Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 24, 1952 · Page 14
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January 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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|4_-_NOITHWt$t MKANSAf TWKIK, Hot Discussion On Limiting Debate In Senate Coming Up Sen- Senate. Bcnlon (D-Conn), who presided at public hearings on the oles t the ilans. This in itself was certain to] the street?" BLCMOIES NOT HOMe. EXCUSE ME,! HAVE TO ANSWEC THE FRONT DOORBELL BLOMWES NOT MOME YET, MRS- WOOPLEy- EXCUSE WE, I HAVE TO ANSWER THE PHONE CWAT SCOTT/ THE FRONT DOCK? BELL AND THE BACK DOORBELL AND THE PHONE ARE ALL RINGING AT ONCE WnsliiriJiton-OW-Southern alors were reported closing ranks Issue last fall, would insist on any move to reduce their power in block civil rlchts legislation with long speeches. iroduce controversy. Bcnton reported . he will argue scheduled for nc.xt Tuesday an initial showdown on the hattle- iadcn issue, which in the past has rcdyitatcd fights t h a t tied cnatc Into knots. The committee has before it Morse (R-Orc) to permit impos- ng cloturc on vote of a majority of those present and voting. ariclv of proposals to amend the If that loses, he said, the group then should take up a plan spon- rcquircs a vole of at MEANWHILE, IN ANOTHER i VWWTTO.JI RftRTOFTOWN. OW, ITS NOT VERV PAR. I CAN ^^^.WALK. M CAN I WALK WITH two thirds of. the clect- OEE, MC3DEELMXIRE SURE Lib-NY) to allow cloture hy vote I membership--to order LISTEN, \OUR SISTER ALWAYS of two-thirds of those present n f mil on debate Such a limitation, DOUGH. GET SOME ; HER. WHERE IS SI-IE?: lo senators as ''cloturc," is tcr one day.'s notice, or by ic death knell of any filibuster. In event that plan is rejected, permit n debate limit by vote he would proceed then to posal by Senator Ives (It-NY) to resent to one which would call switch to cloturc by vote of 49 or I 1 ' " r a vote of two thirds of those senators--a majority o f . the resent and voting. : ight I'romlscd Senate leaders clearly fear t h a t ny one of them, if brought to the elected membership--and then to i proposal by the late Senator Wherry (R-Ncb) to allow vote limitation by vote of two thirds of loor, would set off ; ililiuslcr fight. They Lehman, publicly advocates an hooting for adjournment of Con- attempt to wear out rcss before the Republican and no matter how IOUK it takes. Democratic conventions in July. Senator Russell (D-Ga), who sually quarterbacks, filibusters bura Address. Nov. of the dedication of icclarcd repeatedly any move to change the ulc. He and others from the South reportedly arc already allting strategy. ing Service of the U. S. Weather Bureau is conducted river district offices and four river forecasting centers. It issues flood vhen the group starts votin rivers and tributaries. OUT OUR WAY I SAW PILL IN TOWN), AM' WHILE HE WAS DEER. HUMTM HERE HE SAW THREE CALVES WE MISSED WHEN WE WORKED THE REP HILLS--AN' TEETERS DROVE THRU HEAH AN' SAW A YOLO BULL JES' I'LL GO TH 1 NEXT DAY AN' ) WE WOM'T HAVE SO MUCH RIDIW It TOWN TOMORROW AMP FIMP MOW MUCH FOI? THE OWE IW THE WINDOW? TMAT5WHAT IVE BEEN LDOklWXJ FOR/ CAN HAVE'M!J-__ PIM-UPS' ;n fT) -. ,- «Y! WHAT HimNIOf-fOUTHi FiUA WO CAU.ED THl POLICE AIOUT A HOLDUP? INSIDE INFOBMATOM Believe A orMrt/ boXinf[ coach HAS NOT MISSED A SINGLE WORKING DAY IN 46 YEARS GUESS I LL HAVC TO LET ) HIA1 GO...KEE'-- '-FORGETTING . OF A M6N WHO UVEO N 3 CENTURIES St.AlphonSusCcmeirn/.Windso Tribe, Africa ALWAYS BALANCES A DI3H OF GRUEL ON HER HEAD INrHEHOPSmTA PROSPECTIVE HUSBAND WILL TEST HER COOKINGS BRON8ON GETS / WHAT KIND OF I HAVEN'T HIMSELF TIED I A PACKAGE OVA THE FOGGIEr UP WITH SOME X.RECKON IT lsf ^ NOTION ETHNOGRAPHICAL TMING...SOHEPUT3 IT ON A PLANE AND BENDS IT I DOWN TO ME/ cw, DT tJinrt:, 1 1 »ll I / M Y l.«=/M OIK, YULi AKU ELICVn ITCANl.' S, ^Y' L J V | A MOST REMARKABLE HOLD OTILL NOW... \ dr.V \ MAN.' YES INDEED.' JUST A MOMENT.' |»*C,,.,. r 1\ YOU SHOULD HAVE It _ AH,THERI=/YES,A/ f SJ?. ? V DIED A MILLION y f ? PERFECrHOMO/ IT"-' / ^VvEARe AGO//^p. f r ^%~_ ^/ _fl!, ..i fr""! . ^*^i / ' """""*^ I * A . PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK "'Coffee Hour" Recoghizea By Many Firms, Survey Of Office Practices Determines Philadelphia-W'i-Since the birthO- nnounccd h c j o f business, office employes have immittcc voles wondered, ; 'Am 1 treated as well The National Office Management Association of Philadelphia attempted today to answer this question. It conducted a surve. o f . i n o r c tl.an 2,000 business firms in 120 cities and came up with a report outlining the average office pra-- tices. Perhaps the most often-asked question is the office rule rn srr.oking. The NOMA report discloses that less than three per cent of the companies interviewed forbid smoking entirely. All.iost