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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 18, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TEN RADIO APPEAL BRINGS RESULTS Hundreds of Persons Seek Book Containing Smith Addresses NEW YORK Jan 18 ra dlo appeal of Alfred 13 Smith for con tributions to wipe out the 11000000 deficit oC the democratic party has brot ftii avalanche or checks aiiii pledges funds Hundreds of letters accompanied checks ranging from to 5100 and telegrams promising checks to follow by mall have been received by Mr Smith and John J Raskob national chairman All Want Books i Virtually every contributor has re auested from one to 100 copies of the Ixmk containing Jlr Smiths cam paign speeches which he announced would bo given each contributor of 52 or more who requested it A request for 100 copies tho book i was received from Mayor Otto Bein stein of Monroe La who tele graphed I obligate myself to take 100 coi ies of your speeches during your great etfort to perpetuate the demo cratio party I thinkwhat you are doing1 is the greatest effort on tha part of one man our common country has even witnessed A telegram from Mrs A L Love of Oltumwa Iowa read My 5 11 and 12 Points to Reward In Heaven The scriptural verses referred to read Blessed are ye when men shall re viie you and persecute you and shall say all manner of evil things against you falsely for my sake Rejoice and be exceedingly glaij for great Is your reward in heaven for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you Babbit Firm to Incorporate CEDAR RAPIDS Jan IS Iowa Rabbit and Cavy Breeders asso elation will incorporate New directors include c W ONell of Council Bluffs A B Gilberts of Waterloo George Classman ot Dubuque and Harry Selzer of Davenport DAN GIOSCIOS HARP OECHESTEA Will be Back on tho Job at the AMERICAN LEGIONS OLDTIME DANCE AT THE ARMORY JAN IB ADMISSION 26 CENTS RADIO PROGRAMS FEATURES ON THE AIR v Saturday Jan 19 r Central Standard Time Hour Musical WJZ KDKV WLW National Orchestra Wulfer Damrosrii WEAF KGO KOW W KSIj KHQ K Mildred Hunt itli Marimba WliVF USD Tunes of Broadway Keceiit WKAF WTAM WWI KSD nWIlAK WFAA KPKO KOA WTMJ WG WMC KSL KPO KGO KFI KGW KOMO KSTP WHO MASON CriT GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JAN IS Iflgg SUIT BRINGS TO LIGHT LOVE OF MAYOR FOR OPERA SATURDAY JN 19 By The Associated Press Programs tn central standard time All time is p in unless otherwise indicated on left of call letters Itilocycles on right Clear channel station pro grams in detail with nil appended list of some of the more important regional stations hour Undo Bob Orchestra organ Hotel orchestra SOO Studio Iiour Orchestra Insomnia club WBBM South America dance Jubilee singers Royal Canadians Night club Farmer Rusk Late Variety program Quln Nighthawks almanak Radio floorwalker Baritone dramatic story Tunes ot Broadway Features popular Knights ot the Bath Dinner music Music sports Musical programs Barn dance 44 hrs orchestras Whitney trio Radio photoloeiie Orchestra Pratt and Sherman Concert orchestra AmosAndyj orchestra Banco 2 21 hrs Thirty Minutes from Broadway Dunce Potpourri Old dunces Artist Inircau Amos news dance Musical Composition Once Thot of as Being Aid to Thompson CHICAGO Jan is case f Frank D Ayrcs vs O c St tair had to do with a board bill which the party of the first purt said Was owed him by tho party the second part This in Itself was of slight public consequence The interesting devel opment was the revelation of how grand opera had come within a six tecnth note of being employed to fur ther the political destinies of Mnor William Halo Thompson Counsel for St Clair said his clici the candidates muted strings St Clalr still was speculating on the possibilities when Judge Fardy tola nun to write a check for 5200 in favor Ay re a AT MASON CITYS THEATERS wi Nielli ritLlU IMS VlltillL MinueapuHsSt TaulBIO I felt he was under no debt for board Pianistdinner concert Music box trio Philosophies old producer Musical programs 3 hrs Danceorchestra 700 National orchestra Organ recital Mildred Hunt Tunes of Broadway Ponce Sisters Dance music New Godfrey ludlow Xylophonist Orient echoes Old dances composers Among ourselves Still Waters Run Deep Slumber hour New Tramp tramp Vaudedrome 930 Dance Songs dance Literature gems talk Godfrey Ludlow WJ2 programs Dance hour FEATURES ON THE AIR Sunday Jan 20 teiriife flfci ELECTRIC AC RADIO A radio achieve ment One illu minated dial beautiful wood cabinet Uses6 AC tubes and I rectifier tufaej Americas greatest value FREE Demonstration