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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa SIX LIMY DOWN IN JUNGLE RUINS JOT IN SIGHT Alligators Glimpse Flying Party Then Hit for Safety BELIZE British Honduras Oct 8 CharJes A Lindbergh seeking ancient Maya rums yester day brot his giant plane down with rare skUI to the midst of the Yuca tan jungle on a small lucid green popl Heaad his bride inflated a rubber boat and chopping their way thru reeds and undi brush with machetes madetheir way to shore where tijey looked for ruins and relics of the lost Maya civilization Alligators Are Numerous Alligators with which the lake wasinfested kept a respectfuldis tance On the way back from a hill he had searched to the plane Colonel Lindbergh spotted one alligator clipping away apparently much frightened While they were ashore Mrs Lindbergh served her husband the two scientists who were with them and the planes radio operator with typical field lunch consisting of bananas and crackers The landing whichwas near the banks of Lake de ChichenAnaba Qulntana Roo was fruitless party finding neither ruins nor hu man habitation nor signs of lire other than the wild life usual to the Yucatan jungles The stop was made while the party was enroute from Merida Yucatan across the peninsula to Belize over a course of about 400 miles Have Discovered Nonev Those aboardcould not be sure today they had discovered any more ruins hitherto unknown to science altho Dr A Y Kidder head ofthe archaeological department of Car negie institute said there were indl catipns at placesthese mightexist These were photographed and spotted on maps The pjane flew over several of the cities at whichexcavations have been in At Chichen Itza the explorers saw two massive ruins borderedon twin pools of deep green water TThe temple of warriors ex cavation of the Carnegie Institute was nearly snow white with its col umns in the form6f feathered ser pents MASONv CITY GLOBEGAZETTE IRISH RITES TO EDNESDAY BariecJ in Oakwood t Cemetery FOREST CITY Oct services for Dr HR Irish 69 who died while driving his car from his residence to the Drs Irish hospital Monday mbrningwill be held Wednesday afternoon at the resi dence fhe Rev WJ Suckow of Alden formerly Congregational min isterof Forest City in charge and buirial jvUI beside his first wif e in Oakwoodcemetery will be conducted at thecemetery Dr Harry R Irish was Born in Dane county Wis Oct 4 I860He came with his to Jasper countyviowaatthe age ofseven After recelytog a common school ed ucation he entered the Hazel Dell academy at Newton Iowa and latee wasgraduated from the medical de partment of the StateITmyerslty of Michigan in 1883 After his grad uation he came immediately to For est Citywhere he had since re sided A few years ago he and his son Tom J Irish who is a graduate sur geon from the State Universityof Iowa established the Dra Irish hos pital here Dr Irish was a member of Truth lodge No 213 A F A which he wag past master and hn also belongea tb Wbodmeh Carap No717For several years he was surgeon for the Rock Island railwsv and he belonged to the Winnebaffb county the Iowa State and tho AmericanMedical associations and also to the American Association of Railway Surgeonsl He had been a member of the Forestv City public school board for 34 years and was presidentof the board at the time of his death which position he had kheld for 20 years He Is survived by his second wife one daughter Mrs Henry Clausen of Clear Lake one son Dr Tom 1 OCTOBER 8 192ft TEDDY JR SAILS Col Theodore KooKvelt is snapped aboard taking him from New York to Porto where he assumes post as ernorgeheral ace M Tdivner who is retiring from service Home Talent Musical Play to Be Produced by Garner Residents GARNJSH Under the auspices of the Royal Neighbors Mrs L M Schiiltz will put on the play Oh Oh Peter on Oct 14 and 15 Only home talentswill bs used in the play randMrs Schultz makes a gift of her services The of characters Abele Joe To bih Max Tierney jCari Engstter Milton Mertz Clarence NIemeyer Bertha Gorath Verna Katter and Evelyn Walter A chorus of 25 and a boys quartet accompanied by Mrs Mdrru Klmble three eroua children audevllle jpake companist for the Copyrijhl 1929 Hut SdwJUt Mission Services Are Held at Forest City FOREST CITY Oct anI nual Mission festival washeld at the ImmanuelLutheran church Sundav Oct 6 The Rev C presidentof Waldorf college Who for six years worked as a mission ary in China spoke at the morning service and the Rev L MrStivig of Northfield who has seen servicein the field on thePa cific coast was the Speaker at the evening service The days recelota together with monW pledged will more than cover tbo missionbudget assigned this church The insanity plea isnt so far wrongYouare sane agine yourself killing Cednr RnpirtsGazette Asthma Relief Guaranteed Yes GUARANTBED re lief from that sneezingV wheezing choking and difficult breathing tor tvtreMost obstinate cases of Asth ma Bronchitis and HayFeverIn stantly yield tb Hooveraimproved AsthmaRemedy It is guaranteed to give relief to anyone suffering these will be refunded For sale at all drugstores or If druggist cannotsupply Wili be sent direct by Geo M PhDes MoinesIaFree Trial on request For sale by Brady Drue i and again we ask WhyPay More or You Can Get Hazel pass Players Divorce at Waverly WAVERLY Oct court hearing of thedivorce casepf Hazel Cass Davidson of Sumner versus S G Davidson well known thruout northern Iowa as operators of n of tent theatrical shows has been IndeflnJteJy postponed Judge J J Clark of Mason Citywas unable to come here for the hearing as set for this week but has set no further datefor Hearing MraDavidsonis suing Mr David son for the divorce her second from him Cruel andinhuman treatment are given asgrounds for the suit IB Seriously Injured EMMETSBtTRG Oct Rykhus Fort Dodgewas seriously Injured Monday afternoon bybeing crushed in the cab of a large Brady Transfer company truck of Fort Dndge when it crashed thru the Burns 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