fiiuoy, rtbiuaiy 15, 1952 Senator To Tell More About Brewing Company Tax Rebate he had never represented .Ihe Indianapolis Brewing Company. "I never spoke tn anyone on the company's behalf," he said. "I never received a fee from the GUMS; WHEI I WAS YOUR AGE I WAS PLAYING WITH DOLLS THINGS HAVE CNANGEO MOM-JUST TODAYA.BOY IN-MY CLASS WON A CAKE-BAKING CONTEST WELL.I SAV BOVS SHOULD BE BOYS AND GIRLS SHOULD BE GIRLS DON'T YOU THINK 1 SQ DAGWOOD ? y Wishington - ftp) - Senator Wiliams (R-Dcl) today promised to tell the Senate more next week about Joseph D. Nunnn, Jr., and a tax rase involving the Indianapolis Brewing Company. The Delaware Republican, who lection of evrr having signed an slonal investigation of tax ilals, (old nlc colleagues yesterday that the brewing company got a $35,000 for $-1,500 a $636,000 claim back excess profit taxes. that he could represent the com- rebate after settling pany, he said he \vould "like to see that waive'." Nunan now is a ITS AN HOUR BEFORE THE CHECK WITH TWE NEWS. :MARUE. GET SOME MORE MUSIC AND IN A ru*x STATION STUDO. Nunan. v.-ho resigned FAQ AS GOES. TRANSFER FDR POINTS NEXT. BUS MOW/S missiorcr of internal Williams immediately produced ITS THE LATEST POLICE BULLETIN ONTHATBWKINC KILLING. WÂ»NT ABOUT A SANDWICH? June 30, 1947, said In New York for reporters a photo the Committee on Practices in the Internal Revenue Bureau, The waiver, dated March 28, 1949, and notarized, said Nunan was applying for permission to anpear before Treasury officials "to represent Indianapolis Brewing Company of Indianapolis, Ind., in conncdion with federal income and nxccss profits taxes for the period of years 1944, 1945, and 1946 tn which T gave no personal consideraf ion and as to the facts of which I had no actual personal knowledge while in. the service of Bv J. R. William I HATE THEM I FUJ PARLOR. PAKI1CS, BUT 1 PROMISE!? 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Telli tt Otter Walnrs "Whether Mr, Nuhan did anything for the company I don't know," Williams Mid. "But he did l(et that waiver. Furthermore, that is not the only waiver he fot. There are others." Robert Wilson, revenue agent in charge a t . Indianapolis, said the tax case settlement was made against his recommendation. He said he.has no record that Nunan was attorney for the company in any court litigation. "I can say there was ho rigging of the case in any action taken under my direction and I'fl be (Â·really surprised if thcv find any irregularity along that line," Wilson said. The tax settlement was handled in Sunerior Court in Indianaoolis. Williams said he understood the company was allowed.to settle the 1638,000 claim against it for S4.500 ecause it had been placed in receivership 1 . He said' the comnany theri asked for and got a $35,000 rebate on excess profits taxes naid. but did not soecify the years involved in the latter action.- Began In 1949 As outlined by Williams, the case followed these lines: On December 8, 1949. the $4.500 settlement was accepted by the square dances. At 10:)0 "time oui 1 was called for refreshments nerve-, by.Sue Vinson, Bobbie Curtsinger, Charlene Brewer, Sue Wilson and Katie Sue Helm. Hostesse: were Mrs. Rath? Lane, mother advisor; Miss Ethel and Mrs. Edward Speedlin, Mr Broyles, and tax division of the Justice Department, under T. Lamar Caudle, since fired by 1 the president, on the recommendation of' Charles Olinhant, who has resigned as chief roun;el for the Internal Revenue Bureau. On February 9, 1951, the brewing company 'ilecl sui' claiming $35.000 over-payment of taxes. Williams said the chief counsel of the Internal Kevnnue Bureau, then Oliphant, "advised the Department of Justice that his office could suggest no defence to this suit." On August 28. 1951, settlement was made for $35,000. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Delap. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nc'al announce the birth of 1 daughter, Jacallne Sherla, Monday at County Hosnitsl. Mrs. T. P. Harrison has been returned home from Elizabeth Hospital, where she had been a patient for several days. Mrs. L. A. Carman ' s p e n t Wednesday with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Carter of Siloam Springs. E. F. Norwood, who Is home-on leave from the Navy at Seattle, Wash., is spending the week visiting friends in Oklahoma. The February meeting of thÂ« Washington County Medical Society Auxiliary was held Wednesday at 'the home of Dr. and Mrs. Jeff Raggett. Mrs. Max McAllister ol Fayetteville. society president, nresided. Sixteen members from Sprin/jdale and Fayetteville were present. Prairie Grove The Study Club met Wednesday j afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clyde Delao with Mrs. Delford Ric'f and Mrs. J. Frank Holmes as hostesses, Mrs. L. E. Mauoin presided. The members voted to contribute money to the BooneviHe Sanitorium library fund and to the local library. The meeting marked the club's 2fi anniversary and Mrs. Mauoin discussed the early history. Four charter members were present. Mrs. Erin Cates read a ooem and Mrs. P. J. Ellis an article. Mrs. N. 1+ Brooks spoke on rubber, and Mrs. L. L. Baggett read a paper on the .cure for old age. -Guests were Mrs. Kay Cornwell. Mrs. Walter Dodson and Mrs. Alcie Edmiston. The Order.of. 'Rainbow Girls gave a "sock hop" at the Â· high s c h o o l gymnasium Vednesday night. David McCartney called Test Vole Coming Up For French Government Paris-(XP)-Premier Edgar Faure lemanded today that France's Na- ional Assembly approve a six- nation European army with Germans in it or get a new government. But Faure said the United States and Britain must guarantee that Germany won't threaten Europe with war again. The premier, whose government has held office for only four weeks, designated the vote on tht internationa 1 army plan Â« ballot of confidence--one in which a defeat would cause the cabinet'i resignation. The motion voiced once again French opposition to reconstitution of either a German national army or a German general staff. France, Faure's "government said, wants the Germans re-armed as members of a European army or not at all. No Summer Camo For Air Force ROTC Group There will be no summer camp for senior Air Force ROTC students of the University, LI. Col. Ray M. Alford of the ROTC at the University announced today. All Air Force ROTC students q u a l i f y i n g f o r commissions through April 30, 1953, .will be commissioned without summer camp. Current junior class in Air Science III at the University will be encamped during the Bummer of 1952, Alford said. 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