The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on February 27, 1938 · Page 10
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 10

San Bernardino, California
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Sunday, February 27, 1938
Page 10
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PAGE TEN SAN BERNARDINO DAILY SUN. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1938 NOTED CHINESE TALKS IT J. C. DINNER PARLEY 1400 Blue Bloods Are Entered in Dog Shoiv Prize Animals of Southland to Compete in Exhibit at Auditorium Today With over 400 of California's fin. Dr. T. Z. Koo, Diplomat, Will Be est pedigreed dogs officially eiv Guest Of Mudenti luesdav. tercd in the annual San Bernar- AIso Rotary Club dino dog show to be held today at the Municipal auditorium, final ar rangements were completed last Dr. T. Z. Koo, a Chinese of inter- night in preparation for one of the national reputation for his diplo- finest showings of blue-blooded ca- Biatlo and religious activities, will nines ever exhibited in this city. peak on "Student in China" in The doors will open at 10 a.m. two addresses to be given in San With dogs of more than 50 dif- Bernardino Tuesday. ferent breeds competing, represent- A dinner meftins- in hia hnnnr lnS nearly every nation of the will ho e-iven in tho snrinl hail t world, the show assumes an inter- San Bernardino Valley junior col- n n Ilavor AmonS e rarer Wo Tiipudnv at ft nm nnHor tho uiccus cmeiru ill me snow are me e - - - j 1 " - .... ... sponsorship of the Associated Stu- "Pautnui wnite Jsamoyeaos from the dents of the colleee. Arctic regions, aristocratic Kussian I ,1U.. I A 1 J r CDTAkC TO rf MB v uiiiiuuiiua, Agnail nuunus iiuin SKtAr5 iu club Afghanistan. Keeshonden fromHol- lne pumio is invitea to attend land and Shetland sheeD does and tne event, lor wmcn reservations West Hiehland white terriers from at w cents a piate must De made Scotland at the junior college before noon tomorrow, Another interesting feature of the show are the foreien cham- At noon on Tuesday Dr. Koo will njnns that will c o m d e t e with a talk Deiore me weeKiy meeting or the Rotary club at Mapes cafeteria. A graduate of St. John's univer sity, Shanghai, Dr. Koo was for nine years an official in the admin istrative department of the Chi nese railway staff before . joining the national committee of the Young Men's Christian association In China. His duties as a Y.M.C.A. official . included the cultivation of better splendid representation of American champions. Cocker spaniels, in top position this year in popularity with the breeder, exhibitor and the general public, will be well represented in the show. Closely following in second place in point of favor are the stylish Chow Chows native of China which breed has, perhaps, the largest number of dogs of any one breed to be seen at the show. Included in the array of dog owned by motion picture stars which will be benched are the Scottish terrier of Stuart Erwin and his wife, June Colyer; the Afghan hounds of Jack Oakie and his wife, Venita Vardon; the Russian wolfhounds owned by Margaret Roach, daughter of Hal Roach, and the German boxer, owned by Victor Young. Heading the list of San Bernardino fanciers exhibiting is Mayor C. T. Johnson, who has entered his Scottish terrier. ISO S I Future Farmer Talks on Radio John Chapman, a student of the Chaffey Union high school, and the winner of the San Bernardino Pro- International relations and he auction credit associations puDiic worked particularly with college speaking contest, will be entertained and university students. by the association in Oakland and INTERNATIONAL FIGURE San Francisco on March 3 and 4, In 1925 he served as a member according to Orlenn W. bmith, sec- of the second opium conference retary-treasurer. The association called in Switzerland by the league one of the 14 in California that of nations. From Geneva Dr. Koo conducted a district puDiic speamng went to England. In a farewell contest among Future Farmers of address to students in London he America chapters on the subject of faced an audience which packed sound farm financing. Central hall, Westminster, to over- A highlight of the entertainment flowing. planned for the winners while in In more recent years he has the Bay district is a radio broad- worked among students in China, cast at 11:45 a. m. March 4 over with the cooperation of the World's KGO in which one of the boys will Student Christian Federation, of be chosen to take part. Selection which he is general secretary. of the Future Farmer forthebroad- Widely recognized as an inspiring cast will be based on voice quality and forceful speaker, Dr. Koo has after the boys reach Oakland, lectured to organizations in practi- Farm budgets will be the subject cally every country in the world of the radio broadcast and Jen- and has an excellent command of nings Pierce will announce