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1 SUNDAY MARCH 3 1943 FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM-SUNDAY 'PAGE ELEVEN 1TES AGE AND SCREEN 1 1 1 I I Movie Fare Has All the Trimmings With 'Grapes of Wrath' for Dessert viggikOtroggilAsitcstiwt4- Two From'Here on Austin Program Austin Vrogram This Actor Likes Directing Better better Laughs Come Thick Fast in New Movie I 1 3 Z2ZIWn f71 Two members of the faculty of the Fort Worth Conservatory of Music Will be presented Monday night by the Austin Music Teachers Association in a special program' given in the Driskill Hotel complimentary to the teachers of the district- Mrs Leel Hollander is president of the association Miss Jeannette Ti llett will give the address of the evening on the subject "A House to Live In" and Miss Elizabeth Sanders pianist will play the following program: "Fantasie and Fugue in minor" (Bach-Liszt) "Sonata in minor" "Nocturne in major" "Scherzo in minor" and "Etude in G-flat" (Chopin) "Intermezzo in major" and "Capriccio in minor" (Brahms) "Nocturne" (Respighi) and "Cat and Mouse" (Copland) lier Fruit pits formerly regarded as One of the most hopeless of farm wastes are now used in the making of valuable charcoals acids carbons and ce11ulose1 manufacturing ingredients the South's Finest Club Presents HENRY ALEXANDER and His Orchestra Daily 5 pm Foods No Cover Charge Reservations 6-18311 HOLLYWOOD March 2 (2)--R1- Cortez is having more fun these days directing movies than he did a few years ago making screen love to halt the actresses in Hollywood Cortez still sleekly handsome and youthful in appearance deserted acting a year and a half ago "The responsibility and authority of directing gives greater satisfaction than acting ever afforded" says "Ric" I INEWAS11511 STARTS TODAY AT 1:30 We urge you to attend early for Choice Seats! 9' THE GREATEST AMERICAN iv ro 3 1 4r EPIC OF THEM ALL! '-'z-A i 014 4 411Irt 1 't 4t1146' pe 'S illAt- IL 4P zrf it tank 4 010 PAC I Ctillb 44a11111 IM 7'7741) Ileatin-Po' olio anil pow Wee 7-- 4 7 Fort -o sic cardo Cortez is having more fun owmorerhbecrosnosterythaetotrayculotfy the HOLLY WOOD March 2 (4')---111- -i Ract7 1V1 r7' i6? 1 -i 'ki4 11 be presented Monday night dttlesea dfaeyws Isacrneehne Ir- the Austin Music Teachers s' 1 :7 11 I special program' given In love to half the actresses in Holly- 4 the Driskill Hotel complimentary to wood 1 i 102N1 iii "I oslysen Et hi ani Elizabeth act- 4v4 4 re0 0 :4 tth17 Hteoancahnedresrofisthperedsilsdterrlictt-ofMtrhse Lease yoCuothfrtueziinstialpl )''''" -e 47- 1--" the P' it 9i4: 4: P''' sociation sleekly a a appearance a I i deserted ds es tm de 1 x4 a year arid a half ago 1: 7 L'i 4: 1 44 r' ::::2 Iti Miss rjeesasnnoefttteb the evening will gthivee in 4k- 4- The responsibility arid authority o-z i 1 '-i I '''coii r-- 0K ctieting ngg iveevsegrrate earlor sa x-isr---: 1' subject "A House to Live In" and st NV "4e" --5 1: '''''''''4 5 -31-- g- 5: A fboeuo tghSi ha Sanders eprrs program pr iaamn -4 ''--t Kx--' 44 et -4 I 4 i 1fr aPill'Ialtautillasifite) 1 '04'Mi "'A' 4 Snamtaa jin rde irsinice)z" "iNhocB- Ilorilipsiwiriskir4wionimpliamodriplin sit -c--- minor" and "Etu in G-flat" (Cho- STARTS TODAY AT 1:30 '''i 7 pin) "Intermezzo in major" and we 0 I 'Ak'''' 4 "Capriccio in (13 rahms) Ai' 4''''" 0 Ycohtt i et as et ae tn early for 1: -x it 1-- sk 11 