Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on January 7, 1928 · Page 4
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4 SATURDAY EVENING y " ' Da&IanD Crffitme JANtTART 7, 1928 WILL HERS' ""Jfs fV' 'T9i (TV ftr$ di H DJEATiiRE $ :i fmwlmM Headline Attraction for f f It Vf - V r I witf fl "15 T ' .Coming Week. f Jbt J$jK jSM I? t.Cn At the T & D thi xpek Will Rogers. Amprici's preatest humor-Its, is featured in. "A Texas Steer," a First Na4ion.il comedy. , Rogers wrote the subti:Jes, which lone should be worth the price of dmission. A strong supporting cast include? Louise Fazomhi, star comic of Hollywood, who has the role- of "Ala" Brander, wife of Congressman Brander of Texas.. Honors is the cattleman-eojurressm.i n . Inis,i s Fairbanks Jr. awl Ann Roj k have the Juvenile leads around which the romance is developed. .. Lilyan Tashm.ui and. San Hardy have the comedy "heavy" roles and Ueotce.Marij.in Sr. is in -the, role, of Fishback. Negro poiilician, the role, incidentally, which,, h cr-eated 'in or more years ago when Charles Ifoyt first Staged "A' Texas Steer." Bud' Jaimison, Arthur ilovt. Mack Swain, Ltn-ien Littlefield and William Orlamond have the other bift roles. , The stage act on the same bill Is Fanchon and .Marco's "Lace Idea," one of the niiost gorgeous acta of tjhe year, featuring dishing and Huston, the Ten Tamon" Girls and Georgie Stoll and. theT & U band. Jtmray Davis, tjie T. tic D.'s popular, eong star, will sing several new numbers. More Days Accounts .Opened Up to &Jan. 10 Draw Interest H From' Jan. Xu I-' In This :lOalan4i Association, Managed by Tliese Oakland Sasines Men: John P. MaxV-vell, President alter P. Wijolsey, V-Pres. Hiy.;R. Gibsotn, Vice-Pres. Geo W. Luillow, Secretary .Walter JBvipee, Attorney , H7C. CapweII ; G. H. ChHcote i E. F. Dyer F. M. GrWenwood J. R. Knowland ' jj. r Sherwood B. Swan Charles Hj Wood IJiCORPOBATED DEC. 7, 1008 WDW STATE SL'HBfiSOiV- . tUJLMMO m4 LOAM ASS vf 444 17th Street OAKLAND, CALIF. ; Asset over $2500,000 , , ill .: : &WM 16. 17 and 18, and Wednesday-mat- W " V 4 1 fc?WWWWl rir ALL. DAY at RESTAURANT I Si QUICK AND EFFICIENT WAITRESS SERVICE All the Hot Biscuits You Want Art te, fun', sake I. exemplified i ETA Vi'" 1 1 fff " ffl ' I f I 9 I P VIDfR I I fl III V PTH W in Nikita Balieffs famous Russian GARbO V VSW.Mjffl jTWlif . " A Ss I f f, I? lift SI llll M H 1 1 111 I SIHK entertainment, the "Chauve-Souris," which comes to the Oakland Auditorium theater Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, January 1C, 17 and 18, and Wednesday-mat inee, it is announced. Balleff and his company have been characterized as the playboys of Russia." This pugnacious Russian and his carefree band of singers, dancers and comedians have come to" America to dispel the mistaken notion that Russians never laugh. In California it will play only in Oakland, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Manager Rusco also announced yesterday that he will bring "Hit the Deck" the musical comedy success, to the Oakland Auditorium theater following the "Chauve-Souris." Earth to be Turned On New School Site Work on a $75,000 building to provide additional room for Laurel school will be officially begun at ground-breaking exercises Monday afternoon on the corner of Kansas and Patterson streets. Miss Maud M. Wallace, principal of Laurel school, has invited Fred M. Hunter, superintendent of city schools, to be the speaker at the exercises, which will begin at - 1 p.m. The new building is to contain seven claas rooms, a cafeteria room and an assembly hall. v Seven of the fifteen classes of the school, which are now meeting in portables on the school property, will occupy the new. building when it isvcompIeled;according to Miss Wallace. The new structure lsr to be ready for classes by the begin ning of the fall term. East Oakland High Plans Nearly Done Final plans and specifications for the East Oakland High school, to be constructed at an approxi mate cost of toOO.000 are being prepared today by Miller and Warnecke. The high school will be erected at Foothill boulevard and Eighty-seventh avenue and will be one of the most