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ppo.o ;'tv-Four The CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS FBI Chief Briefs America On Communism Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation Condcn:od from a Statement .before the U. S. Government Committee , For Un-American ACtivities z. ! V feelings concerning the /' Communist Party of the United States are w ell inov/n. I ]]ave not hesitat- ed ,_ :: ti:: :.'(,:rs to express my concern and ap)rcb,nsion. As a consequence, its pro Sessional smear brigades have conduct- ed a relentless a,::;ault against the FBI. Ybu who have been members of this eom- n-,it2.:e alzo know the fury with which the }:"arty, i, ';y;?athizers, and fellow travel- lers can launch an assault.  I do not mind such atta'.ks. What has been disillusion- i]g i: tl:, ;.::'amc, r in which they have been able Io (q!:st support often from ap- paren:ly well-meaning but thoroughly Deceit and Trickery Anyone who opposes the American Communist is at once branded as a dis- rupter, a Fascist, a'Red baiter, or a Hit- lerits, and becomes the object of a sys- tematic campaign of character assassina- tion. This is easily understood because the basic tactics of the Communist Party are deceit and trickery. The Communist movement in the Unit- ed States began to manifest itself in 1919. Since then it has changed its name and its - party line whenever expedient and tactical. But always it comes back to fundamentals and bills itself as the party of Marxism- Lennism. As such it stands for the destruc- tion of our American form of government; TACOMA GREETINGS FROM TACOMA CATHOLIC COLLEGE Junior College Jor Women Resident and Day Students WINTER QUARTER STARTS JAN. 5, 1948 $ WRITE OR 1PHONE 4301 No. Stevens PRoctor 7011 I NTERSTATE FRU IT CO. "If H Grows, We Sell If" 2212 "A" St. (Farmers Market) BR. 3208 S,son'J Greetings FRANK FOX TIRE CO. FRANK FOX, Owner Tires -- Complete Tire Service 314 Puyallup Ave. Tacoma, Wash. i A00erican *Manufacturing Company, Inc. ELEVA']:ORS FOR EVERY LIFTING REQUIREMENT PLYWOOD and WOODWORKING MACHINERY Designed and Manufactured. Fregllt, Passenger and Mill Elevators 2119 PACIFIC AVE. MAin 0139 TACOMA Season's Greet;age LANE CIGAR STGRE & GRILL 902 Ercadway Phone 5892 OSWALD'S FLYING SERVICE CERTIFIED FLYING &CHOOL UNDER G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS Chertsr Service Any Piece Sight.Seeing Flights Tacoma Airport at Ftrcrest Phons PR. 8544 - BR. 8468 N AT'L BLOWER & SHEET METAL CO. DESIGI.IERS AND CONTRACTORS  ROOFING L129 ST. PAUL AVENUE BR. 281 CHRISTMAS GREETINGS From Tacoma's OLDEST and MOST RELIABLE Poultry and Egg Firm J. COZZA & SONS 1146 MARKET STREET Eetablsshed :1911 BRoadway 4875 POUI-RY, EGGS AND TURKEYS RUSSELL FLYING SERVICE Spanaway--Phone GRaham 198 Student Instruction  Aircraft Rentals  Charter Flights  Passenger Rides Luscombe Sales and Service LICENSED TRAINERS UNDER G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS FREDERICK C. WOLF & SON Jobbers and Distributors of Glanwart, China and Housewarce EQUIPMENT FOR HOSPITAl.& & INDUSTRIAL LUNCH ROOMS :02 Pacific Ave. P.O, Box 1404-- BR. 1791 WILLIAM BROS. WHOLESALE FRUIT and PRODUCE Tacoma ItL 2101 it stands for the destruction of American democracy; it stands for the destruction of free enterprise; and it stands for the creation of a soviet of the United States and: ultimate world revolution. The preamble of the latest constitution of the Communist Pai, ty of the United States, filled with Marxian double talk, proclaims that the party educates the working class in the course of its day to day struggles for its historic mission, the establishment of socialism. The phrase "historic mission" has a sinister meaning. To the uninformed per- son it bespeaks tradition, but to the Com- munist, using his own words, it is achiev- ing the dictatorship of the proletariat; to throw off the yoke of imperialism and establish the proletarian dictatorship, to raise these revolutionary forces to the surface and hurl them like a devastating avalanche upon the united forces of bour- geois reaction, frenzied at the presenti- ment of their rapidly approaching doom. In recent years, the Communists have been very cautious about using such phra. ses as "force and violence"; nevertbeleu, it is the subject of much discussion in their school= and in party caucus where they readily admit that the only way in which they can defeat the present ruling class is by world revolution. The Communist, once he is fullly trained and indoctrinated, realizes that he can create his order in the United States only by ,bloedy revolution." Their chief textbook, 'he History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Un- ion," is used as a basis for planning their revoluUon. Their tactics require that to be successful they must have: 1. The will and sympathy of the people. 