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1950 - Korean War begins
1951 - BOOKLET - MURRAY KENTUCKY BIRTHPLACE OF RADIO.
1951 - BROADCASTING MAGAZINE - Did He Invent Radio? By L. J. Hortin
1950 - NBS. The Nashville Tennessean Magazine, 'A Claim to Fame.' Nathan B. Stubblefield relayed sound without wires as long ago as 1892.
1951 - AT&T introduces customer-dialing of long distance calls, initially in Englewood, NJ
1951 - TV stations are broadcasting. The United States averages two radio sets in every home
1952 - Felix Holt, author sold the movie rights for his book, "The Gabriel Horn," to Burt Lancaster
1952 - The FCC's '3 month' freeze on new TV station applications, imposed in 1948, is finally lifted
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1952 - De Forest Predictions: "The transistor will supplement, but never supplant, the Audion
1953 - Korean War - Armistice
1953 - Stubblefield Postage Stamp?
1954 - Died: Edwin Howard Armstrong in New York City. Engineer for Westinghouse. (Superheterodyne).

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1954 - Magnetic tape is demonstrated for recording television pictures by RCA. Transistors begin to see widespread use.
1956 - AT&T and the US Justice department agree on a consent decree to end an antitrust suit brought against AT&T in 1949.
1956 - CCIT and the CCIF merged to form the International Telephone and Telegraph Consultative Committee (CCITT)
1956 -150th anniversary of Tesla's birth. Tesla Statue was moved to Zagreb's city centre on the 150th anniversary of Tesla's birth
1956 - Television International Magazine (Television Film Magazine) founded, by Sam Donaldson and Al Preiss
1957 - Satellite RF. Beginning of the space age. The year was marked by the launch of the artificial satellite
1957 - USSR launches Sputnik I, first artificial earth satellite. The name comes from a Russian word for "traveling companion of the world
1957 - Farnsworth sole appearance on national television was as a mystery guest on the CBS game show "I've Got a Secret"
1958 - Stereo Records reach the marketplace
1958 - AT&T introduces the first commercial modem
1958 - Frank Albert Stubblefield, of Murray, Kentucky, was elected to Congress
1959 - STRANGER THAN SCIENCE, By Frank Edwards, June 1, 1959, Bantam Book; NEGLECTED GENIUS (page 9).


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1951s 0101 - BOOKLET - Murray, Chamber of Commerce Kentucky, January 1, 1930; MURRAY KENTUCKY BIRTHPLACE OF RADIO. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
••• Nathan B. Stubblefield, Murray citizen and inventor, developed and demonstrated as early as 1892 a device or transmitting the human voice considerable distances WITHOUT WIRES. His "wireless telephone," or "radio" as it is known today, included batteries, coils, a transmitter, a receiver, antenna, and secret devices.
1950 - People are talking about Transistors for the first time, saying they just might replace the tube. 4 million TV sets are in use in the U.S. on January 1st. 10 Million TV sets are in use by December 31st. Some 90 million radio sets are in use in the United States - an average of 2 radios for every home in the nation. Regular color television transmission begins. The Korean War begins. Shortages begin to develop for receiving equipment.
1950d - "Father of Radio." -- De Forest autobiography published. He also wrote several film scripts, hundreds of poems, and kept a daily journal. De Forest died in 1961 and was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1989.
1950s 0101 - Bernard Stubblefield maintains NBS WT New York Office. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1950s 0101 - Mr. Vernon Stubblefield, Sr., celebrated his 50th consecutive year on January 1, as a member of the Dale & Stubblefield drug store.
1951s 0319 - BROADCASTING MAGAZINE - March 19, 1951; Did He Invent Radio? By L. J. Hortin.
••• WAY DOWN in the tip of Kentucky you'll hear on your radio every hour or so: "This is Station WNBS Murray, Ky., Birthplace of Radio." FOR MORE STORY
1950s 1001 - NBS. The Nashville Tennessean Magazine, 'A Claim to Fame' by John Lipscom. Nathan B. Stubblefield relayed sound without wires as long ago as 1892.
1951 - AT&T introduces customer-dialing of long distance calls, initially in Englewood, NJ. The national rollout takes place over the second half of the 1950s. Until this innovation, all long distance calls required operator assistance.
1951 - TV stations are broadcasting. The United States averages two radio sets in every home. Color TV and UHF TV are talked about everywhere. Over 5 million auto radios are produced, and over 13 million other radio receivers. Various conservation methods are used to get around shortages in manufacturing of radios and TVs.
1951s - Frank Albert Stubblefield of Murray, Ky. elected Railroad Commissioner.
