Keyword
in
Collection
Date
to
The Southern Conservative, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1953
File 001
File size: 5.50 MB
Citation
MLA
APA
Chicago/Turabian
The Southern Conservative, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1953 - File 001. 1953-01. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 22, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/southern/item/1037/show/1028.

Disclaimer: This is a general citation for reference purposes. Please consult the most recent edition of your style manual for the proper formatting of the type of source you are citing. If the date given in the citation does not match the date on the digital item, use the more accurate date below the digital item.

(1953-01). The Southern Conservative, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1953 - File 001. The Southern Conservative. University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/southern/item/1037/show/1028

Disclaimer: This is a general citation for reference purposes. Please consult the most recent edition of your style manual for the proper formatting of the type of source you are citing. If the date given in the citation does not match the date on the digital item, use the more accurate date below the digital item.

The Southern Conservative, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1953 - File 001, 1953-01, The Southern Conservative, University of Houston Libraries, accessed May 22, 2019, https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/southern/item/1037/show/1028.

Disclaimer: This is a general citation for reference purposes. Please consult the most recent edition of your style manual for the proper formatting of the type of source you are citing. If the date given in the citation does not match the date on the digital item, use the more accurate date below the digital item.

URL
Embed Image
Compound Item Description
Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1953
Contributor
  • Darden, Ida M.
Publisher Southern Conservative
Date January 1953
Language English
Subject
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
Place
  • Fort Worth, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 10604411
Collection
  • Houston Metropolitan Research Center
  • Ida M. Darden Collection
  • The Southern Conservative
Rights No Copyright - United States: This item is in the public domain in the United States and may be used freely in the United States. The item may not be in the public domain under the copyright laws of other countries.
Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Houston Metropolitan Research Center.
Item Description
Title File 001
Transcript TuE SouTHERN CoNSERVATIVE -To plead lor a return of Constitutional Government- Vol. 4 Fort Worth, Texas, January, 1953 No.1 TIME TO PIPE DOWN ON CIVIL RIGHTS AND GIVE PROPERTY RIGHTS A BREAK RESOLUTIONS WHICH ALL PATRIOTIC AMERICANS· SHOULD MAKE FOR 1953: During the coming year, I resolve: To remain alert to the constant danger to my country through the activities of anti·American groups which operate around the clock to destroy the American form of government, and to use the .brain God gave me in helping to thwart their evil plans. To watch carefully the votes o~ my representatives in Congress and to communicate with them and f1rmly express my disapproval when they propose or agree to Socialistic policies which are contrary to es­tablished American principles. To demand of my two United Stales senators that they not only refuse to approve, but vigorously oppose, any treaties with world groups which would supersede the Constitution of the United States or nullify our Bill of Rights. To refuse to join any organization, or become associated with any group, until I have first made a complete investigation into their acti­vities in order to thoroughly convince myself that their hidden motive f-Ja:not to promote nationar or world Socialism, advocate the surrender or American sovereignty to subversive world organizations or aid in efforts to bring about the mongrelization of the Anglo-Saxon race. To find out what text books are being used in public schools of my city and to protest vigorously to members of the School Board if Socialistic material, UNESCO or any other anti-American propaganda is being used. To demand that my representatives in Congress uphold and pro· teet-the doctrine of States Rights on which the Republic was founded and that they use their efforts to prevent the passage of legislation which infringes on such Rights, such as FEPC, anti-poll tax, anti-lynch· ing and anti-segregation bills. To refuse to contribute one penny to the pastor of my church if he discards the Word of God in his texts in favor of the doctrines of Karl Marx or if he advocates the affiliation of my church with any na­tional or international religious-political organization which promotes world Socialism. To refuse to attend any picture show or theatre in which any performer appears who has been cited by an authorized legislative committee as belonging to a Communist front or who is knO\\:n to have defended Communist groups. To oppose extra..curricular activities of the Federal government, to advocate the elimination of unnecessary boards, bureaus and com· missions and to constantly drive home the proposition that theft by taxation is as immoral as robbery with fire arms. To denounce Socialized :\tedicine, Socialized Education through Federal Aid to schools and to emphasize the responsibility of members of Congress to restore Constitutional government in the United States. To be concerned primarily in the security and welfare of my own country and to register my opposition to the custom of penalizing in­dustrious Americans in order to send supplies to foreigners who show their ingratitude by shipping them, in turn, to Iron Curtain countries. To give encouragement to the new national administration in its announced determination to lift the nation's economy from its current low estate but-if occasion demands-not hesitate to make it clear that aroused Americans will deal '"'ith Republican Socialists in the same manner that the:\" !!!!posed of Democratic Socialists. Millions of man-hours have been frittered away by mem­bers of the Congress of the United States in aimlessly dis­cussing and endlessly debating a subject of legislation which belongs to the States and on which the Federal law­making body does not hove the slightest vestige of Con­stitutional authority to act. For years the ears of the American people have been assaulted by a barrage of racial propaganda which has reached such proportions that it has clouded the thinking of Congress, inspired illegal rulings by the Su· preme Court and influenced immoral and outrageous directives from the White House. The absorption of members of Congress in the spurious issue of Civil Rights has caused them to neglect serious consideration of major problems which their constituents sent them to \Vashington to solve. While they have wrangled over "social conditions" in the South which do not concern them in the least and have squabbled over who should sit and work where and with whom, Property Rights have gone to pot Confiscation of the financial assets of the citizen has become an ac~ cepted policy in the Republic where the motivating impulse of its follnders was to set up a form of go;:ernment which would protect the people in their God-given right to work, to save and to own~ The history of Civil Rights propaganda goes hatk to tht• Krcn"''lln, of course, where Stalin long ago suggested that