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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, November 04, 1929, Image 13

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Features From Footlights A nd Filmland 'HI William hfurlburl ’ sNew Comedy [Lewis Stone Plays “ Floriot ’ ’ BFI'IW n-AlDeC I Opens Tonight In New Rochelle The Husband in “ Madame X , | Ti , UESDAY I — ----- - I* --------- ST .... iWWPff? setUngs have bwn dealgned by »»»•\ ' Woodman Ttioeipeor . It wu direct- , brlty of screen and stage, od by W. P. Adami and Including | of thr moas Important rol Robert Warwick, the caat will con- ; career aa \Floriotthe tain: Oovtn Muir. Chartae Lalte. Jo- opposite Ruth Chafterton aapb Greene. Frederica Slemon*. Goldwyn-Ueyera all-taikli Dorothy Mortimer. Roar Hobart, j 11 ■ -■ - ----- Helen Joy and Owen DeLany. 'ear ' f it I \VAu* Vlclrta.\ or * ’ A Primer i 11/ l £ L for Lovers.\ Is the first play. In re- VV Tllflef Ul L cent aeaaona to have a double title. t , , f Its forepart. \Venue Vfdtrlx.\ la a nf ft jrcf 1/1 symbol of the victorious goddess of | \JI ' JU Love. Its latter part explains list u . 1. .. k Well, wrote “ B ‘ t Tima\ dialog > • no,h,r WMk - tnd for Its 0 W . * Jotaon brought hla friends lo hear , nun of socl- [ for Fox Movietone In which Lee , -Dixie Jaxx Band'] rho la purely Tracy and Mae Clark, well known i an g they. In turn. Induced others onsets with Broadway stars, are co-featured to go and hear It. The band be- ; wsysi-* “ ■» “ ■ ~ be elaborate I ber of the first Jaxx band aver or- , enoufh , ucky br#ak tor Lanfuid | ganlxed. It made Its Initial appear-1 anc j nis fellow muaiclana when Al ‘ | ante at the College Inn In Chicago Jolaon chanced to visit Reteenweb- II i rherv H tnu tolerated as * novelty. I er a a few hours before they ware nrrn)l but wh * n » reached New fork the I due to get the air. •*' * ~ i attraction was not so hot. \Big Time.\ which opens at , I The band secured an engagement Loew'e Strand Theater today. Is a nmpnt iat Releenweber's famous cafe In ; backstage aU talking drama that i ii nvi at New York and lb , rint oum- > embraces the elements of romance. ber. the manager wanted to throw j love, pathos and comedy. The story ddy's back- the musicians Into the street and surrounds a small time hoofer with ddy she can their Instruments after thorn. At an overdeveloped bump of egotism] the end of the week the manager | who learns a lesson In humility, where Nan- was determined to get rtd of them.) Josephine Dunn plays the •other' act with a but Al Jolaon saved the bacon. | girl who lures the hoofer away. j tiling climax Jolaon and some friends happen- j Daphne Pollard and 8lepln Fetchlt j r rifles blase ed In on the last day of the week | play the comedy roles. Kenneth I I bullets for and became enthusiastic over the Hawks directed while A- H. Van eed to have music. He convinced the manager Buren stage directing of this Wal- iraphlte ones that the band was a wow and the | lace Smith story- featured ali-talklog' picture. Para- AND FIVE BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS Election Day continuous-performance 2:00 to II P. M. Full and complete election returns will tjr given from stage. nion Leader Says Mainten ­ ance Work Sufficient to ' Keep Man Busy Most of the Time r oem ELECTION RETURNS ANNOUNCED FROM THE STAGE TUESDAY EVENING STAGE TUESDAY r — Tuesday — ■ Wednesday Matinee Wednesday herman gantvoort ’ ■' ” •' • pressure*' \f r ‘ 7 venus victrix Beginner Could Learn Golf Quickly If He Would Only Adhere to Pro ’ s Advice - By BOBBY JONES (Present Open Champion) County and president of Painters ’ Union Local 30. aa tbs rsault of Mayor Frederick C. McLaughlins letter In answer to Kelly's charges that the city was being unfair to unlor.labor In employing police and flremen to do this work In their Every so often we run across ona tnlne times out of ten as soon aa hi of those golfing prophets who '■ hits s few sour shots back he goes sdouta-lhe Idea of profeaslonal In-1 to the old manner of playing, pro- structlon and who brands Instruc- . nounclng lbs teaching unsound and tlvs' writing aa so much trash, the pro as Incompetent. He doesn't ■ “ How can we j stop lo think that no matter how know where the I sound the teaching, some part of left elbow U at a ) the result may sUIl hang upon a -certain point and! proper execution. To learn to play anyway all these golf requires patience and any sug- fellows who tsU geatlon entirely new lo the player us bow to play do | must be practiced long before It it differently, The can be effeelfce. The man on the only Important practice tee litnks of nothing but Using la to hit the of swinging correctly or as. he is ball end I am go- told. On the course, the r capo rul ­ ing to do that my billty grows, haxards disconcert own way.\ This him. end he allows his coneentra- for lovfers AUTOS STOLE Car Missing P m law at WIFE MISSING WiOiMi H. White, Ceierad, Say. His Wife Has Been Missing Siam Satarday William H. White, colored, ot *5 Mason street, reported to the po ­ lio* yesterday that hla wife. Angie, has been missing since Un. Sat ­ urday. The following description of the missing woman was given to the police: 8 feet. 1 Inches tall, weighs 190 pounds, long straight black william hutlbut robert Warwick and a distinguished cast. T\ fredcrica slemon* gavin mulr dorothy mortimer charles laite rose Hobart joseph grene ann mason gwen de lany a comedy of the smart set; exquisitely daring staged by w. p. adami; aetUngs by woodman thornpson Suicide* and Motor Car Fa ­ talities Lead Lilt, Accord ­ ing to Dr. Squire ’ * Re­ port For October Thursday — Friday—Saturday, Nov. 7, 8, 9 “ YOUR UNCLE DUDLEY ” A new Comedy Spic and Span vr • HOWARD LINDSAY and BERTRAND ROBINSON (Author* of tbo comody »ucce*» ‘ Tommy ” ) Hawks Prey on ftfceons WALTER CONNELLY St Mr*. JACQUES MARTIN f Anserine's Matt Dtstlngulsked Expeaeat of “ Old Lady\ Botan) Staged by THE AUTHORS Diroction A. L. ERLANGER ami GEORGE C. TYLER Apsong the localities where the deaths occurred. Mount Vsrnon led the other eUl.s and towns la the oounty with tlx recorded there. Yonkers was next with live and New Rochelle next with fpur. Tar- BOAT BUILDERS MLCA-lffi Holding Semis. Today Uader Directioa of £x- Cap'.ala of the Sea LOEWf /TATI WHITE PLAINS UJ 1 E 3 Off ROCHfg tuc at nr R-K-0 Keith-Albee TONIGHT AND TUESDAY \ ALL TALKING SMASH HIT ----- On tba Stago — Peter Higgins r 9 h i*»*5w>. Tr ^* ’ u ' “ **•* J I llusion ifeji| OUXLEJ -»U»0V- HE | ROGERS MAMCV . CARROLL^ '\ i Q,9ntmouu picture - and THE R-K-O ’ UANS Proaontiag ALL NEW STAGE REVJEW Including Frederick Sylvester AND HIS NEPHEWS Direct from the Music Halls of Europe AND RUTH FORD 5HADCOVA St WILSON and EIGHT TIP TOP DANCERS BARR St LA MARR

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