The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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PAGE TEN Backdated Tax Returns Found In California T-Man Discloses Major Irregularities In Revenue Office SAN FRANCISCO W) — T-Mfm William Frank says backdating of tax returns Is the major irregularity he found In the San Francisco Internal Revenue Office. He was to tell congressmen more details today of his secret, four-month Investigation. Motives MslrA "Friendship . . . political favors . . . motives of that kind, not bribery." were behind the back-dating, tlie Seattle treasury agent testified yesterday at a public hearing of a House Ways and Means subcommittee headed by Rep. King ID- Calif). Today, he was to continue outlining his findings on 15 charges of irregularities made against recently ousted Collector James G Smyth and the San Francisco tax office. Doolan makes Charges The 15 charges \verc made by Deputy Tax Collector Thomas J. Doolan in a letter to Sen. Clmrles Tobey <R-NH). They became the bill of particulars in a six-month grand Jurj' probe here. Frank outlined seven of the ac cusations yesterday. HE said si were found unsubstantiated, and that the seventh accusing Smyth and others of holding up a tax fraxid case until the statute of limitations prevented prosecution, Is covered in an indictment against the deposed collector. KING GEORGE (Continued from Page 1) recovery, Klnr Joined Family Just before his daughter and heir, Princess Elizabeth and the Duke ol Edinburgh, left on 5 trip to Afrlcn Australia and New Zealand lust weekr the King Joined them In a visit to the theater. He also accompanied them to Uic airport to see them off. The,new Queen and her husband now are In Kenya, an East African co)ony. Tho King, who -was 56 last Dec. 14, was out yesterday bolh in the morning and In the afternoon at Sandrlngham. Owen Is »t Sandringham Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret are at Sandringham. They went cruising on the ti/s streams of the Norfolk Broads yesterday. The quiet family man who put royal duty above personal pleasure had endenred himself to tils millions of subjects wound the world. Th« monarch led Britain through her worst ordeal when the Island kingdom faced the victory-flushed German armies alone. His words of comfort, his prayers, Ills encouragement, helped Britons meet nnd turn back the foe's blltzkrelg. With his Prime Minister Winston Churchill. King George will be long remembered for his part (n "Britain's finest hour." Read Courier News classified Ads. SIGN FOR KEFAUVER Pretty Susie Bonflni of Bellaire, O., svears the familiar coanskin cap while collecting signatures for Sen. Estcs Kefnuver's entry in Ohio presidential primary Kcfauver (D., Tor.n.) hss adapted the coonskin cap as his campaign symbol. Had Brick in His Stomach 10 Years! A mar, calri for 10 years hi? felt like he had a brick In his siomach. due to undigested rood he always had inside of him. He was wea'k. worn-out, headachy and swollen with gas, Recently he got CKRTA-viif nnd says (he fe«lilif like B brick dlsui'- peared the second day. Tb'.s new medicine (5 helping many Blytheville sufferers. It mattes your tood digest faster and better. Taken before meals. It works with your food. Oas pains go! Inches of bloat van- Ishl Contains herbs nnd Vitamin B-l with Iron to enrich the blood arid makes nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon feel dinerent nil over. So don't go on ?utrering Gel CERTA-V1N — Kirby Bros, Drug Co. BLYTHEVILUS i*KK.> CQUKiER Commodity And Stock Markets- new York Cotton Oi>c:i Hieli Low 1 r.ln ....... 4170 4193 4184 4173 May ...... 4130 415! 41J7 4131 JUy ...... 4053 4075 4042 4051 Oct ....... 3748 3790 3748 3760 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low 1:30 Mai ....... 4173 $192 4162 4172 May ...... 412C 1152 4119 -1130 July ...... 4054 4075 4040 4050 Oct ....... 3755 3789 3755 3705 Soybeans Mcli. High 2S8!i Low 305 Vi Close 207 !i Jill 288K 28V,i 287". > 281 279 280H New York Stock* •?n Din. Quotations: ATA T AIUI.T lobacco A D,-ICONd;i Copper Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola Cm Electric ..;.. Gen Motors ... % Mont.'.'omc-rv Ward N Y Central Int Harvester J C Penney ... Republic Steel Radio Socony Vacuum Sluclebaker Standard of N J Texas Corp Scars U S Steel Sovi Pac ISO 1-2 03 1-2 .... 