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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - December 30, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia 3 sessions i q by it Tel. Cent. 4455b m e9b Ujj remember i evry ii cm., 2 . � 3 � n i. A-3 Rny Oleti new year s eve ? join the revels at the Rex i sunday evening i a a musical promenade concert Jack Fewster s i by orchestra the Rex theatre Balcony from 9 i . Till Midnight. ? i special Midnight gala show Doo reopen 12.5 commences 12.30 . Re Babel up 7 Al George Burns a 9 Sooil live a lifetime of thrills la tee radio no Jap pc i eleven souls flambe Avail Khz Sam Ness. Mirth and Beauty Haas if .3� Al j this week ? for one week Only classified advertisements rate without display 6d. Per line. Vav il72 two More insertions without Altera m k m feb a a feet ton. 5d. Par line. A to by j ? professional engagements j ? now at ii. 2. 8 a-l8 a a Gorc to 2nd laughter get Zoub room papered by the Harrr packed Lyons Quality paperhangers Ana week my men. Today sign Riik. Kub Wiiiiam to of . Co fences Luuwai out it your How to quietly m i. L at Adelaide 8 Healthiest and ? miscellaneous ? naturally coolest theatre Muj Olumi visitors am be silents ? ? re adv bed that the Herald the Australia s first modern weekly times us the sporting Globe Sci. Comedy set to merry music be obtained from All leading newsagent with a laugh every note from advertiser a Wop Ltd. Adelaide featuring Cecil Kelleway and a gift Star ? wanted known ? cast. Cd Wing machines m m a ruled. Ger Iii the hayseed so repairer of til makes is years Werthem m. A Judi Kyj workshops 14 North Terrace Hackney ent til the i tvhinv7 Quirim hinted phone f 6169 ? us Mhz 1 j 1uw3n wanted of buy lavish supporting programme. Of Rrt so com. Saturday next ? persons wanted ? West s take pleasure presenting to papa blk representatives wanted for the Sale Adelaide for the first time Australia a of. State loan Premium Bonds Laree pre s35i2i2� Monma allotted yearly. Capital interest and -�8k3u9fi2v premiums guaranteed by the government y58?mwfbtr7tffTeffffas monthly income 200 dollars and More con a genial occupation spare time employment a fluff jct la la by ply to . Anvers Public Taa. Be part stay curse a ism Hhd Catherine 76. Antwerp Belgium. M Magra Spraj to ? a Day Marine is of fwd new year s Day a Kip. A to Bluto a. I him Huml Varatta us . Quorn lure at 8 we Eva Bop from port Adelaide Fob Edith m0xv?hip Burgh. . Tandra leaves Queen s i a a sgt wharf at 9 . Return Tare. 5/. Z ?w�i%3%. Fob Post Vincent. . A Drawee 1 j Imp ? Al v leaves Queen s wharf 9 . Return fare 5/ Elm to my a Post Adelaide to of Jit a ? Skoorka Leares Queen s wharf 8.30 . Off of the fare 1/6. Vessel will trips from denote _ _e2laj�te bora.10 Eia jetty during Day band Board. Vhf so vol of of set % civic i Guf so i with ? to my. Ull opera Aniio / Helen Hayes. Robert Montgomery 58h�v\ \ Canp-5tu Yvo see the de Lux Preseau Jiuu i tile irresistible Romantz. Paddy the ? Ven Best thine at b Lyts Regent. Australia s coolest theatre a. Where a Modem �15.000 Cooling installation gives the air the a indigo Raupp freshness of a sea Breeze and maintains a perfect ? mar Utt of 74 degrees the hottest summer Day night 1 i age so -lsb3bbkskstbasijl�aa�c%issr Walter calf tax two ssh Pitts Todd comedy Olsen big j _. Continue Auto daily. Ii a to ii of 4 of luxe Sesions. Com at pc ii 2 . 5 . 8 . 1.500 seats at 1/ plus tax at All � matinees. M Wuu Niu Tiit 8�t� i Uuk Uia butt i ii it ii i i now showing f w a win us of Cool la j 4t Adelaide s i / 1 All a -��-n00 cubic Fet old coolest theatre. Q it i j i curated 0 Terri ghost 1 i above 73 degrees sss9sb-bf minute i Ramon Novarro Myrna Loy. a mew1 l plus Warren William As the mind Reader York news of the world and silly symphony cartoon. Attus i i r ii it i to text � i t t t ii tit it a Yaffim a Majestic theatre now Volm cad had by by Jleah i Cak Nayif a Tanne Crey 1934 big year for films and fans English and local films should make new records with 1934 Only a Day Atway the new year of films looks very Bright. English films with one record breaker already booming and another sold throughout the world Market appear to be a Likely world Power. Australian production will be increased by several Hundred per cent., film material will be More solid everywhere and