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Wednesday, January 23, 1952
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AMANiAi TIMIt, Wtdn^dny, M, IfM Ex-Collector On Tax Charges ijury Deliberates ^Nine Hours Before ,..Verdict On Delaney Hoston-Wi-A federal jury .last nljht convicted Denis W. Dclancy. misled Massachusetts collector of internal revenue, nh charccs ho licefcptcd S7.SOO In bribes nnH falsely certified payment nf $180,000 in tax liens. The jury of I! men find one woman deliberated nine hours ami IS minutes before rcturnlni! a verdict. .TudRC Charles E. Wy/.anskl, Jr., AUTO WORK by rtllib!« mtchanlci. All work GUARANTEED. ·ROUGHER and ROBB Wkltthy'. CtriM, kicK «' WHIItU.'i tirvleo UII«n fn«ctl 1X7 PLAN TO BUILD !·· Our MllirllL Gil Out Prlcti. Try Our Stttkfi DYKE LUMBER CO. 301 SI, Ch«rUl allowed Drlnncy to remain free in . $2.SOO pcncllnB his sentencing | «ome lime next week. Dclanf.v, SS. faces m a x i m u m ! penalties o f . 18 .years' imprisonment and fines of. $31,500. and minimum penalties of six months' imprisonment. Mis attorney, C. Kecfe Hurley, said n f l e r Ihe verdict he didn't i know dr-finltcly whether .in appeal would be made. "I assume," he Mlrl, "there will bo an appeal." Dclnnry--the first top ex-official brought to trial in the current federal tax icandal--Mood »l rigid a t t e n t i o n through the long reading of the verdict and Ihe 10-ininutc pioucc:ling I h n i followed. The trial lasted 13 days. On the firs.1 count of the bribery Indictment Dclaney was found guilty "f accepting.S2,SOO on April 211. 1011), from Oanli. 1 . .r'rlcdmnn, Now York inMirance man, lo Influence his action on taxes 'owed by Maxwell Shapiro and Ihe Max-well Shapiro Woolen Company of Boston. ; On Ihe third count the jury found he look a 52,500 bribe n August' I I . IfMJJ, also from Friedman in connection wilh taxes owed by Ihe Massachusetts Slccl Treating Corporation of Worcester. Fitlre CcrllflcalM i On the second indictment Dc- j l a i i c v ' w a s convicted on Ihrcc ' counts of knowingly having false certificate.'; filed October I, 1!M8, showing Unit 51110,000 In tax liens had been paid. The taxes involved Samuel and Eva Mcrkcr, Morris Lcavitt and the Merker Counter Company, of Ilavcrhlll, which makes shoe parts. The company is owned by Mcrkcr and Leavilt. Dclancy had been indicted nn MX counts of accepting bribes tot a l i n g S 12,800 hut during the trial Judge Wynnshi ordered acquittal on three of the counls. In January. 1014, Pclancy was WHO FIXES RADIOS? :; We've Been'Serving Von 20 Yedn . SMITH RADIO SHOP You Can't Btat a Product That's GOOD! HERFS RELIEVE A REAL CAUSE Deficiencies of Vitamins BnBa,Niacin and Iron ""!/ you're-bothered by n htomath .- diftturbince tuns. Inri' , heartburn and can'i ever vu good food without suffering nflcrwnrd) due to deficiencies of Vitamin. 1 , Hi, . :, Niacln nnd Iron In your system -- don't be satisfied to merely relieve your ftyinnLoms. Not when It's possible for HADACOL lo relieve the deficiencies which iviny l)e the real mid under/i/fm/ UA JSK nf your · ilomach distress. bcL I-1AI3ACOU ~t bring about nn amnzlng jmprove- ? mcnl in your concUtJon. (. And no linyortatiU Continued V Ifce of HADACOL "ot only five* ' * continuous, complete relief but \ h e l p s p r e v e n t - such deficiency- cixusccl slomnch d i s t u r b a n c e s . f r o m c o m i n K I b n c k . This Is the ABSOI.UTf TnUTH Hint 1)0 OI1C ()«" deny. Thld Is what you niiul 1(0 if you want hont»t-lo-8oodncss rciil relief and freedom from the mis- cries of such dlsturbanccu. , You cim't licnl n product Hint's Aoon! Buy n botlle of HADAOOL today and Ukc It faithfully, HADACDL RvfwH Ivlnlltwt**--Thir*'« Only Ott* OcuHliia HAOACOt appointed collector of internal revenue find was reappointcd by President Truman. }io was fired by President Truman Inst Au«ust and Jndictwl on September Ifi. Arab May Get "free" Can/pus LijeAtASC Joncsboro, Ark.