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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - August 29, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota
Weather tit it i in a tat third fair and warmer i he Republican edition of l Xxxvi Mitchell s. Thursday August 29, 1929 twelve pages number 277 ends epochal world right in 1930 vote is to be unusual is prediction even off year will not take away All interest in Bye elections More upsets seen Carton. A. Aug. 29�?po thuning which struck in so. A Sot places in the unusual a of 1928, threatens to play. T orally interesting in 1930. To already Are strange por r i ext year s campaigns and n lose questions As to the turf some of the most cons Picu Fures in National and state ? uncertainties hover Over ions prominent As political As the first rumblings Are f preparations for election rational House of rep a s. About one third of the i numerous state offic Oprin gun by Ritchie it ring gun was fired sat a democratic state move Maryland which Challenge >.ider?hip of governor Alt i Cine who has been and. a the favorite son of the a democracy for presiden a. Is. And suggested As a pos a re Date for a fourth term or. R Ritchie has been so r in the National demo a to took such a leading the in 1928. And is so con a St at is rights Quot and Antii or. Leader in National poli in any development affecting a r is important beyond state line s notion was in the r a endorsement by demo. Baltimore county second to in the state which first Airship to Fly around world Board to Aid in financing present crop Loans to be made co Ops using Grain of this year As Security press organization Chicago ill., aug. 29�? a immediate financial Relief for Grain Farmers through Loans by the Federal farm Board on a hedged Grain which has already been used As collateral for Loans from Federal intermediate credit Banks was promised late yesterday at the close of the three Day rejuvenation can now makes land in be rolled into pills rapid at least that is what scientific men claim a older theory of transplanted glands to be discarded 1 a animal experiments prove new Contention Boston. Mass aug. 29 up a new method of rejuvenation that requires neither Monkey glands nor operations was described to the thirteenth International physiological Congress by or. Casimir Funk of Paris. He has isolated the vital principle of masculinity or one of them known As the male hormone. An extract embodying it has been employed thus far Only on animals but or. Funk said his purpose is to attempt to reduce it to tablets that can be taken in Ordinary fashion on a physician s prescription. Or. Funk has a world wide reputation in medicinal science As one of the discoverers of vitamins. He is the Man who coined the name his present research was done with at Lakehurst Tor the present we have to work with injections. Or. Funk said that clinical sex Airliner pc rim in us on applying the Hor tinier Jet Cury Mono to human beings will be undertaken in new York. He said that chemically the hormone appears to lie similar to one of the female hormones which have been extracted successfully Lor some Uthe latest development in re Aplin St oration of youth by gland graft put hangar berth by Navy Clew in Hoover lauds trip Grain marketing conference by Alex-1 01 rom August Ander Legge. Chairman of the farm Board. Legge asserted that the Board would loan to cents a Bushel on such Grain to members of Farmed cooperatives. Session adjourned Heckscher and Jules s. Bache the banker both of new York and from Harold Mccormick of Chicago. Part of the research was done in Paris and part by or. Benjamin Harrow of the College of the City of new York. Pictures prove claims or. Funk showed Hie Congress the meeting adjourned without i a Ted Aldo a was to less is above is a picture of the Graf Zeppelin As she appeared flying Over the Airship hangar at Lakehurst Jie where her remarkable feat of circling the Globe in 21 Days began and finished the Graf is the first dirigible Airship to make a circuit of the Globe. About sixty persons including passengers and Crew were carried on the ship during each stage of the flight. Adopting any definite plans for the proposed nationwide Grain marketing corporation. The sub committee of three appointed to draft plans for the corporation was ordered to Dis and Wattles filled out. Shrivelled because of loss of masculinity. Then he threw on the screen the same fowl ten Days after receiving the hormone extract and the pictures showed the