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   Hutchinson News Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1951, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Todays Weather Warmer THE HUTCHINSON NEWSHERALD Every Window Bon Xvery The Crew Fran tofcertt b Coming AtfeoMl 79TH YEAR 247 KANSAS MARCH 1951 SINGLE 5c 18 Year Old Draft Passes Grand Jury Into RFC Probe Findings Washington AP A federal grand Jury will open an tion Monday into possible law vio lations brought out in the senates inquiry into the reconstruction fi nance This was announced Friday by the justice department after a sen ate banking subcommittee had called the record of its hearings to the departments Tile headed by Senator Fulbright ask ed the federal investigators to ex amine the testimony at its hear ings or evidence of lax cVHsWn or other violations of fed eral The subcommittee has been air ing charges that an influence with contacts inside the White has brought pressure on the huge government lending Some directors of the corporation have bowed to the the subcommittee Senator Capehart RInd for a general investigation of gov ernment charging that the RFC probe has uncovered a scandal that makes teapot dome look like Sunday school Fulbright told reporters I have never heard so much lying in my life as has marked the sworn testimony of some Fulbright said he believes the inquiry has shown a deteriora tion of moral standards of a type that can destroy confidence in But he declined to go along with Cepcharts contention that it is a scandal worse than teapot Capehart said the senates in quiry Into political influence of reconstruction finance corporation lending has shown corruption and rottenness for which President Truman should apologize and take appropriate He said a senate banking sub committee on which he is serving had demonstrated that millions of dollars in public funds had been loaned on the basis of politicial favoritism that traces right back to the White House I believe any thinking man will agree that there is grave danger that this condition extends into ninny other departments of gov and it should be ex posed and rooted Capehart He added that it would be pattern of political influence around the RFC and not around other Whether it is the same group He Done Her Wrong The bloodcovered body of Dan ny was found at Friday South or some other I the senator dont But some one should start an investi gation to find Capeharts reference to Hie tea pot dome scandal harked back lo when there was a congres sional investigation into the secret leasing of naval oil reserves to private Teapot dome produced 10 years of investigations and trials and sent Albert a former secretary of the to School Signs To Be Functioning Today Note to Hutchinson motorists Schools will operate Saturday and school signs will function and whereas you may have learned to dash along on Saturdays youre not supposed to do so this week 1 he Weather Kansas Cloudy rising 5055 In west to 4550 Dear folks Not not good in the weather line Signed Joe the Hutchinson weather By CAA at airport Fridays high 32 at Low 16 at 7 At Barometer and falling slow Moisture weather obrnrvatlott for It bouts ending at Station 33 26 29 H Cheyenne 48 10 M 15 Dodge City 38 13 Fort Worth 53 43 U H Kansas city 39 15 Little Rock 55 Lon Angeles S8 M 79 S3 Minneapolis 20 10 New Orleans 79 6S Now York 41 32 North 8 Oklahoma City 32 27 39 23 1B H Washington 37 Wichita 31 19 blonde and curly haired and cute but they have no Their and William are In prison on bogus check The young sters 14 Peggie and two years and Rob three in his apartment at Main after his wife ran downstairs 1 shot Mary Etta was being questioned in connec tion with the death late Friday When police they found Warfields body in a sitting posi tion on the propped against a with the head flopped A gauge shotgun rested across his The Negrog khaki shirt and green lumberjack shirt were satur ated with Ambulance atten dants said the shotgun blast was through the left side of the Eddie 105 West e first room after Warfield had sounded the told undersher iff Gene Schroder he had been in the AllNations pool just be low the Warfield He said Warflcld came dashing hysterically screaming such phrases as Call the ambu lance and I shot The crowd of pool players im mediately went up the stairway to but an told them to stay Patrolman Amos Cauley arrived and took Warfield into Cauley said Warfield told rtim she had accidentally shot Cherry told Schroder he had heard no shot and had heard no other person who recalled Some of the persons who had been in the pool hall recalled hear ing a scuffle When the gun was the shell case was sheriffs found the the ejected case in a coal The room was in good order ex cept for blood splattered The jamb of a door leading off into the bedroom was covered with sprayed Jets of blood trail ed across the nearby A trail of blood drops led from the bedroom door toward the out side door a few steps away and then sofa turned abruptly near where the toward the body was Cauley said he learned Warfield had been to a show dur ing the The Warfields had been married about three Warfield moved here from Newton about eight years Warfield came here in 1943 from Warfield worked