2. Military aid and aistance. 3. Plenty of guns and ammunition. 4. A program of extermination of the police as they are the most important enemy and are termed "trained Fascists." 5. Seizure of all communication, buses, railroads, radio stations and other forms of ommtmicatlonJ and trans- portation. They evade the question OF force and violence publicly. They hold that when Marxists speak of force and violence they will not be responsible---that force and violence Will be the responsibility of their enemies. They adopt the novel premise that they do not advocate force and vio- lence publicly but that when their class resists to defend themselves, then they are thus accused of using force and vio- lence. The Communist Party line changes from day to day. The one cardinal rule that can alway= be applied to what the party line is or will be is found in fundamental principle of Communist teachings that the support of Soviet RuNla ia the duty of Commmunig of all cotmtrles. One thing is certain. The American progress which all good citizens seek, such as old-age security, houses for vet- erans, child assistance, and a host of others, is being adopted as window dress- ing by the Communists to conceai their true aims and entrap gullible followerg. The record of the American Commu- nlkts conclusively proves their true feel- ings. In "the prewar days, when they were allied with Hitler, they marched on Washington protesting selective service, lend-lease, shouting ':the Yanks are not coming." The kmerican Peace Mobiliza- tion picketed the White House until the day before the Nazis marched into Rus- sia and then witdn less than a month re- converted it into the American People's Mobilization, demanded all-out produc- tion, and lflzrtod the chant for the second front. We are witnessing th same tactics to- day. Since Secretary Schwellenbach ad- vocated outlawing the Communist Party, and President Truman called for aid to Greece and Turkey, the Communists have been mobilizing, promoting mass meet- lags, mending telegrams and letters to eert pressure on Congress. The Ameri- can Communists fail to realize that al- ready they have outlawed themselves in the minds and hearts of loyal Ameri- cans. The mad march of Red fascism is a cause for concern in America. But the deceit, the trickery and the lies of the American Communists are catching up with them. Whenever the spotlight of truth is focused upon them, they cry, "Red baiting." Now that their aims and objectives are being exposed, they are creating a committee for the constitu- tional rights of Communists, and arc fe- verishly working to build up what they TACOMA TACOMA DISTRIBUTING CO. Terminals: Seattle  2435 4th So.  SE. 4076 Everett-- MAin 386 Tacoma  523 Puyallup  MA. i 155 Chehalis  864 Front  Phone 78 TWENTY-FIRST ST. MARKET Fresh Meat=v--Fish & Poultry H. F. ROHRIG & SON, Props. 2702 No. 21st Ph. PR. 6729 GREETINGS E. S. WATTS C. P. A. Income Tax Auditor New Offices: 1923-25 Fidelity Bldg. UNITED MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK Accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations Invited Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation McCHORD DRUG CO. LAkewood' 3955 Prescriptions, complete drug sundries, magazines, tobacco, candles. Film Service. Raymond G. Hull, Owner. OAKWOOD DAIRY "The Best Milk You Can Buy for Your Family RFD No. 2, Taooma WA. 8644 CHESTER D. CHARLES H. HENDRICKSEN KENT PLASTER AND STUCCO CONTRACTORS t611 MARKET ST. PHONE MA. ?845 Greetings BONNELL CONSTRUCTION CO. General Contractor 760 Commerce St. MA. 7408 RELIANCE ELECTRIC & FIXTURE C0. 