52 52 1-8 70 1-8 105 1-2 56 1-2 51 7-8 84 19 1-2 34 5 8 71 1-8 42 7-8 25 1-8 38 1-8 32 3-8 81 5-H 5S 1-4 65 1-8 40 1-8 63 3-4 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, ID. M')—<USDA)—HORS 10,000; 180 Ills up and .sows 25-50 lower; lighter weights 50-75 lower: most choice 180-230 Ibs 18.00-230 Ibs 18.00-25; several hundred hcncl of choice Nos. 1 nnd 2s 100-210 Ibs to shippers nml butchers 18.35; choice 230-250 Ibs to packers 17.25- lfl.00; 250-300 Ibs 16.25-17.50; J50-170 Ibs IO.OO-17.SO; 120-140 Ibs 13.75-15.50: 100-110 ll>s 12.25-13.25; sows 400 Ibs down 15.25- 1C.OO; heavier sows 13.25-15.00; stags 12.00-14,00; boars J0.00-12.5U; with a few 13.00. Cattle 2,000; calves 500; few early sales lightweight yearlings and heifers steady at 30.00-32.00; utility and commercial cows 21.00-23.50; cail- ners find cutters 16.00-21.00. TOUCH ON TIRES-Thl* picture, taken at a speed of 1/15,000 of a second, shows what happens when your auto tire, properly Inflated, strikes n brick at a speed of 40 miles per hour. It is one of a scries of photos made by engineers at Seiberling Rubber Co., Akron, O., to study ellect of. obstacles on tires at hie', speeds. New Phone Book Going to Press A new telephone directory Is about to go to press and Southwestern Bell Telephone Company said here today that persons who want to cbiinge or add to present directory listings should call or visit the telephone office. Kelso Brooks, mnnngcr of the of- Ilcc here, said a team of five Hell representatives arc in Blythcvllle to assist business firms with arranging listings In the yellow pages of the new directory. They will be In Blythevfllc until Feb. 29. 3 Killed in B-29 Crash MARC;: AIH DARE. Calif. Three men were killed and eight Injured when n B-20 bomber. sweep- Ing In fdt a landing, crushed and burned In nil alfalfa field a mile and n half short of the runway yesterday. House of Charm Gets New Interior Decorator Jack Dell, formerly of Bnssott. bos Jjccome associated with the House of Charm. South Highway 61. n* Int-erJor decorator. It was an- lounccd today by James Deal, own- r. Mr. Bell Is a graduate of parson's School of Interior Design It] New York. He hos been associated with Clolilen's nnd r.oldsmlth's In Memphis tor the past year. Anti-Communists Get New Name in Rome HOME (/!•)—Five years niter the big split In Ihe parly, the main force of the anU-OommtmlsIs have Just adopted their third mime. The group originally adopted the name "Italian Socialist Labor Party". The Initials by which the party became known here were "PSLI". The Italian pronunciation if "PSLI" was close to "Pifelli", Italian for "little peas". This was the popular name given the first group. A year ngo the PHLI and another amI-Commimlsl Socialist spllnler group, joined forces. The newly formed party was named "Socialist Party—Italian Section of Socialist Internatlonl". Now Ihe first annual congress of the party has adopted n new name — "UnUsn Socialist Democrat Party". Obituaries Ben H. Smith Fatally Stricken Ben H. Smith oi Wall*, Miss twin brother ot Mrs. W. T. Barnett of Blytheville, died suddenly of a heart attack In Memphis yesterday. Mr. Smllh visited lib sister here over the weekend and was en route to his home in Walls at the time ol his death. He was employed as store manager and bookkeeper for Sanders Plantation In Walls. In addition to Mrs. Barnett, he is survived by three sons, Jack and Tom Smith ol Memphis and Ben Harwell Smith of Germany; one (laughter Mrs. Van Rackey of Jackson. Miss.; two brothers, Arch B, Smith and J. p. smith of California; and three olher sisters. Mrs, Paul Luster of Osceola, Mrs. Tom MtGarrlty of Memphis and Mrs. M. T. Moon of Blytheville. Funeral arrangements are incomplete bill the National Funeral Home of Memphis is In charge. Rites Tomorrow For John Rine OSECOLA — Services for John Jackie nine, 66, retired Tunvll farmer, will be conducted at Sn-Ht Funeral Home Chapel here tomorrow morning by the Rev. Curlls Downs of Dell assisted by the Rev John D. Baker of Turrcll. Burial will be In Bassetl Cemetery. Mr. nine died at the home ol his afternoon, son Raymond Rine. here Tuesday norn in Tennessee Mr. Rine farmed in Mississippi County for 36 years before retiring. In addition to his son. he Is survived by his wife, Mrs, Lily Harris Rine ot Tiirrell; another son, orovcr Rine of Cincinnati, O.; one daughter. Mrs. Francis Catt of Turrell; n sister, Mrs. Dollle Hambrick of Chicago, and one granddaughter. With the Courts Circuit (Civil): Mrs. Martha Brinkley vs. Jones Home, suit for $25.000 damages said to have been suffered In an