-(/P)-Things arc looking up for Ihe youni; Aral, who appeared here lor Ihe "free education lie thought had been pinml/.cd him. The .loncsboro F.olary Club voted yeslerday lo u n d e r w r i t e his tuillon of MOfl al Arkansas Stale College for » year. An u n i d c n l l f l e d coui'lc offered lo Icl him liv-. in their home u n t i l March 1. A .loncsboro business man offcrc- $50. The youlli. S h u k r l Mohammed el Khalib. -0; arrived al Arkansas Stale j-cslcrday a f t e r a journey Irom ills native Israel. Shukri started Ihe t r i p as a rc- iiull of a mistake, lie read a pros- pcclus from Arkansas State in which l i f e on Ihe campus was described as "full, free and friendly." "Free," meant only one t h i n y lo Shukrl. Me sold a small f a r m for S-UKI and us'cd the money lo come to A r k a n s a s Slalc for a "free" education. Hy Ihe lime he arrived he had only Sin. U n t i l school o l f i c i a l s settle his case, he's a RUCSI al the men's dormitory. Would Discontinue ome Conservation : armer Payments Some payments of government oil conservation money should be llscontlnucd, Waldo Frasier, Lil- lock, excculivc secretary of t h e Arkansas .Farm Bureau Fedcra- ion.Jold .aboul lti. r i farmers at a listrlcl Farm .. liurcau mccling \ l a n u a r y 18 in Harrison. , I "Government money a p p r o p r i - j led for a g r i c u l t u r a l conservfilion laymenls should not be entirely :llnmatc-d," Frasier declared, 'lint ·should be allocated on s basis of conservation needs wilb the money being used in those areas vhere the. need .. Is grcatcsl." Mc-Knirl Farm Bureau recognizes he great good that has come from .he practice of conservallon mcas- ircs on the nation's farms, bul i conlinucd: ] "During the presonl nalional emergency when a rcduclion in federal expenditures must be accomplished lo prevent i n f l n l i o n and preserve America's free enterprise system, Farm Bureau contends agriculture should bear 1(5 f a i r share of such reductions." "Payments should be allocated on the b«sij of conservation needs, »nd payments for practices which have become n normal and accepted part of f a r m i n g operations of, the area In which a f a r m is located -should bo discontinued," Frasier said. The farmers were hero from: Haxlcr, Marion, Boonc, Scarcy, Van Buren, Ncwlon. .Carroll, Madison, Bonlon and Washington counties. SUFFE NO MORE KHWMATISM, HEADACHES. WEAK KIDNJEYS, DIZZY SPFLLS, NERVOUSNESS,'BLOAT/NG, ARTHRITIS, STOMACH AILMENTS, NEURITIS, it 'r I llto Acldj; Toilni. Uck of VlUlltv. en wty, Aching Buck, nenufnt m«lnB m 1 Nttht. Lumbneo. LCK r.lns. Sltei'leM Nlfbt*. Bui Complexion, nml nrp»th. Amazing Relief Nn Mdtlcr How 1-one You Have ·otTercd. or wlul dnimi you havr. UKd, rou can no* hope Tor rrllrf from fhcM! d.vmiilonw. Tulic IIOTK MINERAL TABLETS and In JUST A FEW DAYS, yon will «rr and trcl unbellerlblr rrsulU. HOPE SI1N- EHAL Will- E N It I C II YOUR BLOOD, sivo you nrp and rncrcyi and will help your liody ilrlvn out pouwnou* n'a^lfs! U u l l l nut Che warm red Klow of liraltlt In your rheclis. ynur CVCK will ijigirklr. and your Lli/,Y OKGANS will «o to workatr.ln! Blended by Nature More and morr dortor? are lurn- Inr BACK TO NATURE for currs. Penicillin wa» dlscovrrfd In K naui- ral mold «ro«tli; raw onion "111 hill bacteria: anil a nrn mlullliilr (nr blMri pluma has hrrn found In Ok- n riantl. NATURE I'llOVIDES! HOB« Mineral cnmn from Ihr rartll, ·tanifactdird In nature'ti own lau- ·ntorr. NATURE has hlrmlrd Irr.