The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 5, 1951 · Page 10
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

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EIGHTEEN News, Frederick, MM., Wednesday, December », 1901 Says Clique Tried $500,000 'Shakedown' WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 W--A wealthy Chicago attorney swore today that two men-^-claiming connections with fllgh Washington figures--tried to shake him down for $500,000 under threat he would have "income tax trouble" and maybe go to prison. Abraham Teltelbaum said the proposition was put to him In Miami Beach, Fla., last winter by Bert K. Naster, identified as a Hollywood. Fla., businessman, and Frank Nathan, of Pittsburgh. And, he declared, it was represented to him that a "clique in Washington" looked around the country for "soft -touches" to tap as he was being tapped. Teitelbaum's story shook the House "tax investigation, and led Chairman King ID-Calif), to order a night Session to hear Jess Larson, one'of those' 1 whose names was caaed off by .Teitelbaum as among those he was told were "in the Washington "clique," Larson, head of the General Services Administration, had asked to be heard as soon as possible. Larson, whose agency acts as the government's "housekeeper" by buying supplies, .taking care of Federal buildings, etc., took the witness chair tonight to deny emphatically he belonged to any such "clique" as was mentioned in Teitelbaum's testimony. He referred to Teitelbaum as "this alleged lawyer" and described Frank Nathan as a man who has "hung around this town four years to my knowledge selling names, selling reputations, trying to put himself in a favorable position." "It is unfortunate." he continued, "that hearsay testimony x x x has happened here late this afternoon, which, if permitted to run wild, has every opportunity to ruin the character and reputation of ev.ery public official and svery public employe in this town. "I will not allow myself to be defamed." (out as revenue commissioner last August 1 for reasons of health. His predecessor was Joseph Nunan. Caudle was assistant attorney general in charge of *t»x lYaut* prosecutions ' f o r t h e Justic Department until November 16. On thai day President Truman fired him for "outside activities' deemed incompatible with his government work. East, West Germans Invited To Debates PARIS, Dec. 4 /P--The U N. Special Political Committee decided 50 to 6 today to invite both East and West Germans to its debates over the proposed formation of a U. N. inquiry commission on all- German elections. Russian opposition suggested, however, that only the West Germans will be in a position to accept. The Soviet bloc and Israel voted against the invitation, suggested by Pakistan. Russia's Jacob A. Malik led the Soviet bloc opposition to this first action to give postwar Germany a restricted voice at the U. N. council table. He argued that the establishment of the commission would be an insult to the Germans. He said they were politically mature, can very well settle their own political problems, and don't need to send spokesmen to the U. N. The Israeli position was that the Germans should not be invited to U. N. meetings until Germany has given evidence that she has rid herself of Nazi politics. Foreign Minister Moshe Sharrett said Israel does not believe Germany is ready to reentcr the family of nations. Pakistan's resolution provided that the East and West zones of Germany and Berlin be invited to send representatives to Paris They would be permitted to make factual statements to the committee. Innocent Owners Duck Hunting Blinds Closed BALTIMORE. Dec. 4 i/Pi--Some innocent owners have had their duck hunting blinds closed for Then. U hi S voice breaking in emo- i l l e f i a l 'Citing, Harold S Kolmer. s executive secretary of the Mary- tion. Larson made this plea: "In the name of Almighty God won't you gentlemen in Congress please do something to stop this sort of thing." j The crowd in Hie hearing room broke into applause. Teitelbaum said those named to him as in the "clique" included Larson, Charles Ollphant. a "Mr, Nunati 1 ' and "another man who just resigned for the purpose of seeing who are the soft touches, or words to that effect" "And Mr. Naster mentioned the name of Theron Lamar Caudle, too." In most cases thp witness not connect the names with ficial-positions. There is a Charles