Combs erect los Angeles to join Graf Zep u. S. Airship to Start return to Lakehurst from Cleveland describes grafts 500 foot Falls u. S. Naval officer says roughest air Over Rocky mountains by Lorena a. Hickok associated press Taff writer naval air station Lakehurst Cleveland o., aug. 2�?up�?T�?moored overnight to a stub Mast at Cleveland Airport the Navy dirigible loss naval air station Lakehurst n. Angeles was pointed to a return a. Aug. 29�? pm although while Ridley in suite Wuu Vii i cruise to the Graf Zeppelin at j ing the Tail of a typhoon As she Apio but does not include. A a ,. Pm , to of David Mein i Lakehurst n. J., today after com j preached Japan the Graf Zeppelin plating for the first time Transfer sometimes dropped 500 feet the of a passenger to an air plane while roughest going she encountered on in flight. Her entire flight around the Earth president of the state lathe nomination for govern. So far has been silent on cans. The endorsement of the first Man Euver in Campaign was regarded As that Ritchie could not it Imore county to support nomination for a fourth i As an Effort to Force hand at what he expects 1930. Mcintosh is rated a _ Issue of prohibition is hawser stretched Between two up 1 rights on the top Wang of his plane to a Hook attacked to a ladder of Wulc All the Man Euver was performed gains Lieut fore 100.000 spectators at the National air races yesterday. The two crafts made the first Public demonstration of a a Landing in midair during the Man Euver when Lieut a w. Gorton of the Navy engaged a . \ Battle in Virginia a a to in amp a a it a a Ltd Tom the tee or publican state Organ assisted Fey and Smith vac r of the North Carolina derm Acy senator Fum fold m. In Mons and the other is senator in Heflin of Alabama. Iii each state Many democrats up thinking and talking of the it Nihil cities of bringing out Caners to defeat the two senators at the outset it seems entirely a threat will not go much beyond Alk. It is difficult to get a cantata in North Carolina against he venerable Simmons who is 75. My who first came to Congress in 856 in Alabama a candidate in not Heflin is being groomed. There is As yet no indication the nut or can be a horsed. Nevis move to overthrow Yare on the Republican Side a word from Philadelphia of a new a a ment to overthrow the Lead a hip of William s. Vare. Who Al in refused admission to the mate and stricken with p rot Rad illness has continued to rank the Boss. State nominations Are a Issue. In Illinois republicans look forma to one of the most interest senatorial primaries Ever yield n mrs. Ruth Hanna Mccormick i daughter of Marcus a. Hanna in q hat tip for the govt i the Loa Angeles has been launched in the Contact had been established Lieut. Calvin blaster of the los Angeles Crew descended to the who have earned over1plane a then the two crafts turned Vear their opposition to to nth the wind. The air plane was Dis or Carter Glass and governor engaged and was landed under its r believes it has a real Chance, 5? by Angeles c. Republican to state office continued in flight above the Airport. A o d Dominion the Experiment had in View Thorn a a a direct result of the 1928 Nae of two 6.000,000 cubic foot Ding s a there is talk in two other Isles for the Navy which states of democratic re have hangars in their hulls for five a Quot in it primaries against two i fighting planes converting the Tiirik mocha c senators whose terms Isles into air plane carriers with tire next year and who were their own Fleet of fighting ships for orc he most conspicuous demo j Protection and offensive combat. Tic opponents of governor Smith i the Man Euver climaxed the great resident. One is the Veteran est display of Aerial activity yet seen at the races. During the Dav two Cross country derbies arrived there were demonstrations of mimic warfare by army and Navy Pursuit planes and bombers the largest Gli Der contest Ever staged in the United states was held and col. Charles a. Lindbergh again stunted for the spectators. The expected arrival of the Graf Zeppelin held 50.000 at the Airport until Long after the last event but the crowd did not see the ship until almost Midnight. The Graf circled the City and Airport several hours later than it had been expected and flew immediately to the East on the Way to Lakehurst. Loren w. Mend a la was thought to be the Winner of the Derby from Oakland Cal but official results will not be made known until a new compute Hon is made of elapsed time made by the three fliers