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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TEN RUSSIAN FARMS ARE PROSPEROUS Peasants Tkihk U S Sys tem Ideal and Wonder at Grumbling iCOSCoW July 5 agricultural unrest in the itriited Stales have puzzled Russian Avho regard the farmers of America as the most fortunate Ithe So far as it is possible in a state controlled by communistic ideas the Soviet government is planning follow in American footsteps in ill that concerns rural ceohomy says aii announcemeht by the central committee of thecommunist party There are three types of rela tions between and country BUUharlli Said There is the old feudal Russian system under which the peasantry was mercilessly ex ploited There is also thetype com mon now in so many countries where the peasantry is less ikplolt ed juid wealthier and the rural riiar ket has a slightly larger producing and oodsimimg capacity than in old Russia And lastly there is the American type where the land s free feudal relations scarcely exj 1st the farmers are wealthy and i the home industrial market is enor mous Wi must lake the Untied States bur model to follow Within the limitations of capitalism the United States is bringing about the quick est development of rural economy and the greatest existing movement of general productiveforces We on a socialist basis struggling with all capitalistic elements must follow America and try to march even faster We must would Trotsky and his Weath out of the peasantry into the cities PALACE STARTS SATURDAY THE SUPERPRODUCTION Talking Singing Dancing EDNA FERBERS greatest story combined with the MUSICAL HITS from ZIEGFELDS stage inoduction Toll will See and Hear ZIEGFELDS FOLLIES SINGJNG DANCING Broadway brought to Mason City The Years Singing and Talking Triumph and HE A R Liura La Plante Jfoseph Schlldkraut HarlanA I ni a 1 Emily Fitz f y Jane Jji Verne from Florenz fflegfeld stage pro duction TIMES fNoahs Ark f THE SPECTACLE OF THE AGE CHINESE GIRLS WESTERNIZING Modern Young Women Cause Elders to Become Worried SVVATOVV Kwangtung Province China July 6 authorities Ih this little Visited port of the south China coast are much worried becauae they feel the girls of the place are becomlhg too fofeirn ifced1 Therfe is a tendency to dis card the Chinese lightcolored ured silk straightlined bellsleeved andhighcollared blouse in1 favor of the foreign style dress which has ilt sleeves is composed of filmy ma terials and conies hardly to the knees The powers that be are perturbed 6Ver the increasing desire of nese girls to learn modern jazz dancing and are considering inaug urating measures to curb the saleof foreign jazz Victrblarecords Concerning bobs rouge arid lip sticks the authorities feel they are cause for much worry causing the rising generation m the View of one official to become more western than Westerners At least11 added this official I have not seen for eign women strutting about with out wearing stockings altho I was I shocked to see three young Chinese i girls ruhhlng about In silver colored shoes minus stockings The oldfashioned merchants used to being entertained at banquets by I Singsong girls are worrying because they feat they will have to learn Jazz dancing Singsong girls are rapidly decreasing in number matty of them turning to modern dancing i as means of etttertamment j The city officials also report that the young ladies are becoming fas j tidious about their perfumes no j longer being satisfied with dbmcs I tic made scents but demanding ex l pensive French varieties i STAR GAZING Introducing Billy Starr Billy makes her film debut In a fdrthcomlrtg picture of college life By Central Press July you NEW YORtf know that ilary Pickford haa Juat bought AT Masttn Citys ni THEATERS The Palace is showing for the last times Friday Warner Brothers great spectacle of the age Which was two years In the making Noahs Ark Manager rieffner re ports this picture which has been playing here for four days Continues to to packed houses He also states that ne has yet to neat the first adverse criticism con cefnlhg this great production Many people think that thS entire picture islaid during the time of Noah This is wrong The picture is really a story ot the late World Svar and dufihg the actipn o fthe stoty the sceneB the flbod ahd Noahs Aflc are introduced Husband Douglas Fairbanks a new roadster NoahBeery may build a hotel somewhere in California in the near future Raymond Hackett now 26 years old began his movie career as a baby Movie cameramens salary average 250 a week and better Irene Bordbni is said to be one of the best dressed women In Holly Wood William De Mille and Mrs De