Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on December 17, 1962 · Page 17
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 17

Anderson, Indiana
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Monday, December 17, 1962
Page 17
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PAGt IS ANDERSON DAILY 'lULLlTIN MONDAY, DtCIMlIK 17, W2 Senators Evade On I « wii A missing included Cauaw Chairman Hoy Conrad of Jlonticcllo. Majority Loader P. Russell Bon- .truger said the senators "did not ieven mention the word IND1ANAPOUS (AP) — Reuub-'ur gross income tax." lie said a tax program to provide tire rev lican slate senators discussed IHJS- they h:ul not completed tlieir ex- sil)lc committee assignments and amination of Gov. Matthew E. procedures at a four-hour caucus Welsh's budget requests and felt a statement of state needs, listing an additional $395.5 million he sAys slwuld be spent. Republicans have been critical txtd legislation" often fttnA during the last two days o( a session. lie predicted the Republicans, wlio hold only a 25-24 edge, wil •- .......... - .......... t ax of atc sovomor for not specifying pick up_al least me Democratic eiiue lie wants. Rontragcr said no more committee assignments will be an Friday Uit stayed away from the they lacked sufficient infonnationjnounccd' until shortly before the subject of taxes. to draft a tax program. [opening of the legislature session Kight of the 2f> Republican scna-i Welsh has proposed a balanced Jan. 10. tors were absent, some of them budget of $1.2 billion for the because of bad weather. Thoso'fiS biennium but also has issuedlprevcnt passage of "most of She culture. vole and will pass their so-called "federal plan" of reapportionment. Passage of a bill requires 20 votes. Priestly Output KYOTO, Japan (AP)—Recent statistics on the Catholic population of Japan reveals thai for every There are more than 4.000 varieties of barley in the collection He told Uw caucus he hopes to of the U.S. Department of Agri- ON YOUR LIST TOYS and GAMES Decker's Have A Full Selection Of Toys For Children Of All Ages. Indoor Games And Outdoor Games. BOOK DEPARTMENT Largest Selection Of Fiction And Non-Fiction Books In Anderson. A Perfect Gift For Everyone nouneed Saturday evening it could not agree on a verdict. Zweig was accused of conspiring to help ex- 1 Mayor George Chacharis of Gary evade taxes on $220,000 in kickbacks. One hour before announcing itself hung, the panel convicted Willmar.Chulock in the conspiracy with Chacharis: Judge Roljcrt A. Grant thanked the panel and dismissed them 32 days after the trial started. • Meanwhile, the new Gary mayor, John Visclosky, began i purge of city officials who had admitted taking kickbacks along with Chacharis. Visclosky said he was awaiting more resignations. Six Lake County political figures tiad been- indicted, had pleaded innocent and had gone to trial in the alleged conspiracy. In the week preceding the trial's windup, Chacharis resigned as mayor and pleaded.guilty to tax evasion. Charges were dismissed against three associates leaving only Chulock and Zweig on trial. Sentencing for Chulock and Chacharis is set for Jan. 18. Chulock has until Jan. 2 to file motion for a new trial. He was the second political figure in the county convicted this year in a tax case. Metro Holovachka, former prosecutor, was sentenced to three years in prison and fined $10,000 following his February conviction of evading federal income taxes. He is appealing the verdict. The Justice Department said it would study the trial before deciding whether to retry Zweig or prosecute both Zweig and Chu lock on charges of evading taxe» on Zweig's income in 195558. Visclosky, who was elevatec when Chacharis resigned, refusec Saturday to name additional city workers who might be quitting their jobs. Harry Psimos, assistant city attorney, and Alfred P Torrenga, field engineer, resignec at Visclosky's demand Friday. After his promotion, Visclosky told a news conference his od ministration would be different than Chacharis'. That was one day before Visclosky and Michael Tru chan, former Gary treasurer were criticized by the State Board of Accounts for spending more than $2 million improperly when Viselosky was city con troller. Gifts for the Sports-Minded SPALDING GOLF SETS BAGS - CARTS - CLUBS - TEES - BALLS - CLUB HEADCOVERS - EVERYTHING FOR THE GOLFER • BASEBALL EQUIPMENT • BADMINTON • CROQUET • HORSESHOE SETS • BODY BUILDERS USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT AT DECKER'S LUGGAGE AND CARD TABLES SAMSONITE LUGGAGE • STREAMLITE • SILHOUETTE SAMSONITE CARD TABLES ttttl Folding TabU And 4 Matching Chain, toiy To S*t Up. GIFT DEPARTMENT . . . f BUXTON BILLFOLDS • KEY CASES JEWEL BOXES • COSTUME JEWELRY PIPE RACKS AND HUMIDORS • ALBUMS, SCRAPBOOKS • CIGARETTE LIGHTERS • PARKER, SHEAFFER, ESTERBROOK PENS and PENCILS LUCIEN LE LONG PERFUMES For The Women MISC. OFFICE EQUIPMENT • DESK CALENDARS • PEN AND PENCIL DESK SETS COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE' FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT DECKER'S FREE DELIVERY TWICE DAILY I 67 STEPS OFF MERIDIAN ON 11TH HAMMOND. Ind. (AP) - Only six remained unsettled today in there is one .seminarian studying for the priesthood, the highest week of startling political devcl- rntio of producing priests in the world. rc|»rts Maryknoll Father About 2.5 million Americans live recognizance after a federal jury COMPLETE LINE OF ICE HOCKEY EQUIPMENT • STICKS • PUCKS • ICE SKATES One Case Remains In Gary Tax Fraud Trial Job's Daughters Will Have Evcnl DALEVILLE-A public installation of Job's Daughters Bethel 115 will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock at Hie Dalcville Masonic Temple. A community sing sponsoret by the Salem Township Church Council and the PTA will be held at Daleville High Schoo Wednesdny at 7:30. p.m. Music will be presented by grade school, high »chool and church choirs. There's A Limit OCEAN'CITY, Md. 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