The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1951 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWi Attorney General Calls Transaction 'Unique' {Continued from Fane 1) on the alip]ai*# sate was only one of the stories the House group developed about Caudle. It has also heard stories of mink coata bought at a discount through a tax attorney and of a Caudle trip 4o Europe last summer as the guest of a wine merchant, Capping all that was the sensational story by Abraham Tcltel- baum that two men, one of them « frequent associate of Caudle at race track* and other places, tried to shake Teltelbnum down last April for $500,000 under threat he Truman Once Rapped Firm OfM'Kinney Br JACK BUM, WASHINGTON, Dec. 11. (AP) —When Frank E. McKtnncy took a quick $68,000 profit )n Empire Tractor Corp. stock his investment was in a company headed by a man President Triimnn once accused of using "methods that are anything but ethical"ln seeking World War n contracts. McKinney, the Democratic na- ttoruil chairman, Enid yesterday , he knew Frank Cohen, head of the tractor corporation, "very. very slightly" when Cohen sold him $2fl,000 worth of stock In 1027 and bought if, back within 'Urn months lor $94,000. President Truman, while a senator from Missouri, had looked Into Cohen's operations years enr- Jler and on Dec. 18, 1841 criticized him severely at a hearing of the Senate War Investigating Committee. Mr. Truman suggested that Oohen had been operating the Empire Ordnance Company, a war-born concern, on a "snoe- ntrlng" and was willing to hire anybody "who had a little Influence with the people down the street to get the job done" In getting contracts. He asked Cohen If It wasn't true "that you were desperately Jn need of orders and releases from the government and that you were willing to hire anybody or pay any sum of money to get that thing through so that you could make these plants work In' which you had Invested money that you had borrowed? 1 ' Cohen denied this, although he wld his company had been start«d "with very little money." "I am not going against you for that," Mr, Trumnn said. "I think you are to be complimented on that, but I think you used methods that are anything but ethical in getting the job done." Glencoe Hotel Spurs Yule Spirit with Drive For Gifts for Needy The Glencoe Hotel is going all out to get its guests In the Christmas mood. The hotel has placed a "gut table" In !',= lobby with a large poster asking its guests, employes or "just visitors" to rcmcml>er tlie needy children this yuletide season. The poster appeals to onlook- «rs to lay a gift for some needy child on the table. And for those who don't have time to purchase a small gift, there's a milk bottle with a .'Oil ribbon around its neck,- for cash donations. Mrs. W. E. Wade, hotel clerk. Mys that when the table becomes full of toys, she Is going to turn them over to the Kiwants-Jaycce Underprivileged C h 11 d r e'n' s Christmas Party Committee. TAX tContinued from Page 1) enue Department. The Justice Department declined prosecution in 03 cases, dropped or dismissed 30 others after they reached court, and got 48 convictions. There was a backlog of l.ioi cases nt the beginning of the period, 1,064 at the end. In 1951, 263 cases ivere turned over tor prosecution. Only u were dropped or dismissed, and prosecution was declined in only 42. Sixty- four defendants were convicted. This is an increase of 144 pti cent in the number of new cases an increase of 33 per cent in convictions; a decline of CD per cent in the number of cases dismissed ami a drop of 33 uer cent in the number which the Justice Department refused to take to court. On the firings, a bureau spokesman said the total of 103—less than half of which have been announced —includes routine ousters for ruch charges as drvmkeness, morals inefficiency, etc. which have not been brought into the current. invrsUeii- tions. There is always some .viri- lion. he added, among the bureau's 57,000 employes. SHOPPING DAYS TO CHRISTMAS AH r "" Alley OOP lo sUrt shopplnf-. D * Soiu-shins n«d Kjckinj? would have tax troubles. Friend Was Nathan The Caudle friend was Frank Nathan. Teiteluaum said Nathan and Bert K. Naster of Hollywood, fin., nsked him lor the half million doll^s and claimed close connection with a Washington "clique," Including Caudle, which they said looked lor "soft touches." All those named by Teltclbaum have mado denials. As McGrath testified before the investigators, Washington seethed with rumors that (1) President Truman was about to take some dramatic action In the situation, and (2) heads of still more top officials would roll before long. At the white House, Presidential Secretary Joseph Short was told by reporters that there was a htadllne Jn one newspaper saying that McGrath was about "through." He was asked whether McOrath, Jn fact, "Is about through." "Mr. McGrath has not resigned, If that's what you are asking about," Short replied. Only last week, McOrath said he wanted U> stay at the Justice Department "as long as It Is feasl- alo and practical for me to stay [here." Short had no co/nrncnt on a suggestion by Senator Nixon (R-C:il) that McGrath and Secretary of the Treasury Snyder should resign. 