the agitation of this issue in the United States would slir up racial antagonism and cause a division in the ranks of Americans which would serve his purpose to eventually bring this country under Communist rule. The Soviet leader's program was launched here early jn 1930 when unscrupulous characters in Roosevelt's administration persuaded him to bait his hook with "Civil Rights" in order to snare the "liberal vole" in forthcoming elections and cinch his job. They were aided and abetted by a horde of maritally frustrated and emotionally under-privileged females searching for a "cause" to which they could devote their idle hours and empty brains. It was so thoroughly exploited during the next few years and pre· sented so many disgusting angles that by 1948, it was dying on the vine as a campaign issue. It was in that year that a pipsqueak politician from Minnesota, with nB more understanding of fundamental principles o[ government than the gopher which serves as the emblem of the State !rom which he hails, pumped new life into a dead issue and set the professional "liberals" oft on another tangent. With the two-fold hope of reviving interest in the corrupt Fair Deal and to attract attention to himself which his natural talents could not command, this leather-lunged lug arose among the assembly of government job-holders, five per centers and influence peddlers largely comprising the National Democratic Convention at Philadelphia and sounded off about human rights being paramount to States Rights. It didn't mean anything of course and his premise was completely in error since the rights of the States are basic in the American form ot governme!"''t while "human rights" is a catch-phrase cooked up by small­bore politicians to provide a convenient issue as a substitute for deep and profound questions of government of which they have no understanding and are totally unable to comprehend But in the_ mental vacuum which prevailed at Philadelphia, lt was accepted as an msptred pronouncement of an immortal statesman and the political goose-sleppe!S at the convenhon applauded madly, stampeded and ran w1ld on the bases S~nce then: it has a~sum~d its former dimensions as a political issue, crowdmg out vttal questions m the recent presidential campaign and n0\'7 inspiring Leftists in the United Stales Senate to actually demand that the basic a_nd age-old rules. of that body be changed so they may have an op· portumly to get Kremlin-sponsored proposals enacted into law. Since it has been impossible to generate the same measure of sym· pathy for Property Rights which Civil Rights has inspired, the people of the Umted. Stales must go over the heads of members of Congress and fmd relief 1n the Slate Legislatures who, through a provision in the Con· (Continued on Pa~ 2) Millions of Americans Think It--The Southern Conservative Says It Page 2 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE FIVE GOOD AMERICANS MISSING FROM THE EIGHTY-THIRD CONGRESS January, 1953 Members Of The Senate Forgot To Read The Fine Print In The United Nations Charter Five good American patriols will be miss- spurious claim that they did not know Call it what you will-Socialism, and no one ~ers~n could read all t_his ing from. the roster of ~ongress in its they were subsidizing Communists whea Communism, or what have you -the t~·ash . and tnpe 1f they spent a life- 83rd sessiOn and the Amen can people are they did it. same mass madness which has invaded time m the effort. the losers because o! the absence of these If they don't have any more sense than. the minds of millions in this country Writing of the Charter was left to good Americans. that, they certainly .are dangerous peJ'o and throughout the world, has found twisted brains and distorted minds The Honorable John T. Wood o£ Idaho sons to be trusted wtth the spendmg of ~u~;r~~d o~0t~~ltt~it:~p~~st~~0n~ ;~dt~~ :;~;~~f:~fi~~sbfh:O~~~ro:~~s t~nc~·a~hk~ w.~:h::foe;~i~a~i:n3\l:~i~~ ~~;~c:.up against va~h!0~~:::~blc JohnS. Wood o! Georgia th~ documents of its affiliates such brained theorists from all over the h1m wa~ composed of orgamzed labor, W~rld and Hon.orablc Howard Buffett of Ncbr<aska as UNESCO, Covenant of Human world who had a screwball idea to Fc<l~ralists and supporters of the Umted voluntanly retired and were not candi- Ri;~ts and Co~vention on Genocid~. incorporate in its org~nic framework. ~~~~:~ f;h:~: lr~~~~~:~:s~r~:ni:~i~~ ii~:. da~ehse f';;o~:~~:~~io;~hn Rankin of Missi• f?rr;t:~e a~~e ~a~~~~i~d~~f~~~~~:t~·~n~ ~t:!.~~e:Jo~ie~h~hYsng~~rf::t~; ~~~t in 11~:~:~~: .. E~7cnae ~~~~h~~g~~or~~sp~~=~ ~.:::~~ hb~t bt~~~r ·:~f~~;;et~ 0~e~::ts ~~: ::~! s~ncC'rely believe that. t~IS orgamza- Ill-fated day m 1945 obviously d1d not At the time of his death he was engaged unsuccessful However he was finally ~~~c~·e~ftesr~~~s. ~at~~~~c s~~~~~d t~~r~~~ ~~:~d ~~~~indee~;:~! i~0th~edo~~~~:~t ~~ ~~ J~~:~~f~~~~~ ~~~~.ar2~r!::i~d:~~n:t~~~~ ;;.~:;;:ca~l:;r~~;~ ~~t t~~ ~~!~~~~P~-hi:~i! a~d feel that It provides a mediUm traitors to the mterests of the country who have been using their tax-exempt Iature re-shuffled the districts and it waa "Where the peop.les of the_ world may they profess to serve. privileges as "educational" groups to en- made possible for enemies of good gol)o ge~ t~gethe['t discfss t~eir pr?blem~ Not only would any responsible and g~g? in mo\'ements to promote World So- ernment to get rid o! him. ;~ace. ormu a e p ans or uruversa ~~~~~·a~l~tyAp~;~!~at o{~~~s~r~~os~f; cJ;~:m~incerclr hope that this il}vestiga- we~:oo!e;~~l~l:::s a::d B~~~t~ o:! N;:~~~~ '\\re concede that this is true and advocated by the auxiliary branches of tion will go on <and that the new Chairman Cox of Georgia and Rankin of Mississippi agree that if the United Nations had this organization as set forth in the w~ll pursue it as \'igorously as his predeces- were Democrats-real Democrats, that is­held steadfastly to its alleged purpose thousands of dif£erent pamphlets they sor and that he will not be bluffed by any not Fair Dealers. Time to Pipedown (Continued from Page 1) of preventing war, it would be more have issued but the obscene and vui­~ han worth all the bil1ions of do11ars gar implications presented in some of Jt has cost the taxpayers of the United them would cause a mule skinner to States. blush with shame. stitut~on. have supreme powers which surpass those of Congress since they But we now know that its announc- Perhaps there is merit in the basic are ~Ivcn authority to deman~ acti?n by the F~de~al law-makin~ body. ed objective of insuring peace was idea behind the United Nations and f~ere are two ways provided m the Conshtuhon of the Umted States merely a blind for foisting on the maybe it can be re-vamped and re- by which that docum_ent rna~ be amended. . . world a Socialist Super State to serve organized to the point where it could One o_r the way~ IS for th_Irty_-two States to pass resolutions demandn_Ig as the machinery for carrying out emerge as a useful medium for pre- that Congiess submit a Conshtutwnal amendment back to the State Leg•s­every crackpot scheme ever devised serving peace, but first t~e Commu- ~atures and when thirty-six ~f t_hese States have ratified the amendment. for supervising the moral, political nist rats with whi~h it IS crawling It becomes. part of the Conshtuhon. . . and social behavior of every member would have to be kicked out and rc- The Sixteen_th amendment to the Constitution! known as .t~e Income Tax of the human race sponsible citizens commandeered to amendment, as It now stands allows Federal taxmg authonbes to take all I What, for. instan-ce,. has the teach- ~f~:~t:ri~:r ~~:::;~rti~n~ ?