The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1930 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BJ.O'T"I'-YII'1-'K. (ARK.) COtJRWR NEWS Three Antenna Systems Used in General Electric's Multiple Transmitter. SCHENECTADY, N. Y.—For the firs! time In the history , of radio broadcasting, one radio transmitter has tiMn constructed to broadcast from two to eight different features at the same time on as many different channels. This marvel of rac:c engineering has been developed by General Electric engineers and set up In the i plant of W2XAF, one of the short- I wave stations bf WCiY. Heretofore one program was the capacity of tiny transmitter. But with the new outfit, three musical programs can tie broadcast without interference, six persons can broadcast on six different channels at the same time, and television and accompanying vocal broadcasts can be sent over the same transmitter, these 'functions, Multiple Radio Broadcaster INTKKMKDIAVK AMPLIFIER LOW I'OYVEU SI'KKCH AMPLIFIEH AND MODUI.ATOU The new low-wave mulllple' transmitter of W2XAP a', Sctfenectady, through which from 'two to elglii programs and other features can be broadcast at. Die same time, Is shown abovs. stant. To keep a steady temperature, Die cryital is housed in a lein- the apparatus can be used to truns- For Wednesday Only jj I Cars Washed FREE BRAKE TESTING • DIXIE• I /CCVICC /TATICN • I Phone 315 Cor. Ash and Broadway • • ..J i mil eltlH still pictures over as many .channels, nil at the same time! ] For tills .-.pedal transmitter, three independent antenna systems ore used. One is a single doublet of (.pedal construction to avoid corona discharge on high powers, a. second Is a horizontal checkerboard antenna dii'cctlve on South America, and another directional antenna Is ur.cd for transmission to the Far linst. Cryslal-ControHed Tlie transmitter now operates on 40.kilowatt of power, and the carrier frequently controlled by a quartz crystal This crystal Is effectively 'operated only when the teni|>erature surrounding it Is con- peralurc-controllcd oven, Modulation of tlie output of tlie crystal is imiMiuuit, In the [unction of tlie multiple-transmitter. Vyhi'ii umpllfli'd to n power of one kilowatt at 05:10 kilocycles, modulation of tlie output takes place and with the -present equipment, frequencies from 25 to 50,000 cycles may be used. Five I'anels to Operate The new transmitter Is compll- culcd and employs five different paneh in its ownlloii. One panel is a low-power speech amplifier nnd mcdulalor unit. Another is tlie |»wcr supply and control unit. Tlie third is a radio frequency unit, fourth, an Intermediate amplifier, and fifth, ix power amplifier." » t To operate these various panels numerous tubes are used. Tliere arc 13 different types in the'.; multiple unit of W2XAF, and 47-'{ubes In all. Twenty gallons oP'walcr per minute are pumped through the transmitting set to cool the plates of the tubes. -, • v . Cardwell News N6tes Smart Fall Footwear For Every Occasion Suede and Kid Comhirm- tiorts, Kid and -Reptile Combinations, Plain'Kid, Self .-Trimmed. Pumps <.Straps Ties We urge you to sec this beautiful line of new Fall. shoes..'.twelve new- styles in black and new browns wilh spike or modified military heels... new price adjustments make possible such fine values. Roy Rupert Clark, Joe F. Pitts Jr., LeRoy Slsk and Roy sianfll! motored to Paragould^ Saturday. Miss Mary Smith si»nl the .weekend with her parents at Kennett . J. T. Woods and family h»ve moved into the Steelc property.'on Main st. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smith of Senuth visited in Curdwell Saturday. , Mrs. T. V. Barton mid Mrs. Bcck- ie Lou Gorhain were shopping * h Paraeould Saturday afternoon, i Miss Gcrnliline Pitts, of the Joe Pitts Show, visited Mrs J. L. Clark and daughters, Theima and r ibpa' here Saturday.,.' Mrs. Ora Leslcr was n Purngould visitor Saturday. Miss Rulli Brewer sp:nt the weekend with her parents at Geneva Ark: • • : '.Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Barton had business in Poplur Bluff. Mo Wednesday. . '••;'.• Mr. and Mrs. Dave Strader and Mr. and Mrs. H. T, Strader visited at Marmoduke, Ark., Monday. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ritchsr had business in Paragoulcl . Saturday afternoon. ' : ' • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nugent Hnd son have returned from a visit at St- Louis. ' 0 Mr. Sikeford, of Memphis, Tenn., eprcsenting J. w. Dillworth and ons, had business In Cardwell Wednesday. - . J. S. Slmpklns of Memphis, Tenn., hud business ' in Oardwell Thlirs- day. .' . . . ." ••• • ••• Mrs. J. G. Williamson has re- urned from a visit at St. Louis and Farmlngton. . ,, Mrs. A. M. Brewer and sons, Tolbert and Donald, and Miss fzoi-a Davli, all of Geneva, Ark., visited n Cardwell Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Brewer and sons Gilbert and Donald Wayne, of Geneva. Ark., visited In Cardwell Tuesday. HoJ Rupert Clark and LcRoy Sisk, both of the Joe P. Pitts Show, visited In Cardwell Thursday! Mr. Clark visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, I;. Clark and Mr. Slsk visited Ills mother, Mrs. Margaret Silk They were accompanied by .In. 1 show's motion picture o]>era[or, II. Svi'erJngen. Tire B-cyljnder v Hupmoblle 4- ;ia&scni;.;r coups belonging to J. B. jrcwcr of Cardwell burned Thurs- dny night on the highway southwest of of Paragould.'' Etnmett Lcckard has accepted n ;X)sitlon wilh the East End Pilling Station. Tile liaptlsl W. M. S. met Tuesday, Sept. 10, at th.? home of Mrs. J. W. Warren. The Sheriff of Greene county, Aikansas. had business In Cardweli' Wednesday. \. .?',./< Mr aird Mrs. J. D. Tatom anil sons and Mr. and Mrsr. Wilburn Kinj all of Hollywood, were Ca.fdV well visitors Saturday afternoon."^ Mrs.'G. E. Und.;rwocd .of Arbyrd was a Cardwell visitor Saturday. E. E. Jones and Woodrow Wilson had business In Kennett Tuesday. Clarence Ward Is the owner of a new Pontlac Coach. Miss Juanita Lamb cntcrlaincd with a party at h.?r home north of Cardwell Thursday evening. '.•-„ T D. Love, Jr., left last week for Tuscaloosa,. Ala., to enter the University of Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Vec - Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bradley, all of Flint, Michigan, .were cajled here "ait week because of the serious condition of. A. J. Bradley. Mr., nnd Mrs.-C. S. Cagle have returned to their home at Edwardsville. III. alter a. visit with relatives here. ' •' Stgpe White and Mrs. Molllc Dubar; were married at 'Blytheville Monday, September M5. ' John M. Dalton of KennVtlIrad business in Cardwell Thursday. Mrsr. Milord Saunders, Mrs- Anderson liuffin and Mrs'. Earl Fitzgerald, all of Hornersville. -were Cardwell visitors 'last Tuesday. Carey Johnson 1 and Emmett Lockard attended the show.'at Para' gould Thursday evening. ' -V. : .Thomas F. Donaldson, Sheriff of Dunklln' county, had business in Cardwell Wednesday. • Mr. and Mrs. George Whilehead and sons, nnd Mrs. Mary Lee, all of denalh. visited in Cardwell last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. George of Bucoda had business in Cardwell Thursday. Mrs. Attic Blakeney visited relatives -nt ParaBOuld the latter part of lust week. Born, Sept. 17. to Mr.- arid Mrs. Jesse Ciask, a daughter. • Warlick Brnnnum and Homer Hurdln motored to Etowah, Ark., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Norvnl White and sons have returned to their home at St. Louis after a visit with relatives and friends Iwre. ;•" TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1030 Heads Women Of 'Fidac Auxiliary President of the women's auxiliary of Fldac, the association of Allied veterans of the World War, 1? Princess Altsandrla Cantacuzene of RoumanU. 