The Kentucky Post and Times-Star from Covington, Kentucky on October 15, 1938 · 3
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The Kentucky Post and Times-Star from Covington, Kentucky · 3

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EATURDAY OCT 15 1938- -THE KENTUCKY POST- Fans in for Variety Week These Stars to Show Here This Week-End Three Types Of Themes Are Booked Comedy romance and just-down-right good acting-will hit the local silversheets this week Laurel and Hardy will supply the chuckles John Barrymore and Alison Skip-worth the “deep stuff” and Alice Faye Tyrone Power and Don Ameche the romantic touch ICy- JV I V Liberty "Three Blind Mice" comes to the Liberty Sunday co-starring Loretta Young and Joel McCrea with Marjorie Weaver and Pauline Moore Stuart Erwin David Niven and Binnie Barnes have prominent supporting roles Family and Shirley: Robert Young and Ruth Hussey in "Rich Man Poor Girl” Sunday and Monday "Wives Under Suspicion” begins its engagement Wednesday The j film introduces an all-star cast j headed by Gail Patrick and Warren j William The cast also Morgan William Constance Moore includes Ralph Lundigan and ‘‘Prison Break” opens Friday Barton MacLane heads the cast with Glenda Farrell in the featured feminine role In supporting places are Paul Hurst Ward Bond and Victor Killian 1 Strand "Block Heads” Laurel and Hardy's latest full length comedy comes to the Strand Sunday and Monday Barton McLane and Glenda Far-rel in “Prison Break” will show as an added feature Hipp: Victor Gracie Fields in Be Rich” Sunday and Monday Strand : Hardy in Stan Laurel and Oliver "Block Heads" Sunday FRESHNEY RESIGNS POST 175 Students Take Double Wedding Part in Contests Ceremony A rtrtVrt vi v-i n f nlxr 1 7C f " Page Friday at Chamber of Commerce Executive to Take Cincy Position (Continued from Page One) Approximately 175 students of Campbell county schools gathered A doube weddng ceremony at the A J Jolly High School at California Saturday to participate which a brother and sister were in athletic and scholastic contests married (not to each other) ponsored by the county school sys- ton’s civic affairs will continue and that it is my fondest hope to tern J W Reiley superintendent announced The first meeting of the Campbell County Teachers’ Association was held Friday night Mr Reiley said with Dr Samuel L Eby University of Cincinnati professor as principal speaker Dr Eby discussed “Guidance” Forty-one of the county system's rHK MOVIES performed at 6 p m St Paul Evangelical Church Covington by Rev Philip Wiggerrnan The participants were Miss Margaret Edmonds 21 and M Garel Hardwick 21 Miss Mildred Finck 23 and James W Edmonds 24 all was of Covington A I MOVIES see Covington and Kenton county teachers and a number of guests and Monday Liberty: Joel McCrea in "Three come to its rightful place in the sun "The Kenton County United Civic Clubs offers a wonderful opportunity for united service to our community and certainly the Chamber of Commerce should nurture this organization and lend it its every support Community Chest attended the meeting ANTIQUES ARE STOLEN The 'Citizens’ Committee Blind Mice” Sunday Monday and ( pVttodta ctoTttaCtaE Tuesday Love Is Young” also Bruce Cabot in “The Legion of Terror” Saturday: Bill Boyd in "The Tex-' as Trail” m I 'mm W Latonia: Mickey Rooney "Judge Hary's Children’ and Monday Family and Shirley Sunday and Monday: Robert Young Lew Ayres Ruth Hussey and Guy Kibbee in "Rich Man Poor Girl” Tuesday and Wednesday: Carole Lombard Frederic March Charles Winninger and Walter Connolly in "Nothing Sacred” Thursday: Leslie Howard Joan Blondell and Humphrey Bogart in “The Stand In” Friday and Saturday: Tommy ln Kelly Jackie Moran May Robson Sunday Walter Brennan and Victor Jory in "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” ber of Commerce and the Kenton County United Civic Clubs should continue to work to the end that every possible consideration be given to the crying need of a Community Chest "The Better Business Bureau Covington Woman Reports Loss of Valued Goods Antiques valued at more than $275 were reported stolen Friday night from the home of Miss Louise Clark 418 Greenup street Coving- Committee deserves the support and ton co-operation of every citizen and it Missing articles included a Paisley is hoped that the chamber will con- shawl valude at $100 a Grenadine mue to get behind its operation