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 COMPTON-20A - MSB* WALKER P IHSBV. This Is Betty...
MSB* WALKER P IHSBV. This Is Betty CJsY£|rt6l»'8 Expla- nation'of 87,000 Chwh. New York, Oc{. 82'.—Miss Betty Betty .Compton—"iff you must be truthful I am a dancer, but If you like to. flatter call me actress"— herself tore away yesterday whatever whatever • mystery surrounded her name in the Seabury inquiry, and- talked frankly of her friendship for. James J. Walker and of oysters. oysters. ] It was, it appears, her fondness fondness for the tender bivalves that brought her back to New York after eighteen months in France and- Canada. , "One really can't, you know, get good oysters; abroad." Pacing interviewers for the first time since the autumn of 1930, Miss Compton, as quoted by the World-Telegram, was asked asked about, a-§7,000 checks which figured in the Walker removal hearings before Goy. Roosevelt as having passed between the mayor and "an unnamed person." "Yes, I received it,'' she answered answered promptly.: "Not from him (the mayor) directly, but through Sailing Baruch & Co. Incidentally, Incidentally, one of the wisest things Mr. Walker did" at' the hearing, in my opinion, was to tear the viel from my identity. I didn't want to be Mme. X and there was no reason for me to be. The money was in

Clipped from The Tipton Daily Tribune22 Oct 1932, SatPage 3

The Tipton Daily Tribune (Tipton, Indiana)22 Oct 1932, SatPage 3
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