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i tzl t, .th Jones in pro-
t fii"t:.ii roles, onens
Y f -treat starting ban-1
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y t" -;XCM sxaraus a an-1
t : iramount xaeatre. Jiernie, tne "oia jnaeswo, v mscov
L; e f.sy, as the title infiioat-.ers (Eanone Simon) a great sing-
s tie adventures oi . tae.er. jub asu i iu xuvueu.
; te of a small American! America's one-man newspaper, to
1 u'jii awarded
o is awarded a scholar
, p t j C . ord. Eobert Taylor en
u t"se title role. Haureen O'Sul-
. tm . 11
is seen as tne ningusa kui
o ' r.-,n iia m--t at til a nnivemtv.
; Jones plays her brother,
Vivien Lea is the flirtatious
wle of an Oxford bookseller, who
becomes involved with the under-
--.-abt;s. Lionel Barrymore plays
Iue American latner ; wno nai reveals tne pun to wincneu. ins
made many sacrifices to send his mayed at having been taken in,
boy to Oxford, and who comes to Winchell plans a four-star venge-
see him stroke , tne uxiora ooat anoe upon his favorite enemy, ue
victory over Cambridge, only to'venea bv ' any'" other man ' is
discover that his son has - been
"sent aown." . i . , I
The pioture's Oxford sequences
were filmed against authentic
back-erounds in Eneland. - Jack
Conway, of "Tale of Two Cities'f.
WAKOCA WALLACE ,
'HOLLYWOOD HOTEI' ,
AT WANOCA,. .;a;
' Everyeni) In the TJnited States
possessed of a radio has undoubt
edly heard fha big weekly broad
cast called "Hollywood CoH"
snnnosedlv originating from an im-
mense and luxurious hostelry in hai,' the action romance opening
the capital of I ilmland, which has Tuesday at the Duplin Theatre. -been
the most popular air pro- daughter of Shanghai is a
gram for the 11 three je-. Ifratk portrayal of the racket as it
And now "KuUvwood EoteLT . eal ns.anan ann tw
in thefcrm of a musical ray.
is opmiM to the Wanoca Theatre
next iTiday a presentation
from Warner Bros. It is not mere-
ly an episode entertainment, like
its namesake of the- ether-waves,
but a fullv-rlotted dramatis show
with star-studded oast.
Dick Powell has the most im
portant part-that of a young
crooner who comes to Hollywood
with promises of a movie Job, and
ets into all sorts of difficulties
efore he wins success,' -
mary, hae tn jading xeminine
Wu xam sisters, Mia ana uose-
roles. the former as a tempera
mental movie star who refuses to
appear a a premiere, ana tne lat
ter as a totally obscure hotel work
er" who takes Lola's place on the
Farsen, famed dramatic
critic and originator of the
'Hollywood Hot4" ajr show plays
herself In the picture, acting as
mistreat of ceremonies and intro
ducing a great nnmbw of stars to
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l II eatre
i ;yri for next week's
-.uit. You will want to
i 1 1 -r.zt several evenings dur-1
i ; 1 1 v"".k for your choice of i ed etr;ioyment since December 81
t..i r..v-lid pictures the Duplin! 183, and prior to reaching as
has to oifer you. . i r , . '69, according to Stacey W. wade
1 1 : J manager of the Xaleigh Field , Of
t v"".k for your chmce of
rring'FOa 1I2N2AY EVENING .
At least part oi tne news aoout
"Love and losses" ought to be on
rage One as an extra. "Simone
Simon sings I And how the glori
ous glamor girl sings! ,
ine story teiis us mat aen
build hen P in . nis column, win
chell turns tne Dana leaaer aown,
as should be expected, so Bernie
schemes a plot Adopting an exot-
lo masauerade. Simone lets winch-
ell "discover" her himself, and
the columnist shower reams of
publicity upon her. - ' s , , t
j Just before Bernie's new club is
'to open, with Simone as star, she
tweet, but by winchell it's hflari
The climax brines the two feud
ists together at the opening of
Berne's club, featuring their co-
iHaAAirami fitrniAflA : : aiTtonTIO- k f ni
I them both. The ending is happy,
T . . jl-S. .1. XI.- -
even tnougn toe .uuvq ; nj uc
MAE WONG- d '"
"BAUGHTEE OF SHANGHAI"
ON TULSDAX'8 BILL s.
