Daily News from New York, New York on July 23, 1930 · 168
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Daily News from New York, New York · 168

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Wednesday, July 23, 1930
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DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1930 ft MAIN LOBBY OF NEWS OPENED TO PUBLIC NFWS ph.. i..) Dr. Janus H. Scarr. meteorologist in charge of the I'. S. weather bureau, examining the weather maps in The News building lobby at the informal opening yotcrday. 1 to r.: Starr, I). Putnam lirinley. who painted the hujie c.lohe in the lobby, John M. Howell and U'aymond HtHid, architects. Geographical Show Mailed As Unique by Scientists. The News building's 4lM ft. lobby with its geographical, astronomical and meteorological exhibit, vhiih scicniiMs hai! as the most ':il4rate installation rf its kind in the world, will be thrown open to the public this morning. At a private showing, arranged , I v Raymond Hood, the architect, tl'.e giant aluminum globe twelve feet in diameter bearing a world 1 nap whiih took six months to complete was started turning fn ; its axis yesterday afternoon. From ; now on the "world" keeps rolling ' Jiloilg. (ilobe Weisrhs Two Tons. Tliis 4.000 pound plot is mount- ! ed in a brilliantly lighted well in ; the center of a rotunda, which is vaulted with black glass. From the top of the dome the "sun"' shines down on the "world" while reflections in the black glass can-cpy give definite impression fcf vast space. Encircling the rotating plot in the well is a brass railing for the ier.efit of visitors who want to Wtch the world po around. It makes a complete rotation each ten minutes. A series of panel exhibits extending completely around thi rotunda supplements the world exhibition as follows: Thirty inh mechanical glass globe utilizing internal illumination to show the daily, seasonal and annual aspect of the eartli to the sun. Show rianct's Functions. Calendar arrangement t-howing moonrise and m o o n s e t in nil phases and at all altitudes. Daily chart cf the movements of the moon. Map of I'nited States, Mexico. West Indies anil portions of Canada showing railways, time rone boundaries, air mail routes, pas- JULY SPECIALS- Beautiful Permanent Waves -v.- Realistic V CfMN flu.! r -tit 50 f NO E.XIRA5 FREDERICS $7'5 Genuine Eugene $C Hnir dre fre. J rxs push-up $zi SHLCl AL bmpo aad f-intrr Wr, tl. Hir Dr ICUUU4 122 W. 7,Y) (Ml IT 34th, Penn. 6426 8 W. 45th. Hurray Hill 1C5S senger and express air routes and lighted airways. Graphic regional plan map as conceived by the Russell Sage foundation for future development of the New York metropolitan district. Time the World Over. Standard time zone clock showing simultaneous time in the 24 tones, indicating principal cities in each rone and denoting, by shading, dawn, dusk and night throughout world. Weather map of entire northern hemisphere showing average weather conditions by the month throughout and daily weather conditions throughout U. S., Europe and the Atlantic Ocean. Daily weather bulletins and constant reports as recorded on the roof of the News building as to barometer and thermometer readings, rainfall, wind direction and velocity, relative humidity and sunshine. Kven the floor of the lobby itself has been made a factor in this exposition dealing with everyday things. Markings inlaid on the floor show the compass points and Great Circle distances from that exact point in the News building to the principal points of the world. '"It is probably the most unique and most elaborate collection of geographical. astronomical and meteorological data gathered in one place anywhere in the world." said Dr. James IL Scarr, meteorologist in charge of the U. S. Weather Bureau in New York, who attended the preliminary opening. (Other picture on page 21) WOOLSEY INDICTED Morristown, N. J., July 22. A murder indictment was returned here today against Harry Woolsey, 14-year-old killer of his mother's maid, Anna Miller. This liqujd kills every last fly because "IT PENETRATES" Black Flag Liquid is the deadliest insect-killer made. It penetrates the tiny breathing tubes of flies, mosquitoes, moths, roaches, ants bedbugs, fleas. 1 1 kills them quicker. Yet it always costs less than other well-known brands. Money back if not satisfied. O 9io, r. ctk LIQUID .... YA XL. dLACk FLAG SPRAY KIU.S rut MOTHS H" MADE BY TH; MAKTtRS OF BLACK These SANDALS were simply "walking out at $3.69 and $2.97 Now 19 A9 Hidit at the time when you need them for your vacation! Cool, smart, comfortable. Sizes 3 to o, widths A A to C, but not every size in every style! ;I1IE LOUKK PRICED SHOE SECTION Eighth Floor MACY'S SITU STREET AND BROADWAY

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