Nov. 25, 1947: House Indicts the ‘Hollywood 10’ for Contempt

Nov. 25, 1947, L.A. Times

L.A. Times, Nov. 25, 1947

Note: This is an encore post from 2005 and originally appeared on the 1947project.

One Republican, Claude I. Bakewell of Missouri; Vito Marcantonio of the American Labor Party; and 15 Democrats voted against this measure: John Blatnik of Minnesota; Sol Bloom of New York; John A. Carroll of Colorado; Emmanuel Celler of New York; Helen Gahagan Douglas of California; Herman Eberharter of Pennsylvania; Franck Havenner of California; Chet Holifield of California; Walter Huber of Ohio; Frank Karsten of Missouri; Arthur G. Klein of New York; Thomas Ellsworth Morgan of Pennsylvania; Joseph Lawrence Pfeifer of New York; Adam Clayton Powell of New York; and George Gregory Sadowski of Michigan.


Quote of the day: “Pretty please.”

What Minnie Chapman refused to say to her husband, George, while they were drinking—so he shot her to death. Chapman was sentenced to Pennsylvania’s electric chair in the “Pretty Please Murder.”

L.A. Times, Nov. 25, 1947
Nov. 25, 1947, L.A. Times

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