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THi2 (Ukblitt ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1922
The Garden Island Radio Column
By MIKE O'FARAD
WHAT MAKES A GOOD NAME ?
In a product, as in a man, the basis of a good
name is character.
For more than twenty years now, and in
every country on the globe, Goodyear Cord
Tires have enjoyed a good name, solidly built
on lie character of the service they give.
They are designed and constructed to weaj
well and to serve perfectly over thousands of
They are so designed and constructed that
their performance may in the end be the
most economical, resulting in greater mileage
at lower cost.
Today, Goodyear Cord Tires are even better
and stronger than the Goodyear Tires that
first earned this good name.
And their price is lower now than ever so
low that it is not economy ever to pass them
by in favor of tires of unknown value.
Supporting the demonstrated quality of
Goodyear Cord Tires is the standard Good
year Service that Goodyear Dealers in Hawaii,
as elsewhere, are trained and equipped to
give every user of Goodyear Tires.
Goodyear Means Good Wear
Lumber - Paints - Oils
Millwork of all Kinds
Kauai Railway Company
P. O. Box 142
Phone 85 W
It Keeps Them Healthy
Maile liuttfi- is good for the children be
muse it makes them eat plenty of bread.
The rich, sweet, appetizing flavor of Mailt!
Makes-anything taste good.
Fresh from New Zealand in dust proof
containers.. A favorite with noiioluliiaits.
Speeilv Maile Mutter when von order.
Metropolitan Meat Market
Agents for Territory
Sorry the church service did not
come thru as perfect as we expected
or as good as It usually does. Better
luck next time.
Being a parson for the first time
Is like making your first speech.
However, didn't you get a thrill
when you stop and think that the
music and speaker's voice are
coming from over a hundred miles
Well, well folks; Sacramento Union
concert came in so loud last night
(Sunday) that we even heard It
with the phones layrg on the ta
ble. Ileal good music too.
Hello Ako. What is the matter
with your set? Suggest tl.at you try
making a ground connection to the
cold water pipe. A good ground is
Mr. Wolters, that Invitation last
week was for you. Believe you, are
Interested in the market reports. Of
course Mrs. Wolters is cordially In
For clear perfect broadcast receiv
ing you should listen in with an
Aerola Senior receiving set using two
patr cf head phones. Mrs. Kuhns
says you wouldn't want it any bet
ter. ' The real dye in the wool radio fans
cling to the head phones for receiv
ing the broadcasts, wliich is the per
The Aeriola Grand receiving set is
being remodiled into a transformer
coupled receiver. This is expected to
wonderfully improve the Bet.
Bachelor Girls Sing for the Radio
'Miss Ivy Buckman, who slugs at
the Cincinnati broadcasting station,
WLW will tell you that radio and
romance go hand in hand.
She received a lette from ' a
wealthy rancher who lives many
miles from Cincinnati who nays ha
never experienced an extra pluse
throb until he heard her beautiful
voice over the radiophone and Is de
sirous of knowing her better- with
a view towards marriage.
In order that you may become fa
miliar with the radio terms:
ERIAL: one or more wires Insul
ated from and used to pick up ener
gy In the form of ether waves pro
duced by a transmittlpg station.
ATMOSPHERICS : also known as
statics, strays and X's. Natural elec
trical discharges occuring In the eth
er. They have no wave length and
travel thru the same medium as ra
AUDIO FREQUENCIES: frequen
cies corresponding to vibrations which
are normally audible to the human
ear. All frequencies below 10,000 per
second. Radio frequencies are those
above 10,000 vibrations or cycles per
second. Radio frequency receiving
sets are now beirg made, although
they are in the experimental stage
yet. These sets will greatly amplify
the signal before the detector picks
up the signal.
CONTINUOUS WAVE or C. W,:
a form of electric wave used exten
sively in radio having a constant
amplitude and no damping. C. W.
makes possible long distance ama
teur radio telegraphy and is also
the basis of radio telephony.
DETECTOR: any apparatus which
transforms the oscillations received
by the aerial Into a form of current
which will operate a telephone re
ceiver. CRYSTAL DETECTOR: Certain
metallic crystals when Introduced In
to a" radio receiving circuit have the
property of rectifying the Incoming
signal oscillations so that the result
ant direct current will operate a tele
phone receiver. A vacuum tube does
the same thing but is extremely sen
sitive. TUNING: In radio receiving the
greatest signal strength is possible
only when the product rf the induct
ance and capacity vnlua of the re
ceiver matches that or the trans
mitter. Radio waves travel tho speed of
light which is 1S3000 miles per sec
ond, so that you the instant a signal
Is made or voice spoken into a dis
tant transmitter you have In your
phones the same Instant.
