Law: In Manhattan

It was one of those footless cases which a dash of sex appeal and a tang of alcohol make so palatable for the public—a typical Broadway morsel—that was dished up last week in a Federal court in Manhattan. The protagonists were the Government (in the person of U. S. District Attorney Emory R. Buckner) and Earl Carroll, theatrical pander. The issue: to convict Mr. Carroll of perjury in sworn testimony he gave to two Grand Juries last winter when the Government investigated a Washington's Birthday party given...

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