"The world's most Inhuman
rackef'the -smuggling, of aliens
into the United States-- jprovides
WQ plot jor - iiauguwr ui oiuwg'
''transfer points" and "depots."
fa Ut 8to which WM directed
Eobert orey Me Wong(
j' ut. f. . naitt mrr.iiHtit
wnf Wfti killed when he refused
to have any part in the racket,
undertakes to get tne gooa on tne
band. She is assisted by Philip
Ahn a brilliant young Chinese ac
tor who plays the role of a Feder
al agent. t ,. - t
T11JSW FSATUEES ) '
i 08. WEDNESDAY
; "Youte Only Young Once." dra
maijiging u9 oxcwj yvMv
that face the father of an Ameri
can family, it billed with "Serge
ant Kurphy," a delightful movie,
of a horse and the army with the
, 9. Cavalry service as tne dbck-
? round, Lewis Stone, . Cecillia
arker and Mickey Eooney, pro
mise a sure-fire nioture in "You're
Uniy xoung unce." i,ne stars oi
"Oergeani aiurpny, are avuhiu
Reagan, JIary Maguire, Donald
Wispy, ana or course tne none,
"WELLS FARGO" FOR
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
'.Thn historic Wells Fargo Trail'
the lane which connected St.
Louis with San Francisco in ear
ly, gold daysand the men who
made and maintained it in , the
face of Indians, bandits, and Na
ture, forms the . dramatio back-
I ground for "Wells Fargo," the mo-
IuOn pivtluc WIUUU wpcua. AUIUBT
Hnv at the Dunlin Theatre. '
1 Called by some "The Lifeline of
M Empire" because of the important
nart it nlaved in welding toeeth
er the snrawlinsr nation as it exist
ed in isou-70, m iwry tne
Wells Fargo Trail U one of the
most dramatio and romantic in
American history. '
The task of planning and open
ing the trails is handled in the
picture by Joel MoCrea. A man of
J vision and courage,: he is forced
I tit laaint hi TDifB nlavAfl hv KTHTin
i es Dee, as the trail takes him far
, ther and farther West. Unable to
nnaerstana ner nnsoana, a oo
' . curs. There are patch-ups and te-
conciliation but as time goes on
:the story traces the . fortunes of
'the famuy for two generations
a break finally ocours.
The climax is reached after the
War Between the States when Mc
Crea and Mist Dee are brought to
gether again by their children
now grown to young manhood and
The brilliant supporting cast
f "Wells Far-o" is headed by
b r-"T!s in his first "straight"
. e i i.i the tr."t of over
Employes who have Faciei
65 since Jar.s.ry 1, llll, aid
who have earned wp ,;os in "(Hatr
ed employauent" s lie tl"t t s
should report suta f ct to tie
Social Security Eoatd I.ili Cfioe.
118 1-2 Foulh Luxury Street,
Ealc"'h, H. C. Such workers are
entitled to 8 1-2 percent of the.
w?ca v.Uuh they earned in cover-
ted etrrloyment since December 31,
set of the Haleign Held . m-
fice which serves this county. An
employee-does not have to .stop;
work in order to receive a lump-
sum payment, "vovered . employ
ment," generally speaking, means
employment in commerce and in- ,
dustry. , -
A ' lump-sum vayment is now
due the estate or relatives of a
worker who has died since Decern
ber 31, 1936, provided the deceas
ed worker was paid wages in cov
ered employment after . December
31, 1938, and before he reached
Employers must notify the Bur
eau of Internal Eevenue on Form
SS-3 within 15 days after the em-
Sloyee reaches the age of 65, or
ies. At the same time, in order
to assist the employee or jus fam
ily, the employer is urged to file
Form OAC-1001, "Statement of
Employer,'' with the Ealeigh of
fice. . . .
At the present time there are
number of persons eligible for
lump-sum old-age- insurance pay
ments, who have received no mon
ey because they have not yet filed
claims applications. Some are:
warn earners who have become 65
years of age since January 1, 1937, 1
and others are the next of kin of !
sarv claims forms can be secured
from the Ealeigh Field Office of
the Social security Board.
NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE
North Carolina, Duplin County
. In the Superior Court'-' '
ATTIE BOEDEAUX CARE
JESSE W.' FUSSELL ' . '; -.
