The Montgomery Advertiser from Montgomery, Alabama on November 10, 1933 · 7
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FBI DAT, NOYEil BEE 10, 1SC3 THE MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER Corutruetive Fearless laiepenitnt SEVEN Stage All Set For Gala Opening Tomorrow Of New Empire Theater WORST 11,1 111 PISJP'PI Kotatte Film Eocked For To Days Kext Week With Adolphe Mesjou Prom the studios of Pox Fum ton Jesse L. Ltiyi latest rele. "The Wars Waman in Pans." The film M slated tjr a ro-dsy engagement the Empire Theater, Tuesday and Wednes day. It is Mr. Lasiy s firth production as producer under the Fox banner and M heralded a another great achievement m the career of this veirran producer. The story revolve around the notorious ejtpka-j of a Parisian deml-mondaine whose affair are the tais of the continent. Her relationship with wealthy playboy of Pari cause such unlavorabie comment, that the leave the gay and smart fast-living Parisian nifht life, to ate romance and Jove to the quiet of America' Middle West. When at Ut lit find the love ah had aiwsy dreamed of. she rvalues that the shadow of her past ii too great an obstacle far her to overcame, hue I obliged to return to Paris once more to taie up her association with bet former comrade. It is reported that Adulphe Menjou who portrays the wealthy man about town and Benlia Hume who portray the Parisian beauty hare the most Important roles In their careers. la support of Menjou and Uiat Hume, the cast Is headed fcy Karrey Stephens, ho will be remembered for his outstanding per-form a nee with' Janet Guvnor in ''Paddy, the Next Best Thing." with Helen Chandler, who here nun return to ths screen after a long absence. The remaining member of the cast Include Margaret Seddon. Adelt St. Maur, Leonard Carey, Maidel Turner and George Irving. The film was written and directed by Monta Ben who also collaborated with Marlon Dix In adapting the story to the screen. Dialogue Is by Martin Brown. The film feature a substantial glimpse into women fashions ot ths very near future. The Empire Starts A New Era Mussolini Would Warn Ho. 3 Will Be!S?r?HrS : Hon:y assed tkey tad eoa here to remain tiiu thi SO-lwx a h4 beta 1 f Back Bond Issues, Built At Early Date Mississippi Cotton Mill Slated To Reopen Soon GOTJPORT, MISS, Nov. . (Py Announcement of the early resumption of operations of ths Walcott-Cempbell Spinning Mill at Oulfport, which ha been Idle tor the last two and one-half years, w made here today by P. C. Walcott, president of the company, who predicted that, within -60 or 0 davs." the cotton mill would be in capacity operation. Operation of the mm. which will give employment to approximately 400 persons will begin, Walcott said, as early as equipment can be put In shspe. The BUm Paydan Company, Inc, of New York, Is to have supervision of operations. Erected her about three years ago, the mill with its electrically equipped machinery operated for a brief time before It was closed because of market conditions. KCMI, Nov. I. ;. PS A decree a.tbor- i is ig the Govemaieat to guarantee the principal and a etnain, modest, fixed interest on bond issues of pmite eom-ptrucs was presented by Premier Maso-Unl Unity to the Chamber of Deputies. It proba-hie result, financial circles agreed, might be a big cementing of ail industries. The measure mil have the eventual effect of mating the government a channel tor all public investments In business since there will be a cooperative control not only over the operations of business but also ow, the business force of hie. The proposed law would allow the government to guarantee and participate In stock ksuss of pupate companies and would transform the whole industrial capitalising system of Italy.' RegacLess of ths companies' condition stock divt-dens would be guaranteed subscribers, Ehould a firm be more than ardtn&rOy prof its Me, additional drndeni would be added. In the undertaking the government all) operate through an lnstitut smuiar to the American