The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 1, 1933 · Page 5
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THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1933 Amusement inema PO i ¥ OF DRAMA Lee Tr'acy Stars in Film Expose of Government 'Evils at Rex '.'.' Conclusive proof that the movlea 4 m, are> only abqut two Jumps behind contemporary history speakff'lbr Itself In ( tHe Columbia production, "Washington • Merry-do-Ilound," showing today- at ••£> t*ie Rex theater. Scenes of the Ana- 'costla encampment of the bonus army In Washington that rocked tho nation's headlines for weeks haVe been reproduced. In exact detail even to the pup -tents and the 'soup kitchens that were established by, and for the veterans who .trpuped to the nation's capital to orgaYi'laic a demand for the bonus, the encampment of BOOO men at Anacostla " .that: was burned to the ground was ^duplicated for this stirring film. .' '^ l<ee Tracy, who Is starred In "Wash;*' irigton Merry-Oo-Round," Arthur Vln- [ ton and Walter Connolly, all are ftt- tlngly cast, for each one has an honorable discharge from the army Tracy plays a vigorous, Idealistic congressman who goes to Washing* ton to clean up politics, heading a cast that Includes Constance Cum- mlngs and Alan Dlnehart. MARY CARR SUED LOS ANGELES, Feb. 1. (U. P.)— Mary Carr, famous "mother" of the screen, has not paid her rent for three months, according to a suit filed In Municipal Court today by Elwood G. HouHinan. Housman asked $290 for the rent'alleged due. NEW COSTARS IN NILE FILM JOAN BLONDELL, WIL.LIAM POWELL IN "LAWYER MAN." A NEW star team Is presented In "Lawyer Man," which opens tomorrow night at the Nile. William Powell and Joan Blondell are cofea- tured for the first time In this comedy-romance. Powell has a role somewhat like the one ho essayed in "High Pressure," when he was considered at,his best. Joan Blondell, wisecracking as usual, provides an excellent foil for tho slick and smooth Powell. Powell Is seen as an East Side lawyer who rises to fame, sinks to tho depths, rises again and finally returns to his original state, satisfied that he belongs there. 'He loves the ladies, and how. He is a likeable rogue, but like a lot of other smart guys that were dumb the best girl wire right under his nose, and that was his secretary, Joan Blondell. Others In the supporting cast Include Helen Vlnson, Sheila Terry, Claire Dodd, Alan Dlnehurt and David Landau. ESELE LIKES JACK; (Associated Preia Leased Wire) MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 1.—Estello Taylor, former wife of Jack Dempsey, Is willing to moot tlio former heavyweight boxing champion pfj tho,.world when lie .comes 16 Minneapolis Thurs. day, '"If ho -wants to," but take It from Eatelle, there will bo' no reconciliation. EBtelle, who Is appearing at a Mln neapolls theater, In no uncertain terms made It clear that, as fnr as she IB concerned, their ^.ffixlr Is "all over." It's not because she doesn't admire the old MRIIRSBR mauler, either,'. she oald. It's because she feels they; just couldn't/'inako a'go of. It together again." AT CALIFORNIA Richard Dix and Ann Harding Are Coslarred in "The Conquerors" EDNA MAY OLIVER GUY KIBEE 468.5 M.—KFI— 640 K. 6—Charllo Wellnmn and Orchestra. 6:30—N-QO-KGO 1'rograms to 7:30. 7:30—Orchestra. 7:45—Hour of Golden'Memories. 8—Amos 'n' Andy. 8:15—Tho Seal ot the Don. S:30—"One Man's Family," drama. 9—Arzeti Melody Time. 9:15—Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. D:45—"Buddies." male quartet. 10—Richfield Reporter of the Air. ]0:I5—Phil Harris' Orchewtra. 11:30 to 12 midnight—(Jus Arn- helm's Orchestra. 2S5.5 M.