who finished. Joe Barrows of Oakland placed second in unofficial ratings and j. C. Donaldson of Newark. . Third. Errett Williams of Greenville. S. Cd won the Philadelphia Derby in the heavy plane division and j. Wesley 8mith of Philadelphia led the Light plane class. A a o attempt to win a seat in the no 77-11 of nip e. Where both her husband and la Mikun i 1 i Jolk father served. She is a pros married today i a candidate for the re my it not a Yorki a air 29 a it up it a an nomination against Senate to enee n. In Massachusetts democrats who ate not forgotten that their state put for Smith last kit belive a infused Republican sit tettion May Nable them to elect a sedate next a or. For senator Gillett is treated with a bitter primary fight he seeks another term. All political developments look i toward next year Are in their Illust stages. But it is not too irly to perceive that the by elec on. Following one of the most toasting presidential campaigns a Roan try Ever Nad May prove to interesting themselves much Ore than is usual in a so called j to year. Angster victim goes to Hospital Chicago Iii. Aug. 29.�? a a a lit f fellow Swarthy furtive and Fleet affied a dec Man to Henrotte a coital last night. Chicago police d another gang a ride slaying solve. Walter can. Or. President of inspiration pictures. Inc., and Ruth elder flier and motion picture actress were married at noon today in the municipal Chapel by City clerk. Michael j. Cruise Only two members of cruise s staff a clerk and a stenographer were present As witnesses. O a Barber and banker in Lawton. Okla. Prefer foot racing to the Hollywood diet for reducing their 1 _ _ of Tarp run an hour club functions before Eck ener pays visit to president Hoover Washington. C aug. 29�?j a or. Hugo Eckener. Commander of the Graf Zeppelin today received in. A a it a Aan in. Ir4 n a we mgt in. It a it person i rom president Hoover a. Own Rocky Moun Jack Richardson. American naval observer said today. Lieut. Richardson who with commander Charles e. Rosendale. In command of All Navy lighter Toan air Craft represented the United states government on the cruise gave no details As to the roughness of the air Over the Rockies but he left room for conjecture by describing the experiences the Graf had while Riding out the Tail of the typhoon. A sometimes wed drop 500 feet and sometimes wed go up 500 he said with a Grin a and she rolled and pitched a lot but those 500 foot drops were nothing like so fast As you a take them in an air plane and we never were really in any grave n question about rodder both commander Hugo Eckener and Lieut. Richardson were plied with questions about the grafts damaged rudder. As she was pulled Down this morning almost the first thing everybody noticed was that the lower Edge of her rudder was crumpled the fabric Tom and wrinkled. The Universal comment from laymen was. A look what those High tension wires out in los Angeles did to her. Commander Eckener waved the questions away with an expression already made famous by americans own hero of the air. A ooh we had a couple of he said. A very Slit mishaps but the damage done in Tokyo was repaired in eight hours and i got Loose from those wires All right out Over Las Lieut. Richardson explained that the Graf hit her rudder on the ground while taking off from los Angeles. A we did no to hit those High tension he said. A we All Felt a slight bump As we took off from the los Angeles Field he added a but we did no to know any damage had been done until somebody radioed us about it while we a were still Over los mobbed by crowd commander Eckener in the entire trip possibly never suffered any where nearly so much actual physical discomfort As he must have experienced As he stepped out of his ship in the hangar Here today. First the crowd made a dash for him. And then the newspapermen. As he came into the press room. He was breathing hard and perspiring profusely. But his Brown weather lined face wrinkled to a Grin As the reporters began to clap their hands a somewhat rare tribute for a group of newspapermen. A the crowd and the enthusiasm or Chicago last he said. His face lighting up. A they were something the like of which i had never been before. A and san Francisco that was most impressive. The Bay. The Hills the crowds. Marvelous and yet that crowd to Loa Angeles and the warmth of their Welcome i was deeply moved and in a o troops to quit Rhineland in �?T30 Britch and belgians to Start evacuation move at once the Hauge aug. 29.