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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TWENTYfr MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Postoffice Made Third Class NASHUA June The Nash ua postof t ice will become a third class office on July 1 having been second class for two years The change is due to the falling off of receipts caused largely by the re moval of the Nashua Woolen Mills to Cedar Palls B E Simpson is postmaster Verne Strike is re tained as clerk and Miss Claudia Smith goes but and a clerk will he hired to supply her place Mies Smith was appointed local civil service secretary at Nashua START ON TRIP and Mrs Walter Fritchoril started tills morning lo motor to Los Angeles where their two daughters Mrs George Campbell and Mrs Raymond Grobaty live The Pritchards intend remaining until some time In August QUAKER STATEMENTS It is the part of thrift my friend to use Quaker State Motor Oil for there is an extra quart in every gallon Special refining has taken from each gallon a quart of mater ial that has little or no value in thy motor Thus instead of the usual quart of waste thee gets every gallon four quarts of lubricant an extra quart Look for tlte greenandwhite sign STATE Authorized Thomas Sales Corporation CEDAR RAPID S IOWA QUAKER STATE MOTOR OIL For Sale by these progressive dealers Courshon Servico Henry Herfindahl Hiway Oil Co Kirks Garage Glass Oil Co Lapiner Motor Co E larson Leissring Motor Co Log Cabin Oil Co North Iowa Mglor Co S R Chevrolet Garuge Talcott fieo Co Independent Oil Gas Co CHINESE FULFILL WIRELESS DREAM OF SUN YATSEN Government Decides to Go TransPacific Radio SHANGHAI June 28 decision of the Chinese government to go into the transPacific radio business is a step toward the ful fillment of an ideal held up by the late Sun Yatsen as a goal towards which the nationalists might strive Sun Yatsen dreamer ot dreams and founder of Chinas Kuomintang or nationalistparty eight years ago visioned worldwide wireless com munication from China as a means for raising the importance of Chinas world position Sun died in 1925 and failed to see his dream realized but he left behind him a program to be carried out by those who would carry on his work This included his plan for wireless com munication with the nations of the west i The contract between the Chinese government and the Radio Corpora tion of America provides for the erection of a wireless station in Shanghai which will communicate direct with San Francisco The sta tion is expected to be in operation by the end of 1929 It will handle all classesOf commercial messages including press dispatches in which China expects to carry abroad in creased quantities of news of affairs in China Chang and his eight associates loolc to America as the worlds in dustrial leader They believe the United States is friendly to China In signing the wireless contract with an American concern rather than tbat of some other nation they hoped to indicate to America and its industrials their feelingof good will and friendliness With Us fulfillment they are hopingthat the way will have been opened where by they will be able to turn to othr industrial fields in theUnited States from which thej may draw re sources for making China mechan ically modern Lawler Mayor Is Appointed LAWLER June a special meeting of the town council F G Argal was appointed mayor pro tern to fill the vacancy of William Little who resigned YOUR Sport Watch ItAttraetrre gport watch foti dress wear Guaranteed inurement Save your vacation money and still possess the article of jew elry you have long wanted Take it with you on your vaca its use Pay after vacation in small weekly pay menta you will never miss Buy today Yoar gilt for the bride should win MM expression jmt what 1 Your choice of these bargains will be cherished for i Lovely 1 Diamond A lasting remembrance rtor quality diamond in exquisite mounting of 18ht white tfold 00 Beautiful Sq Prong Diamond Ring Wear your Diamond on your vacation The new square prong ring of 18 kt while gold with brilli ant diamond A vacation feature Special at Mens Sport Watch Exceptional value for men t c c d joltproof jeweled m o v c mcnl Complete wilh woven band Dinner Ring Attractive looking dinner ringbf 18kl gold with Ihree well matched sparkling diamonds A rare barain 59 50 A FULL YEA R TO IIO NORTH FEDERAL As Little as 504 or Sloo a Week Will Do Gross Continent By Rail and Air Cross continent railair service between the Atlantic and Pacific coasts lias boon lieRun over route shown it top ihe night parts shaded bcinjr made hy rail the other by air Type of plane Is Khown Below Is nnotlicr route to follow CoJ Charles A Lindbergh has been in nn advisory capacity for this latter route MinnesotaForesters Made Record in Fire Prevention in Woods HACKENSACK Minn June 28 abnormally large number oC forest fires struck in Minnesotas north woods during the spring fire season but damage and extent ol the blazes were kept within the smallest limits in years Grover M Conzet state forester said here to day Addressing the fourteenth annual convention of the Minnesota Game Protective League on the relation ship between forests and the pres ervation of game Mr Conzet said that fires during the spring num bered 950the average size was 37 acres and the total damage was only 520000 In 1928 the average burned over was 98 acres while in 1927 the average was 65 acrea Mr Conzet told the largegroup of assembled sportsmen that Forest fires each year destroy nearly onefourth as much game as the combined force of hunters What is more a civilization can not endure half dry and half Kcssingcrs Review Federal Reserve of Ninth District Does Big Business in May MINNEAPOLIS June 28 P An increase in the volume of busi ness over that of May last year and a cash income