—KNX—1060 K. days without J I WAS "UNLUCKY" with stocking. Always jetting runs. Especially when I had • date. Embarrassing? Yes, and mighty expensive I Runs kept me poor. Then . . . '' YOU CAN out runs 75% by washing stockings the Lux way. It saves elasticity." Now I use only Lux for stockings. And this pair has worn 34 days without a run or a hole! "IT'S NOT LUCK," • friend laid.' "Rub- bint stockings with cike soap often ciusea rum. It destroys the elasticity of the silk so it bnaks, instead of tfivintf. Listen— The LUX Way to Save Elasticity Wash this 2-minute way; 1. One teaspoon of Lux for each pair. • 2. Add lukewarm water, squeeze suds through, rinse twice. Avoid ordinary soaps—cakes, powders, chips. These often contain harmful alkali which weakens threads, fades color. Lux has no harmful alkali. Anything safe in water is safe in Lux. Mrs. K. Huthes washed 44s pieces with 1 box of LUX I 36 pairs illk stocking 38 piece* illk Unfterl* 38 pairs eocki 40 children'* drew** 173 children's undies 60 towels and washcloths 40 diapers 20 children's sheets Lux 0—News. 6:15—Bill, Mao mul Jimmy. 6:30—HI and Elmer. 6:46—Currier's Sercnaflero. 7—Frank Watanahe and Archie. 7:15—"Pieces of Eight." 7:30—Joseph Diskuy and Concert Orchestra. 7:45—Itapjiy Chappies. 8—KNX Knsemble. 8:80—UoslcruclaiiH. 8:40— : S|IIR;|IIB Strings and Marlon Mannfleld. 9—Newu. 9:15—Crockett Mountaineers. 0:^0—"Patches." '• 10—KNX Knsemblo. 10:30—OrKHii Recital. 11 to 12 midnight—Now Paris Inn broadcast. 333.1 M.—KHJ—900 K. C—Bins Crosby. C:15—Vlck's VapoRuh Varieties. 6:30—Jimmy Blttlck's Orchestra. 7—Columbia Kevuo. 7:80—Chandu, the Musician. 7:45—Myrt and Marge. 8—Globe Headlines. S:15—Columbia Symphony Orchestra. 8:30—Musical Comedy Karoo Burlesque. 9:30—Isle of fiolden Dreams. 10 —XewH Items. 10:10—Klsqulck Bund. ,10:ir.—Ted Klo-Klto'.M Orchestra. ]1— Dancing With the Stars. 12 to 1 a. in.—Marshall Grant, organ. A thrilling kaleidoscope of the progress of Invention provide an Interesting nnd colorful accompaniment to tho Intensely dramatic theme of Radio Pictures' "The, Conquerors," costar- Richard Dlx and Ann Harding, to be srreened at the California theater today and tomorrow. This pageant of science and Imaginative skill shown the Introduction of tho writing machine, the telephone, the submarine, tho electric light, phonograph, trolly car, elevated railroad, wireless, tho coming of tho first railway train through the west nnd other great milestones of advancing civilization. All of these are secondary to tho niHjor theme of "Tho donquorors. which splashes on a vast canvas the dramatic story of the nation's second battalion of pioneers: the men am; women who followed the scouts nnd trappers Into tho west to build tho commercial frontier, Tho picture Is a thrilling document of man's accomplishment and courage In times of adversity and stress. Critics call It particularly timely because It treats of the nation's consistent, victories over recurrent periods of financial reversals. Tho cast In "Obey tho Law," whlcl brings Leo Carrlllo to the scrcci again In one of his famous dlalec characterizations, fairly sparkles will distinction In all tho arts. Loo Carrlllo Is tho finest linguist ti Hollywood, speaking flvo languages Spanish, Italian, French, Chinese am Japanese; Lois "Wilson was tho firs silent motion picture star to make i talking picture and still continued to be starred; Dickie Moore IB considered by the Los Angeles Board of Educn (Ion to bo tho smartest child In Hoi lywood; Henry CHvo is regarded a one of the finest portrait painters o stars In Hollywood mid Kddle Oar Is one of tho best mimics In the thea tor toiliiy. All these players bring their prlmnry :alents, acting, to tho dramatic storj In Columbia's screen story of th •struggle of an Italian barber again* the i-rookcd politics of New York' east side. Ben Stoloff directed "Obo tho Law," from the screen play b Arthur Caesar. It Is showing todaj ind tomorrow at the California the ater. These two pictures constitute a real double feature program. KERN—1200 K. •$>6—Chesterfield. Bins Crosby and Leonard Huyton's Orchestra. G:15—"Romantic Bachelor." 