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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1929, Mason City, Iowa REPORTER SPANS WeekEnd Attractions at Local Movie Theaters KEEPS HIS DATE A P News Writer One of Passengers n Air Rail Line By W W CHAPLIN Associated Press Staff Writer NEW YORK July 13 Sunday night the city editor of the New York office of the Associated Press said to one of his reporters I have a little assignment for you Bill a ran out of town Okay said the reporter where to Los Angeles said the city editor Have a heart boss said the re porter I got a date next Friday I just cant break Nobody asked you to said the city editor Youll be back for it alfead of time Went on First Plane So began the fastest round trip between the Atlantic and Pacific by a regular passenger system In the history of transportation The reporters assignment was to go along on the inaugural journey of the transcontinental air trans port the airrail line with which Col Charles A Lindbergh is con nected He left New York Sunday i night spent Tuesday night in Los Angeles and was back in New York Friday morning four days and a half for a journey of 5704 miles of which3822 miles were traveled by t air and 1882 by rain Hello Bill said thecity editor Pretty soft for you Regular vaca v tton Lets have a little story about Have a heart boss said the re porter Look heres some notes I a THIS IS THE WAY TOM MIX AND NATALIE JOYCE AP pear In the western Daredevils Reward the feature at tho Bijou theater Saturday and Sunday VICTOR McLAGLKN PHILIP DELACEY AND BELLE BENNETT ABB FEATURED IN Mother Machree which is being presented by ths RCA Photophone for four daya at the Cecil start ing Saturday July 13 The bill also includes Movietone vaudeville comedy and news events n Citys THEATERS Saturday afternoon the RCA Photophone 515000 sound installa f tl0 opened Machree made along the wav Let one of the tae Ceo and thls talking master boys put it In shape will you I Victor McLaglen and told you I got a datetoday I never e will continue thru thot Id make It but here T am Took Air at Columbus Thenotes showed that the I Belle Bennett will continue thru Tuesday Miss Bennett won in i ternational fame by her unforget table performance in Stella Dal las brings to this sweetest of Irish porter with two plane loads of other airrail passengers left New stones a broad human sympathy York by train on the inaugural fnd a ful compliment of mother journey of the T A T They took to i ove drawn the recesses of her the air at Columbus Ohio Monday own BoulStudio critics have pro Tlino nnH flATir TX7iI HOUnCed her Tirnspnh e air at Columbus Ohio unties nave pro morning and flew to Waynoka ouncfia present characteriza Okla that night they entrained for lon one the most touching roles N M taking a plane she has ever attempted Humor and Patnos are adroitl blen Okla Clovis there Tuesday In Los Angeles taking a plane pe umor a morning and arriving I Patnos are adroitly blended in es that night 48 hours i swiftlymoving plot which reaches climax when Miss B climax when Miss Bennett after leaving the Atlantic coast ax wen ss ennett The only one of these passengers by the necessity of from New York to start right back claiming or rejecting her own son was the reporter who left Los o Angeles Wednesday morning raakI The Palace opens Saturday with ing the same plane and train hops the 100 per cent talking as on the way out and arriving here and dancing yitaphohe pictur ALICE WHITE BROADWAY STAGE STAR AND CHARLES Oelanger above as they appear In the Palace theater attraction Broadway Baby The pictureIs 100 per cent talking and will run for lour days starting Saturday this morning from Babies featuring that psp girt The pic tie air course lay Broad way It has beautiful night direCUy over the burning deserts of club and musical comedy scenes New Mexico and Arizona The trip Alice White is heard singing and was without untoward incident exVdancing and is assisted by a biff cept for one nearaccident Rt ninvis rhnma nf i ij cept for one near accident at N M on the way out Yellowstone Park Personnel Enjoy Visit From Rules chorus of Broadway beauties Man ager Heffner after previewing ths picture stated that he had an ideal picture for this summer weather and one that he guarantees en tertain Four acts of vitaphone vaudeville and the talking news will also be seen Aspecial shbw will be given Saturday night which starts immediately after the regular show YELLOWSTONE PARK Wyo at 11 US The Palace started this z July As dependable asr Old six weeks ago and It Faithful geyser Senator A L Rule bas proven very successful Man of Mason City Iowa has returned aSer Heffner states You can now to the Yellowstone National park to come anv time Snhirrfnv 1T spend another summer The senator his wife and daughter Margaret I arrived in Yellowstone on the last Dramatic thrilling and exquisite day of June and will be joined later ly appealing Phyllis Havens new any time Saturday evening up and see anentire show Edith who Shad Lady to the Cecil next Not even the Yellowstone Park Wednesday Miss Havers role is 1D awomanwitoaprLonher the nabonal than Sen head who is hiding in Havana A