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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, June 22, 1929, Image 11

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9200 THE DAILY PRESS. WHITE PI AIN S. N. Y.. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1929 Lupc Velea, because of her train ­ ing u a dancer,- her distinctive beauty la admirably cast. In the opening 1 sequences of “Lady of the Pavements\ she appears is a girl of the cabarets and does a solo dance which la one of the mo.-t captivating sights this reviewer has seen on_ the screen. The dynamic energy and -Vivacity which were such a delightful feature of her *ork opposite \Douglas Fairbanks ns the Gaucho ” are here dlspliiye.1 with greater ease and assurance. In \Lady of the Pavements ” there la a long dramatic talklntLjequence produced under the moan modern The strange. Impenetrable mya- tery that envelopa the jungle region of Central Eaat Africa wan brought to the eyce and rata of the audi ­ ence at the Kclth'-Albee Theater this afternoon with the allowing of \A Dangerous Woman,\ a picture of the high 'standard which Para ­ mount has catnbUrticd In -the-mull- . I Clive Brook plays the representa- I tivc of Ids fatherland and Baela- novn is his Russian wife./ Nell Hamilton la cast In the role of Brood's .brother who la ensnared by the fomantlc wiles of hla comely ; alster-in-law, and Leslie Fenton la ■ another Britisher who.succumbs to tjie witchery of this man-hunting | d \A DANGEROUS — WOMAHVJ nallve\-under the Influence of Af ­ rica ’ s mvstlc jungle enchantment. The sparkling comedy parts arc .provided by Sn(tz Edwards ns a native Negro chlaftaln and Clyde I Cook as the,. faithful -Cockney ser ­ vant to Brook. These men are old- time favorites In humorous pre ­ tending. Through the-focus of tills tYeal- littlc jungle panm^lrm Ihe audience beholds a rugged plot. Incompara ­ ble acting and free-flowing tamr idy. The locale of the picture la a British,outpost set .In the Jungje country near a Negro tribal village. BACLANOVA CLIVE BBOOK *-<l.n*r*l Klwlrtc Orchwir Or« Bor* and <llrl* l-H Clu *r». Mr*. Herbert llnoter. : Usrtoirton. Isabel Beeler. IF* the red wagons lliat'a the, question of the hour In White Plains.\ at lenst for th\ small boys j of six. as well as for llinse of six- ! t*\ The billboards, barns and dead ! walla are announcing with all the fluency of pictorial art the com- . ing of the Gentry Bros Shows And already preparations are being made for the one big holiday event of the year., acknowledged to be better than Christmas and the Fourth of July put together — clr-1 cus day. About the time thf-milk- ' man is making hla rounds on the morning of June 24, the first of the two Ionia, trains of cars will he coming, slowly pulling Into the railroad yards. Much Is promised by Gentry Bros. Thin season. The show han grown and prospered flir almost half a century - - to lie exnct. 4(1 years. Eiiropeun agent* have sack ­ ed tho Old World In a quest of novelties. The question of salary ; was not considered for the partic- ! ular novel and hazardous act. ! There are over 100 artists who take i part In the big show program. New ‘ act* and faces will tend to sradl- ! cate the fallacy that nil \show*\ j are alike Among the features will ; be the Flying Jordans: the Mas- : well Trio, gymnasts: the Florence I family of riders: the JJcLong Sis-1 ters. acrobats: Arthur Rorella, the highest salaried clown In the An immense street paradiv will be seen on the downtown streets' n( noon on show day. These will he upwards of five hands ojt mu ­ sic and scores of allegorical tub- teaus. Miere will he performances at 2 and R p m. The doors open ­ ing an hour earlier. Merchants and others are preparing for on* of the largest crowds In town on show day In years. Th* Rev Daniel R. Kennedy, jr will'be the preacher . tomorrow at the morning services at the Chat-_. tertnn Hill Congregational Church, i The services, which\will start at 11 ! o'clock will be conducted by thr j Rev. C. Sumner Osgood, pastor of the church. The Rev Mr Kennedy. :om Spffleld. CoML. af note and hla pras- ' a' the local church Is antltsi- 1 with much interest by the \ONRAD NAGEL . LOIS WILSON Comedy Ferial l«™'. Arthur T. Wlbom A Associates report the sale of a ne.w English home, nn Acqueduet road. Senrs- dale. to William E »etjcn. of How ­ ard avenue. White Plains, who will Mr. Detjnn ts Whlttenauer A -president of A. , New York and of White Plains Serial* Final Reckoning No. 9 K i dna pped — Cartoon APPOINTMENT CONFIRM El Confirmation of the appointment of William A. Wackwltz as Assist ­ ant postmaster of the White Plains post oljtro has been received from Phone 3416 or 2422 Features From Footlights Ajid Filmland Lupe Velez Has Leading Role J^ady of the Pavement ’ ’ at Slate conditions. The dialogue between the heroine and several other player's, lutpo Velex sings th* Irving Berlin them* song ’ Where I* 'the Fong of Songs for M< \ at three different climaxes during ui* story. She also sings “ A* Qus Vsr ” (.At the Dance) and \Nena.