6:30—Jimmy Blttlck's Orchestra. 7—Columbia Revue. 7:15.—"Tarzan of tho Apes." 7:30—Kdwln C. Hill. 7:45—Myrt and Marge. 8—Globe Headlines, 8:15—Nino Martini and Columbia Symphony. S:uO—Isham .Tones Orchestra. 9—The Atrocities of 10U3. 10—"Cross Cuts." 10:05—All Request Hour. 10:40—Tom Coakley's Orchestra. 11—Dancing With the Stars. THE LINDBERGH LINE ROUTE COAST TO COAST HOURS FAKE 2 -1/3 San Francisco ........ $ 14.45 1 Los Angeles ......... 6.85 1 Fresno .............. 5.95 New York ........... 160.00 10% Off on Round Trips Call: Travel Bureaus, Hotel Porteri, Postal, Western Union, Penn. R. R. or TRANSCONTINENTAL AND WESTERN AIM. Inc. Phone Kern County Municipal Airport 3488. or Any Hotel or Travel Bureau saves stocking E-L-A-S-T-I-C-I-T-Y GALLAHER'S THESE PRICES FOR ONE WEEK FREE One Doz. Eggs with 40A 1 Pkg. Cake Flour iWV Dried Apricots... 5.)b. Sack Flour (So-Called) Washing Powder- Armour's Best.. .large pkg. lie Fork v C A ltoast»Y« Ib. UV Raisins, Seedless or Seeded, 15-oz. pkg. Peanut Butter..3-lb. pail 33c Mccil...... Ibs. Hamburger Steak or Sausage... & Ibs. 2 N 15c Moiling JMeul. 6k Enjoy the Thrill of listening to foreign stations, as well as police and airplane stations everywhere, in addition to the regular broadcast, 15 to 575 meters. These sets are particularly adapted to Kern County receptio'n. TABLE AND CABINET MODELS LOW IN PRICE AND TERMS TO SUIT DON C. PRESTON Nineteenth and H Streets Tune In KERN TOMORROW, Thursday, Feb. 2 at 12:30 (noon) for Frager's Program of Spanish Music by 5-Piece Spanish Orchestra Presenting Famous Spanish Songs' and Instrumental Selections You'll Like It, the Same as Everybody Likes the Fanious Frager's Hot Tamales and Spanish Dishes Served Daily at 020 East Nineteenth Strett, or Delivered to Your Home PHONE 2257 Eva Tanguay Plans Comeback on Stage (Astoctalcil f'rcv T.cated Wire) HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Feb. 1.— Ev TunRu.iy, vaudeville's "don't, car girl" of some years ago, plans a come back In a "one-woman show with band." She left last night. for Chicago t make plans to resume tho stage an said In the future her song would b "I Do Care" instead of "I Don Care." She camo hero December 22 fron Los Angeles to recuperate from a Illness. _ _ | MAE WEST MAE WEST IN RACY Buxom Stiige Actress Seen In Demimonde Role as Bowery Charmer IN "SHE DONE HIM WRONG" MANY POPULAR STARS IN RIALTO FEATURE "The Devil plays," the new chesterfield murder-mystery tnlklc, whlcl opens today at tho Rlalto theater, of- fnrs a cast, that Includes many popular stars of tho stage and screen. Jamc. son Thomas, one of England's greatcs' ptnBO and Hcrecn stars, who was re. oently seen In the Amcrlcan-tnudc plo turo, "Lover Como Back," Is scon li tho leading male role. Florence I3rlt ton plays the leading roln opposld him. Miss nrltlon, who \VIIH starrei on tho stage hefora her screen debut has appeared In many successful talk les, Including "Devil to Pay." Dorothy C'hrlsty, who made her firs screen appearance with Will Rogers In "Ho This Is London," has another Im portant role. Thomas 10. Jackson, win set the fashion for sttigo and scrcoi detectives with hl« fhara<'tci<(?ntloii In "Hroadwny" and followed It up In Little Caesar," has a similar part In The Devil Pays." Richard Tucker, Trent Edmund* Burns, Robert Kills, anil Carmellta Oerughty arc among tho others. Mae West, noted Broadway actress and writer, who made her film debut n a character role in "Night After Might, " Is starred In her second movlo, "She Done Him Wrong," which she