ator Rule Earh fnr crook admirably portrayed by Louis ator Rule Each season for the past eight or nine years he has visited the park until now residents and oC flelals of the Yellowstone have jpon him as a tour ist regarding him as an old timer who has a name for every anima In the reserve Wolhelm learns her secret and holds her in his power until she meets an American sdldieroffor rMoort tn iort iuBotaBU American soiaierottor nWm a I0ur i tune in lne Person Robert Arm 1st reerardme him strong Then things happen swiftly and in a manner greatly to the j liking of every spectator Miss Haver never was seen to finer ad vantage on the screen and his family move from place to place in the Yellow storig thruout the park season aud vwwtwwu UUIA JLIIC JLaim have become acquainted with all ofj the coming thruout the year It is great crowds of summer season The Palace manager announces one Of the best at he has offered this Maurice Chevalier in of Paris Mr Chevalier a noted French entertainer was brot W the United States by Para mount to make this picture He was loanedto where he was a tremendous success and at once earned the name of the French Al Jolson Critics say that he ban a wonderful personality and is not an imitator of Mr Jolson but that he has a style all his own a style that wins you from the start He has a wonderful singing voice and he will be a feature attraction at the Palace The Bijou offers Saturday and Sunday Tom Mix and his horse Tony in Daredevils Reward1 a thrilling action picture of the old west Tom and Tony have many thrilling stunts for their admirers Despite the fame and fortune heaped upon the heads of motion picture stars HootGibson slar of the Universal production Smilin Guns now showing at the Iowa theater maintains that being a star is the toughest job he ever had And Hoot has had plenty of tough ones When I used to push thru blinding1 Nebraska blizzards in search of stranded cattle I thot that was tough says Hoot But that doesnt compare to being a movie star Not only is the acting very exacting but the resultant fanfare ballyhoo and bunk that accompanies stardom would try the patience of a Job I guess I will always be a cowboy at heart I have never gotten used to being a celebrity William Haines will be seen at the Bijou Monday and Tuesday in Alias Jimmy Valentine conceded by many his greatest screen offer ing Even if It is not his greatest it offers wonderful entertainment COMING ATTRACTIONS CECIL Saturday Sunday Monday Tues RCA Photophone presents Mother Machree with Victor Mc Laglen and Belle Bennett Also Movietone vaudeville comedy and news events Wednesday Thursday Phyllis Haver in The Shady Lady with Robert Armstrong Besides this talking picture movietone vaudeville comedy and news will be presented PALACE Saturday Sunday Monday Tues Babies 100 per cent talking and singing picture starring Alice White and Charles Delaney Wednesday Thursday Friday Mary Brian and Richard Arlen In the alltalkie The Man I Love BIJOU Saturday and Mix and Tony in Dare devils Re ward Monday and Haines in Alias Jimmy Valen tine Flying Bucka roo starring Wally Wales Thursday and Conklin in Taxi 13 IOWA Saturday Sunday Gibson in Smilin1 Guns Hanan Rites to Be at Fredericksburg BREDERICKSBURG July 13 Word was received this morning of death of Mrs Lillie Hanan at the home of her daughter Mrs Zelma Hammond at Garner Mrs had been ill for the past uvo or three years She was a resident of Fredericksburg for several years She will be buried at Fredericks burg Film Actress Sets Date for Wedding to Millionaire Heir HOLLYWOOD Cal July 13 Stewart film actress who Mveral weeks ago announced she Would be married soon to George Converse heir of the millionaire New York family last night said that July 24 had been selected as the date of the wedding The plans for the wedding were laid following the granting to Miss Stewart yesterday of a final decree of divorce from Rudolph Cameron stage actor The ceremony will be held In the patio of the brides home Former Humboldt Man Dies HUMBOLDT July T Htjrgen 65 retired farmer and a resident of Humboldt county for 40 died suddenly Colo yeaterdw following a paralytic Body washing and polishing greasing motor matter what you want done for your car or what make of car you drive bring it here All work guaranteed satisfactory Youll find our rates are satisfactory too WRECKER NIGHT CHRYSLER SALES AND SERVICE Sfoner Motor Sales PHONE 992 2224 1st ST S E A Straight Line Mark of Success NOTICE the clothing of the most successful mna you know Youll see that the crease of his trousers runs iii an unbroken straight line from his waist to his instepTheres no business the knees of the trousers of successful rnenl If you wantto be successful you must look successful Careless wrinkled clothes baggy knees keep you from Selling the money you are realty worth We can help you look successful With our new modem pressing equipment vre can make your clothing fit and look like your trousers a lasting straightline crease Phone us today weJl send for your suit at once Phone 600 SUITS Cleaned and Pressed J DC LYONS Laundry and Cleaners Tuesday and Quitter with Ben Lyoa and Dor othy Revier Thursday and