Star Power will be definitely heightened. It looks like a Happy new year for everybody the film Industry particularly to customers. Ryphe British business of making Pic Tures has shown astounding and Vance. From producing comedies with a wide Empire Appeal it has progressed 12 months to the private life of Henry viii., which has proved a record breaker America and a the continent and to jew sub which was sold to the world Market before the buyers had even seen it. This is the first time that the world buyers have taken such a Chance a British made picture. It would be Ostrich like to dept that the inter play of stare belong ring to British. Continental and american studios has had anything to do with this. the contrary one of the big Gest British studios is so satisfied that a few Continental and american faces their casts do More Pood than harm that it has announced that 1934 will see even More imported players British pictures. After All. The British Industry loses no Money by this process and there is always room for the capable British artist. the other hand America has shown its share of the newly born International spirit by taking Over for a time two of the brightest Bri Tish stars Madeline Carroll and Jessie Matthews. Another Bur British made feature which will be seen Adelaide during 1934 red Walton written by lady Eleanor Smith. Never have British stare British films been at such a Premium As they Are now. Clashes expected there May be some clashing Between the rival film forces of the old and new worlds. For instance Marlene Dietrich is Busy making her regiment of Lowers Catherine the great America while a British concern is just As Bucu making Catherine England. The future is particularly Rosy for australian films. From being almost moribund they close 1933 with Sinai Ter a daughter making Box office records and our selection still dome satisfactory rounds. Effete has ambitious plans for players of inter National experience and Cine sound has announced that it will spend four times As much its 1934 films a it did selection the Day seems not far Distant when Australia will be a serious competitor the world markets. There is no doubt that the films of 1934, from the viewpoint of the audience will be More solid than they have been for Many years. Advance production schedules All indicate this. Little women and tale of two cities both scheduled for Early View ing will be a big departure from the tinsel and Wisecrack epics of the past season. Dramas popular drama seems to be the keynote of most of the big coming productions and experienced stage stars Are announced the cast of most of them. The Day of the Gingham and dimples miss seems to have gone forever. Sophistication is definitely with stars such As Mae West and Katharine Hepburn the american Vanguard and Noel Coward and Michael Arlen waiting scenarios. From a technical viewpoint the new color processes will be the most interest ing development of 1934. Britain has perfected Oue with the courtault Mil Lions behind it. And America has another the Market with the Whitney Mil Lions behind h. What will this har Vest be wrapped cellophane. of the pretty dancers International house13 Ai the Rex theatre. Peggy Hopkins Joyce is the Star. The Joyce is the Chevalier next saturday Maurice Chevalier the parisian stage Star who Earp talkies a ctr idol will be the eur sect of Rte film Star surm Lemont the City edition of the news next saturday. No Star has Popularised More bodies. riven mor a Raieta to he screen. Yet he had hard Ife that began the slums of Paris. He was appearing the lesser music Halls when he was his Early teens and he was a Star at the Casino de Paris with me Tonguett whose Dancin partner a was for several seasons. He saw War service. Anh was m the trenches for the thick of the Fier Tinc. His photograph a Tomcal Chevalier attitude will a repro Ducer Fine Art paper the cite edition of the news nest sati Irav. I Misiun Hmidi ii Iii i tons of make up the hardest Job Ever Given to the Paramount make up department was to transform Fredric March from . Jekyll to . Hyde of the head of the depart ment . W. Westmore revealed. Every Day March had to sit from three i to four hours to be made up for the role. Other statistics garnered by Westmore show the enormous Quantity of work done one film studio one