The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1948 · Page 6
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1948 BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS \Aide of Jewish Agency Insists {Surplus Explosives Were Easy \To Obtain From WAA Office NEW YORK, Jan. 13. tU.P,)—Samuel Natlis, 29, who said lie was j the go-between for the Jewish Agency In Ihe purchase of 400.000 pounds of war surplus explosives for shipment to Palestine, said today 1 anybody could buy the material. I lie added that, Ihe sales were made with the knowledge of the f War Assets Administration officials who "froze" the ex-i sale to him at $90 a ton. | Nattis is an employe of the Ma-» ___ | I terials Redistribution Corporation, 1 owned by Leonard M. Wcisman, I who admitted being adviser to Illagnnah, the Jewish army in Pal|«tine. Th PAGE SEVEN One for the Book explosives were intercepted I last week after an anonymous tel- lephone call informed New Jersey I police that huge quantities of ille- I gal explosives might be found on la farm near freehold, N. J. Police I arrested nine men in New Jersey I In connection the shipment I and threg truck drivers were I rested In Upper New York 1 transporting the explosives. lor Big Italian Lottery; Ring Is Smashed By Gotham Police NEW YORK. Jan. 13. (UP)—A tl.000.000 Italian lottery ring was smashed, police said yesterday with the arrest of 10 men and the seizure of a printing plant and 250.000 policy slips. District Attorney Samuel Y. Olt„ ____ lin of Kings County said the pol- "The PHI must have known my I Icy ring grossed an average ot deal was going through and thai [ $100,000 a week. The organization the stuff was going to be shipped," | had been functioning about three •• months, authorities said. One of the arre-sted, Joseph Tipa i Sr., 62. was described by polic/- as ' one of the biggest policy bankers In New York. The arrests were made In lour raids in Brooklyn on Saturday. Police said the ring specialized In Italian policy numbers, printing the winning numbers of Italian lotteries each week to be distributed to customers. Along with Ure suspects, the! raiders seized a printing oress, two I Nattis said. "All government I cies knew about it. The FBI Is cre- latins an umifce.ssnry air of tnys- I ten- about this matter where no | mystery exists." Says Anyone Can Buy M-3 "Anyone can go to the WAA and I buy the stuff." Nattis said. He I added thai the M-3 explosives he I purchased from the Seneca Ord- 1 nance Depot at Romulus. N. Y.. • were intended for storage until the 1 embargo on shipment abroad was | lifted. Nattis pointed out that although I the newspapers were filled with I stories on Jan. 3. about the dis- Icovery of a shipment ot TNT I aboard a Palestine-bound ship at I Jersey city, that was the day he '. ln-as notified by the WAA that his ! I shipment of explosives was ready |ior tfiovement from the depot. ^Rsairt that beyond purchasing I the ^explosives and seeing that they Iwere delivered to the New Jersey I farm he had nothing to do with |their final destination. The action of the American sym- Ipathizers of th e jews in Palestine ] received support yesterday from (Rabbi William F. Rosenblum. pres- lident of the Synagogue Council of | America. "Our brothers in Palestine must Chicagoan Turns Detective to Bare Fraud in Wealthy Spinster's Will NEW YORK. Jon. 13. (UP)—Curt tint Diesel had shielded Miss Mols- Fladcr Is no detective. But his In vesttsatlon Inlo (he ilpnlh of » spinster has uncovered Ihe (act tluil sh c died of poison and pollcu today held two |uen suspected of forging laic. a will to her $231,000 es- l r l tutor, a 73-ycnr-olil retired Clil- caeo cullery meiohmit, met MKs Msthhllrti' Molsberger, 8). while they wert feeding pigeons mid squirrels In central park, He went »n-ay uerger from contact with outsiders and Ihat he liad Inherited the bulk of the woman's fortune. His suspicion* now thoroughly aroused, r'lader contacted business acquaintances of Miss Mohljerper. who confirmed Hie