The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 21, 1952 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BkYTHEVILLE rARK.) COURIER NEWS Political Contributions Studied in Congressional Liquor Anti-Trust Probe WASHINGTON I.*V-A congressional committee reported today "there is nil inference" Hint political contributions by liquor companies hfld some connect ion wltli the "(sperms; off" of an antitrust probe of the industry in 1949. However, the committee said "the evidence (s not conclusive," dtid committee nides declined to tell reporters who drew the inference or on what it was based. The report, issued by n House Judiciary subcommittee thnt has been investigating the Justice Department, said tho political con- t ribi) tlons we re not m n ric by the companies themselves, but by individuals connected witli them, nnd: "There are indications thnt the contributions were regarded by the Individuate who made them ns necessary business expenses." The contribulions went lo both major political parties, nnd the -same inrilvirtunjs frequently unve to both parties in the .same yciir, Harrison Says Communists Are Criminals TOKYO, Tuesday f/Pj — Lt. den. WilElnm K. Harrison, top u. N. command doJegaltf nt the Korean armistice talks, today .said, "I don't believe that any man can he a thorough-going Communist without being a common criminal." He snld in an Interview thai he would Include Hie Hod truce team at Pnnmunjorn in that class, and added; "You can't deal with them like i'ou would with an honornble itinii." The Reds, he said, repeatedly came up with, "falsehoods, hnU- t ruths and Insinuations" in the Panmunjom meetings, now In indefinite recess. Harrison snid the U. N. Command Js ready to reopen the spMlons nt tiny time the Communists offer "something constructive" which recognizes "that ne would not force" any prisoners to return to communism against their will. The prisoner exchange issue has stalled the trues talks. the report said, ' Of a total of between $155.550 .inrt $165,550 controlled during l>ie four years 1018 through 1051, the report -said hetweeri $112,450 and $120.450 went to the Democrats, while the 1 Republicans received between $43,100 and $45,100. The report, one of EI scries, dealt mainly with operations of the liquor industry's "Big Four"— Jose )>I] E. Sengram nnd Sons, Inc,; Schenlcy Industries, Inc.; National Distillers Products Corp-, and Minim Wnlker-Gcoderhflm and Worts, Ud, The comtnittvc looked inlo a complaint, frnm an unascrlbecl source, tlifU ihe Justit-e ' Depart- incnt'.s Antitrust Division .in 1948 and 1949 "failed to m;iko a thorough invest [({niton to deter mine whether the four Jaryc distillers hart violnted the niuitrust hiw,s." The Antitrust Division ,sk-ff reported In 1019 that there was "n total rtbsence of evidence of conspiracy or collusion among these companies," The 1943 probe, the commit lee said, was limited to government sources niir) lo trying io detect nay concerted action by "the Big Four" lo njonopoliy.e trade. The committee snid tho division erred In discounting complaints that did not allege conspiracy and collusion. "The error of the Antitrust Division." the committee continued. "Iny m the matters which it did not bother to consider. The testimony . . . shows that distributors, by and large, « r e dependent upon the nifijor distillers for the greater part of their Income because these distillers furnish the most saleable liquor: most distributor:; tire very heavily indebted, and the major part of the indebtedness is to the major distillers, "The clist i ibutor's business and alt he may possess hnng on the continued good will of tho distiller. CIcnrly, therefore, (he distributors II not resist lor> strongly the dls- ler's wish Ihiil n less famous JepeiirJent line should not be nclled. " While individually eacli case of ntroj over local distributors may