-rj of riFTEEN OIKFEBENT MINEIt- At.S In Hope Mineral. When tvcrv- ciar rhorei wear you clown, make ?*H laty and tlrrd, cau^e dizzy ·yclU; when your bark arhrs nnd 7«c have headaches, i'rel and Look Otd Before Your Time: whrn your rOWERS ARE WEAKENED -- I t m»l bt lark of Ihele minerals. Then. Urn t« HOPE MINERAL. Frtt Your Body · NOTICE YOUR ELIMINATION · few ««y« afler laklni Hone Mln- ml. Tae w*a( will become Mark H Hlrht--nit da nit kccome alarm- ed--4he mlnerali are dolnr I heir w*rk: When ywkwlyl. 1REE OK POIItONS u4 ImiHirfllra, you will Druggists. Tell Us hern » ilnicilil for m»n: antl imrr lirfntf ImTe 1 hMT surh HiiiKlrrltil rommrnu. IHrri Tf nnrc i m h r l t r v a h l f r f M l l t ^ a l l r r iisln Mope Mliirrnl TalilcK. The) 1 MJ 'It I U s M r l f i h c In mild'." To feel that old am^ltloHi com ln» hack, Ihe years will »lln awa and you w i l l lhank Nature for Init you this ivondrrful mineral, Guaianteed Get a hollle H Jour (Inn More. In dav. IW II and If yon are no MIRACIM.OUSI.Y SATISFIED, w w i l l itlidly refund your money. N matter how lonr you have Mffere --don't do II another day. HOT MINERAL may be what jo« ar ·tarchlnc for. , II.Ml fNONI 717 CAPTAIN CARLSEN'S NEW SHIP-This is.the frcighier, ihe tSS H a l a u l a Victory, thai Capt. Hcnrik K u r t Carisen will command, replacing Ihe ill-rated Flying Enterprise which he strove valiantly to bring lo port in a Iwo-wcck batllc against the sea. As Skipper received a hero's ovation in New York City, his new ship was in drydotk at Hoboltcn, N. J., being readied to lake lo sea. School Of Law To Extend Work For Degree One Year ompliance with new s t a n d - I will be offered in such fields as schools, j Jurisprudence and International Law. Students completing the four- In arris 'for accrcdilccl law Ihe University School of Law \v in September extend work lead- in'! to a law degree 1 by one year. The iieiv requirement, -with which ail accredited law schools in the nation will comply, has been set up by the American Bar Associa- year COUITC w i l l receive the non- profes-ional dcjrrce of Bachelor of Science in Law ns well as Ihe professional degree, of Bachelor of Laws. The combined degree arrangement is currcn'.ly being u n - Not To Campaign For Woman President, Says Official Of Organization; Other Groups Report On National Activities By SAUL PKTT | thing for a horse in 40\vcars. · | "The year 1952 should be a year York-(/P)-S,gns of the for poli i ical .| ands iidc.s," predicted Ncw limes and porlcnls of thc^fulure Iis,lcri in Ihe Manhattan , phone book: "We w i l l not campaign- /or a woman president this ycqr," said a spokesman for the .Woirjan for President and Other Public Of- idea:" The demand for flagpoles has died down because of government on buildings, accord-! restrictions ing to the American Flagpole Ihe Foundation for the Study of CyclcV They couldn'l say which land would slide for whom. The Foundalion studies all kinds of cycles--business cycles, weather cycles, cosmic cycles. . ' . ::' · 1 Business is good, said American Fork Lift Rentals, Inc., which buys and sells used materials handling equipment. Robert G. Morris of Brooklyn said the American Committee for Equipment Company, which now making ship booms. The Association for the Protection of the Adirondack! assured us the mountains arc in good shape. camps and hotels arc being held to a m i n i m u m and the association has a "powerful voice in Albany." Interest in metaphysics has dropped since the second