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DECEMBER 7, 1970 THE BORAH SENATOR, BOISE, IDAHO PAGE 7 Smith accuses NAACP, politicians of communism by Helen Christensen 0  "in 20-36 months American will be a police state. We, the citizens of America will be living as slaves under a communist government." This statement was part of the prophesy made by Charles E. Smith, who spoke to several Idaho and Oregon audiences during the last two weeks on behalf of the John Birch Society. The title of Mr. Smith's speech was "Civil Rights is a Farce." Mr. Smith, who referred to himself as a "colored man" rather than a black, claimed that the communists working in this country are trying to "pit one group of Americans against another - namely, the blacks against the whites. The Negro agitators are not working for the American Negroes; they are working on them. Movement designed "The civil rights movement is not a Negro movement," Mr. Smith went on to say. "it is an instrument designed by com- munists and socialists to use the Negro and his honest grievances to condition the Americans to accept socialism by way of legal and court decisions." "The revolution is all around us," he warned. "Three out of four people in the world now live under communism and we're going to be the next to go." i1 II  He explained to his audience what he maintained were "the devious steps Russia and the communists have employed to sell the nation into commu- nism." Among these steps Mr. Smith included expanded government spending (such as for missiles), foreign aid, the unbalanced national budget, higher taxes and inflation of currency, government control of prices and wages through government mediators in strikes. tie also cited the growing centralization of power in Washington, control of state education systems through such practices as bussing of blacks in the South, and the growing horrors of the Vietnam War. "We will be surrendering to Russia," he said. Lines are stronghold "By having Robert F. Kennedy, a Massachusetts citi- zen run for the Senate in New York, the communists have tried to eliminate our state lines, the stronghold of American sover- eignty," he said. Mr. Smith also stated that the c'ommunists realize that they cannot succeed unless they control the churches. grooming to take over as the American communist leader - Ronald Reagan. Mr. Smith's list of communist institutions included the NAACP, The Job Corps, Unions, Peace Corps, National Council of Churches, National Education Association, The Ford Founda- tion, the Carnegie and Rocke- feller Foundations. in short, Mr. Smith accused nearly every major political figure and corporation owner and many committees and organizations which purport to be for the betterment of man's social conditions as being communist. tte accused the youth of today of having no respect for established American traditions, yet in his speeches he continually referred to the U.S. Supreme Court Justices as "horny old men" and accused several American Presidents, Senators, Representatives, and church and* community leaders of being "bought by the communists. RED GLACEL ski smock end multi-colored warmups are modeled by senior Debra Richman. Pat Merrill wears shades of purple in water repellent jean ski pants and a fleece lined vest with a nylon knit top from the Bon Marche. "The National Council of Wet 100k stars and stripes Churches is a communist organization designed to oppress y religion. They are going to replace Christ with Marx and headline ski fashion trends replace God with Satan," he claimed. Mr. Smith also claimed that by Sharon Christian then taken off before going into ski binding with a metal disc to all large foundations in Ameri- This season's ski fashion the lodge. Warmups keep the hold the boot in place instead of ca are really fronts for corn- forecast shows the wet look way skier toasty warm and can be a toe piece, according to Miss munism and are part of the out ahead on the slopes. Short, bought in solid colors and flower Kathy Barker, sales clerk at Sib conspiracy to place blacks belted jackets, styled" in bright designs. Kleffner's. against whites and condition solids and brilliant checkers Ski goggles now have a new A new boot this year which Americans for communism, worn with stirruped over-the-ski- filter which reduces fogging up promises to be popular comes in Communists control boot stovepipe pants, typical of to 50 percent. They also come magnesium, a strong but the wet look, will be popular on with grey- and yellow-tinted lightweight metal, Bob Deth- "The communists have had the slopes this season, according lenses to improve visual range, man, retail manager at Bob something to do with all to Mrs. Donetta DeVoe, fashion The new toeless wonder is a Greenwood's Ski Haus, reports. political candidates and people buyer for the Bon Marche. in high government places for tleadlining another ski trend the past 20 years," he added, will be stars and stripes forever "The communists have al- - red, white and blue splashed ways made heroes of their own. across many articles of ski That's why they killed John F. apparel and equipment. "Conser- Kennedy and Martin Luther vative skiers, however, can still King," Smith claimed, be in step with unadorned He then read a list of those he navy," said Mrs. DeVoe. claimed were active communists The new wind breaker shirt, and communist organizations made of 100 percent water active in America today. The list repellent nylon will also be seen included Martin Luther King, swishing down the ski runs on ttenry H. Fowler (Secretary of mid-winter days. These shirts Treasury), Nelson Rockefeller, look great under a square or Dwight D. and David Eisen- V-neckedpullover. I bower, John F. Kennedy, Adlai Nylon water-proof warmups, Stevenson, Henry Cabot Lodge, quilted pants with long side Hubert Humphrey, John Lind- zippers, are also popular this soy, Richard M. Nixon and the season. They can be worn over man the communists are ski pants to keep them dry and I- -Wnder Where? 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