MUle would rather go deep sea fisri Ingthan do anythihg else De MUle is U star tennis play6r and at one time gave promise of being one of the Best in the country V Vilma Banky is now a fullfledged American cittienosa Gloria Swanson sings twice ih The Trespasser Aim Fennington and Winnie Lightner will appear in Gold Dig gels of Broadway Grant Withers isto play Charlotte Letty RABBITCAT IS QUEER SPECIES Result of CrossBreeding Has Characteristics of Both Parenti MANCHESTER July 5 rabbitcat thatis the logical name of the queer apecies of animal which may be found on the Claude Nueton farm four miles southeast of here The animal which probably is unprecedented in the animal king dom is the result of the cross breed ing of a male rabbit of the ordinary tame variety With a female cat The offspring resembles both a cat and a rabbit The bDdyaad head are those of a cat but the tail which is short arid bushy is similar to that 6t the rab bit The hind legs likewise re emblc those of the rabbit and make the hind portion of the body taller than the front Has nnbbit Instincts Some of the instincts of the rabbit also have been instilled into the ani mal which apparently prefers to walk about in the day time but to frolic and jump about rabbitfash ion at night Its appetite is a mixture of the two animals It eats mice and drinks milk at the same time relishing raw potatoes carrots and vegetables such asthe rabbit prefers The crossbreeding was made 10 years ago when the Nueton family lived at strawberry point Succes sive generations have been mated with the common houae cat but the rabbit traits are plainly discern ible Presidents Secretary Sworn In Not as Healthy Friday will the last showingof His lucky Day lyiUi Reginald Denny famous comedian at Cecil LriRayneTJuVal comer in feature pictures is the girl She is and kiibWs ho Ing action picture of underworld life The featured players are Olive Borden arid Jack Pickford Tho story is filltd with thrills and is one that should entertain Attacked by Several leopards While putting the beasts thru their r paces ih a steel cage Jacqueline gan featured player ih De Males t f Studio broauctionf risked life ahri for certification The litters of Kittens usually av erage from four to five half of Which have regular cat tails while the others haVe the short bus 1abbit tais They are not healthy as ordinary kittens but ate more timid than cats While they are able to climb trees the hind legs which are flat similar to a rabbits handicap theni some When small they makea hoise sim ilar to a rabbit but as they mature they purr In the cat fashion At night as they frolic they scarcely can be discerned from a rabbit Minnesota Will Inspect 6000 Acres of Potatoes for Seed Certification ST PAUL July 5 acres of potatoes will theater starring Tn f If EeAnApPUcatlons covering r j ci J 7 jcujjuiu uennueiy itnown to be forthcom Jady She has Joined a circus In iiig totaling 1600 acres or more ud AllRfplW in nn etffnrt frt BnltrA to act Also her pleasing Dennys Austria in an effort to solve the mystery of several murders pre sumably committed by an ojd lady I but actually by an ape owned by a ditlonal The acreage to be inspected this year will be approximately 20 per cent less than in 1928 due mainly to tne stringent requirements of personality and deliverWh6n Paum Miss Logan dlscovthe new ceniftcatibn law arid to tho lines and dialog are outstanding assassin she is loath to exi depressed condition of the potato His inncf Pose him as he had saved her Kfol market which obtained diirinplVo screen Voice Is y 7V uwnGU a taltfitte screfen playecl by Alad Hale talking n faum Mlte Logan dlscov His long training as a thespian be fore entering motion pictures serves him well in the new screen art The Palace offers startiftfr Satur day one of the outstanding singing andtalking hits of the The Show Boat It is taken from the story by ESha Ferber and Florehz inegfelds stage production of The Show Boat All ofthe principals and the beauty chorus of Zicgfelds New York anci seen in this great offering by Carl Laemmele Mothers Boy a gripping humor in sdhg ahd speech with sights sounds tuhes and love will be atthe Cecil four days starting Saturday It is a story of romance ahd sentiment tunefullytold This monumental Broadway epic is the human story of Tommy OCay goldenvoiced son of fortune who blazed a path thru adversity to suc cess and love by the magic of his songs and the courage of his heart Thfe Bijou IS showing for last Some argue that the drinker mo uijuu iui iinj should he putlished with the seJIek lime Friday Gang War a thrillBut why Courier him as he had saved her life when attacked by the leopards Then