Oversize Clippings XII

Richard J. O'Melia Collection

  1. "Bunche Quizzed By Loyalty Board"
    Date: May 25,1954
    Author: Howard Rushmore
    Published for/in: New York Journal-American
    Content: Secrecy shrouds Dr. Ralph J. Bunche's visits to investigators' offices.

  2. "Dr. Bunche Is Quizzed on Loyalty"
    Date: May 26,1954
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Washington Daily News.
    Content: Dr. Bunche was questioned in secret for 12 hours by the U.S. Government Loyalty Board.

  3. "Army-McCarthy Brawl A Tragic Waste of Time"
    Date: May 29, 1954.
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Chicago Daily News
    Content:

  4. "O'Connor's Contempt Conviction Is Reversed"
    Date: December 21, 1956.
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Washington Post and Times Herald.
    Content: Harvey O'Connor, famed biographer of American millionaires [sic], was found guilty of contempt.
    Article #2: "Proceedings Against Harvey O'Connor For Contempt Of The Senate"
    Date: July 23, 1953
    Report No: 630
    Content: Describes Mr. McCarthy's report on the proceedings against Harvey O'Connor.

  5. "John T. Flynn"
    Date: June 20, 1954
    Produced By: America's Future, Inc.
    Content: Describes Winston Churchill's visit to the U.S. and the points of discussion between President Eisenhower and Winston Churchill.

  6. "He'll Never Face Any Thing Like That Again"
    Date: May 26, 1954
    Author: Milton Berliner
    Published for/in: The Washington Daily News
    Content: Gives information on whether the communist conspiracy has penetrated the U.S. universities.

  7. "Question of Conflicting Loyalties"
    Date: June 8, 1954.
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Chicago Sun-Times.
    Content: Gives information on the loyalty of of any individual in the armed forces or in a governmental demands an oath of loyalty of its employees. Note at the top, "This is it, Dick!"

  8. "Morale Unhurt Ridgway Says"
    Date: June 8, 1954.
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Chicago Sun-Times.
    Content: Gives information that the moral of the army was not hurt by the Army-McCarthy dispute.

  9. "A Newspaper"
    Date: December 31, 1954
    Published for/in: The Evening Star.
    Content (Pages): A-1 to A-4 and A-9 to A-12

  10. "Army-McCarthy Brawl A Tragic Waste of Time."
    Date: May 29, 1954
    Author: John S. Knight
    Published for/in: Chicago Daily News
    Content: President Eisenhower is understandably impatient over the protracted Army-McCathy hearings...Television a Hazard for ambitious Politico...Grilling of Editors A recurring Episode...Private Wires Seized By Black Committee...Editorial Timidity An Alarming Tendency.

  11. "Bid To Recapture Foreign Markets"
    Date: September 28, 1953
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: India exports wheat flour to Burma & Persian Gulf. It was addressed to McCarthy.

  12. "Cold War and Prosperity"
    Date: December 31, 1954
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Evening Star, Washington D.C.
    Content: Businessmen base 1955 optimism on world uncertainty and long-range prospects for continued defense orders.

  13. "AF Won't Try Colonel Believed Involved in Helping Red Girl Spy"
    Date: December 31, 1954
    Author: Jack Steele
    Published for/in: The Washington Daily News
    Content: Gives information that the colonel will not be tried for passing military secrets to a German girl.

  14. "Benton Attacks McCarthy Finance"
    Date: May 21, 1954
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The New York Times.
    Content: Ex-Senator finds Brownell giving 'strange absolution' on senator's money deals.

  15. "Benton Calls for Drive To Force McCarthy Out"
    Date: May 21, 1954
    Author: B. J. Cutler
    Published for/in: The New York Herald
    Content: Former Sen. H. Benton calls McCarthy "an intellectual fraud operating in a moral vacuum", so as to throw out McCarthy.

  16. "What's Behind The Iron Curtain?"
    Date: (?)
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Gives information on the things done in the executive department that will not bear public scrutiny in seeking to stop Sen. McCarthy probe of communist infiltration.

  17. "All Army Officers Must Sign New Loyalty Oaths"
    Date: (?)
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: "Army Secretary Robert T. Stevens has ordered all Army officers to sign new loyalty affidavits". Note on side, "Wash Times 3/23/54".

  18. "Charges 'Featherbedding' in Navy's Pay System"
    Date: August 15 (?)
    Author: William Moore
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Controler General Joseph Campell is attacking the navy's "featherbedding pay practices", like "giving extra sea duty pay to navy personnel on training ships on the Great Lakes".

  19. "Data Is Aired At Hughes Trial"
    Date: January 19, 1956
    Author: Albon B. Hailey
    Published for/in: Washington Post and Times Herald
    Content: New evidence is introduced in the perjury trial of Paul H. Hughes.

  20. "ADA Head Denies He Knew Data Offered by Hughes Was Fictitious"
    Date: January 20, 1956
    Author: Albon B. Hailey
    Published for/in: Washington Post and Times Herald
    Content: Joseph L. Raugh Jr. denies knowledge that material offered by Paul Hughes concerning the, "purported illegal activities of the McCarthy Senate Investigating Subcommittee" was false.

