WASHINGTON (May. 22)
Stetson Kennedy, a writer who Joined the Ku Flux Klan to learn its conspiracies, told a House subcommittee here that “hate sheets” are for by mill owners.
He testified before the group, which is holding hearings on fair employment practices, that he served as contact man between the Klan and publishers of anti-Semitic publications. He charged that the Klan, Columbians, American Shores Patrol, end the Gentile Army all trade in hate against Jews, Negroes and Catholics. He said be saw checks mailed in by mill owners to pay for the printing and mailing of “hate” publications.