Oversize Clippings V

  1. " The Washington Post "
    Date: February 16, 1957
    Article #1: "Reds Will Take Lead in Science, Teller Says"
    Author: John G. Norris
    Published for/in: The Washington Post (page A1)
    Content: Reports the prediction of Dr. Edward Teller, one of the creators of the Hydrogen bomb, that because of apathy and the general anti-intellectual atmosphere of the United States the Soviet Union will have the best scientist as well as superior scientific knowledge within the next ten years.
    Article #2: "16 Spy Nets in U.S., Ex-Red Estimates"
    Author: Jay Lewis
    Published for/in: The Washington Post (page A2)
    Content: Reports the testimony of Alexander Orlove, and ex-NKVD official, to the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee that at least sixteen Communist spy rings exist in the United States.

  2. " The Evening Star "
    Date: January 25, 1956
    Article #1: "Hughes Material Forged, McCarthy Ex-Aide Says"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Evening Star (page A5)
    Content: Reports that Francis P. Carr, former executive staff director of the McCarthy Senate Permanent Investigations Subcommittee, branded as forgeries documents purportedly signed by him and used by Paul H. Hughes, an individual currently on trial on a charge of having falsely testified before a Federal grand jury on matters concerning Harvey M. Matusow, as authorization to act as a subcommittee investigator.

  3. " The Washington Daily News "
    Date: January 4, 1957
    Article #1: "There is Only One Way to Deal with Russians...the Fearless Way"
    Author: Joseph Cloud
    Published for/in: The Washington Daily News (page 2)
    Content: Reports some of Marx's writings concerning Russia itself and claims that Marx never really liked Russia.

  4. " New York Herald Tribune "
    Date: January 27, 1956
    Article #1: "McCarthy Calls Notes Forgeries: Senator on Stand at Hughes Trial"
    Author: M. Jay Racusin
    Published for/in: New York Herald Tribune (page 3)
    Content: Reports the testimony of Senator Joseph McCarthy at the perjury trial of Paul H. Hughes. McCarthy testified that Hughes was never employed by him and had no authorization to use his name.
    Article #2: "Court Rules Probe Can't Force Naming of Names"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: New York Herald Tribune (page 3)
    Content: Announces the ruling of the United States Court of Appeals that Congressional committees have no authority to compel witnesses to expose former Communists simply for the sake of their exposure.

  5. " Ashland Daily Press "
    Date: January 16, 1956
    Article #1: "Boyle, Milw., Announces for the US Senate"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Ashland Daily Press (page 2)
    Content: Announces the plans of Howard H. Boyle to run for on of the US Senate seats for Milwaukee.

  6. " New York Post "
    Date: January 30, 1956
    Article #1: "Prosecution Winds Up Hughes Perjury Case"
    Author: Mitchell Levitas
    Published for/in: New York Post (page 27)
    Content: Reports on the testimony of the final witness for the prosecution, Richard J. O'Melia, in the case of Paul H. Hughes, on trial for perjury.

  7. "Crosby vs. Aware Hard on Sponsors"
    Date: (?)
    Author: George E. Sokolsky
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Criticizes John Crosby and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) for passing a resolution to condemn Aware Inc. for blacklisting individuals believed to have Communist connections.

  8. " The Tablet: A Catholic Weekly "
    Date: March 31, 1956
    Article #1: "One Day's News Helps Anti-Reds on Three Fronts"
    Author: Don Zirkel
    Published for/in: The Tablet (page 1)
    Content: Announces the decision of the Supreme Court to uphold the constitutionality of the Immunity Act of 1954, which clarifies the Fifth Amendment and gives the government the right to compel witnesses to testify in national security cases in exchange for immunity from prosecution. The result of this decision is that three individuals named by Elizabeth Bently, a former Communist, were able to be prosecuted. Individuals prosecuted were William Ludwig Ullmann, Lauchlin B. Currie, and the late Harry Dexter White, all former employees of the Treasury Department.
    Article #2: "'Daily Worker' Offices, Red Headquarters Closed"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Tablet (page 1)
    Content: Announces the closing of the Daily Worker offices by the Treasury Department on account of nonpayment of taxes.
    Article #3: "Note Red Power in Government: New Documents Show Influence of Harry Dexter White"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Tablet (page 1)
    Content: Reports that papers taken from the files of the late Harry Dexter White cast a revealing light on his activities while employed by the government.
    Article #4: "Winston, Green Find McCarthyism is Alive"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Tablet (page 1)
    Content: Reports that two Communist Party leaders, Gilbert Green and Henry Winston, who had been fugitives for four and a half years before turning themselves into the Justice Department, were sentenced to eight years each in prison.

  9. " The Tablet: A Catholic Weekly "
    Date: March 24, 1956
    Article #1: "Prayer to Mark Red Chief's Visit to Great Britian"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Tablet (page 1)
    Content: Reports that in response to the announcement that Premier Nikolai Bulganin of the Soviet Union and Communist Party head Nikita Khrushchev will be visiting Great Britain, Low Sunday, April 8, has been designated as a day of prayer for the persecuted Church.
    Article #2: "F.B.I. Director Outlines Shifts in Red Strategy"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Tablet (page 1)
    Content: Reports the testimony of J. Edgar Hoover, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, that the Communist Pary now plans to operate more openly by forming a massive organization and crusading against the Internal Security Act of 1950, the Smith Act, and other anti-Communist laws.

  10. "Aware Will Keep Fighting"
    Date: (?)
    Author: Leon Racht
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Reports the decision of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) to condemn Aware, Inc. for blacklisting individuals suspected of Communist activities and connections and criticizes it.

  11. " The Catholic Standard "
    Date: January 20, 1956
    Article #1: "Explains Communism on New TV Series"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Catholic Standard (page 11)
    Content: Announces that a program explaining the nature and workings of Communism will be featured on current telecasts of the "Catholic Hour on TV."

  12. " New York Journal-American "
    Date: July 9, 1955
    Article #1: "CBS Play Unhealthy Civic Mood"
    Author: Jack O'Brian
    Published for/in: New York Journal-American (page 18)
    Content: Criticizes the recently televised play "Windows" for its plot and anti-free-enterprise message.

  13. "Subversive Front: Chips Down in AFTRA Red Hassle"
    Date: (?)
    Author: Leon Racht
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Criticizes the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) for passing a resolution to condemn Aware, Inc. for blacklisting individuals suspected of Communist activities or connections.

  14. "These Days: Bricker Proposal a Way to Truth"
    Date: July 15, 19--
    Author: George E. Sokolsky
    Published for/in: Journal ------
    Content: Reports that Congress may adjourn without taking any action on the Bricker Amendment and expresses dissatisfaction with this turn of events.

  15. " Daily News "
    Date: (?)
    Article #1: "US Fighters in Foreign Jails"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Daily News (page ?)
    Content: Criticizes the provision of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization which states that military personal accused of nonmilitary crimes in foreign countries can be tried and sentenced under that countries courts and laws. Announces that the Foreign Affairs Committee has arranged a hearing to discuss such matters.

  16. " Chicago Daily Tribune " (ten copies)
    Date: October 8, 1954
    Article #1: "Anti McCarthy Lobby Reports ten Month Spending of $73, 372: Backs Censure and 'Liberal' Senators"
    Author: William Edwards
    Published for/in: Chicago Daily Tribune (page F3)
    Content: Reports that the anti-McCarthy lobby, which was exposed as the pressure group behind Senator Flanders, has spent $73,372 in 10 months.


> Back To Top