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Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - January 8, 1952, Fayetteville, Arkansas TM PUIUC THE FIRST CONCERN OF THIS NEWSPAPER Jlorthtoest Cuncs Associated Press Leased Wire AP, King and NEA Features Local and vicinity partfjr rloudy and colder tonight, with temperatures from 28 to yt. To- morrow Increasing cloudiness and warmer. Trace of. rain. temperatures yesterday 48; low 42; noon today 59. Sunrise sunset VOLUME 90, NUMBER 141 FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY I, If SI Consider Quest-ions Of Great Moment Britain's recognition ot Communist China was expected to come up today in the series of talks be- iwaen Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Truman, shown conferring above. The presi- dent was expected to make clear that this nation's nnn-rccognitlnh of the fieds is a firm policy. A number of issues were to be discussed. Taft Says His Pledges May Win Nomination Eisenhower Only A Draft Possibility, Ohioan Declares Taft (R- Ohio) claimed today that if all the pledges he now hold.1! arc lateri into voting strength he will win the Republican presidential nomination. That was his anpwcr I" thc statement of Gen. Dwight U. Eisen- hower thai lie is n Republican longer is any doubt that Gen-! cral Eisenhower will be nominated Sept Ilr-s. snow- in July and eloclcfl gn November l piling bulldozers last night paved 8S a republican." Senator Lodse, tiiis gateway to Canada's huge said the nomination "now will be! Ungava iron ore deposits from his." destruclion by a million-dollar Senator Kcrr (D-Oklal said! fire. Eisenhower had more military With water froy.cn over than political sense or he wouldn't i by 15-below-zcro weather, the be available as a Republican. bulldozers smashed inflammable "If he is the Republican buildings from the fire's path and inec, 1 will lake p'cat pleasure in opposing him." lie said. DR. JORDAN He has been connected with thc University'for 33 years. Since 1949 he has been teaching half time. He was the first head of Ihe de- partment of speech and dramatic i arts at thc state school, and for- merly was dean of the College of Arts- and Sciences. For a number of years he was head of the Eng- lish department. A year or two ago he spent some time in Norway as an exchange professor of Eng- lish. He came to Fayettcville in 1918. For thc last two years. Dr. .Jordan has served as dramatic critic for thc TIMES, reviewing presentations at thc new Fine Arts cDonaId reported he would continue Symington's goldfish bowl" policy of disclosing all in- formation on government loans, lie said be hoped to retain most of the key RFC personnel. As for political influence. Mc- Donald said, "We just don't ex- pect anybody to try it. We cer- tainly won't permit il." U.A.May Help Revise Highway Accounting The College of Business Admini- stration at the Universily is will- nig to Rive all the help possible in sUKgcflini! ways and means of revision of the Arkansas Highway department auditing and account- ing systems. Dean Paul W. Milam said today. He said the University is one of a number of agencies being consulted on the subject, and if it proves feasible, will offer what suggestions members of'the college staff, may have. The College of Business Ad- ministration was asked for its help yesterday by Chief Engineer A. K. Johnson in n telephone call. Uni- Provost Joe Covington is in Ijittle nock today and is scheduled to confer wilh Highway Depart- ment officials. The Highway Commission, poli- cy-making body for the depart- ment, went on record several month.-? ago as favoring a new nc- I counting system. Wilson's "Acres Of Sky" Will Be Produced In New York As Feature Of Music Festival I. Bill narlle, field artilleryman home from Korea lo attend officer's candidate sdmol at Fort Sill, Okla., lends off with a donation of blood at the Student Union, Where a RodjCross bloodmobile collect- ed pints or blood yesterday and hoped to equal that m.irk today. Sergeant Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bartlc of Faycltcvillc, was one of the few he the University to to KorcA the National to donate blood. (Puska Disappears French Cabinet Resigns After Assembly Defeat V j n Missing 'Teen-Ager Found Chained To Bed Salt Lake City-M'j-A teen age' Students Rush To Give Blood To Red Cross A Red Cross bloodmobile