follows a series of thrilling events seldom witnessed in any picture story Del Itio wins fresh laur during the market which obtained tar says Mr Tolaas Cobblers are the leading Varletv i by the applications and 3500 acres are to tie in d while Approximately 1 200 acres and 1000 acres 6r of mad hours of love between a prince ahd peasantgirl The RCA Photophone will present this mag lliticelil picture commencing next WednSsday s fiiue ot raw edies the massacre of S4 persona by Ihdlans iri Mlifdrd west oY here Aug 18 New Ulm Dedicates Marker of Tragedy with thrills and action Btihks Jackson id so oldfash ioned Say when that bird starts planning a vacation trip he still hunts up a time table instead oC a road Knquirer RADIO PROGRAMS manenllyrecorded with dedication of a state monumerit of Baffe Verj mont granite here today A dedica tory program was conducted at 10 a rrh dovetailing with the program SATURDAY JULY 6 WHO DES MOUSES p m News summary Program sponsored by NA tional Safety Council Popular program by the Merry Mlhslrels Symphonic music program Close hawiohy from N B C studios Park Central Hotel orchestra Weather forecast Bankers Life comic opera hour By tho Associated Press Programs in central Standard time All time is p m unless otherwise Indicated Wnve lengths on left of call letters kilocycles on right Uncle Quin scores dance Radio flporwalker Dance orchestras Old time first nights Hour from WBAF Nevs features dance 4 Historical highlights Orchestra singing school Mansfield and Lee Hour of melodies Hawaiians orchestra lliOO Dacce Polly Anna Gene MplsSt Scores dinner concert programs 24 Harriet band conccrl Scores dance music 2 SUNDAY JULY 7 WHO BES MOINES a hi Organ recital by Edita Usry Classical record program Services from BNai Jesherun congregation Des Moincs noon Biblical drama p m Classical program by Miladys luaiciarls Vocal selections by the Bal ladcrs Riveria string quartet NBC Religious Sunday forum Studio program Echoes of the Orient Face to face with our presi dents Programs im Central Stand ard time All time is p m un tens othenvlce Indicated Wave lengths on left of call letters kilocycles on right 4 Four Horsemen tenor piano 600 Pat Barnes ensemble to he announced Same as VVEAF Richard Henry Little Same fts WEAP quartet News feat dance 2Ahi 4283 WLW Orchestra WJZ program Concert orchestra Cino Singers cello recital Musical Novelesqued hrl 3702 VVCCO MplsSt Trinity Lutheran church as WABC 1 hrs Mnsicnl Lake Harriet band KELLYS HARP ORCHESTRA Ofr OSAGE Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night July fi AT THE ARMORY ADMISSION ALWAYS 26c Cunningham Radio Tubes Sold by BOOMHOWER STREETER Smilh Hardware Phone 142 113 N Federal Avc Satisfaction Assured RADIO Clintiingham Kadio Tubes and Distributed liy Central Battery Electric Co Hutnboldt Woman Waits 59 Years for Altho acting as one of the three secretaries to President Hoover since Mtirch Walter H Newton Is shown just being sworn in by N 1 ttsbstcr uhito house executive and disbursing clerk He had to resign as representative from iMIrinesota before being able to take the oath here yesterday continuing observ ance of New Ulnis seventyfifth birthday which opened Wednesday uu LciKe a uigureL v night and concluded Sunday oilr Milwaukee Journal The new high tariff may shove up sugar to a point we will be compelled to take a cigaret with IOWA The Fourth Is but you still have another Bargain Day at the Iowa FUN THRILLS MYSTERY SOME SHOW GOME AND SEE ljTjlLH1l SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY tfHE LEOPARD LADY With JACQUELINE LOGAN A remarkable screen melodrama packed with thrills and most n mazing climaxes HUMBOLDT July Mrs Earl UiolomeWfwho is nearing her eighty second birthday has been granted a pension aud is receiving ambntti after waiting nearly 59 years to apply Her husband Dr H Hotaling served in the Civil war and dropped dead at his home at Dakota Citv Nov 2 3869 Thursday and Friday BIG THRILL DRAMA with Oiive Borden and Jack Pickford mid FIRE DETECTIVE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY TOM TYLER PRIDE OF PAWNEE MASONortVSBEST THEATER TO SEE TO HEAR Greatest of AH Melody Films Ever Made Presented on o u r new RCA Photophone the latest and best of all sound in stallations Sweeping the country from coast to coast Break ing1 all house rec ords MORTO New low scale of Matinee 25c Every man an and child in North Iowashould see and hear this smashing hit ATTEND THE OPENING BARGAIN MATINEE SATURDAY Exrrpf Sundays and Holidays Evenings 40c ChildrenlOc Last Times Friday July S REGINALD DENNY in His Lucky Day DIALOG AND SOUND   

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