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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 12, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PEP COPT ASSOCTATBD FRgsfe LEASED WiHB REPORT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 12 1928 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICH NO 3 HEAR ROOSEVaT CONDEMN TAMMANY f9f V A V oil tt A w YOUNG SURGEON Zeppelin Turns South PERFORMS HIS OWN OPERATION Doctor Needed Little Help in Removing Appendix LOS Oct 12 Robert Meals younff Hollywood surgeon who three days ago removed his own appendix today said he felt well enough to get up and walk and I would do so now instead of waiting the necessary 10 days If I tlio t It would be Neither economy necessity nor de sire for publicity prompted his self operation said Hather the operation was an experi ment to verify his previous cbrtcluslon that the shock which most patients suffer from operations was due large ly to anesthesia rather than the opera tion Itself This theory ho said had been cor roborated Done Few Times Before Such an operation has been per formed only two or three times be fore in doctors said So reluctant were hospitals to be tho scene oC the experiment that Dr Jleals said ho was refused permission to carry It out at two of the larger In stitutions here and consent to enter a third was given only after a promise that there would be no publicity given the hospital Meals was assisted by a friend Jr J Norton Nichols who helped locate the appendix which was In an unusual position and to loosen It from adhesions to the back of the abdom inal wall Meals took his place on the with In Talked Purine Opentfoit and head were propped up Hnd gown was slipped over his shoulders He wore the usual rub ber gloves and with his own hands proceeded as tho he were operating on a patient under anaesthesia Thru out the operation the surgeons carried on a conversation Meals said A local anaesthetic was applied but tlio surgeonpatient was subjected to considerable pain due to inability to anaesthetizethe inner organs Is Named to Succeed Ousted County Treasurer TOLEDO Oct 13 E Good ell of Tama has been named tempor ary county treasurer pending trial of ouster charges against T E Elston who was suspended from that office yesterday by Judge W S Cooper who will open the ouster trial Oct No Reply to American Query on AngloFrench Note Will Be Written LONDON Oct 12 direct reply will be made to the American note concerning the AngloFrench naval agreement in the governments statement which wilt be published next week The statement taking the form of n will consist of the text of the draft agreement th6 Brit ish government explanation of Great Britains attitude and reasons for en tering the agreement and the text of tho British and French exchanges AUNT HEX By Robert Guillen Pa aint a sinful man but hes used to bein good just to please me an he cant stand much temptation when I go off on a TEDDY VISITS MASON CITY by Don Helblinff Kirlt Knoscvclt at the entrance to Roosevelt school niinieil in honor of his father He is surrounded by a croup of pupils at this school Standing in front of the colonel is Merlyn who line tho honor of writing the formal Invitation to Mr Roosevelt In his 15 minute tallt in thn school assembly Teddy told of his hnyhnod traininp in nature lore under tile guidance of liis illustrious father ffnii of two Interesting hunting experiences in Asia Thn honor guard for the colonel slwnvn in tho picture inrlmloil in addition to Merlyn Parks the following Marshall Hcclterson Irwin McGowjin Jolm Sncddon Frank Shima and Roland Bmtis colonel in this picture is shown shaking linnils with William B Sfilson 12 First street souiii east 07 yearn olfr and belrevcil to be Cerro Gnnlo roiinfys vufcr Willi real pride Sir SUIson recalled for din colonel his vote for Abraham Lincoln am for Tlieoilorc Roosevelt Both agreed that it was one of the happiest moments of their lives void Storms Dirigible May Fly Over Bermuda Passengers on Airliner Are Airsrck SNOW IS LIKELY TAstf THRU MIDWEST REPORTS CLAIM to Steamers liy TUB ASSOCIATED IKKSS Much Colder i r M i Lxpected ror North Iowa Saturday DBS MOFNES Oct 12 be came one of Iowas weather possi bilities today wtlh the vanguards of winter expected to bring freezing temperatures to the northern part of the