modern structures of school design and constructed of brick and steel. When completed It will accommodate between 1500 and 1800 students. Plans are being rushed In order that- actual construction work can be started next March. STUDENT BURIED RICHMOND, Jan. 7. Funeral rites were held here this afternoon for Mario Miehettl, University of California student who passed away at an Oakjand hospital. The youth was -the son of Mr. and .Mrs. Adi-done Miehettl, 113 Railroad avenue, and Is also urvived by a brother, Louis. Fried Spring Chicken Maryland Cream Sauce Corn Fritters . Fresh Brussels Sprouts Fried , Sweet Potatoes r l Mm M at l u,h . bki m m. im i una -j-v- v "v".?. -..r.r. . .. . y.: . v h n jo . A ' w l aaaa i at J! rd. i ib . ', t vii -hd. v at i v nw" o.... -.j "-..i '...uvav., o .Vi'. n '.-Mr v .'. . w . .lV 'j . . .v. . var m nr- i mm m m ovf mM)r- $m$hiyi lfm um" ui,m Mir vs ?tjfeif cra I : : & 'XTs lURPNf BITES ; f mjm 'my' Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Monday for E, J. Murphy, veteran shoe man of Oakland, who died suddenly yesterday morning at the age of 68 years. He was a native of Sacramento and had lived in Oakland since 1884. He traveled for one of the large eastern shoe companies for many years and at one time ran a shoe store in Oakland. About a year ago he gave up his work as a traveling salesman and entered the employ of Gundlach's shoe store, on Thirteenth street. Murphy is survived by his widow, Sirs.-Ha tile E. Murphy, a daughter, Mrs. Ivah Murphy Frazer, a grand daughter, Jean Frazer and two sisters. Mrs. Joseph Byrne of Lark spur and Mrs. Charles L. Smith of Oakland. Murphy was a member of Alca- traz lodge of Masons. He was also a "member of the Knights of Pyth ias, and was a charter member of Court Advocate of the Foresters. The funeral services will be held under the auspices of Alcatraz lodge of Masons. Rev. Clarence Reed will officiate. Cremation will be at the Oakland crematorium. Candle Light Sermon Scheduled Tomorrou) SAN LEANDRO. Jan. 7. A can dle light sermon will be held at the Broadmoor Community.; church tomorrow ventogi-tarttrgat 7:4o, the Rev. E. T. Sherman has an nounced. Forty-five persons dressed in surplices will take part In the ceremonies. Mrs. E. B. Kienti w-ill tell an allegorical story of the candle taken from the tomb of Je sus. The Rev. Sherman will sing. "The Eternal Quest," will be the subject of the sermon In the morning. SUNDAY Bushman Heads Orpheum Bill Opening Today Screen Star to Appear .StageAct, 'Code of the Sea.' in The Orpheum has as its head- liner for the week starting today the well-known screen star, Francis X. Bushman, who returns to the speaking stage in a playlet entitled "Code of the Sea." Mel Klee is art outstanding laugh feature on the hill and will act as master of ceremonies for the entire show, as well as-putting on his own act. "Rhythmn and Melody" brings Nitza Vernille, a native of San Francisco and star in Zelgfeld's "Midnight Frolic," "The O'Brien Girl" and "The Greenwich Village Follies." The original English "Watch King," Gus Fowler, makes every sort of timepiece cavort In startling fashion. George O'Brien, Virginia Valll and J. Farrell MacDonald, have the leading roles in the photoplay feature, "Paid to Love." A viollniste with an extensive repertoire . of popular numbers Is "Pagana." A routine of difficult acrobatics presented with unusual grace is offered by Chevalier Brothers. for store office the -Convenient- CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB in town SAVINGS Vsr. NATIONAL BAN K FOURTEENTH BANK WIFE CHARGES FRAUD IN SUIT Another chapter In the marital difficulties of Marion Ezell, Oakland automotive supply dealer, is to be written in the superior court, when his wife Martha's cross complaint for divorce comes up for hearing in the court of Judge James G. Quinn. It was in Judge Quinn's court In February 1927 that Mrs. Ezell had her husband's interlocutory decree of September 1926 set aside pn the grounds of fraud, and now, in addition to this charge, which she terms a cruelty, she charges that her husband, ' through fraud and misrepresentation, persuaded her to sign