The Kentucky Post and Times-Star from Covington, Kentucky on March 19, 1938 · 3
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The Kentucky Post and Times-Star from Covington, Kentucky · 3

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Saturday, March 19, 1938
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PlJigVUWjiyiyi "FT 1Jf s - -- t ' : j 'n y SATURDAY MARCH 19 1938 MILLOALE AREA SETS NEW CLUB Former Officers of Latonia-Rosedale Commercial Group Are Named to High Posts Announcement was made today of the formation of a new civic organization in the Latonla-Rose-dale lector of the city by George F Velth temporary chairman Mr VeiLh stated that "there is little that can oe raid at the mo ment However speaking for the organizers of the new club 1 might say that we do intend to definitely follow the policy of the former Latonla-Rosedale Commercial Club It is my understanding that this club will promote civic progress at all times and win definitely seek to better conditions In the south end of this city "Personally I am very much Interested In and Intend to see the club's Indorsement of a program o! extensive athletic and social functions for the youth of our community Until a later date when the policy of this dub shall have been a matter of public record I am not at liberty to discuss tentative policies although 1 can say we are strictly a non-political organization" More than 60 persons attended the first meeting of the new dub it was said Other officers besides Mr Velth are Leonard Keller vice president Cyril Buschle secretary and Thomas Holla n treasurer It Is noted that three of the officers Mr Velth Mr Keller and Mr Holian are former officers of the now defunct Latonla-Rosedale Commercial Club The next meeting of the dub will be held Monday evening at a place yet to be selected NEWPORT WOMAN 31 IS VICTIM OF HEART Acting Campbell county coroner John E Wallace returned a verdict of death due to 'aortic aneurysm" (a rupture of the main blood vessel leading to the heart) after an Investigation of the death of Mrs Mae Harris Corothers Thursday In Newport Mrs Corothers 31 of 339 W Second street Newport was found at 10th and Isabella streets Newport by Clarence Rogers 407 Elm street Newport She complained of pain Mr Rogers stated Rogers removed the victim to the office of Dr August Helmbold Dr Helmbold pronounced her dead on arrival She leaves a daughter Mae Harris her father Gate Martin Williamsburg Ky a brother Claude Martin 10th Infantry Ft Thomas and a sister Mrs Helen Wlllen-brand Newport Funeral arrangements are being completed today by Vonderhaar & Stetter Newport funeral directors HOST TO IIAPPY Oscar Levine president of the Hyde Park Clothing Co Newport was host to Governor A B Chandler yesterday at noon at the clothing plant The governor was on his way to Frankfort after attending a St Patrick’s celebration Thursday at the Netherland Plaza Cincinnati Governor Chandler gave a brief talk to workers NEWPORT DETECTIVES FIND $3000 LOOT Part of the $3000 loot stolen on March 3 from the Cincinnati Terminal was recovered yesterday by Detectives William P Holland and Dave Donnelly from a Newport tailor and two Newport residents Clothing valued at $3000 and the property of the Seinhelmer Clothing Co New Albany Ind was stolen from a freight car at the terminal One suit four pairs of trousers and an overcoat Identified as part of the stolen merchandise were recovered by the Newport detectives FIREMEN TO MEET The Northern Kentucky Firemen’s Association will meet Tuesday at 8 p m at K of C Hall 24 E Third street' Newport An Italian supper and refreshments will be served The Newport firemen will be hosts at the meeting Grandview Gardens 15 Widrig St S Newport Dance A Entertainment Tonight Specialising in Italian Foods AT THE MOVIES hdeby DOUBLE BILL JAMES ELLISON la “ANNAPOLIS” All DOROTHY WllJtON la “SPEED TO SPARE" SUNDAY and MONDAY Specialty Artists Are Starred in Feature Pictures at Local Theaters Mae West in "Every Day’s a Holiday" at the Hlpp on Sunday and Monday Paul Muni in "The Life of Emile Zola” ut the Liberty Sunday Monday and Tuesday Martha