PAGE TWO BLYTHEVnULE (ARKi) COUIUKrV NEWS Kefauver Thinks NationalCommittee Should Chart Policy TUESDAY, PEC. 16, I9a»' : By G. MILTON KKM/I' WASHINGTON Ml— Sou. Kefauver (D-Tenn), whose bid (for the Democratic presidential nomination fell short, said today he recognizes Qov. Adlal Stevenson as the party's nominal head—but with no authority "to dictate or determine parly policy." ' Kefauver told .1 reporter he will recommend thai the Democrats re'v heavily on their national committee to chart policy with the aid of a special new committee ot some sort. He said the chairman of the national committee might also hear! the special policy group. Of Stevenson, who headed off Kefauver's front-running bid for the party nomination and then lost fn (he election, Kefauver had this to say: "As a matter of custom, Gov! Stevenson as the defeated nominee Is the titular head of (he party. "However, he has-no right of or In himself to dictate or determine party policy. That Is for a policy committee—the national committee and its executive committee, and perhaps others. | "Bud his views should carry a lot of weight In policy consultations." In that view, Kefauver differed In degree from Sen. Maybank (D-EC), who has said he docs not acknowledge Stevenson as the parly leader. Among other reasons, Maybank said he thinks Democratic memhers of Congress, by the nature of Ihelr jobs, will establish in day-to-day votes much of the policy on which Uie party's 1056 standard bearer will have to run. Kcfanver said he hopes the Democratic National Committee will consider the whole problem at an early dale. He satd he believes many hroad policy maters can he settled by the national committee, A smaller group wjiich might be termed a policy committee, could handle some others "of a r more changing nature, such ns certain phases of foreign policy," he continued. Kefauver said such a policy, committee If one Is formed, should give representation 10 the national committee, Oemfjcrntlc governors, Democrats In Congress and some others. Kefauver wouldn't comment on talk of booming Stevenson for n second try at the White House In 135(i. Asked whether he himself might again be ,a candidate, the senator replied: "I have no plans to become EVEN THE BIRDS ARE WALKING—The thickest fog in the memory of Londoners envelopes Trafalgar Square, turning day Into night, and forcing the pigeons to walk Instead of fly. Soot-and- smokc laden, the fog has caused at least JIO.000,000 in damage, tied up traffic, and caused several head of cattle at a London livestock show to b« put to death to end their suffering. One man was Injured when a Mallard duck, flying low, crashed into him in the pea-souper. Bank Out Does Modern Methods PHILADELPHIA !^—There, are drive-In banks where a customer oho." pulls his auto Into n parking area and then turns his money over to n cashier. There's banking by mall where you simply put deposits into an envelope and drop Into the nearest letter box. Now comes a more'modern Idea, The First National Bank of Phila- delphia, In announcing today planned *1.700,000 expansion of Its downtown office, Is going to let its customers arive right inside the building and do business withou' getting out of thel" cars. The bank will be more thin doubled In size. It Is located In the heart of what once was the banking Driving Teacher Is Jailed for Unsafe Driving LOS ANGELES 1/H — A onetime automobile driving Instructor Is serving: 60 days In Jail for falling to practice what he preached. Walter E. 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