Oliphant. however, who is chief counsel of the Internal Revenue Bureau, George J. Schoeneman stepped did of- land Department of Game and Inland Fish, said today. The blinds were ordered closed by Federal game agents, Koimor said. He explained the limitation on baiting w i t h i n half a mile of a Wind is a Federal regulation only. Kolmer said Federal agents have been using airplanes to spot areas where corn or wheat is strewn on the watfr to lurp ducks close to the Wirier}!. HP snicl in some nrcas whore the blinds are close together it Is not always possible to determine which owner has done the bailing The duck h u n t i n g season opened November 22 ajid closes January 5. AbuseOfPower MayLeadToIts Loss, He Says "On* of the most serious mistakes we have made administration-wise is /naking a military mnn a member of the President's Cabinet," Herschel D. Newsoni, Master of the National Grange, told Ki- wsnians Tuesday. · In Frederick to speak at the 77th annual session of the Maryland State Grange, Mr. Newsom made his visit's first speech during the service club luncheon in the Francis Scott Key Hotel. "We have no business having a military man in a top civilian position," the speaker declared after he had expressed his admiration for General Marshall as an individual ano. as on Army officer. He charged the Department of Defense with creating "frustration" for Charles E. Wilson and the Defense Production Agency by delay and confusion in mapping national defense plans. Economy Necessary Mr. Newsom expressed doubt that the nation would be geared to top defense effort in the year ahead. He said that every citizen shares in responsibility for Federal, Government and that the new tax schedule, which will touch virtually every individual, is an effective way of teaching the importance of economy in Federal spending. The Grange Master described interviews with Eric Johnston and George Meaney :n Washington on ''the freeze of parity" and declared that AFL "abuse of power may lead eventually to destruction of that power." He suggested that farmers assume leadership in the country beyond "production of food and fibre" and "show other segments of the country how government costs can be kept down." "When 154 million people pay the tax bill, they have an interet in real economy.'' Subsidy of marginal farm producers he condemned as a "control and throttle'' on lop producers. Sound agriculture can be assured only if it is based on a .sound national economy, the speaker said. Closer Relations Desirable Closer friendship between the farmer and labor is desirable and is being achieved. Mr. Newsom declared. He described changes of opinion in Waiter Reuther, especially since the labor leader visited us brother Vic in Russia and saw first hand HIP workings of an economy he had been prone to admire. Reuther, the speaker said, may be 'on the way" out of his power- ieldlnR ,spol in labor councils be- -ause of liberalization of his views in recent years. Th« philosophy of Marx and Lenin cannot survive In the same world with "democratic capitalism," Mr. Newsom said. The whole world he saw as "engaged in a civil war" saying that nations have a choice of "depending on a benevolent government' 1 or governing themselves on a basis of haid, realistic thinking. All price controls should not be abolished but they should be held in check, the speaker said. By tidy- Ing up its own house, agriculture can pioneer methods of instituting economy measures in the whole government, Mr. Newsom suggested. Glass Inducted The speaker was introduced by Edward F. Holler, Master of the Maryland State Grange. Henry R. Shoemaker, county agent, was program chairman. John R. Cheatham, Kiwanis president, presided. Walter Crowther inducted a new member, Thomas Glass, local attorney. Present were the following guests: A. B. Hamilton, Kiwanian from Prince George county; R. S. Brown, county agent of Talbot county; Mayor Donald B. Rice. Carl K. Duvall, Robert E. Clapp, Jr.', Frank Darner, Nevin S. Baker, Ross Maymon, Anthony Main, and Daniel E. Wight. In a brief business session, William Zimmerman was elected second vice-president of the club. It was announced that the annual Christmas party for members and their ladies will be held December 18. CONVICTED ROCKVILLE, Dec. 4, (VP)--Eddie Bratburd, 53, and his wife, Ruth Bratburd, 50, Silver Spring, were sentenced to six months in jail and fined $500 each today after their conviction on charges of possessing gambling paraphernalia. They were tried by separate juries in Montgomery County Circuit Court . 