The Texas Jewish Herald (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 27, 1934 Page: 4 of 4
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THE TEXAS JEWISH HERALD
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The recent announcement made by
Joan Blondell while working in the
Warner Bros, production of "Kansas
City Princpss,” now showing at the
W. C. FIELDS ZASU PITTS
With PAULINE LORI)
“MRS. WIGGS OF THE
Kirby Theatre, that she and her hus-
band, Qeorge Barnes, ace cameraman,
expected an heir to the Barnes-Blon-
deJl fortunes meant that Joan’s oft-
repeated wisJx^was to be fulfilled, as
she has always wanted a baby, ever
since eher younger sister, Gloria, grew
out of the cradle age. And she added
to htr announcement that she was per-
In "Kansas City Princess” Joan
plays the role of a wise cracking man-
icurist whose wild adventures and love
conquests in a mad flight from a mid-
west town to gay Paree form the basis
of a hilarious comedy romance. Others
in the cast include Glenda Farrell,
Robert Armstrong, Hugh Herbert, Os-
good Perkins, Hobart Cavanaugh and
Spanish government. The obervance
of Maimonides octocentennial will be
world-wide, special committees having
already been formed in New York,
Jerusalem, Cairo, Warsaw, ’ Vienna,
Buenos Aires and Berlin. Shortly after
the Moslems captured Cordova, Mai-
monides went ot Cairo where he be-
came the spiritual leader of the Jewish
community and advisor to the Sultan’s
CONG. RODEFEI SHOLOM
Cor. Conti- and Maury ,
Daily services 6 a m. and at sunsac.
Friday night services at sunset.
Saturday morning services at 9.
Minchah services at 5:30 p.m. fol-
lowed by Shilosh Sudes and Ma’ariv
COLBERT . • WILLIAM
“THE GAY DIVORCEE’’
. With Henry Wilcoxon
Wynne GIBSON Preston FOSTER
With Mona Barrie
William HAINES Esther RALSTON
' TOM TYLER
The Thrill Ace in:
‘TERROR of the PLAINS’
Added: Silly Symphony,
Serial, Comedy, News
"Sweet Adeline,” Warner Bros! new
musical spectacle and said to be the
most pretentious of all their gigantic
specials, opens at the Metropolitan
New Year’s djiy, with Irene Dunne,
famous stage and screen singing star
in the title role.
The picture is taken from the sen-
sational Broadway hit by Jerome Kern
and Oscar Hammerstein II and is
crammed with hilarious comedy, de-
lightful romance and stirring drama
in addition to its gigantic specialty
Unique dancing numbers are staged
by Bobby Connolly on novel and mam-
moth sets with scores of Hollywood’s
most beautiful girls taking part.
The picture is laid in the glamorous
period of the gay nineties with the
Broadway theatrical world ^as its set-
ting. Irene Dunne has the role of a
singer in her father’s famous Hoboken
beer garden which is the rendezvous
of theatrical folk and New York’s
young bloods and- men about town, ■
CONG. ADATH YFSHURUN
Congtegarion Adath Yeshurun,
Jackson and Walker Avenue, will ob-
serve Hillcl Sabbath at its services
this Friday evening, at 8 o’clock, with
Mr. Yale Kalmans, visitor from Texas
University, speaking on "The Jewish
Sipdent on the Caitipus.” The Hillel
Foundations are Jewish student houses
sponsored by the B’nai B’rith Fra-
ternity at various American college.
Rabbi Sanders A. Tofield will'officiate.
^ The Brith Millab of the first born
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hecht, first
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Hecht of
Beaumont, and Mr. and Mrs. M. Leit-
ner of Galveston, took place Monday,
December 24, at John Sealy Infirmary,
with Rabbi H. J. Horowitz as Mohel,
Dr. Cohen as Sondock. Rabbi Feigon
said the prayers.
Angelina Catilina, torch singer. Script
for the dance will be £2.50 couple. An
entertaining floor show is being ar-
ranged to afford merriment- during the
evening. The entertainment committee
arranging for the affair is composed
of J. P. Friedman, chairman; Abe So-
bel, Buch Hoffer, Leon Finegold and
* — MON —TUE.—
Artd an All-Star Cast
“BELLE OF THE 90’s”
“The Most Talked of Picture
of the Year"
■— «o»i«wi —■ ■«» ■SF
C. A. WYNN. President
NuGrape, Mavis Root Boor,
Nu-Icy Soda Water Flavors,'
Silver Label Gingerale
512 Sampson Cap. 1733 PartV
Starting Monday, Loew’s presents
the long awaited "Forsaking All-
Others,” starring Joan Crawford,
Clark Gaable, and Robert Montgomery.
The story is et in high society and
is all dressed up for the occasion of
the holiday spirit with Joan appearing
in several stunning new. creations of
AdrfSn, M-G-M’s noted fashion de-
signer. . ,
Gable and Montgomery are seen as
rivals for Joan's love with the main
suspense of the film resting with the
question of picking the winner.