Raye in "Double or Nothing" at the Wilson Sunday Monday and Tuesday Bar Committee May Report on Attack Monday WHE investigating committee of the Campbell County Bar Association named last week by J Garvey Davis association president to investigate the alleged attack committed by Clarke E Keeney Newport attorney upon Circuit Judge A M Caldwell la expected to conclude Its probe and make Its report and recommendations to the bar association Monday Judge Caldwell appeared before the committee yesterday Judge Caldwell charged he was attacked by the barrister early last Friday In his Bellevue home Loss of a civil action In Judge Caldwell's court is believed to have caused Keeney to assault the jurist WATER BIDS TO BE MADE BY ERLANGER Erlanger trustees met this week to prepare bids of 10 or 20 years for a water franchise to Elsmere The bids will be submitted to the Elsmere board at their meeting Monday night it was said Fred Voth vice chairman presided at last night's session OPENING RATTED AY MARCH IS THE DIXIE LUNCH 1106 DIXIE HIGHWAY Specialising in Jack Salmon Sandwiches BEER — TOFT DRINKS— ICXCHES O C O’Brirn Prop MAGNOLIA HOTEL Ut PIKE ST DANCING FLOOR SHOW 0:30 r M an 1 A M EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT No Carer No Mlalmwa AT THE MOVIES pi TONIGHT I" I Ml "WEST or SHANGHAI’ San-Man: Jana Wither LUDLOW Thomas Heck la “45 FATHERS” Mallaea SUNDAY at 3:30 D AT0NI A Hfonllaaoea 1:30111 AU Seal! 10c TIU S niCK rORAN la “CHEROKEE STRIP” SUNDAY and MONDAY Mae West Paul Muni Kenny Baker And Martha Raye Are Billed on Screens Here This Week-End Actresses and actors who have gained a reputation for “type” roles will do their stuff for the entertainment of northern Kentucky movie fans this week-end There’s Mae West the vampire Paul Muni the character actor Kenny Baker the tenor and Martha Raye the volcano-mouthed comedienne - Liberty One of the most notorious scandals in modern history supplies the motivation of the screen masterpiece "The Life of Emile Zola" opening Sunday at the Liberty Theater and starring Paul Muni The picture begins with the early struggles of Zola and his crusade on behalf of Capt Dreyfus “She's No Lady" begins Its engagement Wednesday The cast includes Ann Dvorak John Trent Harry Beresford Guinn Williams and Eileen Pringle Showing Friday Is "Dangerously Yours” a story on a trans-Atlantic ship featuring Cesar Romero and Phyllis Brooks a Strand That famous block in New York located on 52nd street bounded on the east by Fifth avenue and on the west by Sixth avenue and Which contains In Its small area music excitement thrills and entertainment It has been transplanted to the screen In Walter Wenger's ‘‘52nd Street" is booked for the Strand Theater Sunday and Monday Kenny Baker heads the distinguished cast Samuel Goldwyn's long awaited smash hit “The Hurricane" begins a three-day showing starting Tuesday Dorothy Lamour and Jon Hall are seen as the native heroine and hero Sid Katz's amateurs on the stage and “Some Blondes are Dangerous” featuring Noah Beery Jr and Dor-thea Kent as the screen attraction make up the program for Friday "You're Only Young Once" featuring Lewis Stone Mickey Rooney and Cecelia Parker will be seen on Saturday Broadway Sunday at the Broadway Theater Buck Jones’ begins "Law for Tombstone" for two days The story brings to life again a series of the most spectacular episodes of American history Supporting Buck are Muriel Evans Chuck Morrison -Harvey Clark Harold Hodge' and Mary Carney Tuesday is prize night The film attraction Is "All Over Town" featuring Ole Olson and Chic Johnson famous comedians “Dimples” starring Shirley Temple opens - Wednesday Supporting cast Includes Frank Morgan Helen Westley Robert Kent Astrid Allwyn and the Hall Johnson Choir Friday la country store night “Internes Cant Take Money" co-star-ing Joel McCrea and Barbara Stanwyck Is the screen attraction Wilson “Double or Nothing" co-starring Bing Crosby and Martha Raye begins Its engagement at thfe L B Wilson Theater Sunday The film Is a light-hearted story about an eccentric millionaire Opening Wednesday is- “Fire Over England” with Flora Robson Ray Big Apple Restaurant 34 MADISON AYE Ope Day aa Night Try Oar Rlullag Steak aaS Hi Maia “Bif Appla” ria Chari! Hsrriaytaa Owacr At rHB MOVIES USIC HALL lllh ind York Nsvnort 11th and York Newport TONIGHT (Double Bill) CHESTER MORRIS and WHITNEY BOURNE in ‘The Flight From Glory1 and HUGH HERBERT and TOM BROWN In ‘That Man’s Here Again’ and 635 MAIN ST 1813 HOLMAN ST TONIGHT: Walter WlarMl Bra Sera La Simona Rimes Joaa Darla “LOVE AND HISSES” SUNDAY and MONDAY THE mond Massey Leslie Banks Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier “The Footloose Helrcse” starring Ann Sheridan with Craig Reynolds is billed for Friday and Saturday Sunday Monday: "Vogues of 1938" an all color picture with Joan Bennett Tuesday Wednesday: "The Bride Wore Red” with Joan Crawford Thursday: "Make a Wish" with Bobby Breen and Marion Claire Friday "Annapolis Salute” with James Ellison and Marsha Hunt Saturday: Double bill featuring James Gleason and Zasu Pitts in "Forty Naughty Girls” and "League of Frightened Men” with Walter Connelly Hipp Sunday Monday: "Every Day’s a Holiday" with Mae West and Edmund Lowe Tuesday Wednesday Thursday: “I’ll Take Romance” featuring Grace Moore and Stuart Erwin Friday Saturday: Double feature Neil Hamilton in “Portia on Trial” and "Old Wyoming Trail? with Charles StarretL Family Shirley Sunday Monday: Gene Raymond Ann Sothem Helen Broderick Victor Moore and Billy Gilbert In She's Got Everything” Tuesday Wednesday: Anna Nea-gle Anton Walbrook H B Warner and Walter Rills In "Victoria the Great” Thursday Friday Saturday: Edward G Robinson James Stewart Race Strcdner and Sidney Black-mer in "The Last Gangster” Elm Sunday Monday: Jane Withers Thomas Beck and Louise Henry In "45 Father” Wednesday Thursday: Irene Dunne and Randolph Scott in “High Wide and Handsome" Friday Saturday: Dolores Del Rio and George Bandera and Peter Lorre In "Lancer Spy” Derby Sunday and Monday: Loretta Young and Tyrone Power in "Second Honeymoon” Tuesday Wednesday ' Thursday: Fred Astaire and Burns and Allen in "Damsel In Distress” Friday Saturday: Richard Cromwell and John King In "The Road Back” Latonia Sunday Monday: Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey In "High Flyers" Tuesday Wednesday: Fred Astaire and Bums and Allen in “Damsels In Distress1' Thursday Friday: Double show with Preston Foster In “You Can't Beat Love" and Ann Dvorak In THE ROCK ALEXANDRIA PIKE Ox Mil Saeth 1 Kewpert DANCE to the marie of Georg Maul and Bis Boys 8-Act Floor Show SATURDAY NIGHT Featurinf Ml CharMI Caaaety Vnllit Mixed Drinks of All Kinds No Cover or Minimum Charge Phone HUand 1760 At THE MOVIES Children 10c Adults 16c SUNDAY and MONDAY WARNER BAXTER and JOAN BENNETT In a Beautiful AU Color Production ’’VOGUES OF 1938” triaa'tpirb Stack larartm rt laanl Harrlyw aert'y tauriaN paapla in KENTUCKY POST 'X K V Kenny Baker In “53nd Street" at the Strand Sunday and Monday Loretta Young and Tyrone Power In "Second Honeymoon” at the Derby on Sunday and Monday "The Case of the Stuttering Bishop" Saturday: Bob Livingston and Ray Corrigan in “Come on Cowboy” DRIVERS ARE FINED FOR RED LIGHT RUNS Declaring that the city’s traffic regulations must be observed and enforced Police Judge Alfred G Maybury assessed $3 fines against four alleged violators They were charged with driving through red traffic lights by Motorcycle Patrolman Robert Casdarf Those fined were: Pat Arcaro Monmouth street merchant Pearl Norman Southgate George Ross Cold Spring and Edward Wilbur Ft Thomas QUEEN GARDEN 714 Mallaea At On Opr 34 Hnar ROAST TOI'NO VERMONT TURKEY RAGE DRESSING ’ CRANBERRY SAITB OjC Special Minute Steak — 50c Wa Berra DOMESTIC RABBIT Aar Styla 55c AY 1111 kUilU TONIGHT Adults 30c Children 15c Sunday Matinee Adult 35c— Cklldrea 18a TONIGHT VICTOR MOORE in “MEET THE MISSUS” SUNDAY & MONDAY ELLA LOGAN LEO CARRILLO “52ND STREET” ADULTS — CHILDREN IS Saturday Haadajr aad Hulidaya— t nly! Today— Adult Iftr Till FRANK MORGAN “Beg Borrow or Steal” Added Matinee Only! “Renfrew of N W Mounted" SUNDAY— MONDAY A grand story of the hottest gayest swingiest street in all the world with the brightest stars of