Mason City Globe Gazette, September 16, 1929, Page 2

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 16, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE GERMAN RIVALS WlTOliOWN Graf Zeppelin and D oX Leaders in Competing Aerial Craft FRiEDRICHSHAFEN Germany Sept 16 the shores of Lake Constance is being waged in seriousness despite Its out ward appearance of frienllriess a battle that will to a considerable extent Influence the future of avia tion is essentially acontin uation bit the generationold strug gle between lighterthanair and Fieavlerthanair craft the batOa of Cake Constance bids fair because of the energy being expended and the aver increasing size of the weapons employedxra either sideto bring the issue to a more or less definite conclusion Eckner Is Leader HereiaFrledrichshofen are on trenched the proponents of the Ilghturfthauair theory represented by tha Zeppelin company Their most active leader is Hugo Eckner commander of the Graf Zeppelin Perhaps no aeronautic enthusiast in the is so firmly convinced that the future of aviation lies with the dirigible as is DrKckener Not withstanding his inherent cautious ness and conservatism a short con versation with this 61yearold Zep pelin pilot imniedlatly reveals that hs sincerely belieyes he will live to see the day when the dirigible has been securely established as the backbone of travel by air Across the lake at Altenheln in Switzerland are located tie famous Dprnler works There haa been bullfc the giant airplane Do Xp whichthe Cornier brothers Claud ius arid Maurice will soon send forth as their reply to Eckeners challenge In bringing the Graf Zen pellri safely aroundthe world While the Graf Zeppelin normally carries 20 passengers and a crew of40 tno Do X carries a crew of 20 and forty passengers thus roughly speaking cutting costs in half and doubling1 the potentiaHncome of the ship For shorter flights the DoX is expected to be able tq carrjrSO passengers in addition to theegular crew Performance Compared Performance aswell aspotentiiU revenues be com pared toguage properly the relative capabilities i and usefulness of the two monsters of the air As yet the Do X has only been given a few trial flightsover Xake Constance It has not beenput thru its paces over a longer and consequently more trying course Compared with i this record the GrafZeppelin has made several successful flights the most notable being the recordbreaking trip around tKe pleted Zeppelin officials herebe lieve this lastflight alone should oe sufficient to1 convince the doubtr era that the dirigible hasa long lead over the airplane for endurance flights On the other handthe honors for speed must go to the Do X It has already developed more tlian miles an hour in ifstrial flights and its constructors clainv a niaxir mtum speed of 150 miles and a malcruising speed of ISO milesan hour for it when It is takenovera longer course This contrasts with the normal speed of the Graf Zcp peliri which Is only 65 to 80miles an hour Flies Only Short Time Admittedly however the Do X falls far behind in the matter of can cover With load that is of passengers and freight it can carry fuel enough for a flight of only eight hours althb by sacrificing the profits of some of them which would be derivedfrom a full load additional fuel can be carried for a longer trip The Grill Zeppelin can carry a full passenger load arid still have enough room for a trip of at least 120 hours Discussing the economic potenti alities of the Do X Dr Claudius Dorriier designer of the alrplaue told the United Press Why are the revenuemaking possibilities o the airplane today almost nonex istent Simply because the airplane up until now could hardlytlo more than carryIts crew and Its necess ary supply of fuel and oil whenever It had to cover a distance of more than 500 or GOO miles DISTRICT COURT JURORS DRAWN Court Will Convene Under Judge Reed of Cresco on Sept 30 DECORAH Sep tember term of the District Court will open at Deborah Sept 30 with Judge Reed of Cresco on the bench and 45 petit jurors have been drawn to report Oct 7 as follows B Arinundseri Decorah first ward Oscar Simonson Decorah Irst ward B j McKay Decorah ward F O White Decorah hlrd ward Mrs D B Tuttle De corah third ward George M John ion Decorah fourth ward Clark MUmghastDecorah fourth ward Carl Pierce Decorah fourth ward Janies Hardesty Decorah fourth ward John P Hager Decorah ourth ward Henry Kornnieyer Decorah fourth ward Martin Bud ahl fourth ward and W H Stock Decorah Decorah Fannie Whitney Decorah township B C Sharskhang Decorah town ship Leo Broghammer Burr Oak township Isaac Fetersen Hesper township Olavis Fulsaas Blufton township Fred Fisher Canoe and KdRoad Canoe township Lars Sorenson Pleasant township Ford Pleasant township Henry M Halverson Lincoln town ship Garl Magnus Lincoln town ship Frank Herdena Lincoln town ship Janies Armstrong Lincoln township John Flattland Lincoln township Robert Voppva Sumner township J LHopperstad Sumner township Arthur Albertsen Sum nor township and James Janechek Calmar township Frank Bily Calmar township Theodore Wangsness Springfield township John Hegg Jr Spring field township George Jevne Springfield township Albert Kiesan Frankville township Henry O BakKe Frankville township Privoz pik Williams Jackson township Theodore Schraudt Washington township Will Stuka Washington ADVANCED IN ARMY Associated Press Photo Brig GenJiimes F McKJn lejynephew of former President William H McKtaley lias been appointed assistant adjutant general of the army by Presi dent Hoover township James C Pcyer Military township W A Cornell Military township Louie Blumhagen Bloom field township ONE OF THE GREAT CLOTHING STORES OF IOWA owden Will Address National Convention to Be Held at Ames AMES sept 16 O owden former governor of Illinois and graduate of the pnlversity of pwa will preside at the sessions of he twelfth American Country Life conference here Oct 17 to 20 Lea1 ers in rural activities thruout the country will attend Programs which have just