{~~f t~:d p~~~: ~fg~~~ ~~tl:e~~~t~~~~~ea~et~~i:ted:tci!eu~f g~ ~~Pe'~e~ea~~tefte~i~f c;o~'i.'!~ t~; ~\~a~~~~s~~~~e~~~b~as~a~1~rcgae ~~~ j;~t~fo~:.f peace and to that one sub- I1ve :~~~s~~t~t: ah~~~d~:~~~e:r~~-0~;et~tl;S:;~~e h;~~ea~e:~: S~~reee;~ lo do With peace and how 1s the m- Our su estion would be that all a_mendment .which will permit the Federal government to take twentyo ~er~~bonal understan~mg advanced the literafugre which has been issued ftve l?er. cent of th~ citizens' income instead of 100 per cent which is now "! . e passage of a umversa.l law pro- by the Unite<\ Nations and its subsid- penrusstble. In nahonal emergency the amount may be raised. VIdmg that ?negroes and whtte people iary organizations to date which is still . High g?vernment officials in Washington may, and probably will,. may marry· . on hand be collected, put int~ one obJect to this change but they can't do. anything about it when thirty-two If the best and soundest mmds had huge pile and made into a bonfire; States have acted. It then becomes . mandatory on. Con~ress to submlt been drawn from vanous countries that the vast multi-million dollar build- the am~ndment back to the State Legislatures for ratification, as dlfectec\. to draft the original Charter and rules ings which houses it be fumigated with .It IS then out of th~ hands of Washing1on bureauc_rats who h_ave been of procedurC', they would have limit- sheep dip and their windows and doors pl~ymg fast a~d loose w1.th ?ther people's money ever smce they discovered ~d the subject to a document cover- thrown open to the air and sunshine th1s Iooph_ole m a Conshtuhonal am_endment. . 1ng perhaps t.wenty-five or thirty until all the stench in these vermin- Th1s IS .where t~e people come m and take over m an effort to rest~re pages and restncted the objectives of infested structures has been obliter- Property Rights which were so unfortunately surrendered when the Sno· ~=n~r~~n~~i~~;'.:f~~~a:~ i~~o~~h~e~~: ated. _ teen~ ~;;:.ern~~~~\,:V~~em:fd~h~~a~hf1ht~~sC=t~~tb~~s~."tth~ ::s~Ltion operation of the friendly member Then, and then only, would It be demandmg repeal of the Sixteenth amendment, contact your lawmakers at nations. possible to set up an organization dedi· once and gel others to do so and don't let up until the Resolution deman .. As it is, millions of tons of litera- cated to universal peace as opposed to mg repeal has been passed by both Houses of your Legislature . . ~ri~ ~a: been J>Ut out at a cost which one committed to the regimentation of not ~~~ss~ryb~o~ats~:dg~~e~~~/~~mth~f S~a~o~~u;;~~n~t.Resolution and It ill l manly Impossible to estimate the human race. There are twenty-one States whose Legislatures meet this month and He Could Have Figured A Year Without Saying This which have not already taken action, and our readers in these States are Why Was The "Put Christ Back asked to get busy on this Resolution at once. These States are Arizom~ Into Christmas" Campaign ~~o~~·:k, ~~~[~d~~r~~~~~~~~~ b~~~~'na~%~~~~dDa~~~~~s~~~'th Mbs:~~~ Necessary! Ohto,. Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, West Virginia and As he prepared to step down and Many Americans were appalled by the Washmgton: . out, Harry Truman gave Dwight D. campaign put on this year to ''Put Christ There IS some confusiOn about the manner in which the Resolution Eisenhower a soft, gentle and friendly back into Christm<as" or rather at the reali- was pass~d by the Texas Legislature and it should be repassed in that State pat on the back with a nice, sharp zation that such a campaign was needed. to clear It up. meat cleaver. Why was it necessary !or Americans to Following is a copy of the Resolution as it passed in the sever al State9 He made the sadistic proposal that be reminded that Christmas is the Anni- who have acted: Congress grant the new president spe- versary or the Birth of Christ? This coun- ~~~~~~~i~i~~ [l~f:~~~=:~~~~~ ~iii~~i~~~~~ t~nder concern and solicitude that a Perhaps if ministers o! the churches had ease .!'xceed 2S per ~en.t. ath, or by ...-oy of g>ft, shall '" ,.. ~~~i~~tl~~~~~~ ~~1~11~~f;~ ~liit1i.~iltit~l ~~oa~l~;en:~~~~::nco: i~;V~~~~:~~:~ ::r:h~n :::";;~:t:~ ~at::t~-~~~~t;:;it r::~i~~ ~£;~:~~;~:~~:"u:~:~ ;~~~e~m:~::':::ifie~oi~Yb:h;~~:;~,~·~ i;;e:~a-~: .. ~~i:~~heo~~;,~J ~a= or contacts in the White House? ion and the moul precepts it stands for. ~~'J :.' :::tts!.~:~{~.~e~~~~:~!E!e:~:~e;;~e!~::~{~::!"'~"o":.s:e.;·:;~::!~1lat!;::s=:~t! ~ni~:: St::: 4onuary, 1953 THI SOUTHERN CONSERVATIV& PageS SOME REVEALING SIDELIGHTS ON HOW THIS Name of ,"High Elective Official// GENERATION'S CHILDREN ARE BEING "EDUCATED" Sponsoring Communists Is Revealed ln the event there are those who Ol·ado, last month a natiOIHvide tele· When the scandal concerning Com- tho~gh the Constitution s~ecifically ~tll doubt _that world mo~ality has vision net~wo:k sho\ved the ~irth o~ a m_ u.nists in th~ Unite~ Stat~s delega- d~mes such interferenci m States ropped to 1ts lowest level m human baby, begmmng from the fmt pams lion to the Umted Nabons first broke, Rtghts by Congress. istory, we point to a recent Reuters until final delivery and a lusty yell, 1t was disclosed that a "high elective Here are ~orne of the ~ames of those ews release from London. which television viewers all over the offlcial" in this country had recom- who have either been f1red from the According to this dispatch, Creek country, including little children, mended four or five of those sub- United Nations, resigned ?r who have ~anor School in that ~ity which is \~ere given an opportunity to see, pro- versives to such positions. been recommended to be fired becau~a w experiment in education which it out the window. elective official"' and U looked like fused to say whether or not they have :lt i~f t~fsa~~~~~rr~,p~b~1~g~~~~~l i~is~ ~~te~r~~~;t ~~c~~;n°1~e1~tfe~~·0~h;~~ th:O~~;~~oe~!~.et~ec~:!~~~etc~i~c~h7;~ bhoe~~~~?stei!~~i~i~~r~:r~h~nt~~:d r1~: !{i~~k\~~o~~~~a~rb~~~ie~ho;;o;;:f ;~ ve~;~;; ~n~~oer~d~f ~g~;i~~,1 i~n~ ~~~ ~~~~r;~l )iY::c".!e1~h~oi~~n t~mb~arab~~ ~:~-~y! belonged to the Communist ~ft:d~_§t~te~~untnes, mcludmg ~he r;s\l~~~~~~ted by a privately owned ~~;~~~~~l~:~~~e~nformation from the Ab~=~~~ W~~nJ~f.ubfr~~n~-~0~:01~~~~~: In th1s 611-student school, of whtch . . .· . Later. howev•r, the Capitol Staff of Rhoda Rastoff, Anna Rubmstem, Lena iva iter H. Wheeler 1s headmaster, . In p1ess diSpatches de. scubmg the the Scripps-Howard newspapers broke Sptegel, D1m1try Varley, Marshall hundreds of teen-age students are tncldent lt was sald that lt had the the story and let th• oat out of the Wolfe, David Zablodowsky, Helen f~ired off as 11man and wife" under approya~ of the_ ~mencan Me~Ical bag. Kagen·Pozner, Irving Kaplan, Julia ~h~~e s~~~r~si~~y a7~~ ~reu~:;e~:~~e~ ~s;to·~-~~~~~ia~~\vl~o~~;;~·~e ~oc~:~~:~~ He~~:i-t a;;~~l~~le~fth~!~t ~~;k~enator ~~~~~o:~~:~·but~,i~~~e fo~~?~~~~;.: Apartment as part of the_ inst_ruction me~ICtne w~uld sanctwn an of!ense Lehman, it will be remembered, is bert S. Schimmel. Sonya Sokolow, iO prepare them for marned life, the agamst pubhc morals such as this. one of those who actively opposed the Alexander Svenchansky, Ursula Was-article states. . In its desire to "educate" children passage of the McCarran lmmigration serman, Marjorie Zap and many "The boy and girl start the day by in the mysteries of birth. we wonder law which seeks to prevent Commun- others. tnaking the double bed together" we if _television authorities will stop with ist spies from flocking into the coun- When asked by newsrne~1 for a state· fre told an_d then 11At the end of the th_Is or if other phases of the process try in the future as they have been ment_, Senator Lehman said maybe ha ay, the gll'l takes a bath. Her hus- wtll be televised. allowed to do during the past several did recommend some of these people and_ s1ts by ;,he f1re and reads the What we need is some responsible years ahd he also voted to uphold Tru- for JObs in _th~ Unite~ Nati~ns, and ·v~~~~ge ~:a~e~s. no sex i_nstructi~n" ~a~~~~a~~mo~i:~~nF!