The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1955 · Page 10
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PAGE TEX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIEK NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14,1955 Mosquito Wrecks Family Auto FERNANDINA BEACH. Fla. tfl — It was fl routine report down to Uie line thai .said: Cause of accident "Mosquito" was Che answer officers KOI from William J. Kopplin, i'8. He said while he batted at the mosquito his car ran off the road and into a tree. ,, Kopplin and his wife were treated for cuts and shock. SUPREME COURT BENCH AND MICROPHONES: The chairs (from left) belong: to Jus- tices Harlan. Clark, Douglas. Reed, Chief Justice Warren and Justice Black, Governor By Surprise High Court's Voice Goes Hi-Fi By KENNETH O. GILMORE NBA Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON — (NEA) — Hear ye! Hear ye! Eight Justices of the U. S. Supreme Court have ruled in favor of the public address system. The opinion came from their quiet-voiced master of ceremonies, Chief Justice Earl Warren. He started the whole thing a year ago by deciding the court needed better acoustics. Seems nobody but the Justices themselves could hear what went on. During court sessions visitors to the gallery had to strain to catch weighty sentences during historic debates. Members of the press used to write different stories depending j upon what side of the chamber they sat on. Finally they resorted to comparing notes. Now each word is crystal clear. For both the Justices and the lawyers speak through microphones. The system was just officially adopted after being used experimentally last year- One dissenting- opinion against, ibis .mechanical tvadiiion breaker j has been cast by big-voiced Justice J Felix Frankfurter. He has no need J for the gimmick and refuses to use j it. There's a mike ready to be plugged in if he changes his mind, however. A year ago Chief Justice Warren persuaded Congress to let'him have 55,000 to solve the acoustics problem caused by heavy drapes and thick rugs in the high-ceilinged chamber. Engineers of the Radio Corporation of America undertook the job. In addition to small mikes, they put in a master control panel off to the. side of the chamber. It is operated j by an engineer who tunes in the Justices and lawyers when they' speak, A recording system also has been installed which puts on tape everything that is said during the sessions. This will come in handy for judicial review. Although the Justice;, have 3one modern with mikes, they still slick wiih [he ancient custom of not allowing their pictures to be taken in cours. That's why the pictures of the new amplifying gadgets are without people. It's against the rule. j HOBBS, N. M. i.4i — It came as \ quite a surprise to Donuld D. Hal' lam to learn he had been governor o:' Now Mexico recently. : Hallam is speaker of the state ; House of Representatives. With the governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of .state and president pro- u>m of the state Senate all out of state. Halhim look over. He learned . about i'. three days later. Commonest Fish Menhaden is the commonest commercial iish of the United States. Its names, in various parts of the country, include alewife bonyfish. bugfish, bughead, che hot:, fatbact, greentail, mossbunk er, oltlwife, and whitefish. Mississippi U. Paper Blasts Attempt to Screen Speakers UNIVERSITY. Miss. «>) — The University of Mississippi student newspaper blasted the Citizens Councils and a state representative for an attempt to screen speakers invited to the university. In an editorial, the Mississipplan objected to a request by the councils and by Rep. James Morrow of Rankin County for the university to revoke its invitation to the Rev. Alvin Kershaw of Oxford, Ohio, to speak during Religious Emphasis Week next year. Basis for the objection was Ker- taw's statements on a television quiz show that he planned to use some of his $32,000 winnings to help :he National Association for the Advancement of Colored People fight segregation. Morrow and the Citizens Councils called for public -rebuke of the minister. Dr. W. Alton Bryant, university provost, said the university has made no announcement in the situation." , He declined additional comment, j Kershaw. an Episcopal minister, was suggested several months ago for the February religious program by a committee of 175 students. The university usually follows the committee's recommendations. The Mississippian editorial accused the councils and Morrow of "neglecting to grasp the meaning of a university. "Students attend a university to increase their knowledge, gather information through freedom of speech and inquiry and formulate their own opinions." The editorial called upon university officials to "realize that students are intelligent, not necessarily radical, and capable of making their own decisions and forming opinions." The Mississippian opposed a ruling last year by the college - board requiring speakers to be investigated, before coming to the campus of any state college. ROCHESTER, N. Y. (fly-Hugh P. Donnelly expects to get to work on time Monday in the general -storekeeper's office of the New York Central Railroad in East Rochester. He commutes. Donnelly spends weekends as mayor of Watervliet, 240 miles east of here. . He was reelected Tuesday to the $l,300-a-year post ,in the city of 15,197 In Albany County. The railroad transferred htm here the same day. The Central let him off several lours early yesterday so he could "Wapato" is Indian for "big potato." t ve tt«J Plans for National Cowboy Hall of Fame are Detailed OKLAHOMA CITY W) — One of the nation's most striking monuments will be built here to honor the spur and sixgun heroes o£ a bygone era. The shrine will be known as the National Cowboy Hall of Fame. It will be both a memorial and museum, crammed full of cowboy memories and the sweeping drama of the old West. Site of the proposed hall of fame MANILA NEWS By Mrs. James Felts Mr. and Mrs. Therold Martin became the parents of a son Oct. 28 at Ration Hospital. He has been mimed Therold James. He has a sister to welcome him home. His paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Martin. Harry Dunnivant of Millignn Ridge and Frank Johnson of Cara• way spent the week end at Norfork Lake. W. F. Horner, local insurance agent, has received an invitation to attend open house for Pioneer Western "Life in Little Rock, at which the insurance commissioner, Harvey Comb.s, vnll be a special guest along with Mayor Pratt Remmel. Don Pearson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Don Pearson of Chicago, was a week end visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Blake and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Barker and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barker spent Sunday in Bloomfield, Mo. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roe were Linda Bassett of Million Ridge. Bobby Jenkins of St. Chnrlos. 111., Shirley Bassett of Milligan Ridge and Jerry Rhodes of Caraway. A-i!c Piiul Reyna of the Far was honimibly discharged from the service in California and retunied by train to Osccola where he was met by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Reyiifl, Sunday. He spent four Mrs. Phil Benson and Mr. ar Mrs. C. E. Lucas spent last Sunday in Linle Rocfc vLsRing. —a 37-acre tract on scenic Persimmon Hill at the northeast gateway to the city—was dedicated Friday in ceremonies which attracted 1,200 horsemen, thousands of other spectators and many of the West's leading ranchers, businessmen and public officials. Will Rogers Jr., son, of Oklahoma's most famous cowboy and humorist, "won his spurs" as a star performer before his father's home- folks. Rogers served as master of ceremonies at the dedication. He told the group of Westerners from 17 states: "The cowboy shrine is important to the cultural background of America, for the legend of the cowboy stands us a great symbol of America over the world. What the knight in armor is to Europe, what the legend of Robin Hood is to England, so the story of the Western cowboy is to this country." Oklahoma Gov. Raymond called tor a united effort of Western states in making the hall of fame ine of the outstanding museums of the nation, Also sharing, the .speakers rostrum were C. A. Reynolds, retired Kansas City businessman who eight years ago originated the idea for a Cowboy Hall of Fame. WHAT! ...Win a new Dodge every year for the rest of my life? 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