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spkr. U.S. Cong. Ag. War (Daily Wkr.

RHS, ROGER WILLL\M: nat. bd. dir.
A.C.L.U. 1933; Nat. Mooney-Billings Com.

RTTTER. HARRY O.: com. Chr. Soc.
Act. M.; St. Louis, Mo.

RIVERA, DIEGO: former mem. cent.
exec. com. Communist Party of Mexico
and delg. to 1929 Anti-Imperialist World
Congress, Frankfort on Main; hired by
Rockefeller to decorate Rockefeller Cen-
ter, N.Y.; decorated Communist Party
(Opp.) New Workers School (N.Y.C.),
1933 ; came to U.S. on advice of Moscow
friends as propagadist for the proletariat
and revolution C'New Republic," May 24,
1933) ; disciplined by Communist Party of
Mexico for accepting post as head of the
National Art School "at a time when that
same govt. was hounding the Party"; 1933
backed by "New Masses," John Reed Club,
etc. hi his fight against Rockefeller.

of Raymond Robins; pres. Nat. Worn. Tr.
Un. Lg. 1907-22, hon. pres. since 1922, and
now chmn. of its Intl. Com. on America's
Relations with the Orient; one time pres.
of N.Y. and Chgo. branches; Am. Assn.
Lab. Legis.; Lg. Women Voters; with Agnes
Nestor, organized agitative parade in Chgo.
to stimulate public interest hi release of
Big Bill Haywood, I.W.W. leader on trial
for murder, called by Chgo. Tribune an
"anarchist parade" (Haywood was released
on bail and escaped to Russia) ; endors.
"Professional Patriots."

ROBINS. RAYMOND: pro-Soviet; ad-
vocated recognition; Chgo. Forum Coun.;
endors. "Professional Patriots"; Com. for
Human Rights Ag. Naziism 1934; photo
featured in Intourist News No. 1 (summer
1933), which said: "He was in Moscow
during the revolution as commander of the
Red Cross. He was the first to make au-
thentic reports to the U.S. on the successes
of the new Soviet Govt. His work in Mos-
cow brought him into personal contact
with Lenin and other Soviet leaders, many
of whom he intends to renew acquaintance
with this summer."; Hon. David R. Fran-
cis, U.S. Arab, to Russia, who exposed him
when testifying before a Senate Com. on
Soviet Russia in 1917 wrote that Col. Rob-
ins was then "persona grata" to the Bol-
sheviks ; Andrea Kalpaschnikoff , in his book,
"A Prisoner Under Trotsky," p. 42, states:
"Their (Red Cross) last piece of 'relief
work' was not done to please the sound
Russians. It was the donation of hundreds
of thousands of cans of condensed milk,
sent to the starving babies of Russia, to the
Red Army of Trotsky. I found this out
when I was in the fortress from one of my
jailkeepers who bought me some in the
public market and brought it to me saying

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triumphantly: 'Look at this, the Americans
have given it to the lazy Soviet soldiers
for nothing and we fathers have got to pay
forty rubles a can to the Bolsheviki for
it."' (1918).

and painter; advis. coun. A.S.C.R.R.; co-
author with Communist John Reed of "The
War in Eastern Europe" ; accompanied Reed
on trip to Balkans and Russia 1915 ; mem.
staff "The Masses" and "Liberator"; Emer.
Com. So. Pol. Pris.; John Reed Club,

ROCHESTER, ANNA: Communist; nat.
bd. dir. A.C.L.U.; "New Masses" staff,
1933; staff Labor Research Assn.; nat.
coun. Fell. Recon. ; ed. "World Tomorrow,"
1925; exec. com. L.I.D.; mem. Teachers
Un. Aux.; co-author with communist
Grace Hutchins; writer of communist Intl.
Pamphlets; N.C. to A.S.M.F.S.; Pris. Rel.
Fund (I.L.D.) ; Recep. Com. Soviet Flyers;
John Reed Club.

RODRIGUEZ, WM. E.: lawyer; active
in Socialist Party; Aid. (Socialist) Chgo.
1915-8; exec. bd. A.C.L.U. Chgo. Com.;
former vice pres. Pub. O. Lg. of Am.;
sponsor Berger Nat. Found, dinner, 1931.

ROEWER, GEO. E.: nat. coun. L.I.D.
for Mass.