�? api a the creditor Powers and the germans reached an agreement on the Young reparations plan at the Hague conference this afternoon. A full session of All the Powers represented at the conference will be held at to a. Rn., tomorrow to conclude officially the business for which they met on August 6. A since it has been shown that the male hormone decreases with old age a he said a we can logically assume that by supplying the male hormone at the beginning of the aging process we can successfully and for a time contract this pro Tine its work after tentative plans submitted yesterday had been refused. The sub committee members however were optimistic and said they believed that they were on the right track towards organization of corporation which would meet with the approval of both the Federal farm Board and the cooperatives. Whatever plans they draft will be submitted to George Farrand. General Counselor for the farm Board who will pass upon their legality under the agricultural marketing act. Legge announces loan Legge said in his announcement run for of the additional Loans offered by a Ite a the farm Board charges against com a whenever cooperative elevators fort seeker terminal associations and Grain Sioux Falls s. D., aug. 29-up &0sottt,f�endserah1avl.,r0s a thre,. Warin the credit Bank the Federal farm Board t will make an additional Advance of today when mayor George ing was described by s. Voronoff of Paris one of the world famous exponents of this technique. He said i evidence accumulates that grafted glands do not shrivel and Digap i Bear. But that they continue tos be. Nevertheless the effects of the grafting do not last indefinite in. A thanks to ten years observation of a number of grafted animals and men a he said a the successive results now Are definitely established. They follow no notable change during the first two months then a gradual improvement in muscular strength better appetite better working of organs hitherto enfeebled and. In the Case of men. Greater capacity for intellectual work lower blood pressure better metabolism. These symptoms Are very marked during the first two or three years but fall off gradually until in the fifth year. They Eusebio a. Hernandez of the col i lege of France in Paris appealed a for formation of world wide Scien a Tiftic organization to study Means to a prevent the Phenomena of proof already exists he said that death is not altogether so Ines Cap the Hague Netherlands aug. 29. A up a the political committee of Cess through prolonging the a j Able As fatalist have taught. Phys a j Tive period of Man s life. Our aim i to Logiste possess evidence to the is to concentrate the hormone to j contrary obtained by keeping single such an extent that Large doses can organs alive after death of the be Given in the form of parts of the body. Panama Pioneer British Quel wins in a walk holy War riots associated press staff writer naval air station. Lakehurst. N. Aug. 29�?</p a looping the Loop around the world in one of the greatest exploits of flying history the German dirigible Graf Zeppelin settled to Earth at 7 13 o clock e. S. T. This mor Nirso just 21 Days. Seven hours and 33 minutes after leaving on her 20.900 mile journey. Actual flying time deducting the time spent on the ground at Fried Richshafer Tokyo and los Angeles. The Only three stops that were made was la Days. 23 hours Anc 14 minutes both flying and elapsed times breaking All previous records. The last leg of the flight from los Angeles was completed in Al hours and 59 minutes. Best Mears record the previous record for elapsed time around the world was made last year by John Henry Mears and c. B. Collyer who used planes Over land and ships across the Atlantic and Pacific. Their time was 23 Days 15 hours and 21 minutes. The Only previous flight record around the world in and sort of air Craft was made in 1924 by the United states army fliers. They took 175 Days to get around of which 15 Days and six hours was spent actually in the air. Falls to grass world log to cents a Bushel on a hedged Grain this Advance will be made on the same storage receipts or documents the reparations conference today. Which have been accepted by the in fixed the end of next june for termination of the occupation of toe Rhineland. Hie belgians and British will termed ate Bank. These papers Are to be Des posted with the custodian of the intermediate credit he explained that toe farm boards Lien would be subordinate to that withdraw their troops at once after a