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March 21, 1940

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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-PAGE TEN (Aux.y COURIER NEWS Wizard Of, Odds, Officials Legal Anny, Mass of Tecli- '. nicalilies 'Belween Moo And Fraud Trini "UY WILLIS TltOUNTON' NEA Service SO IT t'arirepoiiclenl CHICAGO, March 20.—Moe A»- nenberg, the Woiitlerful Wizard of Odds, will BO to the post shortly after April 1 in Chicago federal court, weather cloudy, track fast. The United States Income (as c.ise against America's mosl glorified dlsscminaior of horse-race information in which the government 1 Is asking teck taxes plus penalties and .interest, lotalini! 55,548,384,' has been streamlined so as to reach a quicker decision than most such rases. So have tile other cases charging him with conspiring (9 run a lottery In selling horse dope, . -Federal Judge James H. Wilkcr- .son, who has been In California resting up for tl lc biggest income tax case e\'er to come to trial, will return, around April 1, to hear Prosecutor William J. Cnmpbell argue against the !W Aimcnberg pleas piled up by 50 Aimcnbcrg lawyers, aided by CO AnnenberB aiiditors. IF VOUR HORSK RUNS LAST, IS It CHANCE? : Aside from Die questions of whether Annonberg pays the government $5,500.000, and whether he uoes to'jail lor 147 years for illeynlity of his nation-wide race- tlp-and-Informaiion service, the Annenberg cases are going to settle something else of vital interest lo all horse players, ' It is the question of whether in playing the races you are- using skill In picking 'em. or whether the tiling is sheer chance, and not a very good chance at that. Prosecution is based on the idea that horse-race betting is practically a lottery, and that In disseminating race information, Aimcn- berg "did feloniously . . . carry from one stnte to another ... a list of prizes awarded by means of a certain lottery scheme offering prices dependent upon chnnce . " ALSO—CAN YOU J'rC'K A WINNER? ;Hore are the elements of chance, say the government indictments, which bear down on- your horserace'bet: 1 The conduct and physical con- (lillon-of the horse you pick, 2 The separate- conduct and Physical condition of all the other horses. 3. The separate conduct, motives, purposes, and physical and mental condition of the jockeys, owners, trainers, and others. •'4. The state of weather and (rack and tlieir effect on Hie gee-gees AMERICAN GAMBLING UKGF PAID ANNENBKRG MILLIONS .'Because mjllions arc fascinated by chance, Moe Anncnberg became one of the richest men ' in the world: He came to this country an immigrant from East Prussia at the age of seven. Starting from a rough-and-tumble beginning ns a Chicago newsboy, he fought his way up, from street circulation man to publisher with operations m Milwaukee, New York, and later Philadelphia. His big idea was the systematizing of the business of providing track information to the millions STATES ^ INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX -yx^^m^ .Hoc Amicnlieis: Tin- cuvi-ninfrnt wauls 5r,,5m,:i|8 mnn of his im-onio Judge ,1aines II. wilkursnn: Ucsls up for Aiini'iilic-rc trial. wlio devour it. He buill \\\t dozens of papers, tip-sheets, reports, everything (he horse-player needs. The system blanketed the. country. It was an Iron-gloved monopoly, Annenberg's opponents charged It, was profitable. In 1D32. for Instance, when things were lough, the government charges thiit Anneiiber" look In $810.800. though he reported only *28,2a7. Even Moe admitted having a good yeai- in 1931,; w )ien he returned a gross income of $735.805. But the government savs it should have been $2.31(i,G3.