midnlgh blaring out the jam filling it with melody dancing and awing! It's sweet! It’s hot! It's swell! with IAN HUNTER ti LEO CAREILLO PAT PATERSON ga$ ELLA LOGAN SI D4 SILVERS ZASU PITTS flUKfKENNYjBAKER il iatara amd aierty wafesy el eateiMriwem that amdc Mad Sheet Inman I Swini ’ l MS 2 Kk 7 J"4 L-rrtU Wja Added Fun — OlH GANG COMEDY “FISHY TALES” Color Cartoon — News FT THOMAS SCOUT DRIVE PLANS MADE Daniel Schwarts chairman of the Ft Thomas District Finance Drive for the Boy Scouts announced today that the city has been divided Into 39 territories and a captain of each territory la to select hU own help or to work the territory alone as he chose The drive in Ft Thomas Is an effort to raise $1500 the allotted share of the district-budget of the entire drive of the Northern Kentucky Council Mr Schwartz submitted the following names as captains of their respective territories: Territory 1 John Barr 2 Philip Kume 3 R I Gordon 4 John Droege 5 Wilbur McLane 6 Sam Frank 7 Robert DilUng 8 Sam Maddox 9 Ed Scott 10 Henry Cook 11 Kenner Smith 13 Lt Col Lucian Taliaferro 13 Bernard Sadosky 14 C B Suter 15 David Wist 18 Joe Austin 17 Prank Starr 18 A George Bray ton 18 B Charles Craig Nineteen A-B-C R J Llppert and BUI Rose 20 Louis Cook 20 A Fred Hall B William Culbertson C Harry Irwin D Prank Hell 21 A R Clapp 22 Herbert Roell 23 J E Coombs 24 Wendell Press 25 John Hosklng 28 Charles Melville 27 Frank Rudert 28 Ruel Wright 29 Henry Koenig 30 Howard Bary 31 Harold McKenney 32 Leon Bird and Major Frank Camm STATE Y PLANNING DINNER MEET HERE A dinner conference of the State Young Men's Christian Association will be held Monday night at the Covington Y William N Ewald district secretary reported today Russell Wilson former Cincinnati mayor will be the principal speaker William F Burke Covington is chairman AT THE MOVIES SUNDAY MONDAY The gd who made the Nineties Gay! KXTBA ADDED— Comrty— Color Cirlom— Nfwfc rcraro Newport COVINGTON DOG Marchioness Jab Boston terrier prise winner at the 1937 Cincinnati Kennel Club show is entered again this year The show opens today and continues through tomorrow Marchioness is owned by Haxel K Askren 232 E Second street Covington AT THE MOVIES L'liBlRiriTi j Continuous Showing 11 A M to 11 P X TODAY BORIS KARLOFF Hnllirwaad'i siratrat horror exyert la a acw anrt atmnilaa achievement “WEST OF SHANGHAI” — witb- Beverly Roberta Mlrarda Cartel "RADIO ’ATHOL’ with GKANT HIT HESS 01 Gaay Caoifrty SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY With Two Words— “I ACCUSE”— He Made the World Remember the Man It Tried to Forget! PAUL MUNI ia (lit £la Tkt N YTime call Tli beat tLcciacaa caa accampliab" con tin core n a m to ii r m —TODAY— Konaare— ayalaat th Primitive alara’a wUdrmraa! a HTTP of “TIIE LADY FIGHTS BACK” Keat Taylor Irene Hrrvey WlUle Heat Comedy aod Maalnd SUN-MON-TUES ADDED: COMEDY AND CARTOON — --— -IlrSi'r RICH WILL REBUILD q BARN WHICH BURNED Within 30 days Bert Rich whose show horses and bam on the Dixie Highway near Florence were destroyed in a 810000 blaze early Thursday will begin construction cm a new bam with open stalls similar to those used on race tracks ha raid The new shed will be a one-floor plan and be located on the site of the old building Mr Rich Intends to purchase other horses Only $700 worth of Insurance “covered” the entire bam Thera was no insurance on the horses Mr Rich said $30 GIVEN AWAY 13 O'CLOCK MIDNIGHT MI MIC ANI1 DANCINO Ere ry Kalarday Mslit Until 3 A M SUNDAY DINNER e— SOr— Sr ' - FRESH VEGETABLES SERVED WITH AlL MEALS Ckoiea f l’ra llni Brno ar IMIra Baalim Cara Cklekea a a Coaatrr Ham Saudwlebee DnaMa Dcckcra ORR’S TAVERN 1S1S-ID3U Maillan Are HE 3BM AT THE MOVIES Lake Chan Mlckarrt Lee WITH A CAST or THOUSAND MCIVDON Gloria HoUea Doaal J Criip Henry O’Neill Leuie Calli CM PrPMnttJ if Warner Bra DirccttJ ly l'ifllw Dumb MATIXRIS ONLY "MysInfMi PIW" with Capt Frank Hawke MM MATINEE aad EVEMKQ TOM KEENE “WHERE TRAILS DIVIDE” "SECRET AGENT” with— Jean Xoyen Stott Kolb AH-8tnr Comedy Sunday and Monday ADDED: S O S COAST GUARD” "OUR GANG COMEDY” i

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