  21. "McCarthy Bid to Appear In Hughes Perjury Trial"
    Date: January 23, 1956
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: The Evening Star
    Content: Senator McCarthy will testify in the perjury trial of Paul H. Hughes, "a private investigator accused of purveying false information about the subcommittee formerly headed by the Senator".

  22. "Friendly Relates Story At Hughes N. Y. Trial"
    Date: January 23 (?)
    Author: Albon B. Hailey
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Describes the testimony of Alfred Friendly, managing editor of The Washington Post and Times Herald, in the perjury trial of Paul Hughes.

  23. "Hughes Called Plotter Of 'Fantastic' Scheme"
    Date: January 17 (?)
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Describes Hughes 'fantastic scheme' and charges against him.

  24. "Hughes Defense Charges Politics"
    Date: January 25, 1956
    Author: Edward Ranzal
    Published for/in: The New York Times
    Content: Describes Paul Hughes' assertions that his trial is "obscured by political motivations".

  25. "McCarthy: One of Eisenhower's Major Decisions"
    Date: May 29, 1956
    Author: John C. O'Brien
    Published for/in: The Philadelphia Inquirer
    Content: Describes Eisenhower's problem of whether or not to break openly with Senator McCarthy who has, "fallen into political oblivion".

  26. "Hughes Papers Take, Says Carr"
    Date: January 26, 1956
    Author: Albon B. Hailey
    Published for/in: Washington Post and Times Herald
    Content: Describes the testimony of Francis P. Carr, former chief investigator for Senator Joseph McCarthy, in the Hughes perjury trial. Carr claims that "Hughes was never hired to work for the McCarthy Committee".

  27. "Reporter Tells of Check Made on Hughes Data"
    Date: January 25, 1956
    Author: Albon B. Hailey
    Published for/in: The Washington Post and Times Herald
    Content: Describes the testimony of Murrey Marder, a reporter from The Washington Post and Times Herald who claims that he checked Hughes' "data" and could find no one who could verify it.

  28. "Radar Expert Is Suspended For 2d Time"
    Date: March 23, 1954
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: The Washington Post and Times Herald
    Content: Describes the second suspension of a radar engineer at Ft. Monmouth who had, "appeared before Sen. Joseph R McCarthy's Senate subcommittee on investigations...in connection with its probe into allegations of espionage at Ft. Monmouth" last year.

  29. "Army Reinstates 24 Monmouth Employees"
    Date: December 30, 1954
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: The Evening Star
    Content: Describes the Army's reinstating of "all but 11 of the 35 employees at Fort Monmouth, NJ who were suspended under loyalty board proceedings".

  30. "A Different McCarthy Is Back"
    Date: January 4, 1957
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Washington Daily News
    Content: Describes McCarthy's return to congress after a ten day stay in the Bethesda Naval Hospital for treatment of an old leg injury.

  31. "Hail, The Conqueror!"
    Date: January 25, 1956
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Washington Daily News
    Content: Contains a large picture of McCarthy and wife at the premier of the movie, "The Conqueror", and small caption.

  32. "Lawyers Guild Seeking Test of Subversive List"
    Date: November 2, 1955
    Author: Robert K. Walsh
    Published for/in: The Evening Star
    Content: Describes the Lawyers Guild's request that the Supreme Court do away with, "the Federal loyalty program provision under which Attorney General Brownell sought to list the attorneys' association as subversive".

  33. "Army Orders Officers Sign Loyalty Data"
    Date: March 23, 1954
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Describes the Army's new orders that all officers must "sign new loyalty certificates".

  34. "Monmouth Head Denies Top Radar Experts Quitting"
    Date: June 8, 1954
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Chicago Sun-Times
    Content: Denies charges that, 'roughly a dozen' scientists from Ft. Monmouth are quitting in protest of "security charges brought against some of their colleagues". The article has been drawn around in pencil and some sentences are also underlined in pencil.

  35. "Two More Visitors To Russia"
    Date: (?)
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Large picture of Supreme Court Justice Douglas and Robert Kennedy as they, "stand under a windblown Soviet flag aboard the Russian ship Pioneer", and a small caption.

  36. "Here's My View: McCarthy Seen as Unique Figure Who Outlived His Welcome"
    Date: November 4, 1954
    Author: Richard H. Rovere
    Published for/in: Newark Evening News
    Content: Analyzes McCarthy's past in future in light of the upcoming Senate debate on his censure.

  37. "A Newspaper"
    Date: July 12, 1955
    Published for/in: The Washington Daily News
    Content: (Pages) 39 to 40

  38. "People: Too Much Ham?"
    Date: December 31, 1954
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Washington Daily News
    Content: Tiny column asserting that McCarthy, "may have over-acted during his hassle with the Army...because he 'played to hard, was too full of surprises, too much in the limelight'".

  39. "On A Matter of Contrast In Legislative Systems"
    Date: (?)
    Author: Westbrook Pegler
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Contains "solace" for "hypersensitive souls who shrivel because of the McCarthy show is humiliating our beloved country in the eyes of the English, the French and the Russians" in the form of, "eyewitness testimony on the Mother of Parliaments and the French National Assembly and common knowledge of the legislative arm of the Russian state".

  40. "A Newspaper"
    Date: January 26, 1956
    Published in/for: The Washington Daily News
    Content: (Pages) 27 to 28


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