shawl valued at $50 a eoveret spread Last spring Covington and Ken- valued at $75 and brass andirons °n tts first official i valued at $50 All were more than Boys Week and through the co "Letter of Introduction” is the feature attraction Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday Adolphe Menjou Andrea Leeds and George Murphy provide the drama Edgar Bergen and Charley McCarthy the comedy Ritz Brothers and Marjorie Weaver Thursday: "Hold That Kiss” featuring Mickey Rooney and Maureen O’Sullivan Friday: “Romance in the Dark” featuring Gladys Swarthout and John Boles Saturday: Double bill featuring Buck Jones in "Sudden Bill Dorn” and “The Big Town Girl” with Claire Trevor Meets Girl” with James Cagney and Pat O'Brien Friday: “Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm” featuring Shirley Temple and Randolph Scott Saturday: "Prison Farm” with McLaglen and Shirley Ross and Lloyd Nolan ‘We're Going To Derby Sunday and Monday: George Raft and Sylvia Sidney in "You and Me" Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday: Loretta Young and Joel McCrea in “Three Blind Mice ” Friday and Saturday : Double show Richard Dix in "Blind Alibi” also Anne Shirley in "This Marriage Business” Elm Sunday and Monday: Don Ame che Simone Simon and Robert dounds to ’benefit our citlzenry :e Sun- J Young in “Josette” day at 2:30 Wednesday and Thursday: Mickey Rooney Maureen O'Sullivan and Dennis O'Keefe in "Hold That Kiss” Friday and Saturday: Mary Carlisle Lloyd Nolan and Roscoe Karns in “Tip-Off Girls” 100 years old Miss Clark told police operation of practically all the serv-1 she said she had shown the ice clubs this fine character-build- articles to an antique "dealer” The ing work was started Please let it dealer was to return at 7 p m She be continued said sbe f0jd him sbe bad jQ ieave Some effort should be made on her apartment at 7:30 p m The the part of the Chamber of Com- “dealer” failed to keep the 7 o'clock merce to carefully consider the ef- appointment Miss Clark said When feet of the Income Tax law now in she returned home the antiques force in the state of Kentucky I were gone whether its presence on the statute a lodge pin wrist watch and toy books is responsible for industries bank containing $4 were stolen refusing to locate in our state and Friday night from his home Theodore Langheim 430 Greenup street Covington reported to police community or whether or not it re as a whole Latonia A return showing of “Mad About Music” starring Deanna Durbin with Herbert Marshall and Gail Patrick in supporting roles and “The Marine Are Here” featuring June Travis and Gordon Oliver make up the double-feature program for Friday and Saturday Hiland Sunday Monday and Tuesday: “Love Finds Andy Hardy” featur- Sunday and Monday: Lewis Stone and Mickey Rooney in "Judge Hardy’s Children” Tuesday and Wednesday: Loretta Young and Joel McCrea in “Three ing Lewis Stone Mickey Rooney and Blind Mice” Judy Garland Wednesday and Thursday: “Boy Thursday and Friday: show Virginia Bruce in Double "When James (Walton) Sunday: Deanna Durbin and Gail Patrick in “Mad About Music” Monday: The Jones Family in “Safety in Numbers” Tuesday and Wednesday: Alice Faye Tyrone Power and Don Ameche in "Alexander’s Rag Time Band” Thursday: Jane Withers Gloria Stuart and Henry Wilcoxon in "Keep Smiling” Friday: All-star cast in “Girls for Sale” Saturday: George Raft and Dorothy Lamour in “Spawn of the North” Stands Ready “Please be assured that the writer stands ready at all times to be of any assistance to the Chamber of Commerce or any other organization that is working unselfishly for community betterment Thieves entered through a window police were told Bookies to Co Louisville Says Special to The Post LOUISVILLE KY Oct 15— Po- “ While the Board of Directors has lice Chief John Malley today prom-elected me to be its executive secre- ised a continuous drive to rid the tary until June 1939 I will greatly city of handbooks appreciate it if my resignation isj He said police will continue to accepted by Nov 1 1938 ! harass them until the bookies are Expressing my appreciation to driven out entirely or else forced to you and to every board member and to the many citizens that have cooperated in the program of the Chamber of Commerce and with sincere good wishes I remain “EDWIN E FRESHNEY Executive Secretary” operate so surreptitiously that they will constitute a minor evil only