1323 Commerce BR. 3792 General Contracting, Wiring, Eteotrlc Fixtures, Appliances and Repairs ppo.o ;'tv-Four The CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS FBI Chief Briefs America On Communism Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation Condcn:od from a Statement .before the U. S. Government Committee , For Un-American ACtivities z. ! V feelings concerning the /' Communist Party of the United States are w ell inov/n. I ]]ave not hesitat- ed ,_ :: ti:: :.'(,:rs to express my concern and ap)rcb,nsion. As a consequence, its pro Sessional smear brigades have conduct- ed a relentless a,::;ault against the FBI. Ybu who have been members of this eom- n-,it2.:e alzo know the fury with which the }:"arty, i, ';y;?athizers, and fellow travel- lers can launch an assault.  I do not mind such atta'.ks. What has been disillusion- i]g i: tl:, ;.::'amc, r in which they have been able Io (q!:st support often from ap- paren:ly well-meaning but thoroughly Deceit and Trickery Anyone who opposes the American Communist is at once branded as a dis- rupter, a Fascist, a'Red baiter, or a Hit- lerits, and becomes the object of a sys- tematic campaign of character assassina- tion. This is easily understood because the basic tactics of the Communist Party are deceit and trickery. The Communist movement in the Unit- ed States began to manifest itself in 1919. Since then it has changed its name and its - party line whenever expedient and tactical. But always it comes back to fundamentals and bills itself as the party of Marxism- Lennism. As such it stands for the destruc- tion of our American form of government; TACOMA GREETINGS FROM TACOMA CATHOLIC COLLEGE Junior College Jor Women Resident and Day Students WINTER QUARTER STARTS JAN. 5, 1948 $ WRITE OR 1PHONE 4301 No. Stevens PRoctor 7011 I NTERSTATE FRU IT CO. "If H Grows, We Sell If" 2212 "A" St. (Farmers Market) BR. 3208 S,son'J Greetings FRANK FOX TIRE CO. FRANK FOX, Owner Tires -- Complete Tire Service 314 Puyallup Ave. Tacoma, Wash. i A00erican *Manufacturing Company, Inc. ELEVA']:ORS FOR EVERY LIFTING REQUIREMENT PLYWOOD and WOODWORKING MACHINERY Designed and Manufactured. Fregllt, Passenger and Mill Elevators 2119 PACIFIC AVE. MAin 0139 TACOMA Season's Greet;age LANE CIGAR STGRE & GRILL 902 Ercadway Phone 5892 OSWALD'S FLYING SERVICE CERTIFIED FLYING &CHOOL UNDER G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS Chertsr Service Any Piece Sight.Seeing Flights Tacoma Airport at Ftrcrest Phons PR. 8544 - BR. 8468 N AT'L BLOWER & SHEET METAL CO. DESIGI.IERS AND CONTRACTORS  ROOFING L129 ST. PAUL AVENUE BR. 281 CHRISTMAS GREETINGS From Tacoma's OLDEST and MOST RELIABLE Poultry and Egg Firm J. COZZA & SONS 1146 MARKET STREET Eetablsshed :1911 BRoadway 4875 POUI-RY, EGGS AND TURKEYS RUSSELL FLYING SERVICE Spanaway--Phone GRaham 198 Student Instruction  Aircraft Rentals  Charter Flights  Passenger Rides Luscombe Sales and Service LICENSED TRAINERS UNDER G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS FREDERICK C. WOLF & SON Jobbers and Distributors of Glanwart, China and Housewarce EQUIPMENT FOR HOSPITAl.& & INDUSTRIAL LUNCH ROOMS :02 Pacific Ave. P.O, Box 1404-- BR. 1791 WILLIAM BROS. WHOLESALE FRUIT and PRODUCE Tacoma ItL 2101 it stands for the destruction of American democracy; it stands for the destruction of free enterprise; and it stands for the creation of a soviet of the United States and: ultimate world revolution. The preamble of the latest constitution of the Communist Pai, ty of the United States, filled with Marxian double talk, proclaims that the party educates the working class in the course of its day to day struggles for its historic mission, the establishment of socialism. The phrase "historic mission" has a sinister meaning. To the uninformed per- son it bespeaks tradition, but to the Com- munist, using his own words, it is achiev- ing the dictatorship of the proletariat; to throw off the yoke of imperialism and establish the proletarian dictatorship, to raise these revolutionary forces to the surface and hurl them like a devastating avalanche upon the united forces of bour- geois reaction, frenzied at the presenti- ment of their rapidly approaching doom. In recent years, the Communists have been very cautious about using such phra. ses as "force and violence"; nevertbeleu, it is the subject of much discussion in their school= and in party caucus where they readily admit that the only way in which they can defeat the present ruling class is by world revolution. The Communist, once he is fullly trained and indoctrinated, realizes that he can create his order in the United States only by ,bloedy revolution." Their chief textbook, 'he History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Un- ion," is used as a basis for planning their revoluUon. Their tactics require that to be successful they must have: 1. The will and sympathy of the people. 