the pro- Tenor Appointed Choral Director A series of musical comedies will be presented by the Federal music project in San Bernardino during the spring months, James K Guthrie, project supervisor, announced yesterday. "H. M. S. Pinafore" by the inimit able musical comedy masters, Gil bert and Sullivan, will be presented during the latter part of March. Re hearsals will begin next Tuesday Mr. Guthrie said. Outstanding Southern California vocalists will be engaged for the solo parts, while the chorus selections will bo sung by the Federal choral ensemble. Project musicians will provide the orchestral music for the produc tions. Negotiations are under way to obtain the San Bernardino high school auditorium for the shows, but no definite selection has been announced as yet. Other musicals which may be pre sented include Merry Widow" and "Chocolate Soldier." It is planned to offer the productions over five-week intervals to allow the musicians and singers ample time for rehearsals. Apostle to Talk At Church Rites the English language. gram. George Couper, one of the outstanding figures in vocational agriculture from the California Polytechnic school at San Luis Obispo, will do the quizzing. rMin DI A visit t0 interesting points KsOmeay I laying around the San Francisco bay area win aiso oe a ieature ol tne trip. Hepburn-Grant James K. Guthrie, supervisor of the Federal music project for the San Bernardino area, announced yesterday the selection of Henry Cantor, of Los Angeles, as director of the Federal choral ensemble. Mr. Cantor, an operatic tenor, hae had extensive experience as a conductor of musical comedy, and grand opera productions. He will take over his new position Tuesday, replacing Micheal Thayer, for the past two years director of the choral group. Mr. Thayer, who developed the Federal chorus into one of the best choral ensemble's of the valley, re signed his position to resume his musical education at University of Redlands. Freeman to Attend Sacramento School Frank J. Freeman, captain, of the San Bernardino unit of the California highway patrol, left yester day for Sacramento to attend a two weeks' training school. The sessions are held annually. Sergeant C. Dan Tripp will be act ing captain of the patrol in the absence of Captain Freeman. When an emotional, impetuous heiress falls in love with a staid professor of zoology it means trouble with a capital "T" for the pro fessor, complications for them both S and amusement for California theater patrons, who will see the RKO-Kadio comedy "Bringing Up Baby," beginning today. Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant are co-starred, with the latter as the professor, at first true to his work, but finally succumbing to the wiles of the heiress, played by Miss Hepburn. But only after she leads him a merry chase and drags him into adventures which i Include scouring the countryside in ; pursuit of a leopard, landing in jail, and other hilarious experiences, j May Robson, Charlie Ruggles, i Barry Fitzgerald and Fritz Feld ' have excellent supporting roles in the film, which is featured on a dou-j ble bill with another of the Jones : Family series, "Love on a Budget." : Jed Prouty, Shirley Deane, Spring iiyington, Russell Gleason, Kenneth Howell, Florence Roberts, Alan Dinehart, Dixie Dunbar and Billy .Mahan, appear in the "Family" ad venture. The all-too-common occurrence of newlyweds with just enough money to buy a vine-covered cottage and g lurmsh one room is the theme of the production, with Shirley Deane and Kussell Gleason as the bridal couple. They get off to a flying start with their budget and find that young love has its heartaches and headaches when it comes to living within a budget. EKSKSKEH IT w wcKEHgKEHSHEHgMEKEHSMEHEHEH 5 . fit Jlm.IlMt.ES n S H 6 IT. . 1 II 1 A .-T, E mt ii i i . -m ? Dye fP School Instructor Held for New Yorkl Sheriff Carl Rayburn of Riverside H county, said yesterday he has in custody Victor De Kibinyi, 64, an S instructor at Elsinore Naval academy, charged in a New York grand Jury indictment with embezzling $800. Known at the school as Dr. Felix Renatus, teacher of Latin and psychology, De Kubinyi waived extradition when he appeared before Jus-tire of the Peace R. A. Moore. Sheriff Ravbui-n Raid tho mm. wunlcation from New York charged 5 De Kubinyi of posing as a count. M an a-tist and a priest. He is held at the Riverside county jnil pending arrival of New York authorities. Gair to Speak at Breakfast Meeting Milton M. Gair, Redlands merchant, who attended President Roosevelt'g "little business" conference in Washington recently, will apeak on his impressions of that historic conclave at a meeting of the Base Line Breakfast club next Friday. Mr, Gair, widely known throughout the valley as a spokesman for Independent -net-chants, was one of three California small business men to attend the conference. He will be Introduced at the meeting to be held at 6:30 a. m. at 486 Bose Line, by V. Ronald Brown, club president. IPurc SnBSk SPODH $fl 98 AND VOGUE and BUTTERICK PATTERNS are perfect dressmaking guides Vour first spring dress will be a thing of beauty if it's fashioned from these exclusively patterned, PURE DYE prints. CLEAR, distinct, vivid color patterns carefully hand picked from leading silk manufacturers. HIGH FASHION SILKS approved by stylists and costume designers. Truly they're fabrics cf the first order. Do see them tomorrow. 