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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa PROPOSED UNION OF CHURCHES TO BE MAIN TOPIC Uniting Denominations to Be Discussed at Seattle By STANLEY BAILEY UnitedPress Staff Correspondent SEATTLE July 23 of two of the largest churches in America affecting the religious or ganizations of approximately 10 000000 persons will be one of the principal topics of theinternational convention of Disciples of the Christian will open here Aug 8 The Christian church will consid er union with the Northern Baptist church Differences between liberal and conservative factions of the church Is expected to develop during con sideration of the proposal The dif ferences according to Seattle min isters1 will center about the baptism ceremony Explains Difference The Baptists baptise because you are saved and the Disciples bap tise that you might be saved was CXTYLGLOBEGAZETTE the way in which Dr Marvin O Sansbury Seattle minister ex plained the difference The distinc tion however is not emphasized by the liberal elements of cither church It has however tended to pre vent the longdesired union of the northern and southern Baptist churches he added At the recentBaptist convention in Denver the Rev Sansbury said a committee was named to confer with representatives of the Chris tian church relative to the union The forthcoming convention is ex pected to name a similar body Two Major Problems In addition to the question of union of the churches the Christian convention will discuss two major pension fund for min istry which it is hoped to have established by Jan 1 1931 and se lection of a new president for the United Christian missionary society The question of the ministry pen sion is the largest financial under taking of the brotherhood It pro vides for a new plan with an ini tial reserve fund of lead ers announced Christian churches are located In 46 states and the District of Colum bia with the greatest numerical strength in the middle west ana south What a blow for the pessimists Even in the state of Nevada the marriages exceed the divorces Boone NewsRepublican TWIN CITIES AND DULUTH WARNED TO EXPECT RUSH Terminals Told to Prepare for Large Shipments of Wheat BISMARCK N Dak July 23 OF was issued to prepare for a heavy rush of grain to the Twin City and Duluth terminals by Cur tis L Kosher of Minneapolisgen eral chairman of the Northwest Shippers Advisory Boardatlts mid summer meeting today Opening the boards twentyeighth formal meeting Mr Mosher told rep resentatives of Minnesota North and South Dakota that the increasing use of the combine and other power machinery together with the recent betterment of prices indicates a rapid movement Largo Amount Stored In addition to the task of obtain ing freight cars as rapidly as will be needed a complication is faced be cause of the large amount of grain now in storage and which will re duce the warehouse capacity when the grain harvest hits the peak in the northwest he said Mr Mosher an official of the Federal Reserve Bank said he be lieved that crop production for the area will taxless than last year but that the early movement iwill ba very heavy An important need will be cooperation from elevator mei that freight cars areloade to their proper capacItyinsteado being loaded thus wastlnj transportation Fell Short of IJnjH call the boards attention ti thei fact that theaverageloading o wheat per carfell short of the aver age Joad limit per car on therail road makingtins best record during the crop movement of 1928 ty li tons whiethe road the poorest record during the crop movement wasshort of the averse load limit by 102 tons Mr Mosh er said It is a very significant fact tha if the loading of the cars of th wheatalone that was received in the Minneapolis market during 1928had been increased by an evei ton the differencewould have been equivalent to an increase of the car supply of 1500 cars This sufficient ly emphasizes the importance of eco nomy in the use of the car sunulv by full loading y Anniversary of Eastland Disaster at Chicago Ionia to Have Garage IONIAJuly Finne gan of Guttensburg hastented the Jake Klassen building here and will start a garage A Heathen country is one n which thepayrollcan be trans ported without an armored Brooklyn Times Yes Sir Its Made from the CREAM of the Cfl FERE are two food reasons why HM v r JL I7VF JLXO TT U T there is firstclass lubricating value in every drop of INDEPENDENT Motor Oil the choicest grades of crude from the more than ample production of INDE PENDENTS wells are selected to be manu factured into this worthy product bearing the INDEPENDENT TradeMark There is superior quality right from the start Cream of the Crude is paraffin base And par affin base oil is noted for its great heatresisting qualities Painstak mgrefiningunderlaboratory coh our modern refineries as sures a finished product second to none No wonder then that INDEPENDENT Par affin Base Motor Oil has won a reputation for quality Its sturdy body 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the planes construction For months hey have been tinkering with the iny racer and soon they hope to have It ready for its first test flight Completed in Secrecy Off in a secluded corner of the Naval Aircraft factory at the navy rard Americas hope for the Schneider trophy is being completed n secrecyEven navy flyers and mechanics have not