The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on November 10, 1939 · 7
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 7

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Friday, November 10, 1939
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1939. THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN It Really Works, Folks, Come and See Television Baggage Is Unpacked City Jail Is First Scene Telecast WKY Demonstration Ready Next Week Tnty-: 2x juditorium's ba o engineers put Rothes. "Q jston had cc part oadec n's back door Thtirsday, put on their worning vithin six hours tele- LrWev and Walter Law-Corporation of America rts. set up uiriuu. wu.H- jnnstnltter. And guess e reflec of ' ; appeared -e? That of the 1 j iQ jtcross t citj And on J scale, with stage snows bduon parades, and P Sted To the public all next wcel Tthe auditorium, the public to b wests Of The Daily Oklahoman aw Times, the Farmer-Stockman ant station wft.i. Included in the Viitiey and Law Monday. ice have set up assemble before hen the demonstrai r-n ooen for a group of technical ex- Mfts are the transmitter, the six rc-Svers, lighting equipment with 12 Slowatts of power . t-nd a lot ol spa -arts and miscellaneous pieces. The transmitter consists of two pkces-the camera, which is on a rolling tripod and which ma its.it be swelled over a wide range, and Mnitfon receivt poser furnishing ihich Walter Lawrence, left, and Harold Marklcy, check up on the insides of the television camera. Drivers Without License Face Test Carey Makes Renewals As Easy as Possible Motorists who fail to get 1940 driver's licenses before January 1 will have to take rigid examinations. Harold Carey. Oklahoma tag agent, arned Thursday as tne iuu licenses nlicant to call in person to sign a stub receipt. e member of a family may obtain U. S. Atom Blaster Wins Nobel I Fathers to Pit Skill Prize, Plans Huge New Machine STOCKHOLM. Nov. 9. M-The 1939 Nobel prize for physics was awarded Thursday night by the Royal academy of sciences to Prof. Ernest Orlando Lawrence, Berkeley. Calif., and the 1939 prize for chemistry went to Prof. Leopold Ruzicka or unck ana Adolph Butenandt, Berlin scientist, went to Richard Kuhn, Heidelberg. Each of the six receivers. wtJlc . " , f t and ! n ,f use oMhe public while programs . Sjmiiar studies, was given thejatoi ordinary radio set. ine re i ment Qf the cyclotron and re-i . f ri dial board and 4 Look Like Ratlin The 1938 chemistry prize Against Their Sons Students Run Schools In Boys Week Test Dad will have his crmnce Saturday afternoon to prove to the boys he hasn't been telling tall tales of his indicate i-djly polished walnut cabinets and. incidentally, arc n .iil7 for $600 each. Most expensi !i,t. mhinets ana. .... ... : would make it dc ". cm rAmmerri- suits obtained witn it. especially:,,,. .,.(, t-s to build an alreaciv-! i in artificially radioactive ele-j planned 2,ooo-ton cyclotron, which ( boy? inple piece o: ments. He is on the faculty 01 ; would proou hand Thursday was the in innocuous-lookins $lus affair which is th transmitter. It is. 1 cliied. "a whole lot of vi "Vicodat , little c the University of Californ ificial product chemlstrv. ical studie ? known for I of the horm ndt : kinescope which is the key ! ftbie lo acCepL the prize-In the receiver. Shaped some- 1 man aw forbids German shst like a bouquet of flowers ; accepting a Nobel prize. Trapped in cellophan :ell of a racket ien it breaks," as Markley said. Because of the danger of flying- glass jhould it explode, it is wrapped in Sri when installed in the Ip realvinc set. The boys carry 12 of j ' these tubes with them, and call each! (Sd&.ioJ. cm 'Baby.'" quite tendcrl; They B Value of the Nobel prizes gs of the fund bequeathed to turned out bv the largest of his tw machines, a 225-ton affair which co; SSO.OOO. The projected new cycle iron will cost about S750.000. Welch Farmer Found Guilty of Manslaughter VTNITA, William C. Medliti. 