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The Garden Island Radio Column
By MIKE O'FARAD
Did you see our radio ud?
The mysterious air Is getting more
interesting every night.' Xr. Mene
fogllo has picked up four radiophone
stations from the mainland. The lat
est one, KLDB puts on regular pro
grams, grand opera, 'neverything.
One may not like the usual phono
graph concert, but you don't have
to listen to them. Tune around and
pick up some coast phone and en
Joy some real music.
Mrs. E. Livesey lias joined the
radio, fans an dhas her own set at
Kapaa homestead. She tunes in on
the Honolulu programs every ev
ening and last week picked up
music and talking from California
and Salt Lake City very clear.
The Burbank operator was report
ing that he had picked up KGU of
Honolulu and was talking about It
hoping someone down here was
listening. Well, he was heard al
right. Hello, KDYX of Honolulu! Mu
tual night came over fine, Suggent
that you sign up Doc. and Bob. as
a regular weekly feature.
Humored a Kauai resident re
cently received a small crystal de
tector radio receiving set. Said ra
dio set will receive music broad
casts about ten miles. Owner of this
set is seriously planning to move
hls family to Honolulu so he can
hear the broadcasting programs.
The air Is full of catter from the
mainland amateur stations. The oth
er night I picked up radio signals
from an amateur in San Diego talk
ing to a friend in Itoswell, N. M.
This boy in San Diego is laid up
in bed with a broken spine and
radio helps him pass the long hours.
Well, folks, the Giants took the
Sunday game In the World Series
championship again. Wo were hop
ing Honolulu would broadcast the
story of each game, hut permission
was not granted. But its coming.
We have strong hopes of getting
the news broadcasted: "B;U1 one.
Strike one, Babe up. Bank, another
homer. Hooray, Yanks now In the
Wouldn't that sound great coming
out of a magnavox?
Q. I am having considerable with
static. Advise what to do.
A. Eat more fish.
Last week one line in this column
regarding the present day regard
ing the present day receivers said
they were good for days. This should
have read "years."
Tonight's feature on the air will
he a tenor solo by C. Dan of Tin
kerville, entitled "Tuning, Always
Tuning." (Ford owners special.)
Following this will be a barrel
tone solo by I. M. Thurstee, en
titled "You may take away my
licker but you can't keep me still."
Intermission for applause.
Next Sunday evening the Poros
knit Summer Quartet will render
several holy selections.
Next Sunday the radio minisitpr
is going to play golf. Probably Mr.
wooa win tune in the sermon.
Say folks, dron in and sen tli
Aeriola Sr. radio set. Ideal for thn
small family. Requires no storage
President Harding Is a radio en
thusiast. A high power radiopi.one has been
Installed In the President's study for
the reception of musio, lectures and
The ideul aerial for the reception
of radiophone is two wires spaced
six feet apart and one hundred feet
long and as high as you can get it.
The National Bank of Dayton, ().,
lias Installed a radiophone set for
the purpose of broadcasting financial
programs consisting ot financial ad
vise, stock and bond quotations and
warning of activities of bogus pro
moters. This will be a sort of an
experiment and is be in;? watched by
other financial men as to the outcome.
THE LATEST SPORT
Playing games ... wireless is the
latest sport; provided you both have
a radiophone transmitter. Playing
games by radio is fast spreading
throughout the country. Checkers is
the most popular.
Hadio now only 25 years old has
changed more rapidly and radically
than any other science.
For a while when a change was
made it was to increase. The sta
tions being made larger and more
powerful. Some stations occupy an
area of 75 acres. At the present time
the radio sets, both sending and
receiving, are getting smaller and
smaller. It is predicted that in ten
years we will have vest pocket re
ceivers and tube sending stations for
trans-oceanic and trans-country work
all housed in a small room no larger
than the ordinary office.
NEW POWER TUBES
The three electrode vacuum tube
is now universally used not only for
receiving radio messages and broad
cast programs but is coming into
more widespread use in connection
with transmission of radio mes
sages. These tubes are now being
used in the radiophone transmitting
sets for broadcasting and generates
from one-half to five kilowats of
high frequency power.
It has long been realized that, fol
lowing out the principles made use
of in tiie small tubes, it would ulti
mately bo possible to construct tubes
of larger power. This realization has
come true. Vacuum tubes capable of
generating 20 kilowatts have been
designeil and put to work.
