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June 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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IT MKAN5AS TIMB. Nyrt^lN., Art.n^ Wed-mdoy. June II, 1951 I f ' ogram For e Outlined .^Milton Eisenhower iOf Perm State '.College Is Heard ...JVhitc SulpJmr Springs. W. Va.- {^VMilton S. Elsenhower, prctl- deM of Pennsylvania Stale Col- left, today outlined anew his four- pSnt program for permanent P^ce. One of them is a genuine understanding among the peoples »fi.'he world, he sairi in a speed] prepared for delivery lit Ihp 27th ftflhual convention of the National Fertilizer Association. j'We must come to understand peoples of other nations and cul- t(4»i as people -- their histories, problems and hopes," Klsenhower U|4. "This kind of understanding two, Eisenhower declared. "A third phase must be political cooperation to settle those disputes. . . which might break Into, open war/are." he said. "The tl- forls of diplomats must be but-1 tressed by the United Nations or · strengthened United Nations." The fourth area of his peace offensive involves power, Elsenhow- er explained, adding: "If we have adequate power it j u s u a l l y does not have lo be used. But there can be no peace without il. . . The United Nations should be equipped with a'world police force to put down aggression." Eisenhower outlined his plan in a similar speech at Johns Hopkins University several weeks ago. He spoke rcirc at closing ses- inns of the association's convention. IT'S A PIPE, SAYS MAMA ROBIN not exist today in any nation." ...The Perm State president, who UJi brother of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, said pence also hinges on enlightened economic cnopcr- ·tton, and that perhaps t h e most litlous money problem in the wlbrld is the relationship of the dollar and sterling ureas. ^j|!omcthinf[ should be done ahoul radical lock of balance In im- Is and exports between the I 52 W.«th.rproof and Fir.proof 2S B.iutiful Colon ij$ PHONE 3031 35 FOR FREE ESTIMATE I CLARK VENETIAN ifLIND AWNING CO. Sg!^^^^ II Wllll.au 400 Expected For Lincoln Barbecue Thursday Nigh! Lincoln-(Speclal) - News commentator Pat Garner of radio stations KFSA and KEPW. Fort Smith, will speak tomorrow at 8 n. m., at a chicken barbecue to be held nt the high school campus here under direction of the Lincoln Kiwanis Club. Garner will share the spotlight with the Lincoln High School band, winner of many state and district b a n d festival awards, which will give a concert. President J. F. "Shaker" Yates of the Lincoln club said arrangements were being made to handle nt least 400 people at the event. Invitations went out to all North- Radio-TV Protective Measure Before Committee Of Congress Washington-f/Pj-A hill to safe-1 communications a c t . Housp de| cuard radio and television stations] bate on the complicated b i l l fo- I from libel suits based on broad-1 cused on campaign speeches ex! casts of political candidates went peeled to crowd the airwaves dur- | to a Senate-House conference to- j ing the summer. day. The legislation also would stations from charging candidates hiked-up rates. The Federal C o m m u n i c a t i o n ' Commission's present policy al-1 . ready says radio and TV stations j And the House, in passing the cannot censor speeches by political i j measure by voice vote late yes- candidates and cannoi be held li-' I terday, required that if a station able for w h a t the candidates say. i | sells time to one candidate it must But some broadcasters, fearing : make equal time available to his! they might be sued anyway, ask-] opponents. | C ri for a specific law. I One nrnvision, offered by Rep-1 Some House members protest ircscntative Horan (R-Wash), spec-j ed t h a t the provision protecting Dr. Sander Loses IB New Appeal To Practice Manchester, N. H.-W)-Dr. Hermann N. Sander, acquitted two years ago on a charge of killing a ! cancer patient by injecting air into her veins, was refused permission for a second time last night to resume practice in two Manchester hospitals. The Hillsborough County Medical Society voted 45-40 in favor of the 43-year-old country doctor from Candia, but he needed a I two-third majority to be re-ad- west Arkansas cities this week and a representative attendance is expected. Guests will cat In Hit high school gym in event of rain. Serving of chicken will begin at 0 p. in. with the program to follov : at 8 p. m. Proceeds from the barbecue will go to civic and youtl projects under direction of th Lincoln Klwanls club, Votes said Advrrttue In In* TIMF*-It pan '"Hri THIS for n plnce to build a nest." Is probably what mama robin .said to papa rohln when they picked this East Ohio natural gas pr^- 'sur« station near Cleveland. Those eggs ore getting a cjuletcr liatchin a 'period than II they were In a tree, because the pipes, carrying about :500 pound, pressure, don't away with the wind. (International^ mat stations may not sor the contents or political speeches. The House refused by voice vote to knock out of the measure a provision which would prohibit discrimination against newspaper publishers seeking radio licenses. Some lawmakers said this might give newspapers preferred status. ! Others said it would only put pub- footing with | Similar To Senate Bill Except for Koran's amendment, which was approved by a 92 to j 27 standing vote, the House meas- i ure is similar to one passed by | Ihe Senate to revise the federal stations from liability for d e f a m - J atory statements made by politicians might lead to a flood of irresponsible character attacks and would take away legal remedies now available to persons libeled. ' Representative D o n d c r o ( R - . Mich) called it