INVESTIGATIONS: Target in the White House

The Republican hunt for Government insiders who may have profited by speculation reached into the White House this week. Flushed up on one of Agriculture Secretary Clinton Anderson's lists of grain traders was the name of Brigadier General Wallace Graham, the President's personal physician. He was listed as having market commitments covering 50,000 bushels of wheat during September (when Government purchases were heavy and grain prices were zooming).

Dr. Graham hastily explained that he had sold out and stayed out of the market immediately after Harry Truman had denounced speculators as the villains of inflation. But that explanation would probably...

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