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February 26, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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B5.;"..*SS. S" M ?··!·"?$! 13 $$$· i V M |0----*O*THW£ST ARKANSAS TIMIS, rayetttvlll*, ArkaitMt TiMMtey, Fcbrinry it, 1W2 Broadcasting Of House Hearings, Rayburn Rules little Chance ps Seen To Change Speaker '· Radio Microphones · ; f. And TV Cameras ; Ruled Out ·Washington -. (/P| - Speaker Sam Rayburn's. suddenly announced . ban on broadcasting or telecasting of House committee hearings touched off a rolling storm of protects from housewives'on up to Congress members today but there .was no Immedlslc sign H would be revoked; ''X ; 'Whilc Republican congressmen ::"imd radlo : TV officials complained .: "rigorously against what they termed "raw censorship" and vlo Union of free speech, the Hous COP leader, Rep. Joseph W. Mai tin, Jr., of Massachusetts, said h dpubtod anything could be done The Immediate effect of th ruling, while barrlnfi radio micro phones and TV cameras from al future sessions of the House an Its committees, was to pull th rug out from under arrangement In .telecast the opening of llous Un-American Activities Commit teo hearings in Detroit yesterday Republican Leader Martin sale the House liuli-s Committee should consider removing the question from .the "twilight" area. Martii said thai while he disagreed with Hnyburri's ruling, he did not ques lion the speaker's right or au IhnrHy to make it. If he were speaker, Martin said, he would nlorprct the rules to allow committees themselves to decide whether hearings should be televised or broadcast. . Ftiiyburn declared ho Is niiainn: any change In Mouse rules which lie hat Interpreted tn prohibit WHO FIXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving Yon 20 Yean SMITH RADIO SHOP Ml THE END OF THE EARTH I Friday, February 29th -- 6:00 P.M. BIG DOUBLE-FEATURE GIANT FIREWORKS DISPLAY televising, broadcasting or news- reeling sessions of the House or Its committees. As a matter of practical politics, rules changes opposed by the speakers seldom get anywhere In the House. Several republicans ,on the Rules Committee privately predicted there will bo no serious effort to alter the rules. Rayburn WHS represented by colleagues as believing It u n f a i r to require witnesses to face cameras continuously, and as fearing that tn open the doors to TV and mdio might give the House a "circus" atmosphere. Representative Shafer (R-Mlch) said the shuloff on the Detroit hearings "Is one of the rawest examples of censorship ever to come to rny attention." World Day Of Prayer At West Fork Planned West Fui'MSpcciaD-WnrMDay if Prayer will be observed by the Vest Fork churches at the Chris- Ian Church here, Friday, begin- !ng at 7:30 p. m, This will be the ourth a n n u a l observance o f - t h e VorleJ Day of Prayer as a union ervlce in West Fork, The theme of this ye.ir'ji scrv- cc, "Christ Our Hope/' will be onthictcrt as following; Oill to Worship and Invocation by Mary [uth Uronhann; Opening Hymn, sweet Hour of Prayer, by Mrs. toy Simpson's CIcc Club. Con- roRfitional Hymn, All H a i l the 'owcr. Introduction and Purpose f World Day of Prayer Riven by drs. Gus Clifton. The Baptist Church will give cripturc rcmjiriKK pertain ins to 'he Threat to Religious Freedom. Prayer will follow and the Assembly r! God Church will give scripture readinss pertaining to Politick Strife Throughout the Nation. Another prayer will be followed by n special song--What A FHend-^by Denn Parker. The Christian Church will discuss Men and Women in the Armed Forces, followed by a prayer. Offering will be taken by the host Church, Mr, Asbcll to. Rive the offertory prayer. The Rev. Douglas Brewer, Presbyterian minister, will speak on ne-dedication of Christians. A prayer and benediction will «nd : the program. Collections this year will be equally divided between foreign and hom« missions. The foreign and the home mission collection will be sent to Mexican and Chinese missions and the home mission collection will be sent to In- sharo croppers, nnd for student work. Symphony To Play Here Cincinnati Group Is Widely Known The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, one of the top-ranking symphonic ensembles in the country, will play at the University Field House at B p. m., March 14 under sponsorship of the University and the Fayeltcville Community Concert Association. Admittance will be by activities ticket or association membership Thor Johnson has been music director of the organization since the 1047-48'season. Formed in 1895, the orchestra has toured every season since 1901-02, with more than 1,000 concerts throughout 35 slates .to its record. It is also a pioneer in the recording industry. Its first discs were cut in 1917, making it the third symphony orchestra in the world to make records. Currently it is the first American orchestra to make records for the London Gramophone Corporation, the in- 'ffrr" ( f u l l fre- recording tech- vcntors of the qucncy ra nge) nlqtio. Appeal By Witnesses Under Consideration Fort Smith, Ark.