CRIME: Honeymoon

Majority stockholder of the potent Atlanta Journal is wrinkled, wealthy Mrs. Richard Gray. One of her sons is the Journal's Editor James Richard Gray. One of her grandsons, and Editor Gray's nephew, is 29-year-old Richard Gray Gallogly. To the many sorrows he has brought on his doting grandmother, Dick Gallogly last week added another, thereby giving Georgia its juiciest crime story in many a day.

In 1928, dissolute, giddy Dick Gallogly, a student at Oglethorpe (Hearst-admired) University, had a hand in killing a drugstore cashier. Dick Gallogly drove the getaway car. Another...

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