ROLLAND, ROMAIN: French Commu-
nist; writer; Intl. Com. for Struggle Ag.
Wax; intl. com. W.C.A.W.; writer for
"Izvestia" and "Pravda"; headed Anti-Im-
perialist Lg. of France (see A.A.A.I. Lg.) ;
intl. com. Nat. Com. to Aid Vic. G. Fas-
cism, 1933; corres. for A. Lincoln Center
"Unity"; endorser "Letters of Sacco and
Vanzetti"; intl. advis. bd. Intl. Literature

RONN, ESKEL: Communist; born Fin-
land; gen. mgr. Cent. Coop. Exchange since
1922; North. States Coop. Lg.; home Su-
perior, Wis.; died 1932.

Socialist sympathizer and associate; paci-
fist; Non-intervention Citiz. Com. 1927
(Opposed to Monroe Doctrine, which the
Roosevelt admin, has abrogated; 26 of its
75 members leading Socialists or Commun-
ists) ; active member of socialistic Nat.
Cons. Lg. (see) and Nat. Worn. Tr. Un. Lg.
(see), both supported by communistic Gar-
land Fund; donated radio fees to Nat.
Worn. Tr. Un. Lg. and radical Am. Friends
Serv. Com. (see) ; co-worker with many
radicals, some of whom have been ap-
pointed to Government positions by her
husband; speaker, Nov. 24-25, 1933, Prog.
Edu. Assn. (see) meeting with radicals
Norman Thomas, Reinhold Niebuhr, Harry

A. Overstreet, etc.; sent telegram expressing hope
for success of radical pacifist World Peaceways
(N. Y. Times, 10/17/33); vice pres. N.Y. Lg.
Women Voters; addressed pacifist Conference on
Cause and Cure of War, introduced by Carrie Chap-
man Catt, who exulted that "for the first time in
the history of our country we have a woman in the
white house who is one of us" (Chgo. Trib. 1/18/
34); on advis. bd. ultra radical New Sch. for Soc.
Research (see) 1931; communist Daily Wkr. 4/7/34
stated she and Miss Perkins were donating their
services broadcasting over socialist Debs Memorial
Radio Station WEVD (see) for benefit Intl. Ladies
Garm. Wkrs. Un. (which rec'd $100,000 from Gar-
land Fund for one communist-led strike) and sug-
gested that this official cooperation might explain
why the Federal Radio Commn. had lately granted
this Socialist radio station an increase in wave length.

RORTY, JAMES: Communist; Nat. Com. Def.
Pol. Pris.; M.W.D. Def. Com. 1930; contrib. ed.
"New Masses"; contrib. ed. "Student Review"; con-
trib. to "Common Sense"; with Hunger Marchers
in Wash. 1932; Communist Lg. P.G. for F. & F.
1932; A.C.L.U.


ROSENBERG, JAMES N.: lawyer, vice chmn.
Am. Jewish Jt. Dist. Com.; chmn. Am. Jewish Joint
Agrl. Corp. (Agro- Joint) , which has settled 100,000
Jews on land as agriculturists in Russia and is spend-
ing many millions additional toward continued Jew-
ish land settlement in Russia; dir. A.S.C.R.R.; For.
Pol. Assn.; contrib. to "The Nation"; home N.Y.C.

ROSENTHAL, HENRY M.: Rabbi; Am. con.

ROSS, EDW. A.: Prof. Sociology, U. of Wis.;
People's Legis. Serv.; Nat. Pop. Govt. Lg.; Nat.
Save Our Schs. Com.; endors. "Professional Pa-
triots"; nat. coun. Berger Nat. Found.; author of
books on Russia; "Communist-Recommended Au-
thor"; nat. com. A.C.L.U. 1931; signer of Jt. Com.
on Unemp. demand for redistribution of wealth
(Fed. Press. Wash. Letter 4/7/33; endorser of
F.S.U. Soviet recog. campaign; signer of letter to
Pres. Roosevelt urging Russian recog.; signer of A.C.
L.U. telegram to N.R.A. protesting United Mine
Wkrs. of Am. jurisdiction in cold fields (as against
Red unions) ; advis. bd. Lg. for Org. Prog. ; dir. A.S.
C.R.R.; contrib. to Rosky Golos Decennial (com-
memorating Russian Revol.) ; formerly at Stanford
U., dismissed because of radicalism.