insignificant, the committee id, In (he aggre^iUe the effect ay be "as great or greater thnn i illegal combination of produc- on girxnts." The decision not lo make a full ale field probe, the committee ided, wns "not only an error In dgtnent," but i\n indication of a finite lack of enthusiasm io ex- ore the mailer fully," The commit tee concluded with suggestion that Rome, action be ken, if .possible, before Ihe nlteg- prcictice of restricting the mur- ft t outlets of Independent distillers ushps competition- PRIESTLY SURCEON-Weary and blood-soaked. Chaplain LU Kobert F BarJik of Duryea, Pa., rests for n moment after aiding in a Gve-nour operation with a medicalcompany of iho 1st Marine Division in Korea. The priest, who holds a medical degree, often assists at operations, iu addition to ministering to inc spiritual needs of soldiers. MENGEL LOEWY- DESIGNED FURNITURE AT LEMONS. Probably no one industrial desls! organization Is ns responsible for so many of the efficiencies of Hie as Raymond Loewy Associates header! bj Raymond Lorivy. on. of the pioneers of industrial dc.sigi in this country. Everything from your morning toothbrush to fhi llrtH you read hy In bed work: better, onrt looks handsomer, he muse of them. Now. here's nnolhc feather for the Loewy eaji . . . i collection of furniture . . , th most eventful moricrn ever de sicned. The Mengcl Company builds thi furniture, and It's beautiful. It \v,\ created primarily for the ne\ horns with its smaller rooms an lower ceillnzs. but you who liv, the big:, hlgh-ceillnccd variety wl find new Joy in this furniture, lot It goes n-nilngly into nny root In the house, nnrt makes wfmtcvc room it goes in function twice ? efficiently. Almost every piece this Mengel furniture serves n dou We purpose. There's a chest, to instance, that becomes a desk, dresser that reveals a vanity, a.., a night stand that makes a per feet telephone table. And If you like color, you brighten when you <^e this f'urn. lure! Cinnamon, white, sr.iphit pomegranate red, horizon blue . Imagine touches of these In yoi home! Some of the colors a rubbed dull into the grain of th wood, some give a julin surface. There are two distinctive grou] injs of this tx)e\vy-designcd fu nlture—(lie "Accent" with slencl legs of wrought Iron, and th "First Edition" lor you who 111 nil-wood, you owe It to yourse to know about modern like th See it today at Chas. S. Lemon Furniture. —ADV— TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1952 NEW MOUNT FOR CHIEF- Chicf John Sitting Hull, son of the legendary Situns Mull and one of the three rr-m.'uniri" survivors ol the Kiiitic <il ihe l.lttle Big Horn, rides nsam tnil this lime on a bicycle The <H-year- old Sioux chief left his rrccrve- tion In Sfiuth Dakniu. to apurni in mnlion niclnres. und rides an "iron steeil" while fin Hie Pura- mount mnvie Int. Demo or GOP? South Pasadena To Change Float SOUTH PASADENA W — Lust New Year's Dny tho Democrats iv.nllerl wlicn South Pasadena's flont was sighted in Pasndcrm's Rose Parade. Tlic float showed an elephant trompliiK Into the front door of (be While House nnd A donkey leaving nt the rear. Clly officials yesterday announced th.it Ihclr next'Mont will be "A Bicycle Built for Two," with n donkey and nn elephant rhlltiK tamlum. If Aitlal wins next month, the donkey will be u]i front; If Ike comes through, the elephant will be ridhijj In the front seat. <orean Veterans Leturn Today SAN FRANCISCO fiPi—Two mlli- .ry transports from the Far Enst re due here today, The Marine Serpent, originally iheduled to dock yesterday, is ringing 2.636 Army. Marine anil avy vctennis home Iroin Korea, he Gen, Nelson M. Wnlkcr Is- ar- vlng from Jnpnn with military iid civilian pnsscngevs. Both ships were delayed at .s y storms. Some types of sheep have hair and s fl ti Vr , lr ome types of goats have wool. : °< •* KOJ Boy Scout, 12, Lost in Sierra While Hunting RED BLUFF, Calif. Wi — "It seemed ns lonp ns n week nt school." Thud's how freckled Johnny Burgess, 12, (1 escribed his two days of wandering ' aimlessly/ in the High Sierra Grille .sonic 150 VtmiriteiTs searched n round the clock for him. The Whcatinnd, Cnlif.. Boy Scout —his shors worn through — was foil ml yesterday by t-.vo blood- hnuiuls nn ,!nfi<zcci S.DOO-foor Cnrtur Mountiiln. Ho was apparently nn- Vmrmed.