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DARROW WILL I
AIR UDEA
* • I
WASHINGTON, March 15—{*»>
, Clarence Darrow, old courtroom
duelist, who conducted perhaps the
most noted of all onslaughts on
NRA, aocepted an invitation Friday
to tell a senate Inquiry what to do
about the Blue Eagle
The Chicago lawyer, now 77. in
iformed the senate finance comm it -
flc that he would appear Monday.
Jefoes who want to scrap NRA forth
with were looking forward to his
testimony hopefully. Ten months
ago. in a report which brought a
fbrious scrap with Hugh 9 Johnson.
Darrow told the president that
acme NRA codes tended to faster
> monopoly and crush the “little fel
' low.” Johnson replied that Dar
row’s report was "superficial, in
temperate and inaccurate *
tong - standing differences be
tween NRA and the federal trade
flHTIS. «
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: MIDNITE I
*1PREVUEI
‘SEQUOIA* PREVIEW SATURDAY N1TE
•‘Sequoia." starring Jean Parker, with the strangest go-stars "Mallhu." and “Gato" ever presented on a
screen. ‘ Sequoia" shows special preview Saturday night. 11 p. m. at "your” Capitol, Brownsville. (Reg
ular engagement "8equoia" Sunday, Monday, March 24 and 25.)
commission had burst into the open
Friday after the two agencies placed
clashing reports about the steel
industry’s price system on Presi
dent Roosevelt’s desk. The presi
dent had asked a joint report.
The trade commission report
strongly recommended that “price
fixing" be dropped from the steel
code and left “open to legal attack
on the ground it violates the anti
trust laws.**
The commission said that con
tinuation of "price-fixing’* In the
steel and other codes would mean
“a substantial possimlity of a new
and early depression" which might!
have “radical Implications.’*
The NR A report, which likewise
concerned the “basing point" price
svstem used for years in the in-1
dustrv and Incorporated in its code,
suggested a milder course.
It proposed increasing the num-<
ber of points from which steel
freight rates are flgxired so that
purchasers would pay freight
charges from points closer to them
than at present NRA added that
the change should be brought about
slowly enough to avoid upaettlng
the industry. Its report denied that
♦he present price controls In the
steel code were necessarily price
fixing.
Movie ^eliqhtS
CAPITOL
A beautiful and powerful love story i
showing Friday and Saturday at the
Capitol Theatre. Brownsville, this
week. Ronald Coleman and Loretta
Young are the principals and “Clive
of India.” the first million dollar
BRAULT’S
CANADIANS
The Music You’ll Enjoy
and Remember
a>
Playing Every Tuesday -
Thursday - Friday -
Saturday
At the
SAN BENITO CLUB
ST. PATRICK’S CELEBRATION
Favor*-Fun Galore
Saturday, March} 16th
Tune in KRGV, 3:30 P. M. Friday, March 15
TODA Y and SA TURDA Y
The SUrs of
“Gay Divorcee” *
In a Gay New
Musical Romance ^
fnsatioml \ sBKWKi
—with—
Irene Dunne - Claire Dodd
SUNDAY & MONDAY Preview Util
STARS OF ‘CLIVE OF INDIA’
Ronald Colpman and Loretta Young In the first $1,000,000 picture at
1935. “Clive Of India," showing Friday and Saturday at the Capitol,
Brownsville.
CO-STARRED IN ‘ROBERTA’
Fred Astaire. Ginger Rogers and Irene Dunn co-starred in the new
screen musical "Roberta'* showing Friday and Saturday at the Rivoll
Theatre. San Benito, and scheduled Saturday midnite, Sunday and
Monday at the Arcadia Theatre. Harlingen.
Z i' production of Darry F. Zanuck and
’ 0^ ^ W _ i J°*ePh M Schenck’s 20th Century
^ J § WW jr*T| /# Ff Pictures company, which last season
ii VUUIUUW i H<“01 Bo“'
! I ];! But this true story of Robert Clive.
TODAY and SATURDAY ;; a poor young clerk in the East India
;> Company, who conquered an Emp.re
;; TkpiP Mnmentt’ at 26 and became Englands greatest
i ncir Dig momcmi j; her0i oniy t0 ^ hls star faU when
!! ; the w'oman he loved had drifted from
with ZA8U PITTS ;> hls side. Is more than a great love
!| B1IM .mnmvnjt story“u »* a reflection of a life of
,, oi.i;a si. .ii.ntn > ittt truly heroic proportions—of stagger
I! ; ng achievement, attained because
Univerial Comedy 3 man believed in his ow*n destiny.
] | • \'\ The play of the same name on
1 1 which the screen p*uy Is based en
TOD A Y and SA TURD A Y
— Added — CONSTANCE BENNETT
:v|v ‘Th'M*rch STUART ERWIN
if ofT' .BILLIE BURKE
OFFICE HOURS 1
SUNDAY & MONDAY SSSSruSTTS
n n ” 1 f
IT, SAN BIN I TO JJ
CLARK GABLE IN NEW ROMANCE
^ arc Gao.e in Alter Oliice Hours.” with Constance Bennett showing
Friday and Saturday at the Arcadia Theatre in Harlingen and ached,
uled Saturday mldnite. Sunday and Monday at the Rlvoll Theatre
In San Benito.