year. Last year 5,475 men women and Chil Dren were made up. They used More than 500 Gallons of liquid make up More than 10.000 tubes of grease paint 500 1b. Of powder almost 1,000 jars of lipstick More than 30 dozen Eyebrow pencils 500 jars of Eye Shadow and enough Mascara Eye Black to paint the entire studio. Garbo nervous Garbo showed a hint of nervousness when she began work Queen Christina with John Gilbert recently. This Wae her first production since her return from Sweden and for the first time her. Career she made preliminary Teste of herself the Ela borate costumes and quaint headdresses she will Wear As the Queen. She reported at. The studio hours Ait i of scheduled tune Wear inst White Slak Anil a Tennis sweater. She deemed Hijii spirits and was eager to begin actual production Bull goes Back full Montana the ii Borey Man who recently had a Roi very Euc a awful season As a wrestler Aub . Lias gone Back to dims. He is a addition to the of the new James l Mcney -iruii1 the Finger Man among the principals air Clarke Leslie Fen ton Margaret Lindsay and Raymond Hatton. Leap year Tom Walls owner of English Derby Winner is the hero of the British corned at the Majestic. This is a Cha act Ristic Walls expression. English is the hero British at the a Cha act Ristic expression. Week s broadcasting programmes \ sunday 5cl and 5ck. 10.35 music. 11 service from Maugnan methodist Church. 12 15 music. I close. 2 feature recital. 3 concert from Central Mission. 4.30 music. 5.30 close. 6 birthday greetings. 6.10 children s song and store session from 5cl music from 5ck 7 service from st Peter s Cathedral. 8.15 four act opera. 1 Boheme featuring Millie Hughes Violet Rogers Lionello Cecil Franco Izal Walter Kingsley. Rowcli Bryden and Reginald Houd. 10.15 news weather. 10.20 music. 10 30 National Roll Call the governor general sir Isaac Isaacs will speak trom Canberra followed of messages direct from Perth Ade Laide Melbourne. Hobart. Sydney and Bris Bane. U.24 King out. Wild Bells 11.3 1 special message from the chairman of the australian broadcasting commission Charles Lloyd Jones. 11.37 new year Greet Ings from the Adelaide studio. 11.42 music. 12 the birth of 1934. Special messages. Auld Lang syne. 12.10 close. 5 and and 5pl 5.30 children s choral service. 6 music. 7 Church of the air 7.30 music. 9.40 news weather. 9.50 epilogue. 3lo. 8 chamber music recital by Raymond Lambert piano edouard Lambert violin. Al lord Mack cell and Howard Andrews baritone. 9.20 news. 9.30 special Carol programme from mor Diallo. 9.45 epilogue. 10 close. Monday 5cl and 5ck- 7.30 news. 7.40 music. 8 reports. 8.10 music 8.30 i Osic. 13 music. 12 Silvius selections and ton acceptances. 12.10 news. 12. 1j description of Cricket match Between Victoria and South Australia. 12.45 news. 12.50 wac. Her. I during the afternoon descriptions of it Victoria South Australia match interspersed wits running desc prions of the races at mor Phet Tville by Arnold Treloar. Of Lennington acc results. Great Britain Australia Tennis test e suits and musical numbers. 5.30 close. 6 child Len s session. 0.20 birthday ?e. 6 22 music. 6.40 Cricket resume. 6 55 music. 7 news. 7.5 sporting results. 7.15 australian boys club session conducted Nybert and Vic Coombe. P. So a pro gramme of modern dance music. 10.15 news. Wort inc 10.20 dance music. 11.30 com 5a1� and 5pi. 7 ? news reports 7 10 music. 8.30 close. 10 news. 10.5 12.30 reports. 1 j music. 3 music. 5 club. 6 music 7.50 news. S dance music. I j news weather -5 i dance music 9.50 sews. 10 l Anee mus c 11 close. 3lo. 7.30 Vaude i Ville featuring two ballade is Norm. Bland Altre 1 Frith tul Black Sej sundowners llnanc1. De Sylva i is j Imp and her Poppa and it you and West radians. F.40 inner lilt. 8.50 the Blin i f i Iran operetta one act. 9.20 incur j de. S.25 orchestra and choral a ctn by he a. . Concert and the Wir i torus. 10 weather 10.7 Dauyn music. 11 close. Alfred frit Frith tuesday 5cl and 5ck. 7.3u news. 7.40 music pc reports. 8.10 music. S.30 close. 11 broadcast service. 11.15 music. 12.5 Nowd. I2.15 description of Cricket match of twp Victoria and South Australia. 12.45 Muse. 12.50 weather. 1 music. 2 close. 3 Cricket. 3.30 music. 4.30 Cricket. 5 0 close. 6 children s session. 6.20 birth Day league. 6.22 music. 6.40 Cricket resume. 