ROYCE, EDW.: Communist; Am. com. W.C.A.
W.; treas. W.I.R.; delg. to W.I.R. cong. in Berlin,
1931; bd. Pris. Rel. Fund (I.L.D.).

RUBICKI, STEVE: Communist Party function-

RUBIN, JAY: sec. communist Food Wkrs. In-
dust. Un.

RUBINOW, I. M.: vice pres. A.A. for O.A.S.

RUEGG, WALTER (alias Paul Nouellens) : Com-
munist agitator; sec. Pan-Pacific Tr. Un. Secretariat;
arrested in Shanghai with wife, Gertrude, both charged


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with sedition against Chinest Govt. 1932.

RUGG, HAROLD: Columbia U. Prof.;
broadcast speaker of Dec. 26, 1933, for
socialist L.I.P.A.; his growing pro-Soviet
eulogies in another speech are quoted at
length in communist Daily Worker, Dec. 5,
1933 (Mike Gold's column): "Today
6,000,000 young Russians in the Communist
Youth Organization are making a fine con-
structive contribution to the construction
of a new social order. Here is a war
psychology of dramatic action which is so
dear to youth set to the great building
tasks of peace.' " His reference is to the
Russian Comsomols (Young Communist
League), which are building for world
bloody class hate and revolution, destruc-
tion of religion and family life ; cooperating
educator Recon. Trips, 1931; bd. dir. Prog.
Edu. Assn. organ 1934.

lish author and lecturer; head Eng. section
communist Anti- Imperialist Lg.; fined
100, imprisoned for six months, and lost
lectureship at Cambridge U. for treasonable
actions during War; author of "What I
Believe," which advocates sex immorality,
and "Why I Am Not a Christian," in which
he says: "I believe that when I die I shall
rot and nothing of my ego survive."; Daily
Worker (Oct. 26, 1931) quotes him as say-
ing in New York: "There is no hope in
anything but the Soviet way."; L.I.D. lec-
turer on Am. tours; debater at Communist
New Workers Sch., N.Y.C., 1931-2; vice
pres. Freethinkers (atheist) ; British section
A.S.C.R.R.; endorser "Letters Sacco and
Vanzetti"; Freethinkers Ingersoll Com.

RUSSELL, CHAS. EDW.: journalist and
author; Socialist; nat. coun. Berger Nat.
Found.; mem. spec, mission to Russia,
1917; author of "Russia Unchained" (1918)
and "Bolshevism and the United States"
(1919); cand. for dir. L.I.D. 1931; vice
pres. Pub. O. Lg. of Am.

RUSSELL, ELBERT: Prof. Biblical In-
terpretation and Dean, Sch. of Relig., Duke
U.; nat. com. A.C.L.U.; special lecturer for
Am. Friends Serv. Com. in Germany and
Austria 1924-5; home Durham, N.C.

RUSSELL, GALEN E.: Socialist; nat.
coun. Fell. Recon. 1928; Com. for Thomas

RUTHENBERG, CHAS. E.: deceased;
U.S. Communist Party founder and exec,
from 1922 until he died; lived in Cleve-
land, Ohio, which is designated "Ruthen-
berg" on U.S. maps redrawn by Soviets for
"after the revolution."

RYAN, JOHN A.: Catholic priest; 1920
Lusk Report, p. 1139, cites him as leader of
a certain group in Catholic Church "with
leanings toward Socialism"; Prof. Moral
Theol. and Indust. Ethics, Catholic U.,
Wash., D.C., since 1915; dir. soc. act. dept.
Nat. Cath. Welfare Coun.; co-author (with
Morris Hillquit, alias Hilcovicz, radical
left-wing Socialist) of "Socialism Promise
or Menace" 1914; a leader of Cath. Assn.
for Intl. Peace; nat. com. A.C.L.U.; vice
chmn. Labor Def. Coun. (with Communist
Wm. Z. Foster, Eugene Debs, etc.) 1923;
Nat. Mooney-Billings Com. 1929; Am. Assn.
Lab. Legis.; hon. vice pres. Nat. Cons.
Lg.; N.C. for P.W.; vice-chmn. Jt. Com.
on Unemp.; Nat. World Ct. Com. 1931;
vice pres. A.A. for O.A.S.; vice pres. Pub.
Ownership Lg. of Am.; Nat. Pop. Govt.
Lg.; Nat. R. & L. Found. 1933-4 and book
editor, with Ernest F. Tittle and E. L.
Israel, of its very Red organ "Economic
Justice," which features Soviet atheist car-
toons and distributes Communist books
such as "Toward Soviet America" by Wm.
Z. Foster, "Little Lenin Library," etc.; nat.
coun. For. Pol. Assn.; Nat. Save Our Schs.
Com.; People's Legis. Serv. and a founder;
endors. "Professional Patriots."

