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\ BLYTHEVILLE COURIER ii" . 1 HE DOMINANT N t>l won A nn"t-i f^tr, ..„ VOL. XLV—NO. 217 Blythevllle Daily Newt Blylheville Courier Blylheville Herald Valley leader THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST M ISSO UIU BLYTIfBVILLB, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, as delations, scheduled to be ready for the first showing of the sens ,, is at work at the intersection of Fifth and Main stiwK Thn n,,.,. ,, Street. Pro,,, lea to ,, S ht are : JiLie ^^^X^ . committee...™ ,„ „„ „*„„„„„ ctaMma lnmMm > • memen, working m U)c Jluln|lta|ons nieni is necessary before the lights go on. npletcd, mil sume repairs to tile equip- rnings of Inflation Heard But Immediate Threat Is Discounted By Slcrlimr V. Green WASHINGTON, Dec. 5. (/IV-Warnlngs of inflation are fluttering again m the capital, but most of the economic lookouts discount any ^mmediate peril. They see fairly steady, prosperous sailing throughout 1950. President Truman is not expected to revive his demands of a year ago for drastic "standby" anti-inflation powers. Tills is despite the rise in credit to new peaks, the firming of prices, and the fall improvement In business and employment. Government economists and some pr.vale experts report the revival of an "inflationary potential." They base tiie report mainly on heavy in- the-rcd spending by the government and on the new round of wage- and-pension increases. Yet few of them expect a major price whirl In the next 12 months. The "disinflation" is not over for some imjxirtniU industries Many economists believe the long-range t , • hazard Is deflation. 8 " •' ' ' v< A «incei;.-=.w of,tl ?fl forecast.* might toil 'down to rli is :.:•"= Sfeel Price Hike Is Expected Soon New Wage, Pension Increase Boasting Production Costs PITTSBURGH, Dec. 5. (>7>)—Some steel prices almost certainly will Increase soon, says an industry spokesman. The spokesman, who asked Ins iiR.i.e'riui ba ...W-^uuclajiSrin- creasing .- labor and material costs arc rising. And. he added all steel companies arc surveying the situa- tu-n with an eye to price adjustments. •• "It may not be a general increase but it is almost certain in my mind that some adjustments will be nee- ijk'sary on some lines," the spokes* ~.a.i declared. His remarks came on the heels of a statement from the head of the nation's fourth largest steel producer which left little doubt consumers ultimately for steel. Declaring that production will pay more costs are rising. Admiral Ben Morcell chairman of the board and president of Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation, declared: "It becomes crystal clear that the increased costs for raw materials for services and for labor which are now being imposed on us. must be balanced by corresponding increases in prices." Careful Study Needed "What form this revision will take the particular products to which ii wit] apply, and the amount of increases. should be determined only after the most careful study of costs and the present and prospective demand for our products." A spokesman for U. s. Steel Cor. Deration, world's largest producer. had no comment on Morccll's statement. However, a spokesman for Republic Steel Corporation said his firm " C. of C. Enlarges Holiday Program Christmas Music Added to Plans for Parade and Contests The Merchants Division of the Blytheville chamber of Commerce today dcci , le(| (0 sl , |)p|em| , ]U Christ ns ,, ms | c to be , learri „ after Wednesday. The group approved the program today at a committee meeting in toe Chamber of Commerce office The -recorded music will be played i ' in the afte rnoon, with speakers' on each street, carrying it throughout , the business district, and will be heard again each evening. A test program will be heard on Wednesday night in, connection uth the first lighting ot the downtown Christmas decoration. level 1D43 of prosperity not too unlike and not far below record- smashing 194R. Warnings Stir Speculation Inflation warnings have been ut- • ered by two bank presidents and other witnesses