The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 7, 1952 · Page 14
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 14

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Fourteeii Plans Dropped For Juries To Survey Crime WASHINGTON (J1 — The Justice Department has dropped the plan to have special federal grand juries in all parts of the country sit once a year to survey local crime conditions. Atty-Gen. James P. McGranery says it smacked of "showmanship" and that he believes regular grand juries that sit month-in and month-out can handle things just as well. He has disbanded the 13-man "racket unit" which his predecessor, J. Howard McGrath, set up in the Justice Department last January to evaluate reports from the special juries and keep the^ program in motion. McGranery made it clear Sat-! urday he does not think much of the special grand jury idea, originated by McGrath and strongly recommended by the Kefauver Crime Investigating Committee. Asserting that his faith lies wit! the regular juries to maintain federal law enforcement on a con tinuing basis, McGranery tolc newsmen: ''Showmanship ought not to b 'any part of the administration o justice. Such administration calls for dignity and certainty." As to the "racket unit," the at torney general said: "I don't subscribe to the nam 'racket unit'. Labels won't do the trick. We have lots of units in th criminal division, functioning ef fectively, and not known by Holly wood names." McGranery said: "An effectively f u n c t ioning grand jury needs no special name or calling. It can be summoned into existence most readily when t need is shown for it and the usua regular terms of court in the various districts of the United States are quite capable of taking care of any situation having to do with violation of our federal laws." McGrath's call for the special juries in January resulted in such sessions in only about half the 94 districts. The exact figure and the results of their work has never been announced because the Justice Department just quit talking about Hie juries after McGranery took over, on grounds that all such sessions are secret. i ^-- Mother Charged, Intent To KiU CLEVELAND ffl — Police charged a 27 - year - old mother with assault with intent to kill Saturday after she said she pushed her boy out a second story window because he would not go to sleep. Detective Captain David E. Kerr said the woman, Mrs. Mary Lincks signed a full statement in the case. The boy, Roy, 5, is in fair condition in a hospital with a compound skull fracture. Kerr said the couple had been drinking. He said she gave these details: Her husband fell asleep on a sofa and she went to bed in another room. Roy, and his sisters, Helen, 7, and Annette, 3, "were cutting up, whispering and playing. "I had warned them several times they would have to stop and go to sleep." Finally she picked up Roy, carried him up to the apartment's windows and shoved him out. Then she went back to bed. Americans Crash Air All-British Air Show FARNBOROUGH, Eng. (Si — A contrite-sounding U. S. Air Force officer confessed Saturday that the Sabre jet fighters which gate- crashed this supposedly all - British exhibition of fancy-flying were American. Ten Sabre jets, used in Britain only by American and Canadian fliers, stunted over the air show Friday, thrilling spectators but spreading consternation among British authorities who feared unauthorized flights might cause accidents. Saturday morning, U. S. Air Force headquarters admitted Americans were guilty of the prank and said disciplinary action was being- taken. Pleads Guilty To Passing Counterfeit $10 Bills KANSAS CITY, Kas. on — An Overland Park, Kas., man was placed on probation for five years Friday in Federal District Court after pleading guilty to passing counterfeit 510 bills in and near Lawrence. He was Wayne Otis Hughes. 