7,706 Get Gamblers 9 Licenses WASHINGTON. Dec. 4, M--The Government disclosed today that only 7,708 gamblers have applied for the new $50-a-year Federal tax stamp and ordered a nationwide crackdown by 2,500 special revenue agents to round up thousands of suspected dodgers. Internal Revenue Commissioner John B. Dunlap said special agents have already been organized into 117 "racket squads" throughout the country with instructions to take "vigorous action," Known or- suspected gamblers who have failed to apply for new occupational tax stamps-^-including bookies, punchboard operators, policy or "numbers" writers and other professional bet takers-will serve as targets or the coast-to- coast drive. Evasion May Be Costly "Cases of willful evasion or attempt to defeat the tax will be promptly referred to the Department of Justice with recommendations for criminal prosecution," Commissioner Dunlap said. The deadline for filing applica- tions for the tax utamp was De«. 1st. The Bureau of Internal Revenue gave the following breakdown on the 7,706 applications received so far: Granted--1,556. Still being processed--4,266. Returned for further information--1,884. Officials estimated that at least 17,750 persons are subject to the tax, but they conceded this estimate was probably conservative. Unofficial estimates ran many times higher. Commissioner Dunlap said each of the 64 Internal Revenue collectors' offices across the nation has compiled a list of gamblers. "The lists will provide the starting points for enforcement activities," he said. Under the law, passed by Congress last October, gamblers -are required not only to register for BICYCLES $ FOR $ Backed by 30 Years Bike Experience Best Value In Town All sizes Trainer Wheel Bikes BURALL'S CYCLE SHOP Rear C. C, Carty's, E. Pat. St. ("My Location Saves You Money") Essoheat Fuel Oil Kerosene MONOCACY OIL COMPANY Phone 365 Frederick, Md. 1QC9 St. Joseph IddL CALENDARS WEATH£R CHART A* Your Drug Countar BAGS WANTED MILLS , FARMERS STORES Attractive prices paid for Burlap and cotton bags. Good ones and bad. Deliver them yourself or phone 383 Frederick and we will have our ajrent call. THE FREDERICK JUNK CO. (TWO YARDS) 310 Chapel St. or East 4th Street Ext. Phone 383 LAY IT AWAY ! ! We are filled to (He rafter* with ClirKtmns toy* and Rim. Vnu'II never find a better selection Come now and hrouse around. 30c will hold any article. Save also 10% with our Having stamp*. FREDERICK 5 10 41 South Market Open Evenings HIGHEST QUALITY T E X A C O FUEL OIL ANO KEROSENE STUP-CROWTHER, INC TELEPHONE 2783 BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE FOR SALE l-room roiicrrtp block hunKalow. elr-ctric. 19 ncrcs mountain land, located opposite Tnscarora watershed property at Yellow Sprlnc-i Immediate po-iNcssltin. ^ 5-rooms. larrte sun porch, outbuildings, over 1 acre of land nca» rlty limits on Shook.stown road. .10 d»v possesvlon. 5-room dwelling, large lot of ground West Main Street. Thitrmont. Maryland. 6-room scinl-ilri.'irhi-d brick, \late roof dwclhne, electric sewer connection, rear nnd j,lrie entrance, centrally located in Frederick Completely mortem «emi-b«iiK.ilow hrick dwcllinp western section of Frederick. I m m e d i a t e po.wsslon. Small down pa incuts with monthly installments will b«y most of these properties. GILMORE R. FLAUTT HEAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE 227 North Market Street Frcdorick, Maryland Member of the Real Estate Board of Frederick ARMSTRONG'S ASPHALT TILE . . . the practical, colorful resilient flooring that can be installed above grade, on grade lev?!, and below grade with complete satisfaction. It's durable and easy to clean-Call us for free estimate in your own borne. SPECIALTY DIVISION of MMIIION HOMES, Inc. East Second St. Phone 2307 FOR THE FINEST IN RADIO AND TELEVISION Adrairal-DuMont-Zenith CONVENIENT TERMS WAYSIDE RADIO SERVICE 423 East Patrick Street Open Evenings Phone 934 SAVE TODAY START SAVING TODAY FOR YOUR 1952 CHRISTMAS BY OPENING A CHRISTMAS CLUB WITH WESTERN MARYLAND TRUST COMPANY FREDERICK, MARYLAND Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation JOIN HOSPITAL AID TODAY H V E R Y C H U R C H C A N A F F O R D Cfreat Music This Thrill to the full-bodied grandeur of Wurlitzer Organ music at your Services this Christmas. For Church, Chapel, or Sunday School, the Model M is the world's greatest organ value. We'll gladly demonstrate it. Installation for Christmas. WURLIIZER ORGAN M O D E L 1 4 ;: . as a GIFT or MEMORIAL The Wurlitzer Organ is a lifetime memorial that lives, through its majestic music, to honor the memory of dearly beloved.