World war. as indicated by the lower st.udcnl registration figures of the American Foundation for Metaphysical Arts and Sciences, Inc. "Business is plainly lousy," 'said a man at the Association of Ad- iusfablc Shoulder Stran M a n u f a c - turers. which lias chanced its name to the Undergarment Accessories Association. "Relations between our two Slucrm. executive secretary of Ihe American Socictv for Friendship with Swilzerland. Inc. The trend around the country is toward greater use of governors on revolving doors, according to Ihe Revolving Door Division of the International Slccl Company. Fifteen revolutions per minute is about tops with the regulators. Hotels and banks set their governors at 12 rpm. busy department stores and terminals at 14 or 15. About l.onn dentists around the I Ihe Defense of British Homes has been defunct since the war and why doesn't the phone company forget it? up at (he Society of Former Special Agents of t h e Federal Bureau of Investigation. Inc., a social organization: Things also ,arc buzzing al Ihe Sociedad Anomina Commercial Importadora and Exportarlnra nioplatcm'c, Ihe American Socicly for Ihe Preservation of Sacred, Palriotic and Operatic Music, the Association of Lacedaemonians, and the Soci- cte Franchise de Berets Basques. Inc. Electric Company Seeks Rate Increase Oklahoma Cily-Wj-Applicalion for a 14 percent increase tn electric rales were filed simultaneously in Oklahoma, Arkansas. Missouri and Kansas by the Empire District Eieciric Company of Joplin, Mo. Paul Reed, Oklahoma Corporation Commission director of utilities, said this slate probably won't act until a decision is made in Missouri--where the company docs most of 'its business. Rccd said it was" the first increase sought by an electric company here in 30 years. Ravenna, an ancient Roman port, is S miles Irom the Adriatic Sc,a because rivers have extended (be land by silting. Advertise in the TIMES--II Two New Instructors Named By Dr. Ellis Two.ncw instructors in the University College of Agriculture were named today by Dr. Lipped S. Ellisjl clean of the college. Lawrence H. -Kolston will become instructor in the entomology department, and Charles H. Hcnder- shott wil Iscrvc i nthc department of horticulture and forestry. Rolston will carry on both teaching and research duties, primarily in the field of taxonomic entomology. As instructor in the horticulture nnd forestry department, Jlcndcr- ···'" , anil lorcsuy cieparimcm, iiciiuer- country now praetiee hypnosis on ! shott wj|| bo cng j gcd j n rcscarch patients so of pain they W0| . k jn pomolo8 , y for the agricuU can't even take the anesthesia needle, saitl the American Society for the Advancement of Hyp- nodontics. i nil gen i en i is t u i i u i i i i j ' u t i u f t u n - nummm..'. , dcrla'icn by a large number of the Sixly per cent of Ihe rabbit: a n n o u n c i n g the new pro- lav.' schools in Ihe nation, and isioortcd to this country cram Dr K A. Lctlar, clean of ] based on tlie recent experience of used ·in m a k i n g felt hals. Beavers · - ' - ' ' ··· - ' - h had provi- arc sloping in this market. "And Uic University School of f,aw, said olhcr law schools which I two alternate courses offered with the approval of the Dean Lcflar said. The 1,-ut croup of students pcr- Council on Legal Education of the American Bar Association. Stu- | milled' lo enter ' the three-year dcnti who have three or more i law course with only two years vcars of acceptable college work j o t pre-law college work will be 'may enroll for a three-year law I admitted in June, 11152. course which will be substantial-i * ly the same as t h a t