24-year-old fi ; Y. M. special committee -.30 p. m. Saturdi oml2'pCKi scheduled Friday mlly by brlnjr d the 50-cen fee. Carey began contacting large firms Thursday to urge that one representative be named to handle renewals for all employes of the firm. Persons also may 'mail in the 1039 licenses with the 50-cent fee and the 1940 licenses will be mailed to the applicant if a stamped, self-addressed envelope is included with the application. , Persons who have never obtained a license must call at the tag office, Northwest Tenth street and Broadway, and attach their signature to the license. However, they will obtain the license at -the time of application, in the past, the license first went to the state department of public safety where it was photographed and then mailed to the applicant. Dr. Gehart Domagk' r for research in inf'-c-9,000 Swedish crowns Here a from MarWcj facts f Huge New Instrument May Further Research BERKELEY. Calif.. Nov nning Dr. Ernest Orlando Lawre ations 1 inc worci tnat he haa W01 tdver- priZe for physics for his c 9. r - KtherNobc commission hasn't yet allowed tisinsr to be sold. "New Yorkers, if they can programs ... but only in a limited j ptrument to further explore the field range . . . transmitting and receiving of atomjc energy wrials must be within eye-view of .' tak. T a,vrpnce !ch other . . . in New York that's e new venture j transmitter is ori the super-high Em- i pin; State buildinc. .i ? es "Although receiving set- now cost ! blast. adapters for modern radio re- j This undertaking Is closely allied ceivers can be bought for $199 . . . with science's long dream of convert-television is still in black and white : ins atomic energy into practical use. :nt months several labora- along . . . although kle workshop on the Berkeley cam pus, have succeeded :on; all mht for wnnicolor tnent. much too ex homes, telecasts c Vou See Seudi iary i, reproduce color, and Receiving kinds mparatively omits Mich., where they conducted a similar help- '6 ses up equipment for the television show now going on. Plans here call for setting up the television stage on the wrestling ring P&tform on the floor of the auditorium. On one side of the stage will k the glassed-in transmission booth. W the public can watch the actual orklngs of the apparatus. On the tor side will be a dressing room for the head HI b? arrant' either the actual prowam. the ..AND I USED TO BE SUCH A SAUSAGE IN o&JLook at kr the Fat I've Lost! p7' "taZTnl. mi) "nH ; 50.000 v itv. Each kick makes tl than before. Finally t from an opening in mer. of manslaughter and set his sentence at 15 vears hi the fatal beatinj of Jess Hummel. 49 years old, September 3. The state charged Hummel, em- Wr'lch. was beaten to death with s club and a flatiron there. Mediin'; of Madlin for Monday. Arrests by Road Patrol Jump During October A general tightening of traffic It enforcement to combat an Increasing number of accidents during the la week in October was reported Thur day by the Oklahoma highway patn During the week the patrol made A district ; for fathers and sons to be admitted icted to chv hichschool football games i-n- riay for the price of one adult admis- Pupils. 1 Ok- JStS. iriy dri ink driving charge 49 CONSTIPATED! Gas CrowdHeart. They fed 200 Thursday nipht nt the Salvation Army when members of the Optimists club were hosts at a Father and Son dinner for members of the Red Shield Junior Optimist.-; club. Ben LaFon. Optimists president, was toast master. Frank Smith, chief of police, was principal speaker. Max's Rites Without Pomp BRUSSELS, Nov. 9. (UP) Burgomaster Max of Brussels. Belgium's World war hero, was buried Thurs- after a simple fu- Brussols honors, in accordance 1 his wishes HIGHLY PRAISED FOR BRONCHIAL COUGHS! ely superior, a nediea. says Doi Slightly Soiled But Perfect Quality! CLEAN-UP SELLING BLANKETS-COMFORTS GIANT SIZE COMFORTS (6 feet by 7 feet) 50 WOOL DOUBLES J 25 WOOL DOUBLES ALL WOOL SINGLES JUMBO SIZE DOUBLES THIS PRICE WILL CLEAR OUR STOCK OF ALL SOILED BEDDING An amazing offer! You save almost as mucn as you spend on some of these. None of them are damaged, but the soiled edges on some decided us lo sacrifice the entire lot in order to clear them out in one day! J. C. 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