Commissar; 1917 revolutionist.

SACCO, NICOLAI: beneficiary, with
Bartolomeo Vanzetti, of Communist Sacco-
V. agitation ; executed with Vanzetti for the
murder of a paymaster and theft of $15,000
at South Braintree, Mass.; prosecution of
these Anarchist-Communists cost the county
$36,000; Communist agitation carried case
to U.S. Supreme Court, 1927.

Communist from Bombay, India; intl. com.
W.C.A.W.; mem. Parliament, England;
Intl. Red Aid; intl. com. Nat. Com. to Aid
Vic. G. Fascism, 1934.

SALZMAN, R.: Communist; nat. sec.

araguan mine worker; Communist-sup-
ported, violently anti-American revolution-
ary 1928; intl. com. W.C.A.W. 1932; killed
Feb. 1934.

A.I.' Lg. ; brother of Gen. Augusto Sandino
of Nicaragua (communist-supported revo-
lutionary) ; killed Feb. 1934.

SANFORD, MARY R.: Socialist; exec,
com. L.I.D.; exec. com. Conf. Prog. Pol.
Act.; formerly sec. Vt. Socialist Soc. and

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mem. bd. Nat. Cons. Lg.; nat. coun. Ber-
ger Nat. Found.; N.Y.C.

on Unemp. 1933.

SANGER, MARGARET: formerly wife
of Dr. Wm. Sanger, now Mrs. J. Noah H.
Slee; leading birth control advocate; pres.
Am. Birth Cont. Lg. ; lecturer and writer
on subject; indicted 1915 (charges dropped
after petition to Pres. Wilson by radicals)
and arrested and convicted 1916, both for
illegal birth cont. activities; author of book
formerly barred by P.O. Dept.; former
associate of Emma Goldman and Alex.
Berkman, anarchists; mem. Lg. for Am-
nesty Pol. Pris. (of Berkman anarchist
gang) ; listed in Freethought Press Assn.
(atheist) catalogue as "a crusading free-
thinker against religious bigotry"; Fell.
Faiths speaker 1933 Chgo.; Freethinkers
Ingersoll Com. 1933.

SANGER, DR. WM. W.: author of "The
History of Prostitution," pub. by the Free-
thought Press Assn., whose catalogue says
of the book: "Tends to prove that prosti-
tutes of our own times come generally from
those classes of society where religion is
taught most thoroughly and that the pros-
titutes themselves are generally ultra-

SAPOSS, DAVID: Socialist; res. faculty
mem. Brookwood Lab. Coll. 1932; bd. dir.
L.I.D.; edu. dir. N.Y. jt. bd. Amalg. Cloth.
Wkrs. of Am. 1920-1; instr. Rand Sch.
1932 ; John Reed Club.

on Arts) ; lect. on the theatre and on Rus-
sia; ed. Plays of the Moscow Art Theatre,
etc.; author "Revolt in the Arts"; N.Y.C.

brother of Francis Bowes Say re (Roosevelt
appointee and endors. Lane Pamphlet) ;
wartime "peace" worker; minister; exec,
com. W.R. Lg.; nat. com. A.C.L.U.; Emer.
Peace Fed. 1917; Labor Def. Coun. 1923;
exec. com. Non-intervention Citiz. Com.
1927; Emer. Com. Strik. Rel. 1928-33;
Church L.I.D.; Nat. Mooney-Billings Com.;
II Nuovo Mondo Nat. Com.; nat. advis.
com. Sacco-V. Nat. Lg.; endors. com.
World Peaceways; nat. com. Nat. World
Ct. Com.; exec. sec. Fell. Recon. 1932; nat.
vice chmn. C.M.E.; sec. Fellowship Press
(pub. "World Tomorrow") ; pres. "World
Tomorrow" 1932; Peace Patriots; Congres-
sional Exp. Radicals; Conf. Prog. Pol. Act.
camp. com. 1934; endors. Lane Pamphlet.

