Oversize Clippings XIII

Richard J. O'Melia Collection
  1. "M'Carthy Target Of New Charges"
    Date: (?)
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Describes the ten new charges brought against McCarthy.

  2. "The New Historic Era--Marxism"
    Date: (?)
    Author: George E. Sokolsky
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Discusses the idea that the, "Christian era" has ended, capitalism has failed and "that the next period in history will be the Russian version of Marxism".

  3. "Me, Too 'McCarthyism'"
    Date: April 15, 1954
    Author: E. F. Tompkins
    Published for/in: New York Journal-American
    Content: Describes some Republicans in congress who, "shed their Republicanism and follow the fantasies of internationalism and Socialism".

  4. "Strategic News Leak"
    Date: (?)
    Author: George Rothwell Brown
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Describes a "strategic news leak" by Dr. Oppenheimer concerning the suspension of a nuclear scientist.

  5. "GOP Better Clear This Up--Fast"
    Date: March 16, 1954
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Daily News
    Content: Discusses the debacle between Senator McCarthy and Army Secretary Robert T. Stevens. The article is drawn around in red pencil.

  6. "Attacking 'Commies' Has a Point"
    Date: October 20, 1953
    Author: Drew Pearson
    Published for/in: The Washington Post
    Content: Describes McCarthy's financial situation; "the best defense against income tax investigation is to charge that the Government is full of Communists".

  7. "Hong Kong Firms Back Wilson's Blast at U.S."
    Date: October 23, 1954
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Asahi Evening News
    Content: Describes Labor President of the Board of Trade, Harold Wilson's accusation made in the British House of Commons that the American Consulate is, "threatening sanctions against British firms and businessmen who traded with Communist China". The article has been traced around in red pencil and there are also arrows drawn in red above it.

  8. "All Senators Urged to Meet 'McCarthy Issue Squarely'"
    Date: July 26, 1954
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Daily Worker
    Content: Describes a telegram sent to congress by "twenty-three prominent citizens" asking the congress to vote to censure McCarthy. Next to the article there is a list of the "twenty-three prominent citizens" who signed the telegram. Paul G. Hoffman's name is underlined in red and circled in black. Hoffman was chairman of the board of the Studebaker Corporation.

  9. "Aussie Spies"
    Date: April 15, 1954
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: New York Journal-American
    Content: Describes "a communist spy network" uncovered by Vladimir Petroff in Australia.

  10. "Monore (LA) Morning World"
    Date: July 11, 1954
    Article #1: "What Is S. J. Resolution 87?"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Monroe (LA) Morning World (page FOUR-A)
    Content: Describes Resolution 87 put fourth by Senator Ralph Flanders asking that the "nation devoutly recognizes the authority and law of Jesus Christ". There are arrows drawn in pencil pointing to the article.
    Article #2: "Eisenhower, The Chinese Reds And The 'United Nations'"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Monroe (LA) Morning World (page FOUR-A)
    Content: Describes the dilemma of whether or not to cede from the UN if "Red China" is admitted.

  11. "Senator Flanders' Deals"
    Date: July 29, 1954
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Monroe (LA) Morning World
    Content: The article is an editorial on Senator Flanders' attempts to obtain a 'vote of censure' for Senator McCarthy.

  12. "The Evening Star"
    Date: April 9, 1954
    Article #1: "Publisher Indicted On Article Discussing McCarthy's Death"
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: The Evening Star (page A-9)
    Content: Describes circumstances surrounding the indictment of Publisher H. M. Greenspun, who is accused publishing an article, "intended to 'incite murder or assassination'" of Senator McCarthy.
    Article #2: "General Offers $100 to First Non-Com Who Socks Schine"
    Author: Associated Press
    Content: Describes General Arthur Wilson's offer of "$100 to the 'first non-com who socks Pvt. Schine in the nose'".

  13. "Do Communists Control New York City Schools? Inquire Shows Extent Of Leftist Influence In Education Policy"
    Date: November 6, 1939
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Social Justice
    Content: Describes the communist infiltration of New York schools; "Communistic Jews control the policies of New York City Schools!".

  14. "Lesson George Washington Taught"
    Date: February 21, 1955
    Author: Drew Pearson
    Published for/in: The Washington Post and Times Herald
    Content: Describes, in the form of a letter to Pearson's grandson, Pearson's disappointment with the Government which has made, "it fashionable and profitable for people to lie".

  15. "CARE Will Export Books To Fight Soviet Propaganda"
    Date: February 28, 1955
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Evening Star
    Content: Describes how CARE, "which has been exporting American food, clothing and tools to other nations of the free world" will now, "try to export an 'understanding of the American way of life'" by books.