'VoCtUr i wasteS THE GREATEST -isss1 -4 --iAl 4 1 (- C- -4) Nocturne (Respighi) and Cat and --ax 4 AMERICAN i -CLf: tii'l 1 Fruit onFeoit A i-c I are now hopeless pY regarded as ienl ts shg making elk ia farm 4 t17 de 03'': :4 of valuable charcoals acids' carbons EPIC CurOgef -4 I Sy ALL! 4 'ik4" and cellulose 0 manufacturing In- I s''''' i '61' ---4- 1 gredients kb 0 i 7 pe SOPItt-----' A (e' 'tt'' nf4 4 i lip -Z I I'' il 1111110 --W '4-'''-' '''I-L'' 4 1'-: Ig0P i f' "'A" I I ---'-4-''''''' IL -'-'N )4 44 "'0- Lz 4 the South's Finest -Zr-c It fink 4 4 mo- 4:::: -t 60414- '('' 5u pppererstFlub HENRY ALEXANDER 0 10 PAC1 4ktoc- :3: -4 4: and His Orchestra :4 -s 4 4 La ITO 1191-La-1' I 7r --1 14 --Ik: 20 scj 0 Daily N50 Reservations 6-1836 s' thehie-Redioiedeat iiiisitedi lithe 0 7- 4' Itkatoll ILKEkApt----N444 '75' J8k1775k1-liAk woonaimrd I 1 I 1 1 I I -i --stoi- 4: i' -1 '4- i- I i k51- 1 4 1 11 I AUDITORIUM MOIL MA11116 ONLY "Fastest and Funniest of the Scandals" ONE AUDITORIUM NIGHT riori mArt Illth nye T17 1 11Cose4rie4 penal reffmeast01 4- lid MA E-11111111Val Wodil IIIC' IUliiiiilLIG1113 :1 I 1-1 I '44 I Poison List Is Recalled POISOn List 1 al Ai '1 I I4 I 4045P-7 IA I I I II I 'Here is part of your downtown movie menu for next weekend and one current film Every picture is a treat The three bewhiskered faces at the top belong to Pa Joad (Russell Simpson) Tom Joad (Henry Fonda) and Uncle John (Frank Darien) strong characters of the eagerly-awaited highly-controversial "Grapes of Wrath" from John Steinbeck's pen It comes to the Hollywood Friday Also at the top are Spencer Tracy and Hedy Lamarr stars of "I Take This Woman" due on the Worth Theater screen Saturday Tyrone Power and Linda Darnell at bottom began a four-day run Saturday at the New Liberty in "Day-time Wife" Here is part of your down- town movie men for next weekend and one current film 'IVO three bewhiskered faces at the four- John Stnbecks pen top belong to Pa Joad (Rus- sell Simpson) Tom Joad (Henry Fonda) and Uncle John (Frank Darien) strong characters of the eagerly-awaited highly-tontro- versial "Grapes of Wrath from it comes to the Hollywood Friday Also at the top are Spencer Tracy and Hedy Lamarr stars of "I Take This Woman" due on the Worth Theater screen Saturday Tyrone Power and Linda Dar- st nell at bottom began day run Saturday at ihe New Lb Liberty in Wife too belona to Pa Joel (Rut i' 1 OD By KATHERINE HOWARD It is with a great deal of envy f-at this real Girl Friday reports cr the reel Girl Friday who cavorts tht2 Worth Theater screen in the BEn liccnt-Charles MacArthur news- paper play' "His Girl Friday" We can only say: It must have been vicinderful to work in the "dark ae of newspapering An apologetic foreword was not at ail hecessary It must have been hilaricus fun to have worked back in thoe hectic days in Chicago unch Helen Hays' husband so acti-atc1y vrites about He should That was his training ground Neither are apologies in order for the mo le which is a streamlined 1l4() erition of "The Front Page" th a girl reporter Hildegarde eldy) Johnson as the star It is twice as good and twice as breezy and entertaining as the 1931 movie with Pat O'Brien as the masculine -There's some of the fastest talking and wisest cracking that has been heard on the screen in many a day One crack follows another machine-gun precision After the 'ay is over