~~~~l ~~~~~~~i ma~~s i;e!fs~f~~:~!rmoet~~~e.movement ~~!~~ex~e h~~~~i~, !eethl~~: ~~d~i~ 1 :; :~~e!.~~e~ ~~~~~~ ~~a~ay~~f~r:l~~~~~ on a level slightly above the gutter. l~e t~~lt~rd ~~;~~e;h~e~~f:ni~ ~~J:~ ~~ no~sked specifically about David their biology lessons". We have show~red you~g c_hrict:en pave the way for the Communist-in- Weintraub who was formerly his as~ When asked how the male students and teen-agers with sex mfol mahon spired program to ram "civil rights" sistant he said he just didn't remem-t~~~ l~r t~hu~~i~ct:tyN~he~f ~~~~:~~1~ ~~ ~\~:n::a~f~~s an~~i~~~ei~~ ~[j~~!: down the throats of Southerners even her about that either. tta;~\~~~~r'ihat this is a mark ror ~:!~o~ye1~~qt~~nti!1i~;ga~:;::~~ct _in the National Council Of Churche-s Represents Only The :~~nb~~~~~~a:"t~:;o~a~~ ~~;,;o':,l~~ wi~·~.:0th~ ~~~Ul'~lO~lt~liSger~~~~~~~~ Views Of A few Bishops And Other High Dignitaries any more depraved and degenerate bility to the home and to the parents . . . . ~~~1g~~~~~e ~ho~e t~; ~~t~~lists in Lon- ~\~h5~t~ec~t 0~r~g:;~: 1~e\ohno~~ ~~;h~n h~~~ _ w:~:\~~~~:e~e~~-~~~\~;~n sia1~·:0~~~~~ ~=~~~~;~ ~~ftl~~~ n~!r~~~s~~~u~~~~~ar,~ Then here at home, in Denver. Col- custody of the child. official poll of ?ur own, and th~ re- volved know that they ar{l belllg 'rep4 - -----'----------''---------lsults bear out. m a small way, what resented" UNESCO HEAD SAYS KNOWLEDGE WILL RUB ALL TRACE OF GOD FROM THE UNIVERSE we have always known to be true in The manner in whirh the various a big way. churches become. "affi_liated" with the Almost eYery day, we have taken National Counctl ol Churches of time to call S€'veral numbers in the. Christ in the U. S., formt-rly the Fed­telephone directory a~ random and as_k eral ~ouncil of Churches of ~ht:ist._ is th~~~e!~h~r JW~~e~0~f1~ni~~~~hw~~. cc------~---l ;~~,·c~e~.t~~w!~~s~g what the1r ~~rt~~s~~~:,c~1~0 o:~~1t~~~g:1:/t~~~~~~ ~he Umted Natlons which seeks to SOME QUESTIONS WHICH When they told us, we then asked ination to membership in the ouUit ~hape the educahonal polwes of the AMERICANS ARE ENTITLED them if that church was a member of and the individual members know no ruled States and the world, unhl the National Counc:tl of Churches of ~ore abou.t what th1s Natwnal Coun~ /' {~"H,~~~~~c~~~~.~t~h~~:nn!~~th::. TO HAVE ANSWERED ;::i~o'~n~~~e o¥ c~~;co;;;e~iyc~~~,[ed- ~~c::;:e~· o~0 ~h~h1~,~~~r~~ ~~b~~~ ~h.~ fa~e~ us, was elected. Harry Bndges has beet\ demed the nght lo ~!at~~ ~~~~~:d!;r~o~~v!t~~~t~t a:~: he~sh~~~~=c~~~eod/~~~~!W~~l Coun· Muxley 1s now devoting h1s_ hme to appeal h1s case m which he was ordered, single exception, there has never been ell of Churches of Christ is the same fo the preparation of a world history but not: deported s~me years a~o. What one who did not reply that they did as that of the United Nations - to textbook for UNESCO which will be does th1s mean? Will Ha1-ry Bndges now not know whether it did or not. In bring about world Socialism or Com­flipped into educational institutions be deported? most cases. they did not know what munism and any one who does not be­In this country if the National Edu· Also, is the case of Judy Coplon finished? the National Council of Churches was lieve it is invited to acquaint them- ~~i~~ct5~~~~aJi~~· eJ~~~~~~. ~! ab~: ~~e s~:~i~;n~~~~~~:~~tb~~::~:n~se~r:0n~n:~~ an~hheadc~~~~rl h~;~~~~f ~~asts that It ~~~~eso~~~~~e o~0ifsml~~~s!~f;o~~dr~~ tao manage it. Department of Justice and delivering them "represents'' between 30,000,000 and rea~ the ~ubversive literature the or~ As an example of Dr. Huxley's re- to a Co~munist spy, but, through some 40,000,000 church members, when gamzation sponsors. Fr~~u~i~e\~~ft~~~~ j?i~~~· ;h;:il~t~~~g: ::c~~~c~l:~·of~h~h:u~~:;e i~o~~~twt~se :b~~ From a San Francisco attorney: uu We'll String Along With Our BieG~I?e s;~lil:r~?d: coovs%icot~·h;;~~~~ ~! ~~~:Yc~~~o:~u~~:; :~~i~; she now free seem~ ~nbeliev~ble that an outsp~ken 0~~:~~~ ~-~~p~~~~~:~~~t!:t~·eir::- Oat, but the growth of knowl~dge Will Also, we seem to remembe1· that Fred- papet hke youiS should not b~ given dividual in America can pay tribute tb n~~ebneli~va: i~oamgd~eoru~~vdes~~.e. I :~i~k~n~:~~;~:~~~!~e~1;t ~:!~s:~ ~~::.~~~:t~ ~:\ot~~e ~i:;:~ ;::~:s:~~ic~:lsc:I~~u~::; ~onot~~n;lat~at~~t. ~~~r~~~~sd m~~~o~=: ut~r~~~e~o7i~~~t;go::t~ ~~ei ~t~~~;~~ ~:~~~ss~~:~1s:: ;~ob!~1~ r~!~~~t~ ~~e~~::~r~; the country who would certainly ben- }~~~~e~7!~~~~!~~n~o ~:_18 country and fb~;·r~~f:~~=~~~~ vYe~~Sa~~ ;~tvr~~ of;;e~~::~, are entitled. to know the ;~i~c:r~:i;:at~!p!t.wi:l ::~~os:o::. tio~~tg:~i~~s~:~yw~~u:sc~o~0e~i:gi~~~: ~!ic:r~w~xg;~::i?~Jiv?~u~r!~fe~s.but ;;:tt~~ ':e:~:i~~ ~~~~~~o~~·it:~ ~~a~:.ich af- With your talent, you could have had ~=~~ ~r~;~ ~0°nper~~~le v~~~ ~~~~~ma~~ Dr. Huxley was the General Chai~- unlimited fun_ds at your disposal_if you :i~~~i~~~e t~o i~~~ir~a~n;;n~~afl~eb~e~:: "':~~~~~Na~~C8 ~e~e~~ ~td:n t~~s We have done pretty well under had throw_n 111 with the l~fl-wmgers a nee of "United Nations Day." Eft nization does not speak officially o~r wntt~n C~nst1tut10n and ~111 of and the Fair Dealers and wtelded your As fo~ us, we w11l continue to s~ring r his group we would like to be Rlghts fot mm e than a centuly_ and brilliant pen in urging Socialistic along with our own flag, our nattonal ormed who' does. ~~~=-?~:~t~~~ =~~ ~~g~~·d~~:r~r~s~~s~ measures in Washington.~~ (Thank you :~~h=~nd:~g i;h:u~~!fii~;"ota~Ye:fa~i~: ':Ve re-ass_ert that not. only Is the at than that we surrender these _tm- for the compliment but wi would have to our own country that there is none ~~~~~~ut~~~~~tsis ~~~~~1~~~71g ~~;~~guh ~~~~a~sd~~~~t~~~so~~1 a~~;o~~~!ra c~~~\~~ starved first.-Editor.) left over for alien lands. fuch depraved groups as UNESCO to that human mind could frame. Fro_m a private business executive in pommunize the United States and the Washmgton, D.C.-"Some people seem to w-orld . In all fairness, Jet's give a great big feel that we have won the game just be- From a Boston, Massachusetts, financier: hand to Bess Truman who at least cause we have the ball. They forgot that rrom a Los Angeles la~y.: "My very be~t ~~i;~~~at: t:~i~~ ~~~ :;.~a~o~~a:\:::~~~~ c~rr~ed on her _end of the job with ~:ehf:Vre t!:I:t:h:e:::i::~s :~ !~:e~';t:::: wtshe~ to the most brilliant woman m p1ece or work in behatr or all the people d1gmty and credit to her sex and who made a first down yet. U we pny and ~menca and for the 1ucc~.ss and growth of in the !lountry. More power to you dear proved such a wholesome contrast to work even harder, we .thall have il'Oundt lat very best newspaper. lady," her immediate predecessor. to bt hope!ul." Page 4 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE January, 1953 The Southern Conservative '(Ambassador .in Exile" I ONLY TROUBLE WITH McCARRAN ACT IS A monthly_publication of Is New U.S. Title IT WAS PASSED fifTY YEARS TOO LATE editorial opmton wtth Press reports from Mexico City in-national circulatwn. dicate that William O'Dwyer is seek- ----------~ The McCarren Immigration law wa. ld• M. cordon Edit.. :~f1 ~~k:~~~t::'o"r::~. there where he LaHimore Will Have Chance ~~s~~~~J .g~~~s~ ~~~g~~~so~~~e":i~~~ Editodol Officoo Flo; iron Building O'Dwyer was named to this high To "Tell It To The Judge" it was "discriminatory" because some Port Worth, Teu1 Phone FA-2089 post by Harry Truman when an in- . Jug w~o I~ partial to Commumst spies vestigating committee of Congress It look etghteen months for Senator told htm tt was. Priu $5.00 Per Year probing crime in New York made it Joseph McCarthy's warning about The Jaw was passed over his veto ~~:!