  16. "The New York Post"
    Date: June 6, 1954
    Article #1: "The Price of McCarthyism"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The New York Post (9M)
    Content: The article is a criticism of "McCarthyism", especially "the celebrated Cohn-Schine expedition to Europe that disgraced and dishonored America".
    Article #2: The Cohn-Schine Junket
    Author: Theodore Kaghan
    Published for/in: The New York Post (10M-11M)
    Content: Describes Kaghan's experience of being investigated by Cohn and Schine while he was deputy director of the Office of Public Affairs in Germany.

  17. "More About Activities Of Lovestone and Brown"
    Date: April 8, 1954
    Author: Westbrook Pegler
    Published for/in: New York Journal-American
    Content: Describes the activities of Jay Lovestone and Irving Brown, "old-time Trotsky Communists" in the Eisenhower Administration and the alleged communist activities of David Dubinsky.

  18. "The McCarthy Scandal"
    Date: January 5, 1953
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: New York Post
    Content: Describes the charges made by the Senate against McCarthy and the outcome of the inquiry.

  19. "When Admiral Called Army Officer a Traitor"
    Date: (?)
    Author: Westbrook Pegler
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Describes the situation that arose after Admiral William H. Standley, Roosevelt's personal Ambassador, accused an Army Officer in Russia of being a traitor.

  20. "London Press Blasts 'Yard'"
    Date: June 8, 1957
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Washington Daily News
    Content: Describes a "Scotland Yard wire tapping" which, "smacks of Iron Curtain police tactics and American 'McCarthyism'".

  21. "White House Guest Lists Omit Senator and Mrs. McCarthy"
    Date: (?)
    Author: Isabelle Shelton
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Describes the exclusion of the McCarthys from two White House dinners. The decision to exclude them was made by President and Mrs. Eisenhower.

  22. "The GI's Beezer"
    Date: (?)
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: An editorial describing how, "Gen. Arthur R. Wilson allegedly posted a $100 offer for the first noncom who would punch Pvt. David Schine in the nose". The author declares, "I am an ex-Marine noncom and would gladly punch Gen. Wilson in the snout for free".

  23. "'Cleared' on Tax Return McCarthy Asks 'Apology'"
    Date: (?)
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Describes the, "clean bill of health" given to McCarthy "in connection with the disputed tax returns for the 1946-1952 period" issued by the Government and McCarthy's want of an apology for discrediting him. There is a note typed on the side in blue: "This is a great moral victory for the Senator. Congratulations. RG.".

  24. "More On Senator Flanders An Interesting Background"
    Date: July 26, 1954
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: Monroe (LA) Morning World
    Content: Describes the background of Senator Flanders, "the acknowledged 'Republican' leader in the 'Advance' led fight against Senator McCarthy".

  25. "Three Years to Panama"
    Date: (?)
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Describes, "President Eisenhower's request for 75 million dollars to complete the inter-American highway to Panama in three years". The sentence, "This is a way in which Congress can give concrete meaning to it's expressions of good will about Latin America" is underlined in blue.

  26. "W.R. Grace Names Wilson Chairman"
    Date: May 11, 1955
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The New York Times
    Content: Describes how, "for the first time in its 101-year history W.R. Grace & Co. has elected a chairman who is not a member of the Grace family". This man is Charles E. Wilson and there is further information on his background. A few sentences are underlined in blue.

  27. "The Washington Post"
    Date: March 11, 1954
    Article #1: "M'Carthy Hits At Senators In Hearing"
    Author: Murrey Marder
    Published for/in: The Washington Post (page 1-2)
    Content: Describes how McCarthy, "tangled with two fellow Senators during a Senate Investigating Subcommittee hearing which produced a charge that scientist Dr. Albert Einstein once aided at Communist-front group". There is a picture of Dr. Einstein next to the article.
    Article #2: "Flanders' Talk Cited As a Service To the GOP"
    Author: Edward T. Folliard
    Published for/in: The Washington Post (page 1)
    Content: Describes President Eisenhower's disgust with Senator McCarthy. Eisenhower says there is "'great danger' in what the Wisconsin Red hunter has been doing to split the Republican Party".
    Article #3: "Ike and M'Carthy Meet at Dinner"
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: The Washington Post (page 1)
    Content: Short article describing a dinner honoring Republican Senate leaders at which President Eisenhower and Senator McCarthy met and "shook hands 'in an friendly fashion'".
    Article #4: "Murrow's Criticism Of McCarthy Lauded"
    Author: Lawrence Laurent
    Published for/in: The Washington Post (page 2)
    Content: Describes Edward R. Murrow's "telecast denunciation" of McCarthy as well as the overwhelming support of the public for it.
    Article #5: McCarthy, Flanders Friendly on Surface"
    Author: United Press
    Published for/in: The Washington Post (page 2)
    Content: Describes Senator McCarthy's and Senator Flanders' behavior towards each other when they met in an elevator.
    Article #6: "No Argument, McCarthy and Wilson Say"
    Author: United Press
    Published for/in: The Washington Post (page 2)
    Content: Describes the conflict between McCarthy and Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson and its apparent resolution.
    Article #7: "Code Offered For Senate Investigations"
    Author: Lee Garrett
    Published for/in: The Washington Post (page 2)
    Content: Describes a "senven-point code for conducting committee investigations" proposed by the Senate Republican Policy Committee.

