The Kentucky Post and Times-Star from Covington, Kentucky on June 11, 1938 · 3
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The Kentucky Post and Times-Star from Covington, Kentucky · 3

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Saturday, June 11, 1938
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JAILBREAK In WOMAN’S ALCATRAZ! One moment a deadly hush The next inferno! More desperate imore fierce than men these I unfortunate creatures 'who got out of step with civilization SALLY E1LEHS LOUIS HAYWARD mi SHIRLEY Sunday 4 to 5:30 Adults 22c 16c f EXTRA ADDED ! Our Gang Comedy “Mail and Femail” DISNEY'S SILLY SYMPHONY “WORM TURNS" I N COLOR WaevteA I A HANDSOME ADVENTUROUS MAN to be mij father "by appointment !" beoMc LuaImi GAIL PATRICK ARTHUR TREACHER William Frawley Hear DEANNA sing : “Serenade1 to the Stars Chapel 1 Love to Whistle (with GAPPY BARRA'S HARMONICA SW1NGSTERS) Gounod s AVE MARIA (with VIENNA BOYS CHOIR) BETTY BOOT CARTOON SATURDAY JUNE fi 1938- Ready to Entertain You New Stars Vie With Oldsters For Show Public Here THE KENTUCKY POST Family and Shirley — Glenn Morris in “Tarzan’s Revenge” Sunday and Monday An Array of Sophisticates Adds a Variety To Week’s Bills Youngsters Deanna Durbin and Mickey Rooney vie as box office attractions on local screens with such oldsters as Lewis Stone John Barrymore and Wallace Beery Many sophisticates as Constance Bennett Herbert Marshall and Alan Mowbray also will be on parade on northern Kentucky silver-sheets Strand “Condemned Women” presenting Sally Ellers Louis Hayward and I Anne Shirley in an absorbing story I of a woman’s Alcatraz comes to the Strand Sunday and Monday “Merrily We Live” will be shown I Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday The comedy cast: Constance Ben nett Brian Aherne Billie Burke Tom Brown Patsy Kelly and Alan j Mowbray Mickey Rooney Lewis Stone and Cecilia Parker again unite for the third of the “Judge Hardy Family” series to be shown Friday and Saturday Liberty "Mad About Music” starring Deanna Durbin begins a three-day engagement at the Liberty Sunday The supporting cast includes Herbert Marshall Gail Patrick Arthur Treacher William Frawley j Franklin Panghorn Sid Grauman Jackie Moran and Cappy Barra's Harmonica Band “A Girl With Ideas” opens Wed-J nesday with a cast including Wendy J Barrie Walter Pidgeon Kent Tay-1 lor George Barbier Ed Gargan Samuel s Hinds Dorothea Kent and Ted Osborn nights with special sessions on Saturday and Sunday afternoons for the children Hipp Sunday and Monday: “Little Miss Roughneck” featuring Edith Fellows and Leo Carillo Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday: “Romance in the Dark” tea- i turing John Boles and Gladys ! Swarthout Friday and Saturday: Double bill featuring a star cast in “Women in j Prison” and “The Sagebrush Troubadour” with Miley Burnette Liberty — Deanna Durbin in “Mad About Music” Sunday Monday and Tuesday Wjjson — Abner Elviry and Cicero Weaver in “Swing Your Lady” Sunday Monday and Tuesday Hipp — Leo Carillo in “Little Miss Roughneck” Sunday and Monday Hiland Sunday and Monday: “The Girl of the Golden West” featuring Jeanette MacDonald Tuesday and Wednesday: “Start Cheering” with Jimmy Durante Thursday and Friday: “Hawaii Calk” featuring Bobby Breen Saturday “Paradise for Three” featuring Frank Morgan Mystic to Show Prowess Prince Shandra famous psychic and mentalist billed this week at the Strand Theater Newport will appear in blindfold tests on the streets of Newport Wednesday Beginning at 12:30 noon Wednesday he will drive while blindfolded a new 1938 Nash furnished by the Knobloch Sales and Service Co Nash dealer through the c i t y’ s business section Stopping at the Goodyear Service Station Sixth and Monmouth streets he will service a car still blindfolded and then go to the Firestone