h a l f , however, forbid smoking by women. Smaller organizations tend to be more lenient. Geographically, the I Sri them stales report that tin-re in every four companies allow unrestricted smoking by both sexes. Firms in Canada and the West Central States arc least friendly to smokers. About 30 per cent of Hie companies surveyed do not care ho'w much a worker smokes or where he docs it. Between meal snacks arc another item enjoyed by some office workers and forbidden to others. The "morning coffee hour" has to be a tradition in many places of business. Generally, bosses allow this bit of pleasure. About fio per cent of the companies polled officially sanction the bctwcen-mcal snack period and more than half of those which do not say they overlook violations. Less than three per cent of the companies concern themselves with the dress of their employes. Only two per cent require males to keep suit coats on. Here is the average workday schedule revealed by the report: Slart between 8 and 8:29 a. m. One hour off for lunch. Quit between 5 and 5:29 p. m. No Saturday work. When two co-workers get married about one-third of the firms will transfer one of the newlyweds to some other department. Fourteen per cent will consider j the marriage sufficient grounds for dismissal of cither husband or wife. ClayionRand Says: The Potato Brancn of the Production Marketing Administration, one of' the New Deal's most lavish ventures, has quietly closed its office, this costly bureau, dished out ?445,000,000 to potato growers between 1943-1850 in the form of price supports for surplus spuds. Price supports were actually removed in July after the potato experiment became something of a rural racket. Then an extraordinary thing happened. Potatoes j brought higher prices ' without government support than they had with it. The year's crop was expected against to bring . $750,000,000 . »s "the 5324,000,000 for the year before, which included a subsidy of ?65,000,00u. When the government quit supporting prices the growers who had been riding the gr«vy train cut their acreages to one-half. The law of supply and demand functioned. The prices for a' bushel of potatoes went up from $1.75 to $3.50. t In fact, potatoes without a government handout went so high that Price'-stabilizer Michael V. OiSalle stepped into the picture to put on the brakes. As of January 10, the price of white potatoes was rolled back from 5 to 10 per cent. He said the. regulation will save consumers millions of dollars. Even the .eye of « i otato muit see through our cockeyed economy. And if a potato can't see, why were we once taught to plant spuds in the full of the moon? U. A. Student Has Volume Of Poems Printed THUMIMT IVININU 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 8:30 Newi 6:15 Ozarks Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on th6 Air 8:00 United Evangelical Mission Service 8:30 United Evangelical Mission Service ' · Edsel Ford, 53, University senior from Rogers, said today his new book of poems, "The Stallion's Nest," will be released February 1. The new book, a' privately printed volume which will be issued in a limited edition, contains about 20 new poems and a number of previously published poems. A journnlis: student'.at the University, Ford was named recently as the 1952 \vinncr'of the N o r t h w e s t Arkansas Times scholarship, offered annually to an outstanding journalism senior at the University. His work has been published in national magazines and newspapers. One of his jjocms appears in the current issue of Voices. The title poem of "The 1 Stallion's Nest," won »n award as one of the best five poems in the autumn issue- of Folio, a poetry journal in which it was originally published. 9:00 Robert Hurlcigh 9:05 Harding Family 9:35 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 10:30 Sign Off : rRIDAT MOUSING 5:30 Rise 'n Shint . 5:50 RFD 1450 6:00 ftisc N' Shine 6:30 Markets and weither 6:35 Rise N' Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koffcc Kup Kapers 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade . 8:00 Robert Hurleigh News-8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Kditi-n 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:25 Ncci--M 9:30 Take A Number 10:00 Food for'Thought, :15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical'Roundup 11:55 Market Report FRIDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 News »t Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News--M 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladies Fair 2:25 News 2:30 Bob Poole 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Plckn' Time 5:00 Green Hornet 5:30 Wild Bill Hlckok 5:55 Cecil Brown "Slow up, Jo* · · · I think I h«ar mk«l" AUTO WORK br rtllibl* mtchinlci. 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