National Affairs: Daughter for Father

in gold by a Federal grand jury. Facing a possible fine of $10,000, which the once rich Thomases could ill afford to pay, or a ten-year prison sentence, she stoutly declared: "I loathe the publicity involved, but there is something beyond my personal preferences—my obligation to test unconstitutional rights as an American citi zen." Her eyes filled with tears as she added, "In this I have my father's complete approval. How he would stand with me if he were able." Not her father, who was once famed Haw ("Silver Dollar") Tabor's lawyer, but Miss...

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