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TUESDAY, SEPT. 23,"l9S2 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVK Administration Said Eying Criminal PemiscolFair Law in Case of Nixon Expense Fund NEW YORK liPr—The New York* Times said today the ndministra- tion is "studying, the application ot a criminal statute thai might be used against Sen. Nixon" and the contributors to his $18.235 expense fund. A Washington dispatch to ihe Times said it was learned last nipht that Atty. Gen. James P. McGranery Is awaiting Sen. Richard M, Nixon's further explanation of the fund "with more than casual interesl." The Justice Department in Washington had no comment on the Times story. The story, by Anthony Leviero. said "the politics! furor" over the Republican vice presidential nominee's private expense fund as a senator "may take a srrave turn." "Thus far," Leviero wrote, "the Democrats gnnrritUy have given the appearance of letting the Republicans settle the campaign crisis themselves. "Rut behind the scenes the ad- minstration for a few months has been brintrine up ammunition to use against Sen. Nixon." The story also said: "While news nf the fund broke explosively and suddenly, the administration, including White House sources, was lone aware of it. Leading Democrats were aware of it at least soon after if not before, Sen. Nixon's nomina tion. but they deliberately held the-ir fire until the campaign was ^ well under way." In addition to Nixon, the storv said, the criminal law possibl;^ mipht be used also against "the Space in Demand Cafuthersville Legion Event to Have Record Number of Exhibits TO REPLACE FAMED MANSION—This ts the architect's sketch of on unusual 15-story "Uvin" office building to be erected by Ivor B. Clark on the 47th and 48lh Street corners of New York's Fifll Avenue. The 47th Street site is now occupied by the famous Goulc • mansion, one of Ihc last remaining, relics of the Avenue's 19th Century residential maernficenro. The o!d Goekt mansion, razed in 1942, stood on the 4Bth Street corner. The new building will be TJ- shapcd, the two main parts seen in the sketch being connccled in the rear. Within One Year The story quoted from the law • It. said was beine studied by ad-' ministration officials and lawyers: "Whoever, beinp a government official or employe, receives any In London Cool Weather Hits Midwest; West Is Warm By Thr Assnrlaied l*r«* Rainy and cool weather covered wide area* from the Rockies to the Atlantic Seaboard today while It Illinois Leader Soys No Part of Stevenson's Campaign Financed from Governor's Fund' ALTON, II!., OT) — An Illinois - paipn." Democratic, campaign loader said yesterday that no part of a fund raised for Gov. Artlal Steve was pLea.sant in the Western state*.' CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo. — More exhibitors have applieH for space at ,he 1052 American Legion Fair than .n the event's history, Harry Mal- oure, .secretary - mnnager, stated ve^terdny. He said fair officials are being, pressed to find space for all of j tic Coast while showers were re- them. The fair will be held Oct. ported in Michigan and Ohio and campaign for re-election as cover- nor has been or will be used for his presidential campaign. W. Dnnald Forsyth, former down Tempera lures dropped to frcez ing in some Midxvest segions early today. Some svarmlnp was in prospect for the North Central state-s by tomorrow. Rain f«ll along the Middle Allan- 'j stale Illinois manager of Stevenson 1 !; campaign for governor, mtide an explanation of fund a.s news- 1-5, inclusive. "The demand for exhibition space is due to the fair growing In s!w fince World War II," Mr. Mallotire <;tnted. ''We don't have a 'crossroads' or county fair— it draws poo- pie from nt least four states each I year, and this year we are gearinp I it for an attendance ol round 50.000 j or more." | One exhibitor, a large heavy equipment dealer, will bring a display from (lie DLI Quoin, 111., Strvtc Fair. Another exhibitor will brinR one from the Cape Girnrdcau District Fair, and there will he some displays from the Mid-South Fair nt Memphis, Mr, Mallourc said. The Missouri Cotton Producers Association will have an exhibit showing cotton from the boll lo finished cloth. In front of a back- eroimri of colored print cloth will lie shown cotton and cotton seed papers began inquiring Into Us handling. Forysth, now campaign manacer for Lt. Ciov. Sherwood Dixon. Stev- oiuson'.s successor as candldntc for Governor, said "Stevenson never got parts of New Mexico and West a ri!me ot the money for his pre.s Texas. Generally fair weather was' reported in other sections of the country. Business Good, Sparkman Says Demos Candidate For Veep Replies to 'Socialism' Charge LINCOLN, Nob. W>j - -Democratic vice presidentEnl nomlnoo .John J. Sparkmnn tolrl the Lincoln Rotary Chin today that "by any measure, products put to hundred. 1 ; of uxos.j tirivnte busine.v today is healthier LONDON ') — Jovful we Tins display, which cost the nfisn- ri:ition about ?800. is the .same that wns presented nt the 1952 Missouri State Fair at Sedalia. 