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Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - July 14, 1957, Anderson, Indiana Trials May by Edmond Lebreton Washington in there has been talk inspired by a recent supreme court decision of re suming trials by the House or Senate of witnesses who balk at questions from investigating committees. But. If Congress Ever seriously considers taking Over this recent years left to the courts some member with a Long Mem Ory is sure to remind it of the Roar of laughter that swept the country in 1934. That year saw the last trial for contempt at the bar of the Senate. But first the american Public sated with Reading of depression at Home and Hitler abroad whooped with Delight at the spec Tacle of a nimble lawyer and a Swallowtail coated Senate ser Geant at arms pursuing each oth or through the e capital s better known landmarks. After the Senate won its Point and ordered two prominent Citi Zens to jail for 10 Days each the supreme court declined to inter Fere. Ironically it is another decision of the. Supreme somewhat different now has some senators and House members talking of resuming trials with the aggrieved lawmakers themselves As judge and jury. It was the great air mail con tract controversy of 1934 that led to the Senate s extraordinary pro Anderson sunday Herald Page 5 w. Jurney some of the Docu ments were taken out of the at Toney s files. Maccracken contended through out he complied As fully As he could with the Senate s orders. He said if any air mail documents pertinent to the inquiry were taken out it was by inadvertence. But senators spoke darkly of files stripped and Birned. Mac Cracken and three clients were cited for contempt of the Senate. The duty of arresting Mac Cracken fell to Jurney who wore a working uniform of Swallowtail coat striped trousers 10-gallon hat red Carnation in buttonhole and Silver headed Cane in hand. For several Days he hunted Maccracken with a Senate War rant. Then abruptly the roles were reversed. Maccracken decided it would be Best to be arrested by the Senate then have a court take him Oul of Senate custody with a writ of Hareas Corpus. Maccracken tried1 to persuade Duraey to arrest him in the clerk s office at the District of Columbia courthouse described afterwards As a comfortable Public office where any gentleman could be arrested with Jurney understandably con fused consulted his Senate superiors who apparently smelled a rat. So he declined to arrest Alac Cracken. But Maccracken was persistent he showed up at Jurney s Home on saturday feb. .10, demanding to be Jurney said no and Maccracken said he was moving in. Jurney hospitably be up a cot in the living room Anc Maccracken s attorney sent in a pair of sky Blue pyjamas a tooth Brush and other necessities. The District of Columbia court d1scuss supreme court decision Dayton m. Harrington Rigny one of the. Attorneys for army specialist William with japanese and american newsmen outside the . Tests ban draws russian attack London up Russia has charged that the american. Proposal for a 10-month ban on nuclear test was an intolerable ultimatum that no nation could accept. The United states denied the charge. A bitter and lengthy attack on the United states position by Soyi it disarmament Delegate Valerian Zorin coupled with Badio mos cow charges that the West was confused in its approach to Dis armament. The two moves jarred Lopes for agreement at the five Power talks Here. Observers said the russian line appeared to have hardened since he shakeup in the Kremlin last week. Zorin complained that the Amer ican demand for a 10-month tryout suspension of nuclear weapons tests instead of the soviet proposal for a two to three year moratorium on such tests amounted to a take-it-6r-leave-it proposal. This was an ultimatum that presented Russia with an intolerable he said. No self respecting nation can accept such a proposal he said. . Disarmament Delegate har old e. Stassen supported by the delegates of Britain France and Canada denied Zorin s charge. Stassen speaking quietly and in a matter of fact manner said the plated details of the american nuclear controls proposal. Lie summarized them As 10-Mohth ban on tests. Ban on production of nuclear program to reduce Stock program once the first arraignment delayed Are taken. Month ban As too Brief a time. Legionnaire Dies Greenfield ind. E. Lyon 61, commander of the Indi Indianapolis we arraign ss1? of Nathan w. Brown 57. Terre haute was delayed Friday when his attorney appealed for piles and convert bombs to peace Ana department of the american legion in 1954-55, died thursday us uses. On use weapons Only in self defense. Night in Hancock memorial hos Pital two Days after at tack. He. Was of an continuation of efforts to work Indianapolis lumber company. It a disarm among i out a comprehensive disarmament the right to poll members of the grand jury that indicted him for the murder of his Mother in Law. Attorney Harry d. Hatfield pre seated the request verbally on be half of Brown who is accused of slaying mrs. Dorothy Henthorn 64, Indianapolis last april 5. C a l in i l j to it .1 i i t n n i i Duci us i Tut ill Duuck u1c supreme court building of Washington thursday offer the court upheld 8-0 fhe government s 1-rjnjted states had made a great Medure. The Senate committee to investigate. Among those told to come with nil Perti nent papers were several air line meanwhile issued a writ and Law yers began wrangling As to Wyeth Maccracken was or was t in Jurney and Jils prisoner or guest or. Leaving Hati coat and Silver. I Between Jan. 31, when pane behind to throw the Cracken got his subpoena and attorney off the track. Feb. 6, when he first this action was described by Laden with papers and marshalled Maccracken s lawyer As Stab by a sergeant at arms Chesle wishing the first Legal precedent of free a Bonus from 50 50 50 free top value Stamps this Coupon entitles name address to receive 50 free top value Stamps when presented at either Anderson Kroger