before Senator „ *•' "coijotnic Mibconi- These have stirred speculation whether Mr. Truman will again seek controls over prices, commodity trading allocation. wages, and materials The decision, if it I s n ol already made, win come In the ne.xt. month as he President prepares his animal economic message lo the new session of Congress. Persons in close touch with White House planning say a new bid for controls is unlikely and. even if one comes, would be turned 'down by Congress. * Fin?,'? X wV S V0iccrt by s ™ntor m ,., ? , Ver ' n <>nt. a Republican manufacturer and a member of the !.? : Uc : H< ;! lse Economic Commitlce is presently '•involved in a careful study of the whole price piclurc to « Determine what changes in price re called for." There has t>een no general increase in steel prices since the recent nationwide strike of a half-million CIO Uniled Stcelworkcrs. Thc strike keel"'?.7° ^ °"' a ' prea J' ev ™ xeel light now." Meantime, all hands admit that n, !?t ! n ' I °" onar y for the government to be pouring into the publics hands $5.500.000000 a ve- ' ir^'l lh °" . ll !>** -™«y fra public. .- of red I fiscal year. Ano ink tllC spending I95() - nlii n m "" for this '»e 30 come 'in Ji >nuary when the Veterans Admin istra t'°n starts handing out S2«on "00.000 in G.I. insurance . re . .. nsurance rchmrk settled when industry granted Experience shows that most vclcn.i* S100 monthly pensions, includine so- spend such windfalls quickly cial Security, and a five-cent hourly social insurance program finunccd jointly by company and employe. Illinois Congressman Dies Suddenly at 63 CHICAGO. Dec. 5 _f,V,- Rep. Martin Gorski, 63. staunch supporter of Democratic Party policy measures and labor-approved legislation, died unexpectedly yesterday. He .was stricken, apparently with a heart ailment, at the home of his sister. Gorski. a bachelor, had represented Illinois- Fifth District m Chicago since 1942 The parade scheduled for Friday vill complete the pre-Christmas activities planned in collection with he project. Uy noon today 13 floats bad been entered in the competition, and it was indicated that at least five others would seek the n.or fll u !iri20 ' ° r a palt ° J the 13 Floats Entered for I'arailc Those cntere Alpha chapt Nu Soft Coal Miners Return on 3-Day Week Schedule End of Brief Strike To Mean Christmas Funds for Workers PITTSBURGH. Dec. 5. M>/_Tile nation's soft coal minps were back ii business today after one of the histor"' sllik « i« the Industry's The .180.000 United Mine Workers — already hardhit finnnciajly bv three previous law walkouts _ '"'"'"I'tly l«*>»i to (111 the mines at 2:01 a.m. (Eastern standard Time) under a new three-day week schedule ordered by their union chief John L. Lewis ' TWELVE PAGES The bit- 7'a.m. shifts reported In , " — ~».**,.i iu-ijui tt'ti in s rengtl, i,, Western Pcm.sylvaiih.-s rich bituminous regions. There were no reports of a C on- st'rikc " q ' lnst ^' eck>s overnight In the nine days before Christmas each can e:m. about $139.50 That's 1Cir avera80 <tliil >' wa That, wilh some back pay they have coming i or work done before Jfwt H-eeit. means they'll enjoy Christmas. Even if .some diggers are broke or short of money, company stores guarantee they can buy food •ind toys lor Christmas. Waul 5-Day Week Though Hie miners are happy over prospects of working, most of them are anxious to get on a five-day week, it's almost certain Lewis won't order such a week until he has finally reached a contract with industry. And top operators show no indication of giving in. Top oporalors haven't bud"ed since Lewis' contract ran out last June 30. They maintain they cnn't afford to increase wages. And they want Lewis to tighten up (he welfare and pension fund which lias been financed entirely by Ihe 20- cent-a-ton royalties Ihe operators pay for all coal mined. The only report of a break in the stalemate has come from a small group of small Kentucky operators They arc truck mine operators who employ only about 800 digpers. It is reported the Kmtl.ckians are considering signing a contrac Pour Negro