIKE will be given FREE at the kids' matinee tomorrow. DoVi't miss It! ACCOUNTANT ACQUITTED STOCKHOLM, Jan. 27. fA. P.)— Herr Henning, chief accountant of Kreuger & Toll Company, who was arrested last May on charges in connection with Irregularities of the company's accounts, was acquitted today. The court held that Ivar Kreuger. head of .the company, who committed suicide in Paris, was responsible for certain criminal manipulations and that Henning had no suspicion of what was being done. Today and Tomorrow TWO BIG FEATURES JOE E. BROWN in "Tenderfoot" Also 6—Chesterfield program, Tom Howard and George Shelton, Leonard Hayton's Orchestra, 6:15—Bakersfleld Ministerial Union. 6:30—Socony Vacuum Oil program. 7—Columbia Revtie. 7:15—"Tarzan of the Apes." 7:30—Street Singer. 7:45—Myrt and Marge. 8—Globe Headlines. 8:15—Nino Martini and Colored^ Symphony. 8:30—Abe Lyman's Orchestra. 9—Ben Pollack Orchestra. 9:30—Dernle Cummins Orchestra. 3:45—Hal Kemp Orchestra. 10—All Request Hour. 10:40—Ted Plo-Rito's Orchestra. 11—Dancing With the Stars. t- •-*>- 28S.5 M.—KNX—1050 K. 6—News. 6:15—Billy, Mac and Jimmy. 6:30—SI and Elmer. 6:45—Currier's Serenaders. 1, —Frank Watanabe and Archie. 7:15—"Pieces of Eight." 7:30—KNX Ensemble. 7:45—Happy Chappies. g—"The Royal Order of Optimistic Do-Nuts.' T 9—News. 9:15—Sol Hoopii. 9:45_Flghts From Hollywood Stadium. 10:45—Organ and Marlon Mansfield, vocalist. 11 to 12 midnight—New Paris Inn. 468.5 M.—KFI—640 K. 6—The First Nighter. 7—Al Jolson and orchestra. 7:30—String orchestra. 7:45—Male Octet. 8—Amos 'n' Andy. 8:1C—Gllmore Circus. 9:15—Howard Thurston, magician. 9:30—String orchestra. 10—Richfield Reporter. 10:15—Phil Harris' orchestra. 10:15—Phil Harris' orchestra. 11:30 to 12 midnight—Jay Whidden's orchewtra. 333.1 M.—KHJ—900 K. -<*> -*ACTRESS IS MARRIED BALTIMORE. Jan. 27. (A. P.)— Grace Brlnkley, the Diana Deveraux of the musical satire "Of Thee I Sing," playing here this week, announced today she was married yesterday to Joseph T. P. Sullivan; New York attorney. B ORIS KARLOFF, noted creator of sinister roles, and today do- i kuowledged as fllmdom's supremo makeup artist, has achieved a new and startling masterpiece In his latest picture, "The Mummy," which opens at the Nile Sunday. Surpassing even his '"Frankenstein" role In cleverness, the "mummy" makeup took Knrloff eight tedious hours to don. The transformation of the actor to Im-ho-tep, 3700-year-old mummy, was accomplished with nerve-racking effort. "The Mummy" was written 'by Nina WHcox Putman and adapted to the screen by the eminent British writer of the occult, John L. Balderston. Liberty magazine's review gives a rating of three stars to "The Mummy" and says It Is the most unusual picture ever shown on the screen, and while some may not like It, they will get a'tremendous thrill out of Karloff's performance. Those in the supporting cast are ZIta Johann. David Manners, Edward Van Sloan, Katheryn Byron. Arthur Byron, Mae Crane and Bramwell Fletcher: RINTY, JR. ON RIALTO In "The Pride of the Legion,"' a thrilling adaptation of Peter B. Kyne's magazine story of the police department," being 'shown at the Rlalto theater today and Saturday, Rlnty, Jr., shares acting honors with one of the greatest casts ever assembled In u. single motion picture, headed by such eminent stars as Barbara Kent, J. Farrell MacDonald, Luclen Llttlefleld,' Sally Blane, Glenn' Tryon, Matt Moore, Ralph Ince, Victor Jory, lato'st "find" of the producer Nat liovlnc,, who was responsible for the discovery of George Brent, current Hollywood sensation, and many others of equal magnitude. Also, the countless fans .who mourn the late and well-beloved Rln-Tln- Tln will be Interested to learn that advance reports hall the younger Rlnty as possessing all the canine beauty, Intelligence and daring of his world-famous sire. 6—Tom Howard, Georgo Sheltoti and Betty Barthell. 0:1G—Pasadena Community Players. 6:30—"The Inside Story," Edwin C. Hill. 7—Columbia Revue. 7:30—Chandu, the Magician. 7:45—Myrt and Marge. 8—Glob.o Headlines. 