you wish you could go ca tr- gee it again for fear you is cht have missed something while you were laughing so hard Few essential changes have been Trade in the original "Front Page" pi oi Hildy Johnson (Rosalind Bus- sell) is the ex-wife of Managing Eaitor Walter Burns (Cary Grant) She comes to the office of the Morning Post to inform her ex-husband that she is going to marry an insurance salesman (Ralph Bellamy) settle down have babies and lead a respectable life It is the eve of the Earl Williams' execution and Burns needs Hildy to write the sob story on Williams as only Hildy can do it He is an unscrupulous wretch with only printer's ink in his veins He stops at nothing to keep his ace reporter from boarding a train to Al hany and a life of and boredom! Life around Walter Burns was certainly anything but boring Gene Lockhart and Billy Gilbert turned in especially good supporting performances Lockhart played Peter (Pinky) Hartwell the sitm pie-minded sheriff who was always issuing statements to the press room about the "red menace" Gilbert was the reprieve bearer who wouldn't he bribed because be was afraid of what his wife would say if She found out TALENT HUNT Joe Newman talent scout for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer will be in Fort Worth Monday to begin the search for the 10-year-old boy who will play Jody on of Spencer Tracy in the movie "The Yearling" He Nvill hold auditions Tuesday if the Worth Hotel from 10 a to roon and from 2 to 5 With him will be Felix Feist MGM director Bob Hamer sound man and Frank Blackwell cameraman Prospects will be interviewed individually and if likely youngsters are found screen tests will be made here and sent to Hollywood The part of Jody will be of equal importance to that of Tracy Metro officials are hoping to make as great a movie of "The Yearling" as "Captains Courageous" which established Freddie Bartholomew as a child star and further endeared Tracy to his large fan following An idea of the type of boy they Pre seeking can be shown best in the words of the author Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings: "The mirror showed a small face with high cheek bones The face was freckled and pale but healthy Lite a fine sand The hair grieved him on the occasions when he went to church or any doings at Volusia It was straw-colored and shaggy and no matter how carefully his father cut it once a month on the Sunday nearest the full moon it grew in tufts at the back His eyes wide and blue When he frowned in close study over his reader or watching something curious they narrowed It was then that his mother claimed him kin" The talent scouters go from here to Houston San Antonio and El Paso surance saiesinau Psettle down have 1 respectable life It Earl Williams' exe needs Hildy to wt on Williams as on1 He is an imscrup only printer's ink stops at nothing to porter from board: bany and a life and boredom! Life around NV certainly anything Gene Lockhart turned in especiall performances I Peter (Pinky) pie-minded sheriff issuMg statements about the "red met the reprieve beat be bribed because what his wife NI found out TALENT HUNT Joe Newman Metro-Goldwyn-M Fort Worth Mom search for the 10- will play Jody on in the movie "Th He Nvi 1 I hold au the Worth Hotel noon and from 2 tc will be Felix Fel! Bob Hamer sounC Blackwell camera Prospects will dividually