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24 J. B. Ass'n St. Kan. 1 (1955-1956)

handle is hein.barjournals/jkabr0024 and id is 1 raw text is: 9Journal of the Bar Association
of the State of Kansas
VOL XXIV                          AUGUST, 1955                                 No. 1
Published Quarterly, August, November, February and May, by the
. Bar Association of the State of Kansas
Address Journal communications to Franklin Corrick, Editor-in-Chief,
Third Floor, Statehouse, Topeka, Kansas
Entered as Second-Class Matter, September 8, 1949, at the Post Office at Topeka, Kansas
Under the Act of March 3, 1879.
JUDGE MEDINA'S SPEECH*
Mr. President, members of th  judiciary, especially my colleagues on the
Federal judiciary whom I view with special affection, members of the Kansas
State Bar and your ladies, and friends: This is a proud morh-ent for me. Mrs.
Medina and I have never been to Kansas
before. We had always thought that you
were friendly people. We've only been
here a short time-got here last night, but
I think those of you who have seen me
and seen her today will appreciate the
sincerity with which I speak when I say,
we really enjoyed ourselves here. We feel
that we're one of you. We feel so much
at home and so comfortable in your midst,
it seems as though we've been here al-
ways. I don't know       just what there is
abe t this part of the country, to make
.stranger.s-really that's what we are in a
way-feel so much at home so quickly is
something that is given to very few com-
munities to be able to do.
Now what I'm going to do tonight is
to tell you something about the communist
HAROLD R. MEDINA
trial and then make a few      reflections on
this great country of ours based upon some of my experiences. And I am going
to do that by way of contrast, because I don't suppose any amount of argument
'Copies of Judge Medina's speech and a review of his recent book (page 1-16 hereof) are. being distributed by
the Public Relations Committee of Bar Association of Kansas in response to various requests; the speech was
delivered at the 73rd Annual Banquet of the Bar Association of the State of Kansas, Hutchinson. May 20. 1955.
EDrTOR's NOTE: The following are excerpts from introductory remarks of Claude I. Depew. President of the
Bar Association of the State of Kansas:
One of the privileges, and sometimes attached of the president of the Bar Association of the State of Kansas.
is to select a speaker for the Annual Banquet... .That was not much of a task, but realy was a pleasure to me the
way my burden turned out. I have heard the man who will speak this evening, and I have admired him for a long

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