The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 24, 1952
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TWO •LTTHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAT, SEPT. 84, 19W Justice Department Examines Lawson'OutsideFinancialAicT By JACK ADAMS WASHINGTON (>Pj — A special Justice Department examination oil federal laws in relation to "outside! financial help" received by public j officials Is under way amid constd-' erable confusion as to how It got .started. The While House at first claimed credit for originating the Idea in connection with the 518,000 expense account provided Son. Richard Nixon by California supporter.',, and then disclaimed having anything to do with it whatsoever. At the Justice Lie-pa! tment. where a crisp "No comment" greeted nil Inquiries nbont the imdcrtflkltis. th: indications were Hint the project was an extension of Attv, I McCiranery'.s apparent policy "doing something" nho"t pvorythlrt; uouldnt' discuss the situation at all. However, it was learned that Nixon's speech of last night leaving to FBI Nabs One 01 Most Wanted Boise National Forest Scene of Capture For Thomas Young ,, wnrd of;,,,, BOISE, Idaho M*» -- Thomas Ed- YounR. 34, one of the F'RI'i 10 most wanted" finilives. and hi: --, , ,, , . .. , wife M:ir<;:tr<!l. 32. wvrc surprl-r»< that comes up- within his Jiirisdic-j nml M p llirPd yo.sicrdav by FBI ^ on - , , , n^enl.s in (he wild, rugged McGrnncry. latest of a forIPS of - government "clcin-vip" men, lo'k office last May in -succession 10 Atty. Gen. J, Howard M'GraMi, who went out unr'cr lo"d criticism that he had "tirnffp.rd his feet" on matters req'jfrina prompt action. No Admission As Vet The department Itself Ins not as yet officially admitted: any inquiry Into the irntter of supplemental funds for federal officers. However. the Republican campaign managers the question of whether he v.111 con inue R.S the GOP candidate for vice president made no difference in the study project, These sources emphasized that what was under way wns not an in vc.=,t teat ion of Nixon himself, or his special funds, but a broad study Into the whole question of non- government financial support for persons in public office. Suggestions by some newsmen that the department might have in mind sonic publican vice presidential candidate brought expressions of shocked surprise at the Justice Ucpiirtmetn. Reporters got the Impression that the altitude 'there was that the Nixon matter was ono to be settled inside the Republican party command itself. NATO Ends Naval North Sea Games American Cruiser 'Blasts' Enemy Raider from Sea Accused Man Calls General Ike as Witness shortly alter it became known that McGranery had directed aides ( o study the statutes In this connection, a White House secretary told reporters that President Truman himself had asked the attorney general to look Into the inMter of Nixon's supplemental funds. A Jew hours later the - c amc secretary announced ho had been mistaken, that the White House had given no directive to the justice Department. "There has been no White House intervention at all," he .said. One report had It that McGrnn- ery ordered the Inquiry after the President "mentioned" the Nixon fund to him after last Friday's weekly Cabinet meeting. Won't IMwiUM Situation The Justice Department Just The fnnple. cornered on a lonely iiio-'.vav mountain road, .surrcnd- ted meekly although they we're levity armed. The FIJI had searched for fhn couple* intensively -sinre. they e.s- I caned from the Fargo. N. D., Jail I l Dnc. 27, They were hclrl there sifter arraignment on charges nf robbing two North Dakota Post offices. v Ttie two fugitives were arraigned before U. S. Commissioner Glenn A CouMilan and held on bonds set fat S25.CQO each. ABOARD USS MIDWAY (A NATO naval chiefs rang the curtain down on "Operation Mnlnbrn today after the American cru Quincy "blasted" a mata-beltavc enemy raider out of the North Sea The raider—disguised as a merchant ship—was the British minelayer Apollo. Tt had raced out of the Kattegat Straits between Den- nctloti against the Re- mark and Sweden, prcsuma^ Impersonating a Russian surface vessel breaking out of the Baltic Sea. Shore based aircraft .shadowed the speeding ship until the Quincy brought it under the "fire" of her guns about 140 miles east of Britain's Orkney Islands. • The last major operation of the j 200 ship fleet under the command • of U. S. Vice A<lm. Felix B. Stump; was to refurt today off the: .shelter- ; ing coast of Norway near ihc en-| trance to Oslo Fjord. After refueling was completed,' the fleet ft-as to break up. j Grand Jury Won't Indict BALTIMORE (/T'j — Attorneys 'or Goorne Edward Grammcr, accusrcl o! killing his wife and trying to make It look like an accident, have summoned Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower to appear ns a character witness In the murder trial beginning Oct. 6, Anthony S. Federlco, counsel for the 36-year-old New Yorker, sai( the Republican presidential candidate was among 26 witnesses callfit because Grammcr once served in an Army counter-intelligence unit 1 which threw him into contact win Ebenhowcr. Eisenhower reportedly once gave G rammer a recommendation for employment. | Federlco said he expected a deputy Ehe*rifl to serve the summons on the general late Thursday when Elsenhower speaks here at the 5th Regiment Armory, attaches said Eisenhower probably would be excused from attending the trial because of the campaign and that a letter from him would he acceptable. Dorothy May Grammer, 33, was found dead in her car after it careened down a hilly road In North Baltimore. It first appeared she died from injuries sustained in the crash of her car at the bottom of the hill, but medical examination later showed she had been fatally Injured before the crash. Jewish Rail Anniversary JERUSALEM f/P) — The Jaffa- Jerusalem railway line, the oldest In the Holy Land, recently celebrated Its 60th anniversary. The anniversary coincided with the inaugural runs of the first three diesel locomotives acquired by the Israel State Railways, For the time being they are destined for freight and passenger trains on the Haifa-Tel Aviv line In the coastal plain. makes ^ your coofr/'/rp your fat coo f/ny Couple Anticipates 75th Anniversary CENTRALIA. III. M>> —Orandmn Alien nn<l Jerry Pope of Hinghnm are looking forward to n s>nln celebration of their 75th wedtiintr anniversary next August. She's 00 and he's E>f>, A daughter — one of 1-10 direct descendants — was asked If her parents htul tins on how to stay married out so Jonf?. Klic replied none, but — '^Dncl just kind of lets Mom have her own way." More than 100 relatives turned out for the 7*th anniversary. UPl „ A federal crand Jury has refused to indict the blind operator of a news stand In I he main Postotficc who had been accused of Inking some money he reported stolen. The action yesterday amounted lo n] of Ihr, charges against Ben L, Bond. 50. HonrI rcuorted the news stand hrul been broken into nnd almost SSOO taken on an August weekend. Several clays later, while detectives were working on the, he stepped up to a guard in the Postoffice, gave him a paper bag containing the money, and said It hart been returned. Bond was arrested and accused of taking $300. the amount advanced i for operation of the business by the Maryland Workshop for the Blind. Boy Runs Newspaper With Circulation oi 37 NUTLEY. N, J. (/P)— Eleven-year- old Ed'A art! wants to be a newspaper editor and, what's more, he's working at the Job right now. The youngster puts out a weekly paper on his father's mimeograph i machine consisting of neighborhood | news. H sells for 2 cents and the; circulation has risen to 37, Edward has a staff of five reporter-circulation men. He got the Idea for a newspaper from a comic book he was reading while laid up in bed with a sore foot. Fashion wardrobe for $50 A cliic jacket dress in a lovely shade of blue, with a striped skirt separate, too ... a jac- quardert cotton dress with pushup sleeves and a Mare . . . and even a lovely beige twt*d topcoat! They're so to make — so perfect for year-round wear! And patterns, fabrics . . . every- UiinK to the last button ot these go-anywhere-any-Li me fashions — cost but $50. You'll find them featured in the Octol>er issue of The Indies' Home Journal. NOTICE Mr. Quentin Still, of the Still Gin Company, Steel*, Missouri, has been appointed as manager of the Mid-South Chemical Company Anhydrous Ammonia plant at Yarhro, Arkansas, This plant is located 14 miie west of Highway 61, one mils north of Yarhro, Arkansas. Mr. Still will he glad to supply the farms of th« Blytheville, Yarbro, Holland and Steel areas with their requirements for Anhydrous Ammonia Nitrogen. Please Phone Mr. Still at Still Gin Company, Sleele, Missouri — No. 153 or 10-F-4 — for your Anhydrous Ammonia requirements. MID-SOUTH CHEMICAL CO. 1235 Riverside Drive Phone 35-1681 Memphis, Term. Playtex 13 FABRIC NEXT TO YOUR SKIN M * Moulds you and holds you in fall's latest fashions/ * Slims you naturally, gracefully, comfortably/ * Leaves you free ns a breeze.' * Oae smooth piece of miracle latex/ * With cloud-soft fabric next to your skin.' * Without n single seam, stitch or bone/ * Invisible under the most hip-hugging clothes.' * Four new Adjust-All Garters to fit just you 1 . ^c Washes in seconds, dries in a flash.' /Vou' in'//i ncio •ADJUST-ALL garten "M Exclusively Yours At JIEDEL'S ILES PER GALLON" is something everyone talks about—and Buick owners take pride in telling us that they're doing OK on this score. But the kind of miles is important too. 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