36. His sister-in-law. Mrs. Kaye Pauline McCoIgin, 37, is serving a 5- year term on the same charge. KANSAS TRAFFIC FATALITIES TOPEKA (JPi — Kansas traffic faialitics listed by the state accident records section: In the last 24 hours—1 IX) To date in 1952—360 Same period 1951—3S5 (Xl death from recent accident not previously recorded. In virtually all alphabets, the k'tier "M" stands in close conjunction to the letter "N." USE THB TIMES CLASSIFIED BOYS' PLASTIC RAINCOAT'S Girls' Rain New inter- C "B GO CLIP THESE COUPOKS AND SS¥E MON. AKD TOES. Bros MHOS IJKTTEB itfiUS IMHSMHUS To 50c Boys' BRIEFS Reg. 39c Raynolds Aluminum Foil 30x30 TEA TOWELS 5 leg. 12c Flashlight BATTERIES Standard " m fblXEBiSBOHUSOTOp THAN ANY OTHER BRAND AT UNITED BOMS cwpott nwssjom COM Men's Part Wool Sweaters Girls' COTTOW PANTIES 35c Sandwich COOKIES 19c Worth 25c — 36-in. Clamp-Type CLOTHES PINS 100 MUSLIN 110V,,. 10 yd. Limit with ) Coupon. Ladies 1 Plaid H1RTS WEBS fiOHUS COM FAMOUS DOT DASH i SAVE ON APPROVED REG. 5c RUBBER TIP PENCILS c No. 88 Kroma Paints 55 C $4,93 S6MOOL SLACKS 33 Infants' Plastic Hangers 15c RUB CLEAN ERASERS Wo have ihe approved lists if you tell us what grade. You can get your school supplies now and avoid the rush. NYLON HOSE JOHSOR SUCKS Reg.ISc Quink Ir.k Reg. 2.98 ZIPPER BINDER FULL CIRCLE SCHOOL SKIRTS $1.98 FREE PEN! ATHLETIC SHIRTS. Knit of carefully selected coflon to spring back into shape offer repeated washings. Sizes 34 to 54. BOYS' FLANNEL TEE SHIRTS. These tee shirts ore core- fully knit to retain their perfect fit after repeated washings. White or solid colors; small, medium, large and extra-large. Broadebfh BOXER SHORTS 69e SOLID COLORS, PRINTS, WHITES—SIZES 28 to 44 Kindergarten RUGS 39c 69c Men's Sizes iced From Girls' White Priced •» with, purchase of 75c or more of School Supplies! WEDS BGHUS COM LADIES' UTILIir HOUSECOAT Washoble—Also COTTON FLANNELS REG. 59c DOUGLAS BRIDGE MIX GIRLS' Fruif-of-the-Locsn COTTOM BLOUSES Plaid Umbrellas FOR BACK TO Boys Cord SH8RTS SAVE IN UNSTED'S BIG PIECE GOODS SALE! Adjustable Pont GREASER NIW BACK-TO SCHOOL Reg. 98c Orelay Men's T-Shirls They're san- fortied and beautiful, nevr" patterns, new designs, act yours at a wonderfyl saving t. Yard New School PRINTS Take Your Cnice or Ginghams, Duco Failles, Duco Taffetas Checks, Beautiful Colors Size 9 to 20 - 16'A to 24'/i Dresses -for Immediate and ARGYLE SOX United'* Defender quality, * regular 5?c. Patterns include the new calico types. Yard Winter Wear (Balcony) NEW ARRIVALS! FELTS! I VELVETS! Chamorays! Broadcloths! Men's ZIP JACKETS Springy ribbed knit cotton takes plenty of'punishment yet keeps its roomy fit after repeated washings. Quarter length sleeves and wide-taped collar- ette. White only in small, medium, large ZIPPER GARMENT BAGS Pinwale Corduroys Big assortment of colors. Friday, Saturday, only. Yd. 98c Combed Chambrays Tots' JACKETS $393 Take Your rick From a Grand Assortment in Youthful and Matron Styles REMNANTS Plain colors a n rl novelty pat- _^ terns; Keg. f|||C to S2.9S yd. *"* ANOTHER GROUP Values to 55.00 59c Cannon Eafh Towels V These fine-combed cotton briefs 4? are specially designed for ac^ tive boys. All-round elastic waist ^ and taped leg-openings hug the ^ body but never bind. Small, J medium, large. I SHORTS PQ C ^ Boys' Boxer 3T FRUIT OF THE LOOM UNDERSHIRTS •» :' *•"«•• t.rv;'^,^''^^' UMED

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