. v By virtue of an execution " di
rected to the undersigned from the
Superior Court of Duplin County
in the above entitled action,' I will
on Monday, April 4th 1938, at one
l&Ii)AY AND SAl'OADAY
hit beitl And
irreiliUble In her I
Even a butter gets to like
Nice things, and she's so
very . . ; very . ; . nice . . . I
SUN. MON. TUE.
- 28th 1st 2nd
u A Yank at
V, With. .'";.
Lionel Barrymore, Maureen
. O'Sullivan, Vivien Leigh and
Edmund Leigh.' , ' '
" "Cne TIZlj, Er-i Tty
... s j . , uie
1 i . 3 i i Jesse
-, v. e u.Min.jst, has in
i.e x.i, -j lanos, to-witi -
r r' " J at a stake at ; the
font of tie 11 in J. J. Wells line
ar 1 runs tlenoe north 33 east 44
ro to small red oak: thn-
south S3 east 8 poles to a stike,
J. J. Teachey'a corner; thnce
north X7 east S3 poles to a stake;
thence south 69 east 90 poles to a
pne; soci S3 west 141 poles to a
wa at the main road; thence
with the road to the .beginning,
containing 74 acres, more or less.
WALLACE, North Carolina
Program Wedc of February 2Sth::
MONDAY, FEBEUAEY 2JTH ;;
: "Hollywood Hotel"
( Starring Sick POWELL, Rosemary LANE, Hugh HERBERT,
Benny GOODMAW and HIS SWING BAND - ... ,
-HJESDAY, MARCH 1ST it
Real Treat in a Picture aiidi
RoadShow ; -
' ON STAGE MACK LUNSFORD," RADIO'S ORIGINAL
SINGING COWBOY WITH THE FAMOUS "TEXAS -
.. RAM GIRLS,' DIRECT FROM THE ,
. TEXAS 'CENTENNIAL . 1
OM THE SCREEN "START CHEERING," '
" PRICE 10-25 ALL TUESDAY
WEUNKDAY, MARCH 2ND, WISH NTIfi 50 OR MORE ::
DOURLX FEATURE : : . .,,..,
"Scandal Street 99
With Lew AYERS, Roscoe EARNS
u A Girl With Ideas
With Wendy BARRIE, and Walter PIDGEON
THURSDAY, MARCH 3RD :t '
Starring Sonja HENIE, Don awttttv.
FRIDAY, MARCH 4TH, ::
" The Baroness and the Butler 99
' Starrincr William POWTtT.T. awwut?.tt
SATURDAY, MARCH 5TH :: -fl
. , GENE AUTRY IN :
" Public CoWboy No. 1 99
, SATURDAY NIGHT OWL SHOW, : ;
" Blondes at Work 99
With Glenda FARSELL and Barton MacLANE , ,
. 1EXT WEEK; "Gold Is Where You Find It," "Everybody
Si'v"R(mianoe in the Dark," "Met My Love Again." , -t
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: 1: S 111 Warsaw n.c y j
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2ETH ;.
"Love and Hisses''
Starring Walter WINCHELL,
TUESDAY, MARCH 1ST. : :
"Daughter of Shanghai "
Starring Anna Mae WONG, Phillip AHN, Larry CRABBE "
WEDNESDAY, MARCH tND DOUBLE FEATURE,-, f
? You're Only
Starring Lewis STONE, Cecillia PARKER, Mickey ROONEY
- ocrjjtuit murpny . - -; y ,
Starring Mary MAGUIgS, Donald CRISP,-Ronald REAGAN
THURSDAY ft FRIDAY, MARCH 3d and 4th i : ; , 1 ,-
Starring Joel McRSA,
SATURDAY, MARCH 5TH
COSSTG ATTRACTIONS.: '"The Awful Truth," 'T.
Room IS," , "Tovarioh,"
BLenTf of I ,
6t. to Kar. 81. A J. 2.
Sew York,Tair Is
; Non-Profit Concern '
Hew York The Eew Yo.l
World's lair CooneratiAn i
non-for-profit organisation and to
uuwe. certain tnat no balance re-
' xcm'ILt when the Fair is over. I
of the net receipts wj
oe set aside-to m mwnt- :
city park which will occupy the
Fair site later., . ',. , ....
of February 28th
Simone SIMON, Ben BERNIE1
Young Once "
Bob BURNS, Frances DEE
DOUBLE FEATURE. 'V'
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