been permitted o become too curious concerning he details of the craft Only AV Villiams who makes weekly visits from Washington arid high naw officials are permitted to inspect the ilane closely Officials of the aircraft factory refused to give out any information about the mystery plane but it vas understood to be the same one Villiams intended to race last year jut withdrew when he was unable o make sufficient trial tests It was aid however that the ship had leen almost completely rebuilt The powerful motor of Williams speeder will be a 25cyIinder X type Packard of 1200horsepowor iccording to information emanating from reliable sources Style Not Known Details of the body style are not yet known It was said the craft s a biplane extremely streamlined and trimmed down to almost noth ng The fuselage is very narrow and the cockpit Just large enough for the pilot to squeeze in Once seated he will have no room to shift his position more than a frac tion of an inch to the right or left Williams has said that unless the plane will fly faster than 300 milea er hour he will not try to wrest ie Schneider cup from Great Brit ain at Cowes England in Septein er He believes the other nation will enter planes that will easily fly faster The public will get Its first look at the navys flying tho craft has been Wil iams makes his first trial flight over the Delaware river Those who have had a fleeting impse of the plane believe Thurs ona and Booths tedious work of many months will not have been In vain The concensus is that those who witness the test flights will see man traveling faster than he has traveled in the United States before and it Is believed possibl that Wil liams may shatter the 318mile rcc ord of Major de BernhardI of Italy Zedar Falls Collects Relics of Early Days CEDAR FALLS July 23 INS by a special committee of the Cedar Falls Commercial club descendants of pioneer families of this section are making a collec tion of relics to be assembled in a permanent historical exhibit trac ing the growth and development of Cedar Falls from the early 50g The collection eventually it is planned will be placed in a fireproof steel cabinet in the city library The project has aroused much community interest Editor of Legionaire to Speak at Preston PRESTON July 23 twoday reunion of all patriotic or ganization members and war veter ans will be held here July 24 and 25 An elaborate program has been planned with Frank Miles editor of the Iowa Legionaire slated as I the principal speaker World war Spanish American and Civil war Permission Asked for Bromleys Trip Over Japanese Area TOKYO July 23 tion from the Tacoma Washington chamber of commerce for permis sion for Lieut Harold Bromley American airman to fly over or land on Japanese territory was re ceived today by the American em bassy in Tokyo and forwarded to the Japanese department of com munications The army field at Tachikawa 21 miles west of Tokyo is indicated as the probable landing place A cordial welcome is assured in Japan for Lieutenant Bromley ought to do some thing for that cold of yours A neglected cold often leads to seri ous consequences one isnt neglect ed Scores of my friends are look ing after Pathfinder TWO MEN FIGHT GIANT OCTOPUS Tentacles Hacked Off by Fisherman Off Pacific Coast LOS ANGERS July 23 The story of a battle between two men and a huge octopus off coast between Redondo and Point Firmin near here was told yester day by Web Monstad captain ofa fishing boat who fell Into the clutches of the devil fish but was saved when Roy Pettibone another fisherman came to his rescue Captain Monstad fell into a kelp bed while searching for fishing grounds A tentacle wrapped around his arm and the water became murky from a fluid released by the octopus Pettibone who was In a second boat saw Monstad flounder ing and forced his way thru tha kelp Pettibone trrived after Captain Monstad disappeared beneath the surface The man reappeared and Pettibone hacked off one tentacle after another Captain Monstad said as soonas Pettibone cut off ono nf the feelers another gripped him Hs fainted when Pettibone lifted him mtotho boat but was revived Ionia Store Is Sold IONIA July J HUdtuan has sold out his stock of merchan dise here to Mr Buhrow of Wever ly who expects to move hero by Aug 1 The president expects 10 lawyers to tell him how to make people live up to the law so they wont need any News MERKELS BARGAIN BASEMENT Presents Another Remarkable Wash Dress Sale 400 Beautiful Apron Dresses MADE OF 68x72 COUNT PRINTS 25 New Styles Shown For The First Time Wednesday SIZES 34 TO 52 A Quality Heretofore Used Only In Dresses Recently we held a sale of Wash Frocks at 99c which were pronounced as marvelous values by our customers Now we are offering even greater val ues at this price The 68x72 count fabric used in making these dresses is usually used in dresses Never before have we been able to procure dresses of such high quality at this low price Every pattern and color is are no extremes ORDER BY MAIL The styles pictured above come in sizes 34 to 46 Mail orders accepted bufc we cannot assure you of filling all orders as requested For that reason we suggest that you allow us to substitute if necessary A new dress if the colors run in Attend Our Bargain Basement MillEnd Sale Formerly KilliansZnc Our Bargain Basement MillEnd Sale Now in Progress
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