835—Nino Martini and Columbia Symphony Orchestra, 8:30—Abe Lyman's Orchestra. . 8:45—Sam Coslow, "The Voice of Romance." 9—Ben Pollack's Orchestra. 9:1!J—Unknown Hands. 9:30—Bernle Cum.min's Orchestra. ^9:45—Hal Kemp's Orchestra. 10—News Items and Blsqulck Band. 10:15—Eb and Zeb.' 10:30—Tom Coakley's Orchestra. 11—Hal Grayson's Orchestra. 11:30—Bob Coleman's Orchestra. 12—Marshall Grant, Organist. «-*-• , Pauline Frederick Sued for $38,350 ( Press Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27.—Pauline Frederick, stage and screen actress, ; was sued for $38,350 In the ^Superior Court today by three minors, who claimed they were Injured In an accident last December 20, Involving Miss Frederick's automobile. The plaintiffs, suing through their father, E. C. McKlnney, were Alice, 19, Robert, 17, and Dorothy, 9. They alleged that while driving In an automobile driven by Mjss Alice McKlnney, n collision occurred at Van Nuys when Miss Frederick drove negligently In entering an intersection. R.&B. CUTRATE COUGH . . . Real Throat relief! Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub 'OVERCOMES BAD BRFAI VIRGINIA Continuous 12 m. to 11 p. m. 300 Seats, Any Time.. .15c LAST TIMES TODAY ERIC LINDEN Dorothy Jordan, Roaco Ates in "ROADHOUSE MURDER" Surprlsel Suspense! Sensation! You Wouldn't Believe It If It Hadn't Happened! Comedy, Cartoon, Screen Songs ROBERT BURNS ANNIVERSARY Concert and DANCE Tomorrow Night B o'clock Auspices St. Andrews Society Music by John Ramage Orchestra K. OF P. HALL GO I Lake Street Admission 3Sc G RANAD 618 Kentucky Street Talking Pleturti Every Day A ANY SEAT, ANY TIME, 15c Children Always 10c Today and Saturday Kay Francis, Charles Ruggles, Miriam Hopkins, E, E. Morton In "TROUBLE IN PARADISE" BIO MATINEE SATURDAY AMATEUR VAUDEVILLE Saturday Night Only RIALTO 5 TO 0 P. M., I3t; AFTER B, I5c. 25) Today and Saturday RIN-TJN-TIN, Jr. Son of the Great Screen.Dog, In "Pride of the Legion" Fr»m Peter B. Kyne'i Fimoui Story, with Barbara Kent and All-Star Call Chapter 10, "Last Frontier" COMEDY, NEWS, CARTOON Cantlnuout, Saturday, Sunday, I t. II Children 25c Will Be the General Admission to Head-On Collision BETWEEN TWO SPEEDING AUTOS Motorcycle Races Ash Can Derby Auto Polo Speedy Babb's Crashing Through Double Board Wall With Motorcycle Somersaulting Auto Bakersfield Fairgrounds 2:30 p. m. SUNDAY SHEET MUSIC All Popular Hits PHILLIPS MUSIC COMPANY ANY WATCH REPAIRED. ' Materials Used at Cost Reader's Jewelers 1522 Nineteenth Street We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities 50c YEAST AND Iron Tablots 28c $1.60 SIZE Cod Livor Oil and Malt Extract 69c DRUG STORE SATURDAY ONLY " 1415 Nineteenth Street No Sales to Dealers eoc SIZE Nose Drops for Head Colds 28c $1.23 Alarm Clocks 67c $1.95—Three Bars Yardley 35c Soap and One 90c Bottle Yardley Toilet Water $1.05 $1.00 SIZE L-B Hair Oil 57c 65c TUBE BARBASOL SHAVING CREAM.. 35c PALMOLIVE SHAVING CREAM.. 50c FRESH SHAVING LOTION. 85c BURMA SHAVE 50c KOLYNOS TOOTH PASTE..., 25c LISTERINE TOOTH PASTE.... WHYTE Fox Hair Oil 5c Ea. 500 GIANT TUBE Milk of Magnesia Tooth Paste 23 c $1.00 SEGAL Razor and 5 Blades 39c 75c SIZE Z-L Antiseptic Solution 33c DENTAL AND SHAVING NEEDS 39c . 19c 29c 57c 28c 16c HOUSEHOLD NEEDS 19c $1.49 49c 36c 14c 17c 39c 69c 36c 98c 35c 5-oz. PURE VIRGIN OLIVE OIL $4.00 5-lb. IMPORTED PSYLLIUM SEEDS, BLONDE 85c KRUSCHEN SALTS 60c SAL HEPATICA 25c ANACIN TABLETS 50c RUBBING ALCOHOL. 1 . 75c PINT HEAVY CALIFORNIA MINERAL OIL $1.50 CITRONATE EFFERVESCENT SALTS FOR ACIDOSIS GOc McCOY'S COD LIVER EXTRACT TABLETS $2.50 INGERSOLL ECLIPSE POCKET WATCH 60c ANTACID POWDER. TOILET NEEDS 50c LUXOR FACE POWDER 50c EVERDRY BODY DEODORANT. , $1.00 D. & R. COLD CREAM 50c THREE FLOWER COLD CREAM $1.00 LUCKY TIGER HAIR TONIC 50e FROSTILY A SKIN LOTION Carton of 20Q Lucky Strikes, 2s Carton of 200 Chesterfields, 20s Carton of 200 Old Golds, 20s. . Carton of 200 Camels, 20s 28c 28c ..:...... '.59c :.... 29c ...:54c .....:.. .26c 3 CIQAREHES $1.12 $1.12 $1.12 $1.12

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