haiiriymnn's story of the sheltered Illc nho was forced to live. Then the former Chicagoan, who lives in a mid-town rooming honsr, told his story to « firm of attor- Lasch's ball ivns set at »25.WO. I evidence to bolster «usplcton» «f Dlslrlct Attorney Frank s. Ho-' foul piny. However, Hogan t*M Bun said that, so far, his office has been unable to establish any legal he would seek grand Jury Indictments of flrst-dcuw totftfj "gainst both men. „ ,„. , a t|l|clt Insl j neys, Irvine <k Meeklcr. They con- Summer. When hf returned he (acted German relative.? of Ihe learned that she had died June 39. wealthy spinster who (lied obioc- •I thought there was something (ions to Ihe probate of her will, funny Flider s«lrl. "because she Ti, e attorneys and Finder eon- \\arl \r\n\;f'e1 in ii-nl I ..,!*».. T I-., . .... ....... . «•*"" had looked so well when 1 last saw her on June 27," ! Finder went to the apartment building where the Miss Molsber-1 iff, who oiwratcd several fashionable Bust Side dress shops, lived. There, he asked llir building su- rK-rhUendcnt. Fred Drosol. 53, what had happened to Miss Molsbergcr. "She's gone to the mountains," Finder quoted Drc.sc-1. When he nttcmplcd lo argue with - • • tendcnt tried to strike him. Fladcr next talked with Albert Mnrkowskl. a handyiunn nt tlie building. He said the man lold him tnctrd the district allornpy's office and laid Ihelr su»piclon.i Ix-foro him, Miss MolsucrsM-'s body was exhumed In Novemlxr toxlcolofilst discovoi'fd Hint city If. thnl dose of barbituric »cld cMUterl the death. After further InVrMlgatlon, police srresled nresol and Pied Lnsch, the undertaker who burled the wo- - man. Thev charged the men with .??''"f.!'., I~ .""M!.".'' s "l m ' ln -i forging the woman's will on a paper on which lad obtained her automobiles, 250.000 policy bers, bookkeeping machines, and ledgers. num- books Judy Cook, blonde swimmer who hit page one lasl fall during Howard Hughes' Senate investigation, looks over a lew pages of the book she says she Is writing in her Hollywood apartment. Now a red-head, she says her autobiography, called "Wham Girl," is an expose on Hollywood's wild night We and will be finished In month. • Windsors Begin Hunting Vacation on Plantation TALLAHASSEE. Fla.. Jan. 13 (UP, —The Duke and Duchess of Windsor were at tht palatial Horseshoe Plantation near here yesterday for a hunting vacation of "Indefinite" duration. The State Game and Fish Commission issued the 53-year-old former King of England a special "alien" hunting license yesterday. The license cost $50. | Georgia Tec/t and Emory ' University Burglarized ATLANTA, Ga., Jan. 13 (UP) — S»fe crackers stole »2,000 In cash from the safe In the Georgia Tech dining hall yesterday, police reported. Officers said the robbery npparent- i ly was the work of profession*.! bandits. Ibe allowed to stand up and defend I A spokesman at the plantation I themselves." Rabbi Rosenblum said. l"\Vhat does the world want us to I do stand by and see our people I slaughtered?" Read Courier News Want Ads. Uawn Scavenger 12 miles North of here, said the Duke and Duchess were uncertain as to their future plans or how long they would remain in Florida. On his application for a Florida hunting license, the Duke stated he wanted to shoot quail for two days However, the permit will be in lorcc until Feb. 15 when the season end; No license was requested lor the Duchess. The Horseshoe Plantation is a luxurious rolling hunting preserve dotted with swamps and lakes. The royal couple visited the plantation last year. Why pay $200 for a hearing aid? Our price $108.50. Write Wilder Earphone Co., 3334 Powell, Memphis.. 12, Tennessee. Buv Now Pay Next Fall Vi Down—Bol. Oct. 1 HUBBARD Furniture Co. of cash, cigarettes and trivial loot were taken from the library build Ing and treasurer's office at Emory University by an "amateur cracksman." A former student at Emory was arrested as a suspect in the Emory robbery. IT. B. 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