-. He _.«4(fJ-hf> had colon nothing since becoming separated from his father, Edwnrti Burgess, while deer hunting Saturday. 1UMS TOR THE IUWS'~ that chili employees' efforts WHEN BIG DOORS ARE OPENED • Rc?nor pas unil hcjiicis have large btxi capacities and when rmum need hcAt they respond more quickly than do any other i>|ici oE heating system;. As ouiviJc tcni[icraturcs Ihicfu- aic by the hour or as doon ate opened frci^ucntly t Keznor machines come on "automatically" wilhou( 4 hnrr>'-up <all to a fireman. furtt it'hethfr the roonif bt Itrgt Or . Let us show you why Rejnor heaters con leu to initall and cost you le>i to operate. Dealer inquiries invited. Please write,-wire or telephone. MCGREGORS, INC. Memphis, Tennessee space-making furniture by £. Raymond Loewy Associates It's CORRELATED/ For Living Room.' For Bedroom. 1 For Dining Room/ And it's Economical/ It's NBrV! It's so 5MART1 You'll be amazed at Us versatility and economyl It all adds up lo Hie most exciting thing that's happened in (he furnifure world for YEARS! How did it happen? HERE'S THE STORY! The MEMGEL Company —one of the mosl far-seeing of manufacturers in the world realized Ilia! today's small new homes and apartment* created a need for a more space-making multi-purpose kind of furniture. MENGEL called in RAYMOND LOEWY —industrial designer — consulted with him on these problems- were Impressed with his genius— engaged him to design these two new groups of functional furniture. (Store Name) in [Cily Name) Is bursting with pride at the chance io bring you this new (ine of furnilure exclusively In (City Name). Come in, see It on display — you will certainly not want to miss ihii chance to judge for yourself If it is not Ihe mosl exciting new furniture you could ever wanf lo iee and own. t« WOftlB7$ lARCEST-SEUING tf*$r UNIT. HfAItRJ Step End Tafafo or Phon» Stand . . . allot hed bench uphotitorerf m pomegtaiiilo red. Vou'lt think of lori gf uses for ptete* toewy? Designer of the new Sfudebaker, Frigidaire, Trains, Airplanes, etc. The Loewy genius is everywhere. Probably no one Industrial design organization Is as responsible for so many of the etficienciei of life as Raymond Loewy Associates, headed by Raymond Loevvy, one of the pioneeis of industrca) design in this counlry. And now . . . anolher feather for ihe loewy cap ... a complelety new lype of furniture buill by ... Ihe Mengel Company. The Raymond Loewy genius really went to work in this new furnf- fure. It's multi-pufpose-PLUSI A dresier will serve as a dining room server. A chest becomes a Irving room desk; a combination bench and night-stand doubles for a telephone lable, and c day-bed lurnt Into a living room lounge. Piecei fhal allow a woman lo change the functional purpose of her furniture as Ihe occasion requires) As ihe need arises) Or just as she changes her mfnd. The "ACCENT" Group 5 pieces $QRfl°° as pictured above \J %J \J • Ntght-Toble • Pane! Bed • Bench • 59" Triple Dresser Base • 40x30 Mirror The "Accent" group ii in cinnamon and graphile —a wondeifiM charcoal grey. With ill slender black wrought iron legi, if almost to fiaal in space - giving a fee.lng of ipaclousneu to a icemi room. drawer il a drciting table vvith hinged minor and iKd- Ing Jewelry I/ay. Alia ar homt at Q living ro«m console piete. living room d*ik. Convenienlly eom- parlmsnt»d with big tli&Rg ho/. CHAS. j / Furniture

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