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Advocates Free Expression Of Opinion For All - · Baldwin Says Our Security Is Not Threatened Those Seeking Overthrow of Government But Democracy May Be Lost at Peace Table ' The possibility that democracy may be won en the battlefields of i Second Work! War and lost around the peace tables was emphasised nifht by Roger Baldwin, director of the American Civil Liberties Union, sale of ; the thud speaker in the series of public lectures presented ' dletown Hebrew Association at the Jewish Center. Mr. Baldwin, a veteran campaign-* · ---- -----[ rights, surprised his audience of more than 200 persons Cross, by his development of a thesis that Christ- s the indiscriminate waving of a ' loaded gun is permissible and shoul be encouraged so long its holder of the gun refrains discharging it. to has. great :t the to sheet cor_- as the from Going and Coming Conflicl Necessary "Trie stti:t of democrac;. ii conflict.' conflict.' ihr speaker observea. "Vo : don't concede to those ;.ou feir ar.-i detest the ^arr.e ngnto you *ix:; for ourselt . jet you can't begin 'o make distinctions. Once o_: niak^ a law to shut a nio^th o - . er iiere ou ha - .e ntace a Lav. ·*:;..;. c.-.:. shut months ovi-r tnere the C:.:. Liberties Union has wa^v. pre=oic:: o: opinion. Mr. Balcv,.:! pointed that i.o couistr;. n^b e\er been o: erthro'Aii by speeches Mrs, troti.e: Later in response to a question whom 10 what hac iiapper.ed in Oern:ai.-. Mr. Baldwin cellared that the speeches and writings of National se- Socialism were unimportant. What r: " e coming year, ' had really mattered, he declared, greater than ever was the failure of a w.a\ernig Weimar Weimar Republic to act against Na^i avenue. !!i'o'1 ?* · « · i.t-r part::u. Mr a:.-: M:s Charles W He-s. lift;.-ti.:'-"* G:.'.:^i . gangs wnicn spread their gospels are with guns and clubs. Mr. Baldwin denied th* existence of any threat to American security Mrs Eniii Hor:iberser -AI-.O '.i cci.:i:.n: 2. :i:r.e5 'o iicme four Sterhii^ street, is iu:pro-.:::g. the was be foand m the writings or speeches of minority groups -A no Ka-rv H"bb advocate the overtiirow of the go\ - ru » V," eminent by violence and urged that they be encouraged to talk withoat fear of hindrance. L'rf es Fret Expression "Don't make martyrs out of fana- 233 Mor.La^en ave- ·reatinent at Hortop. her what thej- think and reel. Deinocra- , cy at work. Mr. Baicwin declared. was the freedom 01 a niinority to · present iis theories to a majority I lor consideration. If the majority a i _ l,i*~ A Z . A J l / . l v * j finds such theones acceotabletiien Mr. and Mrs Karve;- Mack*-y o: Bayonne. N J . are spending a cavs with thf lattcr's !aw and sister. Mr ar.c Mr^ Harold Donaldson of Montson'.er-. roaci. Mrs John Arfmar.r. Sr_ i. i". it her home. -19 W:s::er a--::ue. Wallkill Man Again Named Horticultural Society K be Union's defense of Jehovah's Wit! Wit! ROCHESTER -- Jerome Sci.w,::- nesses, a religious sect which num- ' maker of Wallkul wa^ one bers a half million followers "who i vice presidents electee! during believe that they alone have a annual mee'mg l.ere ;. esierdav o! pipeline to God " j the State Horticultural Soc:eu "Jehovah's Witnesses are a pub- J Other officers named -.vere- he nuisance." he admitted, "and . p_ Jones of Hall. pr« Rov what they say is exceedingly of- ' ^jcPhersob. L-jro'-. N V re-clec'- fensr.e" As a result, the speaker"^ secre'tar-.'-treasurt-r for hit asserted, "in the long record of tlelri consecutive term Theodore Rutherford, are wrecked The -\rre-- a ia:r 4 - ;are ' °- ^ ric:i -J?'-es frorr that suppression of one group Vil For iead ultimately to totalitarianism ican C i v i l Liberties Union has fought in their defense, Mr Baldwin Baldwin indicated, because it believes · .11 c ism New York State for Lend-Lease Nt'KSE ENGAGKD WALDEX--Mr. and Mrs. questions. Mr. Baldwin declared, he -- . ,,, i found e-.idence of increasing con- nJA i J "-"- i "· siceration of the possible formation of a "United States of the World." I had no definite observations as Mr. E is employed in Bridgeport, wedding will take place soon The Hill: ana to how such a federation mignt be accomplished. HOLLANDER HOME Charles Hollander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mortmer Hollander, -sr.a

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  1. Middletown Times Herald,
  2. 16 Jan 1942, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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