SCARLETT, WM.: dean St. Louis Epis-
copal Cathedral since 1922; nat. com. A.C.
L.U.; nat. coun. C.M.E.; Sherwood Eddy

delg. to Russia, 1926; nat. coun. For. Pol.
Assn. ; endors. "Professional Patriots."

U. Phila. branch; nat. coun. C.M.E.; Peo-
ple's Lobby; Sacco-Vanz. appealer; For.
Pol. Assn.; Am. Friends Serv. Com.; endors.
Lane Pamphlet.

SCATTERGOOD, E. F.: vice pres. Pub.
O. Lg. of Am.; elec. engineer.

SCHAAR, SARAH B.: exec. com. L.I.
D.; advis. com. C.W.C. on Unemp.

SCHACTMAN, MAX: Communist Lg.
nat. com.; nat. com. A.A.A.I. Lg. 1928;
"Trotsky ite."

Chgo.; A.C.L.U. Chgo. Com.; People's
Lobby; endors. "Professional Patriots";
sponsor Berger Nat. Found, dinner, 1931.


SCHLESINGER, BENJ.: Socialist; mgr.
Jewish Daily Forward, Chgo.; was gen.
pres. Intl. Ladies Garm. Wkrs. Un.; in-
famous People's Coun.; Workmen's Circle;
nat. coun. Berger Nat. Found.

SCHLINK, F. J.: nat. com. Nat. R. & L.
Found.; technical director of Consumer's
Research (socialist) ; finan. contrib. I.L.D.
1928; lect. for L.I.D.

SCHLOSSBERG, JOS.: born Russia;
Socialist; nat. com. A.C.L.U.; Workmen's
Circle; wartime "peace" worker and an
org. of infamous People's Coun.; gen. sec.-
treas. Amalg. Cloth. Wkrs. of Am. and ed.
of their organ "Advance"; L.I.P.A.; U
Nuovo Mondo Nat. Com.; Non-interven-
tion Citiz. Com. 1927; org. Pioneer Youth
of Am.; bd. Russ.-Am. Indust. Corp.;
advis. com. Fed. Unemp. Wkrs. Lgs. N.Y.C.
1932; exec. bd. Fed. Press; Conf. Prog.
Pol. Act., 1933; nat. com. Lg. Against
Fascism; lecturer Rand Sch. 1931-2; en-
dors. Lane Pamphlet.

"Recovery Through Revolution"; Sacco-
V. Nat. Lg.; sex and spec, lecturer and
psych, consultant Labor Temple Sch.; co-
author "Sex in Civilization" with V. F.
Calverton; consultant communist Wkrs.
Cooperative Colony, N.Y.C.

SCHMIES, JOHN: Communist Party
cent, com.; Communist Party Dist. No. 7
org. at Detroit.

SCHNEID, HYMAN: Socialist Party;
Workmen's Circle; exec. com. C.W.C. on
Unemp.; pres. Amalg. Cloth. Wkrs. of 111.;
Am. Com. on Inf. about Russia, 1928;
Socialist Cand. for 111. Congressman-at-
Large, 1932.


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SCHNEIDER, ISADOR: novelist and
poet; Communist Lg. P. G. for F. & F.
1932 ; leader anti-Jap, parade Feb. 4, 1933 ;
contrib. "New Masses'' and Daily Wkr.;
home N.Y.C.

sian Poland; Roosevelt appointee Labor
Bd. 1933; Fed. Unemp. Wkrs. Lgs. of
N.Y.C. 1933; Communist sympathizer; see
Hands Off Committees; pres. N.Y. and
vice pres. Nat. Worn. Tr. Un. Lg. since
1917; wartime "peace" worker; Emer.
Peace Fed.; Am. Conf. Democ.; an org.
infamous People's Coun.; nat. com. A.C.
L.U.; cand. U.S. Sen. N.Y. Farmer-Lab,
ticket 1920; Emer. Com. Strik. Rel.; nat.
coun. Berger Nat. Found.; exec, and org.
of Cloth Hat and Cap Mkrs. Un.; gen.
org. Intl. Ladies Garm. Wkrs. Un. 1914-
1916; has objected, it is said, to the nick-
name, "the Red Rose of Anarchy"; assoc.
of Mrs. F. D. Roosevelt on Non-interven-
tion Citiz. Com.; Fell. Recon.; nat. com.
Nat. World Ct. Com. 1931; Pioneer Youth
of Am.; signer of ad. in "World Tomor-
row" for Aug. 1925 soliciting money for
Garland Fund for use in helping Chinese

land Fund Com. on Am. Imperialism.