children, the oldest eight, were fatally burned Saturday night when fire destroyed a tenant . house on the farm near Yarbro operated by William Wyat. The fire apparently started from an overheated stove while thc children were asleep. The fire was discovered about 10:30 p.m. and the , " --o t. " vw..n<n,u parents of the children Ch'irllu ' with Lewis this week. If they do, and Georgia Mae Walker, wllli'oiw they 11 go on a five-day week. The of their seven "children were in truck operators insist they-.htve to Blylhovlllc f f thc I'lmei work a full week to break even. j Two of the older children were Other mine owners reported the able to escape from the blirnin- contract being considered by the .... Kentucky group calls for a OS-cent -red include the Alpha daily pay beast, bringing the dlg- •V!L, of .. Dc i n bi " mn PnJ sens' base rate to an even SIS. Ami the 20-cent royalty payments re- SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS —Courier News I'hoto lll.YTIIUVir,I,K MINISTUItS EI.KCT OITICKKS-The liev Roy 1 B-agley, pastor of the First Methodist Church, ,elft. Is the ,,e w preside.! oi the Blytheville Ministerial Alliance. Son-ing with him will be- del to right) the Rev. w. J. Filv.hugh. pastor of St. Episcopal Church as vice president, and the Rev. Lima Harrison, pastor ot Lake street Methodist Church, secretary and treasurer. Hoover to Push New Reorganization Drive WASHINGTON, Dec. Washington to push along Farm House Fire Is Fatal for Four Negro Children Die When Flames Raze Building Near Yorbro 'Chool, Lone Troop Association irl Scouts. Mississippi County irculosis Association. Hlythe- n'n JU n,' Cr Chnmber ot Commerce Lions Club and the Rotary Club In the oi>en division. Eligible tor prizes in either the open division or thc Negro division win be floats entered bv n, c Ar _ more Promised Land, R !m street and Harrison Negro Schools. Ine Santa Glaus float will be prowrled by the Chamber „}^'corn- Tile parade Is to be climaxed by the awarding of prizes and distrib,,- of 10.000 bags oi candy lo the Ircn from Sanla clans, at Hie court house lawn. 5"^'" /or tho " ct division have awards not been announced. Cash I be made for the three BI1d best M 3-* 30 3-4 I SNew York Stocks 1:30 p.m. Quotations: AT&T 147 7- Amer Tobacco .....'.'" 7-1 1- ^naconda Copper .. Beth Steel Chrysler . Coca Cola ..,'..'.'.'.'.'.. Gen Electric On Nfotors '. .'..'. Montgomery Ward " .'] N V Central Int. Harvester .. National Distillers Republic Steel Radio ".'.'.", Socony Vacuum '.'.'.'.'. Studebaker stind.ird of N j .]'' J C Penney ......... 1 lo Hurt ... , .Sl«l (J o T ™ mc en " lc sf«', "Utomobile and other in- d is tries have figured out the cost of the new pension packages won wr " labOT - a '« then decide 5C priccs ' a " rt "°w es In 1351 and I . this would not ' dec de decide cost can be absorbed. inn plnn anv or all of 'hen Ka 'l Subsidiaries WASHINGTON. Dec 5 f.P, 40 7-8 G8 5-8 5! 1-4 II 27 1-8 22 1-2 23 1-4 12 3-4 16 1-8 24 3-8 mere ihe n , tne ma >*«. ir.e Interstate Com- inssion for permission to p[ its subsidiaries into r.sco system. no I-;Q „ to bc "teorbod. opcrat- "5 i to miles of trackape In Mis iouri Arkansas and Oklahoma are- Butler County Railroad Co • Jonesboro, Lake City and Ifistern Ra road Co.; Miami Mineral Belt Railroad Co.; and St., Kcn- |nett and Southeastern Railroad Co j Frisco said the change would I simplify il,s corporate structure. Cash award In the float cornpctl- lion_include: $75. first: S50. second'•op. third: S25, fourth and fifth• first in Negro: SIS second "he Blylheville High nd uiij jje jtie only band in •ade. Postal Receipts In Eleven Months Top Total for 1948 Po.slal receipts In Blytl.tvillc dur nig November increased bv 54 per cent over the receipts of ihe same month of last year, according to Postmaster Ross Stevens. Receipts for November were SI5- 891.11 as compared with $10.3W tor November of 1918. November receipts brings the total receipts for the first ii months of 1919 to total of SI 18,936.09 which Is approximately S5.000 more than lhc grand total receipts of 1943. .Mr. Stevens. pnrtedly would be upper! to 35 cents. President Joseph E. Moody of the Southern Coal Producers Association and his board of directors nre slated to meet in Washington today to talk over the general situation. lint no new contract talks are in sight. Lewis is due lo begin negotiations in New York tomorrow with the anthracite (hard coal) industry representatives. Sicilian Volcano Ends Three-Day Eruption CATANIA, Sicily. Dec. 5. (AP) — Shepherds and farmhand. 