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February 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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*MMriMWi«T AWANU1 TUMI, M»nrffy, II, 1*» Truman Plan To Reorganize Revenue Bureau Opposed Washiniton-OT-Prcsidcnl Tru- I firmed by the Senate. !\tn's plan to reorganize the In- ! It would substitute 25 -district commissioners. All officials in the tcrnal Revenue Bureau today faced growing opposition--and possibly defeat--in the Senate. Chiirman · McClcllan (D-Ark) of thfc Senate Expenditurrs Committee, considering the plan, reported "I am not satisfied with ttie testimony presented for it." . · It was learned, too, that opponents of the proposal export veteran Senator George (D-Ga) to come but. against it.' He is chair- J m a n of the tax-writing Finance Committee. George is to testify before the Expenditures Committee on the plan February 26. x Mr. Truman sent the plan to the Capitol last month as his first 1952 proposal on the corruption- in-xovernment issue. The tax collecting bureau has been subjected . to a probe by a' House subcommittee In recent months. ' Many Charges of misconduct have been'heard. Seven of the na. tion's 64 regional tax collectors have left office in less than a year and in all 166 employes wore fircfl or ousted last year, 60, for alleged dishonesty. The'Senate will have to act adversely on the Truman proposal by March 14 or it will go into effect automatically. The House has approved it by a big vote. ^ George and some other Finance Committee members reportedly are concerned that the plan would end the right of taxpayers to get » jury trial in a tax case in their own local Federal District Court. McClellan said this was "a very important question." It arose, he said, because the reorganization scheme woulH abolish the statutory office of collector of internal revenue in the states. At present suits may be filed against the collectors. But McClcl- said some senators feared 1'nat bureau.would be under civil scrv ice except the commissioner of in lernal revenue, the top man. Says She Shot Husband After An Argument Army Officer Dies Of Bullet Wounds In His Head El Paso, Tcxas-v/P) -A protl. young blonde, charged with slay ing her Army officer husband, tol officers last night she she' him alter an argument over aid ho wealthy parents had {-hen them Mrs. Richard O. 'Parsons, 22 said her. husband contender! he parents had done too much fo j them "in every way." "I remember he told ir.e hell,'." her written statene:il saic "I went to a closet in Lht: bcdroorr and got myj?un . . . I put the gun to his head and pulled the li:gge twice." The slaying of the 24 year-ok lieutenant occurred in the couple* apartment Saturday morning, bu Mrs. Parsons Hid not .'.tirti'nrie until that night. Officers qvolct her as saying she chatted will neighbors and telephoned her r. ents in Tulsa, Okla., before goinj to police. District Attorney William Clayton sajd lie would ask tun* Mrs Parsons, charged with m u i H e t , be hold without-bond a', her i this right no longer would exist! ing trial. But Dcfnre Ath me; with the office abolished. i W. H. Fryer said hs would f i l e a The right to sue the secretary of writ of habeas rarpus-lf hol:d is the treasury would remain, the Arkansas senator said, but this would be expensive 1 for a taxpayer living * long distance from Washington. The Treasury is understood to feel th«t under the reorganization, suits could be filed against the deputy district commissioners who not set by tomorrow The examining trial protabl will be held later this week. Parsons was found in Ms Saturday night with UVT .32-.-ali- hcr pistol bullet wounds in the head. Mrs. Parsons, M h?r statement, said she sh -. -him about 11130 a. m., Salurdr.v. She surrendered to Kl Paso County police after her father had arrange 1 'eg; counsel for her by ling diilance would replace the collectors. Thus, It contends, th6 right to a local trial would not be impaired. Secretary of the Treasury John j telephone.^- ^ W. Snyder has conferred privately ! ~* with George on the plan. s|U MiirA CalftC In The president's proposal would | LICCIHG JwlvJ III abolish the 64 collectors of in- ; ternal revenue who arc n6V nom- j | inated by 'the president and con- f l T I T S B E S T 1 SUoseph ASPIRIN How To Relieve Bronchitis CreomUlsionrelicvtSprompllybecause it gets right to the «cat of the trouble to help loosen »nd expel serm laden phlegrit and aid nature to soothe and heal riw, tender, inflamed bronchial ·umbfknes. pu»r«nteed to please you or money refunded. Crcomulsion has stood tte test of millions of users. CREOIY1ULSION ·Cm (**, OM Otfc, Atlfc-lrcncliltlt Benton County Up In 1952 Bcnlonville-(Spccial)-Marriase license sales in Benton County for the month of February shnw an increase ovci last year. Eighty marriage licenses issued last \veek boosted th6 total for the month -to 195. Twenty-three licenses were issued Saturday morning. In 1951 nnly 111 licenses to marry had been issued February 18. Marriages in Benlon County last week included: Ray Mahurin and Tempia Frazier, both of Garfield, were rnar ried February H by County Judge William H. Enfield. . · Everett F. Arnold and Velm» E. Brewer, both of Bentonville were married February 14 by the Rev. John C. Stevens. William H. LaCost and Donna L. Bennett, both of aioatn Springs, were married February 15 by County Judge W. M. Eniield. cbyo British scientists have success- f u l l y ifimploled a series of tests in which TV war used to help decp- Chicago is eatjr going 'A K Santa Fe 8 daily trains from Kansas City TIXII (hit! StrtMltatr ItlO «m ·Thi Chill StrimllMf 2:OS im ·Siptr Cklif Slrimlliiir S:50 im Tkl CfMMl CMyM . 7:00 in Tkt CklcifMii Stremilliitr 12:30fm KMIM (lf« Ckitl StrNmllMr . . . 10:00 im (ililtf nit limHri ·II CifllM StriMliiitr . . . . t* rmrvltUn i CAllt Sana Ft T«^(l 0//(«. 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Mostly doubl* size. Exceptional buys. Values to $14.95 in This Special Purchase Sale Actuol$1.50 Quality It'i Irut . . . beautiful flnl quolily Danby nylsni in shttr il aau|«-U denier conilruclion lor only ?9c. Iwo lovelv ntw icrino thadti »oit, Hot* ond Misty to compllmtnl your iprlng coitumt. Sltts I te iT luy thtm by iht bo». Fluffy Wool Filled SATIN COMFORTERS $Q45 only * · Truly n wonderful buy . . . fluffy 100% wool filled comforters with lustrous rayon satin coveting. Choose from six different color combinations. Sensational Sale Playtex Super- Value FOAM PILLOWS Height Extra Plump $6.95 Never before »uch low prices for pillov,. tht quality famou« Playtex labell Come in nov/ for thts«'»uper-quality, Super-comfortable, pillows made of finest whipped toam latex. In white, pink, or blue. Sanforized cotton covers. Buy these in poirs ond doub» your savings. ODDS and ENDS SALE TABLE YOU SAVE IN THIS EVENT !/2 tO 2/3 Sportswear, Lingerie, Home Furnishings, Notions. 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