state by Saturday Occasional nilns possibly with snow and accompanied by cooler weather wore Incltifled n lo burst N by days prediction hy the government weather bureau here Stonu Sweeps Cnlorndo DENVER Oct 13 storm which swept into the Mountain region from Canadian prairies moved eastward today bring1 me promise of lower temperatures ami rain or snow thruout tho Missouri val ley where balmy Indian summer weather wltli an occasional tiot sum FAU out over the Atlantic the dirigi ble Graf Zeppelin was ot the island of Mraleira thl afternoon and headed for the United States over a southerly course that probably will carry her pjist Bermuda Thirty nnd a half hours out of the huge airliner city of Junehal on the island of Madeira with a good 000 to travel before hitting the American coast At a m central standard Ime the steamship Euclid reported the Ornf Zeppelin about 00 miles west of Madeira After passing Gibraltar early this morning the big ship which had planned to head for the began1 to swing southward to avoid strong headwinds and Or Kckener notified nixed tho station at Frledrkh uch Ishafen that he planned to strike of 1erHiudu 1assengers Are The wireless station at St Michael was in communication with the Graf wintry I Zeppelin mid from messages picked Kockyjup it was learned that the passengers PAUL V McNUTT The new commander of the Amerlrnii Legion Paul V Mc Nutt Itlooniington who waa elected Thursday at the San Antonio convention will be re membered Mason CHyans Com mander McNutt Rpoko here two years ago at n combined meeting of the local IiOKion and Auxiliary am representatives from HO near uy towns HOOVER LAUDED AS SOLVER OF ALL PROBLEMS emocratic Platform Is Inconsistent Says Teddy A crowd ot that flrled armory ana overflowed Into eats In the street outslda heard Theo ore praise ability Herbert Hoover aa a of prob mis and condemn Governor Smith ammany hall and the democratic lattorm hers Thursday night The speaker whose lied with apt anecdotes waji dly outlined Mr Hoovers career ot ana rot out that Governor algn views about agrlculturs and 1m nlgratton did not coincide Trlth ormer speeches Stood by RoooeTelt Tho family has nemorlea of Iowa for Iowa trtood hy ather lie aald I lany friends and amony ttiem Jade MacNIdor of out tor TOe tf every western state and which readied depth of eight Inches In places yester had turned to rain as tho storm swept down across tho high plains of western Kansas and Nebraska last night A sixweek drought which hail affected growth of winter wheat on tho Kansas plateaus was broken by the ralri Freezlng temperatures with BIIOW was In prospect today Ttie snow and cold first hit Montana Wednesday and spread out faiishano Hocky Mountain region Tiie mercury fell to 28 degrees at Helena yesterday and snow fell all day at Great Falls near the Canadian border Snow was general in Wyoming and the higher Colorado Rockies Rain Storms Reported Nearly four inches oC snow Cell In Truckee and snow was reported at Kcno and rcciitcllo Heavy rain storms visited the south west with a drop In temperature More than three Inches of rain fell at bee Tvhllo at Prescott the long est drought on record since JS05 was broken by a heavy rain Water holes In mountains filled up and cattle men today made plans to return cnttle to the Oddly enough the Pacific norlhwosl missed the brunt of the cohl wontlier tho conditions there wore unsettled Tho disturbance wan expect Ml continue owr the wookrnrt Hint of Winler CHICAGO Oct 12 The Rood old summer time a calendar truant dnJJylngr over into midOctoher perkcrf an apprehensive enr today to cold whispers from the Alaskan wastes After treating Chicago to the hot test Oct 11 In 56 the mercury TURN TO PACK 18 COLUMN I exceedingly Sharp lookout was being maintained on the Azores for tho ship The Azores are approximaiftly GOO miles northwest of Madeira and it was not expected that tho ship would reach them before late tonight 1C ehe should head that to shTps reported sfgh ting the Zeppelin at various points between Gibraltar and just beyond Madeira where the steamship Euclid made the latest report In view of the long southern de tour made by the airliner It was not thot that she would reach Lakehurst hefore Monday morning All Is Well NEW YORK Oct 12 The huge transAtlantic liner Graf Zeppelin was over the Atlantic today