The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1952 · Page 1
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April 30, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

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PAGE TWO BLYTHE\TIvLB (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APKTI> 80, 1901 'Commotion Earned $94,000 Fee For Former Tax Bureau Official •r B. L. LIVINGSTONE WJL»B*KSTON (fi — One rip- "c«ramotlon" »'Hh tax appeared today to have . James B. E. Olson, a former Internal Revenue Bureau of, ftalal, * $M,000 fee from a wlnc- malwr In trouble with the government, •nils waj the gist of testimony by vintner Joseph Applebnum of New York before n House ways and means subcommittee. The committee Is InvesliBatinK Hie activities of Olson, until recently New York supervisor of Ihc revenue bureau's Alcohol Tax Unit, and former Revenue Commissioner •Joseph D. Nunan Jr., his close friend. Long-Haired Sikh Won't Have To Cut It While in U.S. Army WASHINGTON W) — A Sikh, wlwse forebears were famed fight- In* men of India's army, will he allowed to wear the long hair required by his religion while he's n. United States soldier. The man, whose name was not rervaled. whole President Truman Feb. 36 saying he was born In this country, the son of East Indian parent^, and was being drafted. "I am willing to barter rny life for niy country/' he wrote, "but as one of the great freedoms of this country advocates freedom of religion, i am writing you a.s ccm- mander-ln-chlcf of the nrrned forces, to Immunize me from a haircut. . . , AH I-ask 1s to worship Goci In my own way—witli long hair." The President paused the problem on to the Army, which decided to let him keep his hair and sent a letter saying so. It advised him to keep the letter handy for "your comnwndifig officers after yon are Inducted into the Army." Olson Won't Talk Olson, a witness ociore Ihe subcommittee laic yesterday, refused to talk about his seemingly lu-j live association with Applebau wine ventures in 1945-40. The committee called invesUgnting agents for more information today. The white-nalrca oison, who quit his revenue post under /ire last lull, balked at answering questions about his personal affairs or finances. He claimed his constitutional privileges to remain silent. Two Days Climaxed Olson's unproductive appearance climaxed nearly two days of questioning of the cigar-chewing Apple- bnujTi, who hesitantly told of big deals in his wine business in 1 and 1045. One was n $350,000 interest-free loan from Pepsicola, a soft drink manufacturer whicl bought out his business in 1016. Apptebaum. .said Olson, Nun tin's assistant when Nunan was revenue collector before becoming commissioner in March, 1CH4, was hired to "take care" of the Alcohol Tax Unit in 10-55. Applcbaum said he could not re member any other tluttes per- Dapple-Grey Pulls 2-Wheeled Buggy Info Waldorf NEW YORK W*>—A dapplf-Rrey horse pulling a two-wheeled buggy trotted Into a ballroom of Manhattan's swank Waldorf Astoria Hotel last night. Old dobbin's appearnncc was no surprise, however, lie and the buggy were a golden anniversary present to Frank L. Boydcn, headmaster of Deerfleld Academy in Massachusetts. Doydcn was guest of honor at a dinner given at the hotel by alumni and friends of the academy. The gift was an acknowledgment of Biyden's hobby of riding around Deerfielrt In a horse-drawn vehicle. Traffic Deaths Increase in U.S. CHICAGO m— Traffic deaths In Ihe U.S. showed a slight increase In the first three mouths of 1952. 'file National Safety Council sale formed by Ol.son Mtor a rousing "commotion" which slopped the A'I'U from "persecuting" Apple baum tmu his associates over the content of their wines. today the toll (or the first quart«• of thU year wax 7.930, a gain of J -*r cent over the first quarter of last year. The number of lives lo*t In motor vehicle accidents In March—2,700— s virtually the same us in March, 1>51. NOTICE Or FILING Or APPLICATION ton LIQUOR PERMIT Notice U hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense vinous or spiritual Uquort tor beverage at retail on th* premlctt described at: 312 East Main 8t, BlythevlUe, Mississippi County. Arkansas. Application U for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July 1952, and to expire on the 30th day of June 1453. L. T. Campbell Signed by Applicant NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has tiled with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas "SO UPSET BY 'CHANGE OF LIFE' (SCREAMED AT MY HUSBAND!" writ** Mr*. A. WMftingfon of N*w Yorfc, N. Y. from 'K*l Mathti' mn i**rv DU i(w>ij f *•! I kw • Are you going through "change of life" . . . suffering the "hot flashes," nervous tension, Irritability, weakness and other types of functionally-caused distress of this difficult time? What DoctoiV T.iti Showed! Then . . . here'* hope for you! In. testa l>y doctors, Lydla Plnklmni'fi Compound find Tablets gave relief Iiom such ttl.strc&s ... In G3% uncl 80% (respectively t of the cases WsWd. Complete or atrikiny icllcfl Suiel? you know that LydU Ptakh»m'» Is scientifically modern in action! You know what It ho* don» for othtrtf But do you Icnow what It will do for you? Not If you haven't experienced the relief oMenslon, "flashes" »nd Irritability It to of ten brings »t such times! J!e/or« another day haB^pn-u^d try I>yUla Plnkham'* Vegetable Compound or new, improved Tablets with addfd Iron . ., and discover how much easier your "ch&nne of life" may bel Younger women and girls— suffering from functional pains, monthly cramps and distress of menstruation — find Plnfcham'a wonrter/ul too! It contains no vain-deadening drugs I pfl<hHk Tor i permit to **11 *nd beer at retail on the premises de scribed as: Campbell'* Pool Room, 312H East Main St., BlythevilLe, Mississippi County, Arkansas. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he 1ms never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no licen.se to .sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned hae never been convicted of violating the laws of thU *UU, m any other state, relative to ttu Ml* of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to bt ift- sued for operation beginning on th« 1st day of July 1952, and to on the 30th day of June 1*53. L. T. Campbell (Applicant) Subscribed and .sworn to before me this 29th day of April 1*52. Irene Wallace (Notary Public) My Commission expires: 5-26-U SEAL A Special Message For All Car Owners! 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