Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 27, 1952 · Page 33
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 33

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 27, 1952
Page 33
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THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH >A5E THIRTY-f HKlft Soviet Women Facing Rough Life in Russia NEW YORK-(NKA)-Try to Imagine being married to a man chosen tor you by the government. Think what It would be like to dig ditches and build roads. See If you can visualize having to work until the last six weeks of pregnancy, with strict orders to return to work six weeks after your baby is born, under penalty of starvation. This is no imaginary picture of life. It is Just a few of the circumstances under which women In the Soviet Union are forced to live. There are many more. These women, for Instance, must give up all claims to their children. The babies are taken away from them soon after birth, and put into a nursery home. In some cases, subject to the wishes of the Politburo, mothers may never see their babies again. Clothes are allotted and so are living accommodations, usually dependent upon the number of people in the family. A Russian's home, by the way, belongs to the state, and can be entered at any time without warrant. Food is strictly rationed, and the portions are many times leaner than Britairx's at her worst hour. In addition, there is little choice as to variety or quality. The people take what thny can got. I had (he opportunity to look Into the lives of (ho Russian people during the nine years I served as a Communist for the FBI. And • I was able to gain all this inside knowledge only because I held a high position in the parly. You can be sure the Communist leaders in America do not feed the truth to the regular party members. The propaganda they give away paints quite another picture of unity, common interests and fair play. . * When I think of the position of American women versus that of the Russian wife and mother, it makes me realize that we Americans have the most powerful weapon against communism in our hands every day of our lives. Your complete freedom, education and unhampered versatility places you, as an American woman, in the position to serve in your community and home as an avid advocate of democracy. Don't be afraid to discuss Rus•la and communism in front of your children. If they get the wrong facts from outside sources, they may find themselves sadly misled. Only your efforts, in conjunction with schools, radio, books and newspapers, can teach a true democracy that will mean something to the young people of today. Although I am no longer counter-spying on the Communist Party for the FBI, I still feel I have an active duty to perform. As part of this action, I have been spending much of my time for the last year lecturing to college students; telling them firsthand what I know to be true. I answer their question; attempt to dispel any doubts they i may have. j As a further aid in presenting! communism to the American pub-; lie, so they mny heller under-1 stand what is going on behind the Iron Curtain, I am acting as a consultant for a new radio series, based on my experiences in the FBI. Certainly everything must he done to further the cause of democracy and freedom. Join the fight. The need is great. And, whatever you do, don't underestimate the influence you, as a woman, can have in safeguarding our country and our beliefs. The strongest foundation for democracy is built in the home. As a wife and mother, your part is clear-cut. Still Confiscated PASADENA, Calif. /P—A swap- shop owner recently displayed an interesting antique which h;;d hard use during California's gold rush days. The antique \\as a whiskey still and it was the renlcr of interest at the shop- for a while. Then It was confiscated by ('lair K. 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