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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                Correct in optome trical requirements facial contour our optical service ap peals to this exact ing class SMITH OPTICAL CO E STATE Sf BRITISH KINGS HEALTH BETTER PHYSICIANS SAY CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 they Inquired to the kings condi tion Baldwin in Close Ttouch Premiar Baldwin was keeping In close touch with the palace so as to be at Immediate call in casa he should be needed disturbing bulletin of yester flay noon that there was a slightex tension ot the mischief In the kings lung brot a constant succession of callers to the palace during the day These Included Lord Allenby Sir Laming WorthlngtonEvans and Lord Chancellor Hailsham Outwardly the royal family was not greatly alarmed at the bulletin prin cess Mary went hunting In Yorkshire with her husband Viscount Lascelles and later they fulfilled an engage ment in the evening While It was announoed that the Prince of Wales who la hunting In East Africa was belnff kept posted on MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SATURDAY NOV iis fathers progress It was stated ihat no arrangements had been made for the princes return an1 that his plans had not been altered The prince was still at Docloma Tanganyika ter ritory where he was held by unfav orable weather The Dally Mall said that he would probably move to an accessible port but this was not con firmed elsewhere Mother of Patsy RutK Miller Screen Star Dies of Heart Attack MENDEZ ENDS HIS FIRST HOP Colombian Flyer Will Wait a Day Before Starting Again JACKSONVILLE Nov 24 IF Menclez Columbian avl BEVERLY HILLS Nov 24 ator who flew his selPlane here yes Oscar Wilier mother from New York on tho lrst Patsy Ruth Miller stage and screen lles of a flBht to Bogota spent today actress died last night of a heart ati u Jacksonville grooming hla motor tack the second she had suffered I this week Mrs Sillier who was 44 years of age was born in St Louis where a sister lives Other survivors are Mr Miller ana a son Winston Justice Oliver Holmes Recovers From Illness WASHINGTON Nov 24 tlca Oliver who has been unabls to attend this weeks session oC the Supreme court because of a cold Is expected by his colleagues to be buck on the bench next week amJ resting In preparation for a hop off tomorrow morning Declaring he was too tired to con tinue today after the strenuous mile uneventful flight from Mltchcl field the chief pilot of tho Colombian air service said he would proceed to Havana Cuba after the motor of tha piano had been thoroly tested Jleamvhilo the former gas boy at Jlttchel flelci and his companion John Todhunter an American me chanic were in the hands of a recep tion committee plane named Rlcaurte for the Colombian patriot was presented to him by his countrymen and the Colombian newspaper Munflo El Dia The flight from New York was made yesterday at an average speed of 120 miles an hour Dartmouth Given Bequest of CHICAGO Nov 24 A gift ot to Dartmouth college from Mrs 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MOTOR COMPANY Washington Ave and 1st S W R L DIXON Plymouth Iowa Mason City Towa ROCKWELL AUTO Rockwell la J FIVE HOOVERS SHIP BATTLES WIND ON WAY SOUTH Quarters of President Elect Flooded With Salt Water US S MARYLAND Nov 1M IP battleship Maryland hear PresidentElect Herbert Hoover nnd his party on his tour of Latlu Amorica todny was riding a galo which at one tlmo attained a velocity of 70 miles an hour The eoodwill ship rode the slorm well Mr Hoover apparently was un disturbed by tho gale At the height of the storm the broke over tho clipper bow throwing spvpy as high as tho bridge of he big drciidnnught At times tho water was four or fivefeet deep in the rorecnstlo as well as on the quar tordeclc where the presidentelect often promenades Ships Speed Reduced The speed of the ship was reduced from 17 to six knots by Cantaln IClm beily who went on the bridgo and toolc charge Tho seas hammered a VolghtCor saicsenplnne on Im quarterdeck of the EO hailly that tho ship had to change course In order to per mit its being moved to shelter Tho president elect had hts first tnsto oE tho tropical storm late last night when hoavy seas lapped the side of the ship until they poured into tho portholes of his sitting Overhearing an attache saying This Is ilr Hoover smiled and re plied Oh Ive seen A swab wielded by a memborof the crew disposed oC tho surplus water j and the portholes were closed making