  28. "Many Arrests Made in the Wake of Abortive Revolt in Bolivia"
    Date: April 19, 1955
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Americas Daily
    Content: Describes how sixty-three men and twelve women were imprisoned in La Paz for an alleged conspiracy to assassinate President Paz Estensoro and his associates.

  29. "The Sunday Star"
    Date: August 8, 1954
    Article #1: "Six Good Men and True to Probe Censure As Senate Labors; End Not Yet in Sight"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Sunday Star (page A-21)
    Content: Describes the situation in the Senate, "already one week past its hoped-for adjournment".
    Article #2: "McCarthy"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Sunday Star (page A-21)
    Content: Describes the "showdown in Senate"...the "ouster move" by Senator Flanders...the "committee plan" to "investigate charges brought against Senator McCarthy"The "six horsemen" the six senators on the committee...and the "committee role". There are pictures of all six senators as well as a large picture of Senator McCarthy.
    Article #3: "Red Defections--"
    Author: Michael B. Gavrisheff
    Published for/in: The Sunday Star (page A-23)
    Content: Describes the current state of the Soviet Union and its alleged problems with defection.
    Article #4: "Red China Is Source of D. C. Dope"
    Author: Frank Sartwell, Jr.
    Published for/in: The Sunday Star (page A-24)
    Content: Describes how "Red Chinese opium and heroin" was being trafficked through Chinatowns in Washington, Norfolk and Newport by a "well planned and perhaps a important, as a military assault".

  30. "The New York Times"
    Date: March 19, 1954
    Article #1: "Texts of Statements on Reds in the Services by Wilson, Stevens, Radford and Ridgway"
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The New York Times (page 12)
    Content: Contains "texts of statements before the Senate Armed Services Committee...by Charles E. Wilson, Secretary of the Army; Adm. Arthur W. Radford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, Army Chief of Staff".

    Article #2: "NO RUBBER STAMP M'CARTHY INSISTS"
    Author: W. H. Lawrence
    Published for/in: The New York Times (page 10)
    Content: Describes a speech McCarthy gave in Chicago to, "450 wildly cheering South Chicago automobile dealers". In it he declared "he would never be 'a rubber stamp for President Eisenhower'". He also attacked Edward R. Murrow and the army.

    Article #3: M'CARTHY IS KEPT AS G.O.P. SPEAKER"
    Author: William S. White
    Published for/in: The New York Times (page 10)
    Content: Describes how the GOP intends to keep McCarthy on as a party speaker despite the, "pending investigation of his controversy with the Eisenhower Administration". It also discusses the accusation made by McCarthy and Cohn that the Army "used Private Schine as a 'hostage' in an effort to 'blackmail' the subcommittee's inquiries into the Army practices in dealing with suspected subversives".

    Article #4: "EISENHOWER SCORED ON M'CARTHY ISSUE"
    Author: James A. Hagerty
    Published for/in: The New York Times (page 10)
    Content: The article is a criticism of President Eisenhower because of his, "unwillingness or inability to control attacks by 'radical Republicans' like Senator Joseph R. McCarthy", and a charge of G. O. P. corruption

    Article #5: "11 Measures to Outlaw the Reds Taken Up by House Judiciary Unit"
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: The New York Times (page 10)
    Content: Describes eleven bills put fourth by a House Judiciary subcommittee that will, "make Communism a crime in the United States".

    Article #6: "SCELBA PROPOSES WIDE CRACKDOWN ON REDS IN ITALY"
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: The New York Times (page 1)
    Content: Describes a program proposed by Premier Mario Scelba that will, "'defend democratic institutions against the action of totalitarian political forces proved to be under the control of foreign countries'".

    Article #7: "WILSON SUPPORTS CHARGES OF ARMY AGAINST M'CARTHY"
    Author: C. P. Trussell
    Published for/in: The New York Times (page 1)
    Content: Describes the testimony of Charles E. Wilson, Secretary of Defense in the Army-McCarthy hearings.

