"WWJ--The Detroit News": The History of Radiophone Broadcasting by the Earliest and Foremost of Newspaper Stations ; Together with Information on Radio for Amateur and Expert

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Evening News Association, 1922 - Radio - 95 pages
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Page 81 - DC 166. 1. .BOSTON, MASS.: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut. 2. NEW YORK, NY : New York (county of New York, Staten Island, Long Island, and counties on the Hudson River to and including Schenectady, Albany, and Rensselaer) and New Jersey (counties of Bergen, Pass'aic, Essex, Union, Middlesex, Monmouth, Hudson, and Ocean). 3. BALTIMORE, MD. : New Jersey (all counties not included in second district), Pennsylvania...
Page 39 - A light shining into all dark places Promoter of civic welfare and civic pride Bond of civic unity Protector of civic rights Scourge of evil doers Exposer of secret iniquities Unrelenting foe of privilege and corruption Voice of the lowly and oppressed Advocate of the friendless Righter of public and private wrongs Chronicler of facts Sifter of rumors and...
Page 38 - Mirror of the public mind Interpreter of the public intent Troubler of the public conscience Reflector of every human interest .... Friend of every righteous cause Encourager of every generous act Bearer of intelligence Dispeller of ignorance and prejudice A light shining into all dark places Promoter of civic welfare and civic pride Bond of civic unity Protector of civic rights Scourge of evil doers Exposer of secret iniquities Unrelenting foe of privilege and corruption Voice of the lowly and oppressed...
Page 81 - MD. : New Jersey (all counties not included in second district), Pennsylvania (counties of Philadelphia, Delaware, all counties south of the Blue Mountains, and Franklin County), Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia. 4. SAVANNAH, GA.
Page 38 - A Light Shining into All Dark Places Promoter of Civic Welfare and Civic Pride . . Bond of Civic Unity . . Protector of Civic Rights Scourge of Evil Doers . . Exposer of Secret Iniquities . . Unrelenting Foe of Privilege and Corruption Voice of the Lowly and Oppressed . . Advocate of the Friendless . . Righter of Public and Private Wrongs Chronicler of Facts . . Sifter of Rumors and Opinions . . Minister of the Truth That Makes Men Free.
Page 8 - News' radiophone Tuesday night was fraught with romance and must go down in the history of man's conquest of the elements as a gigantic step in his progress. In the four hours that the apparatus, set up in an out-ofthe-way corner of The News...
Page 51 - Magnetic influence has been known for a long time, but it was not until the Nineteenth Century was well advanced that the discovery was put to practical use for the generation of electric current.
Page 7 - The sending of the election returns by The Detroit News' radiophone Tuesday night was fraught with romance and must go down in the history of man's conquest of the elements as a gigantic step in his progress.
Page 80 - All stations are required to give absolute priority to signals and radiograms relating to ships in distress; to cease all sending on hearing a distress signal; and, except when engaged in answering or aiding the ship in distress, to refrain from sending until all signals and radiograms relating thereto are completed.
Page 39 - Advocate of the friendless Righter of public and private wrongs Chronicler of facts Sifter of rumors and opinions Minister of the truth that makes men free . . Reporter of the new Remembrancer of the old and tried Herald of what is to come Defender of civil liberty Strengthener of loyalty Pillar and stay of democratic government Upbuilder of the home Nourisher of the community spirit Art, letters, and science of the common people *T*HE MICHIGAN RECONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE, Mr.

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