in Your Home I Your Deafer Battery Radio and Electric Service IJi 1709 105 So Delaware CROSLEY RADIO SALES AND SERVICE Batteries and tubes Radio Re pair Service on any set 0 Gregerson Phone 884 423 4th S W SUNDAY JAN 20 By the Associated Press Programs In central standard timu Al time is p in unless oth ImtfcatecT Wavclcngtha on left of call letters kilocycles on right Clear channel station pro Kranis in detail with nn append ed list of the more important re gional stations Church services Anglo Persians Feature talk Merrymakers organ Dr Long Melodies magazine hour Good reading orchestra Weekend party Hockey game news WABC program Theater of the air Audlons Nutty club 3 Church services Downers grove club Symphony orchestra Late evening feature Chicago symphony orchestra Nighthawks Pat Barnes Concert ensemble nlghthawks A K hour Music room porters Dance music dream ship WGN orchestra Concert Cross roads Sunday school Little Brown church 070 Church services 400 Musical pilgrimages church Vespers Concert orchestra Sunday evening club Auld Andy souvenir AmosAndy orchestra Bible reading orchestra Hotel orchestra Theater family Music A K hour National light opera Dance music Kfln T Band parade WKAF protrram Chicago symphony orchestra Hymn sing D Lawrence A K hour National light opera Food for Thot 3988WCXWJR Detjoif750 Scrmonet financiers Melodies magazine hour Jubilee singers El Tango Happy half hour organ Amos news dance MpKSt Church services WABC programs Theater ot theair Symphony orchestra Orchestra Concert orchestra Choir Invisible Playhouse Poets fireside PillshnrEIi980 Evening services Melodies magazine hour Jubilee singers E Tango romantlco lo the plaintiff because of work at Clair had done for Ayrea in connection with a certain opera Sought Mayor as Ituycr This opera said tho attorney Ralph Kosen was composed by ono Wirt Dennison Ayrcs and St Clair were interested In selling it to the Thompson political organization I tiavo tried unsuccessfully to subpoena Mayor Thompson and Michael J Fla herty president of tho board of local improvement They know all about It Judge James Pardy doubted If dis cussion of the opera would be In ture with the case but St Clalr decided ts relate it anyway It was a grand opera St Clair said It had some grand tunes in it The words were grand Where the singers were supposed to linger on high notes you could Just see the votes rolling in It oozed politics from over ture to finale Including the entre aco numbers Tho mayor and Mr Flaherty came to hear selections from It and seemed delighted St Clalr said the mayor particularly applauding it jSerciWas Staged But somehow St CSair it never was put over That ho be lieved was mainly because no one could be found who cared to risk 520 000 on opera as a votegetter It would have been interesting St Clair thot to see how much power an aria had In bringing out the boys un election day how potent politically was a cadenza and how valuable to Tho Palace 5s showing for the lusl line Friday Jan Is Forgotten a Paramount picture with an illstar cast headed by Cllve Brook Mary Brian William Powell and Bacli anova It is one of the most thrilling torics ever brot to th screen and iroves excellent entertainment Four icts of vitaphone vaudeville are also leard Dry Murlini a comedy romance of padventurous Americans iu gay Puree will bo shown the last time at the Ce cil 1YMuy night Ian IS TIio story whlcli generally pleases tells ot a gay Id blid who wanted to setlle down and marry his daughters chum Tho Bijou offers Friday Jan ig 1aramounfs The Model From Moit mnvtro a story of the artists colony oC Paris Nlta Nahlt is the featured player Chapter 3 of Terrible People is also seen Saturday and Sunday the Lie sttige and screen show at the Cecil will con sist of the Willard Jarvia Revue of 1029 a smart singing and dancing mu sical show in eight gorgeous scenes and featuring Ruth Smith and the Jrr vis singing and dancing beauties Tliis aggregation of entertainers pre sents a whole show and has fortyfive minutes of real entertainment Mason City should find It much to their lik ing On tho screen will be seen Monte Blue and Betty Bronson In Brass Knuckles It Is ono of the best of many crook plays which havs found their way to the screen recently The management of the Cecil feels sure that this Saturday and Sunday offer Ing will more than please Next week lirings Colleen Muore to tho Palaco in her latest bighit Syn Atrlca and leads you into Jungle mys teries and moves 3011 ly eomo of tho most dramatic love tho screen has ever offered K3J II thetic Sm