1-H T>isplay Plannrrt Acconipllshmcnts of 4-H Club activities in Pemlsrot County will be shov;n in a display ot blue ribbon work ny club members. Tiie quality of the work done by the 450 members of the 21 home economics extension clubs In Pemiscot County also will be shown in (in exhibit, Willard James, Perm scot County extension RRent, is director of the • alary in connection with his ser- crowds bronchi tears to the eyes vice, as such an official or employe ; of Charlie Chaplin today as the lit- from any source other than the | tie comedian returned to (he land government of the United States.! of his birth for the first time in 21 except as may be contributed out of j years. the treasury of any state, county of Beset by a move to bar his re- munictpaUty; or ' '-•-- • "Whoever, whether a person, association, or corporation makes any contribution to, or In any way supplements the salary of, any government official or employe for the services performed by him for the government of the United States— "Shall be fined not more than 11.000 or Imprisoned not more than six months, or both. 1 ' RICHMOND. Ind. OPi— Rep. Ralph Harvey iR-ind"', says he believes most American prnund troops can I aRricuitura'r displays, be withdrawn from Korea within a other exhibits will bp presented vcar - i by the Future Homemakers e,f t ast ' the Canithersvillc Hlph School vo- NOTICE In the Chancery Court for the Chl^kasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas. George Richardson, Ptf. vs. ' No. 12 f 105 Ruby Inez Richardson, Dft. The defendant Ruby Inez Richardson is warned to appear in the chancery court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff George Richardson, Witness my hand as clerk of said troop.s with American air and naval support, could carry on the fiphtins entry into America, Chaplin cried | ,f Lti G en. James Van Fleet'.5 train- On a radio panel program vii ^ u __ „ ni?rht. Harvey said South Korean | cationnl 'home economics depart- openly as a thronp ol more than 1.000 jammed around him nt Waterloo Station yelling "Good olci Charlie" and ''Welcome back." Repeatedly, the 63-year-old actor turned to his youny wife, the for- \ iner Ooona O'Neill, and murmured:' "It's wonderful, it's wonderful." Asked what plans he has for his stay in England, which is expected to last several months, the comedian replied: "We're just goin^ to sec everything we can, historic \ sights and GO on." in:: of Koreans goes on as planned. Harvey recently returner! from a tour of Korea. 10 Women Face Korean Spy Trial idcntinl campaign." Hr* also denied report. 1 ; pnhlishrd in Chic; IRO mid Cincinnati that part nf the money was ralsrd through pressure put on Illinois .state em- ployes. CniilrilHLUnns Made The fund was raised through con- tributinns from people Interested In re-elcctinR Stevenson governor, said Forsyth an insuranrp man of Springfield. III. "Then he was nominated for president of the United States," Forsyth said. "We had to check with the, people to .see what they wanted done wfrh the money they contributed. "A few o[ them sale! they wanted theirs to po for his presidential t The remainder of (hr fund wa>: lurn n d over '.o the Dixon campaign fund, For.syth said. The Chicago Dally News reported Stevenson's aides "kept a Ms t of more than 1,000 business corpnra- tloiis and state suppliers who were solicited for campaign and expense funds." The story was hfndlinnd "Adlai's Aides 'Put' Bite' on 1,000 Finns.' THIniriR Levels Charge The Ch.tc.aeo Tribune reported lhat money raised in the state as a "pprsonal fund" for Stevenson in his bid for re-elect ion as governor now Is being usod lo pay for his campaign for the presidency. Forsyth explained (hat when Dlx- Irtate for Rovomor, it was necessary to close up Stpvci'.^n's cuber- on replaced Stevenson n.s the c.-iv.d- na to rial campaign offices and pay all back bills so that, none would hftvn to be paid out of Dixon's cnni- palen funds. "Rome of DIP money came from state employes," Forsyth salrt. "I want to assure you that the money that came from state employes wasn't given under compulsion Stevenson isn't (he type that would prrmit a thins of that kind." Forsyth would not disclose t h e amount of the fund. He sMri (hat number of "pood Republicans" Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center** MANILA, ARK. Malinecs Sat. & Sun. 1'hone 58 TUESDAY 'GLORY ALLEY" finlph Meeker rnnipaign. Rut Hint amount of \ contributed to It and lhat he didn't money wns almost rnnuph to payj wiint to embarrn.ss them or rtts- for closing up the Stevmson-for- lose ^rets on Democratic finan- ment. the Farmers Home Administration and other groups and agencies. A major enfei fiilnment attraction will be the All-Girl White Horwi Revne which u-ill be presented ctich afternoon and evening in the grandstand arena. This two-hour show will comprise the free grnnd- stand entertaniment program, Mr. Malloure said. Entries in the Tnir's program of, running Iior.se races were still com- ine in this week. There will be a otal of 20 races—five each afler- than ever." In an address prepared for the club's luncheon mpetinc, Sparkrmn made this statement in answer to Republican charges of "creeping .socialism." Sen. Sparknian was in Nebraska for a day of cnmpflipnir.K climaxed by n major farm address at Grand Island, Neb., tonight. "The GOP platform stMnmrnt that. Democratic leadership over the past 20 years has 'wrecked' free enterprise Is Just about as far from the truth a^ anyone c.in get," the Alabama .senator declared. "As a matter of fact, the one thlnp thai very nearly 'wrecked' American free enterprise was (he Republican mismanagement and the do-nothinpism riurtne the fearful days of the preat depression." governor committee offices. "Stevenson never got a dime of the money for his presidential cam- America's most spectacular geography Is contained In 28 National Parks. court, and the seal thereof, on this the 8tti dny of September, 1952. Harvpy Morris, Clerk 9.9-16-23-30 PUSAN. Korea iff*\ — Ten of the n women arrested last week in an espionage crackdown were indicted yesterday on spy charts, thii Ko-j aw!lrdo( , to rirsl. second, third rran Home Ministry announced to- | ^^ fm , rth place wlnners Tnpre a ^L i,- 1 wM he two feature race* chirtne The othrr .^even u-pre releasert. ' j noon starting Thxirsday afternoon, ()ct. 2. Purses totaling 52,625 will King Faisal in England SOUTHAMPTON. England m — Irntj'K King Faisal II arrived here today from New York aboard the liner Quern Elizabeth [or a weeklong state yisit to Britain. Read Courier News Classiltcd Ads land." He emphasized that children under 12 years of age will be admitted to the fairgrounds free. R ~V t —•~~t / ^ llZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. 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