Announcing iThe Iowa Rail Board Is to Be Occupied With Hearings This Week DBS MOINES Sept 16 busy week faced members of the Iowa state railroad commission to day as they prepared for three hear ings and an airport Inspection with in the next three days Tomorrow the commissioners will he at Cedar Rapids where they will listen to arguments for and againat a proposed Pickwick Greyhound Lines Inc passenger bus route run ning from Scott to Polk counties thru Muscatine Cedar Johnson Iowa Poweshiek and Jasper counties Wednesday the commissioners will spend the day at Davenport inspect ing the proposed municipal airport in accordance with the law passed by the fortythird general assembly making their approval a prerequisite of municipal purchase Thurday the trio of officials will return to Cedar Rapids where they will hear the case of the board of Railway against ths aijcV the Iowa City railway In wincl the conductors are protesting thechahgo from a two man to a one man car system on the interurbari Later in the day they will hear arguments for and against the removal of the Chicago and Northwestern railroad station at Decisions in the cases with the possible exception of the Davenport airport are not expected for several weeks Falls Newest Scotch Grain Shoe Specially Featured In Tan and in Black A wonderful sturdy Selz Shoe as smart as it is substantial Ask for it by name Youll like the style of itand youll like the price of it better when you try it on Selz Shoes for Men to Johnston Murphy Shoes Nora Springs Attorney Writes of Summer Trip in European Countries NORA SPRINGS Sept C Moody Nora Springs attorney who with Mrs Moody recently completed a seven weeks tour of Europe states that he was surprised at the num ber of Americans who travel in Eur ope during the summer He says Our people are spend ing millions of dollars every year in these lands While there I picked up a Paris edition of a well known American paper which stated that the American people would spend this year In France alone as much money as would be due the United States from her this year on her war debt Mr Moody found that the hand ling of tourists in each of the coun tries they traveled thru was dons en a massive scale and that as a business enterprise ranks up well in the business of Europe I Mr Moody Is writing an account of his travels which was made in company with 100 other American attorneys The primary purpose of the trip was to make an Inspection of the English court systems AT NUMBER SEVEN SOUTH FEDERAL Globe Gazette Offers Booklet on Fitting Dresses and Blouses How does that shoulder fit Is there a wrinkle In the neck Is that sleeve In right How can I smooth that out under the arm These and many other prob lems in fitting garments accur ately are solved in a new booklet by government experts Every woman will want a copy as it is fully illustrated and each step in correct fitting described in plain words Our Washington informa tion bureau recommends this booklet as the best thing ever printed on the subject The coupon and 4 cents in coin or stamps bring your copy Frederic J Hnskin Director Tho GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 4 ccnls in coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet FITTING DRESSES AND BLOUSES Street Oily Stito issued announce the appearance as speakers of several prominent Americans L J Taber master of the National Grange and M S Winder secretary of the American Farm Bureau federation will par ticipate with Mr Lowdeu and Charles E Hearst president of the Iowa Farm Bureau federation in a discussion on Looking Ahead in Rural Organization Mrs Josephine Corless Preston former president of the National Education association will speak on Independence of Country and City Life Dean A R Mann of Cornell university will summarize the work of the conference at the closing session Mrs Charles A Sewel chairman of the home and community committee of the American Farm Bureau fed eration will givean address at the opening session And did you throw old shoes at the couple Liza Lawsy no mam We done kilt E groom dat way last week Preacher says we mustnt no mo she added Times Union Throws Burning Paper From Window Saves Plymouth From Blaze PLYMOUTH Sept fire was prevented here by the work of FrankBarta when he threw a blaz ing box of waste paper from Ed Allens delicatessen shop on the south side of main street Thursday evening The fire was caused by someone throwing a lighted match or cigaret in the box 1000 NEW ACCOUNTS WOLFS FOR SPECIALS WOLFS SO AY ONLY TUESDAY has been some time since you have been of fered such oneday values Housewares is something every housewife needs Prices are for one day onlyx Set of Dinnerware 42 PIECES 6 plates 6 bread and butter 6 cups 6 saucers 6 fruits 6 salads platter veget able dish bowl cream er and covered feit sugar Tuesday 1 Imported CREAM AND SUGAR SETS in assorted colors pair 98 Bird Cages and Stands Complete Extra Special Unfinished Chairs All smooth wood and sanded ready to apply any color paint Only a lim ited number of chairs Shop early Genuine Leather GLADSTONE 23 inch size straps in black or brown Clothes Hamper In natural yellow trim and Axminister Rugs 27 x 50 Inch Size Tuesday Special 269 Unfinished Drop leaf Tables 25 Discount on All Colored Kitchenware For Tuesday Only OPEN AN ACCOUNT Mier Wolf Special Coaster Wagons 36inch box 10inch wheel 1inch tires TUESDAY ONLY Card Tables Nows the time to buy that card table Be prepared for the cold winter night at home 139 1 Hassocks Foot Stools 12x18 inch made of high grade mohair and velour Others made of leather OPEN AN ACCOUNT OPEN AN ACCOUNT Fruit Reamers and measuring dish in col ors of orange yellow and green Betty Bright SelfWrining Mop Special Family Scale Weighing up to 25 pounds Special Tuesday Only Delivers the Stove Armstrong Felt Base Rugs ft at 3x6 ft ft OPEN AN ACCOUNT Felt Base Floor Covering 6 ft wide 49c sq yd 3Burner Oil Stove 23 Perfection Jj Not as Lace Curtain Panels 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