Alcohol has a new world to conquer. Admiral Moffett, Chief of the U. S. Bureau of Aeronautics, stated in his annual report to Secretary Denby that new airplane engine fuels composed of alcohol and gasoline show a possible reduction in consumption of 25%. Such a reduction means a great increase in possible cruising range, and should be particularly valuable for dirigible operations.


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