New Orleans Times-Picayune March 5, 1958 P41
Soviet Students Draft Exempt
Richard C. Bell, speech before Exchange Club
Bell visited 6th World Youth Festival in Moscow last
August as a state dept. observer
says best method of relieving tensions is further interchange
of travel and students
[Re: Moscow festival, see Morris and Mollie Block in HSCA
May 7, 1958 P22
Foreign Policy [Association] Leaders Named
Mellin Chosen Head of N.O. Association
some FPA board members: Eberhard Deutsch, Richard Bell, Clay Shaw,
May 7, 1959 P38
N.O. Delegation Going to Vienna
Group Will Attend World Youth Festival
Richard C. Bell, southern director American Youth Festival
jazz band "The Last Straws"
May 9, 1959 P35
Plan to Attend Festival is Hit
To Be Use for Propaganda Aims - [American] Legion
Kent Courtney vs. Richard Bell
May 14, 1959 S2-P19
Foreign Policy Group Elects
FPA, Robert D. Hess, pres.
Richard Bell, Jesse Core, Clay Shaw
May 21, 1959 S1-P26
Legion to Warn of Red Festival
Louisiana Youths to Get Facts on Event
Festus J. Brown, Kent Courtney
May 31, 1959 S1-P24
'Free Enterprise Seminar' Nears
W. Guy Banister
Douglas Caddy, "Human Events"
want all young people planning to go to Vienna Festival to attend
June 5, 1959 S1-P11
Youth Seminar Speaker Named
"to alert local college students to the dangers involved in
attending the communist-sponsored World Youth Festival in Vienna."
June 7, 1959 S1-P12
Hope Incentive Hailed by Evans
Free Enterprise Seminar Hears Professor
Dr. Medford Evans
Guy Banister on "Aesopian Language"
June 18, 1959 S2-P6
Vienna Festival Motion Passed
YMBC Favors Individual Students Attending
Festus Brown opposed
Ivor Trapolin supported
June 21 1959 S2-P4
Views of Readers - Seminar Results
by James H. Pfister
Free Enterprise Seminar
100 attendees Vienna Youth Festival
some Tulane students changed mind about attending
July 19, 1959 S3-P13
Vienna Youth Rally Seen as Red Sounding Board
Gloria Steinem, Leonard Bebchick
Independent Service for Information on the Vienna Youth Fest.
July 25, 1959 S1-P7
Legion Opposes Youth Festival
James Pfister, Festus Brown
"anyone attending will aid the communist cause"
July 28, 1959 S1-P8
17 Orleanians at Youth Rally
Hope to 'Sell America,' Says Richard Bell
American Youth Festival Organization, Chicago
July 28, 1959 S1-P8
Austria Youth Ask Lama's Aid
Anti-Reds in Drive on Youth Festival
July 30, 1959 S2-P2
Exhibit Taken to Festival by N.O. Group Refused
Red Officials at Vienna Claim Lack of Space
Richard Bell, jazz band
Aug 2, 1959 S1-P1
Group from City Fights Communism with Jazz
Plays Dixieland Music at Youth Festival
Richard C. Bell, Ernest Kinchen, Charles Jones
Aug 3, 1959 S1-P8
Anti-Red Roughed up in Youth Festival Parade
Slogans Stirs Anger of Pro-Communists
Aug 4, 1959 S1-P3
[Paul] Robeson Says Policy 'Fascist'
Singer Sees Good in Visit by Nixon
Richard Bell had quit festival in protest of beatings of
Aug 5, 1959 S1-P11
Youth Festival in Vienna Ends
No Decisive Victory for Either East to West
Aug 21, 1959 S2-P2
Youth Festival Activities Told
Bell Relates Orleanians' Part in 'Unsuccess'
Sept 10, 1959 S1-P19
Bell Says Reds Lost at Vienna
Dillard Students Praised for Work
March 12, 1960 S3-P2
Protest March's Leader Attended Festival -- [Leander H.] Perez
protest at Dillard
Ernest Kinchen attended Vienna Youth Festival
Perez speaking as lawyer for the Citizens Council of Greater N.O.
Andrew, John A.
The other side of the sixties : young Americans for
freedom and the rise of conservative politics / John
A. Andrew III.
New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c1997.
"Born March 23, 1938 in Long Beach, California, [Douglas] Caddy
attended high school first in Houston, Texas and then
in New Orleans, where he graduated in 1956. Caddy had
admired Senator Joseph McCarthy, circulated petitions
supporting McCarthy's efforts in New Orleans while a
sophomore in high school, and was an inveterate writer
of letters to the editor in support of such
conservative causes as the Bricker Amendment. He later
became a volunteer worker for Phoebe and Kent
Courtney's early publication, Free Men Speak, which
grew out of that petition drive."
Caddy, Hunt and Watergate:
There's a mention of Bell in the Davy book.