SCHOFIELD, CHAS.: com. Chr. Soc.
Act. M.; Ft. Collins, Colo.

Chgo. Prof.; lecturer Communist Chgo.
Workers Sch. 1932; leader of tour to Soviet
Russia for A.S.C.R.R. and Intourist, 1933 ;
Communist Lg. P. G. for F. & F. 1932;
Recep. Banquet Com. for Ford 1932; nat.
com. and endorser Student Cong. Ag. War,
(U. of Chgo. 1932) ; contrib. "Soviet Rus-
sia Today" 1932; dir. A.S.C.R.R. Chgo.
branch; endorser Janowicz, Communist
cand. Aid. Sth Ward, Chgo., Feb. 1933;
sponsor of communist Chgo. Workers
Theatre 1933.

SCHWARTZ, BENJ.: com. Chr. Soc.
Act. M.; Muscatine, la.

Chgo. Com.

SCHWARTZ, MAUD: org. Pioneer
Youth of Am.; Socialist; mem. Workmen's
Compensation Bd. of N.Y. State Dept. of

Adult Edu. Coun.; L.I.D.; mgr. very radical
Hirsch Center Forum at Sinai Temple,

Jewess; Minister to Switzerland and mem.
radical Nat. Coun. of IS governing

Hungary 1918-19, under communist-aiding
Count M. Karolyi, who delivered Hungary
to Bela Kun Communist terror regime;
org. with Lochner of Ford Peace Party;
org. with Jane Addams and others of W.I.
L.P.F. ; has described herself as an "uncom-
promising pacifist and absolute atheist, and
without a sense of nationalism"; denied
U.S. citizenship because she refused to
promise to defend U.S. in case of war; her
atty. in citizenship fight, an A.C.L.U. atty.;
Fell. Faiths speaker Chgo. 1933.

SCOTT, WALTER DILL. pres. North-
western U., Evanston, 111.; World Peace-
ways; Nat. Advis. Coun. on Radio in Edu.
(in conjunction with L.I.D.) ; opponent of
Baker anti-sedition Bills at Springfield
Hearing, May 1933; denies that James M.
Yard's radicalism was cause of his dismissal
from U. staff.

SCUDDER, VIDA D.: Prof. Wellesley
Coll.; Socialist; nat. coun. Berger Nat.
Found.; formerly social worker; A.C.L.U.
Mass. Com.; mem. A.C.L.U. com. on acad.
freedom; also nat. com. A.C.L.U. 1932;
exec. com. Ch. Socialist Lg.; vice pres.
L.I.D.; chmn. Ch. L.I.D.; Peace Patriots;
II Nuovo Mondo Nat. Com.; Sacco-V.
Nat. Lg.; financial contrib. Common-
wealth Coll.; endors. "Professional Pa-
triots" ; Cong. Exp. Radicals ; home Welles-
ley, Mass.

SEARS, AMELIA: social worker; for-
merly sch. teacher; Cook County Commr.,
111.; A.C.L.U. Chgo. Com.; Fell. Faiths;
W.I.L.P.F.; Chgo. Forum Coun.; Wo-
man's City Club, Chgo.; acting pres.
Urban League Chgo. 1933 at race relations
parley; adv. com. Util. Cons, and Inv. Lg.

SEAVER, EDWIN: Communist Lg.
P. G. for F. & F. 1932; contrib. ed. "New
Masses"; Nat. Com. Def. Pol. Pris. 1931;
John Reed Club, N.Y.C.; writer; former
publicity dir. A.C.L.U.; Com. for Philip-
pine Independence; Fell. Recon.; Lg. for
Mutual Aid.

SEEDS, NELLIE M.: see Nearing.

SEEDS, WM. H.: com. chmn. C.W.C.
on Unemp.

SEITTER, CARL C.: com. Chr. Soc.
Act. M.; Los A., Cal.

SELDES, GILBERT: assoc. ed. "New
Republic"; radical columnist for Hearst
papers; appealed for funds for Rand Sch.

Columbia U.; A.S.C.R.R.; Fell. Recon.
Pet. Russ. Recog.; vice chmn. Fell. Faiths
com. of 300; Nat. Cons. Lg.; Freethinkers
Ingersoll Com. 1933.