BUCK JONES ‘DESERT VENGEANCE'
Buck Jones and Barbara Bradford In a scene from the new thrlU west
ern, "Desert Vengeance," showing Fnda> and Saturday at the Queen
Theatre, Brownsville.
Joyed almost two years' run on the
London stage.
. RIVOLI. SAN BENITO
The season s gayest and most ool
c-rful musical romance comes to the
screen with Fred Astaire. Ginger
Rogers and Irene Dunne. In the film
version o fthe Broadway hit, "Ro
berta.” scheduled for showing at the
Rlvoll Theatre In San Benito Friday
and Saturday and at the Arcadia
Theatre in Harlingen Saturday Mid
nite Preview and Sunday and Mon
day. featuring the dancing and sing
ing of Fred Astaire and Miss Rogers,
and a brilliant display of famous |
fashions by a regiment of beautiful
manlquins, the picture offers spark- j
ling entertainment of tremendous
appeal.
Melody and dance numbers and
the lavish fashion displays, are all
woven logically into a fast moving
comedy and gay romance.
The story revolves about the com
edy rich situation of an alLAmert
can football player, falling heir to a
fashionable Parisian Gown Shop.
The grid heir and his band-leader
pal. set the world fashion agog, the
hearts of the mademoiselles a-twit
ter. and the feet of Parisians aflame
during the course of their hectic af
fair.
ARCADIA. HARLINGEN
For intense drama few things can
surpass the city room of a great met
ropolitan newspaper at press time.
Well recognized by dramatists, this
fact has more recently been put to
I DANCE I
TONIGHT
With
EDDIE HESS
CLUB ROY ALE
FLOOR SHOW
One Mile East of McAllen
For Reservations
Phone 4S-J or W
BijoM
THEATRE
LA FERIA
lndrpenclr.it Home Owned Theatre
— FRIDAY ONLY —
“Our Daily Bread”
with KAREN MORLEY and
TOM KEEN
THIS IS FAMILY NIGHT
use by the scenarists of “After Of
fice Hours.** starring Clark Oablei
at the Arcadia Theatre In Harlin
gen Friday and Saturday and at the
Rlvoli Theatre in San Benito Sat
urday midnight and Sundav and
Monday
In this comedy drama of New
York society the press and s thrill
ing murder mystery. Gable is cast as
the managing editor of a newspaper
who always gets his story, regardless
of the methods to which he may
have to resort. Alternating between
Park Avenue, Park Row and a boat
house on Long Island Sound, where
a murder mystery Is committed, the
story deals with the attempt of
Gable to up_root an Imminent so
ciety scandal and when the scandal
~
Buck -
Jones
W “Desert |j
jL Vengeance”
Also The
W Vanishing Shadow
^ Today S.A,X
Brownsville
-Q1 V
turns into » murder story, raatlrtts
drama enters.
Constance Benneit, Billie Burk*. |
Stuart Erwin and {Catherine Alex
ander are cc-starred with Clark
Oable in this humorous, yet dramat
ic screen romance. _
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SUNDAY
Shirley Salu Browns rill#
TEMPLE
BARRYMORE
in *
LITTLE
1 COLONEL'
She will loach your heart
it never before In thin
unforgettable 1(017
of the gallant
Sooth
_ y
THRILLS as thick as a
monsoon rain!
SPECTACLE won from
thr pageant of colorful
India!
ROMANCE aa a girl
crosses seven seas to marry
a humble clerk . . . only t«
find him conqueror of all
India!
Million :i| And Cart of 1«*0*» of Extras I 0
Dollar II " tyn I Atoo
Picture || TODAY SATURDAY | fatty
GM™§-r
ETHELENE BURNS
COXSl’ELO DELGADO
VIRGINIA MACK
Greetings to the Public
We the cashiers of your CAPITOL for the past years * * * * have unhesitatingly, at your re
m quest spoken frankly of the merit of the entertainment value of the current feature, whether ]
good or bad * * * * ,
)
Now justice prompts us to speak to you in advance of the current feature * * * “SEQUOIA"
-JC * * * * We have all seen this feature * * and all agree * * * “SEQUOIA" * * * is the won- )
der picture of the year which you will enjoy to the limit * * * * Each of us believe * * * *
“SEQUOIA" * * * * the most pleasant and enjoyable entertainment ever produced at your ]
i Capitol Theatre.
. Therefore, we earnestly request that you see * * ♦ “SEQUOIA" * * * during the engagement
at your Capitol Theatre showing at a special Midnite preview Saturday night lip. m., March
^ 16th, then to be returned for regular showing Sunday and Monday, March 24th and 25th.
We all promise you if * * * “SEQUOIA" * * • is not fully up to your expectations we will
^ give you a guest ticket to your CAPITOL Theatre complimentary to any one picture during
p the month.

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