away her rights to- $30,000 of their community property. The cross-complaint also sets forth that Ezell with his brother listed as John Doe Ezell succeeded in secreting $26,500 worth of property from the wife, so that she was deprived . of her community right to it and that other monies received for the sale of" the Ezelj Company and 301 shares in the Oak Knoll estates were also spirited away when she signed the property settlement. t Inspector's Widow Given Benefit Fund Police Inspector Timothy J. Flynn, representing the Widows' and Orphans' Aid association of the Oakland police department, presented to Mrs. W. J. Davis, widow of the slain police Inspector, a check for $2000 from the benefit fund of the, association. Funds of the association are raised by voluntary subscription of members of the ' police department, added to which are the proceeds of the annual policemen's ball. Mrs. Davis also will continue to draw. for the rest of her life one-half of the slain officer's salary as a pension from the city. KFUS-Oakland-256 Meters 8 to 9 p. m. Studio program and ehurch announcements. , and workers most A L When Georges Enesco, the fa mous Rumanian violinist-composer- conductor steps on th stage of the Auditorium theater, Oakland, next Tuesday night to resume the activi ties of the seckeis-uppenneimer management for the new year and to thrill the capacity crowd that will assemble to greet him. he will have as his musslcal background the entire San Francisco Symphony Orchestra of 100 players under the direction of Alfred Hertz, and a program that will live long In the musical memory of Eastbay audiences is sure to result No greater authority in his art exists today than Enesco, whose compositions rank him among the great-of all time, and whose virtuosity has stamped him as one of the foremost of present-day players; To hear so big a figure as Enesco play so great a work as the Mozart seventh concerto, under so skillful a baton as Hertz's, and supported' by so fine a body of men as the San Francisco players, alone is a treat of unusual worth, but In addition there will be the complete Brahms second sym phony, Saint-Saens glorious ' epio, "Phaeton" by the orchestral body, and a virtuoso group including Corelll's "Folies D'Espagne" and Ravel's "Tzigane" played by Enesco and Sanford Schlussel, his pianist. Truly a toothsome feast for those who attend, and, according to pres ent indications, as many will attend as . can comfortably squeeze into the theater. The inclusion of the two symphony programs on the popular Seckels-Oppenheimer series has proved a gratifying move to East bay music lovers, and the joining of Enesco as special feature to the first of these events has been a managerial master-stroke; Hertz's second program comes on January 31, when AVagner and Tschalkow- sky will be featured. DISTANT STATIONS Call Meters KOIN, Portland, 5-1 a. m 319 KO.MO, Seattle, 5-12:30 a. m 306 KFOA, Seattle, 6-11 p. m 448 KXX, Los Angeles, 7-12 a. in.... 337 KFI, Los Angeles, 6:30-2 a. m... 469 KHJ, Los Angeles, 6:30-10 p. m. 416 KFON. Long Beach, 5-12 p. m... 242 KGW, Portland, 6-12 p. m 492 KJR, Seattle, 6-12 p. m 349 I KYA San Fran. 309.1 Meter 1 5:30 to 7 p. m.--Golden Gate crier and others. 8 p. m. Studio program. 10 to 1 a. m. Goofy Bird Frollcc. NEW SHOW TODAY fin uu GIBSON FLASHY-GIBSON SPEED IW GIBSON PEP ifcT GIBSON THRILLS Lilt Performance Saturday Nifht of Jme Olaaion'i International Suooeas "IS ZAT SO" SUNDAY AFTERXOOX 1 Mw tnyitiy play, a detective malt-. drama of class and ponlter. A New York success. "SET A THIEF" (To caeh a thief) By Edward Z. Faramore Jr. Phone Luketlda 78 Today "tOTE MAKES 'EM WILD" tad "THE CUNOIMO VIME" Tomorrcnr 'TAINTING THE TOWS' and Art Youu'a "ALASKA IT ADVENTURES" Thrills, Fun Offered in Bill At Grand-Lake Dorothy Mackaill, Jack Mul-hall Are Stars in 'Man . Crazy. Dorothy Mackaill and Jack Mul- hall star In "Man Crazy." which opens at the Grand-Lake theater today. This story of modern New Eng land was adapted from the story by Grace Sartwell Mason, "Clarissa and the Post Road." The locale is the famous old Boston post road. scene of many exciting events In history. The picture abounds with thrills and mirth-provoking situations. It is a love story with a mystery thrown In for good measure. There's a West Coast presenta tion on the stage, starring the Sun-kist Beauties, assisted by Don Wil-kens and his band. A new comedy in "The Collegian" series, together with a news reel and organ recital by Iris Wilkens, complete the program. . TO-DAYon KLX OAKLAND TRIBUNE Oakland 508 Meters 10 to 11:30 a. m. Martha Lee home economics hour; musical features furnished by courtesy of Individual Retail Grocers. 