herself wrote, and which Is play- ng at the Fox theater today and omorrow. Cary Grant, Noah Beery, Gilbert Roland, David Landau and Owen Moore head tho largo cast which supports her. As spectacular as she Is herself Is the character enacted by Miss West In the picture — a singer In a Bowery saloon who exchanges her favqrs for diamonds, and ends her favors when the flow of diamonds ends. Her affairs with various Bowery characters Haloon keepers, gangsters, politicians and others — keep her well supplied with gems, In lusty, hearty fashion, tho story swings along, ultimately bringing her In contact with the head of a neighboring mission, who turns out to be as susceptible to her charms as any of tho natives of tho district. A startling, dramatic climax follows their mutual discovery of this fact. All of tho color of the Bowery has been compressed into the picture — Its strange Inhabitants, Its gaudy resorts. Its gusty pleasures. Miss West sings three songs In her best Bowery manner during the course of the film. YOUNG LASKY DENIES IT HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 1. (U. P.)— Jesse Lasky, Jr., film writer and son of tho producer, Is "definitely not engaged" to Miss Patricia Harper of Oklahoma City, ho said today. "Wo are Just good friends," young Lasky said. (United PfrsK J<o«nrrt ll'(re) SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 1.—A girl who registered at it local hotel last Friday us "Kdllh Muson of Pasadena," hut. whom police Identified na Corliss Palmer, Georgia beauty contest winner, was held In Detention Hospital today In 11 state of collapse. She was removed from the hotel late yesterday In a semi-conscious condition after battling nurses and attendants. Her caso was diagnosed by Dr. ,T. C. Gelger, city health officer, as "acute nlcnhnllMii and bad liquor." Polk-e idontlflf-d llio tflrl H.S Miss T'lilmer, estranged wlfo of ISugene V. Drowsier, former inllllonnlro magazine publisher, by papers In her possession. They said she admitted who w:is the' former screen actress. Last Day BORIS KARLOFF in "The Mummy" TOMORROW NIGHT A Glamorous New Love Team in William Powell's Greatest Hltl JOAN BIONDELL \ Like a lot of other smart guys that , were dumb , . the <t best girl was :WEILL'S= Permanent Wave $1.25 ?t**. ^4* f:V*k '* + -\ American Beauty $5.00 Permanent Wave The newest achievement in hair chemistry. Try this new hulr wave at WolH'B.... $3.95 This Week's Special • Shampoo flj • Finger Wave «P • Nock Trim All three for only.... Wcill's Beauty Shop For Appointment Phono 4700 1 La Granada Dance Tonight Sponsored by American Legion Drum and Bugle Corps WALTZ CONTEST Beautiful Cup on Display at Wlckersham'a Old-Timers' and Country Store Friday IOX CONTINUOUS, 2:30 TO 11:00 Today and Tomorrow DIAMONDS AND AN EYE FOR. MEN! DONE HIM ,. WRONG •WITH CARyCMANT OWENMOOfti A PAAAUOUMF /1CIW€ ; . MAE WESTS'S MOST GLAMOROUS ROLEI HEAR HER SING THE BOWERY'S BAR-ROOM BALLADS1 EXTRA ADDED DELIGHTS "TAXI FOR TWO" PICTORIAL—SPORT REEL FOX MOVIETONE NEWS :;AinoirxiA CONTIGUOUS. I dO TO 11:00 TODAY AND TOMORROW Two Big Features! 4-yKlilH "OBEY THE LAW" LEO CARILLO LOIS WILSON DICKIE MOORE VIRGINIA Continuous 12 m. to 11 p. in. 300 Seats, Any Time... 15c LAST TIMES TODAY James Dunn, Spencer Tracy and Peggy Shannon In a Great Love Story "SOCIETY GIRL" A Pugilist Turns Lover! Comedy, Screen Souvenir, Novelty TODAY AND TOMORROW LEE TRACY CONSTANCE CUMMINQS IN News, Comedy and Cartoon RIALTO 5 TO 8 P. M.. I5c: AFTER 0, I5c, 29| Today and Thursday "The Devil Plays" A Thrilling Murder Mystery' Comedy, News and Cartoon CHINA NIGHT THURSDAY Friday Only—John Barrymora In "A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT" Benefit St. Joseph's Church

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