and if are found screen here and sent to The part of Jod: importance to that officials are hopinl a movie of "The 1 tains Courageous" Freddie Bartholom and further endeE large fan followinl An idea of the re seeking can 1 the words of the Kinnan Rawlings: 'The mirror stir with high cheek was freckled and a fine sand him on the occasi( tr) church Or any It was straw-coll and no matter father cut it once Sunday nearest grew in tufts at ti were wide and blu ed in close study or watching somet narrowed It mother claimed The talent Seoul to Houston San Paso plot tiliCly I lifIlINJII klivocnalla sell) is the ex-wife of Managing vriltor Walter Burns (Cary Grant) nf tho morn-1 Sne I ing i-Not to tillvLit I a ill 3 BY JIMMIE FIDLER BALTIMORE March 2 Dear Staff: "I've been giving a lot of thought to last year's notorious "poison at the box office" list of stars given out by an East Coast theater official The more I ponder the more convinced I become that only a cowardly man hides behind futile excuses to explain his own failures I mean maybe the exhibitor who blamed the stars was himself to blame if his theaters were not prospering Maybe he was not selling his goods to the public as they should have been sold Remember that poison list? It included Greta Garbo Joan Craw ford Marlene Dietrich and Katharine Hepburn The theater chap said their names on marquees kept people away "Death to the box office" he described them But 'look at the records Garbo's "Ninotchka" is piling up! Look at Hepburn's mark of 10 highly successful months in the stage play "Philadelphia Story" Look at Dietrich standing 'em in line to see "Destry Rides Again" and look what Crawford did for box offices In "The Women" Nothing poison about those stars today is there? I'll wager that this exhibitor who was screaming insults at them a year ago is bidding for their pictures today It would serve him right if he couldn't get them so the fault was not with the stars at all Given good pictures exploited with some degree of showmanship and that same group of stars will be clicking for years to come I wonder if that Easterner who Dear a lot of notorious list of ast Coast the more only a futile i le ex- age play failures I itor who imself to were not no sell- as they ist? It in- tri Craw- nd Kath- iter chap uees kept the box Garbo's Look at ghly suc- Look at i line to ox offices and look hose stars that this iming in- isbidding It would uldn get with the ex- of show- group of years to rner who a wondering minstrel of a husband I 4 LINDA his pOC wifel DARNEI01 ENTIRE BROADWAY PRODUCTION! All Ifs Stars and All Its Girls NEW LOW PRICES: Tax TICKETS ON SALE TOMORROW IN WORTH THEATER LOBBY BEN BLUE ELLA LOGAN ANN MILLER COLLETTE LYONSBILLY RAVESCRAIG MATHUES KIM LOO SISTERSROSS WYSE JRKNIGHT SISTERS FRED MANATTJUNE MANNCHRISTINE FORSYTK FRAN ENGLISHSHIRLEY KILDUFF-VERA SHEA AND WILLIE AND EUGENE HOWARD -Situated in the Exhibits Building on the Midway Table and Counter Service WALTER WINC HELL POPULAR PRICE LUNCHEON AND DINNERS Also Operating the Catering Service in the SILVER SPUR Jack Am lung and His Orchestra Playing concocted that poisonous "poison list" isn't a wee bit ashamed of himself today? JIMMIE FIDLER WORD GAME Dear Boss: Instead of harping on that raise we'll tell you about a new word game that's sweeping Hollywood To illustrate Mr Doe asks: "What's a down-south