at the pool Republican Wins In Louis District Louis AP Claude Bake won a smashing victory Friday in the election for congressman from the llth Mis souri Louis Harry his Democratic conceded defeat less than two and a half hours after the polls It was a hardfought campaign in a district which had selected Democrats In seven of the last nine Bakewell himself served the district as congreeemun Ceilings For Pork Products Washington AP The govern ment Friday moved to cut soap prices and prepared to set dollara andcenls ceiling prices on pork sausage and other pork The office of price stabilization said it also expects to issua a reg ulation shortly fixing ceilings on the prices of live Meat industry officials earlier had asked the OPS for quick ac tion to control live hog They said 26 price freeze on dressed pork and pork products and lack of control over Hye hai business con fessed atomic testifies In New York federal court for the Defendants are his Ethel Ros his brother in Julius and Morton Allies Push Reds Back Tokyo massive United Nations offensive rolled forward leaving thousands of Chi nese and North Korean dead piled amid the craggy snowcapped mountain peaks of central Only on the extreme eastern end of the line were the Reds able to hold their There the North Korean second corps threw a reinforced regiment against Re public of Korea One south Korean regiment gave but troops came up and con tained the Red The Chinese threw three counter attacks against the 24th di vision on the west central front Friday night but were The battalionsize thrusts were the strongest Communist reaction yet to the Eighth army offensive on this They took plac north west of There were increasing signs of a general enemy withdrawal in the western sector as allied troops gained up to four Musician Recovers 250 Year Old Viola New York AP Twentytwo years Guiseppe Vanni lost his treasured 250yearold But he never forgot file instrument had been given to Vanni by his rather when he was a lad of 11 in Shortly after Vanni arrived in this as a the viola disappeared one night in 1929 from a theater Last the 61yearold a City Center opera noticed a viola in the hands of a player beside Vanni recog nized it as He went to After a five month during which the viola was traced through num erous including a legitimate sale to the unnamed musician who now had police determined it belonged to He got it back Federal officials said the new soap order should cut the price of soap in many stores by one cent a cake and trim perhaps two cents off package soap In the big Proctor and Gamble soap company an nounced a six percent cut in the wholesale price of household soaps and The company said its decision was made before the governments rollback announcement was pub It said the price cut will return the cost of soap to con sumers to the levels of last De In other the na tional production authority ClampAl down stiff curbs on the use of a metal re portedly used in making atomic bombs and radar Banned the use of copper in radio antennae and curb detec tors for passenger the bureau ot labor statistics reported that wholesale prices moved to a new high in the week ended March whereas a week earlier they had dropped slightly for the first time in almost five The wholesale index rose per cent in the week ended last Tues to percent of the 1926 The previous high was set in the week ended Deny Typhus Rumors US 8th Army Ko rea AP American medical and intelligence officers Friday denied rumors of typhus epidemic among Communist thej typhus is no threat to US Senate Also Provides For Training Washington AP The senate by a smashing 79 to 5 vote Friday passed a bill providing for draft of 18yearold now and universal military training It goes to the house for The overwhelming size of the vote for these bitterly debated defense proposals took even sup porters by On final passage only five Re publican senators voted no Dirk sen Jenner Langer Schoppel Kas and Welker The days big battle centered on universal which would take hold after the present emer gency and affect all hoys as they reach Opponents declared il would head the nation toward mil Supporters pictured it as a necessary method of building up and maintaining a trained defense Senator Lyndon Johnson D the bills floor de clared as he appealed for passage that approval would show A strong and ready America will rise up as a symbol of peace and justice in this The 18yearold draft issue had been settled in an earlier heated The bill lowers the present minimum of 19 years by a whole Efforts failed to have the bill stop at 18 The the armed services committee has shown a strong in clination to recommend but it has delayed action on its own legislation while the senate de The senate speci fies that the draft of 18 year olds cannot start until the draft boards have gone completely through the ranks of those eligible among the 19through25 year And in drafting boys of 18 they must start with the ones nearest Hearings indicated that few if any would be called at 18 during the next year under existing Another feature of the bil draft months to The test vote on univesal train ing came shortly after the senate had refused vote to knock out an other principal feature of the This provides