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OCT. 31, 1029.
PLANE BEARING STRICKEN CHIEF SPEEDSTO U. S, Operation Is Only Means of Saving Life of Island President. Pn T'nitfit Press HAVANA, Cuba, Oct. 31.—Racine? against time to save the life of General Horacio Vasquez, president of the island republic of Santo Do mingo. whose life depends on an im mediate operation by specialists in the United States, the airplane bearing the stricken president was expected to arrive here from Santo Domingo late this afternoon. President Vasquez and his party are scheduled to reach the flying field here at 4:30 p. m. High offi cials of the government, the army and diplomatic corps will be on hand to see that every facility for speed and comfort is placed at the disposal of those caring for the president. It was announced President Vas quez and his wife .would remain here over night at the palace of President Gerardo Machado, leaving Friday by airplane for Miami, where another plane will be char tered to complete the race to Johns Hopkins hospital at Baltimore. The President is understood to be ill gravely, although the exact na ture of the illness has not been di vulged. Physicians advised that an immediate operation by specialists was the only hope for his life. It was said here he might be taken on to the Mayo clinic at Rochester, Minn. I Like a flash pain stops, then Out Comes the Corn Drop “Freezone” on that aching com. Instantly it stops hurting; then shortly you lift the corn right off with the fingers. You’ll laugh, really! It is so easy and doesn’t hurt one bit. Works like a charm, every time. A tiny bottle of “Freezone” costs only a few cents at any drug store, and is sufficient V yf to remove every hard /LJj corn, soft corn, and fIOR, callouses. Try it— z mi popularity may depend upon Many thousands have regained their X a clear, smooth, lovely skin. It is strength and charm by taking S.S.S. It the accepted way of telling the degree is Nature’s own blood tonic for raising Thousands have of health, a person possesses. Naturally the body’s power of resistance to infec turned to S.S.S. a skin which bespeaks health attracts. tion and disease, improving the appetite, when the appetite building firm flesh and clearing the skin. first signaled dan- Skilled physicians recognize the ap ger. it is a time- r . . ~ • , . . c tested remedy. pearance of skin blemishes, lack of ap- ss>s> promo tes healthy body build- Purely vegetable. petite, flabby flesh and loss of energy as It i ncrea ses the number of red- Easily assimilated. an indication that the body’s power of b i oo d-cells. It is made from strictly Pleasant to take. resistance is low—that there is a de- fresh vegetable drugs has a success _ ficiency of red-blood-cells. ful record of over 100 years back of it. |ggjwqy The way to the skin is through the blood. Strong, healthy blood nourishes All good drug stores sell S.S.S. in two the body and promotes smooth, clear sizes. Ask for the larger size. It is skin. more economical. © S.S.S. Ca Makes You Feel Like Yourself Again BELIEVE IT OR NOT jjjj —^ OS" The Y 'bridge y _ .f- ' Os ZANESVILLE, Ohio YOU CAM CROSS TVUS BRIDGE AND sm BE ON THE SAME SIDE Os THE RIVER I. 1 4 f ' Jljjjf/y 7 , __. MONKLY WRE.NCH h ... the screw is a ijt hand thread instead v r ME THREAD ( V,' FOUGHT ANOTHER NAMtl> RONG . w R 1 Ght Triumphed over rong SPRH4G-BOK CAN JUMP I Q Cinunrvatl 1&95 13 FT INTO THE AlfL. I rSftP —'~L ....... I . —■ ■■ m% W 29 Kmt feature Syndic*!# fnr. Great BriUuv rt*ht* it ** Mayan Chiefs Refuse to Aid Educational Project Expedition Is Sent Into Last Stronghold of Indian Tribes, By Science Service MEXICO CITY, Oct. 31.—A com bined scientific and educational ex pedition has left for the little-known territory of Quintana Roo, last stronghold of Maya Indian tribes, who never have submitted to out siders. The party is headed by Moises On request, sent with stamped, addressed envelope, Mr. Ripley will furnish proof of anything depicted by him. Saenz of the Mexican ministry of public education, and its purpose is to study the actual social and eco nomic conditions of that territory. Rural schools have been estab lished all over Mexico in the last eight years, but Quintana Roo re sists. Os three Indian ehiefs, who divide the territory among them selves to govern, only one has co operated with federal officials in their educational campaign. Another has enriched himself im mensely on chicle, sold to foreign merchants, and, it is claimed that THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES T-?wt Registered 17. S. Ls V Patent Office RIPLEY with his feudal power over his sub jects, he blocks progress. The region is wealthy to an un known degree in chicle, Mexican cedar, and mahogany. It is, for the most part, unmapped and existing maps are claimed to be wrong large ly, because villages move about and now are not at the same places where they were when the last sketchy maps were made. Her Name to Bring £25,000 By T:>iited Presx DELPHI, Ind., Oct. 31.—When Austin B. Cook of Flora gets legal recognition of the name “Cromer” to replace his present Christian designation, he will inherit $25,000 left in the will of Miss Celesta Cromer with that stipulation. 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