* * A |ji allo-viM, g l ft to t Church. School, Hospital or othrr institution. COLONIAL MUSIC SHOP 14 E. PATRICK ST. PHONE 2362 Let's GET IN The SCRAP! THE NATION NEEDS SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER, LEAD, BATTERIES If you are unable to haul it yourself, phone either of the dealers listed below and they will arrange to call for it. They will pay you cash and you will have extra Christmas money. You will be serving a call of your country to help the rearmament program. FREDERICK JUNK CO. RELIABLE JUNK CO. 383 966 COOPERATING WITH THE G OVERNMENT SCRAP DRIVE Bruce E. Cram, Pomona Grange Master Kenneth L. Metcalf, Pres. Chestnut Farms Dairy CecilK.Holter,Sr..Pres.Fred.Co.FarmBureau Geo. C. Slagle, Mgr.-Sec.Chamberi(C«imrce Jacob Goldberg. Pres. Fred. Iron Steel, Inc. Chairman Drive JOIN HOSPITAL AID TODAY Photo-Greeting an occupational tax «tamp~!t Is by no means an official license or permit to carry on gambling--but also to file monthly financial reports and pay 10 per cent of wagers to the U. S. Treasury. Many gamblers, notably bookies, are reported to have gone out of business. Others are said tp have "gone underground," carrying on busine» more furtively than ever. CLAIMS FALSE ARREST ANNAPOLIS, Dec. 4 t/P)--An Anne A r u n d e 1 County tavern owner, claiming he was illegally arrested on lottery charges, said today he is "referring action for CUT THIS OUT! This coupon entitles you to a FREE pen and pencil set or coloring boolc with any purchase from SOc up FREDERICK 5 10 41 South Market--Open Evenings damagt" against the Anne Arund ( County Police x x x to my counsel * The innkeeper, William Andre- of Odenton, also asked the Boar of County Commissioners to ir, vestigate "how much of the tax payers' funds are being wasted b. the County Police. Department" Say you saw it in The News, BICYCLES "Buy The Best" SCHWINN--All Models INDIAN LIGHTWEIGHT Gear Shift Models SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD 'TIL XMAS Blick's Cycle Shop 413 N. Market St. 1961-J -- Open 9 'Till 9 \ C. E. CL1NE SON FUNERAL iHRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE 8 East Patrick St. Phpne 355 JOIN "HOSPITAL AID, ESC." , We'll print your favorite snapshot on each card .. . bring in the negative, and select me design you want. HILTNER--ROELKE Frederick Camera Shop 206 WEST PATRICK ST. PHONE 797 COUSIN ROY Says -- / Today Join ' "Hospital Aid, Inc." '49 Chev, 5- Pass. Coupe '46 Oldsmobile 4-Door Radio, Heater Hydra- Matic '42 Stude. 4-Dr. Champ. '42 Stude. 4-Door Cond. '41 Ford 2-Door '41 Chevrolet 5-Pass. '41 Chevrolet 2-Door OTHER MAKES AND MODELS IN STOCK USED CARS FREDERICK/MD. ·apidoRy for your windows METAL VENETIAN BLINDS FLEXIBLE STEEL SLATS Baked On Enamel Won't Rust or Fed Attractive Head Design Famous Name Tapes to Matck 18 to 36--64 long The Kehne Furniture Co. ,50 South Market St. * Phone 678 JOIN "HOSPITAL AID. INC." For DEPENDABLE OIL HEAT... Mobilheat sbcoNY-vAcuuM HEATING ditii From a DEPENDABLE SOURCE! PROMPT DELIVERIES Expert Burmr Service! CALL 16 I ECONOMY OIL CO. K E L V I N A T o R ADMIRAL MAYTAG PHILCO Store Open Mon. Thru Sat., 8 A. M. - 9 P. M. WILLIAM S. H 0 for TELEVISION APPLIANCES WE SERVICE EVERY THl.\V WE SELL G S T NEW MARKET 3011 MT. AIRY 203-W-ll -- PHONES -- 10 MILES EAST, OP FREDERICK ON U. S. 40 BENDIX ZENITH DUMONT Girls' Holiday Dresses That you will love to Give and Girls will love to Wear Lots of new Kate Greenaway dressy cottons in sizes from tots to teens--lace and organdy trims, gay holiday colors, and the new peasant styles being featured this season. Authentic Pre-teen fashions for the girls who are smaller than teen, but who demand the more grown-up styles. Dressy taffetas, failles, and wools in styles so nice she'll want to wear her new Pre-teen to all her parties. At the right--one of our new holiday Chubbettes designed to whittle down the figure of the plump girl. Made of Burlington rayon taffeta with Irish-type lace. Size TVs to 141/0. Girls take a shine to CHUBBETTE's shimmery SLIM-LOOK Rayon Taffeta! 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