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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                1NEAPPLE PACK S EXPECTED TO FRAIL DEMANDS growing Demands for Fruit Exceed Swraly Capacity of Packers HONOLULUSept 7 to domestic and Ifpreigri demand for heir product thatis considered the areatest in the history of industry liawaiian pineapplepackers arc with thenecessity of curtail ipg orders already booked because ey riot have sufficient fruit io meetrequirements Approximately 200000000 cans of Sawaiian pineapplepacked or to be packed and representing the terri torys1929 outturn have been sold Thepacking companies have no hes itancy in stating that they1 could sell tflore without difficulty May Curtail Orders theimmediate results will be that orders for canned pineapple bgoked prior to tha recent announce opening prices for 1929 will is have to be cur tjdled to some not generally but at least qf them Decisionhas already been reached by one com pany to prp rate its pack some of Its customers receiving approxi mately 75 per centVqf their orders othersaround de ordered Kitis estimated that 90 per cent of the Hawaiian canned pineapple output this season will go to the Amencanmarket andthat the re maining 10 per cent will reacK Eu wpp Incidentally the existingde an increase in both tne foreign and domestic markets tLocal packers stated that indica of demandfor Hawaiian pineapple began appear ing late in 3928 Numerous reasons are advanced to explain this One toe comparatively sraall peach crop on the mainlandthis sumrpcr Another vis that tfie intensive ad vertising campaigns conducted by the pineapple canners are servins awaken the nation to a better of ttie Hawaiiari proauct Inaddition to the 1929 pineapple pjjick beingoversoldthe satisfacr tory position of the industry finari 2ally anrt physically is emphasized by the probability that 1929 will be a banner year for the canneries standpointof production JASON crrr GLOBEGAZETTE Star Gazing ITALY SEEKS scng One of the last in the forward HOLLYWOOD Sept nT I O T A 11 I I KcLaglen is about to burst into CHILD BIRTHIIDICT Government and Church Are Uniting to Stamp Out Birth Control ROME Sept f UP Cath olic episcopate iri Italy hasjoined hands with tha government on the question of the demographic devel opment of the country The fervid campagn initiated by Premier Mussolini to stimulatemarriage and increase birthrate has always had the approval of ithe clergy here but the bishops have now gone fur ther and have issued orders to the parish prieststo point out to their flocks the religious and morali as well as social sides of the important question Instruct Pastors The parishpriests havebeen in structed towarn ers of he evilsqf birth control and all practices tending to pervert the true objects of marriage The Catholic clergy thruout Italy have been told to indicate tothose tinder their i theessential 6b jecta of marriage juridically deter mined in canon 1013 of the canon iawv whereby it is established that the primary end of matrimony is procreation and education of children Special sermons on matrimony and the married state are tobe preached inall the churches of Italy and the priests are particular to bring to the notice of their flocks the new ordinance of the Sacred Congregation of the Sacrament whereby Catholics in Italy must marry only according to the relig ious rite Use Religious Rite Until the Concordant of Feb 11 a civil ceremonyhad to be added to Myrna toys exotic beauty coupled with her charming voice makes her a rising figure in day of talkies Her next role is with Monte Blue in Isle of Escape phalanx of movie personages to feel the inuslcalurge Vic is to do some yodeling in a forthcoming film is no cause to believethat Vic hasnt a good voice Surely he 01 ght to be able to do as well as some of the current tonsil artists featured in the screamies Just how long the tendency to turn capable screen players into so called singers will continue is be yond the ken of this department At the outset it was SON GITYS no Official estimates1 are available it is quite Hkely that the of 1929 will very closely ap Broach the 9000000case which will be the largeskpack in the ill rtpnaYtrrtttnt vi uttu tu uu OUUCU LU fteured thTfad ithe but now the fcr smgiefhalf talkiepictures 4 binding by would not list this he the land The Congrega ABOVE IS A SCENE FROM THE HOTTENTOT THE chief attraction at the Palace theater for four days starting Sat urday Edward Everett Hortoa Is featured DAVID ROLLINS AND SUE CAROL IN A SCENE v FROM Follies of 1929 a singing dancing talking musical comedy1 which ojjened a sevenday engagement at the Cecil Saturday afternoon It is said to be the most intimate Follies ever hearU or seen I lion of the Sacraments has now Transplanted light