The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN, Democrat Probes May Look Into Administration Affairs WASHINGTON (AP) — The searchlight of congressional investigations during- the. nextj two years, under the guidance \ of Democrats, is Certain to pry' inquisitively into the "private life of the Eisenhower administration. Some Democrats said today they want no "political circus"—tat, traditionally, opposition-controlled Congresses, with an eye on the next elections, probe more closely into executive branch doings than when their own party holds the White House. Sen. Gore of Tennessee was one Democrat who told an interviewer he opposes the "political circus of investigations." He said: "We don't want that, but I hope that we will ferret out for all to see the influences that have helped shape the policies of the Eisenhower administration resulting in inordinate favoritism to vested in- terests." Major "Studies" Conversations with several Democrats indicate a new Democratic Congress will concentrate on .these major "studies" of the Eisenhower administration: 1. The civil service job system, and whether a recent administration order really has made "shambles" of the merit system as charged by Sen. Johnston (D- SO. Johnston is in line for the chairmanship of the Senate Civil Service Committee. 2. The oft-cited Republican claim that the Elsenhower administration "got rid of thousands" of Communists, 'ellow travelers and other security risks hired by the old Truman administration. 3. Administration policies on power, public lands and natural resources. One target is the Dixon- Yates project to feed private power into a public power system, and Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson of Texas said yesterday there would be a "thorough venti- MURDER, HE SAYS—It appears as though there's something violent going on in the above picture. Soprano Maria Leone, of New York's Metropolitan Opera, looks as though she's in great pain as stage director Herman Tore! shouts, "Act like you mean it He te going to kill you." Miss Leone was rehearsing for her role as Nedda in Pagliacci. lation" of that plan. Fiscal, Defense 4. Post Office Department policies which some Democrats say have fostered the expulsion of postmasters appointed by previous Dem o c r a tic administrations on flimsy charges of malfeasance in office. Johnston said in an interview he wants to get "to the bottom" ol accusations that post office inspectors are taking orders fom GOP county chairmen. 5. Fiscal and monetary decisions taken by the administration, with an accent on what Gore called the "hard money policy." 6. Defense contracts, mobilization plans, and strategy matters such as administration plans for building up the Air Force. Governor,Wi/e Plan Flight LOS ANGELES (fl—Newly elected Gov. Goodwin J. 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Please send me without obligation complete details of your Non. Profit HospitaliKUion and Surgical Benefits Plan. Name • Address Place of Employment Group D Individual D Little Rock residents may call Fl'.anklin 5-3233 Service Desk, Miss Smith, for Information BLUE CROSS For Hospital Car« BLUE SHIELD For Surgical Care Lie Detector Tests Begin For Socialites -MIAMI BEACH. Pla. Ul -- The j first of seven persons who witnessed a cUamoncHhrowmK melee nl u Halloween party took a lie do- tmor test yesieniuy and the others will ^o through the same routine today and tomorrow Detective Barney Kaplan said Duncan Me.Martin of Bermuda threw ahout S100.000 worth of jewelry at his wife as n climax to the party and that u $25,000 diamond clip was missinR. All .seven .spectators agreed to take the test voluntarily. Kaplan said. They hart stayed behind after most of the other 40 guests had departed tile Brice Finder home, where the McMartins were quests. Detective Jack D. Taylor said those who took the test were Rob- ert (Bunty) Bncon. socialite scion of a shipping firm; Esther Clnlr and M,iu'Uyn HnUeU. Uvo models; Mrs. Wilbur Cooke: Bernard MacDonald; Plncicr: and ft Netfi-o maid who cleaned up the apartment next day. COMEBACK—Hope Hampton, screen star of the '20's, who later graduated to opera, says she plans to givc'Morllyn Monroe some competition in a new Broadway show called "Hello. Paree." The onetime opera singer is frequently seen at Rroadway openings decked out in jewelry. Mine Blast Kills Two SEOUL HI — Two South Koreans were killed and a third wounded by an exploding mine while working a safe lane throiiKh an old mine field near the Korean demil- jltarlzed zone yesterday. Retires; Boosts Bank FT. HUACIIUCA, Ariz, tft — Hugh Stark retired from the Army as ft corporal and jvimped at once on the retired list to the rank of. lieutenant colonel. A veteran of 20 years in the Army, Cpl. (Col.) Stark saw action in the European theater during World! War II. On his discharge after the war he resigned his commission and re-enlisted in the Regular Army. IT'S YOUR MOVE—A chess tournament with humans acting a* pawns, bishops and knights is played in a Vicenza, Italy, pageant Dressed in medieval garb, contestants play the game while human chessmen, elaborately costumed for their parts, duplicate the moves on a giant chessboard laid down on the town square. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT! Double Feature No Passes Admitted Adm. 50c to Everyone UHCiNSORfD! First and Only Films of the World's Most Primitive Tribe! 2nd Big NEW Hill "HALF-WAY TO HELL" CAST OF THOUSANDS! f ,,d.,.d by MATT FREED Fllm.rf by Dr. ond MM. Wm. 8. Inulll I, Holliwiik Mtiactisn SATURDAY Double Feature .JOHN FORD VICTOR MtlAGUN > BORIS KftRlOrf , '" WAtlACE FORD [Jo RfGIHAlO DENNY •££ -AND— Serial "The Bafman' 1 No. 2 and Cartoon Sun. & Mon. Double Feature ? A UNIVERSAl-INTERIWTIONAl PICTURE —AND— SECRET OF ZZv. T ><»»* I CHARiTCV IWECRT MCCX.E I HE I M • MITCHELL- -"-.SUMAC METRO NEWS Phone 3--1G21 Weekdays 7:00 p. m. & Sun. 1:00 p.m. T5JCATDC On West Main St. I nCMI KC | n Blvtheyillc LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE —AND— 'COLOR Walt Disney's Rob Roy i 1H1 HIGHLAND ROGUE m ' ».,.!., RICHARD TODO-GLMIISIOHNS 4|| i«.item mt elk t) liCtKKOLOl rn»*Mli HO M« nti»n • (moth •xpi-o ItM.oi* —ALSO— Cartoon & Serial SATURDAY OWL SHOW Our Sot. Owl Show Starts at 11:30 p.m. Also Cartoon & Serial 4 BIG DAYS-Blytheville's First Showing ': \ SUN., HON., TUB. & WED.-HOV. 7-8-9-10 Alse Cartoon & Short ADMISSION PRICES: Children 25c Adults 50c

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