~IT~ ~. ...: . :~::'~~":n111pt~~~~ .:f. :':O.~~:t wb so hot that O'Dwyer had to take a Owen Lattiinore, John Carter Vincent, and is now in effect. S.nt without cost to mombon of Coneres•. powd.er. . . . John Stewal:t Service and som~ of the 'fo any one with a minimum or in~ ••mbon of Stoto L•thloturos, Gonrnon, It lS perha~s the fust hme in .h.IS- other Red birds .who we~e s~apmg our telligence this should be convincing ond other pwbnc officio!•. ~~rih!h~~i~e~~~~at~~v!~~~~~:i:ff~c~~ Far Eastern policy, to ~mk 1~ and for proof that the American people a~e i_n . . home on the expiration of his term of steps to be taken towatd domg some- fa~or of the l?easure and that Jt IS A helpleu 1porrow con dnft wtth the wind I office. thing about it. gomg to remam on the. statute book, ttut it tokes o.n eo.gle to fly ego.inst the atorm. The deterioration of human char- ~~~~~~sff~~~~o~~?:ao~t:i~~~sf~~tble :=========~I TRUMAN THROWS A TANTRUM acter is one of the greatest tragedies in So he appointed a "Commission on r~~. r c~~~~~.~;:~d:;·~h! • TO ATTRACT ATTENTION ~~,~~zf:\'1°~f a~~e~~,~;:a~~1~~~e~,.:\~hne ~~:~g~~~\~~ t;ge ~~t~~~!~~~~~'~acs"::;: The pow~r: ,t:~t S~:;;;~t~d . to the In his bitter and unjustified attac~s on' fess to a degree of satisfaction that ways named in similar cases and they umt~d. states by the c011stttutwn, nor ~=s~;~aa\eno~~~h~ta~~r~i~:n~:~!~·es:ae:r~ t~e slimy, slippery, eely Lattimore ~e~~~f~!~ti~~ck0}0 :~~r\~=~ tr~e~~~v ~v:J re~:~'tt~d t~: 1~a~~s t~:sp~~~~~~l~~~T:r r:~ Truman reminded us o{ an old brindle cow \\hO has sparred and fenced for years f1outs American traditions." the peopte. wi~h the hollow-hol~n who is so craze~ with i~ .a~tempts to keep. his ~ubversive ac- This provided a hilarious note to pam and frush:at10n .th~t she __ tries _to tlv1hes concealed IS fmally to be the proceedings since some of those hook every obJect withm stnkmg d1s- brought to court and compelled to composing, working with and advis~ Too Little and Too Late tance. "tell it to the judge." ing the HComrnission" have been busy in 1~u~~~: ~~~:!~ti~~~t'w:e ::~~e:~e~h!~w~~: So determined was Lattimore to {~0e~i~~ce~:~r}f:s~ c:~~1~~0o~~t o~i~~: has even forfeited whatever small remnant present himself as a misunderstood steerage and started trying to re-shape Attorney General McGranery is reported of respect lle had lor himscll. and maligned patriot that he even the pattern of our national economy. Jn the press as having said that he imag- We are glad that neither of the men wrote a book about himself called With the paper shortage what it is, Jned many Americans would be sorry !or who were the object of his attack took any "Guilt by Slander" which was plugged the material they used up in their their unkind remarks about the Department notice of his remarks and gav_e him the by the fellow travellers who control ureport" which was made before they ol J_ustice since ~e was doing elerything ~!~~~~ dc:s:~::x.t treatment which be so book r~views in New York aild work- ~~t~~~d;J~~~~a~:vi~ ~t~~du~~~~od~~~~ po~s1ble to clean 1t up. ed up mto a best seller. ed to some of the other purposes in We don't know how any one else feels cr~~e~f ~f~~~~~~~rh:n~~~: ~~~~~~ Perhaps after his forthcoming trial whi~J: this product is esse.ntial, such b~Jt as for us, our only regret is that we came back at him with a reply which for perjury in denying his Communist as limng garbage cans, for mstance. didn't say more. trimmed him down to size. activities, he will have plenty of time We odmit that the Atlorney General is to write another book. Heaven Help the mak_ing belated efforts to bring crooks to Scientific Knowledge IS We suggest that a proper title for W k • G • I ~~::~~·ilb;:u h:s::t,there too late with too No Substitute For loyally it would be: "Guilt. Period." or I ng lr Acheson Reply Is As Clear As Mud One of the stock arguments of Coyotes Utter Final Howl bui~: ::;~~!i:~ ~~/:;~ ~~e~~~:~;~i ~1~~~,;v~~~~~i';,:,,\~~e~~\~o;~~ t::,~~; And Slink Into Darkness ~~:~.:n rnl in a newspaper on De-subversives to swarm in to this coun- Communist appeasers die hard. When he was invited to appear be- ~r!rei~r~~=t ;~c;e ~ea:t ~~fe~~~~s la~~ .The members of a S~~ate s.ub-~o~: m:~!~:; fo~y~~iai r;~:~:ns~~mi~ai~~ fore a House Judiciary Committee to Einstein would have never been per- mtttee who have been mvesbgatmg interview scoffed at the idea that the explain why he had not only allO\~ed, milled to enter the United Stales. Senator Joseph R. McCarthy on re- ADA was Communist or even left-wing. but assiSted, subverSives to get JObs That would have been just dandy quest of Wtlllam Benton of Connech- . . In the United Nations. Dean Acheson and we wish we had had it in effect cut, who obJected to the W1sconsm He "-as. refer~mg to. Amencans for <'~me up with this ambiguous and eru- in time to keep the ol.d goat out. . ~~:-:o~'fs hi~gg~~~siv~ls, fi~~!e ~~=~ns! ~h~mg~~~~~c "~~~~~n~vn~~c~ti~v::ll~nheel~ di:~I r:;;:~~: not snatch the knotted as;~~ia~:fPs~~c~o c~~i~;o~:_~d a~fd h~~ final blast. p p ... ed uto send Stevenson to the sho~vers. rord from the hand of God and deal the number of Communist-front or- Having been made to appear down- All the talk about the Amencans ~i~t~s·~urderous blows to my asso- ga;i~:li~~~y h!c~~:v!%~~~· ever claim- ~~g~~nsfi~n~~ ~~e~v~~~~a~13;~nty"~\~ ~~~tfe~m~~~.~t;~:~~~~u~~';1J~~~;;ni~ • . - . . ed for him is that he developed the home Stale, the weak-kneed members quoted as saymg and as evtdence that la:;t~~;!~~~~\s"~~00~~~\~ ~~~~:~ Stales th_eory of ~elr;~il{. b,ul who knows, ~~~~m~~~~~;::e a~~ie1~v~l~~d o~t~~~ ~tn;o~~~e~c~ ~1ss;~~ ~~a~~;~~~nng ~~ . ''~,never turn my back on a Cornmu- 01 cares, w la a 1 ~· . charges at the Wisconsin senator such pointed to the fact that Eleanor Roose .. mst . . Phooey on subversives, great scten-~as speculating on the stock market velt was a member. • • lls~~-~~n~~iue for a population com- and equally asinine_ claims. Ye gods! . The Investigation We posed of loyal , patriotic Americanr Wtlh charactensttc courage, Senator Why not use the !ale Mothet Bloo_r Have Been Waiting For ~~~'~v~h~~n~_2m~n!:!nt:~~S~r~'t even ~~~~a~\::; f~~:dta~~;~,~~ ;';.tlf/t~: ~~n~~me?xample of conservaltve Amen- At long last, the mveshgahon we body to which he had been elected but ~~~~tb1~e;; ~~~~e~~a:1~dt~~~tc;ia~~ for TRUMAN SLICKS UP THE ~~~s d~~~~~~t'o~~ ~~~~kn~tf/~&":t~~Y~~~ ~~~ ~o:"n:~~a:: ~:~~~ ofo "'f:; Recenlly a press diSpatch from JOINT FOR NEW TENANT ~~d~n~e;~:~ n\~~t.prolectmg darkness we note with no surprise ~hal ~in- ::::~h~~~~r~n':::; ~~~t ~;1\~~nelorGe;;; We learn from the press that re- ston Churchill has come lo this coun-investigation- a complete investiga- tiring president Harry Truman is see-~Wh D Th try to notlfy us that En~la~d wants tion, too-into the circumstances sur- ing to il that the laundry is washed. ere 0 ey the Korean war to remam m status }~~~~~n~h\~:g~a~~~~;t~r!,g~~ ;~J~r~~ i~~ni~~:!e d~~~;~tsine~~!