The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 4, 1951 · Page 5
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December 4, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 5

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Ostracized For r inniiig Case , WASHINGTON, Dec. 3, {)--A Justice Department prosecutor testified today that he was ostracized ly T. Lamar Caudle, then an Assistant Attorney General, after he won a case against two Mobile, Ala., tax evaders. John Mitchell told a House Ways and Means subcommittee that both Caudle and Rep. Frank Boykin tD- Ala) took what he considered a "highly improper" interest in his prosecution of the case. After a Federal grand jury returned indictments against the two I defendants, Mitchell said, he never Lsaw Caudle again. At that time, ·kbout the middle of last year, "Caudle was in charge of all tax fraud prosecutions for the Justice Department. Caudle refused to see'him, Mitchell testified, and "I just sat around," with no work to do. Mitchell said he was told later by a division section chief "that sf I asked for more work I was to be told there was a memorandum saying that I was to get none, and if I asked why, I was to be told I was A'orking on the Bipps-Mitchell case." Got Jail Terms Joseph Mitchell (no relation to the prosecutor) and Samuel Ripps were the two principal figures in the tax case, which involved: about $400,000. Joseph Mitchell and Ripps eventually pleaded guilty and were sentenced to jail terms. Returning to Washington aftet doing some preliminary work on I the case in Mobile, the prosecutor Usaid, he told Caudle that stories Pwere circulating in Mobile that "the defendants had made substantial contributions to the Democratic National Committee on assurances by Boykin that prosecution would never materialize." "What did Mr. Caudle say to this?" Adrian Dewind. the subcommittee's counsel asked. "Mr. Caudle said 'I advised them not to do it, but Frank went ahead I and took the money'." L Hep. K.ean ' (R-NJ) asked who Fwas meant by "them." "I frankly don't know," Mitchell replied. The prosecutor's story was the latest development in the committee's study of how the Justice Department 'handles some tax fraud prosecutions. Caudle occupied the witness chair most of last week. He was removed as Assistant Attorney IMPERIAL BRUNSWICK 6:45 - 8:15 TUE.-WEP-. DEC. 4-5 H U M P H R E Y B O G A R T MARTA TOREN « LEE J. COBB NlOIN HOSPITAL AID H. M. BYLLESBY CO., Inc. 502 Stock Exchange Bldg. Baltimore 2, Maryland Members "Phila.-Balto. Stock Exchange Telephone MUJberry 6858-59 Send me a Prospectus describing the Company and its Shares NAME ADDRESS CITY 195Ps Dizzy Divorces: Fishhooks, Horses And * * Popsicles Lead A Parade Of Cold., Cold Love CORN KINO -- Willard C. Kirk of Jeffersonyille 0· proudly Splays the prize yeUow hybrid corn that won him the title ''1952 Corn King" at the international livestock show in Chicago. General by President Truman two weeks ago. The White House said his "outside activities" were deemed to be incompatible with his Government duties. IS MEiS 7 TAL CASE LONG BEACH, Calif. Dec. 3 (fP) ·Melvin Eugene Hewitt, 27-year- Old El Monte. Calif.. Navy veteran who was revived Oct. 4 after his heart had stopped for 15 minutes, has lost his reasoning powers. Veterans' Administration authorities said today. Dr. E. V. Edwards, manager of the hospital, said Hewitt will be transferred to a mental hospital, since it has been determined he suffered permanent damage to hi brain through lack of oxgen while his heart was stopped. Hewitt had engaged in a figh outside an El Monte tavern and suddenly slumped to the ground his friends said. Hewitt was given medical aid, then surgeons cut ini his chest cavity and started. hi heart beating. He amazed doctor by regaining consciousness afte being in a coma for a month. Even now Hewitt can walk, al though his equilibrium is not io 'good, and he eats normally and sit up in a wheel chair. He talks rati onally for short periods. BISSELL'S "GRAND RAPIDS" The gift with an all-year lift. She'll remember you everyday if you give her'a quick- c l e a n i n g "Grand Rapids" sweeper. Get yours today. In just the right price range. '7.45 THE RUG STORE 4 East Patrick St, Phone 155 /S YEARS Of BISSEU PROGRESS Administrator OF VALUABLE PERSONAL PROPERTY By virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court of Frederick County, Maryland, passed on the 3rd day of December. 1951, the undersigned Administrators will sell at public auction on the premises of the late Thomas P. Culler and Bertha K. Culler, at No. 10 Mount OHvct Boulevard, Frederick City. Maryland, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1951 AT 11:30 A. M. VALUABLE MODERN AND ANTIQUE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TO-WIT: Walnut G-leg- drop-leaf table, oval marble top walnut stand, 2 decorated hardbottom chairs, 2 brown hardbottom chairs, poplar drop-leaf table, walnut bric-a-brac shelves, small blanket chest, 4 arrow back hardbottom chairs. 2 matched walnut deep frames, miniature pitchers, cups, saucers, Staffordshire plates, overlay pieces, old china, glass covered compotes, other antique pieces. 