The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1951 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 18, 1951
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PAGE SIX Grand Jury Probe into Teitelbaum Tax Shakedown Story May Be Delayed H.v If ADI 3> »* rf»« AB.I _ _ i . 11 . . KARL ». BAUMAN WASHINGTON. (/Pj—The start a grand Jury inquiry into Abraha Tellelbaum's story of an aileg attempt to shake him down f »500,000 In exchange for relief fro tax troubles appeared likely tod to b« delayed until next month. The Whit* House, meanwhil maintained secrecy on details til* "drastic action" promised I President Truman to sweep wroni doers oiit"of the VS. Governmer reportedly with Federal Judg Thomas F. Murphy of New Yor wielding the brcom. To Question<l And the House ways and Meal subcommittee whose hearings lit, ured largely In Mr. Truman's d. clslon arranged to question (, Thursday Henry Orimewald, nboi whom some mystery developed Its previous sessions. William P. Mnioney ol New Yor Grunewald's attorney, snid Grune wald may bo released somelim today from Georgetown Unlvralt Hospital here. He is under subpoen and Adrian DeWlnd, counsel to th subcommittee, said he Is due to a[ pear Thursday, "Wouldn't Elaborate" DeWind declined to elnbcrut but II was regarded that at leas the initial questioning of Grime wald would be behind closed doors The group last week wound up it. presently scheduled open sessions. GruncwaW was hospitalized whet the 1 subcommittee sought to ques tion him earlier. One thing mem bers have said they want to as: him about U a »1,300 loan whicl Charles Oliphant, recently reslgne< chief counsel of the Internal Rev enue Bureau, has listed as a deb to Grunewald. "Who Lied?" Jury Wonders The grand Jury inquiry, promisee by Attorney General McGrnth, is aimed at finding out. who lied midei oath to the subcommittee about the alleged tax shakedown. Teitelbaum B wealthy Chicago attorney, accused' Beit K. Master and Rank Nathan of offering to help him oir of tax troubles if he paid then »500,00d, Nasler, a Miami electrical engineer,'and Nathan, Pittsburgh promoter, categorically denied Teltel- baum's story. Teitelbaum said Naster and Nathan represented to hln they had contacts with a clique ot high Washington officials, nil of whom denied the existence of any auch combine, McGrath Promlim Probe Several subcommittee members 4 Die in B-29 Crash; 8 Hurt Craft Falls Short Of Airport Runway SHREVEPQBT, La. <AP> _ A four-engine B-29 bomber crashed •hort of a Barksdale Air Force Base nmway last night, killing four of the crew.'and Injuring 8 others. Capt. William Joplln, information officers at the air base, snlrt four were known dead. The extent of the other crewmen's Injuries are 'not known. The big craft apparently was try- Ing to land at Barksdale and fell •-ihort of the rumvay. It ting a 15- foot-deep hole where It fell, bounced once and then skidded 200 yards Mocking a house off its foundation and shearing power and communication lines. said U was obvious tliat someone committed perjury — lying under oath—and McGrath said he would launch an early grand Jury Investigation. The subcommittee, hcuded by Hep. King <D-Callf) hfu not yet prepared an official transcript of the hearings, Including testimony taken In secret, but it has notified tho Justice Department the transcript is being assembled. UeWInd told a reporter the transcript, would be forwarded to the department before th« first of the year. Senator Says Recall of 'Ike' Would Be 'Terrible Mistake' By JACK HELL WASHINGTON (API-Sen. Kil EOre D-w. Vn snid today he think 'I would be a "terrible mistake" fo 'ithcr political parly to ask Gnu wight D. Elsenhower to leave hi European command to run fo President. Just back from a trip to Europe Kiigore said he found an itnparen prevalence of feeling unions; (|, people of France and Italy that (he ought (o compromise with the Rus -•inns. I'rnuress llrlng; Made He snld that largely through Eis •nhoK'cr's personality and nbllir >rogrcss is being mailr lownrc meeting Western European dc- 'enscs. He snid a two-hour confcr- incc with the General nt his North Atlantic Tre/ity Organization NATO cnrtnunrtcrs convinced him Eiscn- Miner Escapes MorgueNarrowly Frozen 'Body' Goes To Hospital Instead, Calls for Ice Cream NEW