~:ra~i~~ i~~ Go from Here? ~u~t a;u~c~f;~mg done to put an end officials. ... the new occupant of the ·whtte House. . That is what Joe Stalin wants too. The Allorney General added lhal That is fine and it is too bad that Off-hand, we can lhmk of no more Instead of Churchill telling us how the investigation will cover "rumors he can't leave the agencies of govern· ignominious end to a human career to conduct the war, we would far of bribery". ment in a similar state of cleanliness than to be fired as an employe of the rather have him get out there in the Rumors? Ha! The accumulated filth of years has United Nations. front line of battle in Korea and jo~~:al?s~:~~d~i!~i~oon~~~~ew~~ g\~: ~e;;n: ~~e~~~d~~~f~h il will take some I To be associated with the outfit in SHOW us how to do it. "predictions of things to come" but Too bad the watet'S of the Potomac the fn·st place would seem to us to be From a working man in Denver, Colo­we venture the suggestion that if the can't be employed to flush out the disgraceful enough but to be publicly rado: "Whether or not you have received incoming Attorney General follows mess just ~s, in Greek mythology. stamped as unfit to serve with the expres~ions or this, you with your splendi~ up on this lead and really goes into Hercules dtverted the course of a ideological derelicts composing its unafraid newspaper have aided in the up­the matter fully, there may be a va- river so it might flow through the rqnks, is the ultimate in infamy, and swing of the hopes of millions of real cant chair among the seats of the Augean Stables and clean out the dirt. the most inglorious end that destiny Americans for the salvation o! our Re· mighty. left by another corrupt ruler. could devise. public." Janua This Cab "In -lea but o devoti mong gue. the E whom they • to mE Tho states ofMl of th• in op the f whict as th Th' in lh towa Natio by Ot rnent ment the January, 195S THI SOUTHERN C:ONSERVAliVE This Country Has Produced Two Men Named Henry Cabot Lodge And One Of Them Was A Statesman FROM DUMB OSCAR EWING TO CLEVER OVET A CULP HOBBY IS A LONG JUMP "I have never had but one allegiance politics, the Junior Lodge has been If the new pre~:>ident in na~ing Ov~ta 1 -I cannot divide it now. I have loved ~amed to _represe!lt the Un~ted Sta~es Culp Hobby of Hous1on as Soctal Secunty WE'LL HAY£ JQ PASS ~~~o~foen n:;d 3 ~~~~ c:~f~~ii~~a~~ t~~! ~~;~:du~~~eed o~~:~~~::J~a5t~~:'sh=~~: ~~:~-~~51~ra~;c~; ;:~~:;d ~:: ::~:;~~e~ri~: UP THE CORONAJtON :uo:.gr~~t~:~~~~n~~i~~,t~tlu~~~a~ef~~ r~;~[gn t~a~~~~gt~~~e 31~131~~~! :a~~~ ~etti.ng a, perso_n who w'ould do a top·f~ight Jt l_ooks V~)·y m~ch like we wi ll havs the Bolshevik, and by ~he men to that he will do much more than just JOb m that office Hnd who would ded1cate to misS !leemg Ehzabeth cro_wned: whom all countries are alike provided roll along like a hoop. herself wholeheartedly to the task at hand, Aside )rom not being ftn~nctally they can make money out of them, is H . C b t L d J . li . he could have rnaoe _no better selection. able to go any further in the dtrecli~n to me repulsive." brea~~~~g- !v~den~oe gtebat r.ge~ius Vl;e1: cl!~~- i~t'~~~~g:n:b:~~=~ ~:i·;~ot~alt~;~o:-s~~~: ~~a~n~~arn~rt~ak~n~al~~s~e;e ~~~l~fr~~~ These are the fateful words of a dom reptoduces 1tseU ~~d he _force- intellect and a measure of ability surpassed stand 1he strain of curtseying to thE! statesman named Henry Cabot Lodge fully re_pr~sents the pohbcally 1mma- by few of eithf'r sex. Queen Qf lhe Socialist Empire and thai of Massac~usetts spoken on t~e floor tl!re thmkmg or. the curr~nt genera- If, however, he meant by choosing we would wind up flat on the floor. of the Umted States Senate m 1919, bon and the serv1le and abJect surren- Mrs. Hobby 10 honor the type of This would probably prove embar­m opposition to world governmen_t m der to mternatJOn~hsm which the Southern woman who turned to him rassing 1o English Royalty which looks ~~~ic~or::;.e~fe~~~ O~~as~~~tyofh~a~I~;~ ~~dpe~s!d~dge so succ:essfully and ably ~~at~5~!~tlr7~~s~t:gaa~~:ltd!~~~~lm~( down rs hnose hat Ame~~ca~s any.lw~~' as th~ UniJed Nat~on~ menaces our \Ve have no assurance whatever Jeffersonian principles and its gener- ~~c~~rh:p=~t1 i:~~~: :~g~~~~f ~h~t1 etl.'h~ secun Y an sovereign Y now. that he will give any heed to the pro- al corru~tion, we are afraid he shot condition of the exchequer will not There was no Henry Cabot Lodge phetic warning of his grandfather in rather Wide of the mai~k. . . . permit us to be present. in the United States Senate in 1945 the long ago and which applies with She has never been 1denhfled Wllh This is not to say that we don't ad-to warn against adoption of the United equal force to the situation at this any moveme~t or group which _wa_s mire the lovely Queen. We do. We Nations Charter and the peril involved good hour: "The United States is the concerned With f~ndame~tal pn~lCI- only wish we, by some miracle. could by our entrance into a world govern- world's -best hope but if you fetter her Ph" of !he Repubhc or which publicly change places with her for thirty days. ment whose objective was the abolish- in the interests and quarrels of other ptotested theu violatto~ ~y th~ Roose- 1f we could, we'd show our stiff~ ment of our national sovereignty and nations, if you tangle her in the in- velt and. Tru~an adm~mst,ratwns. necked subjects how long we would the establishment of a Socialistic trigues of Europe, you will destroy Her. fma~c(~1'llcont~hui1011 \° Clhe put np with make-believe aulhorily World State. Th~ present Hen!y Cabot her pm~er for ~ood and endanger her ~~~f~~f~no whi~h~~~e S11~r~~Yo taci~f; and sign clocu.ments which somebody Lodge had res1~ned to go mlo the very existence. endorsed his c·andidacv for ihe Sen- else had wntten, and utter only Army but even If h~ ~ad ~een ther~, Criticism or the appointment of ate, even as she ,~,-·as Openly support· phra~~ which somebody else had ~~:n~~~f:era~v~J~l~~o;~\~~~v~n~!p~~~ t~~feed t~a~l~nis~ ~~~ve~oet~n~~~o~lfd t~: ~!tlt~~~:n;~r~:r ~~~~~~~tr~~~s ~~;~~ftfl~; pla\~:~d1 ~t~~~ ~e!u~~-a squirt gun_a.nd sented, for the current Henry Cabot tempered by the obvious fact that it her lack of <\Version lor extreme Left- chase lhe Soelalists out of the JOIIIt ~~f:er1 ~n~dn_a~~~e~f~~~~~~~~ :f ~~~~ ~~o~~~u~: ~~f~~~!~i~;:~~i;;;~o~~~~~Y ~l~~c~~t~ll~e~~~~~t~a~~~it~~~·l c~~~t~~P~~ ~~:s1~~~h:~dr~~~C:i~y sfon~~e0~~P~n~0;! gerous policies w~tch ~IS ~llustnous developed sense of nationalist pride Although the agency she will head is telJ the-m to take It and use 1t for s ancestor had the dtscernmg JUdgf!lent, and patriotic concern for the interests an outlaw in the .Federal set-up and has chi<:ken roost. t~e courage a!ld the statemansh1p to of his own country, to sit in that body, no legit_imate place in _the go\·ernmenl o£1---------­fight to the bttter end. so perhaps the appointment is not out a Con.~htutional Republu:, w~ prc~ict th~t ~nt: ,,f thE impor_tant. ;uhject!' 11.bouf. Through an ironic circumstance of of order. s~e will do a ban~-up JOb, w~U 1m· est 1t whl(·h v.e know nothmg. 