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August 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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, AuauH II, 1551 without being prottcuted, Actlvl- Non-Prosecuted Fraud Case Up number of past officials of the department have been under jcrutiny in connection the case, which is expected to' become the subject of public hearings on Capitol Hill toon. The unexplained lack of prose cution in the case ii on: of sever similar matters being studied , House Judiciary Subcommittee investigating the Justice Depsr ment. Committee sources said th- ca first reached the department- i 1944, and about a year ago wa marked "closed" without eithe civil or criminal prosecution bein initiated. At the time the case was turne over to the department, the officia in charge of the criminal divisio House Investigators Bare Situation In Justice Department Washington-fjPJ-Houje inveiti- gators are digging into a case of THERE IS,»~ WITHOUT A DOUBT THE LAZIEST MAN IN THE WOPLD.' alleged fraud that lay in the Jus- was Assistant Atty Gen. T. Lama . Caudle, who entered the depart tice Department about seven years ment under Atty. Gen. (now Su preme Court Justice) Tom Clark Caudle was fired by Presiden Truman last year from his job a chief of the department's tax di vision as 4 result of disclosure by a House committee investigat ing tax scandals. COM Not !d«ntifi*d The House committee investigators did not identify the case- other than to say it related to business form--and said only that Justice Deoartment officials were "primarily" involved. The investigating committee by Representative Cheli IHNCS OGULCNT BE "-*O«JJf CUR CWUGWTEP CONE AND Mv MUSBANO AND BA0/MTSSMC. AND our ON THE LAKE- (D-Ky), meanwhile, is preparing a n;w series of public hearings to I KEEP THINKING I HEAR A CAR TH60THER SIDeOF HCMWny NEAR TVUTT RIDGE, start next week. It will be the 3S7ne AND ME VW5 MARRIED SIX YEARS AGO TCOCW Ke«f teetk bright Chew Writley'i Spearmint Cum Chewing help* cleanse the teeth. Help* keep them natur Enjoy jhU tarty OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams ?/*·/ M4~ BE ) Ki.vIS VET BUT \ SURE WILL BE ) BY THE / TIME -JDU START-' M THIKHY YEARS AMP HE STILL HOU?S 'EM LIKE'APACRDT HANSIWS ON A PERCH J , YES. SB/ WE FOUND IT OM FftTBOL THIS MORNIN 136 HOT DOGS. ' HAMBURGERS, 2CO DOUGHNUTS. IO QALLOS OF ·j?HE SPECTKItKS CROWD AKCUkl?, '-ID THE PCICN6 WC! OF MDUUAM Tic WMLE-TOUSER SOUNM · ~r= JIHT WHIM tPUUIOTM DMNMNn uva w -rwtt oNiwtfMr,] [ME UMMD TK» CONNUNPtO MIMt X ^^..,,YOU MAN CONKtt OUT._X] HilM *U TMRI A LEAGUE BOWIJNGiTftATCH MMVDMS/ BEER BARREL TOMBSTONE Kirkheaton, England WOT SURE, HUT IT/ OH. WELL, PEELS LIKE A /Mil I'LL TAKE rr-I MUSC1 DEAR XAR. DUCK- PLEASE PAV -,'OJK BILL \1OMTHS PAGT DUE.' GOOD? TT A RECORD.' 1M ElEVMDft V1UACES Of LAKE TOMLE Sfl? Indochina EVBW HOUSE IS BUILT UPON A WOOOEN time vardof' MS..IW.HMS Wu «o Aunr OOP TM«re RKSMT, ANDCOOLA ARE OVER IN AUXXAND9CE OLD ASIA V HOW THEY'RE MINOR, EH? ffe CONS AH! THERE'S ALLEY BUT I DON'T SEE OCOLA... IAFF-A-DAY HEAD C* MONMJNMM INWrrunON Af* AMOCIME OF OR.*ONHU6 BUI; AH HMO root.T- AM I* KHPlN' IT AVMf NCVER MIND HHtlf \- ITSTM V GIVING UP "YOU* CHILD -- , IYHM»tL \m. «MU IKNn KCtflvt* "Dea't you vnt ptay aaywlMn bwidM UM committee'i first public ilnce Atty. Cen. James P. McGra cry began a ihakeup of the depart ment following the ouster of Howard McGrath, McGranery predecessor. Two former top Justice Depart ment officials are slated to appea before the committee -- form- Deputy Atty. Cen. Peyton Fon and former Asslctnt Atty Ge Herbert A. Bergion, who heade the Anti-Trust Division. Investigators say they want 1 quetsion them about their activ tiei during and after their employ ment as government attorneys. Nme. Chimg Treated For Skin Ailment San Franclsco-yp)-A skin ipe clalist said today it is "just i question of time" before Mme Chiang Kai-Shek's skin ailmen responds to treatment. Dr. Edwic L. Bruck of the University of California Medical Center examined the 54-year-old first lady of Nationalist China yetter- day. He said the inflammation 'may respond in four or five days or may take two or three weeks." Madam Chiang arrived late Saturday on a plane from Hawaii where doctors had recommended she proceed to San Francisco for reatment of the ailment, believed V-r- caused by nerves. Springdale Dr. and Mrs. Preston Brogdon and daughter of West Emm* Ave- ue spent the weekend in St. Lous, Mo. They returned home Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Barnes of Vest Huntsville Street left Sun- ay morning for Spiro, Okla., 'here they will visit Mr. Bar net' arents, the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Barnes. Their son, Mickey, has seen /isiting there tor the past ew days. The Barnes will visit ther towns in South Arkansas nd Oklahoma while no their 10- ly vacation. Guests in the home of Mr. and rtrs. Joe Byars and daughter, Joe- ean, over the ; weekend were Mr. nd Mrs. B. F. Cook of Hot prings-and two girls who were heir guests. Mrs. John Earl Stevens and aughter · of Little Rock were uests of Mrs. Stevens' mother, drs. Leslie Buchanan of Maple 5rive, over the weekend. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. '. A. Hardister Friday were Mrs. iardisters' two aunts, Mrs. Dora ain 'of Rogers, and Mrs. Delia Sprinkle of Miami, Okla. Members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce held a picnic dinner Fricfej evening at 7:30 at Dream Valley Ranch east of Rogers. Members and their families attended. The Steele Community Grange met Friday night for in open meeting and a cooperative supper. Everyone In the community wa invited and a large crowd attend ed. A program of entertainmen followed the supper. Mrs. Clar ence Claypool, publicity chairman was In charge of entertainment. Commencement exercises were held Friday night for the Brush Creek Baptist Church Vacation Bible School. The Rev. and Mrs Andrew Foster, Baptist migran missionaries, were in charge o the school, assisted by worker from the Caudfe Avenue Baptis Church in Sprlngdale. Highlights were a picnic Friday afternoon and the handwork display at the close of the service Friday night Frank Boggs, a student at the Southwwt Seminary at F o r t Worth, Texat, was guest «onf leader at the First Baptist Church in Springdale Sunday. He will remain in Springdale for the entire week and lead the singing in the tent revival that ii now in progress. The Rev. Milton Duprlest will preach. Bill Hearndon of Paris, Texat, Ii visiting here. He is ctihler for the Frisco Railroad office, reliev. ing H. C. Ramef for his vacation. Mr. Herndon will be in Springdale for the next 10 dayi. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardister and ton, Eddie, spent Sunday afternoon and had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Willis and children, Pamela and Dean, of Silosjn Spring!. Mr. and Mrs. William Misen- limer and children are guests of Mrs. Misenhlmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Arms of Highway 71 south. They are also visiting Mr. Misenhimer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Misenhimer of 'ayetteville. _ (limbs Along Hotel ledge Nine Stories Up New York-W-A 45-year-old woman, searching for her pet cat n a Manhattan hotel early today, limbed out onto a two-foot ledge line stories tip. .The woman, iden- Ified as Mrs. Jean Sellier, refused o enter a room where two policemen tried to coax her. But she edged her way along the ledge nd climed into an unoccupied torn. .. i She was taken to Bellevue Hos- ita! for observation. The cat wai found wandering a hallway of the hotel. Other [uests told police that Mrs. Sellier lad walked on the ledge earlier nd retrieved the wandering cat. On The Radio New York - (#) - Tonight: NBC - 7 Gordon MacRae Show; 30 Barlow orchestra; 8 Lavalle and of America. CBS - 5:30 Curt Massey time; 30 Godfrey's Talent Scouts; f omance. ABC - 8:30 The Lone Ranger; 7 enry J. Taylor; « Paul White- an's Teen Club. MBS - 8:30 Gabriel Heatler; T ars in the Night; 7:30 Crime )W Not Pay. TIMaM Mfcr. That Wonder Topppcr VL Sue Burnett The most practical item in your wardrobe--the short topcoat that [oes with everything you own rom sport clothes to evening wear. Trim this one with braid or velvet. Pattern No. 887! is a sew-rit« perforated pattern in slzei 10, 12, 4, 16, 18, 20. Site 12, 4W yardi of 39-inch. For thlt pattern, atnd Me tot EACH, In COINS, your name, ad- Ircu, iltei drtlrtd, and the PATTERN NUMBER to SIM BunMtt, Northwtat Arkanui Tlmo, 11M Av«. Anwrtcaj, Ntw Yotk N, N. T. Ready for you now -- Balk FASHION for '32, Fall and Win- Mr. Thli mw hiu* it (Iliad with Meat for (mart, practical trwlng dtai for a ntw itanon; gift pat- Mm acMM UttM* On took, 2k. KQRH MONDAt NKIBT 6:00 Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Tim* 6:39 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:15 Gabriel Heater 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 1:00 Bill Henry 1:05 Crime Fightera 8:30 War Front--Home Front 9:00 News 9:05 Concerto Festival 9:35 Just Music 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 10:30 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off TUESDAY MOBNTNO 5:30 Rise N Shin* 9:50 RJ.D. 1450 6:00 Rise n' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise n' Shine 7:0u Koffec Kup Kaptn 7:30 Mo'ning Newt 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns · 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Tfesught 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 News ll:JO Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Jordanaires 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jambore* 12:45 Riders of th* Purple Sagt 1:00 BASEBALL New York Giantt Vs. Chicago Cub.i 2:30 Rhythm Ranch Handt 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Plck'n Tim* 4:00 Tunf-ptck'n Ttm« 4:10 Tunt Plck'n Tim* 5:00 Merry Mailman 9:30 Songi of the B-Bar-B 3:10 Newt IVItYTHING M PAYITTIVILLI co.

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