store with any Purchase this Coupon expires july 21 limit 1 Coupon per family 50 ouzo 50 decision to turn Over to Japan for trial in the killing of a japanese woman. At left is move Forward by offering a Mich Tomt of Japan s Kyodo news service. Man of Center is not a wire photo month in the past 10 the United states has opposed any Halti a prisoner released by the flight blodm1ngton, ind. Lyl wiking an Industrial development con a in nuclear testing. Of an arresting Iliam a. Shepler 48, head of at Indiana University Stassen also announced at thei pastoral Indianapolis Iff the Rev. James a Doty , mass., pastor was named Friday to a new Job As Indiana director methodist pastoral care and coun seling. Doty will Start aug. 1 on the new program which will include one Day pastoral counselling work shops in the 17 districts through which Church affairs arc administered in Indiana. Eventually Pas toral counselling centers will be j set up in several cities. S a l e Sale ends july 30th cards including popular Sunshine line cards cards children s assortments gift and thank you notes Christmas note stationery gift enclosures regular to Box assortments now regular to Box assortments now regular 65c boxes now hurry get them while they last gospel trumpet co. East 5th Chisnut Sis. Phone 5502 4 but Congress could not let department of Commerce he was taken to Bloomington session the 135th in three years divertissement go on forever. Land Public relations suffered a Hospital where his condition negotiations under United Jurney on monday was attack Friday while attend reported serious. Tons auspices that he has com Ujj sized to arrest Maccracken who finally was haled before the bad of a dead serious Senate. It heard hours before voting 54-20, that Mac a Cracken was guilty of meanwhile three of the actor a Ney s clients also had been tried by the Senate for contempt but Only one l. H. Brittin former vice president of Northwest air ways was convicted. Maccracken and Brittin were sentenced to 10 Days in jail he was too broken to fight any longer did his time immediately. Maccracken apr pealed but the supreme Courti eventually upheld the Senate s right to try him. Maccracken served his sentence in 1935, leaving behind him at the District of Columbia jail a repute i lion As a Superior Bridge player j throughout the proceedings he had remained personally Friendly terms not Only with Jur Ney but with the head of the Spe Cial Striate investigating commit tee the Man who made the motion for his arrest. Sen. Hugo l. Black of Alabama. Maccracken is still a practising attorney in Washington. Black is now Justice Black Ohhet supreme member of the majority which rendered the decision last month declaring witnesses before congressional committees must be told plainly How the questions put to them Are legislatively pertinent. Fabulous Low Price me was co Dur in 16 exciting school colors color Bright Corduroy that makes a Complete wardrobe is now yours at this new Low Price. Corduroy that emerges from the washing machine Bright and cheerful the Day you bought it. Corduroy covers a vast amount of sew ing uses. Let it prove it s crease resistance and durability in creepers for Junior enjoy it s soft velvety feel in a flaring daring skirt. Spring knig Fet prints our own new fall lady Carroll Cottons Home and your a Defoi gift with these Beautiful Cottons at Oric is that please. Cd. Fee fabric with 1001 Jusei around the Home and save on every thing from Drc sies to cafe curtains. Cd. 39 third floor regular 2.99 unlined drapes Fine Quality new summer patterns in Floral moderns and scenious at a Price that you con easily afford. Regular 8.95. Folding doors luxurious accordion pleats in Pearl Grey sandalwood and soft White install it yourself in minutes easy to clean and keep clean. Third floor regular 3.99 backcloth drapes third floor regular ,3.99 lined drapes All first Quality of affect Tor every room Sou can t beat these exiting window Charm for Volue patterns ind colors to Malch my decor All first Quality decorate your rooms full Width Floral modern a and attractive Euf pct Erni. 84" to 4.99 third i ook third floor Only 12 shopping Days left during this Gigantic quitting business Sale. On Satur Day july 27th, we close our doors at our Uptown store forever we have taken drastic reductions on everything in our store. All merchandise left will be sold at Public auction starting wednesday july 31st. Just look at these savings Pink metallic Jet by Berne Raspberry Nylon 7 or shift twi i l. Green Wool frieze by Berns 26950 Berna sofa suite Brem 24950 sofa 28950 sofa 77050 sofa i.17 by seme 37050 7 p. Chi re 3 i 1 c j u i i t by Berne brow i Tweed 29950.2-pc sectional 19950sofa z19 Jofa charcoal by Berne 740507 or ii it jul i your Choice in Brown or biege sectional Black in White and Black 27950 21950 21950 22950 21950 .28950 20950 9950 16950 17950 19950 31950 2-pc sectional in 50 All sales final 29950 3-pc bedroom suite 2995d 3-pc bedroom suite White wine 22950 3-pc bedroom suite 23950 3-pc bedroom suite inbeig8 Mah Gads 21950 26950 17950 Many other Complete suites to choose from As Well As real savings on Odd chests Odd Beds and night stands big reduction on All Lawn furniture Lawn umbrellas Sale. 95 and nothing held Back 311 50 3895012 it refrigerator All electric and Gas ranges 20% All Dinette sets 25% All Simmons hide a Beds 2q% off All studio couches dining room suites 25% All pictures 50% my k Kors Bevelled plate . 25% carpet while it lasts _ 25% Lane Cedar chests 25% off off off off off off All Wanda weve Cotton throw rugs off All fans o to lamps 249 Reg. 3.95 Sola sewing cases i49 Reg. 7.49 Salt listed above Are just a few of the Many bargains in our store. It would take Many pages to list everything. Come see for yourself j we do mean business. Store will be closed All Day monday and tuesday july 29 and 30 to prepare for the greatest Sale in history of Anderson Mcdonald s Uptown store 1222 Meridian Street phone 7729

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