Keiff Ltd by Coop adoption of the Young plan at the beginning of september completing evacuation within three months after the Young plan goes into effect. The third zone the Mainz Bridge-1 Era Tive has been hedged through Sale for future delivery at a stipulated Price the Board will loan up to 90 per cent of the Sale Price of the Grain and a similar loan will be made. Legge said when Grain has head will be completely free from i not been sold through an Exchange French troops before the end of but contracted for outright by a rep june 1930. Evacuation of that zone stable buyer. # will begin As soon As the Young 0- plan for reparations payments has been ratified by the French and German parliaments and will proceed As rapidly As the physical conditions will permit. The French will begin evacuation of the second zone at the same time As toe British and belgians begin to withdraw and will have left that part of German territory within three months. The occupying Powers got Down to a definite offer in their bargaining with the germans this morning looking toward German acceptance of the new proposals designed to satisfy British demands for an increased share in reparations payments. Premier Briand of France in behalf of the French and belgians wrote foreign minister Stresemann of Germany a letter saying that they would pay one fourth of the Cost of the expenses of toe occupation after september i if toe germans would adhere to the arrangement among the creditors and make an Accord possible. This letter was the subject of discussion this morning by the germans and the three occupying Powers after which toe state of negotiations concerning the Rhineland was considered in the full political committee. Of killed by Golf Ball Chicago. Ii. Aug. 29�?�?John Dale Leach. 12. Caddy at the Calumet country club died yesterday after having his Skull fractured by a Golf Ball driven by another Caddy Henry Johnson. 14. Weather forecast w. Burnside announced that he i would order dismissal of charges of indecency and disorderly conduct against Ralph Duncan of Bradentown. Fla., Pioneer of daytime Wear for night apparel Here. Difference of opinion in Thad dismiss larger cities in Palestine ape under control disorders feared Jerusalem aug. 29�?c45 a rioting in Jerusalem was ceasing today with the steady arrival of British troops but guerrilla warfare was in Progress in the jewish where Arab raiders Are houses and granaries. As the situation came under control within toe larger cities today. There was still fear of a fur = As Tother Oprics of a it a is in Public Panama wearing developed when commissioner Joseph s. Nelson announced that he would appear at next tuesdays regular commission meeting attired in slumber gear despite mayor Burnside a edict against anything but private display of male Negligee. This edict promoted by Duncan a first appearance in pyjamas was enforced by his arrest in the downtown streets tuesday while ens Rome Okoboji boat pilots i was granted a jury trial when a face indictments the remoter regions. There was even one unconfirmed report that arabs in Nablus Central Palestine City had declared their Independence from England and had raised the turkish Flag. British forces however have been occupying Mast of the jewish colonies and the colonists Are evacuating the places where troops cannot be sent. Most of the refugees Are flocking to Tel Aviv. Sir John Chancellor toe High commissioner arrived in Jerusalem this morning after a visit to eng Bull Alexandria s. D., july 20, 1929. Dear Biri thanking you for rerun of my Bull and. Your i sold your truly n. Fritschen in re were five wbk Woodi toll Andrj rur it i body of Hie Tad my tote hrt1 and incr in miffed As John f. Bowman. 3. I take Freer and hoodlum. The Man to carried Bowman Toto the Boa Ai apparently believed him to be ii attle. Ask who it he a pm us is no place for me a and j Wied through a second Story d . But r e Oli Blic an just As Bouto Dakota mostly fair tonight and Friday Wanner tonight and in East portion Friday. Minnesota fair in South partly Cloudy in North portion tonight and Friday warmer Friday and to West i. A Quot 4 a fit a of Fri i by a portion Tor a. North Dakota partly Cloudy tonight and Friday Wanner tonight and to Southeast Ponton Friday cooler Friday in Northwest Ponton. Nebraska mostly fair tonight and Friday so Ghuy warmer tonight in West portion warmer Friday and South Central portions. Iowa mostly fair tonight expression of the admiration of Lei Fonda or wow i Lief of