1 ; returned to pastures and fields on the slopes of Ml. Etna today as danger from the ancient volcano's three-day eruption seemed to have passed. Lava streams which started pouring from newly-opened craters on the IO.')5S-foot peak Friday slowed to a snail's pace. The towns of Ran- diuzo. Bronte and Malrtto were threatened for a time by the lava streams but scientists suia Die eruption seemed about over. May Begins Prison Term ASHLAND. Ky., Dec. 5. (AP) — Ex-Congrct,sman Andrew J. May, complaining of his heart and protesting his innocence to the last moment, became a federal prisoner for wartime bribery and. conspiracy today. house. The bodies of four others were taken from the ruins a short time later by neighbors, -me dead are: Nora C. Walker, aged eight; Gcr- aldine. five; Dorothy Ocan, three; and John Henry, two. Funeral services for the fire victims were conducted at 1 p.m. today in Pu.xico Baptist Church, with the Cnston Funeral Home of Diytlic- i'ilie in charge. t Chicagoans Fail To Gef Reduction In Appeal Bonds The Arkansas Supreme Court today denied motions filed by three Chicago men. who were convicted of btinjliiry in Mississippi County, seeking reduction In their appeal bands which had been set at $15.000 each by Circuit Judge Zal Ii. Harrison. The three are being held in jail in O.sceola following their conviction on charges of having participated In a sate burglary In Etowah. The defendants are Martin U-inc, Harry Smith and Jnck Barg. The three men were convicted during the October term of court in psccoln. They were charged with taking the safe, which contained about S3.600 In currency, government bonds and checks from the Bob Wilmouth Store in Elowah last June. The men were sentenced to serve prison terms of seven years for burglary and 15 years for i>rand larceny. Their appeal bonds originally were set at $20.000 and later reduced by Judge Harrison to 515,000 each Hy .!ai-k Hi-ll 5. Wi—Herbert Hoover is coming back to a new drive to reorganize tlie government as - fra step toward economy. I The Hcpublica.i former presidcn will speak next Monday night before the National Itcorganiy.iitloi Conference. His theme will he one that some GOP party members arc voicing as a rally cry for the I0. r i0 Congressional campaigns _ a 1 contention that excess spending am high luxes are threatcnh." the existence of the republic. Speaking at a non-partlsun forum. Hoover is expected to stick to his main topic that widespread savings can be made by reorganization of the government. In a preview of his speech in New York last week, boirevei-, he covered a broader field. He said that the principal danger to the Re- Public lies in the attitude of m:iu> groups in the country who think they ought to he fed by the taxpayers instead of making :i livlns r themselves. Criiimniy j s Practice This Is Hie .sore of thing Scua- t."v Tuft <R-Ohio> has been talking about, in attacks of the "hand-out strife" which he says is the Truman administrali^n's aim. Guy G. Ciab- rlclson, (he .OOP national chair man, varied the phrase by calling it a "poorhonsc state." Hoover said economy in government Is a practice, not a theory. He is likely to find a difference of opinion in Washington over how much economy is piactical. Senator O'Mahoncy iD-Wyo), who agrees that wasteful siicndliif? ought to be eliminated, said It's a lot ciisier to talk about cutting the budget than lo do it. The Wyoming Senator heads the Semite-House Economic Committee He lol da reporter he thinks Hint any effort to cut outlays for such items as highway building and fi'ihting stream pollution would merely reduce the opportunities for business and "cast u wet blanket upon our economy." Srrs Only cine. Way He noted that money for national defense. International payments veterans bcnelit.s unit interest oi the public debt now accounts fo about 75 per cent uf the budget "The only siilbslantbl wa v reducing expenditures beyond what Weather Arkansus forecast: Pair, continued cool thi s afternoon. Not quite so cold In northwest and extreme north portions tonight. Tuesday partly cloxidy and warmer. Missouri fore' I-'a 1 r and warmer tonight. Tuesday, Increasing cloudiness and warmer. Low tonight, 35 easl. High Tuesday. 6065. Minimum lhi s morning—31. Maximum je.y.-erdfiv—GO. Minimum Sun. morning—33. Maximum Saturday—63. Sunset today—4.49. Sunrise tomorrow—(1:53. Precipitation -18 hours to 7 am. today—.37. Mean temperature (midway between high and low)—45.5. Normal mean December—41.9. This Dale Last Year Minimum this morning— 41. Maximum yesterday—(M. Precipitation Jan. 1 to this date the President lias alr.mptcd is by further curtailing necessary outlays lo contain to prepare for national defense anil to meet obligations arising from past wars." he .said. O-.Mahoney's cnmnilltcr will go over budget procedures with Dmlgcl Director Prank I'ate In a closed session today. H will Jiegin hearings tomorrow on business investment practices In a roiindtablc rnnferencc with members of (he Commerce: Department's Small Business Advisory Committee. PMA Head Says Support Price [Auto Crash Fatal Foes Endanger Agri Program " " MEMPHIS. Tcnn., Dec. 5-,,,-y_ ft mornlc-btiilding talk by its admin- istralor today opened the third annual national conference of the Production and Marketing Administration here. Ralp s. Trigg told same 350 stale farm leaders that the PMA faces heavy responsibilities, now and in the future. Raising 5 "dungcr signal." Tri?g said the national farm program Is one -'we are proud of." operatine for Hie good of Ihe country as well as the farmer. But some people do nol agree he said. "The old voices are being raised again In opposition to farm Price supports—in fact, lo the basic n""cip!e.s of the farm program 11- "Thcy try to alarm consumers and taxpayers." Trigg said. "Play- Ing upon the desire of some for cheap food' and cheap raw materials at thc expense of farmers iney seek to bring down a plague ipon the structure of Hie whole farm program. jlsc cries of 'reglmenla- a-orsc," he said, "when sugfreslions are advanced to mod""'P' 1 ,""'' strcn Ethcn program The PMA official said state com- miltccmcn must see that facts are clearly understood — "the aon simply cannot nfford another farm" led, f.-iim-fed depression." Assistant Secretary of Ag.icil.'tiu e Knox T. Hutchinson. hiimelf a Tennessee "dirt farmer." spoke on the .subject of farmer-conperative.s. Calling farmers "isolated individuals." he said they have little control over cither the costs of goods and se.vices bought or the prices of products sold. But as members of cooperatives, he .said, farmers have "a greater voice." Agriculture Secretary rirannan will addrew the convention tomorrow. The big event of the five-day .session is expected Wednesday. Administrator Triof, has called a special session to deal with cotlon acreage allotments. Tiigg said the commltlcemcn \vlll air Ihe allotment Issue in hopes of advancing coreclioris and improvements in the law which agriculture Secretary Br.uman last Friday set acreage quotas at 21,00,000 acres. The special session of PMA leaders from the 20 cotton producing states was called as a rwult of -Aliat Memphis cotton writer. Gerald L. Deai'lns. called "the rising cres- endo of complaints." For Negro Woman; Husband injured A Nisro woman, Willie Mae Nosers. 28. of West Ifrrmondalc. Mo., was killed instantly and her husband. K/cll Rogers, injured in an automobile ncciiU-nt about noon yeMmlay near Ifcrmondalr. Ezell Nosers is a patient In W.ills Hospital here where attendant R.iUI that he suffered st-verc rul.s nn his fare but his condition was reported as "fair" this morning. The car driven by Kn-n liters wns report"d to h.ivp rolhdrd with another driven by Tom C'>lrman, Nesro. at a himhway Inlcrfrctlon In the Temple Community. The K/rll cur was said tr> havc'lurnrd over three times. The N'rgro uonvin suffered a brokri. nei-k. Her (xidy Is in the Ca.slnn F.iiir-ial Home here pen<!ing r;om]>lct:o:i of funeral arrnngemcnts. Prober Absolves Hopkins of Blame In Atom Shipments Committee, However, Has Evidence Of Sending Bomb Materials in '43 WASHINGTON. Dec. 5. (AP)-Sonior Investigator Loins J. Kusscll saitl today the House Un-American Activities CommiUce lias evidence of three shipments of atom bomb materials lo Russia in 19-13. Ko said he had no information that, the late Hurry L. Hopkins was connected with "them in any way. Russell wns n witness before the committee on wl.aso staff lie scrv.-s. He said that former Air Force Officer Ci. Racey Jordan, who has said Hopkins wns Instrumental In .shipping atom bomb ingredients to (he Russians, will appear before the committee this afternoon. The information (m three shipments of A-liomn materials was nob new. A former member of the com- n.ltu-e, John McDowell, Pennsylvania Republican, told the Hou'i and reporters about it last year. Cotmniltco Counsel Prank Tavcn- nei- said to Russell;. "I would like to ask yon Ministers Elect Bagley President Bfythcvillc Alliance Selects Officers to Serve During 1950 The Rev. Roy I. liagley. pnstor of thc First Methodist church, was elected president oi the niythevlllc Ministerial Alliance at a meeting today at thc I.nlheran Church He will succeed Ihe Rov. Lester D Stmbhar. pastor of thc First Christian Church. The ministers elected thc Rev W •I., rcclor ot the St. Stephen's Episcopal Church to servo a; vice president: and the Rev. Lln/a IfniTlson, pnslor of thc Lake Street Methodist Church, secretary.Ircas- urer, Thc Rev. Mr. Pilzli.igh Is the retiring secretary, and Ihe Rev. p. n Jernlgaii. pastor of Iho Calvary Baptist Church, was lhc vice president. The new officers will begin their duties at the January meeting Overseas Relief Discussed The election of officers proceeded discussion of relief for other countries In connection with thu film explaining CHOP. Christian Rural Overseas Program, which was shown lhc group. The overseas relief program would provide farm commodities for shipment, lo foreign countries ex perionclng food shortages. It wa, not. determined If a unified effort to establish the program In this area would be effective Oils year, and the alliance members indicated the thc group would not act on the program until next year. ft also was announced at the meeting that ii program of Christmas Music would be presenlcd In Hie First Christian Church, daily for two weeks Immediately preceding Christmas. The Rev. Mr. Strubhar said that although it was not an alliance project, the organlsls from each of thc churches represented were being sought to cooperate in the program. Thc tentative plans call for an hour-long program to be given wllh chimes preceding and concluding thc presentation, which will probably }>e from 0 lo 1 p.m. The ministers voted this mom- ing to urge the people of Bly- Ihcville to celebrate Christmas by ittending all the church services conducted by an Individual's part- eular cb.jrch on day. In connection wllh the Christmas ieason, tenatlve plans were also for the alliance to enter a float in lhc Christmas parade being sponsored by Ihe Merchants' Division of the Ulythcville Chamber of Commerce. Strike Ballots Mailed ST. LOUIS. Dec. 5. (AP>—SIrjkfi ballots were being mailed today to local unions represent in? 50,000 workers ot Southwestern lk-1! Telephone Co. Workers icntlment was Dec. iiR obtained because of a Ian In Mar. contiact talks bc-Uvccn the May and nivi-lon 20. otO Cummui-.icn- ' ,(.ily tion.s WorkiTi- Union. I del' PMA Community Committeemen To Be Announced Results of Saturday's election of commlttoemcn for the 20 agricul- •urnl communities of the Produc- •ion and Marketing Administration vlll possibly be announced tomorrow. Floyd Crouch, senior field assistant for Mississippi County said today. Mr. Crouch said that all of the .allots distributed had not been re- urned. and that many were being nailed In to the PMA offices as Oseola and niythevlllc, r.nd that tab- .latinn could not be completed un- il all had boon received. The election wn.s for community halrmrn, vice-chairman, member, alternate members, and delegates ncl alternate delegates to the coiin- y convention, which Is to he con- lu.-tcd in Dlythcville a week from omorrow. County commitic'cmcn will be lamed at the convention. Present ounty committeemen are A. C. Spellings, chairman; H. C. Knap- >enhi-rper, vice-chairman, and Rufin iN'i'wsom, member. New York Cotton Opon High Low 1>r c. 3023 3032 3023 <r 302! 3032 3023 Ml >y 3015 3022 3015 July 2972 2931 2!)7J Oct 2824 2831 2324 — — vu llo ^ Ju( , whether In the course of your Investigation any information came to your at- cntion uint the late Harry Hopkins was involved In any way?" "To (ho l,est of my knowledge." Ii.** I saw, «,, is nanu, was never broughl „„. m , t „„„,,,„ was !,rm, K l,t „„ nn ,, i „.„„,,, r . l(h . pr hrliif his name up In executive sfsslon. McDowell luut said two high ad- mmis ration officials were connec . «! with shipments. Earlier, Jordan said In a radio ntervlew Friday n | Bht n",,,™ ^ inn , W ;' mt a R " S5ia " c °""^ called uranium and "bomb powder- were flown lo rn,., s i a m ,„,,!, undcr hurry-up instructions telephoned Jordan by u, e lnte H Hopkins Pr^i'," 3 , l T S " r| B"t-hand man £ President Hoosevelt. ,nii!' C quratl " n for f l« House committee was whether lo allow Russell ta unfold n public the information the committee has dug up. Present for Ihe meeting today were Chairman Wood (D-Oa) and Reps. Walter <D-Pa), M 01 ,Wc r (D- Mo) and Harrison (D-Va). • More than a year ago, McDowell. then a member of lhc ' committee said the group had evidence that "'° " '"""'' had been shipped to tho Russians by way of Oreat o ,,a,,s. fttollt , OIKl thc * £ Says Officials Involved McDowell said two prominent ad- j 'Us ratio,, officials were Invoival and that the names would come 0 t i,, p llMlc hMrlngs . Thc nc ™« 1 iBi. never tank place. McDowell wnj defeated In the last ejection. Jordan was slalioued at Great Palls as a liaison officer between . and Russia,, officers at th" e he .,ays atomic materials were handled through that Bui™ cases full of secret government documents, some dealing with the aomlc project, also were loaded aboard Russia-bound planes a <-'reat Falls. Jordan said. Mexicans Rap Treatment by WHson Farms Mt-ALLEN. Tex., Dcr. 5-<-r,_ Mexican Consul l.aum Y/.u-ui-re Jj>icl today he had forwarded to the Me.vicrm Foreign Office in Mexico City a complain made to nun on (.raiment, of braccros (farm workers, !„ Arkansas. lhc consul said the complain «-as made by 9 br.iceros n ,, a , n::t the Lee Wilson farrnmi; interests at Wilson. Arkansas. He jaid the wnrtci-s ci-iimrd lhc Arkansas firm did not n.rry out all provisions of a work contract YiMsurrc said he also s cnt i iin names or the nn workers | 0 th<- Mcxica consul i(t Memphis, about 00 miles from Wilson. Arkansas The consul IKTP said lhc worV- ers claimed Wihon mler.'sls owe them 20 days subsistence pay which they said wasn't paiti when they were kept from their work by bade weather. He said such pav runs about SI.75 a d:iy. The workers further compKiinrd that they v.rre not civ™ proper tran,|x>r:atlnn to the border. Yzagulrrc said Ihcy told him the trucks didn't make rest stops as called for in iheir conduct and that they were not given food. He said they also contended tiic-v should have been taken to Ramos Ari?pe in Coahuila Slnlc. 1]^t™l they were hauled to Ili- diilsjo, on the Dordrr. Appointed Senator 1:30 3029 3020 3020 j 28.10 a Pl winlc<l his one time advertising I partner. William licnton of Southport, to be United States Senator. HARTFOKU Conn.. Dec. 5 (AP) -Chivernor Chester Bo-.vl<>.; today N. O. Cotton Open . 3018 . 3013 . 301) High ty»\v 3027 3018 3028 3018 3010 3010 29YJ 2065 2S24 2816 1:30 3027 3025 3017 .1)73 2623 Soybeans Open High Low Clr>*c Bcc 235 Ki 23G 2,?4 2M?; Mar «(!'; 237''. 'J3S\ 23T1 May 231 T , 23,i M3', ?;;-, Ju 'J' :»lVi 231 : >i iJOU J3Hi

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