1952s -Felix Holt, author sold the movie rights for his book, "The Gabriel Horn," to Burt Lancaster. Lancaster produced "The Kentuckian," from the script which had for its story background the county of Calloway. Later Felix confided that he had received only small financial return for the color-movie rights. His father, Duncan Holt was a witness to Nathan B. Stubblefield's wireless voice transmission in 1885, in Murray,Kentucky.
1952 - The FCC's '3 month' freeze on new TV station applications, imposed in 1948, is finally lifted. 21 million US homes had TV sets. Sony markets the miniature transistor radio. 10 thousand Transistors are manufactured, mostly for government and research. Geoffrey W.A. Drummer proposes "electronic equipment in a solid block with no connecting wires" - The integrated circuit.
1952d - De Forest Predictions: "I do not foresee 'spaceships' to the moon or Mars. Mortals must live and die on Earth or within its atmosphere!"
1952d - De Forest Predictions: "The transistor will more and more supplement, but never supplant, the Audion. Its frequency limitations, a few hundred kilocycles, and its strict power limitations will never permit its general replacement of the Audion amplifier."
1952d - De Forest Predictions: Microwave Ovens. "I foresee great refinements in the field of short-pulse microwave signaling, whereby several simultaneous programs may occupy the same channel, in sequence, with incredibly swift electronic communication. Short waves will be generally used in the kitchen for roasting and baking, almost instantaneously"
1952t - Tesla did not like to pose for portraits. He did it only once for princess Vilma Lwoff-Parlaghy, but that portrait is lost. His wish was to have a sculpture made by his close friend, Croat, Ivan Mestrovic, who was at that time in United States, but he died before getting a chance to see it.
1952t - The Tesla bronze bust by Mesrovic is held in the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade.
1953 - Dwight D. Eisenhower: Thirty-Fourth U.S. President, 1953-1961. (b. Oct. 14, 1890 in Denison, Texas, d. March 28, 1969 in Washington D.C.). Married to Mamie Geneva Doud Eisenhower.
1953 - Three Hundred Twenty Six TV stations are on the air. Electronics looks like a good field to get in to. The Voice of America steps up broadcasts to behind the 'Iron Curtain."
1953 0727 - Korean War - Armistice, July 27.
1953s - 50th wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stubblefield Sr. (parents of Congressman, Frank Stubblefield), at the family resident on Poplar Street in Murray by their children, Vernon Jr., Frank Albert (congressman) and Dr. Robert James Stubblefield. Mrs. Stubblefield was the daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Wilson, formerly of New Providence and Mr. Vernon was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stubblefield, also of New Providence.
1953s - Died: Conn Linn, dies in Tulsa, Okla. on Jan. 25. Former Calloway citizen. Served as Kentucky representative and state senator and was serving in the upper house of the general assembly. Senator Linn's body was returned to Murray for burial. Linn was a member of inventor Stubblefield's "Big Six."
1953s 0120 - Stubblefield Postage Stamp. Resolutions were composed to request the postmaster general to issue a stamp commemorating Nathan B. Stubblefield's achievement in transmission of the human voice over air waves by the Veterans of Foreign Wars post, in Murray on Jan. 20. The resolutions were adopted by the post but not by the head of the Post Office Department.
1953s 0516 - MURRAY LEDGER & TIMES - May 16, 1953; Dr. R.A. Holt Ashes Strewn At Bowman, The ashes of the late Dr. Rufus A. Holt Jr., of Los Angeles, Calif., were scattered over Bowman cemetery, in Murray, Kentucky.
••• In his last will and testament, Dr. Holt had expressed the desire his body be cremated and the ashes scattered over Bowman cemetery, where his ancestors had been interred.
••• Four generations of two lines of his fore-fathers are buried at Bowman. They are Nathan Bowman and Dr. James Patterson Holt, great-grandfathers; Oscar Holt, his grandfather, two great-grandmothers, uncles and cousins, including Nathan B. Stubblefield are buried there. *NBSWiTel™©AFact
1954 - Magnetic tape is demonstrated for recording television pictures by RCA. Transistors begin to see widespread use.
1954ar - Died: Edwin Howard Armstrong (1890-1954, on January 31, in New York City. Engineer for Westinghouse. (Superheterodyne).
1954s - Died: Felix Holt. Felix's legacy was the authorship of two books, "The Gabriel Horn" and Daniel Boone Kissed Me," which had settings in Calloway County. His father, Duncan Holt was a witness to Nathan B. Stubblefield's wireless voice transmission in 1885,in Murray,Kentucky.
