Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 13, 1952 · Page 7
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May 13, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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TRUCK 'DRIVER OF THfYEAR 7 ,ALLEN C. SAGERHURN i l d t j or i-a.-u, N. U, is con^iaiuiatetl as '"Driver of the Year" of the trucking industry by President Tniman ;at the White House. At right is Mrs. Sagorhorn. Sngrrhorn was chosen because of his long safe-driving record nnd for a d r a m a t i c highway rescue in which he risked his life to save a man pinned unconscious behind wheel of a burning auto. (International! Cleanup Campaign Sponsored By Gathings Approved By House; Comic Books, Radio Included Washington - (\ - P a r e n t s throughout the nation were urged today to help Congress clean up radio and tr-lrvisinn programs, books, magazine and comics. Investigations by two committees Into those f i e l d ? w e i r ordered ,VPP- terday by the Housn in separate resolutions parcel without vocal opposition. Only ,11 oC the 435 House members were present at the time. The Commerce subcommittee Free Yourself of Plumbing Woes It's really amazing how much needed money you can l a v e by repairing plumbing at teen as possible. It doesn't take a small leak, for example, very long to weaken wal! tile. Repair the small ones now. Avoid the big expenses later. 1 Call 1886 C No Job Too Big No Job Too Small D PLUMBING CO. 231 W. Mountain and will "ritermine the extent to which the radio and television programs currently available t o . t h e people of the United States contain immoral or otherwise offensive matter or place improper emphasis upon crime, violence, and corruption." A special nine-man committee to bn named by Speaker Rayburn will do the same with respect to "current literature." defined as books, magazines, and comic books. Both resolutions wrrp introduced by Representative Gainings , (D-Ark), who is expected to head ' I h n special committee. Both groups arc dirrctod In report to the prnscnt session of Con- /rrr.-s and are empowered to rr-commrnd any legislation they rlrom nrcrssary to e l i m i n a t e any offensive ..;,c! 'jr.riesirable matter , from the airwaves and the book; ; stands. ; ! The National Broadcasting Com- , : pany said in New York that its i j programs have a l w a y s m a i n t a i n e d , , the hi.ehest standards nf good taste : i and decency. M u t u a l Broadcasting System said it is m a i n t a i n i n g the : rigid principles of the voluntary ' code rli'-i\vn up by the National Association of Radio and Television Bran fli::isters. · Dumont Television, American Broadcasting Company and CBS- Radio declined to comment. CBS- TV officials were not reached. C!athings called for parental ' help. "Congress cnn do rrmrh by recommending now Irgislalion o r ! pointing up the need for enforcing i e x i s t i n g laws, but we nerd help I from parents. Only though paren- ! (al vigilance exercised in the home can we guard our children from the drmnralizimr influences of Komr current radio and television programs and some of the trash . lining snlfl in cornor storr-; all over the country at prices low enough for kids to pay," he said. "No onp objects to comic books or to thrsc cheap l i t t l e pncket- izrd books if they contain decent material. But I don't think obscenity should be peddled in the form of comic books or books la- ! belrri as s n m o t h i n e else." ' sayt Sam Pearcc, Seattle, Wash. "If you want nickup. there Isn't a car on the rnaii, in any /irirc clan, that ran heal the Rambler. Yet for ccnnomy'. i/ic gas gauge gncs dam so Ihwlyyaii ihink it's broken." TT'S TRI T. Nash Rambler owners arc ama/ccl at Ihc scnsa- ·l lional mileage ihcv pet. This is ihc car that holds the all- time record in the Mobiles F:cnnnmv Run with 31.05 miles per gallon ! This in a real "red-hot" performer w iih so much room inside! 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Has Wards 10-year protection plan 5.57 93.00 REG. 6.90 THICK TAB SHINGLES fieri, green, blue blond. Extra layer on exposed iurface. Per square REG. 1.19 ENAMEL BRUSH 2" pure bristle. Easy working. Reg. 4.89 Neocela Brush, 4" 6.21 97c REG. 41.95 WINDOW FAN--16" ,1 spprds -- exhausts HiOU CFM at top ^7 'J'J speed. Fits windows 23"-29" JJ.// REG. 14.45 GARDEN WHEELBARROW Lcakproof. Bar-steel legs, jomi- 15 no pneumatic lire. Heavy steel tray Ij.CO REG. 39.9S ELEC. SAW 33.97 o'/«' Powr-Krofl Sow light-duty model. UK in home workshops, re- Poir .hops. Complete with bevel adjustment. REGULAR 4.95 FIXTURE 4.17 2-light Bedroom Fix- tur«. Floral p a t t e r n icreened on 15" Froit«d crystal shade. Ivory met- ilholder.Forwallswitch. 2.75 BLACK RUBBER HOSE 2.47 25-ft. length. Tough 3- ply construction stands 7 times erdinory water pressure. 3-yr. guar. R«g. 4.7J, 5 0 ' . . .4.27 REGULAR 1.19 GRASS SHEAR 97c 'Squeeze Grip" Shenn cut gran quickly, ntally. 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