Auto Supply Co where he will give another blindfold test At Tillman's Seventh and Monmouth streets Shandra will demonstrate a Double Talk Dexter Washing Machine He will complete his blindfold demonstrations at the Strand John Wayne in the latest of the popular Zane Grey outdoor stories “Born to the West” will show Friday Supporting Wayne are Marsha Hunt John Mack Brown Monte Blue Syd Saylor Nick Lucats and 1 Lucien Littlefield Wilson "Swing Your Lady" dealing with hillbillies opens Sunday at the Wilson The cast includes Humphrey Bogart Louise Fazenda Nat Pendleton Frank McHugh and the Weaver Brothers and Elviry Opening Wednesday is “Dinner at the Ritz’’ featuring Annabella with Paul Lukas David Niven Romney Brent and Tyrell Davis A mystery thriller “The Black Doll” opens Friday The cast includes Nan Grey Donald Woods Edgar Kennedy William Lundigan and Syd Saylor Elm Sunday and Monday: Myrna Loy Franchot Tone and Rosalind Russell in “Man-Proof” Matinee Sunday at 2:30 Wednesday and Thursday: Wallace Beery Virginia Bruce and D°n-nis O'Keefe in “Bad Man of Brimstone” Friday and Saturday: Claire Trevor and Donald Woods in “Big Town Girl” Broadway “The Devil's Saddle Legion” with Dick Foran wall be presented Sunday at the Broadway The cast includes Anne Nagel William Parker Gordon Hart and Milt Kibbee Tuesday is Prize Night "Love Takes Flight” featuring Bruce Cabot with Beatrice Roberts and Gordon Elliott Is the screen attraction Opening Wednesday is “Souls at Sea” starring Gary Cooper with George Raft Frances Dee Harry Carey Tully Marshall and many others Friday is Country Store Night The screen attraction is “Night of Mystery” with Roscoe Karns Grant Richards Ruth Coleman Harvey Stephens and Elizabeth Patterson James (Walton) Sunday: Bette Davis and Henry Fonda in "Jezebel" Monday: Lewis Stone and Mickey Rooney in “Judge Hardy’s Children” Tuesday: William Boyd and Natalie Moorhead in "Heart of Arizona” Wednesday: Lew Ayres and Louise Campbell in “Scandal Street” Thursday: John Barrymore ard Louise Campbell in “Bulldog Drummond Comes Back” Friday: Robert Wilcox and Nan Grey in “Reckless Living” Saturday: Clark Gable Myrna Loy and Spencer Tracy in “Test Pilot” Family and Shirley Sunday and Monday: Glenn Morris Eleanor Holm George Barbier and Hedda Hopper in “Tarzan's Revenge” Tuesday and Wednesday: William Powell Annabella Helen West-ly J Edward Bomberg and Henry Stephenson in “The Baroness and the Butler” Thursday Friday and Saturday: AT THE MOVIES Constance Bennett Brian Aherne Patsy Kelly Billie Burke and Alan Mowbray in "Merrily We Live” Music Hall Sunday and Monday: “Life Begins at College” featuring Joan Davis and the Ritz Bros Tuesday and Wednesday: “You’re A Sweetheart” featuring Alice Faye and Andy Devine Thursday: Double bill featuring Kent Taylor in “The Lady Fights Back” and “Quick Money” with Fred Stone Friday: “Danger Love At Work” with Ann Sothern and the eighth episode of “Secret of Treasure Island” Saturday: Double bill featuring John Wayne in “Bora to the West” and "She’s Got Everything” Tacoma THE EW JAMES THEATER WALTON KY TONIGHT Geo Brent — O DeHavilland in “GOLD !S WHERE YOU FIND IT” SUNDAY Bette Davis — Henry Fonda in “JEZEBEL” HILANg) Daily 7 and 9 P M Mr Matinee Sunday 3 P M TONIGHT Adults 30c Children 15c GLEN MORRIS in “TARZAN’S REVENGE” SUNDAY and MONDAY JEANETTE MacDONALD in “GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST” Sun Matinee: Adult 35c Children 1 Or Evening : Adults 30c Children 15c THE CARROLL County Sheep Protective Association has insured several thousand sheep Open for the Summer Season ROLL’S GARDEN N E Corner Elm and Patterson Sts Newport Ky DANCING Every Friday Saturday and Sunday Music by Geo Meyer and Boys Bud Cotter M C 6-Act Floor Show HOTEL HAHN DIXIE HIGHWAY DANCING 10 and 12:30 Wed Sat and Sun Ralph Hodges and Orchestra