fairy?" Mr Moe must answer with two words which rhyme pixie" it?) The youngest member of the staff thought he had us stymied this morning Said he: "What are Fidler's reporters?" But quick as a flash we all shouted: "Scrooges stooges!" Which will prove to you that we're alert and on our toes even if you are away News this past week has been scarce but here are our gleanings: Despite it's anti-war theme British censors have okayed "The Fighting 69th" without change or deletion Add Jimmy Cagney and Pat O'Brien to the songstar hearing them do an off-set duet in close harmony the director ordered a song number inserted for them in "Torrid Zone" Jane Withers returns tomorrow from her -record-breaking a tour Joan Davis had to blue-pencil that Indianapolis flu's got her George Brent is long-distancing Ann Sheridan daily from Honolulu Eddie Albert and Beverly Holden are in hearty accord Add Irene Dunne Charles Laughton and Carole Lombard to flu epidemic victims Edward Arnold's autobiography "Lorenzo Goes to Hollywood" is selling so well he's started a sequel detailing his Filmville adventures Here's an amusing reversal of form: RKO which like all studios has frowned on air jaunts for its stars this week inserted a special clause in Maureen O'Hara's contract stipulating that she MUST travel by clipper when she pays that visit to Ireland The laugh highlight in "The Dictator" will be a scene in which Charlie as Hitler and Jack Oakie as Mus solini fight it out with custard pies THE STAFF (Copyright 1940 McNaught Syndicate) A A Racy Intriguing Riot of Laughs1 Linda Looks Lovely In Tyrone's his Arms Wander so Linda's Out to Learn How Seers-tan Make Friends and Influents Husbands It's Gay! Risque! Romantic as Can Be! WRONE POWER 1 4 7 ra k5 1: 1 --Soils WALTER WIINCHELL e--' --e 4- w' i i -'''C' i 0 "b- 4 4-g) 11lt 1 1K 27-IE mosr -i: i "kok- -1 --44-4---- tt EXCITING ROMANCE! 41Ai11 49 1111 4 CARY GRANT '4 11( -5 ROS ALIN A -RUSSELL Stlifl'A 0e- qp--- f4' -C ff A Arie in HOWARD HAWKS' 1''-f: $:1:::: :4 11 OpoOZ Os' 4 -o --41' ow- -Ali- i OINK LOCKHART Sals BEN BLUE ELLA LOGAN ANN MILLER with RALPH BELLAMY 41 coLLETTE LYONS-BILLY RAYES-CRAIG MATHUES i 4 FRED MANATT a Mock KIM LOO WYSE 4x'- HCHLINWWII 111KNICHT SISTES '-c-ix A- 4-4c: ihrecied irt WSW NAM A COWIN ISOM concocted that poisonous "poison 1- -1tiNE MANNCHRISTINE FORSYTH ltt i0-'-'---'4-- PILIC list" isn't a wee bit ashamed of FRAN ENG LISH-SHIRLEY KILDUFF-VERA SHEA AND WILLIE AND EUGENE HOWARD himself today? "ELMER'S CANDID CAMERA" 4- 4 JIMMIE FIDLER I 7: ENTIRE BROADWAY PRODUCTION WORD Dear Boss: Instead of harping on z1441 All Its Girls that raise we'll tell you about a 4s All ifs Stars and i 1 i 1 new word game that's sweeping The Picture Lower Fioor $250 S180 Tax inc Mr Moe 1 Hollywood To illustrate Mr Doe Al at Ita You Must See NEW LOW PRICES: Balcony 1250 180 $120 Tax Inc A 2 asks: "What's a down-south fairy? had to blue-pencil that Indianapolis 01 a vacation-the flu's got her athitiolegfilt et'' for Its Mighty i must answer with two Geo rge en is longistanc Brt -ding rm oWT Scata AORWaresy snow- VALUE Z1 it -0 1" 4' rmancesbyits TICKETS ON SALE TOMORROW IN THEATER LOBBY words which rhyme pixie" Ni 1i- $plentlid Sheridan daily from Honolulu I -get it?) The youngest member of f' Its tinfor et tor the staff thought he had us stymied Eddie Albert and Beverly Holden -Racy Intriguing