-VPj-An attorney for the Jehovah 1 Witnesses today was considering possibility of appealing a Federal Court jury's verdict dismissing a $210,000 dam- agp suit against nine residents ol nearby U'lckes, Ark. Marie Wooscy of Ozark, counsel for the re- licious sect, said he would announce in the near f u t u r e whether to appeal outcome of the suit to the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The jury, in returning its verdict here yesterday, in cffecl clearer! Mayor W. C. Watkins and other residents of Wicltes of accusations that they ordered, members of Jehovah's Witnesses to leave town under threat of violence. Toler Named Research Assistant At Station nnvtrtise In th* TIMES---11 niji. PLAN TO BUILD t» Our MiHriiL Oti Our Prictl. Try Our. Sarvlc*. DYKE LUMBER CO. 901 81. Chlrlw IT'S BIG 15 Million Dollars Is a Lot ot Money! r It sure is! And when IS million dollars Is thought or in terms of the Cardinal Food Stores' BUYING POWER, it means n lot of groceries -- nnd every case owned nl manufacturer's carload cost. NOW we can sell you nil your food needs al the lowest prices In Fa.vcltcvillr. For Greater Food Savings -Shop our Cardinal ads. Watch For Our Cardinal 8lor«' Opinlmjl · Morris Greenwood Hlwy II Eail · Campbell's Super Market 117 South School · Purdy's Supply ·Sav-Mor Grocery Hlwir 71 South 210 Mill SI. · Comb's Grocery Ml HuntiTlIU Robert W. Toler has been named research assistant at the rice branch experiment station, In Stuttgart, it was announced today by Dr. Lippert S. Ellis, dean and director of the University CollcRO of Agriculture. A Native of "Arkansas, he- atr tended''Arkansas · A. and' M. College for two years and then, entered the University receiving a B.S.A. degree from the University in .Tune, 1950. Since then he has worked on a rice farm at DeWitt, and recently served as a member of the Arkansas County PMA committee. In his new position, wbich took effect February 11, Toler will assist in conducting the research work at the Rice Branch Station Army ROTC First In Thrce-Woy Rifle Meet In a triangular match fired here Saturday, the University Army HOTC rifle team defeated the ROTC rifle teams of Henderson State Teachers College and the University Air Force ROTC. The scores were Army 1732, Henderson 1655, and Air Force 1555. In order, to give more firers experience.in shoulder to shoulder matches, Major Parker, Army cc.-.ch, benched three of his top six shooters. High scorers for the match were Don Mitchell, 364, and Tom Beas- Icy, 355, for the University Army team. McGough paced Henderson with 343 and Swctt led the Air Force with 328. Hlndsville Miss Sharon Lewis is a patient in the Madison Hospital. She has virus f l u . Sherman McGinnis had a heart attack nt his home cast of Hinds- villc Sunday. Mrs. Mandy Water-field. Mrs. George Slockburgor, the Rev. and Mrs, R. H. Reed and son, Dick, of West Fork were Sunday afternoon guests ot Mr. Reed's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prcd E. Reed. Mrs. Lola Sawyer of Goshcn has returned homo after a visit in the Loy Lewis home. The Rev. Charles .Day of Sprlngdalo conducted services at the Baptist Church Sunday. He will bo with the church for morn- Ing and evening services on March Mcnhnden, n species of fish, move north from Florida waters only ns the seasonal hcnt raises ocean temperatures above 60 degrees. Industrial output In Hrltaln In 19.11 -was 45 per cent above the 1038 level. Not white, not wheit. not rye, liut a flavor blend of nil three-- Junfc'i Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf 2i Senatorial Districts For TheState Supreme Court's Division Brings Some Changes ·Little Rock-M'J-Here's the way the Arkansas Supreme Court has divided the stale into 2R senatorial districts (each district 'getting one senator except where otherwise indicated): District No. 1, Denton and Carroll Counties^ No. 2 Washington and Madison. No. 3 Crawford, Franklin and Johnson. I'o. 4 Sebastian. No. 5 Logan, Scott, Veil, Montgomery. No. 6 Polk, Howard, Sevier, Little River. No. 7 Tike, Hempstead, Nevada. No. B Miller, LaFaycttc. No. 9 Boonc, -Marion, Baxter, Vewton. Scarcy. No. 10 "?ope, Conwny, Perry. No. 11 Garland, Saline, Hot Springs, Clark: 2 No. 12.Ouach1ta, Columbia. No. 13 Union. No. 14 Stone, Van Buren, Cle- jurne, Faulkner. No. 15 Pulaski 3. No. 16 Grant, Dallas, Cleveland, Calhoun, Bradley. No. 17 Fulton, Randolph, Sharp, Lawrence. No. 18 .Izard, Independence, ackson. No. 1!) White, Woodruff, Lonoke, 'rairie 2 No. 20 Jefferson, Lincoln 2 No. 21 Drew, Denha. No. 22 Ashley. Chicot. No. 23 Clay, Greene. No. 24 . Craighcad, Mississippi, Poinsctt 3 No. 25 Cross, Critlcnden, St. Francis 2 No. 26 Monroe, Lee, Arkansas, Phillips 2 Exhibits Bin Bill W. F. Bowling, just back from Texas, yesterday exhibited a "$100 bill" on the "Magnificent State of Texas." Termed a "black gold certificate," it says on its face it is good for 100 Texas bucks. The small Aegean island of Mikonos has several hundred churches. Most of the more than 100 U.S. I Britain now produces about 40 TV stations are connected by net- per cent of all the food she con- work facilities. . Isumes. . The devout followers of the Aga Khan, Moslem leader, numbei more than 20 million. , WALT BEACH OuarantMd Worth topalrlitfl Wilk BmWt ClMim H I. CmMr ItiMt VAvrmrviLLt, ARK. -- i iwt DIXIE R A D I O ·MYIKWMITH 428DKKJM"PH.I2 "SUBMARINE COMMAND" ADM. HOLDEN · NANCY OLSEN UARK ENDS TONIGHT. Wed. thru Fri. · 2 Showt Nightly -- 7-9 P.M. Radio's famorite family,-in their first Great Comedy! '.,,bringing oil the run and wonderful adventure that have rocked the airwaves wi,h IAU6HTEK! 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