for deferment of youths fitted to become doctors and other spec The legislation would replace tha selective service act due to ex pire July Other major pro visions Include A ceiling on military man power is The senate set it at For compari the defense department now aims at men on active duty by The president would retain powers to increase the service volunteers by one But only one such freeze could be Automatic deferment for boys of 18 years and six months or less who join the national guards is of young husbands in the 19through25 age group would be unless they are veterans or have dependents In addition to a Conscientious now draft could be drafted for Enlistment of foreign ers over the next five The present law limits this to in wo Unlimited enlistment of wom After national universal service system would be set Youths would be called up for four to six months of train Then they would be required to serve in the reserve and over all period of eight The pro gram would be controlled by a civiliandominated Ladybug Demand Greater Than Supply With Snow In Mountains Liberal The ladybug demand far exceeds the supply and the Hickman of mid dleman in this revolutionary new was out of merchandise almost as rapidly as it entered the The Liberal which is sup plying the greenbugdevouririg in sects to wheat growers at almost exact cost of for a 3gallon sackof got its second ship ment of 80 gallons and all have been George the only man to embark on the ladybug wholesaling shipped his entire reserve stock and a snowstorm in the collection area in the mountains has made further delivery impossible for about two The first order received Wednes day consisted of 36 gallons of the Leo Hickman said these went out to farmers in this sec tion almost The second shipment ot 80 gal lons arrived by air express Thurs An order for all the bugs Quick can deliver has been placed by the Liberal Hickman said he could have sold 500 One man from Syracuse met the plane to get his order when the bugs were unloaded at Garden Another Guy Smith of drove 200 miles to Liberal for his He pur chased six The orders to Okeene and to Syracuse are the only ones so far to go putside Seward AFTER Mor deputy prime min ister of will succeed Ernest Bevin resigning as foreign secretary because of ill Juvenile Story Flip And Dip And Oh How They Loved are Invited to read this story to their three and lour year olds tn Ueu of buying another Juvenile book thta All the fundamentals of a good juvenile story are present plui a little sex that never hurt By Glenn Rewrite of tip story Little is the story of two Flip and Dip of Dipi terrible and of Flips everlasting Flip and Dip are Dip is a duck and Flip is a girl They were bought as pels some time ago by David and ioni of and Little It wasnt long before Flip and Dip grew real fond of each In they fell in They would fo everyplace to gether and Ihey ate all their meals Priest Sues Catholic Order priest has filed suit AP A in district court here seeking to force the Knights of Columbus to restore him to full membership and insurance Edward Wea alleged that he had been un unreasonably and arbitrar ily suspended by national officers of the order for criticizing its ad ministration and social Doherty attacked John supreme and Luke supreme as powerloving individuals on a level only with Stalin of The priest said they had used trickery and deceit to acquire unlimited powers in the tion and charged they will use their evil and powerful 1 fluence to prejudice his BUBpension hear Dip would take a bite of then look at Flip and say quack in an affectionate tone of Then Flip would take a bite and she would look at Dip and say quack even more affection They just nuts about each real pair of love But one day something awful Dip disappeared Flip searched high nnd low around the barnyard for but she couldnt find She would wander around morn fully calling which in duck language means oh has my wandering Dip gone But there never was an ing Dip had really and truly disap Flip wouldnt She grew thin and her face was It was obvious she was pining away for So the Pickerings look the heartbroken Flip to a neighboring farm where shed have plenty of other ducks for com figuring that maybe her neart would mend in Dip didnt reappear and the Pic kerings decided hed been carried away some wild animals or big bad one after Dip had been missing for exactly three the Pickering boys were playing in the barn when one of them dropped a shoe behind some bales of They moved the bales to get the ahoe and they Dohertys suit said he was a member in good standing with 000 worth of life insurance paid up in the He has that in surance and other property rights at stake in the his petition As result of his the Jetition he was suspend ed without He then was no tified that John a Kan sas City member of the had een appointed commissioner to ake testimony and report on the action against The plaintiff cannot have a air and just trial within the order to protect said property because those who plaintiff criticized are the same persons vho appointed said he petition The priest alleged that he had been deprived of property rights and freedom of speech without due jrocess of Slick Spots On Highways Light rain and falling in