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Y. M. C. A. NOTES
MAN, FATHER AND
James Taylor, familiarly known
as "Jimmy" by thousands of service
men of the allied armies, who will
be the guest of the county commit
tee of the Y. M. C. A., and speaker
at the various Father and Son gath
erings which have been arranged
during the week of November 16-22,
Is a man of wide experience In
many parts of the world.
Mr. Taylor saw service with the
Seventh Hussars in Egypt, India,
South Central Africa and In South
Africa. He was one of the beseiged
In Ladysmlth during the four months
of that Beige, and was honorably
mentioned in the dispatches of Sir
George Stewart White, V. C, after
the relief of that city. He advanced
under the late Lord Roberts and
continued in line until peace was
signed. He was awarded two med
als for service and also carries a
Victorian decoration for the Meta
bella and Masholand wars. He also
saw service with the British troops
on the Indian frontier.
At the close of the South African
war he returned to India where he
opened an Independent work for
the benefit of 80,000 soldiers sta
tioned in that country. Having to
leave India on account of 111 health
after a service of over 30 years he
came to the United States and be
came a citizen. At the outbreak of
the World War he was sent to
France and In that country served
with the 4th Brigade of the Second
Division and was badly gassed in
service in the front lines. Coming
back to the states to recover he
made an extensive lecture tour of
the middle western states in the in
terests of the men in France. He
was later stationed at Fort Sheri
dan and Fort Leavenworth.
The men and boys of the coun
ty will have the privilege of hear
ing Mr. Taylor on the following
dates: Makawell, Thursday, Nov.
16; Lihue. Friday, Nov. 17; Kapaa,
Saturday. Nov. 18; and Waimea on
Tuesday, Nov. 21. He Is also sched
uled to speak In the Lihue Union
church, Sunday morning, Nov. 20.
Mr. Taylor will be accompanied
at each of these gatherings by Mr.
Butler, a well known singer and
entertainer from New York. A treat
of song and story Is In store for
all who attend the above meetings.
WAIMEA Hl-Y AND
GRAMMAR SCHOOL CLUBS
HELD JOINT SOCIAL
The Waimea HI Y Club and the
Grammar School Club held a Joint
Hallowe-en social last Saturday night
at the Waimea Japanese church. The
Hl-Y club entertained the younger
group with songs. Jokes and ghostly
stories, and in return the grammar
school club amuBed the freshmen
boys with Instrumental music, songs,
After each group had given and
taken all they could from each other
the evening was turned oyer to the
social committee for games. Follow
ing the games, refreshments were
served. All ended up the happy ev
ening by singing Aloha Oe.
PUHI BOYS' CLUB MEMBERS
ON AN EXPEDITION
Give your friend a nice magazine
for Christmas. Send your order to
the K. C. Hopper News Agency, Li
hue. Phone 22L. Adv.
Last Saturday morning the Puhi
Boys' Club members went out on a
half day exploring expedition. They
left home about 8 o'clock and fol
lowed up one of the nearby valkys
They hiked for some distance and
as the day was scorching hot, they
plunged into every swimming hole
as they went by.
Following up the winding valley
over the tills and down tho dales
crossing the stream at a score of
different places, finally they came
to a spot which seemingly appeared
like a mlnature plateau. The boys
with sunburnt faces, tired as they
were, sat and talked and viewed the
wonderful panoramic scenery of the
entire Grove Farm and the Lihue
plantations. With weary feet they
crept like snails once mure home
LAWAI 8TABLE CAMP
CLUB IS ACTIVE
Lawai Stable Camp is one of the
out of the way villages where there
is a Y. M. C. A. boys' club organiza
tion. When the club was first or
ganized about two months ago there
was some doubt whether it would
keep up with its activities. One of
the county Y. M. C. A. secretaries
visited that club last Saturday night.
On arriving there much to his sur
prise he saw the boys holding thulr
meeting under the light of the moon.
The secretary was much pleased
with the Way the members conduct
ed their meeting. This simple Inci
dent reveals that in any community
where thero are a tew boys, they can
have a Y. M. C. A. boys' organiza
tion, provided that the boys work to
gether as the members of the La
wai club do.
You get the benefit of good paint
quality and cheap paint price
when you buy Certainteed
.Certaintted Paint lives up to all the good things said
about it. Quality like that in Certain-teed never disap
points. You can see the quality when you stir it it has
body. You can feel the quality when you spread it it
spreads so easily and rovers so much more surface than
you expect. ,
Certaintted Taint has to be good, because it has to live
up to the Certain-teed reputation.
Saves money too, because each color is made and sold
on a cost plus basis.
See us before painting it will pay you.
Pan-Pacific Traders, Ltd.
Wholesale Distributors for Hawaii
HOTEL and BETHEL 8TS. HONOLULU.
of course - -
Hawaiian Kona is the Best
We don't need to tell you
that. Just wanted you
to form the good habit
of asking your grocer for
Kona Coffee with the red
label in on pound pack
ages or five pound cans.
THE CHOICE OF THE PICK
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
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