7 news. 7.5 sporting 10 music 7 15 . Session. Speaker . A. H Brukman. 7 25 music. 8 songs from the shows a programme of tunes from English . Comedies arranged by the British Bradica to corporation 9 a Brahms Wolf recital i Madame Alice Orff sols her operatic Soprano and Lorna Tresl pianist. 9.40 miniature vaudeville novelties 10.15 news weat Ier 10.20 dance music. 11 close. 5ad and 5p1. 7 news reports. 7 10 music. 7.30- close. 10 news. 10.5 music ii Home Circle club h.30 music 12.30 . 1 music 3 reports music. 5 Kan Parou club g music. 7.50 news. S music 8.30 peeps into the past 9 newt., reports. 9.15 the minstrel troupe of less 9.30 concert 9.50 news 10 concert i close. 3lo .3o nine forty five a mystery play by Owen Davis and Sewell Collins 8.30 Iner Lurie. 8.42 a musical programme presenting the two columbines vocal do. Alfred Cunnincham baritone and the Sal vation army Congress band. 10 weather. 10.7 dance music 11 close wednesday 5cl and 5ck. 7. -0 news. 7.40 music a reports. S. 10 music. S.20 close 11 broadcast service. 11.15 music. 11.30 Home crafts. 11.45 music. ? 12.15 news. 12. 0 music. 12.50 reports. 1 music. 2 close. 3 housewives association talk. 3.15 music. 4.15 Bridge club 4.30 close 6 children s session. 6.20 birthday Lapue 6.22 music. 7 news. 7.3 sporting. 7 10 Bluebird girls club. 7.45 music. 8 Pramme by he Snith Australi a band Lames Riley Tenor and Joy b Iden Irh contralto. 9 music. 9.15 recital by Madame Alice Orff sols her operatic Soprano and Lorna Trist Panl to 10 the radio world by shortwave 10.15 news Wei ther. 10.20 dance music. 11 close. Sad and 5pi. -7 news renerts. 7.10 music. S.30 Cave 10 news 10.5 music. 11 Home ode huh. 11.30 music. 12.30 reports. 1 . 3 reports. Music 5 Kin Roo club i music. 7.50 news. A Muu 9 news Penis. ?.n concert 3.5 news 10-Cncert. 11 close. 31.0. 7.30 3i.o review of l a the of team of taif car s it r spirt. Minsio. Revue music my my. Sketches Ranii ii Nerri. Symphony. And sin. Ass Mhli d by Mark 10-Woaiher. 10.7 music 11 close. Thursday 5cl and 5ck. 7.30 news. 7. 40 music. A reports. 8.10 music. close. 11 Broad most service. 11.15 music. 12.15 news. 12. So.il- by i viii.-. 12.40 music. 12.50 Wentner. 1 ? music. 2 lose. . 4 lad Gulliver 4.15 music. 4. close a Chilli s . Fi.20 Tiit inlay Leacue. C.22 music. 7 news. 7.5 s i i i. 7.15 . S a its and . A i i .ci.1. Ii , Howard id music from 5cl1 m Pieti Ville acceptances from 5ck. 10.15 news we Pihir 10 20 dam a music. 11 Andi. 7 news Raj its. 7.10 Mii . A. 30 close. 10 news. 10.3 music.1 12.30 reports. 1 music. 3 reports music. 5 Kangaroo club. 6 music. 7.50 Xuwu. 8 music. 9 news reports. 9.15 Musi 9.50 news. 10 concert. 11 close. 3lo. 7.30 vocal Aud orchestral concert featuring Molly de guest Cecil Teno Gladstone Ben cellist the cossacks quartet and the a. . Concert orchestra. 8.40 play the old lady Shwa her medals by sir James Barrie. Cast Reeve Lily tilth Readye Nancye Stewart Kosslyn vane Vivian Edwards and Victor gourmet. 9.10 concert continued. 10 weather. 10.7 dance music. 11 close. Friday 5cl and 5ck. 7.3u news. 7.40 music. S reports. S. 10 music. K.30 close. 11 broadcast service. 11.15 music. 11.30 Home crafts. 11.45 music. 12.5 news. 12.10 music. 12.15 description of Cricket match Between new South Wales and s Mth austra j iia. 12.45 music. 12.50 weather. I1 music. 2 close. 3 Cricket. 3.30 music. 4 Victoria Reynolds. 4.15 music. 4.30 Cricket. 5.30 close. 6 children s session 0.20 birthday league. 6.22 music. 6.40 Cricket resume. 7 news 7 5 Racine by Sillus 7.15 music. 7.25 Sion. Speaker . S. T. Facy. 7.35 Boake Smith and Bis palais Royal dance band 9 intermission. 9.20 recital by mad nine Alice Orff sols her and Lorna Trist. 10 music. 10.15 news weather. 10.20 dance music 11 close. Sad and 5 i. 7 news reports. 7.10 music. 8.30 close 10 news 10 5 music. 11 Home Circle club 11.30 music. 12.30 reports. 1 music. 3 reports music. 5 Kangaroo club. 6 music. 7 Cricket Tennis racing. 7.15 music. 7.50 news. 8 music. 9 news reports. 9.15 music 9.50 news 10- variety. 11 close. 3lo. 7.30 concert by the metropolitan fire brigade band assisted by Paulyne bind Ley and edouard Lambert violin s.30 interlude 8.40 three act comedy a j message from Mars 10 weather. 10.7 dance music 11 close. Saturday sol and 5ck. 7.30 news. 7.40 music s reports. S. 10 music. . 11.30 m Jere. 12 Sylvius selections and Ascot a cent. I .?.