an "invitation to | the lowest kind of a political cam- ; paign." | Backers of the provision said it tions. particularly on off-the-cuff programs, have no way of know- NEED A NEW ROOF? ASBESTOS SIDING? No Monty Down EMT Monthly P.rm.nU DYKE LUMBER CO. M» SL Ch«rl«« milled. Dr. Sander was suspsndca' from the society a short time after his acquittal in March, 1950. Membership in the organization is required before a physician may- practice in the hospitals. Keep up with the times--read he TIMES dally. HUDSON REPAIRS A SPECIALTY Sea BOB HALL for a Free Estimate on this Popular Car. WHITELEY'S G A R A G E Comer of School It Mountain ing what a speaker might say. They can cut him off the air after he says something defamatory but under existing law they sti may be sued for damages. BUY YOUR TELEVISION From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP Political Amateur Ike Sets His Own Style For Campaign NOW CAN ill IT AT POPULAR PRICIS! MMCT FROM ROADMOW IMOAOMMNTII A mognifictnt adytntur* in ·nftrtommtnr/ By JAMES M A K I O U Woshlngton-t/1't - Senator Taft has done all Ihe t h i n g s you rouicl expect a professional politician to do. General Eisenhower, the polit- cnl a m a t e u r , has been going by h*s own rules. Taft breezed inlo the picsiden- lial race with coattails flying. He wanted the presidency. He announced for it last Ocl. 17. l i e started to work for it rU'.hl away, specchmaking, lining up support, surrounding himself with old- time politicians. At that time Ihe Insiders proh- i absence to help t h e general. H o f f m a n is c h a i r m a n of the ad| vi;;ory committee for Citizens for : Eisenhower, which is under direction of another businessman, \V. j Waller W i l l i a m s of Seattle, Wash. ! He succeeded H o f f m a n as head of the Committee for Economic Development. Medical Association Hit By Osteopaths Bay City, MIcli.-MYOsteopaths. Now that he's bark he's working hard for the nomination although six months ago he said he wouldn't. Ike's lludquqarters Cheery TONITE Thursday 8:00-10:18 Here's a Big Time Treat Miss It and Be Sorry . . See It and Be Glad . . . A RARE AND EXCITING LOVE STORY.. FILMED IN Lag M»(B*l(BEBIIAflgTJEFF CHUttHEH SUN-MON JUNE 22-23 Palace A MUST FOR EVERYONE HARRIET BEECHER STOWFS IMMORTAL STORY FILMED IN ALL ITS STARK REALISM A MUST TO* EVERY MAN. WOMAN AND CHILD waii-to-wan carpeting, plenty ol ilg pictures of the smiling general, and girls in then- suiuinei dresses, filing, answering phones, ind clipping newspapers. laces. And. in addition to v o l u n - : eers, both men have key people i forking for them around t h e ; ounlry. plus organizations in tates and cities. i His Amateur Help To» '· While Elsenhower is surrounded by plenty of political pros -- l i k e , Lodge. Sen. Duff of I'onn.vrlvania.· Sen. Carlson of Kansas, iintl slate j governors who like him--he has · some prominent amateur help, loo. Paul Hoffman, one of his advisers, is no pro. He's been a busi- i nessmnn who was chairman of the ' Committee for Economic Development. nrMM^nt nf ihn 5l,1rlnt-lnl.-ft. Association. The City Commission voted Monday to reverse a former ruling allowing osteopaths the right ; to use hospital facilities. Medical ! doctors had boycotted the hos- ; p i t a l and refused to send any new ' p a t i e n t s there. Bay County osteo- ! paths said the commission's action iii' reversing its original motion "was the result of a pressure strike" by the medical doctors , They accused the medical associa- j 1 (ion of trying "to run the city" ! and "overrule the law." Services Scheduled Services w i l l he conducted at : 8 p. m. Friday at Zinniman Com| n m n i t y House by F.vangelist Nan: cy G a l b r e a t h . general superin- I tendent of the Crusaders for , Christ Evangelistic Association : and pastor of the Devil's Den C o m m u n i t y Church on Devil's Den Road. Y Advertise in the TIMER--It n»y« EVERYTHING m nUMBINO and SUPPLIES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. 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DON'T MISS IT! -oCWSTANK SMITH -WHEY HUNTIR OZARK ONE OF **·**·»·» YEAR'S BEST THE GREATEST ADVENTUREI II A D If now w *-» rv ix SHOWING BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:45 THE HAPPIEST HAPPENSTANCE! THAT EVER TICKLED YOUR RISiSUITIES! liM . lilQ . TilJ - liJO our Blood Can Save A Life! The Bloodmobile is Coming te Fayetteville June 23-24-25 Six hundred pledges are urgently needed in Washington County to meet the growing demand for blood. Half of the blood collected in this county will stay here to be administered to your friends and neighbors -- maybe even you -- in time of need. The other half goes to the Armed Forces for use in saving lives on the battlefronts and in service hospitals. Don't delay. Lives DO depend on you. SIGN THIS PLEDGED Fill in the blank at tht right, clip it out and mail or '' takt it to th* Washington County Chapter, American Red Cross, Fayetteville. Pledge cards also are available ol any of the following places: City Hospital, County Hospital, Veterans Hospital, First National Bank, Mcllroy Bank, County Clerk's Office, Northwest Arkansas Times, Chamber of Commerce, all doctors' offices, all drug stores, all churches, Red Cross office. Giving blood only takes a few minutes of your time . . . and it may save a life! This announcement sponsored by ---. k ~...--_ Diy A M P M (Ort.nlt.llon,ll ,n r ) (TimVprii.Vted'jo'r'ipiiotalinVnO BLOOD DONOR REGISTRATION BLANK MAIL TO: Washington County Chapter American Red Cross, West Side Square, Fayetteville, Ark. DATE. I pl.d«. my willingness la gir. blood whin ich.dul.d lor tn tppoinlm.nl (List N.m.) (First Him.) "Yiniiiiif (Addr..i) (Phon.)

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