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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1952)
* World News Capsules --
Sawyer to Meet Top Steel Men;
May Order Workers' Pay Raise
Compiled by Helen Jones
(From Hit- wires of Associated Prcwt and United Press)
Secretary of Commerce Sawyer, government boss of the
sei/ol steel industry, lias called top men of the steel companies
to meet with him l-riday morning. Sawyer said he'd meet with
Steelworker President Philip Murray later in the day.
Sawyer hail talked privately Thursday with both Murray and
benjamin hairless, president of C.S. Steel. No word leaded out
from their secret talks. Karlier, Murray indicated at a National
Press club luncheon he expects the union to get the entire wage
board package recommendation—a 17 and one-half-cent direct
wage boost, other benefit and a union shop. But he also indi
, rated there will be no strike if the government gives the union
Jn Boston, Senator Taft said Congress should consider impeaching
President Truman for his action in seizing the steel industry. President!
Truman told newsmen his belief in his constitutional power to seize the;
Industry had not changed.
The crest of the Missouri...
.. . was expected to reach Omaha, Neb., and Council Bluffs, Iowa,
Kriday morning before daylight. Both cities have evacuated all families
in danger, but the Red Cross estimates 130,000 persons have already
been affected by the floods. Iowa has been hardest hit, with more than
17,000 families affected. Despite the wide waters and heavy damage to
cities, towns and rich farmland, there have been only three deaths
dining the entire flood period. The states along the Missouri, however,
are in danger until the river drops. And the present crest is traveling
eight to nine miles an hour.
Averell Harriman was praised . . .
... by some of the bigger men in the Democratic party Thursday
night nt a $100-a-plate dinner in his honor. Harriman is considered a
likely candidate for the Democratic nomination. President Truman
praised Harriman liberally as a statesman, administrator and “a great
liberal deeply devoted to the fundamental purpose of the Democratic
party and the welfare of the American people.” Truman cuologized
Harrimun's career as Ambassador to Russia, secretary of commerce,
Marshall Plan administrator und foreign aid director under the North
But Harriman shared the spotlight with others including the leading
Democratic aspirants, Sen. Estes Kefauvcr, Sen. Robert Kerr of Okla
homa and Sen. Brian McMahon of Conn. The latter became an avowed
In the South Democratic . . .
. . . Senator Long campaigned for Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia for
the Democratic nomination. “Don't let thorn tell you a man from the
South can't win. He'll campaign across the country and stands a good
chance of winning," Long said. Sen. Harry Byrd (D.-Va.) said that
with Stevenson out of the race, Rus: ell Is the strongest candidate.
Aerial attacks in Korea . ..
... were limited Thursday by heavy weather and high winds, but
seven B-2fV.s made a night bombing run against bridges and rail yards.
There were a few probing attacks by the Reds on the ground on the
Meanwhile, on the truce front...
... it was expected that Thursday's session might bring an answer to
Communist demands for resuming talks on war prisoner exchange. The
routine session was scheduled to take up truce supervision, however.
The United States should leave the U.N....
...according to Sen. Williaim Jenner (R-Ind.). Jenner voiced his
opinion in a speech before the annual convention of the Daughters of,
the American Revolution in the nation’s capital. There are rumors that
the DAR will endorse the proposal. Mrs. James B. Patton, president
general of the organization, said she didn't favor the move.
KWAX to Carry
The WSC-Oregon baseball game
will be broadcast at 3 p.m. today,
direct from Howe Field over
KWAX, the campus radio station,
KWAX is at 88.1 megacycles on
the KM radio dial,
Sportscasters for today’s game
will be Frank Tilly, sophomore in
English, and Ken Warren, junior
in arts and letters. George Drou
gas, senior in speech, will assist
them in later games.
All home baseball games held on
week days are aired over the
“Voice of the Ducks" beginning at
3 p.m. KWAX regularly starts
broadcasting at 5 p.m.
Students will be able to hear the
4 sportscasts in the listening room,
20(i Student Union, if they do not
have access to an FM radio.
5:00 Plano Moods
5:15 Guest Star
5:30 World News
5:45 Sports Shots
0:00 Tabic Hopping
0:15 Music in the Air
0:30 Entertainment Guido
0:45 Religious News
7:00 Time for Tonne
7:15 Four for a Quarter
8:00 Request Time
10:55 A Tune to Say Goodnight
3:00 Freshman Forum
4:00 BBC Theatre
5:00 Music for the Connoisseur
0:00 Songs for Sunday
7:00 Sign Off
'Oscar' Winner Showing Sunday In Student Union
"How Green Was My Valley,"
Academy Award winning picture,
will be shown at 2:30 and 4:30
p m. Sunday in the Student Union
The movie is the film adaptation
of Richard Llewelan's novel of a
coal mining community Ln Wales.
Profound family issues and the
nineteenth century economic condi
tions and labor problems are the
basic factors in the story. The
movie builds around the transfor
mation of a lonely valley in the
hills of Wales ibto a grim and
grimy mining district.
Starred in the movie are Walter
Pidgeon, Maureen O’Hara, Roddy
AWS Congress Elects
Donna Trebbe Prexy
Donna Trebbe, freshman in mu
sic, was elected president of the
Associated Women Students con
gress at their first spring term
meeting Wednesday. Jackie Steu
art, freshman in liberal arts, was
Discussion of the calendar for
the coming year was made but no
decisions have been reached and
the calendar will be announced
later. The congress consists of rep
resentatives from each women's
living organiaztion with AWS
Vice-President Elaine Hartung as
“Singing in the Rain”
Gene Kelly &
“Talk About a Stranger”
George Murphy &
llo. 8 M DFR DIAL HOZ?
‘The Iron Curtain’
Dane Clark & Tracy Roberts
“Millionaire for Christy”
Fred MacMurray &
May 11 th
please phone 4-3432
on the campus
McDowall and Barry Fitzgerald.
The film is sponsored by the
SU movie committee and the ad
mission price is 30 cents.
11 :00 a.in.
"Christ, and the Better Worship"
University Class — 9:45 a.m. Fellowship 6:30 p.m.
"After Death, What?"
First Baptist Church
>j Broadway at High Dr. Vance H. Taylor, Pastor
13th & Patterson Sts., Eugene, Oregon
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Skirts — Jackets
Finest quality Sailcloth—Smart Styling—Inter
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Kutawa Ghaut Gala
2100 West Sixth
... of authentic Chinese
foods, expertly prepared
by our own Chinese
chefs! For cuisine excit
ingly different, you’ll like
the Kwong Chow cafe.
Treat your date right...
drive out TONIGHT!
| Orders to take out • Special banquet room for parties
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2100 West 6th