=. 12.10 news. 12.15 of j Cricket match Between new South Wiles no it i Australia 12.45 Newe 12.50 i weather i during the Al Crinion a de scrip Tion of the new Sun h Wales Sim aus a Ricket Mati a. Interspersed nth running Iii of the races at Morriset Tville by i Arim lil Treloar. race results and Musl Cai num hits. 5.30 close. I children is i inn fi.20 by to Ida league. Fi.22- a i la-.3o talk by Rev Of. Hal. I .40-- skii1 resume. I.55 music. 7 news 7.5 Tennis. H Ken Lorriman. 7.15 District Cricket 7 2p ginning results. 7.30 music a j j a Cameo concert artist. order of a j j . A Prulia Kennedy of angst fed Wiram Tenor be pro Horton ener i twiner. I genre snub Ette. Francis h.u1 i . And Elsie Woolley Mezzo Soprano. P.0 dance 10.15 new weather Niu . 11.30 close 3lo. 7. 0-- 1me Sweet original .? romaiii1-. With Walter Kingsley flier. Alfred a Iii ire. Yvonne k inv ird -i.1 j Crane. Rene Iti Soi. Jolin picker. Lion a?.r ? . Arc Hemsley. Elucie. j ? .-he- tra and t Horal irn Ramine. i Iii Cnstance Pether flautist. Violet Somerset i contralto the radio choir and the a.3.c ? Nicoiu Ert orchestra. 10 weather. 10.7 Donci j Lautic. 11 close. Sylvia grows old making up Sylvia Sidney for the ageing sequences Tubeo Dreiser s novel Jennie a Terhardt presented a Bic problem to the Niika up experts. First she had to be herself. That was easy. Then she had to look like herself six years later which we done by slightly padding her clothing to give Ber a heavier appearance. Next she had to look almost Middle aged. It was unwise to line Hei face so Subtle highlights and shadows were employed to give a suggestion of a dropping and sagging of the face. To make her look 10 years older Tell her hair was Greyed and the High Light and Shadow effect was developed still further. Worst Best american critics called Noel Coward s design for living one of the Best play of the year but londoners considered it the worst. It Mil be one of the most talked of film releases of 1934. With Miriam Hopkins and Gary Cooper the cast. I i i round the shows \ International House Rex cello Phane is a shiny wrapping usually employed for the outside of Chol Olate boxes but this spectacular comedy it is used for dressing the chorus and Ballete. More than 30,000 Yards of it Are fashioned into frocks. Peggy Hopkins Joyce internationally known figure Heads the cast. The hayseed come to town West s this australian mad comedy with music enters it second week at West s today starring Cecil Kellaway As dad Paddy the next Best thing Regent Warner Baxter and Janet Gaynor Are co starred this Story of Irish Tomboy. Baxter makes excellent foil to Gay s w artful Ness which this Case has a touch of the Imp it. Night Cairo York Ramon Novarro sings a tuneful Theulie song Thig unconventional Story of a Dragoman who fascinates Lovely ladies. Myrna Loy is among them. Leap year Majestic Tom Walls stars alone a comedy of a Bachelor Gay who Falls love with a Telephone voice and follows it All Over Europe. Another language civic. Helen Hayes and Robert Mouth Omer Are co starred this modern Mother Law comedy a Ratna. Hollywood nights he first film of the new season to expose Hollywood will be 365 nights Hollywood James Starr a Loe Angeles reporter wrote the Story. It is the intention of s. Ai. Wurtzel to treat Hollywood the screen a frankly As the Community has been treated the paragraphs of the columnists. Claire Trevor who has Juet completed i work opposite Spencer Tracy the mad game has already been Given one of the principal roles 365 nights Hollywood tuesday i next it starts 1 see great bargain lists monday s newspapers Bas j9 bal is g?je3tfi i b ski i nearly a Quarter of a million newspapers will carry a message ? a message of overwhelming importance to hoppers. A message of far reaching Terest to thousands and thousands of people South Australia. A message of vent that will make everyone grip the paper with eager enthusiasm. Keen thou re the prices Dur ing recent months they Hare been Ruth Lessly Cut for the Sale. For the myer determination is that this great event shall be a ? memorable one every Way. Style right fashions wanted fabrics ind Desir Able merchandise from every department Are offered ?. hundreds of instances at half Price and less. 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