Wilson "Reckless Living” begins its engagement at the Wilson Sunday In the romantic leads will be seen Robert Wilcox Nan Grey and William Lundigan Heading the trio of funsters are Jimmie Savo world-famous pan-tomimist Charles Judels and Frank Jenks TWO LEGION POSTS PLAN BIG EVENTS Dedication and Welcome on Programs (Continued from Page One) CITY OFFICIALS SCORED BY CLUB Failure to Publish Statement Is Cause “He Couldn't Say No” featuring Frank McHugh is scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday The supporting cast includes Jane Wyman Cora Witherspoon Berton Churchill Tom Kennedy and Raymond Hatton “Partners of the Plains” opens Friday The cast includes William Boyd Gwen Gaze Russell Hayden John Warburton and John Beach Broadway “Cattle Raiders” starring two-fisted Charles Starrett opens at the Broadway Sunday Others in the cast include Donald Grayson Iris Meredith Eddie Cobb and Art Mix grand ball will be opened at 8 p m by a grand march of Legionnaires in uniform and will continue until 1:30 a m Members of Mr DeFalaise’s committee are William Stratman H B Noble Joseph Willenbrink Walter Stevens and Maj H Ausdenmoore The program honoring State Commander Lovett will include a parade from Fourth and York streets Nowport to the James Wallace Costigan Post Home It will be led by the drum corps of George W Budde Post Cincinnati Tuesday is Country Store Night The film attraction is “Hold ’Em Navy” with Lew Ayres and Mary Carlisle heading a cast that includes John Howard Benny Baker and Elizabeth Patterson Benefit Party Is Wednesday Plans for the fourth annual bene- “Happy Landing” starring Sonja Henie with Don Ameche opens Wednesday The supporting cast includes Jean Hersholt Ethel Merman and Cesar Romero Showing Friday is "Western Gold” starring Smith Ballew Others in the cast are Heather Angel Otis Harlan and Leroy Mason fit card party and frolic for the Jesuit Novitiate at Milford O Wednesday at the Knights of Columbus Hall Newport have been completed it was announced Saturday The event will be held in the afternoon and evening Proceeds will be turned over to the Jesuit institution for the further education of young men to the priesthood It is being sponsored by Mr and Mrs Stanley W Tillman Summerville avenue South Newport whose son Stanley is among several northern Kentuckiahs studying for the Jesuit order Mayor H A Knollmann's refusal j to comply with a request by a Good Government League official that a ' monthly statement of Covington’s expenditures and income be pub- lished as "required by law” accord-! ing to Albert R Keller league president "is the reason for the city's financial difficulties” the league charged Friday night at a meeting Mr Keller said that “statements of the city manager showing flood ! loss and expenses of the city as $245000 is in direct conflict to a statement published on Nov 22 ! 1937 showing actual flood loss to the city proper as $55040 with an additional loss of $25590 in materials a total of $80630” More than 300 volunteered to work against the six-year gas franchise which is to be voted upon at a referendum election next month The league advocates a two-year franchise Friday night the league officially opened its campaign to defeat the six-year franchise The meeting was held at 33 Pike street Covington Man Wife Recovering Special to The Post LEXINGTON KY Oct 15— Attendants at Good Samaritan Hospital here reported today that Kyle White 44 of West High street and his 20-year-old wife Euline were on the road to recovery Wednesday White slashed his throat with a razor and then attacked his sleeping wife with a razor and a brick White now declares he wants to live THE ROCK ALEXANDRIA PIKE One Mile South of Newport A Small Cover Charge of Per Person Saturday Night Only BIGGER AND BETTER SHOWS George Maul and His Boys Featuring In 8-Act Floor Show Every Saturday and Sunday Nile Mixed Drinks of All Kinds For Reservations Phone Hiland 1760 Big Apple Restaurant 524 MADISON AVE Open Day and Night PLATE LUNCH Served From 11 A M to 9 P M Includes Roast Chicken 2 Vegetables Bread Butter Coffee Tea or Milk 25 Charlie Harrington owner WHEH- few FURNITURE DINE’S AT THE MOVIES THE MOVIES SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER CHICKEN STEAK COUNTRY HAM With Fresh Vegetables Sandwiches of AH Kinds Mixed Drinks of All Kinds LIQUOR SOLD BY DRINK (or Package) TENT TAVERN MUSIC HALI W a 11TH and YORK NEWPORT § Children 10c Adults 16c TONIGHT— (Double Bill) Ken Maynard and John Barclay in 1918-1020 Madison Ave HE 929(1 “THE WHIRLWIND HORSEMAN” SUNDAY and MONDAY MADELEINE CARROLL HENRY FONDA and LEO CARRILLO I HE MOVIES And Eric Linden and Louis Hayward in TODAY — 1fc Till ( I M ‘GOD S COUNTRY and WOMAN Plus “FEMALE FLrGITI ‘The Midnight Intruder’ “BLOCKADE n E‘TWH Hfl FAMILY and SHI RLE V 3 mmmw am “ 3S mux street ism holman street — “ iwimiow Robert Taylor Edward Arnold Maureen O'Sullivan Frank Morgan SUNDAY and MONDAY! TWO FIRST-RUN FEATURES! THE CROWD ROARS” SUNDAY and MONDAY Federal Court Monday The October term of U S Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky wil lopen at 11 a m Monday when the docket is called by Judge H Church Ford Nine old cases and 25 new will be heard at the session 1000 LAUGHS when the world’s favorite comics return from tlie war — 20 years late! Thousands cheer — hut it’s Ollie’s wife that gives them the real reception! AT THE MOVIES Hipp Sunday and Monday: “We're Going To Be Rich” featuring Victor McLagulen and Gracie Fields Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday: Double feature with John Barrymore in “Bulldog Drummond’s Revenge” and “Ladies in Distress” featuring Alison Skipworth Friday and Saturday: Double bill featuring Jack Holt in "Under Suspicion” and "Stranger From Arizona” Pflueger to Speak Edward Pflueger a member of j the Covington Board of Education ! wil ispeak on “Covington First” at a meeting of the Young People's ! Progress Club at 7:30 p m Satur-! day at 33 Pike street THE NEW JAMES HAL ROACH presents THEATER WALTON KY QrrAH m sit wan Imml mmv AT THE MOVIES Music Hall Sunday and Monday: “Blockade” featuring Madeleine Carroll and Henry Fonda First Show 7 r M PI TONIGHT tLlvl “THANK YOU luplow MR MOTO” Sun Mon: Don Ameche Simone Simon Robert Young in “JOSETTE” Selected Short Subjects — TONIGHT — Shirley Temple Geo Murphy in ‘Little Miss Broadway’ — SUNDAY — Deanna Durbin Gail Patrick in ‘‘MAD ABOUT MUSIC” PATRICIA UllS BILIV GILBERT Minna gomeell jamis tinlatson Directed by John G Blystone He hod too much money end too little romance until she along! You'lllaugh you'll love it! — ALSO— Tuesday and Wednesday: “Kentucky Moonshine” featuring the AT THE MOVIES UILAIID H P FORT THOMAS ” R P DAILY 7 & O D DAILY 79 PM7 TtUUinee SUNDAY 3 PM TONIGHT Adults 30c Children 13c EDITH FELLOWS in ‘Little Miss Roughneck’ SUNDAY and MONDAY Lewis Stone Mickey Rooney ‘Love Finds Andy Hardy’ Sun Matinee: Adults 25c Children 10c Evenings: Adults 50c Children 15c derby latonia Will Rogers Rochelle Hudson in “Life Begins at 40” TODAY Continuous 1:90 to 11 All Scats 10c Till ( SMITH BALLEW in “RAWHIDE’ SUNDAY & MONDAY SUNDAY & MONDAY A I SO: COMEDY and CARTOON bRoest movie bargain: Enhro Program Only 2 Hrs and 10 Min SUNDAY — MONDAY Sunday 4 to 5:30 1 0c?0c G oVe-a-'"" bo' oW f'ds Gr0cte wol ou'H g°°rU TO? OOWlt'O ALSO 3 STOOGES in “3 MISSING LINKS ’ POPEYE CARTOON Chapter No 1 “DICK TRACY RETURNS’’ Continuous Showing 11 A M to 11 P M AIR-CONDITIONED “FREE SILVER NIGHTS” FVFHV MONDAY AND FRIDAY AT R P — TODAY — Lovp loyalty and larceny no haywire in this ravins roaring romanre of mad excitement frenzied speed amt thrilling battles: “CTA-rr iNf-si i'di STATE POLICE” — with — John King Constance Moore William Lundigan Larrj Blake Last Chapter: “FLASH GORDON’S TRIP TO MAKS” CARTOON SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY saSs: Joel YOUNG McCREA ‘heSe pooVei "’ftrlel W’- 'J TH1EE mmmm JUICE DAVID NIVEN STUART ERWIN MARJORIE WEAVER PAULINE MOORE BINNIE BARNES JANE DARWELL MATINEE ONLY: TOPEYE CARTOON “Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok” with Kermlt Maynard Continuous Showing 11 A M to 11 P M Suspense-packed from the eerie — TODAY — heart-chilling drama pounding walls of tlie home of mystery ! MAKING THE HEADLINES” Jack Holt Beverly — with — Roberts Craig Reynolds Marjorie Gateson COMEDY and CARTOON SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY A GAMBLING FOOL WHO PLAYED "EASY COME EASY GO — But it didn't work with love! A New Universal Picture with ROBERTWILCOX NAN GREY -JIMMIE SAVO WILLIAM LUNDIGAN FRANK JENKS Added: Musical Cartoon — “LITTLE JACK HORNER” MATINEE and EVENING JOHN WAYNE GRANT WITHERS in “LUCKY TEXAN” “RADIO PATROL” COMEDY SUNDAY and MONDAY BUJliT-SPATfM® COVd id’ Added: “THE LONE RANGER” and Cartoon J

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