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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                lvl1 TWO At Mason City THEATERS One oftho most tuneful musical romances of the season Moonlieht and Pretzels was presented to large crowds at the Cecil theater over the weekend A number of tho seasons song hits are featured in the picture as well as very clever dance ensembles by fifty of New Yorks Broadway beauties The starring cast boasts a number of stage radio and screen celebrities Moonlight and Pretzels closes at the Cecil Tuesday evening A coolheaded little adventuress fresh frpm reform school who bar ters beauty for luxury and gets the surprise of her life when she finds real love in workaday surround ings is the exciting and dramatic role portrayed by Constance Ben nett in Bed of Hoses current at traction at the Palace theater Prin cipal supporting roles aro played by George Arliss first actor of the I itseff with screen is featured at the Strand control of the fortune Stars include Theodore Von Marian Marsb la iuttnn jtl H Monday and Tuesday in The Work1 ing with Bette Davis Arliss screen characterizations will g down in history as being unparallel go and Alan Hale ed and this new release is on a par with the standard established in previous productions Bette Davis Is onf o nd Zasu Pltts SURF BALLROOM CLEAR LAKE Clyde Grant AND HIS IOWANS TUESDAY August 8 GENTS 40c LADIES S5o figures In a sidesplitting tale filled All the laughs tears comedy and Wlth incidents tragedy of the olive drab doughboys are due to come to audiences at the v44G4it to UL me Towa theater Monday and Tuesday when Private Jones featuring the inimitable Lee Tracy plays there The picture is said to pro vide the dynamic actor with his greatest role and also stars He playdarcs of these outstanding pictures coming soon Cecil theater Mama Loves with Charlie Ruggles and Boland Helen Hayes and Montgomery in and crisp lines wll keep patrons of the theater entertained throughout the picture Ann Harding and Double William Powell and PACKERS WAGEHOUR CODE Xha Stranfl Gives You Top Notch Entertainment A real honesttogoodness detec tive drama comes to the Cecil thel ater Phillips Oppen sponse Chb ThSS Peek tfT th nlrtt i Mid II WI be Presented by Thomas Y Ira tale of LnUnbreathless raPid Wickbam chairman of the grai B Carey president of the Chicago board of trade A federal advisory council to as sist the forming policies and settling problems relat to employment is being set up MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE uj tuj American UP a thef img which has been preying upon lords and commoners alike With an equally strong cast and story Ce cil patrons are assured of a real evenings entertainment Joan Crawford Gary Cooper av strand starting Wednes weones in the starring roles of Today We Live a story by William ilkner brilliant American writer A lifetime crowded into 24 short hours a young girl faithful to three tut false to herself Youll en joy this dramatic romance s eng set up by the labor department and its per sonnel will be auuonded late this week will be composed of men and en representing employers em and the public who wui serve without pay Jr Morgan Signs NEW YORK Aug 7 p company announced to faythat the firm had signed th code in accord tvith th Principles of the national industria campaign Marie Dress Wallace Beery will be at i A starting Saturday in xugnoat Annie their latest com1 campaign edy drama taken from the Saturday Tbe Morgan firm was the first im Smelfvw03 of the same Portant private banking name bv I to tajte such action La5st week 000banks members of the Ameri can Bankers association signed a modifiedagreement designed to al Chaplain James A Ording above of Lcavenivorth peni tentiary nnd other members of the prison staff were sum marily was an nounced by the justice depart ment in Washington for grant Ing privileges to Terrene e Drug gan Chicago beer baron serv ing a sentence at Leavenworth Associated Press Ive stated frankly however that in my opinion being represented by a competent adjutant and editor means more to the Legion member ship in Iowa than the package of gum or the cigar that might be saved in this the membership could be mustered For a real anybody who takes the trouble to study the problem must reach this conclusion will have to be a corre sponding reduction of service In fowa by way of example the start ng point would in all probability be eliminating the Iowa Legionaire the Monthly would have to go Perhaps other economies could be what of their ultimate effect on our organization Operates Economically It would be easy to produce roof that no department operates more economically or efficiently ban our own and that there are few which approach Iowa But that isnt my purpose here I merely desire to urge upon the delegates here as sembled their responsibility to con sider well all elements of the situa tion before arriving at a conclusion This isnt intended as a defense for anybody I hesitate not an in stant to admit I think Skin Laird is the best adjutant in the American Legion and that Frank Miles is the ablest editor publicity manand AUGUST 7 1933 DUBUQUE FETES LEGION OF IOWA Continued From Poje 1 er of the Dubuque post opened to days speaking program with ad dresses of welcome to which Mr Hall and Mrs Esther Thompson president of the Iowa department of the Legion auxiliary responded Speech of Welcome We welcome you to Dubuque sincerely desire that your visit will be pleasant Mayor Kane ired To be host to the dele gates of the state convention of th American Legion is an honor It i a privilege for me