already being I The oricinal term of copyright offered. For students who enter under r-xistinfi U. S. law runs for the School of Law w i l h two or 2S years, more, hut less than three years of pre-law college work, a four- year law course will be given. In t h e l a t t e r , additional m a t e r i a l didn't you know that concy'is the i British word for rabbit and Coney Island was so named because it was once infested with rabbits?" asked an astonished spokesman for Ihe American Rabbit and Coney Dealers Association, Inc. Used by thousands In reducing diets--Juniic's Roman Meal brcafl. · 11-19-lf HAVE YOU HEARD! We serve the finest Home-made Hot Tamales We also have them for you to take out by the hatf-doien or dozen. 60c Per Doz. DELUXE EAT SHOP 306 W. Dickten. Phone 145 MEMORIAL HALL JOPUN. MO. TUtSOAY, JANUARY 29 I:M P. M. pomology turul experiment station. He is ,.. ., graduate of the University, and for*] the past year has served as graduate assistant. He will receive his M.S. degree ai the February 2 commencement exercise";. Both appointments will lake effect February I. The first step in gUininp U. S. citizenship is to mnlte a declaration nf intention in the office of any naturalJ7atinn court. ITURBI TWO-PIANO 'RECITAL MAIL ORDERS NOW Rot «M. Jnplln, Mo. A l l *Ht« rpun'ri. nrirr* inrl. ti .-13.HB. S!.4I. «I.HJ.'Btm«iU t UpreiAl VC1I.II. »', 2 *. More teen-agers are Betting acne, said the American Inslilulc of Dcrmatctics, Inc. The demand is up for coal chutes, grab hooks and crowbars, lo the Diamond Calk Horseshoe Company, which hasn't made any- To work refreshed Hinds ville . Mrs. Louie Bowcn has returned homo from the hospital and is recovering from a masloiri opcrntion. The Hove, and Mrs. Clyde Sanders nnd family of Sprincdalo were guests of Mr. nnrl Mrs. Nolcn Clinppcll Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. C'lyde San- services ^l Colhauph Sunday niorninp and evcninp. Mrs. Jim Sutton is visiting rein- lives in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Carter nnd "Mrs. Ada Carter of West Fork visited Mrs. Stella 1C. Mason Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gone Davis t\n\\ d n u R h t e r , Diannc, have returned j lo their home in Nebraska a f t e r i visiting several weeks with Mr. Davis 1 parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Davis and oilier relatives. \V. C. "Buster" Lewis died following a heart altack in Lns An- ccles. Calif., J a n u a r y M. Funeral service was conducted al the Baptist Church in Hindsville J a n u a r y If) by ihe Rev. Cecil Garrison. Purial was in Hindsville cemetery. Out of town relatives who came for t h e funeral were Mr. and Mrs, Ira Lewis and three sons, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hill Galloway and con and Mrs.-W. C. Lewis of Los Anpclcs, and Mr. and Mrs. Amd Lewis of Fort Smith, Ark. Injured In Fall noRcrs-iSpeeial'-Mrs. Malcolm Allrcd, 70, mother of Mrs. Lloyd Bland with whom she makes her home, is a patient In the Rogers Memorial Hospital, where she underwent .surficry for a fraclurccl hip hour, broken in a fall. The oM lest of pressing the thickest .part of a turkey drumstick between t h u m b nnd index finger lo make SUIT it feels sofl is still a pood way to tell whether Ihr turkey is donr. IAST ilDI fQUAM ACTING StJoseph A S P I R I N Busy hours lake soinnlliing out of you. · Havr. a Ctiki: and jon'rc back un llu: juli -- rclVeslii'i I 0 1 H I D U M C l l A U 1 H O I I U Of I H I C O C A - C O U C O M P A N Y IT fAYHTIVUll COCA-COLA IOTTLINO COMPANY, Phone MOl "Cett" I, . rqntor. J ITM..-TM.*. 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