table Story! I this morning Said he: "What are are'in hearty accord- Add Irene A in Tyrone's SA' Fidler's reporters?" But quick as a Dunne Charles Laughton and CeFole Riot of Laughsl Aor) While 'atsthe stooges! flash we all shouted: "Scrooges Lo in bard to flu Edward Arnold's au epiderrtuzovircatrimhys i Linda his Looks Lovell I cookf Which will prove to you Loren Hollywood zo Goes t' i Linda's Out to Arms Wander so Hew lo 11414 that we're alert and on our toes selling so well he's started a sequel tar's Make Priem at MAN wo'4 illb27 Sto ck Show even if you are away detailing his Filmville adventures Husbands AOSSPOSei 4101111SIS a Iti 1 at) 1 News this past week has been Here's an amusing reversal 00f Ir "'lid -AK' EillOy It's Gay! Risque! I scarce but here are our gleanings: form: RKO which like natll fsoturdiltss t14111 Romantic as Can Be! Despite it's anti-war theme British has frowned on air jaunts censors have okayed "The Fighting stars LUNCHEON or DINNER 69th without change or deletion --as this week inserted a specina! clause in Maureen 0 I- ara con- In NI Add Jimmy Cagney and Pat stipulating tract stipulat that she in the O'Brien to the songstar list-after us 1111111 Iid hearing them do an off-set duet in travel by clipper when she pays that 41'w 43 L'ONGHOR close harmony the director ordered tor" will be visit to Ireland The laugh highlight in "The Dictator" a' song number inserted for 'them in WR -ON -y Alit Woe of 01011( 1 "Torrid Zone" Jane Withers re- a scene in which Charlie Cs-aplins2 na iba- 1 4 1 1Oglz Ott I I A ---t-' 1 turns tomorrow from her 'record-as i Hitler and Jack Oakie as custard -2 solin fight it out with cus 4Posizas A PAIASOVIT rottssi breaking 13 a tour- Joan Davis pies 0 wandering el THE STAFF minstrel at a 'It-Situated in the Exhibits Building (Coriht 1940 McNaught Syndicate) I on the Midway pyg tt sbandl OF T115 rr- Table and Counter Service PIUS i Amin 1 IINDA 1 POPULAR PRICE LUNCHEON AND DINNERS I I li 15c Also Operating the Catering Service in the SILVER 10c IDARNE Autc 25c SPUR Jack Amlung and His Orchestra Play ing his "each of iiiiiibl I r- 4 1 TURF CATERING00 1 tstco 4 011 I me- title I i Cei a 9)itt poi ti 90u 1 1 111111111111111111111111111fr if 1 -1110A- k-- 0 I I I l' -s- ti Film Calendar for Week Idar for -Week Girl Friday" Cary Grant Rosalind Russell Wednesday "Shop Around the Corner" Margaret Sullavan James Stewart Saturday "I Take This Woman" Spencer Tracy Hedy Lamarr Light That Failed" Ronald Colman Walter Huston Ida Lupino Tuesday "Intermezzo" Leslie Howard Ingrid Bergman Friday "Grapes of Wrath" Henry Fonda Dorris Bowdon ay" Cary rednesday er" Mar- in" Spen- wart Sat- Liter Hus- That Fail "Inter- grid Berg- Scar leit's Marriage Won't Be Toasted With This Wine Los ANGELES March 2 (AP) Wine in which Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh might have toasted their anticipated marriage went under an auctioneer's hammer cases of noted imports for $50 Only bidder was a Hollywood druggist Leon Schwab who said he was buying it for himself "and no one else" Olivier had ordered the wine sent to him from Europe but the State confiscated it after involved legal proceedings on the ground the actor did not hqld an importer's license BEAUTIES BAKE FOR BENEFIT HOLLYWOOD March 2 VP) Glamour moves into the kitchen for the benefit of Finland: Mrs William Seiter chairmn of