The tube is similar to the small
vacuum tube except that tlin plate
forms part of the tube wall on the
outside. Rectified alternating cur
rent is used to operate them.
Banks of these tubes in parallel
will be able to transmit sufficient
energy to operate the great trans
oceanic radio stations and which
will replace the high power houses
and generating plants in use today.
Eventually these tubes will be in
creased in size and power and hun
dreds or even thousands of kilowatts
will be generated. This will mean
the establishment ot greater ease in
the electrification of railroads and
long distance transmission of pow
er by means of direct current.
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for Christmas. Send your order to
the K. C. Hopper News Agency, Ll-
nue. none 22-L. Adv.
By means of the navy radio, broad
casting station at Anacostia, the Vet
erans' Bureau employment service
is broadcasting via radiophone op
portunities of employment for veter
ans. Names of the skilled vets are
also broadcasted for the benefit of
New Zealand is Famous
for its Dairy Products
Maile Butter upholds it fame. It is sweet,
wholesome and appetizing, (lives richness and
zest to food. Ureud is a treat when spread willi
Let the children judge they'll ask for Maile
Butter on their lunch sandwiches.
Specify Maile Butter when you order
Metropolitan Meat Market
Agents for Territory
WAILUA PARK CLEARING
TO BE CONTINUED
Two hundred dollars was appro
priated by the hoard of sup r isors
to ((.ntinuo the clearing :n.! clean,
ing of Wailua park, only tun ruihl
inj.;s remain on the pari; pivmi.-es
and it is expected that these will
be removed shortly.
The Liliuo lead gang is lnsy re
movi"g !io rocks and bivnU'nz ihun
i-p lor tht crusher to lie ucd on
COUNTY TO ASPHALT
The board of supervisors voted
at their meeting last week to as
phalt the road at Maholona hot-pital
from the gate at the government
road to the main entrance of the
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P. O. Box 594
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8 a. m. to 12 m.
1 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
ob. many cars
and one is alw ays set
As much as 20 of the power at the rear or
driving wheels of the automobile may be lo9t
through the use of an incorrect oil. Too heavy
an oil, or one lacking in certain qualities, acts
as a brake on the car.
The ideal oil is the thinnest oil which will keep
the bearing parts separated, and at the same
time offer in itself the least frictional resistance
to the engine power going to the driving wheels.
This oil, providing it has "oiliness," stability
and purity, will give perfect lubrication and
permit the development of the maximum power,
speed and gasoline mileage of the car.
Zerolene fills all these requirements perfectly.
The Ideal Oil
All beating clrainncts decrease under the heat of opera
tion. Analysis nf Zcrolene shnws that the differences in Its
body at the various engine temperatures, from ccd to
operating temperature, follow in close relation the de
crease in bearing clearances.
For this reason Zerolene oils have at all operating tem
peratures exactly the required body to splash and flow
freely Into the last-moving, Email-clearance bearings to
provide an adequate film of lubricant.
Because of this and its "oiliness," stability and purity,
Zerolene gives perfect lubrication under all conditions
of engine operation, and permits the development of the
maximum power, speed and gasoline mileage of the car.
less friction and wear
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Read The Garden Island
It is a noticeable ami significant fact lisl of buyers eager to get this good,
that you very rarely see u Studcbakcr ot, the .j,,.,,,,.,,,.,. ,... ilt a .lvi ice .
used car market. This, despite the fact that m,,y is;)1(1 of 1I;nvaii asJ WeU flS
m the past two or three years this car out- throughout (he mainland, the Ktudebaker
sold practically all others in its price class has ,,,,, ,lliU u is 1)(.t((l. ,., ,uost otLep
m Ilawau. Iu.lk(ls of t..(I.s sl.1Iiliy llllll(ms of dollars high-
lew Studebaker owners are willing to part U is .unuult to beat in anv class,
with their cars, and when they do, there's a
Have younoted the nevcTJow prices recently announced ?
JK2CASH PRICES HONOLULU
Light Six Touring $1290 Special Six Touring $1635
Light Six Roadster $1290 Special Six CI. Roadster $1605
Light Six Sedan $1925 Special Six Coupe $2340
Light Six Coupe $1560 Special Six Sedan $2520
Big Six Touring $2050
Big Six Coupe $2800
Big Six Sedan $3015
Big Six Speedster $2220
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Phone 291 for a demonstration