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SELLERS, ALBERT G.: Communist;
nat. treas. Bonus Exped. Forces Rank and
File; U.S. Cong. Ag. War; 524 Walnut
St., Allentown, Pa.

SENIOR, CLARENCE: nat. sec. Social-
ist Party; A.C.L.U. Chgo. Com.; exec,
com. L.I.D. Chgo.; advis. com. C.W.C. on
Unemp. (Borders); nat. com. L.I.D. ; delg.
Labor and Socialist (2nd.) Intl. at Vienna

1931, Paris 1933, etc.; tour conductor Rus-
sia 1930; nat. com. W.R. Lg.; campaign
dir. Socialist Party 1932; wife Ethel Wat-
son; nat. com. Lg. Against Fascism; spon-
sor Berger Nat. Found, dinner, 1931.

author, born Dublin, Ireland, 1856; leader
London Fabian Society (Socialist) ; a
founder British Labour Party; lecturer on
Socialism since 1883; intl. com. W.C.A.W.;
lauded Russia and Soviet regime after
short, carefully-supervised visit there in
1931; a London dispatch dated Dec. 12,

1932, pub. in Los A. Examiner, quotes
him: "Keep Einstein out of America?
They can't do that! I am a Communist
and they haven't tried to keep me out. I
have a passport."; created furore in China,
Feb. 1933, by advising Chinese students to
"get into Communism up to their necks"
and join in a Communist revolution; latest
book bitter attack on religion; British
section A.S.C.R.R.; Freethinkers Ingersoll
Com. 1933; Intl. Com. for S.A.W. 1933. -

SHEDD, CLARENCE: nat. com. Nat.
R. & L. Found. 1933.

Am. com. W.C.A.W.

SHIELDS, ART: Recep. Com. Soviet
Flyers; Fed. Press corres.

KIND) : dir. Chgo. Wkrs. Sch. 1933 ; Com-
munist Party Agit.-Prop. dir.

SHIPLACOFF, A. I.: convicted during
war for issuing and circulating seditious
propaganda; Amalg. Cloth. Wkrs.; former
Socialist alderman N.Y.C.; Conf. Democ.
and Terms of Peace; Non-intervention
Citiz. Com. 1927; II Nuovo Mondo Nat.

SHIPLER, GUY EMERY: edtl. chief of
the Episc. "Churchman" since 1924; rector
St. Paul's Ch., Chatham, N.J.; nat. com.
Nat. R. & L. Found. 1933.

from Minn. (Farmer-Labor Party) since
1922; formerly dentist; mem. of radical
bloc in Congress; Garland Fund Com. on
Am. Imperialism; endors. Lane Pamphlet.

SHOEMAKER, F. H.: Congressman
from Minn, of Farmer-Labor Party; en-
dorsed by L.I.P.A.; Conf. for Prog. Pol.
Act. com. 1933; nat. com. Lg. Against
Fascism, 1933; urged Pres. Roosevelt to
free War-Time prisoners (Times, Chgo.
5-24-33) ; served jail term before election
to Congress.

SHOTWELL, JAMES T.: Prof. Colum-
bia U.; Carnegie Endow, for Intl. Peace;
Non-intervention Citiz. Com.; Griffin Bill
sponsor; Lg. for Org. Prog.; advis. coun.
Foreign Lang. Inf. Serv., 1933; spkr. at
Conf. on Cause and Cure of War ("World
Tomorrow," 2-22-33).

SHULTZ, E. B.: nat. com. Nat. R. & L.
Found. 1933.

SIEGEL, WM.: Communist writer for
Intl. Pamphlets; "New Pioneer"; John
Reed Club; contrib. ed. "New Masses"
1931; illustrator and cartoonist.

SIGMAN, MORRIS: Socialist; born
Russia; pres. Intl. Ladies Garm. Wkrs.
Un.; org. Pioneer Youth of Am.; N.Y.C.

Lithuania; nat. com. A.C.L.U.; nat. coun.
C.M.E.; Nat. World Ct. Com.; vice pres.
Cons. Lg. of Ohio; Nat. Child Lab. Com.;
endors. Lane Pamphlet; Fell. Faiths spkr.
Chgo. 1933; nat. coun. Berger Nat. Found.;
home Cleveland, O.

Party functionary: Recep. Com. Soviet
Flyers, 1929.

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