1955 - Nelson Rockefeller plays a pivotal role in the Eisenhower-Khrushchev summit in Geneva. Along with Henry Kissinger, he orchestrates the proposal for mutual aerial inspection of Soviet and U.S military establishments, dubbed "open skies." Nelson resigns from the Eisenhower administration and returns to assume chairmanship of Rockefeller Center.
1955 - Over 7 million Radio sets are produced. That number, although less than the peak of Radio production in 1947, climbs steadily through 1961 when over 11 million sets are made in the US. IBM invents the computer 'Hard Drive.'
1956 - AT&T and the US Justice department agree on a consent decree to end an antitrust suit brought against AT&T in 1949. AT&T restricts its activities to those related to running the national telephone system, and special projects for the federal government.
1956 - AT&T opens for service TAT-1, the first trans-Atlantic telephone cable. The initial capacity is 36 calls at a time at a price per call of $12 for the first three minutes. Since trans-Atlantic service opened in 1927, calls had traveled across the ocean via radio waves. But cables provide much higher signal quality, avoid atmospheric interference and offer greater capacity and security.
1956 - CCIT and the CCIF were merged to form the International Telephone and Telegraph Consultative Committee (CCITT), in order to respond more effectively to the requirements generated by the development of these two types of communication.
1956t -150th anniversary of Tesla's birth. Mestrovic made a Tesla statue placed at the Ruer Boskovic Institute in Zagreb. This statue was moved to Nikola Tesla Street in Zagreb's city centre on the 150th anniversary of Tesla's birth, with the Ruer Boskovic Institute to receive a duplicate.
1956s - Died: Dr. Rainey T. Wells (1875-1956), at age 82, at his spacious colonial residence on the Hazel highway June 15. Founder and president (1926-1933) of Murray State University. In 1892, Rainey T. Wells was one of the first persons to hear Nathan B. Stubblefield's wireless voice transmissions, and the first words over a wireless telephone, "Hello Rainey ... Hello Rainey!"
1956s - Television International Magazine (Television Film Magazine) was founded, by Sam Donaldson and Al Preiss. The magazine was purchased by the Troy and Josie Cory in February 1987.
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1957 - Satellite RF. The year was marked by the launch of the first artificial satellite, Sputnik-1, and the beginning of the space age. In 1963, the first geostationary communications satellite (Syncom-1) was put into orbit following the suggestion, made by writer Arthur C. Clarke in 1945, that satellites could be used for the transmission of information.
1957 - USSR launches Sputnik I, first artificial earth satellite, on October 4, 1957. The name comes from a Russian word for "traveling companion of the world. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- The start of global telecommunications. Satellites play an important role in transmitting all sorts of data today; In response, U.S. forms the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) within the Department of Defense (DoD) to establish U.S. lead in science and technology applicable to the military.
1957f - Farnsworth sole appearance on national television was as a mystery guest on the CBS game show "I've Got a Secret" in 1957. He fielded questions from the celebrity panelists as they tried in vain to guess his secret ("I invented electronic television"). For stumping them, Farnsworth took home $80 and a carton of Winston cigarettes.
1957s - Keith Stubblefield takes show-biz name of Troy Cory prior to signing pending recording, movie contracts. Signed with Specialty Records, (1957) - Mercury Records (1960), Cinema Prize (1968). BBC (1971) (VRA 1972-present). Sonny Bono, Nat Goodman, Bob Sherman, Dick Sherman, Bob Roberts, Art Rupe, Sylvester Levy, Muff Merfin, and Ambros Seelos were Troy Cory's producers.
1957s 0301 - TV GUIDE - LA, May 4, 1957; M-F, Channel 7, ABC. CHEF MILANI Show&emdash; Chef Milani, PLUS - Troy Cori and Tip Tobin, Famous Comedy Team.
1957t - Tesla's ashes were taken to Belgrade, Yugoslavia in 1957. The urn was placed in the Nikola Tesla Museum, where it resides to this day.
1958 - Stereo Records reach the marketplace. Hi-Fi Sound reproduction is a growing interest.
1958 -AT&T introduces the first commercial modem.
1958s - Frank Albert Stubblefield (1907-1977), of Murray, Kentucky, was elected to Congress. Member of the U.S. Congress (1959-1974). Elected as a Democrat to the Eighty-sixth and to the seven succeeding Congresses and served from January 3, 1959, until his resignation December 31, 1974. Cousin of Troy Cory-Stubblefield
1959 - In order to meet the challenges of new space communications systems, in 1959 CCIR set up a study group responsible for studying space radiocommunication.
1959 - Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore develop a silicon integrated circuit using planar technology and diffused junctions.
1959s 0601 - STRANGER THAN SCIENCE, By Frank Edwards, June 1, 1959, Bantam Book; NEGLECTED GENIUS (page 9).

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