a committee planning a benefit bridge party Tuesday says cakes baked by such film lovelies as Hedy Lamarr Lana Turner Joan Crawford and Joan Blondell will be up for sale1 Lana Turner Joan Crawford an di 111111 XVI CA-1C et3 VICs4) AoW 1 1 I Joan Blondell will be up for salet Scarleit's Marriage Won't Be Toasted With This Wine Laurence LOS ANGELES- Wine In which and Vivien Leigh might have a toast- ed eir MI th ticipated marriea2g' er under an auctioneer's hamm sArtst urday-six cases of noted imPo tor $50 i bidder Only druggist Swchaws aab "Kid Galahad" Wayne Morris Edward Robinson Wednesday "We Are Not Alone" Paul Muni Jane Bryan Friday "Return of Dr- Wayne Morris Humphrey Bogart Rosemary Lane Mr Williams" Melvin Douglas Joan Blondell Tuesday "Remember" Thursday "Call on the President" Ann Sothern William Gargan Walter Brennan Saturday "Secret of Dr Kildare" Lew Ayres Lionel Barry-more New Pacific" Barbara Stanwyck Joes McCrea 'rues-day "Remember" Thursday "Nurse Edith Cavell" Ann Neaglep May Robson Friday "Jeepers Weaver Brothers and Elviry Along the Mohawk" Henry Fonda Caudette Colbert Tuesday "Amazing Mr WA-hams" Thursday "We -Are Not Alone" Saturday "Nick Carter Detective" Walter Pidgeon Rita tective" Walter Pidge on Rita John- vAm tAs "Kid Galahad" Wayne Morris "We ay ward Robinson Wednesday Are Not Alone" Paul Muni Jane Wayne Morris Humphrey Bryan Friday "Return of DBr- ogart Melvin Douglas Joan Blonde Rosemary Lane Mr Williams" ll Tuesday "Remember" Thursday "Call on the President" Ann Soth- 10c I5c 25c We Can't MAGNIFY the Importance of Your Eyes Them Checked Immediately by DR MC GLIM STAFF WARREN WILLIAM 141 I BINNIE BARNES I WENDY BARRIE I Ff JOAN DAVIS i evoltir Lane Urey's We Can't MAGNIFY' the Importance of Your Eyes 1 116710111 a Them Checked Immediately by W1011 14 vw---1 riosit PasiZ Vidor Mr ban hotter 4 famill listassidd -I OMR' 1 11ire' 10c 714101': loult 0 WENDY BARRIE WARREN WIM 11 0 NAV AETalt 15c -J-Wc- ec BINNIE BARNWA ES 1 25c UR MC GUIRE STAFF gem JOAN DAVIS 7 i -641' Via of the Range" Russell Hayden Jean Parker Tuesday "Calling Philo Vance" Margot Stephenson Thursday "Outside the Three Mile Limit" Jack Holt Irene Ware Saturday Castle on the Hudson" John Garfield Pat O'Brien Ann Sheridan Thin Man" William Powell Myrna Loy Wednesday "That's Right You're Wrong" Kay Kyser Adolphe Menjou Saturday "The Roaring Twenties" James Cagney Prisilla Lane New Wife" Linda Darnell Tyrone Power Wednesday "Fast and Loose" Robert Montgomery Friday "Pioneers of the West" and "Chasing Trouble" both first run Parkway "Remember" Robert Taylor Greer Garson Tuesday inuSaturday "The Roaring Twen- neda ties James Cagney Prisilla Lane New Wife" Linda Darnell 'ryrone Power Wed- "Fast and Loose" Robert Montgomery Friday Pioneers of the West" and "Chasing both first run Parkway "Remember" Robert Taylor Greer Garson Tuesday -ADDED- 1-t Palace Theater's week-end attraction is the Zane Grey story "Knights cf the Range" with Russell Hayden as the cowboy hero Jean Parker as the heroine and Victor Jory as the heavy Box office opens Monday at the Worth Theater lobby for tickets to George White's Scandals which torres March 11 to the Municipal Atriltortum -Bly Little Bears" given the Academy Award for the best one-reel short subject in Hollywood the cther night is on the Majestic bill alonz with "Another Thin Man" the rltive starring