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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
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And—as all good housewives know —everybody, just everybody loves Jell-O! « MlPi 4 •jfLL.O IS A Nnurmo trade-mark of general foods corforation I You'll never know how pood instant coffee can be until you tty backed by neatly 100 years of coffee experience teemt^OSea»ernUPmeSeldUeeeffie»tlldkokklP.eWneeoWWW f m*¥ni Michigan Red Probe Nears End: Legislator Is Unwilling Witness Sy *h* Aitodtrtad Pr«»» DETROIT, Mar. 11.—The com munism - in,- Michigan inquiry headed toward a possible early conclusion today. Members of the House Un- American Activities Committee were reported talking of finishing the job in two or three days after having -first planned a full five day session. As the hearing resumed a for . m er Michigan State Senator was i on the record as one of the *in- I quiry’s many unwilling witnesee. Polish-bom Stanley Nowak, 49, for 10 years a Democratic legisla tor from Wayne (Detroit) County, I refused for the most part of his I four hours on the stand yester- I day to answer questions. Toward the end of Mr. Nowak’s ! testimony a “Mr. X” took the | stand to name the former Sena | tor as one of the persons at a I reputed Communist membership meeting in 1937. First Mr. Nowak was confronted with “Mr. X” and asked if he | could identify him. Mr. Nowak ; refused to answer, saying he j feared he might/‘lay myself open ! to charges.” % Subsequently it developed that “Mr. ” —in reality Casimir Ratal, 50, Marine City, Mich., farmer and Detroit auto shop worker— had spied on Detroit Communists from 1936 to 1938. Mr. Rataj testified he saw Mr. Nowak at a 1937 meeting in De troit. I Mr. Rataj. said Mr. Nowak was criticized at the meeting for fail ' ing to solicit “subscriptions”—par ty memberships. He said that Mr. Nowak explained that he was handicapped by his effort to keep his Identity secret. i Indictment Charges Attempt to Rob Bank A 28-year-old man wai indicted yesterday on charges of attempted robbery at the Second National Bank, 1333 G street N.W., on Feb ruary 6. He is Claude B. Price, who is charged with trying to force Harold Gregoire, a teller, to hand over funds belonging to the bank. The indictment accuses Price of landing Mr. Gregoire a shopping bag and a note, which read: “Fill this up, nitro.” At the same time, police said, Price displayed a bottle which later was found to contain more dangerous than a polish remover. Instead of complying with Price’s demands, * Mr. Gregoire notified another bank officer, who called police, and Price was ar rested on the scene. 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