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April 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

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JO;; -MOBTHWf" ARKANSAS TIMtS, f«YeH»vl"«. Afkoniot, W»dn«tdoy, April 30, 19St fbhner Tax Official Has Little To Say To House Committee ; t." LIVINGSTONE ;;AVsihlngton -I/P}- One rip-snorting "commotion" :wilh tax agents appeared tod*y to have earned Jkriies B, E. Olson, a former Jn- t*rn»l Revenue Bureau official, a 04.000 let irom a wine-maker I n i double; 'with the government. j '* This -was the gist nj testimony Jw vintner Joseph Applcbnum of; JJew York before a House ways and means sub-committee. '·-The uib-^ommlilce is investigating, the jctlvitles of Olson, until recently. New. '.York supervisor of "the'Revenue Bureau's alcohol tax unit, .and former Revenue Commlslloner Joseph D. Nunan, Jr., his -close friend. " Olson,.a witness before the sub- rfommlttee late yesterday, refused fo talk about his association wlih Applebaum's wine ventures in J945-48'' The committee railed in- vettljating agents for more infor- instion today. ;jThe white-haired Olson, who ·uit his : rev«nue post under fire 6sf fall, balked at answering flueitlons, about his personal af- ' ftln or finances. He claimed his e'onstitutlonil privileges to remain ttlent; · ' ? Olson's unproductive a p p e a r - »nce climaxed nearly two days of questioning of the cigar-chewing ApplebaUm, who hesitantly told of WE deals in his wine business in 1944 trid 1945. One was-a-i3SO.- 900 Interest-free loan from Pcpsl- eol«; ''i"8oft drink manufacturer fchfeh boUfht his business in 1946. ;.. Applebaum.sald Olson, Hunan's WsilUBt .when Nunan was revenue jo'llectpr'before becoming commis- «iori«r.. in March. 1044, was hired to "take care" of the alcohol lax tinlt : ln.l945. ; Applebaum. said he could not remember any other duties performed by Olson after a rousing "commotion'.' which stopped the lax unit from ''persecuting" Applebaum and his associates- over the content of their wines. Oakland and Zion Mrs. Garland Ivey has returned from Columbus, Ohio, where she was called by Ihe Illness and d e a t h of her brother, Russell Millikan. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown of Santa Paulo, Calii., and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lambert and son, Curtis Lee, of Rogerii were guests In the Wtlli=m Mahan home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Routh were called here by the illness of Mrs. Lee Cale of Springdale, mother of Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Huoth. Mrs. Polk Bookout. who suffered a hear! attack Wednesday evening. \*. in the City Hospital in Fayettcville. Mr. and Mrs. Homer -Plumlee and family of Kansas City, Mo., spent ihe weekend with his parents, Eld. nnd Mrs. H, E. Plumlee. All were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Williams of Greenland. . . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hammond of Miami. Okla.. were weekend guests in the George Gulley home. Mr. arid Mrs. C. J. Ogran of Milwaukee, Wis., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mr*. Rex'Clark and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Watson, Jr and children of New York City and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Wstson and Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Lee, all ol Kansas City. Mo., were weekend guests in the Golden Ivey home. Mr. and Mrs. Lympn Houstor and daughtws, Joanna and Jcrr Lynn, of Sprlngdal* and Mr. am Mrs, O. G. Plumlee.went to For Smith Sunday afternoon to visl Mrs. .Harold Cate, ;who Is a pa. llent In a hospital there. A*»»rtlM In tM TWE^--It 1*1 Eight Airmen Killed In Separate Crashes Tokyo-(/P):Elghl American airmen were killed in two transport plane crashes in Southern Japan! within 12 hours, .the Far East Air Forces announced today. \ C-46 transport on a .routine Investluatlonal flight crashed inlo the rim of Mt, Aso, 550 miles southwest of Tokyo this morning. FEAF said all four crewmen were killed. A C-119 cargo-transport hit n ridge last night on an I n s t r u m e n t approach, to Ashiya Air Base on Kyushu island. Its four airmen were killed. Names of all crewmen were withheld. Synthetic "Guinea Pigs" Are Latest Marvel Of Cortisone Keep «p with Ike Urnee--read the TlniM Boston -I/Pi- Synthetic "guinea pigs" are lhs latest marvels produced by the nev.'est wonder hormone, cortisone. These synthetics are animals which a f t e r receiving cortisone treatments become subject to human diseases they never have n o r m a l l y . That makes thi-m useful for medical experiments. This new merlical exploration .TO reported in a number of pnprrE to I h e a n n u a l meeting nf th Forirty nf American Bacteriologists ynstcrflny. By this use of cortisone, rabbits at Ihe Univer.iily of Minnesota are Eetlinf! typhoid fever. The rabbits receive rnrtiEone in much larger a m o u n t s than used for humah treatments. At Minnesota, and ?lt. Sinai Hospital, New York City, four kinds of mice "suinea pigs" have i been produced by cortisone plus ! X-rays. Some of these mice get monili- asis, n h u m a n disease known as | thrush, that causes ulcers in the mouth. A fungis is responsible. Two other mouse "guinea pigs" get infections from two kinds of f u n g i t h a t cause ulcers, abscesses and serious complications in hu-' mans. The fourth "pig" is adult mice that get coxsackie disease. That is a virus disease closely resembling polio, but not as serious. Many polio victims have' it along with I polio. Sulphur City John Boaz and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Gregg, Janelle, Jim and 'Johnny of Elkins spent. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Harris.! Mrs. Neil McKinnon is convalescing in the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Price, Jr., a f t e r an operation in City Hospital. The Community Builders Home Demonstration Club met with Mrs. Kenneth Harris for the April meeting. Eight members and two visitors were present. Mrs. Ruth Weaver was a new member. Miss Betty Jones, vice president, presided. A review of the Book of St. John was given by Mrs. Marie Riielk. Roll call was answered by "What I have learned about buy- ins-" Mrs. Margaret Brov.'nfield demonstrated starching colored cottons w i t h gelatin. The mystery package was won by Mrs. Lizzie Price. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The May meeting will be with Mrs. Ruelk. T h e . V . F. W. sponsored a pie | supper for benefit of the ball team ! Friday evening. 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