Dancing Every Wed Sat sun Night CHICKEN AND STEAK DINNERS No Minimum No Cover DINE’S AT THE MOVIES AT THE MOVIES TONIGHT THE OCTOPUS” I ID COW Sun -Mon: Myrna Loy Franchot Tone Rosalind Russell in “MAN-PROOF” Matinee Sunday at 2:3ft PERRY TONIGHT WARNER OLA NO in “CHARLIE CHAN AT MONTE CARLO” LATONI MKLJA Continuous 1 :3ft to 11 JL JB L All Seats 1 Or Till ft DICK FORAN in “EMPTY HOLSTERS” SUNDAY and MONDAY SUNDAY and MONDAY Novi she’s a DANCING Alice! A SWffliMf ou9 si STUART ERWIN UNA MERKEL MARVIN STEPHEN' i£i Also a Comedy and a Cartoon SIM! TINT St NDAY MATINEE ONLY BOTH THEATERS Eer Mail? “THE LONE RANGER” 15cK? FREE — Official Bronze Badge to Earh Bov and Girl — FREE MUSIC HALL 11th and 1 ork Newnorf 11th and York Newport TODAY (Double Bill) DICK FORAN and LINDA PERRY in “The California Mail” and WILLIAM GARGAN and JUDITH BARRETT in “BEHIND THE MIKE” Children 10c Adults 16c SUNDAY and MONDAY RITZ BROTHERS JOAN DAVIS TONY MARTIN and GLORIA STUART in “LIFE BEGINS IN COLLEGE” JflTLE MISS EDITH LEO FELLOWS CARRILLO The New Sunday — Monday Mill Also 3 Stooges Newport Lone Ranger and Cartoon 4-5:30 — 10c-20c Latonia Sunday and Monday: Jane With- ers and Stuart Erwin in “Checkers” j Tuesday and Wednesday: Will Rogers in “The County Chairman” Thursday and Friday: Double feature — Olivia DeHavilland and Ian Hunter in “Call It a Day” also Rita Haworth in "The Game That Kills” Saturday: Bob Livingston and Ray Corrigan in “Heart of the Rockies” Derby Sunday and Monday: Alice Faye in "You’re a Sweetheart" Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday: Katharine Hepburn and Gary Grant in “Bringing Up Baby" Friday and Saturday: Dick Powell and Frances Langford in “Hollywood Hotel” DAVIES IN FLORIDA TAKING BAR QUIZ Daniel W Davies well-known Newport attorney is in Florida where he is taking the Florida state bar examination Mr Davies it I was learned from his law associates plans establishing his law business and home in Florida should he pass the examination Mr Davies figured prominently in the state-wide drive against the so-called loan sharks and has been active in Republican politics In his 16 years of law practice in Campbell county Mr Davies marie a reputation as a criminal lawyer Erlanger-Eismere Miss Gertrude Burroughs of Wil-liamstown was the recent guest of her brother Mr Bayard Murroughs of Center street The final regular meeting of the St Henry P-T A will be held in the auditorium of the school at 8 p m Wednesday Mrs A G Bates will install the new officers Cops Firemen Planning Fete To Raise Cash SATURDAY June 25 has been set aside this year for the social and picnic to benefit the Covington Police and Firemen’s Pension Fund The affair will be held at the Latonia race track Many prizes will be given away at the event and dancing racing boxing and card games will be on the program Races will be held for both young and old Refreshments with plenty of choices offered will be served MASONS TO GATHER AT MAMMOTH CAVE Page 3 ST JOSEPH HEIGHTS PICNIC PLANS MADE Following a meeting held at Notre Dame Academy this week members of the St Joseph Heights Home Association were completing plans today for the annual Fourth of July picnic to be held on the St Joseph Heights grounds Continuing a position he has held since the affair first originated G Edward Gelse will again be chairman He said today that 2000 chickens which are being raised on the AT THE MOVIES grounds will be served by the Dinner Committee This Is the largt number ever to be prepared he said The dinner will be served from 11 a m to 8 p m Many booths are being planned for the picnic as as numerous entertainment features Open All Night Saturday Night We Specialize In Sunday Break faat SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER CHICKEN and STEAK With Freeh Vegetable Samhviche of All Kind Liquor Sold by Package