well on her way to the United States after having fought headwinds which de layed her passage along the Mediter ranean coast ot Spain Turning her blunt nose to the south west after passing Gibraltar at 5 a Greenwich time midnight east ern standard time the airship appar ently bended for thn Madeira Islands with a water jump oC some ahead of her beforo the American reached Two hours after the airship passed Olhraltnr the captain of the Uritish tanker Gymerii who was then about 50 miles out in the Atlantic off the roast of Spanish Morocco sighted tho airship well to the south Graf Zeppe SIDE TRIPS TO MEXICO OCCUPY LEGIONNAIRES Convention in History SAN ANTONIO OcJ 12 fl5 Veterans of the World war move on Mexico today in a pleasureseelcln peacetime invasion of the southern n public Close of tho tenth annuj American Legion convention her found hundreds o the delegates e route to the border for a weekend o entertainment Excursions into Mexico and bul fights at several belowtheborder lin was going in which wtntlil lake westerly direction her over Ma Icint Islands Favorable weather lay TVKN TO IS 1 FRENCH SUB IS SUNI043 LOST Vessel Had Started on En durance Run From Cherbourg PARIS Oct Ib French submarine Onrtine overdue for the past three days was suok by a Greek ship ott Oporlo during tho night of Oct 3 She had aboard three officers and 40 men The Ondine which was COO tons left Cherbourg on an nndurance trial run Oct 1 She last heard from Oct S by a Spanish wireless station Her position was then given ns off Cano FJnistere Tho French ministry of marine In formed tho Associated tbnt a Crock oarso which recently docked at KiiUordiim reported having tunk the submarine First National Bank at Wesley Is Closed WB6LKY Oct resolution of board of directors to the assets the First National banlt ot Wesley failed to open its doors In day The bank was established In 1001 It had capital listed at sur plus of and deposits of oon Tho officers are Nathan Snider EXPRESSMEN BACK ON JOBS Union President Brings End of New York Strike NEW YORK Oct president Julius Kunz vice president j employes of the American Kailway and I A Gcrtea cashier lowan Tilhea Own Ufe MILKS Oct 12 Book 80 ended his life by hnnginK at the hnm or his son John Jioclc late yester day Clio riniik Closed Oct in The Htntc bank department will talre ovoitlu Kxpressycompany back at their jobs today and the embargo which the company narl placed on all incoming nnd outgoing exprcsH lias been lifted Tho company cflUninLod service be back to normal in 24 hours Decision to end the strike was taken by tho workers nt a mass meet ing addressed by George f JIarrison prnmd presidcuL of the International Proiberhood of Itallway and Stoam dorks who hnd hurried hern wijl over the fhip who lind liurrlcil herr State hank which closed its Iinrinnall when the nnannniinucil doors yesterday waa culled Monday niglil Will Rogers NEW HAVEN Oct This apcakeaay biisincsn must lo ilic most Independent and prosper ous business in tho world espe cially in Now York fnr no oth er indimtry In the workl nonld afford to kill its customers off like that They must run an undertaking business on tho side I will say this for the po lice there are lots of these places they dont know where they are The customer never lives enough to tell the police ivhorc he got It New York has notified em that If they dont quit pulling so much poison In their liquor they will re voke their license Vonra CopyriRlit Wea LOCAL STATISTICS Unsettled Friday night ami Sat urday prohahly occasional rains possibly mixed witli snow in north west nniJ north central portions colder Friday night much colder in east ami central portions cold er Saturday in enst nmi Rinitli cent nil portions IOWA FORECAST CilohRGazctte wenthcr figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock a in Friday FLIES TO ROCHESTER Col Theodore Roosevelt taken by airplane to Rochwiter Friday noon The piloted by Archie Peterson party Inclurt g II A OLesry Col onel Hosevelt will speafc at tor Friday evening young men ot the nation to day He Is a man you should Insist on gettingout of private lite aehd him to the United States to a group pi school chll ot iny MASON CITV THIRD SAN ANTONIO Oct Mason City drum corps was placed third In the JjCgion division of the 40 anil 8 parade here Salem was first Fort Dodge