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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SEPTEMBER 19 GERMANS TEST HEAVY PLANES Try New Types of Oil in Flights With Junker Planes DESSAU Germany oil may be destined to revolutionize the aircraft industry if the experi msnta conducted by the Junkers works continue to yield as satisfac tory results as are beingachieved in the initial stages A Prof Hugo Junkers has devised a Diesel airplane motor which uses heavy oil instead of benzine This juice la much cheaper than ben zine and more economical and has the further advantage of not being highly Inflammable Explosions Impossible Explosions such as so frequently occur when a gasolinedriven plane makes an unfortunate forced land ingarme believed to be impossible in the case of Diesel motors The Junkers Diesef motor already is so far perfected that duration flights have been undertaken with a large monoplane Eir hours con LQBEUAZETTiJi ON TRACK Carload of Glendora 6x3 EggCoal and a car of Franklin County Nut coal SPECIAL PRICES IP TAKEN FROM THE CAR Cerro Gordo Farmers Co Phone 270271 500 3rd St N E ttnuous flying is the record thus fa achieved How economical the use of heavy oil is may be Judgedby the fac that the Diesel motor consumed 181 grammes of heavy oil per horse power per hour as compared with 230 grammes for the benzine o benzol driven motors Greater Radius In other words Prof Junkers be lleves he has demonstrated that a plane equipped with a Diesel moto has a radius of action 25 per cen greater than that of a benzine driven motor of equal strength The problem of carrying enough fuel has always been the chief diffi culty in planning long flights Hence aviation engineers have evincec great interest in the Diesel motor experiments Employed Boys Meeting Will Be Held Oct 5 and 6 in Minneapoli MINNEAPOLIS sept 19 The second annual Minnesota Em ployed Boys conference will be held at Antlers park near Here Oct and 6 Theme of the conference which will be addressed by men prominent in boys work is to be The Rules of the Road Speakers include H S Keltner St Louis prominent J GPENNEY 2024 South Federal Ave Mason City Iowa A Remarkable Offering of Womens Rayon Underwear at a rare Low Price each Emphatic proof of our tremendous buying power secure such splendid quality rayon undergar ments at so low a price It was a particularly fortunate purchase too which makes your saving all the greater The garments are wellmade and if youre wise youll bliy a generous supply of these dainty prac tical undergarments Vests Bloomers Oilcloth In Many Novelty and conservative lenu 48 inches wide Yard 27c Wash Cloths Buy a Supply Two groups of aoft terry cloth wash a few knitted ones for 8c Put in a supply for future needs while we have a large as sortment to choose from 4c Ailc for Penimaid Sewing Silk Sftyard spools fine qnal PT in popular shades 6c aSpooI The Weekend Guest Wffl Not Inconvenience the Housewife Who Looks Ahead Here is a sptendfd opportunity to replenish your supply of towels to meet any emergency Ford Reopens Little Red School of His Youth t L Aswciited Prcxy Pbolp schooihouse where Henry tord leornel his Hs lias heen reopened in Fords hU as he knew them have been tton at his expense It has four grades Inset shows joys work there ana H Lew Webb supervisor of messengers for the Postal Telegraph company Chicago Hen of the state conference com niittee are Oliver Aas chairman Minneapolis Gerald Agnew presi dent St Paul Guy Smith Stillwa ter Earl Hunting St Paul H 5 Christenscn Minneapolis the Rev R J Rice Rochester L U Towle Detroit Lakes H C Bell Luverne J B Schmoker Minneapolis War ren King St Paul Ed Armstrong Duluth William J Bell Mountain Iron and J M Snyder Albert Lea WE AVER URGES USE OF WATER Would Have Missouri River Used for Traffic in Middle West SIOUX CITY Sept Ar thur J Weaver of Nebraska in speaking before the Traffic club at Sioux City Wednesday night cm phasized the utilization of water re sources of the great middle west as not only a regional need but one of national scope He congratulated Sioux City as well as all Missouri valley states on the part they have played in pro curing recognition of the upper Mis sissippi river as a navigation pro ject The fight has been won Governor Weaver declared thru the just de mands of this great section of the nation for the equalization of trans portation conditions with other sec tions He said that the government had built every great halbor in the nation had Improved eastern and southern rivers had made possible the development of the Great Lakes system as the most economical unit of transportation in the world It is no more than fair he con tinued that western rivers should be speedily improved as a part of the great Mississippi valley system of waterways now nearing comple tion When the sound policy of the gov rnment in expending a year in the Mississippi valley Is in oree there is no reason why the Missouri river should not be com pleted as a navigable channel with in tHe next five years extending to Sioux City and Yankton S Dak That this will be done by the pres ent administration practically is as sured the Nebraska executive said The people should know he continued that the improvement of the Missouri river long looked upon as an outlaw is not an impossible or a huge task The army engineers are unanimous as to feasibility and congress has made the upper Mis sissippi a project Three years ago the government was expending more than a million dollars on the Mls year ft is 000000 Today it Is the major pro ject and with recent allotments to the upper Missouri river we can now look forward with assurance to the early completion of a meritorious project too long delayed Too Busy Prosecuting to Attend Own Trial Plain WhiteStriped Border AH Over Raid Effect There arc plain white towels for the housewife iwho prefers her bathroom in colored 1 stripe borders and one number with an allover piaid Double thread terry towels size 22x44 soft and absorbent We suggest that you stock up forfuture needs WINCHESTER Eng Sept 19 Lancelot Martin bor ough coroner of Reading was sum moned to appear in Winchester po lice court for failing to stop his automobile when requested by the police The summons was held over for two weeks however when Martin wrote asking for a delay saying immediate action would kill my campaign against hogs When the magistrates inquirod into the case they discovered he meant roghogs and that he was conducting a campaign reckless drivingin his dist KEWT truit 2 when all the time you could be listening to an Atwater Kent RedLion Cabinet No 5500 Why is SO MUCH better Special ScreenGrid circuit perfected by At wa tcr Ke n t lo make complete use of flic new ScreenGrid tubes Many times more am plification and sen sitivity with new ScreenGrid tubes Needlepoint selectiv ity made possible by AtwaterKent method of using ScreenGrid tubes Plate detection purify ing tone quality by 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