opera and the Sacraments has now afe sical comedy stars of course lead solutely forbiddenCatholicsto mar their less experienced fellow workfry according to the civil law in aci ers from the ranks of the old silent I civil law in the religiousrite Confessors have received Instruc severe against movie industry in the matter of Confessors have rt vucal music It doesnt seem fair to to be especially agaou forcethe oldsilent stars under the committed in the namo of birth efided burden of having to as control which the Church absolutely well as talk refuses to admit Absolution for the The one bright spot in all this is slnot having practiced birth control that a few of the silent movie folk s only to be given when thfi nnnfes i J f i crtro mt movie folk elvc out to be firstrate are convinced that such prac song birds ticesare notlikelyto be repeated second vice president Mrs H L BecVc secretary Throssel treasureriirsOttbBuck chap historian that TMASOKeiTYl yAiiuittl ijiliu utlt the increasing demand unquestion ably will cause the packers to tegin of new landsof pine apple cultivation He added that Hiere is still available cpnalderatjle undeveloped areas on which the fruit can be grown i royd Mrs Sondergaard and Mrs Mary Dorsey were servers The auxiliary decided to put forti extra sparkle splendor effort to be the first unit in the niost intimate FoK eor o e e firs unt in the me oes ever ear or state to go Vover the top with dues seen It is coming here after a reo ordbreakin triumh at he Rox Thornton Auxiliary to Payment of Societys Regular Dues V THORNTON Sept have beeneledted as follows forthe Thornton Legion auxiliary Prcai dent Lena first vice president Mrs James Hemming of 1939 100 per cent singing dancingand talkingr openeti aiia a sevenday at the The Saturday afternoon Thispicture of splendor and girls is the es ever heard or Iowa Boys Are on Way Home From Meeting of Boy Scouts in England MONTICELLO Sept 7 will be back to school next week for a party of eight Iowa Boy Scouts returning from the interna tional scout jamboree at Birken head England The group uader the leadership of ScoutmasterRay mond T Moore of Monticello ex pects to arrive at Quebec Canada Sept B Altho letters from the boys indi cate they will find it hard to set tle down to a bookstudy of geo graphy after they have seen in per son many of the counties which heretofore have been only red or green splotches on a map they are filled with tales of their experiences to relate to wideeyed schoolmates The lowans who made the trip ara Robert Moody of Nora Springs Raymond Latham of Cedar Edmund Wodrich of Mount Vernon William Green of Cedar Rapids Howard Remleyof Anamosa Jameii Dawson of Cedar Rapids E Thayer Curry of Mason City and James Ricklefs of Monticello Escorted by Moore they left Cedar Rapids July 18 t RADIO PROGRAMS RED GRANGE OF FOOTBAM FAME APPEARS IffTHE Bijou feature The Raclngr Romeo for Saturday and Sunday payments Finds Bine Light Shrimp MANILLA Sept 7 aaw ordbreaking triumph at the Roxy theater New York A hundred Broadway shows have been rolled into one glorious singing dancing and laughing spectacle Americas i rr greatest beauty corps passes in re of emits a bluvue in the most tourious amuw ish phosphorescent bght was dis ment ever devised for stage nr coveredoust outside Manila Bay re screenaccording to a1 noted critin cently by a Danish oceanographic Hear and seo the spectacular undcr expedihon imder Prof Johannes seas balletiUhe hilarious Harlem Schmidt The specimens were night club snappyfrolits caught at a depthof 1500 fathoms j5 HERE ABE VIRGINIA BRADFORD AND SAM DE GRASSE as they appear ui the Wreck of the tho feature picture at the Iowa theater Saturday Sunday and Monday COMING ATTRACTIONS and SUNDAY 10 CENTS and 20 CENTS That Great Football Player THRILLS YOU AGAIN IN With RED GRANGE JOBYNARALSTON TRIXIE FRIGANZA WALTER HIERS Thrills Spills and Chills on theseashore the riproaring achoolroom antics the glittering Fifth avenue promenade and many other scenes of splendor Col hers famous stage success now a per cent talking and laugliinff picture is the feature attraction at the Palacethru Tuesday Theall star cast of this mirth provoker is the famqugcomedlariEdward Ev erett Horton Warner Brothers vho produced the first talking picture now give amusement fans one of the greatest laughmaking produc tions ever offeredThis picture will have its first snowing in Iowa start ing Saturday matinee at the Palace theater The midnight show at pmSaturday wiE be presented os usual Buth famous Anieri 9anaSe actress plays the title role m is comingto the CecilSept 14 On the stage her name is a household word as tbe result of Come Out of the Kitchen i Mary Rose and others other big successes Richard Carle once the reigning Broadwav star of musical comedy