automobile accident. Circuit (Criminal): City of Blytheville vs. Jesse Parris, public drunkenness, appealed from municipal court. Common I'leas: C. Van Hayes and Home Insurance company vs. Gerald Wheeler, suit for J295.75 for damages said to have been suffered In an automobile accident. Commander Homed WASHINGTON ,<(T) — Vice Adm. Jeniuld Wright will take command of U. S. naval forces In the Eastern Atlantic later this month, the Navy announced tcday. and your share will be It always has cost millions to brinj,' you safe, visiiWe wafer yet you've pair! less for fhe delivery of water— read v to use— than you have for any commodity brought into your" homes. Now thai il's goinjf (o cost manv more millions lo keep on bringing you vvali'r, huw will it affect your pockelbook? No malli'i how this cost is met, good management will require thiil your water hill he increased to brinf in the necessary additional fluids. up any- If this increase is realistic, youi own bill mav where from 25 Ics 50 per cent. ' But wait— figure irhal Ihal comes (o in actual cash! Today, the average rate for water figures out at two cents per day per jicrson. Under I be increases which may be applied, it could go lo two and a half or three cents. II may cos! you thirteen cents an hour inslead of len to give your garden nn hour's soaking. And three baths will cost as much as four do now— roughly four cents. But place Ihesc costs against the prices you are paying for everything else, and water will conlinue to be the one great bargain. Try to gel any kiurl of delivery job done for anything approaching even the increased rates which may lie ahead. And weigh these costs against the price of a possible water failure. Even (hough the price of increased facilities may be high, your share will remain jusl a drop in the bucket of vour daili- expenditures! Blytheville Water Co. "Water Is Your Cfoapeit Commodity" I WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1953 CHESS IN EIGHT "STORIES"—Dr. Ervand G. Kogbelliuntz moves a p,«c of the $300 wood and glass chess board he designed for lhrce-dlmension.il chess. The game is played with 128 chessmen <m the '•eight-story," S^square board. Dr. Kogbetllantz w U teach his game, played m Europe for many years, at the New School I^r? ? escarch '" Ncw Yofk - T'« doctor claims it's really very simple to learn-all you need is a "Ihree-di.mensional mentality." U. S. Casualties Now 105,271 WASHINGTON l/f> ~ Announced U. S. battle casualties in Korea reached 105,271 today, an increase of 210 since last week. The Defense Department's weekly summary based on notifications to families through last Friday reported: Killed In action 16.333, an Increase of 63; wounded 78.324, an Increase of 212 and missing 12.6H - decrease of five. Holder to Address Marion C. of C. Meet Worth Holder, manager of Blytheville's Chamber of Commerce, is to speak at the Marion Chamber's annual banquet tomorrow night. He will talk on "Growing Pains." he said this morning. The speech will be a discussion of facts on building a Chamber of Commerce and n city, he said. Hedy's Marriage fails HOLLYWOOD Wi—Actress Hedy Lamarr says her 'fourth marriage, "on which I had placed such high hopes," Is a flop. Why tufrtf piln of rrnuMtlim, (cltll bago. Q«t 0-2223 lotfay—"old r«lli "[ffdliwJ," conulni "Black Snak* R , and lu »l!cir!«t4 »ellon ip**di comToH to thou- tandi, Sallirictlon, or Hut bottl* prto* M- \utrtH. oan't wilt—c*i 04223 today. TO ATOMIC POST — Eugene M. Zuckert, above, assistant Air Force secretary, has been named by President Truman to th« Atomic Energy Commission. Zuckert, former Harvard professor, will replace Sumner Pike, who resigned, as he put it, to do some "heavy loafing." LIKE GOLDEN BROWN FRIED POOP THAT'S DIGESTIBLE Watch any man "come alive' this Valentine in an Arrow "Spring Tonic" smart harmonizing shirt "tie ^£1 'handkerchief flf iVV" ' J ensemble Comes Valentine - and a fellow can use a colorful 'pickup' for his wardrobe. Especially something as good- looking as these Arrow Spring Tonics. Soft-toned shirts - blue, tan, gray, green - with a neat, narrow stripe. Teamed with harmonizing Arrow ties and handkerchiefs that add just the right note of color. Shirts have the Mitoga trade-mark which means they're tape red for trimmer fit. . . and feature famous, style-setting Arrow collars. Come in today ... let us fill your prescription for an Arrow Spring Tonic.

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