The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on July 2, 1952 · 6
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 6

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Wednesday, July 2, 1952
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THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1952. WKY Switches InfoTVNetwork ' Oklahoma City cot "ll vision Monday as WKY-TV atartcd . receiving network shows. The direct telecasts come to Oklahoma by way of a scries of . micro-wave relay towers between here and Dallas. Set owners who got up that early Tuesday morning saw the station , aign on at 6:45 a.m. A film and . musical program filled the time until about 6:5S a.m. . ; Then P. A Sugg, station manager, appeared on the screen with .. a brief note of thanks to the per-'. sons and organizations which made the network shows possible. bugg introduced r.. k. i.ayioni, nresirient of the Oklahoma Pub lishing Co., who made a short talk and then pushed the switch 1 which brought in the first show di-' rect from New York. The hour-long show "Today," starring Dave Garroway, came in ' clearly except that films used in the New York studio were slighl- ly distorted. By 9:30 a.m. the. New York direct shows were appearing on local sets as clearly as local studio shows. With advent of the "cable" WKY-TV will now sign on each) 'week day morning with the Gat roway show at 7 a.m. U. S. Participation In Power Project Urged by Truman WASHINGTON. July 1 W - President Truman made another , appeal to Congress today to authorize American participation in the St. Lawrence seaway project. He said a plan to have New York State join Canada in a huge power development along the international! - river is "a poor second best." Yesterday the Slate Department' joined Canada in requesting tne prove the power project at earliest possible date. Reporting on these noRotiatio the President said thev were "oi second best and a poor second nesi at mat. in ine procedure which has been awaiting congressional approval for so many Blanche Portwood Man Gets Three Years For Role in Dope Ring SAN KIUNCISCO, July l-OW- John Durand, 37, one-time superior court clerk in Phoenix, w a s sen tenced Tuesday to three years in federal prison. He pleaded guilty to conspiring with 22 others in a nationwide narcotics ring headed hy the late Waxcy Gordon of New York. I'.rncst Gentry, fede supervisor here, said Durand tne ouuet lor the heron slate of Arizona." Home Economists Elect State Woman Blanche Portwood, outstanding Oklahoma home economics career- is the new national president jof state presidents of the American Home Economics association. s was elected at the recent convention in Atlantic City, At ss Portwood is president of the Oklahoma State Home Economies .association and state supervi-v.sor of home economics educa tion. While at the Atlantic City convention, she participated in national home economics executive board meetings and also was on the nroeram of work committee of the home economics division of the American Vocational association. Her duties in her new position 'ill be to co-ordinate the activities of the different state associations. Postmaster Confirmed WASHINGTON. July 1 0f The! Senate confirmed Tuesday James; Hiignes lo oe postmaster at tion when the long-pending nomination was called up. r 3923 NW lOlh St. Ph. Wl 3-5200 ; k "th'esecond WOMAN" AIRLINE $ '-J",y 4 J "MISTER DRAKE'S DUCK ' I "LYD1A I I BAHEY" I TODAY ONLY! j aTV 5 OPEN- 5 P. M. fi HEi; Movas aki: tijui. I State Delegates Named To GOP Platform Jobs CHICAGO. Julv 1 IJBTwn OWla- homa delegates were named Tuesday to subcommittees of the Republican' platform committee meeting before the national GOP con vention. Richard Lloyd Jones, Tulsa, was committee while Mrs. Alhprt KHIv Bristow, was assigned to the small "RANCHO NOTORIOUS" "LAS VEGAS "sTORY" ' LAS VECAS STORY "LONESOME PINE" t r I: CIRC"- 1.1.4 0...hol,., Picnic Coind.' "ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN" ITYl C V Y T D A I M midwest c "SKfRTS AHOY" "BLONDIE GOES to COLLEGE' DEL CITY "CANYON PASSAGE" "FRONTIER GAL" "THE LION AND THE HORSE' "I WAl A COMUNIST FOR 7- BOMBER mtMst l Ulh l POUG1AS OPEN P. w "RANCHO NOTORIOUS" "NEVER A DULL MOMENT" "FIGHTING KENTUCKIAN" John W.yn. :H.'f. jFRIDAY! GIANT 4th ULY3 AERIAL FIREWORKS J DISPLAY " JPIan now to attend. Come Jcarly Fun for entire family. No increase in prices or ad-! J minion. ('jKAsrciio NHonio!js" ' i , . 'J?N FRAVCISCO STORV" JaI Metre. yitn n. C.rlo. "'FLAM E OP AJlABr" J,H CbindlV? Tieh,lMMrVr OH.,.! FREE PARKING lEEEES S! "LOAN SHARK" ... L..r CEO. RAFT SfKj, SBmSt V MONK BAROnI tJ 1AS,JM0RR0W! PLUSf2 IrANW THRILLER I . GUY MADISON tAY UA1A ! CAIOl MATHtWl Riot Squads Get Cover OSAKA, Japan, July 1 (Reu ters) The police said Tuesday that riot squads had been issued old style shields with peepholes for use in combatting riots. A police cap tain said: 'In this age of stone throwing 'cold war,' it is essential! we arrest people without hurting mem. "THE MARRYING KIND" Jud, Hollido, Aid. or "HERE COME THE NELSONS" Oni. end HorriK N.I.em BARTON THEATRE PITOl HIll'J NEWEST THEATRE I CHIEFTAIN Topeka Raises Fares TOPEKA, Kan., July l-OB-To- peka Transportation Co. Tuesday filed notice of a five cent per ridel rate increase effective August 1 because of spiraling costs. The new schedule will be 15 cents cash fare or 40 cents or three token fares. FLESH AND FURY" "BLONDIE" - THE NEW"" N. Eastern '66' DRIVE-IN THEATRE 501 NORTH EASTERN "BELIES ON THEIR TOES" Violators. Beware MEXICO TITY. Julv 1 Ml Civil authorities Tuesday issued circulars ordering all district attorneys to keep their offices open July 6, aay oi presidential elections, w re-; . , F. B. I. SMASHES yjg SPYJtING! v WALK EAST KB II CENTER celv complainti of electoral violations. 39th and Lake Overholser June CHAIN HrrwlOT Mr J PAGET Northwest Stampede' Open Nightly 6:30 P.M. FIREWORKS DISPLAY TOMORROW at 6 PM JULY I rsrrHf I ,4rTS Jin 3rd! mmsme V JB I 4. i'A STARTING THURSDAY VWPtPfiM H JEROME KERN L5TiHjrAB,C TIME. BIG CITY SHOW, 3 "ZZS3 BZSB3 VA TREAT for Only 50c KSmffS&Ulk waEBEBmamm BURLESQUE Asfy Wilt Willi I OH I HW MWm NEVER SUCH STARS, SUCH SONGS, SUCH DELIGHTFUL DANCING! 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