2 Conferences, Clinics Slated At Health Unit Mrs. Annabel B. Pill, county health nurse said this morning that two conferences and two clinics will be held nt the County Health Unit here this week. This afternoon, a maternity conference was scheduled with Dr. R. A. Wilson as clinician. Tomorrow afternoon, the Blythe- villc Council of Church Women will sponsor a well-baby conference at tho mill with women of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church In charge. The crippled children's clinic will be held Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Pill said and Saturday morning will be general clinic day. Friday, Mrs. Fill and Mrs. Clara Ambrose, of the North Mississippi County unit, will attend the district in-service training conference In Jonesboro. Truman Signs 'Attack' Order for Radio Control WASHINGTON, Dec. li. (AP)— President Truman has signed nn order providing for emergency controls of radio nnd television in the event of an nir attack or threat of rm attack on this country. The order states that It does not authorize the communications commission "to exercise any authority with respect to the content of station programs." School Bus Drivers' Safety Clinic Held Here A school bus drivers' safety clinic was held at the court house here this morning by Joe Hudson, supervisor of school ' .insporlution and safety for the State Department of Education. A similar meeting will be in Osccola tomorrow. The group discussed safety aspects or transporting children nnd proper driving procedure and maintenance. TUESDAY, DBCEMBgK U, CIIII.DKKN HELP IN CKKKMONY—The children who will attend a new Catholic school to be built on Ash arid Thirteenth Streets imd ft share In ground breaking ceremonies yesterday afternoon. Instructed —Courier Ketn Photo to bring along a shovel, students from the present scliool lined up on the Bite of the new building and scooped up dirt as church officials blessed 'the ground and officially started construction. State Text-books To Be Examined In Schools Here Thursday will be "textbook day" In elementary schools of the Bly- thevllle system. This Is a period lor Inspecting the state-owned textbooks In grades one through elslit. Teachers arc required to keep records of all state books, according to Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary school supervisor. Children v;ho lose or damage state-owned text-books are required to pay damages, she said. The money Is forwarded to the State Textbook Depository and credited to the Bly- tlievllle textbook budget. Failure to comply with the regulation means pupils must return all remaining stale books in their possession to the teacher in charge. Miss Turner said. She said co-0[jeration of parents and children will result In more texts and supplementary reading books being made available. Schools In which the books will ie examined nre Sudbury. Central, Lang, junior high and Yarbro, Lone Oak, Promised Land, Clear Lake and Number Nine. Negro schools In which textbooks will be examined are Promised Lnne, Clear Lake, Number Nine, Elm Street, Robinson and Harrison seventh and eighth grades. their ed, booed and banged on desks In an angry uproar. Mossadegh threatened to go outside to deliver his address, but finally yielded the /loor to opponents, telling them to talk first The premier had been slated to deliver nn ultimatum to the West to start buying Iranian oil within 10 clays, if the West did not, presumably the oil would be ottered to the Soviet bloc. In the square outside the building. Nationalist orntors earlier had whipped the crowd, to a frenzy, yelling "death, to the opposition deputies." The Nationalist followers of Mos- sadegh predominated In the crowd In Majlis Square. Some were armed with sticks. No Communists were in sight among those rushing the parliament gates, nor In more hundreds loitering in the sunlit Methodist Groups To Attend Meet Pastors and delegates of the two Methodist Churches here will Join with others In this district tor a conference to be held at Tyronza Thursday morning. From the First Methodist Church, . E. Old, P. E. Scott, John CnudlM, B. M. Regenold, J. W. Adams, R. A. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt, Harvey Morris, Jim Gossctl, Miss Sue'psment, and the Rev. and Mrs. Roy Bagley nre to attend. Lake" Street Methodist Church Is to be represented by Jlmmie Sand.'rs, O. J. Rogers, p. D. Jarrett, Bob Mc- Haffcy, Mrs. George Shanks. Mr, ami Mrs. Billy King, and the Rev. nmi Mrs. George McGhehey. RAN (Continued Irom Page 1) the clamor outside. As Mossadcgl- walked unsteadily to the rostrum, his opponents 'In the chamber jeer- Negroes Obtain $70 in TB Fund Campaign Sales A total of $70.86 was obtained through Negro Division sales of niniature .double-barred crosses lere Saturday, it was announced :clay by -the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association. The street sales were directed by A. C. Home. Rebecca Williams n charge of the Negro phase of he Christmas seal sale drive, which :he sale of crosses supplements. Harrison High School girls who assisted with the sales included Doris Michel!, Bermia Jones, Shirey Taylor, Perceltne Davis, Ocle Long, Irene Arnold, Imogene overall, Mildred Buckner, Perthalla Jones, Pearlle Wesley, T. S. Scott and James Glisper. Harrison teachers taking part in :he sales included Carrie B. White, J. M. Robinson, A. E. Lester, H. G. D. Harrison Choral Club to Present Yufetide Concert .ansdowne, Ira T. Young, iollis and E. E. Bussey. James Lawson also assisted. Shirley Lewis and Louise Ewing were drive workers In a phase of :he sales conducted by Nehimlah Temple. Harrison Club will High School's Choral present a concert of Christmas music at H p.m. Friday in the school gymnasium. 11 was announced yesterday by Oeorge Hollls. principal. Sololsl-s for the program will be Helen Wells, Hattie B. Brown and Hubert Sanders. The Choral Club will be directed by E. E. Bussey, music teacher at Harrison. Hollls said the concert will he open to the public and there will be no admission charge. ^ Paper Found Guilty WASHINGTON, Dec. 11. fAP)— The Supreme Court today decided the Loraln, Ohio, Journal violated the Sherman Anti-Trust act by refusing to accept advertising from merchants who patronized a competing radio station. „ , _ Cables lalrl In deep water are us. Read Courier News Classified Ads. I iwlly [ess than an Inch thick. Sell it . . . advertising by using classified in the COURIER! Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Nine Die in Blaze SUMMERVILLE, s. c., Dec. n. 'flV-Two mothers and seven children burned to death before dawn :otlay tn lire that destroyed their live-room frame home one n south of here. Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton Dec Mar May July Open High Low ..... «00 «10 4272 4284 4292 4239 4275 4275 4218 422o 4225 4160 1:15 N. O. Cotton Dec Mar May July Open High Low 1:15 , 4310 4310 4290 4260 4284 4292 4239 4233 4260 4272 4217 4229 42J5 4222 4160 4176 Soybeans High Jan 308',i Mnr 3<mi May 3071,4 July 306',! New York Stocks 1:15 p.m. quotations: A T and T 158 5-B Anaconda Copper Beth Steel . ... Chrysler . Coca-Cola . Gen Electric Gen Motors . .. N Y Central . .. Int Harvester . . J. C. Penney . .. Radio Socony Vacuum . Studebaker . ... Standard of N J Texas Corp. . , Sears u s Steel Sou. Pac Trusty Convict Flees State Prison 'farm CUMMINS PRISON FARM, Ark., Dec. 11. (JPi—A trusty convict, armed with a .45-cailbw automatic Pistol, (Reaped, ffrom the prison farm here last night. He was idenlifcd by state police as Earl palmer, 28, of Hughes, Ark., serving a five-year sentence from St. Francis County for armed robbery. CEASE-FIRE (Continued from P»g« I) prisoners of war on a fair »nd «fl- uitable basis and under sultabl* supervision, "2. Suitable- supervision K> Insure humane treatment of. and comfort for the sick and wounded befor* Livestock SPECIAL Parts • New Motor • New 5-speed Control • New Sew Light Carrying Ca» YEAR GIMRANTtt NATIONAL 'STOCKYARDS, Dec. 11. (/Py—(USDA)—Hogs 13,500; fairly active; 180 higher; lighter 25 higher; sows „. about steady; choice nos. 1, 2 and 3 180-220 Ibs 18.50-60; top sparingly 18.65 lor choice nos. 1 and 2 weighing 210 Ibs down; 225-240 to all Interests 18.40-50; 250-270 Ibs 17.90-18.25; 270-300 Ibs lf.W-18.00; 150-170 Ibs 17.75-18.50; 120-140 Ibs 10.25-17.25; sows 400 Ibs down 15.2516.00; heavier sows 13.25-15.00; sows 13.25-15.00; mostly 13.50 up; stags 13.00-15.00; most boars 11.5013.50. Cattle 4.000, calves 950; opening slow on steers and heifers; Tew sales about steady with high prime yearling steers 39.00; good and low choice stters and heifors 31,5033.00; utility and commercial very dull and under pressure; caimers and cutters opening steady at 17.00- 69G MAIL This Coupon Today — _ CITY SEWING CENTEK. INC. MO6IT Madison Avenue, JtaempMs, '/enn. " 1 would like a free riome demonstration of your fully guaranteed rebuill Singer Sewing Machine at no obligation to me. Name C'ly state V If R. F. D. 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