    Article#8: "U.S. SEEKS TO BAR RED COUP IN ITALY"
    Author: C. L. Sulzberger
    Published for/in: The New York Times (page 2)
    Content: Describes the efforts of the United States to prevent communism from conquering Italy.

    Article: #9: "A RED IN SENATE SEEN IF HAWAII IS A STATE"
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: The New York Times (page 6)
    Content: Gives reasons why Hawaii should not be accepted into statehood; "Asiatic Communists,...would use a state of Hawaii as a 'direct route to the Senate of the United States and to the Foreign Relations Committee".

  31. "Mr. Lodge Needs Advice"
    Date:
    Author: John Fox
    Published for/in:
    Content: Describes "one of the silliest news items to have graced the press of the world". The item is the representative of the United States to the United Nations, Henry Cabot Lodge's decision to call a meeting of the United Nations Security Council, "for the purpose of establishing by actual observation whether Communists aggressions have occurred within the three associated States of Indo-China; and if so whether these aggressions are causing a threat to Thailand". The article goes on to attack the UN; "the United Nations is a sordid organization...it was conceived by Communists, the Moscow-brand".

  32. "Kennan Seeks House Seat In Three-Way Fight"
    Date: (?)
    Author: Associated Press
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: Describes the race for for the Democratic congressional nomination for Pennsylvania's nineteenth district, and the entrance of George F. Kennan, former United States ambassador to Russia, into the race.

  33. "FOREIGN STUDENTS CENTERING ON U. S."
    Date:
    Author: Benjamin Fine
    Published for/in:
    Content: Describes how "the United States has become the world's mecca of learning for foreign students" since World War II, the impressions of the foreign students, and the effect their prescence has had on American students.

  34. "The N. Y. Times Article Lauding Oppenheimer"
    Date: (?)
    Author: Westbrook Pegler
    Published for/in: (?)
    Content: The article is a criticism of another article written by Gertrude Samuels for The Times Sunday Magazine concerning Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, director of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton N. J. and his suspension by the Atomic Energy Commission, "pending a scrutiny of his 'security file'".

  35. "Murder Incitement Charged"
    Date: April 9, 1954
    Author: United Press
    Published for/in: The Washington Daily News
    Content: Describes the murder incitement charge against Herman M. Greenspun, publisher of the Las Vegas Sun. Greenspun is accused of trying to incite the assassination of Senator McCarthy by "sending copies of the newspaper carrying a column about the Wisconsin Republican through the mails".

  36. "PRICES OF COPPER SLUMP IN LONDON"
    Date: April 14, 1955
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The New York Times
    Content: Reports on a drop in copper prices in the London Metals Exchange "after the Board of Trade announced that up to 45,000 tons of refined metal would be sold from British Government stocks". The price in the U.S. dropped about a cent. The sentence, "Prompt-delivery copper on the London Metal Exchange had dropped nearly four cents a pound since the end of March--a trend ascribed by some dealers it a recent strike settlement in the big copper mines of Chile" is underlined in blue.

  37. "Dear Reader- by Dorothy Schiff"
    Date: 3/21/54
    Author: Dorothy Schiff
    Published for/in: The New York Post
    Content: The article is a direct criticism of all things McCarthy; McCarthyism, the debacle with the Army, Nixon, Roy Cohn, and "the belief held by most non-Catholics that McCarthyism is fully sanctioned by the Church and those of its older adherents who are of Irish background".

  38. "The Washington Post"
    Date: January 2, 1955

  39. "Chile's Great Nitrate Industry Needs Funds to Avert Collapse"
    Date: April 11, 1955
    Author: Maria Elena
    Published for/in: The New York Times
    Content: Describes how, "the Chilean nitrate industry, like the copper industry, is reaching the end of a road".

  40. "The Washington Daily News"
    Date: June 8, 1957

  41. "Bombay Rioting Rages 4th Day; Reds Move In"
    Date: January 19, 1956
    Author: (?)
    Published for/in: The Evening Star
    Content: Describes the continuation of riots in Bombay that began on January 15, 1956. The riots started, "in protest against the government's plan to reorganize the Indian states along language lines. This would make Bombay City a separate small state under the direct administration of New Delhi". "Officials said they believed the Communists were trying to set up a 'parallel government' under the cover of the rioting".

  42. "It Will Offend Some Insurance Men to Call Certain Fields a Racket"
    Date: March 1, 1955
    Author: Westbrook Pegler
    Published for/in: The Washington Daily News
    Content: The article is not whole. A part of it has been torn off. What is there is an attack on the "insurance racket", particularly companies that "have wallowed in profits extorted from workers and employers by union racketeers, in the guise of 'welfare'".


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