as mayor of thi city to welcome you and the men o rhom you bring here t the affairs of this con u doubly an honor for ug o to welcome the Legion of Iowa for we know wha merican Legion is doing fo tate and nation Dubuque is of its own American Legion post proud of its record of citizen Proud of the part the post Bd in shaping the great programs of the state and nationa Subuqu Legion has Ice lmate Tastl September and at Indianapolis last November when I rubbed shoulders I wrth the commanders of every de the Forty aid Eight Mrs M partment m our organization Im ton Skelley departmentstcre ior Both of them I believe each has of the Legion auxiliary Been and is worthy of his hire I ac Blanche Allbee national vice KHOWledeP n InvoA nf fho COMPENSATION OF 1 r n w I V lias I VVlEfiin Mflr VETS NOT md my administration But I Dowell national secretary of toe V ii I J 1U I hope I may be credited with an abil auxiliary F L Quade department ity to put American Legion welfare ac ee naona vice knowledge a large contribution fent of the American Legion from them in whatever success has iary Mrs Gwendolyn VVierin Mat marked m a Dowe Continued From Page 1 vr wi me aarne name by Norman Reilly Everyone will enjoy this storv whirh re unites Min and Bill W Palace theater Wednesday Thurs dav FridayWilliam Powell has the stellar role in this picture the Plot concerns a love racket and TAKE UP STRIKES WASHINGTON iho feature attraction Starts WEDNESDAY TODAY WE LIVE Joan Crawford G Cooper coming to the mng o the Iowa theater Wednesdayf Is based The Spirit of Life Lovq Laughter New Songs Lovely Girls y MOONLIGHT AND PRETZELS Wth Stage Screen Radio Celebrities Leo ABDED Prvoj Comedy IliJliJt Miles Bobby Wtton Willfim Frtwlcy Alexindtr Gray ifc a MiU Brihon Klclurd King Starts WEDNESDAY IOWA Bint lOc Eve I5c PRIVATE JONES With Donald Conk Emma Shirley Grey Frank McHugh ItuBsell Glcason PITTSXODD COMEDY CARTOONS 7 i uuu41 iiitvii of tfie rc suits vldence in divorce covery administration labor advis t U3 and Ky committee said today that Oie Pennsylvania hosiery aid Holly Gordon wood movie strikers would be taken up by the new conciliation board as soon v ittteb s rWotafaa also a member of tie new conciliation board created Fri day by President Roosevelt to end Industrial strikes that were inter fering with the recovery program said the board might meet late to day If the members could not get together for a meeting today he said a meeting would be held to morrow Wolman said the procedure prob ably would be the appointment of subcommittees to take up the ho siery and Hollywood strikes PLANWilY ROAD PROJECTS Bids to Be Received and Jobs Let With Approval Obtained DES MOINES Aug 7 WVState officials today expressed the hope L s reemployment program couldbe started this week through Uie 110000000 federal works appro roads exPeQditure on Iowa works administration w public at Washington announced Saturday the roads program sub Iowa and following the approval of the public work dis trict engineer at Omaha of individ ual projects bids will be received and contracts Jet Plan OH Treatment Uf tne total is to be t iPtvlng mlles of state federal highways and the balance in teaUng of roads and Bridges railroad crossings sub and cul in this vould merit the national com tnandertihip on the basis of his per ormance on this one assignment For Strong Language For a time after the passage of his measure I confess I was deep ly concerned lest our national com raander commit himself and our or ganization to too much in the sweet name of loyalty and patriotism I I still the was another and a better way to approach this problem of govern mental economy than by making the needy and disabled service man We beginning point and the brunt organ as the present it made rather than weaker that etain in the positions of men who in administra functionlng or in ability to tell Legion story will seve us with distinction So far as I personally am I think Ive been in as good a position as body this year to weigh the of dollar scarcity on naemberslflp I should be ever so much more Ill created in getting better men than ve now have for the same or for more money than I am In taking a chance on inferior men for less money rm not ready to accept the thesis that anvhnrt js more enm cvLtu toe Grunt r n t of the retrenchment program My lat mpulse was to employ strong Ian d to abie servants than this Am guage to give outlet to my ftrontr erlcan Legion of ours eeliDS Responds to Mayor Proceeded in J 3on36 address UCLJCU Liueiic commander of the G A RB H Patterson of Des Moines depart commander of the Unite war vote rang lary of Indianapolis of the Forty ij Anderflinffe Dubuque department command Veterans of Foreign Wars A Brown of Sioux City fcaj of the Dis abled American Veterans of the ClevM JTSv John A EIdon LS0P Legionnaires were a Mwiiiiouii jAiuuceuea in another way He said in effect Mr President we believe youre dead wrong about some fundamental as pects of your economy program so tar as it affectg the disabled and needy service man But in the same spirit of patriotism that motivated us 15 years ago were willing to go Mong with you untilwe bal male theclosing days of the con the superior judgment of national organizations in a the qoftnnin revision and f nlf f the dra3tio actand the sum Is a large 5ttributed to this policy of Of and Jf that I stand convicted Not Right Yet It Isnt my wish to suggest that terana1 lawq in in their present form or anywhere near right It hasnt been made clear to me how the federal budget is going to be placed in balance by taking tnree or four hundred million dol ars from the disabled