amounting to more than one billion dollars to farmers is shown in the monthly review of agricultural and business conditions in the ninth federal reserve district The report also says that country member banks have continued to borrow slightly more from the ninth federal reserve bank than In any year since 1924 Part of the explanation of the larger amount of borrowings from this federal bank is found in the fact that deposits at country mem ber banks have decreased sharply during the winter and spring Be tween November and May country bank deposits decreased 27 million dollars or five per cent Seven mil lion dollars of this decrease occurred during the month of May May shrinkage was most pronounced in North Dakota and Montana with a slight increase shown in South Da kota MEXICO SERIOUS IN ITS QUEST OF BETTER CULTURE Public Is Disposed to Give Its CoOperation to Administration By JOHN LLOYD Associated Press Correspondent MEXICO CITY June 28 wave of idealism that came in with the Fortes Giladministration appar ently found a public disposed to co operate Various measures proposed have aroused Interest and favorable comment It remained for the presidents latest declarations however to cause a real sensation and today Mexicans from Juarez to the Guate malan border are discussing the pos sibility of a dry Mexico This land famous for its tequila and pulque is wondering whether music and the program of cultural education planned by its chief executivescan take the place of the liquors so intimately associat ed witn national tradition Display Interest When the president brot forth his new labor project seeking to set up labor courts conscript labor in time of emergency and work other dras tis reforms the people displayed lively interest and when the secre tary of public instruction Ezequiel Padilla announced that the soviet Russian system of education would be adopted in Mexico further inter est and a furtherance of the favor able atmosphere in which the gov ernment is working became appar But when the newspapers printed the information that a cultural education campaign would be launched in an effortto stamp out alcoholism the prohibition or cs tado seco question immediately be came the prime subject of discus sion Attempts Liquor Ban Had the president attempted to bring about an immediate ban on liquor it is generally conceded he would have incurred publichostility but his plan of gradually separating the people from the drink habit has met with applause and thepublic seems inclined to aid in converting itself by promoting clean and up lifting entertainment The president does noK drink neither does he smoke He is greatly interested in sports especially base ball and believes that if he can In terest the people in a similar sense they will lose their desire for intoxi cants Funeral of GbrdonsviHe toBe at Glenville GLENVILLEMinn June H A Fremott a merchant of Gor donsvllle died at his home after an illness of several weeks Funeral services will be held Saturday after noon at the Lutheran church in Glenville the Rev A C Korsrud officiating The burial will be made m Greenwood cemetery NorthIowa Youths Are on Way to West Point EAGLEGROVE June ley Lonning of Eagle Grove and Stewart Olson of Thor who recently received their appointmenets to the United States Military Academy left for West Point Thursday eve ning Legion Will Sponsor Celebration at Wells WELLS Minn June post No 210 American Legion will fponsbLthe July Fourth celebration this year Funds raised will be useU for the newly organized drum corps The program for the day has been completed and will begin with a big parade thru the down town streets at 10 oclock The musical organiza tions in the parade will be the Ler gion Drum Corps the Auxiliary Drum Corps Novelty Band and Aulger Brothers Band There will be two ball games and a program U S Capital Creates i Cuban Tourists Resorts HAVANA June 28 can capital is coming into Cuba for the purpose of creating several win ter resorts unequaled in the west ern world and dedicated to travel ers There is a perceptible activity on the part of capitalists and conserva tive estimates place forthcoming expenditures of American dollars in excess of 20000000 Dundon Red Ash Coal Reg U S Pat Off Mined and shipped from WIDEN CLAY COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA West Virginias Higher Quality Coal An ideal fuel for all domestic uses Insist on having Dundon Red Ash Coal Ask your dealer for it by full name and if your dealer docs not carry it we will give you name of one who does Elk River Coal and Lumber Co I SOLE MINERS AND SHIPPERS Western Sales Office 151 East Broad Street Columbus Ohio I rf STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY rflAi m The interest commanding event in this community is the selling at this store of 1ARSHALL FIELD GOS STERLING STANDS FOR f These Smart New Modes in FOOTWEAR TJie Cleverest New Creations are here The newer colors and White Washable Kid Black Satins Iatents Hundreds of styles CUTOUT SANDALS TSTRAPS TIES PUMPS HIGH and MEDIUM HEELS STERLING TradeUfareYouDotheBest that have been on display at the Hotel Hanf ord this week Additional lines willbe released each day Come study our will be a saving opportunity you will not want to miss SAMPLE SILK DRESSES Only by a sample line could such values be possible Of course they are new and accepted or Fields wouldnt show them and of course at these prices they are less than production cost We predict you will buy several I Miracle Value For Saturday ROSE EVELYN a price could only be for 1 day reYouDotheBest it Reed Nelsons Forest Park home For Sale Because of being trans f e r r e cl Mr Nelson wishes to dispose of his home Particulars can be had at this store In quire of W H NELSON Everyone is enjoying the savings of the SALE OP SAMPLE NECKWEAR ;