2. Military aid and aistance. 3. Plenty of guns and ammunition. 4. A program of extermination of the police as they are the most important enemy and are termed "trained Fascists." 5. Seizure of all communication, buses, railroads, radio stations and other forms of ommtmicatlonJ and trans- portation. They evade the question OF force and violence publicly. They hold that when Marxists speak of force and violence they will not be responsible---that force and violence Will be the responsibility of their enemies. They adopt the novel premise that they do not advocate force and vio- lence publicly but that when their class resists to defend themselves, then they are thus accused of using force and vio- lence. The Communist Party line changes from day to day. The one cardinal rule that can alway= be applied to what the party line is or will be is found in fundamental principle of Communist teachings that the support of Soviet RuNla ia the duty of Commmunig of all cotmtrles. One thing is certain. The American progress which all good citizens seek, such as old-age security, houses for vet- erans, child assistance, and a host of others, is being adopted as window dress- ing by the Communists to conceai their true aims and entrap gullible followerg. The record of the American Commu- nlkts conclusively proves their true feel- ings. In "the prewar days, when they were allied with Hitler, they marched on Washington protesting selective service, lend-lease, shouting ':the Yanks are not coming." The kmerican Peace Mobiliza- tion picketed the White House until the day before the Nazis marched into Rus- sia and then witdn less than a month re- converted it into the American People's Mobilization, demanded all-out produc- tion, and lflzrtod the chant for the second front. We are witnessing th same tactics to- day. Since Secretary Schwellenbach ad- vocated outlawing the Communist Party, and President Truman called for aid to Greece and Turkey, the Communists have been mobilizing, promoting mass meet- lags, mending telegrams and letters to eert pressure on Congress. The Ameri- can Communists fail to realize that al- ready they have outlawed themselves in the minds and hearts of loyal Ameri- cans. The mad march of Red fascism is a cause for concern in America. But the deceit, the trickery and the lies of the American Communists are catching up with them. Whenever the spotlight of truth is focused upon them, they cry, "Red baiting." Now that their aims and objectives are being exposed, they are creating a committee for the constitu- tional rights of Communists, and arc fe- verishly working to build up what they TACOMA TACOMA DISTRIBUTING CO. Terminals: Seattle  2435 4th So.  SE. 4076 Everett-- MAin 386 Tacoma  523 Puyallup  MA. i 155 Chehalis  864 Front  Phone 78 TWENTY-FIRST ST. MARKET Fresh Meat=v--Fish & Poultry H. F. ROHRIG & SON, Props. 2702 No. 21st Ph. PR. 6729 GREETINGS E. S. WATTS C. P. A. Income Tax Auditor New Offices: 1923-25 Fidelity Bldg. UNITED MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK Accounts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations Invited Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation McCHORD DRUG CO. LAkewood' 3955 Prescriptions, complete drug sundries, magazines, tobacco, candles. Film Service. Raymond G. Hull, Owner. OAKWOOD DAIRY "The Best Milk You Can Buy for Your Family RFD No. 2, Taooma WA. 8644 CHESTER D. CHARLES H. HENDRICKSEN KENT PLASTER AND STUCCO CONTRACTORS t611 MARKET ST. PHONE MA. ?845 Greetings BONNELL CONSTRUCTION CO. General Contractor 760 Commerce St. MA. 7408 RELIANCE ELECTRIC & FIXTURE C0. 1323 Commerce BR. 3792 General Contracting, Wiring, Eteotrlc Fixtures, Appliances and Repairs