Locale ranges over a large area, but
is set mainly in the srrtart set of New
York including swanky night clubs,
country estates, and. other fashionable
The film will be shown as the main
attraction for Loew’s New Year’s Eve
watenes, oiamonas, piaiea jeweiry mo
antiques. We are buyers only. Immed-
By popular demapd, "Chu Chin
Chow,” has been held over through
Friday, December 2$. at the Delmaan
„ Starting Saturday and running
through Monday, "lit Happened One —-----
Night,” with Clark Gable and Clau- Federated Gold Buyera|Co.
dette Colbert, will be the feature. The
"Circus Clown” will not be shown.
Beginning Tuesday, January 1, and
playing through Thursday,Geo. Arliss
in the "House of Rothschild.
"Evergreen” will be the feature at
the midnight show on New Year’s
509 KRESS BLDG. Pres.
E.O. Bammel Garage
General Auto Repairing
A Heme of Satisfaction *
14 Years la Business
|i«Uiana B. 3-1024
Eve, Monday, December 31.
Spain To Celebrate
Madrid (WSN)—The 800th an-
niversary of the birth of Rabbi Moses
Maimonides, noted medieval Jewish
scholar and philosopher, who was born
Cordova, Spain, m March 1135,
Pwr • y >■ ■
CONG. BETH ISRAEL
Sabbath services Friday at 8 p.m.
and Saturday morning at 10.
Evening address: "The Trend To-
wards Decency” (with special refer-
ences. to the Catholic League of De-
Morning sermonette: "The Wan-
Musical program arranged by Mrs.
J. F. Spencer and Mr. AntbSny Rahe.
Organ Prelude—Finale from > t
Prince Igor A\ Borodine
'(Transcribed for organ Ijy
Edwin’ Arthur Kraft
Duet—'"Watchman, What of
the Night” Sargent
Rollo Rilling and Geo. B. Meyer
Organ Postlude—"Dithyramb” - .
Op. 47 No. 2 Clarence I.ucas
The Brith Milah of the third son of
Mr. and Mrs. S. ^raslau took place
Tuesday, December 25, at their home,
2509 Q'/.. with Rabbi H. J. Horowitz
as Mohel. and Dr. Cohen as Sondock.
Rabbi Feigon said the prayers.
The Young Men’s Hebrew Associa-
tion of- Beaumont invites you to their
second annual New Year’s Eve Ball,
the dance will be held in the beautiful
Rose Room of Hotel Beaumont, on
December 31, 10 p.m. to 4 a-.m. Music
will be furnished by the Southern Mel-
ody Boys. The orchestra features Miss
HILLEL DAY TO BE OBSERVED
AT TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL
On. Sunday, December 30, Hillel
Day will be observed in Temple Beth
Israel. Mr. Adolph Marks, a Univer-
sity of Texas student, will be the speak-
er. Students who are visiting in Hous-
ton and those who attend school in
Houston are, invited to attend these
services. The hour is 10 a.m.
Morning Glory Butter .
and BORDEN’S FINE CHEESES
add zest to Holiday Meals
| '"ISoizUrCd Fine Dairy Producls
SERVICES AT ADATH ISRAEL
1010 Elysiart Street
Max Geller, Rabbi
A, J. Rosmarin, President
» Daily services 6:30 a.m.* 5:45 p.m.
Friday night services at sundown .
Saturday morning services, 9 o’clock.
Bible Study Hour led by Rabbi
Geller 4:30 p.m.
Minchah services at 5:30 p.m.
Sholosh Sudes services 6 p. m.
PESSES HAT WORKS I
Superior Hat Reblocking and Cleaning
for Ladies and Gentlemen. !
F-2289. * •
CONG. ADATH EMETH
Services daily at 6:30 a.m. and at
6 p.m. .
Kaballoth Shabbos Friday at sunset.
Sabbath morning services ^at 8:30.
Minchah services at 5:30 p.m. *
Hebrew school daily 2:30 to 5:30.
Sunday School at 10 a.m.
We will pay you arori money for your
old gold, platinum, gold teeth, silver
watches, diamonds, plated jewelry and
Retail Flowers at Wholesale Prices
Flowers tor all Occasions
1315 Damble W. 3845
Byrd’s Polar Expedition
selected Guernsey Cows
■for their milk supply
Ilie Guernsey breed of dairy cattle were developed on
the Guernsey Island by selecting cows with the richest
colored milk to produce butter which needed fio arti-
ficial coloring for the London market.
‘ GUERNSEY CATTLE are extensively bred in
the great dairy state of Wisconsin.
GUERNSEY MILK is very popular in Los An-
' geles and every market where Guernsey milk is sold.
We breed Guernsey cattle and sell Guernsey Milk,
produced under strictly sanitary conditions, to the family
trade only—Third and Fourth Wards, including
You are incited to inspect out cattle and dairy ,
n>hen milking, 12:30 to 2 any day.
Mackensen’s Sanitary Di
6100 TELEPHONE ROAD
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Goldberg, Edgar. The Texas Jewish Herald (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 27, 1934, newspaper, December 27, 1934; Houston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1054833/m1/4/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .