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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Democrats Plan Active Year Of Varied Investigations Mar May July Oct Deo Commodity And Stock Markets— York Cotton (12:31 «Mt«U«l) 3453 3464 3452 3461 3483 3493 3482 3491 3496 3507 3495 3505 3481 3496 3474 3496 3489 3500 3480 3495 N«w Orleans Cotton aMr May July Oct Dec 3455 3463 3455 3462 3483 3492 3483 3491 3500 3509 3488 3508 3482 3498 3480 3495 3486 3501 3482 3497 Chicago Soybeans Jan ... 287 287»i 285^ 286!', Mch ... 284Hi 284 3 4 283>i 284 May ... 2833J 284^ 283 " 283% July ... 280 280'/ 2 • 2791/, 279'/ 2 Chicago Corn 156U, 157% 1563; 157% 159 160'/, 158% 160'/ 8 Mch May Chicago Wheat Mch ... 2321J 232% 231% 232Vi May ... 228-1/, 228% 227% 228^ New York Stocks A T and T ' 175 1-4 Amer Tobacco 66 5-8 Anaconda Copper 501-2 Beth Steel 107 3-4 Chrysler 71 3-4 Coca-Cola 1143-4 Gen Electric 50 Gen Motors 99 3-8 Montgomery Ward 807-8 N Y Central 33 3-8 Int Harvester 371-4 Republic Steel 81 5-8 Radio 40 Socony Vacuum .-. 53 1-2 Stud-Pak 15 Standard of N J 113 1-2 - Texas Corp 86 3 . 4 give nor forget. Sears 77 Tllls was an ° bvious reference to u's Steel 727-8 "P ar 'y °' treason" charges the Democrats said were aimed at them during, thec ampaign. It also echoed previous complaints by Rayburn about some of the tactics • WASHINGTON (AP) — The Democrats, taking control of Congress, say they plan an active year of investigations on many different fronts. A continuing search for Communists in government and a close scrutiny of the security and power programs of the Eisenhower administration are among main ones. Sen. Russell (D-Ga). incoming chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said today he will probably revive the Preparedness subcommittee for a critical look at the armed forces' purchasing program and other activities. He said It also would be the logical one to examine the proposed 403,000-man cut in the armed forces. More Current Sen. Sparkman (D-Ala) said he thinks the Republicans spent too much time ."digging up old corpses" and Democrats "will keep their investigations more current." The Senate Rules Committee, from which Sen. Jenner (R-Ind) is about to step down as chairman, is working on a suggested new code of "fair play" rules for Investigations. In the House. Rep. Hugh Scott (R-Pa) has announced he also will propose such a code. Sen. McClellan (D-Ark) who will take over the Investigations subcommittee chairmanship from Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis). says this group will abolish "one-man hearings," which have been a subject of deep controversy He said he hopes his committee, the Senate Internal Security subcommittee and the House Un-American Activities Committee can avoid duplication in probes of communism. In the House, Rep. Walter CD- Pa) has announced no detailed DEMOCRATS (Continued from Page 1) paign that he could "neither for- ni Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, W—(USDA)—Hogs 7,500: fairly ac. tive; ISO Ib up 25-50 higher; lighter weights strong to 25 higher; sows mostly 25 higher; choice 160-220 Ib 18.00-60: mostly 18.25-50; 220-240 Ib 17.50-18.25; 240-270 Ib 16.50-17.75; 270-310 Ib 16.00-75< 130-150 Ib 17.2518.00; sows «0 Ib down 5.25-15; heavier sows 13.50-15.00; boars 10.50-13.00. Cuttle 2.500; calves 500; little done on steers; heifers and mixed yearlings about steady; cows steady and .active; utility and com mercial 10.50-12.50: canners and cutters 8.00-10.50; bulls 50 higher: utility and commercial 13.00-14.50; canners and cutters 9.50-12.50; vealers and calves steady; good and choice vealers 22.00-30.00; commercial and low good 15.00-21.00. CRIME (Continued from Page 1} jail at Osceola for questioning concerning the theft of a cocker spaniel dog from Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wheeler of Evadale. The dog, Deputy Wigley said. Is valued by Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler at S200. Medlin was arrested in Proctor yesterday. Countly police here today were investigating burglaries at two Blv(.heville business firms last night. Deputy Sheriff Charley Short said Eddie's Liquor Store and Billiard Parlor on East Main Street were entered last night with approximately $50 reported taAen from a cash box and a pin ball machine. Entrance to the firm was gained through a skylight, Deputy Short said. Burglnrs» also entered Joe Atkins Machine Shop on South Highway 61 but nothing was reported taken. However, he stated, the nandle of the firm's safe was broken ofl but the intruders did not gain entrance to Che safe. Entrance to the machine shop was Rained through a rear window, Deputy Short said. II is estimated that electric wiring for a new house represents about five per cent of the total cost. employed by Vice President Nixon and others. Nixon will be presiding over a Senate going back, after two years of GOP rule, to Democratic control by the margin of one vote. One Vote Majority When 14 new senators have been sworn in, the Senate's membership will Include 48 Democrats, 47 Republicans and Sen. Morse (Ind- Ore). Despite some absentees on both sides. Sen. George (D-Ga) was named majority leader by a Democratic caucus yesterday. Knowland said he assumes that as Republican leader, he will suggest to the Democrats that specific bilsl to carry out the President's program be taken up as they come along. However, the Democrats will fix their own priorities on legislation Both parties delayed assignment of members to Senate committees at least until next week, when the Democrats are expected to put Morse on at least one major group Morse, who bolted the GOP during the 1952 preisdential race, has indicated he might run for re-election in 1956 as a Democrat. Sen. Byrd tD-Va), incoming chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, said he is going along with the President against any tax cuts at this session. TAXES (Continued from Page 1) :o the new punch-card tax form for persons earning less than $5.000 which is being used for ihe first ,ime this year. "Tliis is one Federal tax return -hat can be filled in with the very minimum of trouble," Mr. Godwin stated. The new simplified forms, complete with instruction sheets, are now available at all Internal Revenue offices and can also be ob- ained at many banks and post offices. Mr, Godwin also reminded taxpayers they have been given an idditional month in which to file heir tax returns. Deadline for the iling of returns is now April 15 nstead of March 15. Ice on Baffin Island's mile-wide flfghwny Glacier has been clocked tnd is reported to have moved about 1000 feet in five years. NOTICE THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY, 124 WEST ASH STREET, BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS, 2:00 P.M. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1955. W. . SECRETARY plans for investigations pending a shakeup of, the staff of the Un- American Activities Committee, of which he becomes chairman. The outgoing chairman, Rep. Velde (R - Ill), reportedly has turned down resignations offered by two staff members; Robert L. Kunzig, chief committee counsel, and Raphael I. NiXon, research director. Neither they nor Velde could be immediately reached for comment. Staff Cuts Promittd Walter said in an interview that if Kunzig and Nixon don't submit their resignations to him, "I'll ask for them." He promised cuts in the committee's 47-man staff. One subject certain to undergo investigation is the Dixon-Yates contract, under which the government would buy privately generated electric power to be fed Into the public-power lines of the Ten- Judiciary subcommilte to be headed by Sen. Kefauver (D-Tenn), a bitter foe of the project, has already had a preliminary look at the project. Sen. Olin D. Johnston (D-SC) has announced plans to investigate the Eisenhower administration's announcements of security risk firings. Johnston calls it "a numbers racket that misleads more than it informs." A report Monday listed 8,008 persons dropped as security risks in a period of 16 months. Of the total, 2,096 were said to have "subversive data" in their files. "I hope to show," Johnston said, "whether these figures represent a deliberate attempt to magnify also will "look into evidence that qa 'rhaati eH sriid yneotuitsiu points in the direction of partisanship" to discredit prior Democratic administrations. Red Paper Says US Forces Filled With Drug Addic Soviet Publication Claims Heavy Dope Addiction in Far East MOSCOW to—Red Star declared today the U.S. Army and Navy are filled with drug addicts—especially units stationed in the Far East. The Soviet armed forces newspaper quoted figures it claims to have taken from the U.S. newspapers Army Times and Navy Times concerning an alleged rise in narcotics addiction among members of the U.S. armed forces. "All the facU are interesting." Red Star said. "They testify to the extremely low moral level of American military men at home as well as abroad. A policy of aggression and a military psychosis is producing its results. "Narcotlcism is a natural and characteristic feature for the American army — an army of ravlshers and murderers — and it is useless for American commanders to pretend they could change the situation." Red Star quoted the American newspapers as reporting that the use of cocaine, opium and heroin has Increased among American troops stationed in Japan and Korea, "But the smell of narcotics," it added, "is felt not only in American troops stationed in foreign countries. Narcoticism Is flourishing also among military men stationed in the territory of the United States, despite statements of some representatives of the Pen tagon that soldiers and sailors, a well as officers, use narcotics only THEATRE On W. Main St. In BtythcviH* Phon* 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m., Sat., A Sun. 1:00 p.m. LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature SAVAGE THRILLS...STARK DRAMA! VIRGINIA KIM)-DUE ROBERTSON STEPHEN Mc/dUtr-mUR HliKKICUTT —AND— M.Q-M'i HILARIOUS INTiliTAINMiNII CAHr D£BORAW WALfiR Mir-na-Mn ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY and FRIDAY Double Feature M-G-M presents ; n EXCITING COLOR! 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They can easily find openly operating opium dens where there also are women and gambling. And if the soldier just crosses the border to Tl Juana, Mexico, he can find even more evils." Ladejinsky Is Hired By FOA WASHINGTON W) — The Foreign Operations Administration announced today it has hired Wolf Ladejinsky, fired as a security risk from his post as agricultural attache in the Tokyo embassy, to do a land reform job in Viet Nam. Foreign Aid Administrator Harold Stassen said in the announcement that FOA has reviewed Lade- Jlnsky's file and found him "eligible for certification for security and loyalty." He commented that ''in this very difficult matter of evaluating personnel from a security standpoint, individuals sometimes reach different conclusions even as judges of any court sometimes have dissenting opinions." The shift to FOA, which had been predicted earlier, was at least a partial solution for a problem that had ranged the Agriculture Department and the State Department in opposition to each other. Ladejinsky had security clearance from the State Department but his post was shifted to Agriculture Department control by an act of the last Congress and Secretary of Agriculture Benson, on advice of his security officer, ruled against retention of Ladejinsky in the attache position. In addition to the security finding, the Agriculture Department SNAILING ALONG -Six- year-old Michael Kane, of New York City, has a nose for nature. Getting a close look at tach other here are Mike and i his pet snail. Air Observer Field Is Open To Young Men Field of aircraft observer, which carries with It an. Air farce commission, is wide open, recruiter M/Sgt. J. W. Blaylock of Blytheville pointed out today. Enlistees in this field during January, he stated, will begin training within four months. High school graduates, between the ages of 19 and 26(4 who pass mental and physical requirements are eligible for the program, b« stated. Further information may be obtained from the sergeant In hto office over City Hall here. Faubus Lists Appointees LITTLE ROCK '.fl—Two choices] for state appointments have been! announced by Gov.-elect Orval j Faubus. I Faubus said Lt. Col. Fred Groom} of Russellville would be named State Director of Selective Service and Maj. W. C. Page of Forrest City would be Asst. Adjutant General. i RUSSIA Prayer Meetings Held Prayer meetings are being conducted every night at 922 Second Street where the Bishop M. Jones, pastor, and \Iissionary E. Jackson are conducting services. heJd that Ladejinsky Jacked technical qualifications that the department would require. {Continued from Page 2) deaths of Soviet leaders. Those denunciations of "Trotskylsts" and other public, enemies signaled an impending purge which did not come off because Sialin died in March 1953 . 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