Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 27, 1952 · Page 11
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March 27, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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VKT AHUMM IMMf, v,nn ·anaaiaiaMai All-Out War Of Ideas Against Communists By Allies Is Urged ·Washington-m-Tnt State Dt-*- partment had military lupport to-1 il»o dlscuised the grand lisembly day in urging that thin country wage an all-out war of ideal against the Communiits and their "sinister" hate-Americant campaign. ',-; · · · · . . "We cannot'.do the job iialJ- way," Geri; J. Lawton COllini, Army chjef of lUff, told a Houie Approphatibni Subcommittee. "We must'·'go.all· -out.In the battle of ideas. Only thi'» :can-we hope to convince potentiil i|re«or« that another i war-.cannot ply,'' ' - . . - . The jc'orjimlttee' released, testimony supporting a 170-million- dollar State Department, request for its oversell "Campaign for Truth" for ihe next fiscal yeir, starting July 1. That amount is double the 5 million dollira Congress approved Hit year. ...-State Department.witnesses ran ·i'lnto. shirp^questioning from com-! ,mittee niembefi critical of the ' sat ,oMhe' rtquestS' '·: Representative :Clevenger (R- ; 6hio) a'ccuied the administration "of tarryini on a '.'scare campilgn" ^'·bise'd^ori'the threat of Soviet »g- ::.«i{ession. .Collihi- told the group ·this country must, "enter into the ,-: struggle,'' lor- men's minds with '. .every reiiurce at our command." ./·,-.'· We. milst make maximum use .: of -every, means of communication '.Owe posses*,".he said. "We must retain the psychological advantage. We must employ a positive approach Instead of a negative defense." Mose Hlrvey, chief of the State Eipartment'S Research Division for Russia ind East Europe, testified that America faces a new "sinister" twist in Soviet propaganda. ··, Where the Russians once, "limit? ed .themselves .to' arousing ahtag* onism'"'against '. systems or ruling circles." he slid, they have since January 21, I98p, taught the Individual Russian to hate the individual American. This Is being bolstered, Harvey said, with atrocity charges dating back to World War I and "is global in extent." The current objective is to "isolate the United States, to force it out. of Europe and Asia." he j testified. He estimated the Soviet propaganda outlay at more than $1,400,000,000. a year, which he Hid did not include cost* of Communist party operations abroad. . Collins urged that the State Department take responsibility for combatting "Yankee go home" propaganda in countries where increasing numbers of Americans are being tent in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization buildup. The proposed bulget Includes $1,180,000. for that.purpose. the expanded information campaigns which were outlined included: . . " 1. Extension of. two additlonil floating radio relay ititloni like . the.. newly "commislloned Colit, Guard ship Courier. 2. A $5,300,000 Information program in Japan when the peace treaty goes into .effect Ihd the oc- eupatioh ends. . ' 3. Printing of some J4 million books to be told -in countries where Russian books are sold it around 50 centt a copy. 4. A $4,058,000 program of »pe- cial films to combat Communist propaganda movies in the Near; Middle and FarEaM. Ptairie Grove ·' V"'\'. The - Order of Rainbow Girls met Monday night at-'the Masonic Mall.. During- the business session ,ihe mmobers were invited to it- tehd grand officers' night at Fay- 'etttville, April 12.- The members meeting scheduled for Fayetteville In. June. Two candidates, Anita Tunnell and Donna Jean Morrison; .were initiated. Several Eastern Star members -and Masoni jvere present. 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