|. 1'irc Fnllinvs Vlooil FOREST Iff U.S. Cal. I UP)—If Mr. and -Mrs. Walter McParlatie were bolicvers in Greek mythology they would certainly believe the sods had conspired against thcni. First, their summer home was flooded and damaged toy an overflow of the Russian river.i Then while they were both at work doming me mud and debris, rive JVo-wciilor IV. .J. Cnniplwll: iipnsi's 53 Aimbnljerff lawyers., broke out In Hie attic and the house burned down. • Slecle-Cooter Society—Personal UoMes..s To .Missionary KoeJelv Mrs. 1'. K McCiiU'hcn was' hostess lo the regular meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society of the fi'U-lci; Methodist Church nt licr home on Walnut Ave. Monday afternoon when there were, eleven members and one new member Mrs. C. E. Fowler present, The mectiiH', was opened with prayer by Mrs. O. A. Dunivam after which Mrs. MeCutehen read tor the devotional the IGth Chapter of MiUtliciv 24-28 verses. Site later Have 1 a report, on the mission study book •'Home Land, Harvest' which was Uiken from the •ilh Chapter and slip used for her theme "Leavening the Mass." Plans were completed for thi. Easier bake sale which Is beini' held in the Michic- building acrass Irom the IJank of Steel? Saturday, Next Monday is social day and the meeting will be held in the Home of Mrs. Lucille Stephens with -lie a»J Mrs. A. J. OverlmT am! Mrs. John Frame us hostesses. Mrs. Cleorgc Kpenec will be in charge 01 the World Outlook program. * V * ' . Hostess To W.M.I!. Ladies Mrs. J, P. Patterson was- hostess to members of the Baptist Ladles Missionary Society Monday afternoon at her home when tlieie was a nice attendance. This being vlsl- liition day, the members called In several homes and at the home ol Mrs. McCants left, a basket ol fruit.. i * * l.eiris' Have P.irfy Mr, and Mrs. Tom Lewis were aosts lo a party Monday night when members ol the recently organized Tripoli clnl) club 'were guests along with Joe Russell. Cookies and iced drinks were iervccl during the playing- of the jrunos which wci'ii enjoyed until a ale hour.' • 'I'he home was beautifully decorated in spring (lowers. Nancy Itiilh llrya'n Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bryan are nniiuiiiicfng the arrival of :i 0 a-4 pound baby girl at their ionic in Center Tuesday night. The >aby lias been; named Nancy Ruth. | This is their third child, all me i girls, « " • " ' \ Har'Ka'rr-l Julia Crawford i . An 8 :> 1 pound baby girl, 1 born o Mr, and 'Mrs. Prank Crawford if Cooler Snturdn.y night, has been jiven the nnnie.or Mnrfrtret Juliii. I Mis. Umwtcra Is tiic farmer f.riss I Lucille Fowler. * • • Rev. and Mrs. If. S. Hollcy mid Mrs. Lucille Stephens have returned after a ten day visit in Nciv Orleans, La. Mrs. j. u. workman, with a I party of Iriends from CaniUiejsvilJe nave left on a ten days visit at New Orleans and other EOiulicrn points. j Ml.sse.s- Howcna Campbell and ; Louise Hcckham will arrive today LO .spend Ihc balance of the week with tlicir parents. Mr. and Airs A. II. ncckhnin and Mr. and Mrs John Cnmpbell. They arc studenis ; :it Stale Teachers College In Cape i (imirclcfiii. ! Mrs. II. N. Piillinm spent Sun; day in I'lggoa. Ark., where she ; was a Buest in the home of Dr | and Mrs. W. 15. Turner, , Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Taylor of • Memphis spent Sunday here with I .Mr. and Mrs. Cluster Taylor and 1 daughter, Imogrnr. Mrs. Ltila Dean j who has spent Die winter ivllh [tlKim in Memphis returned to her ! Jiotne here. i Mr .and Mrs. Jack Yancey have j moved into the McCaun house near Icus Cooper's. i Mrs. K. W. McCnnn and clill- jilrcii, Mrs. Fred Vaughn and sis! tf-r, Miss Mary Pounds, were I'i.sit- jors in ISlythpvlllc Tueeday. Mrs. Tom Lewis and Mrs. Umilc Unite spent Tuesday at DonUih i mtli Mrs. Frank Wisdom and fam- I i)j - . Mr. and Mrs. James K. Staley Imvc left on n vacation which is being spent in points of Plniidn. Miss Rubyc DePriest of the New Survey community is a patient in the Walls hospital where she underwent, a tonsilcctomy. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Grccnwav have returned after several weeks spent in Hot. Springs and at New Orleans. Mrs. Grace Jones is seriously ill nt tho homo or her wti. liny ,101105, I his week. Mr. and Mrs. Newbeny Johnson , have returned from Ft. Myers Pla j where (hey have spent, the winter niid Mrs. Johnson is recovering Miom a major operation performed al the Methodist hosj)Ilii| in Mem- pins. Mr. and Mrs. D, Ben Holly ol Cnrutlieisville, John Hiddick and .son, Douglas, of Warden, and Mr and Mrs. Hayes Smith and dau»h- l l r -l!!!!!' Cl Of Slwle - S ! )CIH Sunday Helps You Overcome FALSE, TEETH Looseness'ami Worry No longer be.annoyed or feel ill at ease because of loose, wabbly false teeth. FASTEETH, an Improved alkaline (non-acid* powder sprinkled on your plates liolds them firmer .so they feel mine comfortable. Soothing and cooliiv to gums made sore by excess!IM acid month. Avoid embarrassment caused by loo.se plates. Get FAS- TEETH today at -any drug store. Adv. 0 THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1W nl Cooler a s oncsls of Mr. ami Mrs, W. N. Holly. Mis. COM Jones itn.s rettiniocl to lier home in Mannatlulcc, Ark !il- icr .spending tho winter horn with IIPI- slslcr, Mrs. A. IX Fielder and liimlly. Mi 1 , mid Mrs. It, j. Tatoum linrt as tlieir Kiicsls last week their daiiBlilcr. Mrs-. R. N . Braslm- Jr, 'irul dnuelHcr, of .Cape Qiramenu, Mv. .'mil Airs, jiaiivl and sou of KpeM Sunday in Cooler its giiesls of Mr. niul Mrs. E, W. McC.iiin ftixl clilldreti. In (lie nflcvtiooii they nil wciil lo Oycrs- iHii'B, Ti'iin., on a pleasure trip', i Mrs. Jlnlrd was before her mar- rlsige, Miss Opnl Stnllins. of Cooler. Hnats Oenli'd Slierlffs MONTCIO.MERy, Ala. <UPt—At- torney-General 'lliodias a. U-uv- son Ins ruled thnt Alabama counties cannot fnmisli their shcriffc with motovboats to apprehend criminals lhat operate by water. STO NEVILLE 2B Kxiierlnicnl Xlition Tests IVove It Ta Be B«l Moiiey Value Ut,n<m for Mississippi (.'oinuy < ' f ll '" C K "" '*'" k " alr rlr - 1 >' ear frol " ''"'"• .-lire" '""» »'« '•««!«. 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S-303 Think Of It~ I9(0 EI.EUTK1U AN ACTUAL SAVING OF 36% Sec This Refrigerator Before Buying -am. notice the large , STAINI.KSS STEEI. FKEG2EK Is ll.c .same size as t,,c iiscd ,„ a? e, K h fool box, „„, , !lc m ,, B frccrfnj unit fo.m,, „, „„, US1W1 fi ' ll,« freeze,, unit is encio™* .his year a,,,, tlie l.ov , las „,, , mpn , remcill!t SIIci ; in the hox, red •Icfroslmjr signM. and n full srf O r icc t rays . llgllt " NOTICE-FARMER'S TERMS Otir nc\v terms on rcfriircralor^ fm- r-ivmnrc. -,~~ iu- , . o-.o-.hi,,, this fa.l and oac-.hlft S?^^ Cn^n hl^'iv (o worry «i(h. Small carrying chiirge. For example: P a > mel Cos! of (i Fool General Klcctvic Rox ........ si 1 1 7= The carrying charge would |, c ............... '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ....... i j 4 Total Time 1'ricc 104 ° s ' 12 ' 07! These arc our Imns . . . yon would ow<- us, not a finance company. Or you can buy H S. r > DOHTI and S4.7I per inonlh through (he finance company. Hubbard Furniture Co. SERVING IJLYTHKVILLE FOR 21 YEARS

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