which is a typical story for this popular screen star This pic ture has the added feature of beirs synchronized to sound effects and mil ilcal score v Vnr three das starling next Wed nesday tho Cecil will offer tho theater Soers of Mason City Edna Ferliers nous story Mother Knows Best It ells a stirring story of a lovehungry tage star who cuts tho apron strings her managing mother Possibly ne screen hasnt had In many a moon a more fascinating tale thn his Those who have read the famoua ove will certainly want to seo so icture The cast Includes Madge B1 iny and Louise Dresser sensational and highly liiiinnruus right is ono of the Wetting sc nonces In UnUersats The NKht Bird starring Tteginald Denny and which will open at the Towa theater nn Saturday Jan 1 This film will present Denny nt his fighting lauffh iug best Betsy I0 pTays opposite tho star while tho supporting cast Ini eludes Sam Hardy Harvey Clark 1UI chael Vlsiroff Alpfionse srartel Cor liss Palmer Jocclyn and George Bookasta Ion Chanevs latest success West of Zanzibar t0 he at the Cecil thea ter shortly Xo matter what type of character Chaney is called upon to portray he makes it live upon the screen So perfectly has he mastered the art of makeup that he presents something new novel and refreshing different and Interesting West of Zanzibar taken from the famous play Congo shows Chaney it his best This takes you to darkest Tho Palace offers for four ilays btarthiiSntbrAiy the noted stago slur commonly called tho female AI Jolson In her first screen nnpetirunce Tho picture Is My Mm and la a tnlltlng and singing Picture During tho action of tho story airsa nrho sings seven songs inchulinpr My M which wha made famous by her during her stngo ca CiIffitha nrndneliim thn alllo of tho Sexes la comlni to bo Cecil in the very near future It ells a stirring story of tho gripping ovo of a straying papa and Is one of ho most fascinating stories that lias ever been shown on tho screen H i liam Haincs is coming soon in his latest Alias Jimmy Valen tine It la ono the greatest screen Hits of the year and llaines has the linest part he has over played accord ing to press reports You will see him as a safe cracker and as a heart break John Gilberts newest production Masks of the Devil will soon be at tlie Cecil lintortaln at Coulter COULTER Jan Numo Mn entertained a few friends nt an oyster supper Wednesday evening Serving were his mother Mrs Martha Xumclin and daughter Esther In at tendance wore Elmer Hanson Vigo Hansen A P Horn Earl Damm Albio BURP Harley Chrlstensen Clar ence Lubkeman and Stanley Aagesen Last Times Today old fashioned daughter shows her father he toivn of Paris wise old The Tears Smartest Today Bargain Day Tarzan The Mighty The Boundary Battle Chicken Feed Fisticuffs THEATER SAT SUN MON REGINALD DENNY In The Night Bird Dennys Most Glorious Comedy Denny at his best Starts SAT PALACE Martini With MaryAstor Matt Moore Extra JustTDays TOMORROW and SUNDAY Special Big Stage and Screen Show WILLARD JARYIS REVUE of 1929 RADIO BARGAINS For Sale to Close Out Ono Mahogany Hadlo Table was 0 now One Majestic B Eliminator One Tungar Charger 2 amp Ono Pioneer Charger One Balkite 2 amp C A charger SO Hour Storage djr nn Batteries tpDUU Stevens cono M O PA Speaker Mohawk Cono Speaker Speaker Units One slightly used G tube Chief tiln Radio tnbio molcl Com pleto with tubes batter ies etc Only THE LEPPER JEWELRY CO Itt First Street S E 10c Today lOc a Paramount She captivated him as she will captivate you Her verve her chic her absorbing personality French of the French The life the gayety of Paris Terrible People Chapter 3 Warner Bros A Singing and Talking Picture JAKVIS KAYE SISTRRS AfDREY HOLMES DOROTHY McGUIItli THE ROY TOKUEY AM FRANK McGOWAN FOUR WITH RUTH SMITH AND THE JARVIS SINGING AND DANCING BEAUTIES BIG GORGEOUS SCENES ON THE SCREEN Monte Blue in Brass Knuckles GREATEST OF ALL CROOK MELODRAMAS BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY Seats 25C Seftsi Positively the cjHiiire mej Seasons Best Bet Next KVKRY WOMAN MASON CITY SIIOLUJ SEE THIS S h MOTHER f i i in KNOWS BEST WITH Louise Dresser and Madge Bellamy This Picture Will Malta Von Lniisli anil Cry Last Times Today Forgotten Faces A Story of Thrills CLIVE BROOK MARY BRIAN WILLIAM POWELL BACHLANOVA REAL Battery BARGAINS for your Car or Radio uVcl1 Fhlpmcnt nf llBl1 batteries 13 Size KXCHANC5E Built to our specifications by one of the largest manufacturers Buy Now and Save Money Stoddards Battery Service North Delaware at 2nd St   

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