emperatures just around the reezing mark caused traffic haz of Hutchinson Friday ards east Highway bridges were treacher us in Marion and Mc herson counties although roads were Several crashes were reported In he Halstead and Hes ton districts when motorists hit the cy spots on bridges Only fine mist and a few drops f rain fell in although hunder rumbled a couple ot times here during the The veather was clear most of the day n the extreme west and south west corner of the found the But what elm do you suppose they found They found He had fallen behind a hay bale and was wedged into a crevice so narrow that he couldnt get He had been there three whole weeks without food or But he was still He looked up at the Pickering joys and The reason he said queeck was that he was so weak that he couldnt say quack like most ducks The Pickering rushed Dip to a veterinarian and prescrib ed a soft diet and plenty of vitamin Dipjiad to be forcefed the first few times because hed forgot ten how to Then the Pickerings brought Flip home for a joyful Flip was overjoyed and rushed to greet Dip with a which meant she was glad to see that she still loved him and where in tarnation had he Dip raised his head and said He was still pretty you i Dip gained a little strength and soon he was trying to follow Flip around the barn only once he got stuck in a mud puddle while trying to follow Pickeringsgot him out of that while Flip stood quacking encouragement to Dip kept getting arid the other niflht the Pickerings peek ed in on Flip and Dip after theyd gone to There they cuddled up to gether all nice and said said All was well with Flip and They cuddled up a little closer and went to sleep And theyll probably live happily ever Dip stays out of the Queuille Back As Premier Of France Paris AP Parliament end id Frances nineday cabinet crisis Friday by confirming Hen Queil a 66yearold retired country as The vote was 359 to Queuille needed at least 311 to Queuille is a member of the radical Socialist Conservative jarty and served as premier in He was supported by members of his own which a a rightofcenter oup despite its name by the Socialists and by members of he Catholic popular Republican movement Douglas County Health Head Quits Lawrence M Douglas county health has His action was taken after the county health board tabled a rec ommendation he had made ask ing that Elizabeth public health be Bradleys Richard recently filed a alienation of affections suit against Morvin former dean of the medical The has been on full time duty with the department since The board took no action on the i Kansas Wheat Idea Approved Topeka AP A proposal to establish a Kansas wheat commis sion gained approval of the lowei branch of the state legislature The passage without is sched uled to come up for final roll call vote Tha proposal would set up commission of seven members ap pointed by the governor from nominations made by the Kansas Association of Wheat The secretary of the state board of agriculture and the dean of the Kansas State college school of agriculture would be Under the the commission would empowered to appoint an administrator and other personnel carry out campaigns of wheat education and and find new markets for the states largest Activities of the commission would be financed by a tax ot onetenth of a cent per bushel to be collected at the time the wheat is first sold by the The house adopted two amend One would fix the maxi mum salary of the wheat commis sion administrator at a year and the other would require SO percent of revenue from the wheat tax to be turned over to Kansas State college and the state agricultural experiment A bill which would allow in companies to Be defendants in actlona in which they would untimately be liable killed by the house 80 to 25 on K standing The measure had beftn introduc ed by Roland Garden and Pat both Would Plug Liquor Profits Washington AP Southern taa officials asked congress Friday for help to plug a millionayear pipeline allegedly flooding dry areas of the south with taxfree iquor from The testimony waa laid before the senate crime investigating Senator Tobey RNH promptly demanded that the liquor industry clean Chairman Kefauver DTenn said major distillers have already submitted a program for dealing with but he said it was not satisfactory in good many Kefauver said new laws are needed to cope with the JJie senators call for remedial action after officials of Tennessee and ed of bigscale bootleg operations which virtually Revenue commissioner Charles Redwine of Georgia told the lawmakers his state is losing about a year on whisky he said bootlegged form Under federal the shipment of liquor Into dry il forbid Tax commissioner Clarence Evans of Tennessee testified that wo wholesale liquor houaea in Cairo are selling thousands ot caaae of liquor for ahipment into Houthern localities that itlU have Evans named the two Cairo firms as the Southern and the and The witnesses Mid the illicit raffic ia carried on by such destine methods M trucka with alse afterdark and false end algv ntercepted Letter TOM SMITH City Clerk Dear Tom Apparently whati needed mobile registration booth to go to homes to take of new Hutch   

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