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Six Defendants Lose
Motion for Acquittal
in Red Plot Trial
' ' By th« Associated Press
BALTIMORE, Mar. 21.—Six
Communist Party figures today
lost their move to have a Federal
judge dismiss charges of conspire
ing to advocate violent overthrow
of the Government,
j Judge W. Calvin Chesnut over
ruled a motion for directed acquit
tal after a hearing.
He did not rule immediately on
motions to wipe out the testi
mony of several prosecution wit
To Deny Teaching Revolt.
Defense lawyers will begin Mon
day the presentation of testimony
designed to show the six de
fendants did not themselves ac
tually teach anything about
overthrowing the Government.
After introducing the 10th Gov
ernment witness yesterday, United
States Attorney Bernard J. Flynn
rested his case. All but the last
of the Government’s witnesses
was either a former Communist
or an undercover agent who
joined the party to inform on the
Pamphlets, Books Used.
Scores of books and pamphlets
which the prosecution claims
proves that the party’s aim was
to overthrow capitalistic govern
ments. including that of the
United States, were placed in evi
dence by the Government in nine
days of court sessions. .
The last prosecution witness,
Frank Barnickol, a Baltimore
banker, testified yesterday that
I Mr. and Mrs. Philip Frankfeld,
Mrs. Dorothy Rose Blumberg and
i George Meyers were authorized at
I various times to sign checks as
party officers.
Other witnesses identified the
other two defendants, Leroy
Wood and Maurice Braverman, as
party members in official capacity.
Charged on Smith Act.
Mr. Flynn attempted to prove
through party literature and the
testimony of former Communists
and undercover agents that the
party advocates violent overthrow
of the United States Government
as charged under terms of the
Smith Act.
Through other testimony he
has attempted to link the defend
ants to positions in the party,
with special emphasis to teach
ing functions.
However, at least one witness,
an undercover agent, has testi
| fled that though he attended
classes taught by Mrs. Blumberg
and Frankfeld, violent revolution
i was not mentioned.
|Thief Has Conscience
LONDON, Mar. 21 {IP}. — A
cracksman with a conscience blew 1
j open the safe at a trucking depot
I here early today. He took £I,OO01
| ($2,800) but passed up a collection
box full of coins for the blind. j
Ourisman Named by Dealers
As Chairman of Soap Box Derby
Promises Increased
Financial Help to
Entrants in Race
By Meredith S. Buel
Mandell J. Ourisman, a leading
Washington Chevrolet dealer, has
been appointed by the Metropoli
tan Area Chevrolet dealers as
their general chairman for the
1952 Washington Soap Box Derby.
Mr. Ourisman, vice president of
Ourisman Chevrolet Co., 610 H
street N.E., has long been associ
ated with Derby activities here.
The new chairman, at a recent
meeting here of Derby officials,
“Chevrolet this year plans give
more financial help to boys wish
ing to enter the race than ever
before. I have good reason to be
lieve the 1952 Derby will be the
biggest ever held in Washington."
Message for Entrants.
Mr. Ourisman said Chevrolet
will issue a statement shortly,
which “will be of great benefit
to every Derby pilot in the Met
ropolitan Area.
“We are in the midst of setting
up a program which will make it
Derby Guide
The Event—A coaster race
for boys 11 through 15, in
which contestants drive cars
of their own building.
Time—July 19.
Sponsors—The Star and
Metropolitan Area Chevrolet
dealers, in co-operation with
the District Department of
the American Legion.
Registration—At the near
est Chevrolet office.
The 13 Chevrolet agencies are:
Addison, Fourteenth street and Flor
ida avenue N.W.; Aero Auto Co., 1101
King street. Alexandria; Barry-Pate.
1130 Connecticut avenue N.W.;
Chevy Chase Motor Co., 7726 Wis
consin avenue N.W.; Hicks. 1340
Upshur street N.W., and Kenyon-
Peek, 2836 Wilson boulevard. Arling
Also Lustine Nicholson. 6710 Bal
timore avenue. Hyattsvllle; Mandell,
1800 Nichols avenue S.E.; Ourisman,
610 H street N.E.; Stohlman, 3307
M street N.W.: Williams, 1339 East-
West highway, Silver Spring, and
Wlssinger, Seven Corners, Fails
much easier on boys’ pocketbooks
when they begin coaster construc
tion," he added.
The Derby official had this mes
sage for all entrants:
“Any boys who have trouble
constructing their racers should
immediately contact the Chevro
let dealer with whom they reg
istered. They will be given expert
instruction on building their cars
by members of our Service De
partment. We do not want boys
dropping out because of construc
tions problems."
Good, Healthy Competition.
Mr. Ourisman said the various
Chevrolet agencies plan to give ice
cream and cake parties for boys
interested in the Derby. At the
same time, there will be a film'
showing racers in action at the All
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American Coaster finals in Akron,
Ohio, last summer. Date of the
parties will be announced later.
Meanwhile, Lt. Forrest L. Bins
wanger, director of the nine Met-'
ropolitan Police Boys’ Clubs, said
club members will get underway
soon on coaster construction.
“The Soap Box Derby is my idea
of good, healthy competition,” Lt.
Blnswanger declared. “Such a
constructive project not only
teaches a boy good sportsmanship
but how to use the various shop
tools. At the same time it gives
him an incentive to build as he
has the chance to show off his
championship ability the day of
the race.”
There are hundreds of gifts
given locally to boys who race in
the thrill-packed event. The top
national prizes are a $5,000 schol
arship to any college in the coun
try and a new Chevrolet sedan.
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the-minute Derby news.
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