KENSINGTON, Pa. (AP>_ 30-ycnr-old miner who nnllco tnrted to take to the morgue bc- ause they thought he was frozen a death Is being treated for •severe rost bite today. Michael A. Varshlne. of nearby pringdale, Pa., was unconscious 'hen an •unidentified motorist ound him lying on the floor of iiis tailed auto yesterday. Patrolman Stanley Kushncr said e was sure Varshlne was dead ami ailed the morgue. The morgue In urn notified Varshlnc's family As Varshlne was being removed to he morgue, police saw his breath orming a vnnor In the zero wenth- r. Kushner said: "At first we didn't believe It hen we saw the breath, but ns ic vapor formed In the cold air e made n quick change In plans nd headed for the hospital •• Varshlne Is reported In fair con- tion, Hospital officials reported e thnw«| out enough last night | o SK for a second helping of Ice •cam. OT1CE OF GRANTING Or MQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the cunrtment of Alcoholic Beverage ontrol has Issued a permit No 225 Leslie Crcar Dorrls to sell mid spense vinous or spirituous liquors r beverage t>t retail on the prem- es described BS: 122 East Main, ytheville. This permit issued on the 13 tiny December, 1951, and expires on ie 30 day of June, 1052. Leslie Crcar Dorris I2U8-2G howcr believes the defense goal can dis- reached. No polities were cussed, he said. Kllgore said he feels that no other general could successfully fill Elsenhower's military a/id diplomatic shoes In Europe. "It Would lie a. Mistake" "It would be a terrible mistake lor cither party to ask him to leave his command to run for President" KilRore said. "As a military man he has the complete confidence cf the Western European nations If should undertake a political role he might lost thnt confidence." Eisenhower Is being boomed by some Republicans for their party's 5'rcsidential nomination next year. Tlic General hasn't said he will run nnd has declined to choose publicly between the two parties BALTIMORE M>» — A small, shifty-eyed man with a defeated air -George Ross-sat silently behind bars trxlay, wafting for his ticket to Cleveland to face the rap for the murder he said lie committed Ross, 27, was picked up yesterday afternoon about 10 miles south of Baltimore, hitch-hiking South He was armed, but gave himself up to two county policemen without a struggle. "You got me," he calmly told ms captors. There was one bullet in his gun. follct Wert ripped Det. Sgt. John R. p ra ley and Sgt. Robert L. planneiy were Up«d on his whereabouts by Edward Duvall, lobaccp farmer who gave _ lift from suburban Brooklyn o Glen Burnie, about eight miles outh of here. Duvall recognized Ross from nibllshcc! descriptions and notilied "e police as soon a s he let Ross Wanled for Murder Ross Is wanted for the murder of patrolman porney L. Haas In a -icveland rooming house on Dec. 8. U. S. Commissioner Ernest Vol- lirt ordered Ross held In $30000 ond and continued his arraign- icnt until the arrival of federal uthorilles r r o m Ohio with a war- £oac/ escape prosecution. Slory Incoherent Ross couldn't ralje the ball FBI Agent S. S. Alden, In charge of the Baltimore office, said Ross had admitted killing Haas. AlcUn added that they had not been able to get a coherent story from the fugitive as to how he eulded hundreds of pursuers near here last wwk. Ross' presence in the Baltimore area was discovered )ast Monday night—D«c. 10—by two Howard County officers who checked a car parked at a gasoline station about 10 miles west of here that was closed for the night. Man Emptied Gun A man rolled out of the car and emptied his gun at one of the officers. Then he ran Into the blackness and escaped. About all officers said they were able to get from Ross was that he 'iad escaped into Baltimore—when, they didn't say—and spent the last two days sleeping in empty houses. But pieces of the story Indicated -he wiry ex-convict from California had dodfjd the searchers in the same general area he first was ocated, then moved Into the city after the search was dropped. 13 horizontal Honey long has been recognized for its value In infant feeding. Hoover Dam on the Colorado River is 126 feet high. ^ead Courier News Classified Ads. [t«Mt«!tH!< «<«<[{« «*«i«rtl<» I Treasured FOR ITS USEPULNJBSS! 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