11:30 to 1 p. m. Ennor trio, courtesy of Ennor Cafe and Bakery. 7 t 7:30 p. m. News reports. I KFWM-Oakland-236.1 Meters 8 to 10 p. m. Musical program. KPO San Fran. 422.3 Meteri 6 p. m. Children's hour. K 6 p. m. "Y Towne Cryer."f 6:30 to 7:30 p. m. KPO dance orchestra. 8 to 12 p. m. N. B. C. program. - KFWI San Fran267.7 Meters 5 p. m. Brunswick "Hall of Fame" concert. 5:30 p. ra. Construction "reports. 6 to 7 p. m. Dinner concert. 8 p. m. Gypsy trio and. others. s p. m. uance.muslc. .'.v.!-vr 10 p. m. Police reports. -t 10:03 to 12:30 a. m.-Surprise tg ception. y KFRC San Fran. 454.3 Meterf . 5:30 p. m. Mac and his gang. "6:20' p. m.-"Stsge and Screen"; police reports! "Lost and Found." 6:30 p. m.-Tfie Ceclllans, 8 p, tn.! Studio program. - 9 p. m. Balconades ballroom or- 10 to 12 p. m. KFRC dance orchestra. KGO Oakland 384.4 Meteri 6 p. m. Organ recital. 6:60 p. m. Weather and news. 7 p. m. Chat about new books. 7:15 p. m. Sport review. 8tp. m. R. C. A. hour. 9 p. m. Philep program. 10 p. m. N. B. C. program. 11 to 12 p. tn. Frank Ellis' dance orchestra? I KTAB Oakland 280.2 Meteri ii ! 6:30 p. m. "Who's Who" hour. 6:45 to 7:30 p. m. Shopping. 8 to 9 p. m. Mills-college hour. LOCAL TIME SCHEDULE 5:00 p. nv KYA, 6:S0 p. m.r -KPO, KFWI, KFRC, -KFRC, KPO. KTA.KFWI. KTAB. 6:00 p. m. KFRC, KPO, KYA, KFWI, KGO. :30 p. m. KFRC,KZM,KPO,KFWI, KGO, KYA. 7:00 p. m. KLX. KPO, KTAB, KZM, KYA, KFRC, KFWI, KGO. 7:30 p. m. DX period. 8 :00 p. m. K F RO, KPO, KFWI, KFWM,KFUS,KGO,KYA,KTAB. 8:30 p. m K F R C, KPO, KFWI, KFWM.KFUt,KGO,KYA,KTAB. 9;00 p. m. KFWM, KGO, KPO, KFRC, KFWI,, KYA. 9:80 p. m. KFWM, KGO, KPO, KFRC KFWI,, KYA. 10:00 p. m. KFO.KFRC. KGO.KFWL KYA. 10:80 p. ro-KPO,KFRC, KGO.KFWt KYA. 11:00 p. m. KFRC.KFWI, KGO.KPO, KYA. 11:03 p. m. KFRC.KFWI, KGO.KPO, KYA I2iand BROADWAY 4 NIGHTS, WED. MATINEE Starting, Monday, January 16 THE WOXDER SHOW CHAUVE-SOURIS Seat sala open next Monday nt Sherman, Clay & Co.'a Mail Orders IVorr. Prides $1.00 to $4.00, Plus Tax SB iff In REGINALD DENNY IN "OUT ALL NIGHT" FORD KIDDIES CONTINUOUS SHOW OLD HIDES TI IE FME Epic of American Navy Is Told in Films With Notable Cast. James Cruze's "Old Tronsldes" opens today at the West Coast American theater. The courage, the patriotism and the heroism of American sailors are graphically depicted In the picture. The direction is by James Cruze. who also made "The Covered, Wagon." The story Is by Lawrence Stallings, author of "What Price " Glory'.' and "The Big Parade," and the adaptation is by Harry Carr, dramatic critic. - The cast is headed by Esther Ralston, Charles Farrell, Wallace Beery, George Bancroft and Johnnie Walker. , Other film features and a thematic music score by John Colettl and his orchestra complete the attractive new program. LISTEN IN ENNORS KLX Luncheon Concert ENN0R3 Formerly - of Berkeley TO OPEN RESTAURANT and BAKERY 510 17th Street Pre-Openlng BANQUET Jan. 10th, 7 P. M. Make Reservations Phone .Oakland 1212 Special Program by KLX Entertainers CLUB ' Old Time and Modern Dances Tuesday Thursday Saturday and Sunday Nights ' Elmer Ohlsen's Orchestra ' -r Supervision of Genb Sweet 125 12TH ST.. LAST TIMES This Aft. and Eve. "What Price Glory" Private Classes Wireless Courses Western Radio Institute ! PETER B. KYNE'S "THE RAWHIDE KID" r3 st 1 I ft ' n a vi a Mr If 14 SHOWING 1 Roarin Red-Blooded Thrills iisiiiiijji SATURDAY ONLY "THE POOR NUT" With JACK MDLH ALL CHAKLIK Ml HIUY GLEN TRYOV : JANE. WINTON t BOBBIE VEflN ON. In "CRAZY TO FLY" LAST TIME TODAY FRED THOMPSON "JESSE JAMES'? ,t Uo Any Xiao 7 All leai

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