\ lab numbers which were featured In this country by ftaquel Metier. The synchronlsnl score for the production Is by Hugo Rtesenfrld. . “ Lady of the Pavements\ is « supi-rb photoplay which no follower of the best movies can afford to miss. ’ It Is P. W. Griffith at his bent. See It «t Loews State, start- londay. ^ LOEW ’ S STATE MONDAY - TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY Realistic jurfgle Panorama In ‘ A DangerousWoman ’ at Keith ’ s AND FIVE BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS ■FEA TVRING VIRGINIA RUCKER & CO. in “ HOMEWARD BOUND\ A MCSICAI. COMEDY,REVVE WITH A ( ANT OF “ IX SUNDAY TWO BJG FEATURES - CONTINUOUS Dolores Del R : o in “ THE RED DANCE ’ Barbara Bradford in ‘ Brothers ” LAST TIMES TODAY Monte Bine in “ CQNDIJEST ” miH-ALBEE 620C 4. THE PERFECT PLAYHOUSE Sound Bring* Another Broadway Stage Suprise! Coincident with the Inauguration of Our Summer Policy TODAY of** 1 He begin the Vltra-modrrnlstlr entertainment program by presenting KEN KENMORE The Master of Ceremonies wml A NEWLY AUGMENTED STAGE BAND Composed, of Inimitable Entertainers IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE 100 PERCENT SENSATIONAL TALKIE AND A STAGE RESENTATION CONSISTING OF RADIO- KEITH-O RHEUM HEADLINERS Artists, Clowns and Horses Here On Monday With Circu A 100 PER CENT TALKING DRAMA and nvE big V audeville acts Rev. D. R. Kennedy Preaches at Chatterton s^SIIWD LUNA C S2L» longacre aa ZJt&s: ss rrli L LAtVkENCE WEBER, presents “ NICE WOMEN\ r 001 - . I with Robert WARWICK and ;•* an Tau ! s Sylvia SIDNEY I .ANT TIMES TODAY PARK FREE KID GLOVES BROADWAY^ -* GLOBE TJrtri^uiuF ” : Sunday. June 23 (Continuous! TOM MIX in \DiCK TURPIN\ BOB CUSTER ia ‘LAW OF THE MOUNTED 1 THE BLACK WATCH Ktalurln* VICTOR MrlJOtr. Illrerlrd a* JOHN rORII GAIETY ^ GEO. M. rhea. Stray A 42d SL cohan sa MTaSSta \* \TIRED” A SPAItKl.INO NEW COMEDY Sunday School \ Closes for Summer Uniterm's Day at Chatterton Hill, last Sunday, concludrtl the Sunday, School church »e»lon* for lh» sum ­ mer. Church services will continue regularly during the summer, at II racb Sunday, but there will be no more Sunday School session* until Ihe autumn lion.. 'Die*.. June 24-M CHESTER CONKLIN LOUISE FAZENDA 'The'Ho'usi of Horrors\ It ’ * spooky and Funny [he Treasury Department according ro announcement made this morn ­ ing by Postmaster.-LeRoy Smith. Mr. Wackwltz wan appointed late in May to succeed the late William Illff who died suddenly ’ earlier In that month. Advertise Your Wants In the Classl fled Columns of The l)nlly Press L See thek$eautiful Kensico Dam and Aenator WILN0 WILN0 2 WEEKS OMM. SUN. PLAY AT PLAYLAND Ait NY 2 WEEKS COMM, sur JULY 7th The Human Proiectilc . JULY 7th White Plains-PleasantviUe Buses Busses Puss Through Valhalla — Kentico — Hawthorne — Thorn wood Coach.-. For All Special Occasions Schoolmates Play In “ House of Horror Lawrence C. Brennan, Jr. It la not often that chllhood am ­ bitions of two persons materialize, and -»tm less orten that they * are realized -in the startling way expet - ier.ced by two young Qlm folks. Jama Ford and Thelma Todd leading man and leading woman In \The Mouse of Horrar.\ which Is coming to L&ew ’ s Strand Theat*.- June 24-23. were schoolmates au I boy-and-girl sweethearts In Lsw- rence. Mn.*.» They both declared that they were going some day. to become film players. And they promised thst they woula play.cp- June24th MANHATTAN SYMPHONY MONDAY ORCHESTRA TWO — CONCERTS — TWO TICKETS ON SALE Hunt ’ s Music Store — Show Day Only Henileo Avenue at Brockway place Sunday, June 2Jrd k EAD the daily press want ads • n DR. HENRY HADLEY 9 D 3 ** Conductor O » • Bli POP —Unappreciated Generosity By J. MILLAR WATT HZCE. YOU AttJL : OONT CAV ANV more !! 50 IT WA5 YOU/ You W.CXCD OLO I MAN . READ THE DAILY PRESS WANT ADS

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