man on one a spending or arranging to t a3 on the day for the planting of sap X some other activity not ord narlly by the es Processes of govJnment I takes a trick book balance out of that the conviction has that thats exactlv the disabled rather rather than county seat a common pauper dc Starts SATURDAY DRESSIER BEERY Meet Your Friends AT THE CECIL Headquarters for The BEST SHOWS John FOR ADULTS ONLY BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THESE BIG SHOWS PLAY ING THE PALACE COMMONSENSE PRICES Eve Starts WEDNESDAY h0mt Sn the state wil e benefitted by actual construction work state officials said The first four paving projects to be under taken are 4 Paving Projects Oscepla county68 miles on No 33 north and east of Siblcy to the present paving on No 0 Clay miles on the re location of No 10 directly east of the paving east of Peterson to the junction with No 7 Carroll miles on No from Manning east to No 71 SIdt milea on from Humboldt south to the Webster county line w vtn dUUJ Vffti W welcome at the opening of the con vention Mr Hal said in part Mayor Kane speaking for th Iowa department of the America Legion I want to thank you fo the warmth of your welcome A along 1 ve known that we wer coming to a community which fo hospitality Isnt on th western heaUspttererBuVits goo to have your vocal asmirance her Ju terms so specific that they coul be used against you in the even of a trial In my jaunts about the stat this year Ive been assuring m Legion audiences that the stat conventions of the past were mer practice sessions for the real even which got under way here yester day Ive been quoting old heads o our organization as sayingtha your convention setup was the closest approach to perfection ever achieved in Iowa In fact Ive made it appear that the sole purpose of the national convention in Chicago would be to ratify the decisions we arrive at hece in Dubuque Has Changed Things First of all 1 would assure you that we dont go in for taking a town to pieces any more Age that greatest of reformers has got in its lick We average 40 in years and 190 in weight Our architec ture and our rheumatism are against us when it comes to swing ing from chandeliers We havent lost our appreciation of this and other youthful activities I hasten to assure you But we pretty much have to stand on the sidelines and express our appreciation by clapc ing our hands Ive probably been guilty of go ing a little too far in descrlbin our senility So have our critics in painting us as The thought I wanted to convey was that the American Legion is an organization of unsurpassed stability and good citizenship our members hav reached maturity physically and In tellectually it may interest you t know that from every one of th 14 cities In which we have held on national convention weve had ion to come bac Murphy jv murphy of Ida Grove man or the Legions national leeis a fast I of the organ izations legislative program de clared that powerful financial groups interested in nnancial ur waa necessary to vil Iify the veteran and to discredit the They i profpaganda ln the maga and metropolitan press They have grievously misled the Ameri can people In a measure succeeded in their but their success has been short lived Champ Drum Corps The state champion drum and bu Ie corps from Knoxvllle gavefapro odSOSr U dUrng noon oday Preliminaries in the state be le contest wlu be held tonight with more than 25 RADIO TUBES TESTED FREE IN OUR STORE GBUNOVV SUPER SERVICE The urat real advance n fi trio refrigeration for the home VANCE MUSIC CO 1N 5IUSIC 124 North Federal Phone 798 Tried to Be Candid me a number of occasions arfd Ive mn show ttat I ni n thousand dol ARIZONA WILL VOTE ON REPEAL Expected to Be 21st State to Declare Opposition to Prohibition PHOENIX Ariz Aug 7 h t1na will decide tomorrow whether this state is to become the wentyfirst to the union to lane eighteenth amend time bcen on trial UP to But surely Im not now ciU0 the queriea on c Ive opened with this truism The American Legion has the klnd flve days before date of election a court battle to restrain the casting of ballots of mere clerks In the department dues Man Held at Austin Not From Mason City S after C0fnfs3cd to car thett rreat here for Mason City Iowa He named his companion in theft who is still at large as a Mason City man corps competing Eight of the best will be chosen for the final compe tition Tuesday evening At Tuesdays convention eession the delegates will be addressed by Governor Herring Senator Louis J Murphy of Dubuque James P Ring Jey Illinois department commander and Dr F L Williams regional manager of the United States veter ans administration Louis Johnson of New Jersey na tional commander and Hanford MacNider of Mason City past na tional commander are scheduled to speak at Wednesdays session which will also see the election of depart ment officers for the coming year and naming of the 1934 convention site Held at Rapids for Attack With Knife CEDAR RAPIDS Aug 7 A B Kirkpatrick 51 was held In jail Sunday on a charge of assault with intent to commit murder grow ing out of the wounding of W T Shannon 56 with a pocket knife AUTOMATIC i FREE In Our Opinion be withdrawn soon Low Easy Terms i A DRAMATIC OFFERING m FUR GOATS Dont Wait Until Winter U Buy NOW Next winter touch these sensational values wont be In one of our highest quality Fur Coats NOW will benefit you for several years See our spec tacular fur values while prices are at a low level smart women will select a fur coat now and save money Phone 788 or 789 CLEANERS FURRIERS I L   

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