The Cameron Herald and Centinel (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1946 Page: 4 of 16
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THE CAMERON HERALD
JEFFERSON B. WHITE
Editor and Publisher
otton Oil Mill
R. L. Battc.
‘In* God We Tru
all coins of the
Mrs. James Gregory of Cameron
is ill and under treatment in New-
ton Memorial Hospital.
You can now
at the 01! Mill.
get meals and hulls
You can now get
at the Oil Mill.
Shinplasters was the name given to
meals and hulls fractional currency issued during the
Civil War period.
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1 SFOCMATION THAT
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EMORY B. CAMP
CAMP ■ BASKIN
‘For your every ’
From where 1 sit... ly Joe Marsh
flow to Hondfo
Some months ago ! reported in
the Clarion how Mel Bate’s uncle
died up north, and left him with a
Naturally, our town was carious
to see bow Mel woald spend it:
Traveling around the world . ..
getting a new bouse or car ...
wearing fancy clothes ... or din-
ing on cold pheasant and cham-
We can m:' ~t. Mel hasn’t
changed a bit • in on him any
night, and you .i hod him in his
shirt sleeve* by the fire, chatting
with the Missus, sharing a mellow
glass of beer with friends.
From where I sit, Mei has
learned the art of handling.money
—as well as handling people. You
don't let cash-in-the-bank push
you around any more than you
let people push you around. If you
like the simple, homey lifa; com-
panionship and quiet ways; a gla?-*
of beer and friendly talk — that's
scwtA a fortune, after all!
Talkie Work of
Large Contribution of Bell
Laboratories to First
Sound Film Told.
Copyright, 1946, United Stotts Brcutrs Foundation
One of the le^.ri ng contributors
was the Bell Telephone laboratories,
and its p =rt :r. the development of
sound pictures has been told by the
magazine of the American Tele-
phone and Telegraph company.
“The story of the development of
successful sound picture apparatus
by the Bell system goes back to
1912,” the magazine says. "In that
year a young inventor named Lee
trie engineers cno of the great in-
ventions of all time—the three-ele-
ment tube he called the “audion.’
In that tube, he was sure, would
be found the answer to the problem
of amplifying weakening telephone
conversations as they traveled
along long-distance telephone lines.
Accordingly, t e Beil system pur-
chased the deForest audion in 1913
and telephone engineers immediate-
ly set to work to see what it could
High Vacuum Tube.
“Led by H D Arnold, Bell sys-
tem scientists emerged with the
high vacuum tube which was to be
the fundamental agent making it
possible to establish a transconti-
nental telephone system. But more
than a first class amplifier was
needed. Higher quality transmitters
and a wide variety cf associated ap-
paratus also had to be designed.
Much of it might be tested and com-
pared by using sound recordings.
“The engineers who began initiat-
ing these studies of sound found it
necessary to obtain recordings of
far higher quality than those avail-
able by the commercial processes
of the contemporary phonograph in-
dustry'- Therefore they began to ex-
periment with the recording cf
sound on film .an old but still fairly
primitive laboratory art> while sim-
ultaneously seeking to improve the
wax disk method of records g.
“Meanwhile, attention was given
to the development of an improved
microphone which would give uni-
form response to all pitches in the
audible range. The magic of the
high vacuum tube amplifier made :t
possible to design the condenser
microphone, which, unlike previous
‘mikes,’ did not need to generate
its own po*er.
Elements of Sound Film.
“The scientists working with
new recording techniques likewise
were achieving superior results. By
1916 they had developed two im-
proved methods of recording sound
on film and also were able to obtain
fine results from wax disk record-
ings. A high quality public address
system was the next achievement
“By this time, then. Western
Electric engineers had all essentia!
elements for producing a sound mo- .
tion picture, namely: (1) a high
quality microphone capable of
transmitting a wide range of sound
frequencies without distortion, ' 2 ■
the vacuum tube amplifier, (3) supe-
rior methods cf recording sound on
film and wax disks and (4* a loud
speaker of high quality capable of
delivering ur.distorted and amplified
sound in a wide range of frequen-
“An improved device fer syn-
chronizing motion pictures with
electrically produced sound was
constructed *and the engineers be-
lieved it was time to see whether
they could successfully make
sound movies. Using the wax disk
method, they produced the first
electrically recorded talking pic-
ture, which was exhibited at Yale
university October 27, 1922."
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 26
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pain, no surgery. You will be checked for dietary deficiencies and
told what they are. You get a REAL physical examination scienti-
fically—with the Hemovitameter.
Dr. M. Y. Lewis, expert technician with the Hemovitameter Co.,
Denver. Colorado, will be here for this special scientific clinic
SECOND DOOR. NORTH OF POST OFFICE
Crash Halts Traffic
Debate in the Commons
LONDON. — An auto being pur-
sued by a police car at 70 miles an
hour through London’s streets
crashed through the railing outside
the houses of parliament.
It hurtled down 12 feet onto the
house of commons “Speakers
The crash interrupted a debate on
the traffic code
Girls in American Legion
Doff Uniforms for Civvies
PHILADELPHIA .-The American
Legion instituted its first all-women
pest here recently but the ladies
took the oath in civvies. Said Mar-
garet M. Schafer, post chairman:
“We thought about wearing our
uniforms but for the sake of those
who aren't the same size as they
used to be, we decided on dresses."
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Russ to Return to Germany
21,000 Interned During War
BERLIN. — The Soviet military
government here announced that
the Russians were returning to Ger-
many 21.000 Germans, including
women and children, who “for vari-
ous reasons’’ were interned in the
Soviet Union during the war.
The announcement added that
more than 3.000 of these already-
had been returned to their homes
Be Quick To Treat
Chronic bronchitis may develop if
veur cough, chest cold, or acute bron-
chi as is not treated and you cannot af-
ford to take a chance with any medicine
less potent than Crecmulsion which
goes right to the seat at the trouble to
help loosen and expel germ laden
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and
heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial
Crecmulsion blends beech wood creo-
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tested' medieir es for coughs. It contains
No matter how many medicines
have tried, tell your druggist to sell you
a bottle of Crecmulsion with the under-
standing you must like the way it qtuck-
■ allays the cough, permitting rest and
, or vou are to have your money
Electric Service for 30 Years
STEADY INCREASE YEAR A??ER YEAR
Constant addition of rural electric tines is no new activity
with the Texas Power & light Company, pioneer of rural
electrification service in Texas. 'W ay hack in 191'. this com-
pany began extending its lines to farms and outlv ing commu-
nities. By 1921, we had brought electricity to 6.026 farm and
rural families. This number has almost doubled even- ten
years, as we consistently added more ansi more lines to sene
more and more farm families each year. Today, approxi-
mately 7,000 miles of the Company's rural lines alone—
serve more than 68,000 farm and rural homes.
Extending electric service to rural areas at first presented
many difficulties, among which was the high cost of equip-
ment to make service available to outlying areas. This com-
pany's engineers, after years of experience in rural line
construction, in 1930 worked out design details and com-
pleted construction on the first ridge-pin, common neutral
type of cross-country line, using smaller poles and 400-foot
spans of wire. This development and the cooperation of
the company's engineers with manufacturers in devekvpmg
smaller transformers and new type conductors permitting
up » 600-foot spans, contributed to metre wire-spread rural
eJectrificarioe through lower cost rural construction
Thanks to the Texas Power A light Company, rural elec-
trification has steadily increased for SO vears in North.
Central and East Texas.
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White, Jefferson B. The Cameron Herald and Centinel (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 87, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1946, newspaper, November 14, 1946; Cameron, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth577707/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.