William Povvell and TYaLny I oith Theater lobby for tickets to Grge White's Scandals which roeo t- es March 11 to the Municipal AclotoriUM B- Little Bears" given the Academy Avard for the best one- reoI subject in liollywood the cl-IP- night is on the Majestic bill Conz with -Another Min Man" the r' starring William Powell and ra Loy Palace Theater's ton is the Zane GI a the Range" wil the cowboy her the heroine and heavy Box office oper orth Theater lol George White's comes March 11 dVd1torium Biy Little I AcadernY Award reC short subject cther night is on along with "Anoth ove starring Loy 1 TICKET DOWNTOWN OFFICE DEINSRAIND Mall Orders Should Be Sent to Fat Stock Show Office SUNDAY MELVYN DOUGLAS -IN- JOAN BLONDELL "THE AllAWIG LIR WILLIAMS" Johnson Deep natural waves soft ringlet curls We say you couldn't get a BETTER permanent if you paid $25 and offer a Money Back Guarantee to prove it No students "Practice" on your hair in our shop Licensed Appointment Needed NO CROWDING CARTOON-COMEDY-NEWS FREE come for your wave perfume FREE! A lovely $200 bottle 'of imported perfume beautifully wrapped is our Easter gift to you this year BRING THIS AD when you and get your bottle of ROM VELIE OIL PERMAIIEUT (Our Easter Special) JILL (COMPLETE) SHOP: Third Floor Moore at 2-8938 -E000 The Original DOLLAR WAVE SHOP ip AR WA Just One Happy Triangle' LEW AYRES GREER GARSON ROBERT TAYLOR "REMEMBER" PLUS "A-Haunting We Will E2E3 NOW open 1:15 Melvyn "AMAZING MR WILLIAMS" ----PLUS-- "DEMPSEY-WILLARD" FIGHT -NOW SHOWING HEN RY FONDA CLAUDETTE COLBERT "DRUMS ALONG MOHAWK" PLUS--CONALD DUCK CARTOON NOW 7v? cii MI 1'''' '-iN''''''' 1 1 1liter son -ik CARTOON-COMEDY-NEWS I A lovely $200 bottle eeee-t As -7-' tilgtaton 7770464e otiiELL Lair KF jzD: 9 3M0 mi 7 Da' i) tt 1 -414t----' IF 0 cb a ui mt i (ported perfume -4bNoalin lo'' lit AllOTIIERT11111 LIAll ully wrapped (19A zi: '-2 'Se to' Is our Easter gift to ir ''''N '4' 1 4 ftK 4 4 1 i you this year BRING 14 -00- 6'- 4:: '5) A o1 1 THS AD when you o' et 1111411- Ak) -e come for your wave aI nd get your bottle of A PARIEWII Li- -77--- perfume FREE! Just One happy Triangle' -1 oat i ie? k- 15 r'm4t 0 154 -N' I 4 XIWe4P 1 6:" St 174 LEW AYRES GREER GARSON ROBERT TAYLOR -4 t''' A "REMEMBER" Al 'A 2 FIIEIICIII crlEriE OIL PEnnilliErIT ----pLLIS---- 5' -'sLtrito t) moor ir 1 We WIII i 001 (if 1 47'VVIr2 ft Aukalw if 1 :7: 1 'c' 4'4' Sial co 4 4 illniialErA ii' IA 064 l' I 1 1 (Our Easter pec) 4' I Deep natural waves soft ringlet curls We say you couldn't i 1-i 'e" -te 4 DOIVINTOIIIIiti OFFICE i teatca BETTER permanent if you paid $25 and offer a Money HOWIN open 1:15 in i'f ife 1 Melvyn -4 '-0 ''5 1 I Guarantee to rove it 1 "AMAZING MR WILLIAMS" 1 ---pLus----- I 'N i I I No students "Practice" on your hair in our shop -E 13 4 0) A Licensed 0 Appointment Needed in illii li- ik-1 "DEMPSEV-WILLARD" FIGHT 1 1vv-fr' 7- k40-- -4 Alt ii NO CROWDING (COMPLETE) Renfro Drug-7th and Main I E' MELVYN DOUGLAS --IN-- JOAN BLONDELL 1 MU '4171E All AZIIIG 1111 VItILLIAMS" A Tele'phone 3-1566- DOLL A SHOP- HENRY FONDA i CLAUDETTE COLBERT 1111111W I Mall Orders Should Be Sent to Fat Stock Show Officft R- i Third Floor Moore at 2-8938 -00000-- The Original DOLLAR WAVE SHOP 1 il "DRUMS A Io NA LL Do ocu cmK oCARTOON A SUNDAY MONDAY ji I A 16 1 1 II A 4 1 5 i- 1 i.

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