maximum and minimum tem Peta to kid no mtg h us ii Thorn a Mil a for Here at 2 04 p. In. And was taken v t to the White House immediately. I--7 a a he told newspaper men Tost upon his return to Fried Richha Fen Germany he planned to attempt an organization of a lighter than air Amit corporation to operate Zep i Nevins in the Tram Atlantic a vice j spirit Lake la., aug. 29�? Pic the Dickinson county grand jury shortly after i p. In. Today returned four indictments charging nine deaths in toe recent Lake Okoboji boat crash and two persons jointly with conspiracy to destroy property and business of a rival boat company. Those indicted on manslaughter charges Are Jasper Alexander Mechanic on toe boat miss thriller Frank Long Pilot of the miss thriller and Harold Yarnes Pilo of the Zipper. Are charged jointly in one indictment with conspiracy to destroy the property and business of the miss third Era a owners. All of the defendants Are held under appearance Bonds of $2,500. The cases will be heard at the september term of District court before judge James Deland at spirit Lake. Lady Heath Hurt in plane crash Cleveland. Ohio aug. 29.�? a a lady Mary Heath famous British aviatrix was injured critically Here today when an air plane nose dived and crashed through the roof of a factory. Rushed to an emergency clinic Hospital. Lady Heath was found to have probably a fractured Skull a Cut in her Scalp other cuts on her body and probably numerous broken Bones and internal injuries doctors said Irwin Kirk. 28. Cleveland air plane Mechanic who was Riding with lady Heath also was injured but not seriously. Baseball scores american league first game r h e Boston 020 400 too 10 3 Philadelphia. 004 too a a 7 10 i moms and he tog shores and Cochrane too 019 Joo i s 2 too Ooi Ooi 2 t a _ l. Of nuts Tab of Mil Sisters doctors and others that Najama wearing was not Only a a decent but healthful and aesthetic in announcing dismissal of the Case. Burnside said the matter had been misrepresented to him. His inspection of a picture of the Panama Clad Duncan while under arrest convinced him the youth was a attired in a decent Burnside added. A the pyjamas look More like a dress suit to me than night attire and i feel that the Case against Duncan should be he reiterated his previous declaration that a anyone Waiking on the streets attired in night Wear Only lately went into conference with him. Rumours were circulating today of an incipient movement by the arabs at Tiberius on the sea of Galilee Gaza and in trans Jordania. As troops continued to arrive. However Confidence was Felt that every movement could now be checked. Heroism shown As jews guard old mosaic scrolls Jerusalem. Palestine aug. 29�?up a out of the chaos of the Palestine disorders there was revealed today heroism of a Little band of jews by the associated press times Are Eastern Standard wednesday. A. 7 10 39 p. �?left la urst n. J., for Fried Rich Shinfen. Saturday a. To 7 33 a. �?landed at Friedrichs Hafen. Completing trip of 4,200 Milea in 55 hours 24 minutes. I wednesday aug. 14 ketsti10 34 a m k1 Friedrichs Hafen burning j for Tokyo. Monday. Aug. 19 4 27 a. �?landed at Kasumis Aura Export completing trip of 6,-880 Miles in 101 hours. 53 minutes. Friday aug. 23 1 13 a. In. Left Kasumis Naira for los Angeles. Sunday aug. 25 9 02 p. In. off far alone islands. 9 25 p. In. Arrived Over Golden Gate circled san Francisco and neighbouring Bay cities. 9 45 p. In. Headed for i it of Angeles. Monday aug. 26 8 11 a. In. Landed at los Angeles completing flight from Tokyo in 78 hours 58 minutes. Tuesday aug. 27 3 14 a. In. Left los Angeles for Lakehurst n. 7 40 p. In. Passed Over Fabens Texas headed North. Wednesday aug. 28 9.39 a. M. Kansas City to. 4 25 p. �?Chicago. 8 40 p. In. Detroit 10 13 p. In. Cleveland. Thursday aug. 29 11 56 p. In. Newcastle a. 2 06 a. In. Belfonte a 5 02 a. In. Reached new York 7 13 a. In. Landed at Lakehurst from Hebron which stood out like a is committing an indecent act and i Tole from the old testament. That is toe stand that i Nevon did not indicate what effect toe mayors action would have on his intention to attend the commission session in pyjamas. Chicago pineapple tossers indicted Chicago. I. Aug. 29�?up a a grand jury bomb fuse with six indictments sputtered in criminal coun today the states attorneys answer to the Chicago a bomb buteo a attorney John a. Swanson. Himself the victim of a bomb bomb stuck just prior to his election. Ordered the arrest yesterday of six men who he