reconstruction finance corporation, the industrial reconstruction int-tuie. As the first step the institute would be to guarantee a 00,GOO 000 lire (now about $32,000,000) bond Issue for ' the new Piedmont Telcphon Company. Rejuvenated and Illuminated, the new Empire a U appear at nlsbi. It win be reopened at UtaKrw dedicated to the screening of pictnres of the high type which made It famous in its early days. Madison Avenue Store .Is Entered By Burglars Per the second time In the last few weeks, burglars yesterday morning broke Into the Atlantic and Pacific Tea Store at 1108 Madison Avenue. As before, they broke Into the building by cutting through the floor. The loss was reported to have been about $30 In merchandise. Garfield Smith, negro, was arrested by We Extend Sincere Good Wishes To the Management Of the EMPIRE THEATRE ...the fine old Amusement place that did bo much to popularize Motion Pictures in Montgomery. i - Rosemont Gardens . "Alabama1! Leading Florist" 116 DEXTER AVENUE CEDAB-200 I STRUCTURAL and ORNAMENTAL GLASS In The NEW EMPIRE THEATRE furnished and installed by us. U-":.::':v . Consult Us For IMPURE Showing Saturday Zagu Pitts Slim Summerville In "LOVE HONOR and OH BABY" Store Front. Construction, Plate Glass, Window Glass, Ornamental Glass, Fur-,' niture and Desk Top Glass; Mirrors, Safety Glass for Automobile Windows and Windshields, also Resilvering; . Standard Glass Company S Years Glaxing In Montgomery, 216 Bibb Street Congratulations To - ' MONTGOMERY'S NEW EMPIRE THEATRE 'OPENING TOMORROW With SLIM SUMMERVILLE And ZASU PITTS In THEIR LATEST FUN FEST "LOVE, HONOR AND OH, BABY" Cedar-4445 Officer Meiiweather and Earnest on a charge of burglary and grand larceny In connection with the alleged theft of $15 worth of clothing from the home ot Llllie Harris, 200 Julia Street. 17 JOIK C. C C. ENTERPRISE, ALA, Nov. .(Special) Beven Coffee County boys have recently been selected to fill vacancies In the Civilian Conservation Corp and have gone to Port Benning, Ga., far test and preliminary training before being assigned to their six-month work. They were: Bud Bploer, Foy Hudson. Arto Mathls, J. P. Morgan, William Lee, Walter TindoL Debbs Trim, Leroy Bell, Robert Willi. Foy Green, Fletcher Ward, Llgon Harper, Woodrow Morgan, Charles Lee, Wilson Windham and Harry Mc-Water. . THE WORM TURNS CHICAGO, Nov. . W It seems the bridge worm' has turned! Only last Spring Mrs. Ruble Brtngman sued her husband, Conrad, for divorce, alleging he Chicago Youth Of 15 Is Caught With Pistol i . i , CHICAGO, Nov. .0P Another boy talked to Sammy Lombardo's girl in al gebra clM today. Sammy, who Is 15, leaped Into action. His startled teacher wrenched his fighting equipment away from him. It was a .38 caliber revolver. Hudson Avenue police, a little be wildered, found Constance Macaluso, 14, a helpful witness. Bammy had forced her, she said, to carry his gun for him In spproved gun-moll style. In her lunch basket. abused her for her bridge blunders. But she took lessons and so Improved her gams that her husband asked her to return and she did and this is what happened: Bringham filed suit for divorce charging his wife punctuated her criticism of his bridge errors with slaps and blows. A Judge gave him a decree. Congratulations ALABAMA THEATRES : Incorporated Your faith and belief in the come back of Montgomery is certainly displayed in the way you have remodeled the . : NEW '' EMPIRE THEATRE . which opens tomorrow to the theatre-going public of Montgomery and territory and will they enjoy this- new picture house the new sound, the new seats, and the interior decoration makes it ideal. We Are Proud of Your Accomplishment Tony's Welding Shop 223 Molton St. Phones: Day, Cedar-5227 Nights, Cedar-3888 STRAND- Now Showing "ELYSIA" Don't Miss It. INSPECTION-RE WIRING of the motors in the NEW EMPIRE THEATRE W DO but Mf : Executed by us. When you are In need of thorough and efficient service, call us. Re-building re-winding and inspecting electric motors our specialty. NEW