Lewis atone famous stage actor and later a screen star and Raymond Haclc ett who played the lead in the stag play The Trial of Mary Dugnii and incidentally once supported garrymore on the stage in Tlio Copperhead are among the play ers Other stage and screen celebri ties are Mitchell Lewis Besserer TJllric Haupt Carroll Nye Claud King Chappell Dossett ana Sidney Toler The Palace offers for three dav9 i ri I WedncBday Buddy Rogers in the Paramount 100 per cent ing picture The River of Romance from the story by that famous writer Booth Talkington Critics are loud in their praikl of this p that III i by his work in this ish the action is swift and the in terest is sustained to the final scene The scenes of the shipwreck are among the most realistic cinema spectacles that have ever been shown on a screen The story is Intensely dramaticand the appeal awakened by the simple love scenes between the heroine and her swef t heart is aa distinct as it is deep The Cocoanuts withthe famous Marx brothers four extraordinary comedianswill open at the Palarvb Saturday Sept 14 Their Broadway production which cose a seat is to be presented here at regular Paries movie prices The Bijou is showing Saturday Sept 7 and Sunday the celebrated Phantom of the Gridiron Red Grange in Racing Romeo a big thrill drama Red as an aufo racer will give you as many thrills ai he did in the footballfield A fanatic is a man who thinks you a narrowminded dry or a wicket wet if you dont cheer when talks Journal CECIL Starting Saturday for one The all singing dancing and talk ing Follies of 1929 with the Sue Carol Lola LanceSharon Lynn JohnBreeden Dixie Lee David Percy David Rollins Frank Rich ardson and Stepin Fetchit The most fr intimate Follies ever heard or seen PALACE SaturdaySunday Monday Tuea Hottentot Warner Brothers 100 per cent talking com edy with Edward Everett Horton Wednesday Thursday Rogers in Paramounts all talking The River of Romance BIJOU Saturday and Grange in Racing Romeo a thrill ing auto racingstory Monday and Haines in TheDuke Steps Out WednesdayiAllce White in The Show Girl Thursday Friday Seven Footprints to Satan Tuesday and ROT king of wild horses with JackPer rin in Hoofbeats of Vengeance Thursday and Pi rate of Panama two comedies and western Saturday Sunday Monday Helen Thadwick and Douglas Fairbanks Jr in Modern Mothers Humboldl County Fail Is Financial Success HUMBOLDT Sept 7 Cassia secretary of the Humboldt county fair association reports net gain after the expenses of the fair were paid The cost of ttie entertainment together with amount paid in prizes and premi ums was close to 5100001 Consider ing that the state fair was the same date as theHumboldt fair and sev eral other fairs were iri progress the fair officers were pleased with the financial success VVH0 DBS MOINES Monday September 9 a m Parnassus Trio Commercial program Longines time signal Commercial program Radio household institute Novelty Trio popular pro gram Market and weather re ports Road reports Mac Ohman popular enter tainer Commercial program Your Home and Mine household helps U s dally newa dispatches Talk on Landscape archi A Robinson Noon Commercial pro gram p m National Farm and Homo Studio program Merry Minstrels popular E R Harlan talk on Ida county Iowa Science news of the week News summary MONDAY SEPT 9 Uncle Quin scores dance Radio floorwalker Same as WEAF iawrence Salerno Same as WEAF News features C3 WJZ 30 chorus WJZ program Concert Gene Ford t Glem The club orchestra Chime reveries Dance Polly and Anna Gene Ford Glenn 30 STOSrWCCO MplsSt Scores sports musical WABC 30 dinner music Clarinet orchestra WABC 30 brevities Concert orchestras scores St Paul musicians IS Tns American girl Very apt in some things Very slow and dumb in other thingsShe can learn n S3 minutes how to operate a motor car but It takes her 20 years to learn the first principles of a washing ma I Globe MASON CITYS FINEST THEATER Delightful in every respect Tiit Wreck of the Hesperus a De Mil le ng r in Bradford Frank Marion Alan Hale and Sam De Grasse is at the Jowa dav TM Urday tSf ThiS Bcreen version of icong fellows famous poem is in eve AT spect a tremendous production and If it were possible for a motion pl ture to have a soul this certainly has a vibrant one From start to fln YOUTH SET TO MUSIC WITH NEVER ENDING DANCES TALKING SINGING DANCING MOVIETONE THE TRIUMPH OF THE YEAR Outstanding Song Hits WALKING WITH SUE THATS YOU BABY BIG CITY BREAKWAY 200 MUSICAL COMEDY PERFORMERS including SUB CAROL IOLA LANE SHARON lYNN JOHN BREEDEN DIXIE TJEK OAVID PEROi DAVID ROLLINS FRANK RICHARDSON and STEPIN FETCHIT I First Time at These Prices MATINEE 35c EVENING TT 50c CHILDREN JOn CONTINUOUS SHOWS SUNDAY STARTING AT 1 3 5 7 9   

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