10 pc. Sheraton walnut modern dining-room suite, 3 pc. upholstered living-room suite, 7 pc. modern bedroom suite with springs and mattresses, 2 metal twin beds with springs and mattresses, maple knee-hole desk, mahogany sectional bookcase and books, White sewing machine, bridge and table lamps, 3 indirect floor lamps, 6 card tables, Gov. Winthrop mahogany secretary- desk, upholstered living-room and bedroom chairs, straight chairs, rockers, coffee table, stands, end tables, telephone sianri and chair, oak chiffcrobe, bureau, wash stand, radio and stand, brass fireplace set, brass candleholders, electric clocks, alarm clocks, oval mantel mirror, oil heater, electric heater, 1 reed stands, floor rugs and mats, 3 pc. breakfast set, serving tray, bath scales, pictures, urns, vases, glass, china, Sterling and flat silver, 3 pc. silver service, toaster, iron, electric mixer, fine aluminum ware and cooking utensils, sets of china service. Frigidaire 9 cu. ft. with freezer unit, almost new; Westinghouse white enamel kitchen table-top stove like new, Maytag electric washer, garden tools, plow, wheelbarrow, electric brooder. 2 Step ladders, carpenter tools, lawn mower. 4 metal lawn and porch chairs, rubber hose, grindstone like new, crocks, jars, benches, fruit cupboards, many other items not listed, all well kept, clean and like new from well kept home. Other articles too numerous to list for large sale of house furnishings. 1932 Ford Coupe, good running order. TERMS OF SALE, AS PRESCRIBED BY COURT: Cash on day of sale. NOTE: The real estate will be offered for sale at later date. Watch for advertisement. RICHARD R. REMSBURG, EDWARD L. PEASE, Administrators .of Estates of Thomas P. Culler and Bertha R. Culler. EMMERT R. BOWLUS, Auctioneer H. M. ALEXANDER, Clerk HOLDEN S. FELTON, Attorney Lunch Rights Reserved Ttw News, Frederick. Md., Tuesday, T)er?mhcr 4, 1951 THIRTEEN. »y RICHARD KLEINER NEA Staff Correspondent While you're reading this, put , nice, dreamy record oil the phonograph. "Hearts and Flowers" voulct do nicely. This is a .story ibout love. Love that has none a ittle sour, perhaps, but love just he same for 1951's parade of dig/.y divorces. It takes real, deep, passionate ove to make a man sprinkle fish- looks in his wife's bed. That's what happened to Mrs. Stanley H. Langdon of Sydney, Australia. She got her divorce. So did Joseph L. DeLomete of Detroit, He told a tender story of his wife's fondness for horses. He finally told her. "It's either me or the horses." She put on her hat ind headed for the track. · A touch ins story was unfolded n a Brazil, Ind.," court by Mrs. Geneva Mae Pollom. Everything was idyllic, until her husband told the grocer riot to let her charge any more popsicles. Romance in its purest form happened to Mrs. Anno Swick of Pittsburgh. She won'a divorce because her husband wanted to tattoo her and put her in a circus. A tale of true love came from the lips of Paul Joanethis,' a restaurant operator of Miami, Fla. He filed suit for divorce saying his wife wouldn't cook for him. When he was hungry, she gently remarked, "G o to y o u r own Greasy Spoon," The wisdom of Solomon came down to the husband of Mrs. Lela Dicpcnbrock of St. Louis. When she threatened to leave him, he said there was only one f a i r way (o divide their belongings. So he took tip his saw and cut all the f u r n i t u r e in half. It's the little things that make a marriage. In Los Angeles. Mrs. Jane Neally said her husband kne\v about the little things, He mashed potatoes at her, tossed chicken pies at the ceiling and then sawed olt the handles of her croquet mallets. Tender love words caused the end of the mnm«ne of Thomas Anderson of Los Angeles. The words wore, "You fool." Not only did Mrs. Anderson utter them, but she taiifiht their parrot to say the same t h i n g . In Wisconsin, a dairy slate. Mrs. Agues W i l k i n s of Madi.son won a divorce because her husband wanted her to use oleomargarine instead of butter. The judge said that was cruel and inhuman. A marriage is based on m u t u a l understanding. That was, apparently, lacking in the union of John and Betty Dimick of Los Angeles. She bought a new t a i l - ored suit, and John dunked her in the bathtub. She was wearing the suit at the time. Money matters must be discussed f r a n k l y in a working marriage. Mrs. Sarah Daly of Jersey City asked her husband for money to ' buy groceries. He f r a n k l y shoved a 50-ccnt piece down her throat. And so they were divorced. In Paris, France, M. Claude «ot a divorce. There was just one l i t - tle thing that disturbed him about his wife. She liked to run around without any clothes on. The "better or worse" aspects to marriage ruined the wedded bliss of Mrs. Elaine L. House of Detroit. Things were toi«!h. so House obtained a loan. He told cursed her, struck h;r. throw the loan company he needed to pay for Mrs. House's funeral. Only she wasn't dead. world about their marriage. Mostly he criticized her cooking and InuKhed at their "so-called honeymoon." Ethel sued. KI;KOWSKI RENAMED COLUMBUS, O.. Dec, 3. Wl-i George i W h i t e y ) Kurowski, former third baseman for the St. Louis C a r d i n a l s , today was rcappointed manager of the Alluntown, iPa.) Cardinals.of the Class }3 Interstate League. West Virginia has neony 120 different coal seanis. Every likes a house. Detroit Gladys word to went their separate ways. And there were the romantic events that happened to Mrs. Ethel Sue Kaye of Miami. Her husband, a disc-jockey, told the once, in a while, anybody l i t t l e quiet around the But Laiighlin Hayes of overdid it, said Mrs. Hayes. 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