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NEW B RITA IX DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1927. 1 IS RAOITSIONALS IDJGJTJINES Suoessful in Directing Fliers ; Through Storms K"ashing'.Qu, Oft. IS. P r.a'lio tJay Is i.pMd to Maze tlie ail tails of the future, to guide spetJ ie plants through fog and storm Hi around r.iountuii... The ,-adio iecon already Jias k-J avlatorw froii th California coast to Ha waii This straight, path, however, can tot well be used over land on accoint of the many detours in mourtalnous country. A tirtual a'-rial roadway, pene tratinv Minding storm ari l eirelins high eaks, is visioned now l,y (.:. Francs Jenkins, Vashington in entot The aviator would he sure of hl9pat.li as long as a tiny lamp flares with radiant merry, w hich has Bei Iraiistnifed hy radio st:i tion.s H short, intervals on Die mute S-ing flown, ltadio beacons at presnt utilize a series of f ound signals, hut Mr. Jenkins helieves a pilot Mil find it eastiT to watch light .-glials, which take less at tention Kai'l radio tranmitier use ) in Mr. ,, kin' syst.-m is .1 shorl ivavp,, low-inmrr autoinr-tic sta tion, fid has directional charr.ctir i'lcs Hakinir a. ch.-i 11 rn tn which the ,ilot rii.-i wi;h certainty. A liltlpiuhl on the instrument hoard 1-iirni liripht ly while the plane is in tt- rhamnl and dims a.s the: plan(devi;)tes fnmi its course. Niigation of airplanes .-it pres ent, Mr. Jenkins fays, depends mainly on a sight of th-c ground over which the pilot is flying. Hy ing by night is hazardous in foggy weather, because the pilot must fly dangerously lo.v for sight of glid ing objects. The priti upal aim of his invention is to permit pilots to avoid p',s.-il.h; crashes by flying well over obstructions. This plan. Jenkins b-heves. is more satistac'ory for the sinuous land routes from field to field than the directional radio liam stations recently s, t up at San Francisco and Honolulu. Ohi.eiions to long straight beams a.s land guides are avoided .'by breakn.g up the course :nlo short sections, which can lie turned readily and can be used in either direction Hinubineously. The new automatic transmitter stations, plotted on a map, look like a string of beads laid zig-zag over the landscape, Jenkins says. They are inexpensive, costing no more than the present arc light "windmill tower" beacons which they replace successfully in to.'-'gy weather. WORLD PEACE AID iM. Etienne Sees New Era i i Brought About by Radio 1 Woman Carries Trunk Bv Air to Austr; ilia 1 u ithnigton. Oft. :!. -Nat :o:;..l : ! su: -picions ill Furope are le.-.---. niiiR ' , with the spread of radio, according I to Henri I.. Klienne, director of the I International Fureau of the Tele graphic t nion at. llei-ae. Suitzer- j ! land. M. Etienne. who helped organize the Int ernat ional Kadio- i Telegraph ( 'outer, nee meeting lu re. I . h- liews n-et ption of luoa. least pro-1 'grams over the Furopean continent! iticr.ase.s understanding and friend-i smi' among the nations. "Itefore the war. radio, was prae- tie-illy unknown to the people." lie explains. "Alter 101 i sending or , receiving apparatus was not al : lowed, even in neutral couu'ries. Aerials in Switzerland were torn t out by j'Oliee. Hut now that is nil change,!. i Home. Oct. 2S. P Mrs. Kent) Miller, now here on her way to 1 Australia, from Croydon by air, car 1 ries a trunk and two grips in direct j contrast to Lady Maud lion re, who took only one suit ca.-e on j High! to India. ! Mrs. Mil, r-s biplane :.., ; is piloted by fa plain U -1 li.-r , caster. She maintains that fl. me docs , the complexion a world of good, ' bringing color to in- clu.ks better ;than niassace or :my oiler b Liutv parlor treatnunt thus far conct ived. j Mrs. Miller expects to spend ; several weeks In Auslralia before arting upon the return flight. "I'rograms in . Krglifh, Italian .often be heard. In r Hose l.an- Freiieh. (! rin.Tti, or Spanish tan lh oadc:isl ing at first was limited to music and the pera: but today important spc , ties ! r. c on the nir. Thi-- helps tie- pee.-j , ph s to know and appreciate one ' ! another." Furopean and Aim-ricuo pro-i .grams do not differ much, s.n-, M, Ftienne. Kadio in Furop.. i,;; ,.r,n. i ;tributil to the spread .and popu .lari'y of .iaz. music :nid et tli-i t ra1- ; from the Fiiited S:ates. i I M. 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