did not place In any event points were scheduled activities One contingent of the veterans will push on to Mexico City for a visit In the uanlliit city Him Serial Trains Many special and regular trains rrifd the remainder of the thousands or visitors lo thtir homes today Paul V McXutt 37 year old dean of the school of law nt tho University of Indiana will direct the destinies of tho during milreeding Kd ward IS Spafford of Now York retir ing commander and H ft Comny of Fargo N will head the 10 and funmaking division oC the Legion The convention wns one of the mosl TURN TO PAGR IB t Highest Thursday Lowest in Night At S A M Friday 8i negroes fin Degrees 55 17 of nn Inch Oetohers orrid wrathor had ajipar Icntly vanished for keeps morn ling The wind had shifted out of the south in connection with tho rain that started falling at 10 oclock Thursday Misty clouds ol scimert the sun and the mercury In the maximum ther mometer had advanced no further Ilian 55 degrees at S oclock At a cor responding hour Thursday the tern ture wns U decrees ROBINSON IS TOURING WEST Democrats See Chance of Win in Hoovers Home State tty KAYMONI AssorlfitMl Slaff Writer wmr ROR 1NSON TO Oct 12 in California enough of hem to swing tho normally ropnbU cftn homo stale of Herbert Hoover Into tho democratic column was Iho soal today of Senator Toe T Robinson on bin Journey north from Nevada to Seattle and Portland IraetfoaDy the whole of the days from Reno where the democratic vfco presidential nominee spoke last night lay thru northern California nnI his sohodulo caljcd for 19 many rear platform speeches as operating ytops permitted The decision to depart from usual custom of merely appearing on the jilntform of bin spurJal car when ha train ntnpped and Instead to make brief MTJLS reached after conferences with western ram pa i workers who told the nominee they the Iinvft t hantr Ln despite repul claims and am out hunting I tm not hunting for the lowly donkey doesnt exist any more The tiger hfm tip at Houston But1 we are jyo ing to klfl that Tammany tiger For Herbert Hoover nl nm for Herbert Hoover for pres ident first of all for hLs character J have known hfm intimately and r know that he alwaysrtins clean and true Jn political matters every de cision ho makes is given because It is to the best Interest of the country Hes the kind ot a man I want my children to up and resemble As a fisherman he also runs true a little thins but It is these little thinps that a re an Jndex to a mans char acter Mr Hoover was a poor box from your Kvery thing1 ho got he fought for He fought for an education ind selected the profesalon of mlnlnjr cause ho wanted to bo a creator he rtld build all over the world He became one of the most e and thoroly recognized engineers in tho world Then came World war It uKht Americans marooned in Kurope He was asked to organize and bring tmclc these Americans he did This war Tirot fortunes to Americans The majority of urmM to making money Hoover rushed thlfl all nslrle and turned ta public feed Belfflnm spent of ind much ns a hint of ncandal Fowl Administrator A democratic president made htm food administrator Again a larga sum Juindled and no hint of scandal When tho came Into power Hoover wan made secretary of com merce In this capacity he has had achievement after achievement among which are the unemployment confer ence and foreign trade development Hoover la forward looking He has donemuch for science for radio t have so much faith In him T thtnk take the static out of radio fToovcr Is fi man irho will to polve problems Ono trouble with is lately is that ho havent hnd any ono xvho wanted to solve porbTems The result has been In the last seven years that therehas been a tendency to push problems aside Mme has now come when weve got to meet are they Mr spoke of an incident when he TIRX TO in couMX i Junk Dealer Given Life for Poison Liquor Deal NCrKLES Oct 12 Mor ris Cohtn n 22 year oJd junk deafer under son tenor of life imprison ment today Tor tho mnrdnr of flyuinn Iricdinan tluMi tho of poisoned lil nor Kvidenco brot out lit the innl lo tlie lbit Colic n to KCt rtd of Kriodniftns son who was his rival In lovo poisoned i bottle of liquor anrt ofl It in his rivals aulomolilc Tlio rldrr iodninn found the liquor It and died   

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