The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 7, 1936 · Page 3
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April 7, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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MASON CITY GLOJBE-GAZBTTE, APRIL 7 193(5 THREE PASNAU TALKS TO ROTARY CLUB Explains How 17 Separate Conversations Are Sent Over Same Wires. Some of what are generally considered by the lay mind as mysteries in the telephone business, particularly as applied to long distance transmission, were explained Monday noon by C. 0- Pasnau, chief tester here for the A. T. and T., at a meeting- of the Rotary club in Hotel Hantord. Air. Pasnau told how it is possible to send 17 conversations over four wires without one interfering with another. Different frequencies · are used to make this possible. He also described a telephone repeater, an important pice of apparatus which makes conversations over long distances possible by building- up the tone when it becomes weak In connection with the transmission of sound over long distances. Mr. Pasnau mentioned that higher pitched tones have higher frequencies and that consequently the attention of the higher pitched tones Is greater. In relaying of radio broadcasts through the local office to Minneapolis, for e^rnple, it is necessary to reduce the intensity of bass drum beats and other low tones to keep the various tones of a band in proper proportion. Diagrams were drawn by Mr. Pasnau to illustrate several of the principles that he explained. He also described the teletype, by which ; news dispatches and other messages are transmitted to Mason City in a typewritten form. Guests were R. R. McMaines of Charles City, C. F. Weaver and C. R. Stoakes. "Borgia" of Spain? The Spanish public has IMJCM in- IcrcMed in the Irial of Senorita Dolores Coil 1 , uliove, accused of tli« poisoning of six young men in the village of La Graiija. ludson, LaPorte City, Janesville. Kinchford, New Hartford, Frecl- ·icksburg. Fredericka. Osage. Rockford, Nora Springs, Rudd, Parkers- iurg, Northwood. Wartburg Will Invite Seniors From 31 High Schools to Festivities WAVERLY -- Wartburg college plans to invite the senior classes fram 31 high schools in North Iowa to the high school Senior day probably on May S. The program for the day will in- ; elude an intercollegiate " baseball j contest and a May -fete and an open j house, featuring the science depart- ! rnent, in the evening. Thirty-one towns in the list of high schools to whom invitations will be sent are: Shell Rock, darks! viHe, Allison. Sumner. Fairbanks, Hazelton, Tripoli, Readlyn, Plainfield, Arlington. Denver, Waterloo, Nashua, Charles City. Oehvein, Greene, Maynard. Jesup, Strawberry Point, Oran, Lamont, New Hampton, Alta Vista, Elma, Waverly, Independence, Manchester It is to be hoped ilr. Mencken is wrong in his view that a Chinaman can beat President Roosevelt in November. American relations with Japan are bad enough as it is-Norfolk Virginian-Pilot. LLS MAN HIT, KILLED BY GAR Stellmacher, 50, Succumbs Without Regaining Consciousness. WELLS, Minn.--Gus Stellmacher died from internal hemorrhage a half hour after being struck by a car driven by N. T. Nelson on Main strest at 1 o'clock Saturday night, without regaining consciousness. He was 50 years of age. a bachelor. A sister, Mrs. Henry Gepp, resides here. Mrs. Osbrink Funeral Held at Forest City j FOREST CITY--Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the First Baptist church by the Rev. A. E. Belstrom for Mrs. Anna Osbring, mother or Wendell Osbrink of Forest City, who died in DCS Moines following a year's illness at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Emory Pearson. One sister, Miss Tillie Lewis, three brothers. Joe. Iver and Peter, all of this city, also survive. Burial was made in'the Swedish Baptist cemetery. Thomas Russell, 13, Buried. CLARION--Thomas Russell. 73, died at his home 6 miles south of Clarion Thursday night, after an llness of a week. 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