1s our motu:tnry wtth a measure of Importance 1t has ne\'Cr ~y~tem. We 100 much wtsh v.e did for tf --~-----------------lh~d and does not deserve, and that she so, Wf' \\t-uld ask why Franklin D. lhlo~c- NOW WE KNOW WHY GRUNEWALD THUMBED wrll reflect nerlit on herself and on lhe Hll ru<•l< ,ll rhe gold in •his , 0 """' •• nd :ra~Hi~,i:~c:~~~~li~~::~c~~:·;io~ to11:~e ~~~\t~: ~~1 riil~~t~;l11 ~t~r~:~ ~~~~~~ A;~o t~; ~:~~~~:~:,~: HIS NOSE AT .CONGRESSIONAL PROBERS of the ollie.. Y<> how do'" know it is> The secret of why the mysterious-,----------1---------------~-- ~c~:~yw~~~:e::~; ~h:s ~~i~~~;~nc~~~ ~!:t~. ~~:o'::'~~~~o!ervke Members Of Congress Should Gef Smarf And out of Washington investigations lor So far we have seen no public an- Find Out Who Is Running The Big Show the past year, has never bee~ pmned nouncem'ent of any propose~ investi-d? wn ~nd co~p_e~led _to testify as to gation into the causes of Army and Some day members of the Con- carry each one to a successful C()n· hts vanous activities,_ IS partly cleared Navy plane crashes which are taking ~ress of the United States ~re _go- elusion. up. place with such frequency that the mg to get smart and start llgunng Somebody is responsible for II. And it was Senator Joe McCarthy occurrence has become commonplace. out f~r themselves JUSt who has_ been Somebody puts up the monev and who helped to solve the mystery. . They just sail out into the blue and ~~~~~~;t;h;e:~~w lor the past ftfteen ~o~~body directs. the activ~ties .. Who The Senator produced a photostahc suddenly there is an unaccounted-for . . _ IS 1!. What spec1al group Js powerful copy of a letter which Harry Truman explosion and that is that. They are gomg to d1g mto facts enough I hat it can d1rect not only -no Jess-had written to the elusive We have, however, noted plenty of about. what group. comprise~ the in- '~orld, but domestic, policies ·of na· Mr. Grune~val~ in 194~ thanki~g him activity in connection with efforts to ternatwnal <:onsp~r~cy whtch ha.s hons? for a co~tnbuhon to .hts campaign for amend or repeal the McCarran Immi- formulated the po~Icies ~f the Amen· Until members of the Congress finfl the presidency that year. gration law passed by the last session can governme~t, mcludmg the Con· the truthful answers to these question~ At the time t~at members of in- of Congress in the interest of our na· gress, the Whlte House, and_ the Su- they are working in t.he dark and vestigating committees were trying to tional security and to prevent sabot· pr_e~e C?urt, under two natiOnal ad- fighting an invisible enemy with thf get Grune.wald to testify, but without eurs and spies from coming into the mmistrahons. odds against them. :~~~:~· t~1au;a~nc~~ce:rv:~d !~~t th~~ United States in droves. so!~e~e~/i~/~,c:rl~p g~-~u~eh::c~u\f:J . ---o-he had a sm1rk on h1s puss that closely We have always admitted our old- the wires and manipulated the United JIIE DUKE WILL SJA V HOME ~=~=~~1~ct c~~--:~~g~."s11]u~~~~:~~~ ;~: :~f~~~~~d ~~~:e~l'1~~~~i~~ ~~t:e~~e hi~~ ~~~\~n~~~i."l~s~1-~~td~~\~f.Plh1~ :~~~~: WITH THE WOMAN lfE LOVES canary and dares anybody to do any- ternal security of the United States curricula through UNESCO to the end th:~ a:~s:tai1~~ul attitude ·and con- ~~~. ;;::n Pf~s~~~at!~~e~[ !~:vi~i;:s a~! ;~t~e~~ne~i~~n n~W~~~~n p~~:fotf:~n~~~ lik:::J:e ~;:~e0:s ~~n~sr~:is~n~::.a\'::.. :~i~: temptuous manner were perplexing to s~bJects deservmg of more constdera- develop allegiance to a '''Orld govern- not be pE-rmitted to attend the Coronn1ion ~~~n ~~n:~~ ~et~e'~~~t~ve~~t t~fffeg d~~ ~~FYn~~e;~i~~r~~s/r:~l~;a~~ ~~~v~l~S~~! ~~~~ghto t~=keNa~r~~al th~0~~~i~ch~~ of the young En_glis~ Que~.n ne~t June un. they suspect that his a~e in the hole bums from across the ocean. Churches and use il as an instrument less he l€::.,~s- hts wife at nome was a cancelled check which he ap· So we suggest that those who are to oppose private enterprise and to In our op.mJOn, the ~cason the. Duke hat parently felt entitled him to protection running a temperature over the Me- et_ernally _agitate th~ racial question been l'(·puthat~d by ~·s fam1ly 1s not Le-by the top dog. Carran Act work off a Jittle of their w1lh spec1al emphaSIS on the South. cause he marned a dLVo rc~d woman De~f:r ~v~n~o3i~f' n~~ a?!~~~o~~r:a~~ ~~~:l!es~Ytt~s~~fsgh ~~;s~~:~~h~~i~~~ pe~~;,~ !h~~e~~e~~o~;~~~nvj~~~~:fd ha:r~; s~~;;€;~ ~~:.~~:e:·::~~~a%0:~;1 :,h;: ~a~~o~~r~~: ~~~s a:ls~o~;0,~~ ~~s ~~:~ ;ehv~s~~: ~~:~~~0°)!;~~n;n~e~o~~~ore ~~ee m~~~~onns s~~~~ ~~ll~~~~a~~~~~lla[~ ~u~rders "hkh did not disqualify_ the par-written to 'Grunewald thanking him - . tJc~:n~u~:~~;~ or lose them theJ_r 1ltlc~. for ~ five hu!idred dollar contribution From a soldier in an undisclosed Army From a_ Los Angeles busm~ss. man: '"I beeause he rnar!i:;o!~d Ao:~~ri:a:'s famJ]:f to J~:t c:t:~a~~::~~ ~:~;t:~ough and ~:::~:::~~n~0~~~:;a~i~:::e:~3i~~:h:~n;a::l~ :r~::d a~:lrn s:~:::~~:g n~:r~~~;tt~:ut:er~ bi~~ i~~~ ~;~~in~i;lcr~~a;s s::.~en~~~;, ~~~ you will get on regular, and Grune- a ·humdinger.' Only regret I didn't know Conservath-e !or me. Frankly, I think this useful purpose-to put up the dou&h to \\'ald, it appears, has been sticking about it sooner. My bat's off to the lady fearless publication nielded a powerful in- keep run-down Dnd decadent Empires I rom around a long time. editor.'' !luence in thE recent election." going on the rock~. f'•g• 6 ANTE-MORTEM CRITICS OF EISENHOWER ADMINISTRATION SUBJECT JHEMSELVES TO CHARGES OF PROFESSIONAL RABBLE-ROUSING Prominent Writer Tells Of Reprisals Against Her Taylor Caldwell who wrote the Then· arE' n ~urprislng numfJer o>f Amer- mind of any informed American that an seems also to be gen&J:ally acceptable but, grand book 11The Devil's Advocate" Jcsns who .. 1 rar£ntly do not re:.li.ttt that the all-out effort will be made by World Com- again, it could be a case of comparison had an article in Freeman magazine prt'sidentiotl Cftmpaign is over and who are munists to infiltrate the Eisenhower ad- since he succeeds one or Truman's typical for December 15th titled 11My \Var atilt fightinf the Republic~n nominee, al- ministration as effectively as they ~ene- ap~?intees who was selected mostly !?r his With The Reds" in which she tells a though what acourse they thiuk they have trated the Roosevelt and Truman regtmes. abthty to !l:uccessfully draw to an tnside frightening story of the attacks on Ja 'iOilH'what Lu/fling. This we know and can expect but it is straight. _ her and the organized plot to sup- D.Iany o! them are assembling data against wrong and unfair to assume that they will :he appomtment of a union man and a press her books because she did not nrious ffi(·mtfl:n o! the new pre'fident's of- succeed. lf th£>y do, then it_ is time to Fat~ Dealer a~ that, to be Secretary ol Lab~r write volumes "full of Communist and Uci.al family 116 usiduously 11~ they com- come out of the corner swingmg. deft~s analysts and w~s backed by no dts- Socialist ideology." ~:.:di,:nt:;~~~:::gr~~~i~l:ubvoer~tve charac- Ira~:· ~:r tf~~e n~:a~~i;~:· ~: :~.:lle:;:;i~n~ ~:;nt'~!e p~:~~~u~eel;:r;_ud:e~;no:n~;n~:~: We kn~w, from limited exp~rience, Since tht Soutllern Cor~se~v~ttlva endorsed ~:n~:tb:~~~~~~t ~c::t~~:ki~;icahndw:i~t"n:~~ a ;:;sa:~:::~. ~:i~a~~a~l~a~: ~~:~~ehdtibtl::~ t~~t t:v:~:. l;o~~in~~:_ll s:~: ~~y!r~~ ruplion .. \H do not claim to b~ a ~pokes- :;'in,~i:a~iensg t~:tb:~.-~~t~~d~n:!~ he does it, ~:~~e\h:;s u~r::~~~~c::en~~\;eth:m;~;~;~ ~~~ic~:~~::e~~a~~in~tft~~:~~~ as~:fha~ ::rit~-:~:~d~: :J~: ~hne :;;:~~~~~:~ :~~ ~~~~~no windmills by anticipating that some the only ~irference between Ache~on and which reprisals are VISited_ upon those nntn °1 . ap<.~l{I@Jit !or th~t tneonung ad- M t f th b. r t th will prove our conclusion wrong. Any Amen can way of hfe, makes the flesh 111 ~~~u·:t~(·~() tbink that we should be so, poin'::w:ts thee on;:c ';;:si:;~t ~as :naa:~ wa~·, bmay~e he ;•on't sell us out lock, stock creep and blood boil. Jrateful th<~t tbt Fair Oealer:t have been and while it does seem that som~ of them anArt:;r:!t,w:e 10::~e existed for a long . ~'They .~re out to get you you and ::~~e/~w0~~:~f~~tJ!.::h!~~~:iJ:~:t~o:: :~:~!: ;~!