Aligning the Communist Chron Sexton Foods Sexton Foods - Wikipedia '....In Jan 1941, the company expanded by opening a branch warehouse and truck fleet in Dallas, at 411 Elm Street, the later Texas School Book Depository....' '....at the Chicago Stadium on Labor Day in 1940...Communist Rev. John R. Thompson chaired the rally and led a committee that formed in its aftermath to carry national antiwar activity to Washington....Harry Haywood estimated that the APM (American Peace Mobilization) "consisted of over 6,000 delegates representing the 12,000,000 in trade unions, youth organizations, women's clubs, and Black groups." While Jewish neighborhoods were difficult to approach for obvious reasons, Italian and black neighborhoods proved more receptive. And by early 1941, state leaders were again talking about the improved work in the Midwest.(63) (63) (G.R. Carpenter to Assistant Chief of Staff, War Department, 18 Jan 1941, reel 31 frames 428-31; 26 Jan 1941, reel 31, frames 434-37; 8 Feb 1941 31, frames 455-58; 14 Feb 1941, reel 31, frames 461-63, USMI-SRUS; Haywood, Black Bolshevik, p. 496. While the part made inroads into the peace movement, the right wing had them beat. Philip Jenkins, Hoods and Shirts: The Extreme Right in Pennsylvania, 1925-1850, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1997, has excellent descriptions of various right-wing movements and how they coalesced during the 1940-41 period.).' (Storch R, Red Chicago:American Communism at its Grassroots, 1928-35) Army Feared King, Secretly Watched Him: Spying on Blacks Started 75 Years Ago Stephen Tompkins: Army feared King, secretly watched him, 3/21/93 '....A 6 Sept 1940 report from Major G.R. Carpenter, Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence for the Sixth Corps Area in Chicago....In Sept 1917, the War Department's Military Intelligence Division (MID) opened a file on King's maternal grandfather, Rev. A.D. Williams....'