3rd floor-FABRICS Store Hours: 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Daily 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Saturday We Give and Redeem S & H Green Stamps SAN BERNARDINO PHONE 5101 Apostle John W. Rushton will be the speaker at Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Sixteenth and G streets, at both morning and evening services today. Apostle Rushton is a native of England and for the past 30 years has resided in America. Except for the last six years he has been in charge of the church work in England and Germany. Recently Apostle Rushton was appointed in charge of the church work in California, Arizona and Nevada, and will spend several days in San Bernardino. He spoke Friday night at a joint session of churches in this district, held at Yucaipa. In a modern piano, from 400 to 450 linear fect of wlro of various diameters are used. Oldest almanacs in manuscript form date from the thirteenth cen tury. KMEMSMEMEMEHEMEMZMEHEKEKEKISMEMENEIHEH M . . . . M S3 WA SMART GLASSES Correct Fittings Budget Terms Available V. C. GARDNER, Opt. D Located on the Mezzanine Floor of The Harris Company SSMEMSMEWSHSNSMSMEH3MEHEMMffiMKHSMKM3HKMKNI3HKWEWSi at IIAIIItlS' aSHEMSMEKlEMEKIEMEMEKISK! MISS ETHEL BARNES BATTLE CREEK NUTRITIONIST WILL GIVE A Get Slender PARTY AND LECTURE ON "IHHi.i!4 Safety In Harris' Tearoom Tuesday and Wednesday at 3:00 P.M. Miss Barnes will take you through the reducing story from start to finish. She'll balance your diet, give you the correct exercise reducing pointers and regular, reducing regime. Following her lecture refreshments will be served. Miss Barnes will be in ou,r street floor department the next two weeks for consultation. FEATURED THIS WEEK 1 Lb. Can Lacto Dextrin 89c 1 Pint Food Ferrin $1.19 2 Pkgs. Fig Bran and Zo 29c 11 Oz. Can Kaba 89c s w s DO K S H iSKSMSKlSMSMBMSMSKlSWSMSHgHEMSMSHaKISMSHSM Store Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday We Give and Redeem S & H Green Stamps SAN BERNARDINO PHONE 5101 The HARMS Compmuf, I , Ma Breathtaking Classics in fWi of ilie fA venue 3-Pc. Wool Ensembles 4S A ieing with the rare splendor of I an orchid this ingenious Forst- S mann fabric blends two tones of one color to achieve a new high in beauty and fashion . . . Each superbly tailored ensemble embraces a dark-hued topcoat or cape with a jacket and skirt of a lighter hue. They're striking worn together. They're smart worn separately. And the corsage embellishments, the deep center kick pleats, the scalloped pockets, gored backs, inverted pleats the million and one details that go to create the ' top fashions of any season are; , all obvious. In sizes 12 to 20. In a full range of styles and colors. And at a special Breath of the. Avenue price exclusive and dis- tinctive with this store in this city. I rmi a-.' II L FASHIONS ' 11 i ,.; ; BOOKS CLOSED: Charge Purchases Made Tomorrow Not Payable Till April Store Hours: 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Daily 9 a. m. to 9 d. m. Saturdav We Give and Redeem S 4 H Green Stamps SAN BERNARDINO PHONE 5101 EMENEHEHINEHj jjM3!;MEMEMBI!1EM3EM2K3HSMBM . . . bright . . . colorful . '. . free of spirit! Even under blazing suns, your feet will still be cool and airy inGITANA". Made of leather shippings, in gay color combinations, it is sure to -be the choice of those women who seek smartness and comfort in casual footwear. Natural and tsrown, wnite Peacock Shop Street Floor SAN BERNARDINO PHONE 5101 'BMaMSHSHgMEMEHEHEWSHSHS.HaHaMSHSHEBgSWEHSHEIHEHSMSKaS at HAltfUS 5 MEHEMEHEKIEM3KSWEHEMEHSMEM 'totfiffiifig,;,,,;, I-, nitini'i-fi terrf , ttiWifitrrf i if rVothersfo-Be Will Like These New Nary Sheers Delightful new navy sheers with touches of white and pink. Styled with finger tip and bolero jackets, cut to conceal of course, but so very chic and new you'd want them even if you weren't going to have a baby. Just unpacked for immediate, and into-summe'iy wear. New Nelly Don Shop Prints for Mothers-to-Be $7.95 2nd floor-DRESSES Store Hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday We Give and Redeem S & H Green Stamps SAN BERNARDINO PHONE 5101 5? SKXXSKZHXHXKXKXHSHSHXHZKSHSKZHXHZKSHXHXHZHZKXKSaZ HXKZMXIHIXXXHXHXMXKXHXMZH3MSHZMZHEMSMZH)jlSH3HXM3HSKZHXKXHXM3HXX3HXHXHSMSIXIXHXM XEXHXHSHEHZKZHXM2HZKEH2HEMSN3HSH3S32KSMSKXHSHSHSHZI

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