western two comedies and chapterplay The Final Reckoning Armstrong Has Rites for Suicide Victim ARMSTRONG July al services were held at the opera house Thursday afternoon for Mrs Lucille Felkey Questad who cniii mitted suicide in St Paul by taking poison The Rev E T Lundy of the Lutheran church was In charge MENTALLY ILL IN TEXASHOSPITALS IN NEED OF BEDS Situation of Veterans Is Seri ous Says Legion Bureau WASHINGTON July more serious situation confronts the mentally ill veterans of the World war than was realized last whiter when congress failed to pass a bill authorizing additional hospital con struction accordingto reports re ceived by the American Legion working in conjunction with state authorities and the Veterans bu reau to determine the acute need of more beds The situation in Texas is taken at random from the many reports received Statements received from R B Walthall chairman of the state board of control having jurisdiction of state hospitals in Texas J C Anderson M D state health of ficer at Texas and Ross R CMe Texas department adjutant of the Legion tell of badly overcrowded conditions In the Texas state Insti tutions which are attempting to care for mentally 111 veterans who are unable to obtain government treatment because of a lack of beds in government hospitals Too Many Patients Most physicians will agree that we have fully 20 per cent too many patients considering the facilities for treatment Chairman Walthall says The state institutions are fearfully overcrowded but we hve made a practice of admitting all exservice men where they could not be gotten into a Federal hospi tal A new survey is now being made but I am sure there are sever al hundred exservice men in the state hospitals We feel that these men should be in a Federal hospital but as long as we cannot get them A friend of ours observes that an attractive wife can get everything her husband has except his view Signal of there in the best way they can under the circumstances Applies to Others The same applies to the other four institutions of the same in Texas he says At Austin there are only four physlcnans to take care of the 2300 patients and 300 employes I am reliably in formed It is Impossible to care for ttje physical condition of these pa tients except in a halfway manner without any hope to do much to ward curing the mental condition Texas must have a government nou ropsychiatrlc of not less than 300 beds in the next appropriations bill to care for our mentally disabled veterans load which is growing by caps and bounds The situation in Texas is similar to that in other states The World War Veterans act 1924 as amended In Section 202 paragraph 10 provides for the treatment in government hospitals of all mental ly ill veterans regardless of whether the illness can be traced to some phase of his war service but no beds are available ment hospitals In the govern admitted we are taking them care of Adjutant Cole says the state in stitution at Austin was built to han dle from 1600 to 1800 patients and there are now 2300 being taken Honest Fish Landed at Last Liscomb Doctor Tells Remarkable Tale July The fish are hungry at Clear Lake this year or the Clear Lake fish have such a highly developed moral sense that when they take anyones property even by mistake they re turn It to the owner at the very first opportunity One evening a few weeks ago Dr P L Marble and his two sons of Liscomb were fishing on Gil mores reef at Clear Lake when the doctor got a strike and hooked a fish that broke his line just above the sinker Every fisherman knows just how the doctor felt and just what he meant when he said Jeminy I bet that was a big one It makes me mad All the big ones get away The next morning they were fish ing in the same spot when the doc tor got another strike and this time landed his 14inch pike One of the boys said Wonder who else got him And there was the hook line and spinner that the doctor had lost the night before fast in the fishs mouth It pays to hook an honest fish IOWA SATSUNMON Latest News Events and WALACE LUPINO In HUSBANDS MUST PLAY Heres Fun For You A smashing Western drama with a thousand laughs and a thrill for every laugh Guns THE LAST SHOW STARTS AT TEN OCLOCK EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT ADULTS 25c CHILDREN lOc MASON CITYS BEST THEATER STARTS SATURDAY July 13 The Famous Song Hit Now A Screen Sensation WILLIAM FOX Smiling Irish anjLjching Irish Hearts BElIf BENNETT NEIt HAMILTONVICTOR MTAGIfN TBDMNAMARAEnmCUnDNCONSTANCE HOWARD WVKIM JOHNSON YOUNG i oranumt orw JOHN FORD Production Even as the song has sung its way into the hearts of every race so will the picture capture the heart of the world Earths greatest last portrayed in all its flaming Irish wit to ease the sympathetic tears With Sound and Music Added acetone Vaudeville AL WOLMAN Popular Star of Gay Paree Fox Talking News Current Events of the Day in Sound NEW LOW SCALE OF PRICES Matinee 25c Except Sunday Evenings 40c Children lOc The Collegians KING OF THE CAMPUS A Talking Comedy Hit Hear Our New Installation of R C A Radio Corporation of America Per fection of All Sound Equipment Continuous Show Sunday Shows Start 13579 P M ;