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1. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1939:Jul-Dec

... . He nees no need at this time for the promulgation of any iron-clad rules governing news broad¬ casting and comments on the war. xxxxxxxxx FCC TO PROBE BAR ON ANTI-COUGHLIN SPEECH An investigation of the refusal of Station WJR, Detroit, to broadcast a speech by the Rev. Walton E ...

2. Broadcasting Jul-Dec 1941

... . The sys- tem was adopted when the former moderator of the hall. Dr. Walton E. Cole, moved to Boston. The station broadcasts a quarter-hour program from the Town Hall luncheons im- mediately following the talks ...

3. Broadcasting Jul-Dec 1939

... . Koplovitz, Ben Cohen, high ranking New Deal attorney, and former TVA associates. Fly Quietly As sumesFCC Chairmanship; Starts Inquiry Into Problems of War FCC Investigates Rev. Cole Charge Looks Into Claims That WJR And WJAS Refused Time INVESTIGATION to ascertain whether WJR, Detroit, "is operat- ing in the public interest, conveni- ence and necessity" growing out of a complaint by Rev. Walton E ...

4. Broadcasting Jul-Dec 1939

... . The rulings auto- matically became applicable to such figures as Dr. J. F. Rutherford of Jehovah's Witnesses and The Rev. Walton E. Cole, Unitarian minister of Toledo, who had purchased time on stations to answer Dr ...

5. Broadcasting Jul-Dec 1939

... . Walton E. Cole, Unitarian Minister of Toledo, who has purchased time to answer Father Coughlin, the situation of the Detroit priest predominated. Technically, several attorneys held the view that under the strict terms of the code, it was possible to continue the Coughlin broad- casts for another year, or until all existing contracts expire ...