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November 12, 1987|JOHN VOLAND | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

A Salt Lake City radio personality has gone public with his white supremacist beliefs and renamed his weekly radio talk show the "Aryan Nations Hour." Dwight McCarthy, who has been host of the "Counter-Marxist Hour" on station KZZI since July, said the name and format of his live one-hour Saturday morning call-in show will change Dec. 5. McCarthy plans to relay messages from the Rev. Richard Butler, leader of the northern Idaho-based Aryan Nations, and discuss other beliefs of the group on his show. KZZI owner and manager John Hinton said he opposed white supremacist views, but supported McCarthy's free speech rights.

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