found onj, o lack .of tiohors be produced in New York Cily in today tl taken to ROH- below thc dam, Work on thai ins .Memorial lln-piinl where'ihf project Is e.xpectcd In be resumed exienl of bis Injuries had not down a clue. liikcn In daylight bery of a branch of the SC- pound.jcurliy Hank during a snowstorm yesterday. j .Springfield for processing Into pliisma. The percentage of who (failed lo puss Ihrough the scrccn- below Ihe na- ciouny, Prospective donors this weekend. been determined just before noon, 'aftornoon The A rk a n ____Jt wanner in Miuthia.it Ibis aftrnmnn. cooler Wwlnesday in north por- llons tonight, Scattered t-how'TS tonight and In north portion this' kidney disease PRICI FIVI CINTS Congress Opens; Few Must Bills Up For Study Politics Will Ploy Mojor Role In New Session defenss spending, universal mililary train- ing and foreign aid stood out as lhc dominant issues today as the 82nd Confess opened Us eloctlon- ycar session, which got under way at noon. Leaders wouldn't be sur- prised if it lasts right up to the November elections in which a president, vice president, 435 Mouse member.1; and, .'it least 32 senators will be chosen. Only a few "must" major bills are uji for consideration. Topping them ire UMT.' economic, ronlrols, foreign did and billions in new appropriations. f'olitieally, it may he one of the hottest sessions in decades. Sup- porters of Senator Taft of Ohio, Ctcneral Eisenhower and other llcpublican presidential possibili- ties already were jockeying for position, and Democrats countering at every opportunity. From President Truman's 3late-of-the-Unlon message to- morrow, Democrats hope to obtain nine clue as lo whether Mr. Tru- man will seek reelection and It not. the issues on which the Demo- crats will be expected lo base their campaign, and expect the presi- dent to ask for many things Con- gress has refused to him- In. the past. Anti-Nazi Feeling In brief Hires, 200 Hurt .lerusalcm-Wl-Unxcrlnt hatred, of German fired mob of. Israeli youths to storm the. Knesset (Parliament) last In a riot which left more than 200 persons Injured. Police- two-hour battle with clubs, tear Has and shols fired into the alf to keep thc mob out of Iht Knesset session. Ten policemen and civilians were hospitalized with Injuries. Eighty-two other policy-, men were hurt. _ A. Seventy .suspected of riotlni; were arrested.- The rioters protested i proposal to open direct talks wth Germany over claims of about billion dollars In money and goods for reparations to dispossessed .lews. The claims so far have been press- ed only through the Big Four oc- cupying powers In Germany. Three Children Die In Arkinsis Fires Lltlle Rock-OT-Two separata house fires.in Arkansas Monday claimed the lives of three Negro children. Their deaths boosted to 12 the number of persons who have died violently In the since New Year's Day. .Farinle fluth Cobbs, Iwo, and Gloria Ann Cobbs, six months, perished when their parents' hon-e Bluff was destroyed by (ire. A .brother, Johnny Lee Cobbs, four, escaped without injury- At Prescott, Llnd" McHe'nry, 17, months, riled when her home burned. Million Dinuge in Allinlic City Blaze ATLANTIC CITY. N. rampaged out of control for more than four hours through two blocks of this resort city yester- day. Damage might go as high as four million dollars. 'Flames, whipped into a frenzy by a wind, de- stroyed hotels.' rooming houiies, and a theater on or near the famed boardwalk. Eighteen persons, including men and policemen, were slightly Injured. The St. Charles Hotel on the boardwalk was gutted by spreading flames. Damage to the boardwalk Itself was slight: Cause of thc fire was undetermined. Montoe To Salute U. A. Founders' Day Founder's Day at the University will be saluted by VaugKn Mon- I roe and his orchestra during the weekly broadcast of the "Vaughn Monroe Show" Saturday, January IS. Thc program will be broadcast over more than 170 stations ol the NRC radio network at 9 p, m. i The Monroe orchestra wil fea- ture the University Alma Mater and the Arkansas Fight Song. Aa an Introduction to the musical salute, Vaughn nnd announcer Wayne Nelson will give a briel history of thc University, which was opened January 12, 1171. run he rejected for K variety o( ailments Including heart trouble, 'othe T diseases. MARCH DIMES
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