Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 17, 1952 · Page 8
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January 17, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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IWIJT JUKANf AS T1M1S. . Arinmat Thursday, Jonuory 17, 1952 " Warren Urges GOP Platform Be "Liberal Forty Committee Told To Support Sociol Progress San Francisco-M'l-Gov. Karl Warron of California told Republicans b l u n t l y today they cannot " t u r n . t h e dork tack" and expect to. win this year':: presidential election. Warren, an announced candidate for tlic GOP presidential nomination, opened the Ttepubllcan National Committee meeting with a luncheon speech. He outlined '-·liberal" platform planks he said Ills party must adopt to. win the November election. "1 am convinced the American people are not Socialists and will IXit · tolerate Socialistic uoverrt- jjHcnt, but they definitely arc com- ajUtted to social progress," War- 'ijtn declared. ^"Aisy party which turns its back )h tocl'ni progress will be repudiated by the people." Warren made no mention of Sen. Robert A. Tail of Ohio, another GOP presidential candidate But it was obvious his remark: were directed primarily toward National Committee members who re b u r k i n g the Ohloan. Tnft has stood for many "social | irofircss" measures but Vie flcner- illy is accused by most of his critics of representing the so-called conservative winu of the parly. Warren's address keynolcd a session at which Chairman Guy G. Gabrlelfion was scheduled to report on Republican prospects for the November election. In««lli To Kpruk David S. Inpills, national chairman of the Taft-Kor-Presldent L'ommiltec, will present the Ohian's case at a d i n n e r t o n l y h t . Warren, the HMU vice president i a l noniince, said he believe:; in trying to carry out parly platforms between elections. 'I stiRyesl we make it crystal clciir to the American people t h a t Ihe things we advocated for their welfare in the platform are still party concerns a n d . w i l l continue to be so--that we do riot intend to turn the clock back--thai we arc not willlni,' to have present- day inequalities f r a -i. e n i n t o American life," thu California governor said. Me said he doesn't believe the people will vote for a chance in government "for the sake o! change Itself.' Warren said be t h i n k s the people want "a thorough leorganization and ovcrhaulins of the federal jiovcrnment," and that "the Democratic party cannot do t h a t at t h i s late date.". Chemistry May B reak Synthetic Gas Deadlock Ity SAM DAWSO.V j produced in them nl prices In com- | Oil men and government offi- NVw York-(/1 f j-C1ietMi:.lry niny i p e t i t i o n w i t h petroleum gasoline, j c i a l K d i f f e r sharply arf to the cost break Hie deadlock hetwrTii t h e j rc:jrnrfh h f i n d i n g ways to prn- ft.ivi'inmenl a n d the oil industry i d u c e an incrPasiny nutnbci 1 of val- and produce synthetic ^a.'iolinc j u a f o l c chemicals in :;uch proccssu^. i.'Oimiicrdally "much tooner lh;m';\| ;tv sptrrd Production many think." j ,.' Tllt ... c pI . U( . CSKC s can he J-CKU- Thnt 1* the opinion of the rr- | ;i t cc | to produce more chemicals man;iKf:r of Hoppers Com- pjiny, Pittsburgh, today it.f lust-arch : set up in a n n o u n c i n g department is plant fur It i;: here that d i i i f i t»f products may result 'cftiil tn gasoline* plant Ije- economically feasible much the conver:;ion of coal to .synthetic j !;o o n r.r t h a n many think." liquid fuel:;. What they'll aim at i- L 'not so much the s y n t h e t i c /{u:;o- line they'll make but ilie v a l u u h l c chemical;; the [iroces^ w i l l al.so t u r n out. G o v r r n m e n t nffiei.'ils are plugging steadily fur commeicial plant:; to t u r n cord or shale into gasoline mid lucl oils.' They contend this would be a national ijafefjiiiinl if -.-·- ·· shoui ddeplcte present supplies of petroleum. And they t h i n k The Koppcrs pilot p l a n t . a t Verona, J'a., w i l l produce gasoline of aviation r a t i n g , but also a long list of aroma lie chemical.-? such as beii/.ene, and also phenols nnd creicohi, alcohols, aidehydc.s, ke- lonc.'i a n i l f a t t y acids. The commercial v a l u e of these \vould make plant operation profitable, DIAlclio of operating synthetic fuels plants the by-products would be 42 million dollars..a year. The council estimates their value at 16 million dollars. To try to reconcile these views the government has hired Ebasco Services, Inc., to make an independent report. for coal or .shale. The Bureau of UoTplant ir would a cost' ^l^mUHon m " occurred on" Dec. 20-27. 1347, -»«irnl*.iim I when 2fi,8 inchcE of snow fell in New York City's greatest snow- dollar.-;. The National Petroleum | Council estimates the cost at 533 million dollar:;. The bureau t h i n k s t h a t if the .synthetic gasoline cost 11 cents a gallon to produce the investors- would get a six per cent return on their money. The council says t h a t [o Ret six per cent the investor.-: would have to sell the gasoline! at 4 I cents a gallon. The bureau t h i n k s the value of I hen 24-hour | He»t ind Smartly Slyled Hair- cull and Good Clean Shaves HAIRCUTS ONlv 50e WHITE'S BARBER SHOP 405 W. DICKSON The easternmost point of land in the United Stoics Is W e s t Quoddy Head, near Kastport, .Me.', in longitude flfl degrees, 57 minutes. " Koppers J.s spending its own sVH.ncUc KHsoiinc. ran he pro- 'TMncy TM l h i s pilot plant-but duccd from our a b u n d a n t coal and I som! R'-vcrnmcnl o f f i c i a l s .have .shale supplies almost as cheaply j projioscd t h a t Rovermncnl backin B as from petroleum. l)c S 1 TM', 1 ". lh " ;i0 , ?.", h . ln 8 l " cntor Ihe synthetic fuel field. Such pro- pi industry leaders have c r i t i They claim ci/ed thin content!' the synthetic gasoline would \"\,i far metre expensive to produce and :'' Ilicy say H u l l the lax money and .slcel would be beller ii^ed in expand the oil industry facilities. sharp replies from the idustry. Doubtless they dislike lireal of competition, but they al.-.o malic other points. The steel needed should KO to the oil industry, says Frank M. They also say oil reserves are suf- I'orler, president of the American Fit-lent tor even a war emergency, j 1'etroleum Industry. Last year the Dr. C. !·'. D'Alelio, ICoppciv re- industry drilled a record '14,000 search manager, agrees w i t h both sides to some extent. He says: "While p l a n t s to m a k e jrasoline from coal are cosily lo build and ine could not presently be new wells. 1'ortcr says it can drill 511,000 wells this year U the Rov- ermncnl \vill allot the' 1 'steel, "be- caut;c Hie locations for d r i l l i n g are there without a question." Purdy's Supply ' Snowy Whit* I Cauliflower . . . Ib. * I Florida -- Sweet and Juicy $M«lium Slu jOranges. . . doz. 25 C Florida -- Large Size Grapefruit. . 6for29 Garden Fresh Bill). 5c Radishes 3 for I3c Fresh and Crisp Celery . . . .Stalk 15* Jello, 3 for 25c Salmon ^ 49c PURE Lard, 3 Ik Sic you're budget-minded (and who isn't these days?) then you'll like doing business at PURDY'S. 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