tho quarters watertight Slorm Division Out The Mlorm signal division was rout ed nut to rescue tho canopy on Iho bridge In agale which made the task extremely dangerous Thcro was excitement on tho bridse when a liuoy blew overboard ns it was first reported tliat a man had fallen over The ImlttcKhlp was brot to a stop In tlio heavy scaa while everything was mado safe Members of the Hoover party who had been driven to siccp on tho tiuar terdcck ly tho excessive heat were forced to go hclow ns tho Maryland entered tho GulC oC Teavmtepec on thn southern Mexican coast where the hctivy sciio were first encountered All hatches portholes and skylights were closed and nealed When tho wlnfl and seas were tholr highest Hoover was awakenec and ha walked around his suite fnc flrn minutes Ho then went brink to sound Rlcep as ills rumrtors In tbo stern of tho battleship were swept deep under water and tho prow lifted skyward Two officers who were IrylnR fruntirnlly Ip savo tbo piano wero caught by a comber and thrown a feet against ahatch but neither was injured After the pJuno was secured the Maryland headed back into tho seas on her regular course Which her to pitch considerably the cnptain continuing on ills way so that Mr Hoover might arrive at Konsccn Bay tomorrow on time for the Clrst stop of his LathiAmerican goodwill tour The sky had cleared and the moon fmcl stars were shining brightly ALITY AT LOW COST GREEN URGES 5DAY WEEK System Is Both Practical and Says Labor Head Nov 24 i forma statement issuod today ilrtiu Green of llio Amorl ciin Fcilovition o declared tlmt tlio riieilny week is lolli practical iinrl Tho Blatpment Fairt the fivo dny weok Is a necessary accompani ment of Increasing USD of nmcliincK and incuhaniiVtl power ind declare Unit substantialprosrfHs toward Its adoption hud Iteen mado during the post two years Two major trends for whichlalior is responsible for lie said arc That hours of work lie Increas ingly shortened in order that nicclinn progress may standards ot human wclfivn nnd Mint wngo In crcnsen Khali lo Increasing productivity Tills latter purpose IN liolli a ineas ure of cconumlcjustio and a pro vision to provide with otioncrh for the Increased output oC vStrilctnfT gains in memtwrshfp mado almost entirely sinirn tlio fed eration first announced its flvodny week policy at the Detroit convention two years nso provo that tlio estab lishment of tho fiveday week ia both practical and he said Committee furnished lire only activity of Iho annual eonvon tionof tho foderritlfm tfjday The con vention ycslcnlay until Mon after recflvlnj reports from all committees whose wurk has been completed Kaiso Mcmnriiil Fund Mov Ameri can Legion hern recently conducted a successful to ralso for the erection of a Memorial hulldiug Approximately was rnlscil work will slarlcd In tlio If IDII to know what hj to him in I i I1 whisper Mibdi finrl uatcli him CiilZCllC DAMONIGOU CO Shop Early Our store has now taken on the appearance of Christmas New and attractive merchandise to catch your passing eye Booths have been built here and there about the stove Extra help has been employed to serve you effi ciently and courteously 24 Shopping Days Until Christmas Do Your Christmas Shopping Early The store is filled with everything in gifts that any woman can want Come in and let us assist you in making your choice Visit Our Enlarged GIFT SHOP Paul it is only human nature for people to seek out the cafe that pleases them most The fact that the Green Mill is always busy at meal time and during the evening is proof of their ability to please Better plan on having Sunday dinner here Special for Sunday MEAT TURKEY DUCK AND OTHER FOWL Meet Jour Friends at tlie Green Mill Cafe 3 HOME OF GOOf FOOD 117 No Federal Ave REFEREES SALE of tho followins described properties To be sola at private sale by the undersigned SB nml of HWU of Sec 22 Twp OT Range 20 known an the Uould farm located miles northeast of Mnsrn City contnlnlns np proxlnmlfly acres of land Tills Is nn excellent farm and unusually well located fully improved HOIISK AM LOT IN MASON 3D ft of loin 2 and 3 In block Taul olfs plat Within II blocks of hlph llouw Is modern In every way and a dosirriblc residence property ItltICK IIUSINKSS South ircdornl Ave This buHdlns la A 2 story slrucluro and hrings tn voturrs Will 1m sold chenp Lot 20 JJliick IS College Mason City Iowa Thcne properties will sold at once to someone It you nro CALL 404 E W CLARK Referee M It A   

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