or Drltlk Annie TENT unn ° TAVERN 1920 MADISON AVE Special to The Post FRANKFORT KY June 11— j Mammoth Cave one of the world's i wonders is to be a Masonic Lodge Hall on June 18 when Brownsville’s 1 Washington Meredith Masonic Lodge will confer the sublime de- j gree of master mason upon a group j of candidates The degree work will conclude a j day's program sponsored by the I Mammoth Cave St John's Day League an organization of Masons and Masonic lodges in that section of the state U S Sen M M Logan Bowling Green a member of Brownsville’s Masonic Lodge and Grand Master Timothy W Pennington Stanford are billed as the main speakers for the occasion Other grand lodge officers are expected to be present The Mammoth Cave Operating Committee has extended invitations throughout the state to the entire masonic fraternity for use of the cave June 18 PERKINS NAMED TO OFFICE Special to The Post FAIRMONT VA June 11— L V Perkins Covington Ky Friday was elected chaplain of the United Commercial Travelers’ Association at the grand jurisdiction meeting here Friday Next year’s meeting will be held at Natural Bridge Ky Big Apple Restaurant 524 MADISON AVE Open Day and Night Try Our Special — 50c and 65c Complete Dinner Charlie Harrington Owner Tacoma Park officials promise to j announce soon the opening date ot j the dance pavillion Tire floor is 15 feet above the ground and open on four sides Meanwhile the bathing pool is open daily from 8 a m until 10 p m The pool is filled with pure artesian filtered well water they announced The skating rink is open Tuesday Friday Saturday and Sunday AT THE MOVIES THE ROCK ALEXANDRIA PIKE One Mile Smith of Newport DANCE to the music of George Maul and His Boys Featuring 2 Floor Show Every Min Except Monday SATURDAY NIGHT — TWO 10-ACT SHOWS Mixed Drinks of All Kinds No Cover or Minimum Charge Phone Hiland 1760 AT THE MOVIES FAMILY and SHIRLEV R3S MAIN ST 1813 HOLMAN ST AIR CONDITIONED — COOL AND COMFORTABLE TONIGHT: Jeanette MacDonald Nelson Eddy Walter Pidgeon Leo Carrillo Buddy Ebsen in “THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN WEST” SUNDAY and MONDAY r fclH the i ongle wilds! lwe P "“ pp°oucEo Also “BOAT BUILDERS” a Mickey Mouse Cartoon NEWPORT TODAY — ADULTS Ifte till 6 P M Two Features! “HE COULDN’T SAY NO” “ADVENTURE'S END” AT THE MOVIES LIBERTY Continuous Showing 11 A M to 11 P M Opportunity ticket given with each admission for “Free Silver Night” every Monday and Thursday at 8 o'clock She — TODAY — bared the secret of a thousand deaths! l( I DAUGHTER OF SHANGHAI” — with— Anna May Wong Larry Crabbp Charles Bickford Evelyn Brent — o — “TIM TYLER’S LUCK” and COMEDY DEANNA uiinn nn n7uu( rrmucia CONTINUOUS II A M TO 11 P M Opportunity ticket given with each admission for “Free Silver Night” every Monday and Thursday at 8 o’clock —TODAY — Side-Splitting Mystery! “Sh ! The Octopus” — with — Hugh Herbert Allen Jenkins John Eldridge Marcia Ralston — o— COMEDY and CARTOON BROADWAY 5UN-MON-TUES THE GOOFIEST FEUD A THAT EVER MADE THE MOUNTAINS RING I MhVtk LauqhtfeA! Opportunity ticket given with each admission for “Free Silver Night” every Monday and Thursday at 8 o'clock MATINEE and EVENING ‘ FEUD MAKERS — with — BOB STEELE “Wild West Days — with — Johnny Mack Brown — o — MUSICAL COMEDY Sunday and Monday HE USES DYNAMITE INSTEAD OF GUNS TO FiGHT THESE KILLERS! Watch quick-thinking Dick Foran match bullets with T N T as he blasts his way to his most dangerous adventure! To wed or not to wed-tbat’s their battle! BOGART " SINGLETON She's crazy ft' about horses -i He’s crazy LOUISE WAT FAZENDA” PENDLETON a Both so dumb they think i rv feud is some-£sjps thing to eat! “FRANK ALLEN McHUGH ” JENKINS WEAVER BROS & ELVIRY in their first movie hit! ADDED: John Carroll — In— ‘Zorro Rides Again’ CARTOON

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