charges Are a after the massacre last Sabbath in which 15 americans were among nearly 70 jews trilled a few survivors decided to try to Rescue toe sacred scrolls containing rive books of Moses written in ancient hebrew from the Hebron synagogue. They obtained toe scrolls and suited for Jerusalem. They almost reached toe City when a band of arabs attacked them and in their attempt to keep the holy scrolls of hebraic Law from profanation 13 More Hebron jews were injured. Two Young jews who were understood to be theological students at the Hebron talmudic protected the scrolls with their bodies receiving severe wounds. Their fight was successful and the holy archives brought to safety. Scallin for Lake Bonds favouring a Bond Issue As against a five year program for the development of Lake Mitchell s. H. Sea lion former president of the chamber of Commerce today said that he believed that the a sooner the Lake was developed the better satisfied people would the Quick development he declared would make possible mediate Revenue from the amusement places and at 7 a in today is roads Good pre-1p us Ion a Star january i in in car a hex id Tost he did not a Boer us j 1 up toe proposition furl a ten i to rsm i weather and roads that to not alway pos-�1 e. But Republican do blk him Tom. Polk Ibl of of so vice a ads will come near rhe Interne said the Man told or brining it than any other of pm c he had Bowman lying toe Street a police believe bed Vert is in medium. To v the 3wa How the gangs i perhaps who shot him Blank. German one do a at Gutti Fleet. Or. In a wed the protected Craft would w urge than the Oraf Zeppelin Sod Woald carry 300 no Aen grf already he added Ell terror a mraibie via. Eotjrtrurt4ao which would be be a a. A us run it the Graf Zeppelin try the Aal n. I lad Prea a temp. Tam i Mph of in to Moas pails �,7 v ?4 Fogt Quad. Yankton b in in a f mad a butt Al i a a Oto i Abar Dat a m in a a a Tai i Watertown i Imi in a gee Ila Tai cd m a gang Broos or in to our j ferry m in in in Quot Quot its �?�1 am absolutely in favor of a Bond Issue for financing Lake Mitchell because i believe a would be easier on the taxpayer of the City and would make improvement quicker and Cusser than the Frow your plan. A Winch the 110.000 would have to be levied of the tames each year. Or. Crellin Swad. Further. I think that some Good Weed Trees should be planted aspic wily where the picnic grounds and pleasure grounds will he. I Aftaw behave that the atty should have More of the land Ai the Lake than i Fay a a mall amp aunt funding the share. Imps a Ameen Witt Hawk in the in i in Ere aaa in value and Batt am by the tug dim id nut have in pay a kicker Price whew she Lime Carnie whew they a in want mum the land. A Pahic no eng Wal by i tuesday avar my of we by it of a be Nar Maal die Sake add my the amp which bimbos c sawn the weather was perfect As the Graf reached the end of toe first flight around the world of a lighter than Airship. A warm morning Sun shone in the great bags Silvery sides As it floated in from the North after a visit to Manhattan. Lazily it circled Over the Field a crowd of some 5.000 persons racing along the ground to be close at the Landing and pointed its nose downward. The ship overshot the Landing Crew of 450 sailors and marines and they had to scamper across the Field after the dragging ropes which were lowered to the ground at 7 07. Once they had hold of them the operation of lowering the dirigible to the ground wag performed with expert precision. Crowd is orderly As the Graf was being hauled Down commander Hugo Eckener. Its Veteran commander waved from a Cabin window and Lieuten an commander Charles e. Roaen Dahl i. 8. N. Who made the ensure world trip leaned out beside Lim to wave a Gray Scarf to the crowd below the crowd was handled without any trouble by Well drilled sailors and marines and there was an air of casualness about the entire proceeded of tending. Ai the ship touched the ground William b. Leeds one of toe am i Means to make toe world journey j appeared at toe open Cabin we and beckoned with a by to a newsboy after several futile at tempt toe to managed to Duck through toe marinas delivered to paper amt came grinning a with to Tea. The land tag was made at he Aud in t m in was safety bunt Al in toe hangar empty ter Sam of Tbs nut Las i to or rare in a through cloth Psi Valew euro Kern in a a Gnu of Tbs Phlp Anat Attar la team my the my a a a a Quot i it to m a m saws
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