3he Is pictured above as she arrived In New Yorlc to take l.art In the eleventh annual convention of the organization in .Washington. WORST HOMEBREW BIRMINGHAM, (UP)—Will Little, negro, la looking at Birmingham from behind the bars, charged with making th.? worst, homebrew that Jack Greener, official court taster, has ever discovered. YOUNG FAINTER BOSTON, (UP) - No one took Morris Kurtiberif, 12, seriously wten la asked fof a picture of Gover- f Is Your Rest Disturbed? Paris telephone users arc-ln i.lie future" to be answered by an auto- rnalio clock when they ring up to :dsk 'the time. : - Deal Promptly Wilh Kidney Irregularilie*. When bladder irritations, getting up at night and cort- tU'nt backache keepyou miserable, don't take chancesl Help your.kidneys at the first sign of aiaorder. Ust Roan's Pilb. Successful for more than 50 years. Endorsed by i hundreds of thousands of grateful users. .Sold.by.deckers everywhere, DoaiVs ls ENNA JETTICK SHOES JorMolhcr and Daughter arcmndoin •• Novelty Slippers A large and varied assortment of the newer inovelties for women and misses. AH styles, all leathers, attractive combinations and two low prices. Loot; for tJir/,,11 nnme ENNA JETTICK on aol« anil lininc Ustcn to ENN.V JCTTfCK ' AIKLODIKS every Sundar 'evening oirr WJZ anO Awocintctl Station* Ultra to. ENNA iJtTTICK SONGBIRD every Tucaday evening uvcr WEAF and PHONE 220 insurance or Frank G. Allen so that he illht paint the governor's portrait, ut three days later Morris appear-, d at ths slate hoase with the por- ralt and the governor said It was corklbf' HOME THEATRE it is too late/ T /T is easy to postpone—and forget! • But your fire insurance is. of such value and imj)ortance that you cannot afford to postpone or forget 'it. It represents financial protection! All your equity in your property and its increased value over a period of years may be lost if a fire occurs and you are inadequately insured. .Consult with us regarding proper insurance Composed of W. M. Burns Agency First National Ins. Agency Farmers Bank & Trust Co., Insurance Dept. and Tuesday ALL TALKING PICTURE Ronald Colman & Ann Harding 'CONDEMNED' I Story of "Devil's Island" n. South America. . . "his is the best All 'Talking 'icture Colman has made. Also All Talking Comedy Matinee — 10 and 25c. Night— 10 and 25c. doming— to Home Theater — he following: All Talking Pictures — • tfcd. & Thurs. — Reginald Denny in "ONE HYSTERICAL NIGHT". s'ext Monday and. Tuesday — Norma Talmadge in "NEW YOKK NIGHTS". Lon ChaneyV Final Fade-Out At RITZ THEATRE Monday and Tuesday Your Last Trihute.to Chancy See Him in His First and Last Talking Picture. "The Unholy Three" ! Comedy and News— Adm. Matinee—10 and ,30e. " Night — 15 and 40e. Coming—'-'QUEEN HIGH" YOUR OWN INTEREST IN FIRE WEEK E VERY week should be a fire prevention week ? even though only one if bfFicially's6'bbse'rved.' : ' ' '" This Year— October S'11 The activities.of Fire Prevention Week represent a. concentration of effort within.'a short period. That the results .carry through farther and farther into , the jrio.nths that follow is one-of the •encQuraging;signs of this national con- '.seryatioh'rnoyement-. . - ' You have a personal reason for helping to observe fire Prevention Week. It concerns your; family--your home— your business—your community. If you take no part in the public observance, you can at least make the valuable contribution of your own better preparation to resist fire through preventive measures. STOCK FIRE INSURANCE companies—through the National Board of Fire Underwriters, Chambers of Commerce and other organizations—have done much toward malcing Fire Prevention We elc popular and effective • tor all property owners whether insured or not. increased public cooperation should result in reducing fire losses and in that way'justify further reductions irj the average cost of fire Insurance—a cost which has consistently declined over a long period of years. Stttk fir* CempM/tf *rt Ktpnttnttl Cwnmwifty THE NATIONAL BOARD OF FIRE UNDERWRITERS 8! John Sfrt ft, New York CHICAGO IMS Wcrt Aimi S«r*ct is; A Ni 1 i Mwdwnta Eictunjc Bldj

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