and RE-BUILT MOTORS FOR SALE . DAY PHONE CEDAR-4524 EMPIRE Showing Saturday Zasu Pitts Slim Summerville In "LOVE HONOR and OH BABY" NIGHT PHONE CEDAR-2524-J W. J. HOWARD ITjORENCE. ALA, Not. t fEir'.J ' -onstrjctioQ of Joe Waeeier Dam So 1 3) on the Tentestee E-v 1 mile ! s.bove here tcxlsy appeared certain wit2 !.ne smvU cf t engtceers named to ;upervit the wots. W. M Ea icd L E Huntley, of New York, named as engineers by tint Tennessee V&iky Authority, arrived to- ty aceompirjfcd by C. H. Lochcr. con-nructicn superiiiterdent of Norra Dam, and Capt. H. D. W RUey, acting eUa-trtrt e.igineer at Naihville. The group went to the dam site for an irspectwn and to devae the method cf procedure for construction work. Cfcpt. P.iify, Locfaer and W. H. Me- Alleged Slayer Arrested But Claims Self-Defense BIRMINGHAM, ALA, Kov. Jefferson County officers eoopersur-g auh Biot Cour.ty autrior.ties Ute Ut Eight esptured Roscoe Rafiaad, 33 vught in eocnecaoa -ith the tl&yuig of Ernest Lee, at a farm haine II nvUfci from CeriM-rvaie. Dtpjty Sheriff Biles said Raeland ad-cutted slaying Lee, but claimed he fired ji self defense. Officers described the slaying as ths result of a gruce. Skull Of Prehistoric Animal Is Unearthed UNIVERSITY, ALA., Nov. I. (Jf Excavation ot a prehistoric reptile, a mosasaur In Greene County, Alabama, by s member of the Alabama Geological Survey was announced today by Dr. Walter B. Jones, Btate geologist. The discovery was made by J. JSRen-ger near West Greene In a channel which had been located on a slope. Renger removed the skull of the reptile and brought It to the University and plans to return at an early date for the vertebrae. The mosafaur was a reptile living approximately 60,000,000 year ago, in the upper Cretaceous Age. It was common to all parts of the world and attained a length of 40 feet. BURNS PROVE FATAL TUSCUMBIA. ALA., Nov. . () Mrs, John Cole, 38, died In" a hospital here last night from burns received in her home at Lily Pond yesterday when ihe fainted and fell into an open grate. She was a slater of Jewie Roberts, of Birmingham. NAT SAVERS-NEW GALILEE, FENN Nov. 9. 1P) They know how to say "no" and mean it in New Galilee. The town voted against repeal, against sale of 3.1 beer and against Sunday sports. n Congratulations To ALABAMA THEATRES, Inc. on the Opening of the . NEW EMPIRE THEATRE Showing Saturday ZASU PITTS -SLIM SUMMERVILLE In "LOVE, HONOR and OH BABY" W. W. WALDO D PRINTER Csdar.1559 208 Molton St. A a 2 c EMPIRE THEATRE OPENING SPECIAL A handsome Four-Piece 10-Cup Size Electric Coffee Percolator Urn Set Colonial pattern as illustrated. This is an amazing value and sold at this low price to acquaint you with our convenient payment plan. Just a small amount from your household budget is all that you need to pay and you may have this set while raying for it. 50c Down Cor. Montgomery , and Lt St. 14 .50 $1.00 A Week (eQrand, Oppesit Ball Building. VISIT OUR OPTICAL DEPARTMENT "Safe Electrical Service" WE ARE PROUD OF THAT. SLQGAN ZEALOUS OF OUR REPUTATION IN FULFILLING THS EVER-INCREASING NEED! "SAFE ELECTRICAL SERVICE" as assured on all our contracts SIMPLY MEANS THAT THE DREADED ELEMENT of DOUBT DOES NOT EXIST On Any Wiring Job Done By Our Experts. All Wiring of the New Empire Lighting and Sound Equipment Executed By us. We Invite Your Inspection. Service Electric Co. Montgomery's Fastest Growing Electrical Firm. 120 N.PERRY CEDAR-88S A . k Get Set for tomorrows VW- r SLIM v.. i t 1 t - ift Itf t 111 I l, r r ' - J t I A E U GALA OPENING! The Screen's Goofy Love Birds, goofier than ever In of ALL things! A BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT!. ..Whoops, my dear what fun! n Matinee 25c Nights 30o You'v nvr In your llf seen or heard anything as funny at fhw courtroom toquonc In this picture I Plus "Ktnnell Klngi tporttvl.we And FUdto Starsn "Big Benefit" Starts SATURDAY The NEW EMPIRE Montgomery' Favorlto Pliyhoui.. fxU:l- v ' Ik I i "'"" y"-"

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