~-~s:g t!:tth:~ :t~:~ec\~~~ ~~1 ~~~: .t~~~ ~i;n;ta~:d:~sc:~d~\\~~:t;:1:;e~h::~c;;!a:~ ~ ut~r~~~ne~{s·p~~~i~w~~la~fosn;01~a~ ~rlt!:;i~g ~~t·~rj~~~s~t:~tp;:~:~~7i~3 ~~~;~ ~emtl:, :~,,~~~m10he~~l~:t h~:p:n~n toof!~~~~; :~:!" a:s~:tan~=e~~ :~~i~;:sid~~~~:n~~: d~:.~y w~[t~ ~~~elt~ f~~t or°Co!%u~?~~ :~:~;t~~r mJ1y not, be ju~lihed by !uture ~~~ ~:n~~:~ct1i:~1 _~;:ve~hehi~extthi!o~~g:tar~. :a~t;0 ~~~:~: t~e s~:~l:r:ave to go a long ~v~·~tes_o~~~~~~t ~~~~~-gr;e~~~iJ'e~u ~~~~; Bt.'fore !<Offit"! one shouts •·took who's talk· Also, we realize, _of course, that hts There has not been, we believe, any ~en In revolt agamst bourgeOis. so-h1g ·• ~e t(·net·n•. that when It oo.mes to~ failure _lo con.s_ult wtt.h mem~e.rs of t~e wo.rd of criticism of Detroit Banker Joseph Ctety, sharecroppers, or exploited putting pohtj("janJ on the grill, we yield Senata 111 makmg these appomtment~. m M Dodge and his selection as Director of w_orkers or tortured Negroes_ ~nd to 110 hum.~:~n and it: any on& oMn do any ~ccorda~ce wtth preced~nt and trad_1hon the Budget seems to be regarded as a ptteous, degen~;,ates who are VICtims nJOre hard hilling and two-[isted tldticizing 1s a ser1ous blunder, h_ut 1t has been c!early sound appointment of the system . ()/ unsound anc. un-Americdn polictes than demonstrated that thts was due to Jgnor- The selection o( Herbert Brownell as Remember loo thal this is America ww we cannot lrtlmk who It la anct• of political _procedure on hts part and Attorney General was received with mixed not Russia. ' But wt JHf a~ leut go~r~g t.o wait until' ~:li~he:a~:r:n~!n~i~n a~~-~~;~:r:n~h;o~et~:en:S reactions. _H.is capaci.ty to dea_L ~ith the Or at least, we don't call it by that the~ do ~om~thing to cnhc1se before w•l of the Upper House o[ Congress. common, 01~mary vanety of cnmmal~ has name, although there are many prac- .u~~e h~:~1;~~:::,;:t a~:n::v~~:: a pollti-1 His subseque~t aclio_n In annou~cing that ~rset~ic;~~at~~~::: 0~h~ne~heYo~=s b:~s.~~~:: ~~c:i~ c~r~~~~t~~ i~~a~lg~:s~fat:h!~~ h:e~ ~!~:~~ort~:m:·!~:::, h:f~~gh~@doh:~t ;:,en=a~·: :;ov:so\~~~s. cwnsult wtth them m !ut.ure ~~~:i:r;n;~io~e os~e~ political crook w1ll be p:_r_av_ed_I_an_d_. ------ and that shJJl t'~ntinue t.o be our pol.icy. lo::so~kew~e~se t::e s~:·m~~:edn:~ a c;~~~=: a:bha:s~::~ ~:idEnag~~~~ S~~~;:~:r~~:~gl:: M Wh W Pe I" ed For To do olberwu!e wo~ld ~ . t~ destl(nate crew ranging all the way from the most McKay o{ Interior, 'winthrop Aldrich, an. . 0 • as n~ IZ ~~;,~;;r,.::., •w: ;•r;;~~n::! ;~::•t~; h·.:~ ~:~~c:~;c~~t~:~:~~~·~:·::;t:~~ert~a~ni~wi: ~:;~~~n;,ta:~~~.;::, 1::~:;t-~~;~~:;::~~~ p~~~::•:7n ~::1ou1t~r:~·:::n bars, h~t\L~~:c~ r:~tl~:;dh:::1~0 ';!~~S-ia~~ :~sa:! th~o n;~~ ::e~::ean:~soi~~~;~:s~f a Secretary ~bed bette~-. dT~e aipo!nt7:nt~f -~e;r~ ~~bot Some see the mud; -some see the stars." where legitimnt~ complaint ia justified of the Navy is concerned, he could not have a~d g~\~sla ~~~: ~lo~by ~s d7~c~sse/ ~~s~ Before hi~ re:ent death. at a Missouri be~:~ef:r~,n~: ~:n~t;!~ f!~~r~~::l}~:~~~ ~~:: :~:~~ :e~::~:~. ci~:~n~~d~hrisso!o:r t~:~n~hn~ wh;~~~!~n~h\~ ~~it~~:-re are many things to ~:~:r:~t:nc~~::~~~(ih~o:t:\~ ~;JdB:~~~nues~ :;lit~l~~-i~~.,:~~ ~::~ ~a~rc~:~t'~~teth~v~la::~~~ ~~::~~~Pi~P~~:a~~dh:c~~~~~sd:s!t t:~~~i~~ ;~i~ ~~osl~~~c~~r~:~/or: F~-os~~~:;;e~r~~~:7~; ~~ewl:is:h o~e t!:t~~c;:~vs:/~:,::~:e o~el~b::~~ ''"tiN.~. rt;l m/luence-peddlt>r" .wd the ,.a . .SI<tlf' btu in the entirl' nation R fade-out fo1 we should offet· up a tell th(> truth as he saw It. rt.H~-> and ... ur.dry· crooks. thut.;" :utd thie\·es His Americanism and his dc\"olion to prayer of Best was a United Press con-espondent Jn wh1> lunt- lnJHted the ~overnment f~r the American free enterprise system cannot Also, we escaped having Paul Hoffman Eurtlpe prior to and during W~rld War_ II ~wt>ntr ~·om and are so thankful for th1~ be challenged from any angle. and Thomas E. Dewey as members of the and was possessed of the presctence whtch ht~~'illl~ thr.l \\fare willing to "ive the new 11 is our understanding that Ezra Ben- president's cabinet. enabled him to clearly evaluate the evi­ldnunistrali< m the benefit of the doubt un· son of Utah who will head the Depariment The point we have tried to make is that dence of world Communist conspiracy Ul. and unlnt: it proves unworthy of this o{ Agriculture is also a high-class American the new administration should be able which brought o.n the war and about which M·u;;t. but e'en if he were not. he would probably to name its team and attack the job be- other Americans were to learn later to Any wa~· - tht~re are plent~· ot oottets for seem so in comparison with the bird· fore it with nothing but well wishes for their sorrow. our e~erg~- &nd ent~usiasm . and plenty of brained Bt_·annen whom he will succeed.. success from the American people. For making assertions which are now tat·gets fo1 ~thick wtthout amung at those C E. Wtlson of General Motors who wtll I! they !ail to measure up and begin known to be true he was railroaded to who han noi yet had their ohanc• at be Secretary of Def~nse is gener~l.ly re- veering toward the Socialistic policies which prison by Rooseveit hatchet men after a tht bat . garded as an executive well qualifted to the two preceding administrations embraced mock trial of the type which prevailed at The el~t'hNl did not end the fliht against handle that oHice . with efficiency and s~ wholeheartedly, we will be one of the 8 time when appeasement of Stalin took Oommum!<m It merely ch'!1u·ed some o{ thorough un~erstandmg o! its importance Ctrst to start kicking and we promise that precedent over every other consideration. tho? dead"'ooc\ out of the way and pro- to the securtty or the nahon our kick will be as strong as a drink of . . Yided us a tll"nte to really bejfin to fight He su!Cers. howevet·, from the handicap of Alabama While Mule. Back m 19M) Robert Best, m _some ~-an· in earnest having the same name as C. E. Wilson o! ner, got hold o{ a copy o{ the ftrst ed1tton 1'he go,·f'rnmenl, the school'~. the churchts General Electric who served for years on of the Southern Conservative and wrote aud other !i'E'~mE'nts of our society are crawl- Truman's Communist-dominated Civil Rights Aflacks On Mc(arran Acf ~:~:'";;~\~ !~i~~~!:~ ~~n::~t~:tsseaen~of;t~~: ~:;;i:~ssi:~o 8 ~fsar:~!~ia~!~ho~!re~vebnut su:( Are Communist Inspired yo~;o;~;;::s1 ai~0 ~a:;:in;e~~le~:;:e:o ::: new 11dmini~1n1ion Is going to perform we course the General Motors Wilson can't lf traced to its source, every attack on trap into which it is being Jed ... For should dt-HtU our efforts toward trying help this, as he did not pick out his name.· the McCarran Immigration law wtluld be having done my utmost to expose this be- N e'po.o;t> and tliminate the::Je traitors SN'retary o( the Treasury Humphre~ found to be Communist inspired. trayal of America, both before and after Th!!n b. not tbe slighte:it doubt in tht> As i!l the custom of Communists, they Pearl Harbor, I have been condemned to ----------1"A Consummation have U!led various groups as eat's paws and spend the rest of my natural life in a Fed­even some American church officials have eral penitentiary but others, like yourself, From an Atlanta, Georgia, att~rney: Devoutly T 0 Be joined in protest against this measure de- thank God, are now stepping into the battle :~i~~~~~ w;~~'tot~:~u~~l y~~e th~~u~~;~~ Wished" :::~e:c t~o~~·~~:~ti~pti~: :a~~ist~:~:~~~~a- lin~eto d~::~; ::o:hea:;~:in:0::·:ut Robert C~nsen-ativc. and Yot~r t_housaJ_ldS ~f U they will just keep on investiga Very few of those opposing the McCarran Best then and treated the communication fnends who helped dtstnbule It, dtd th(' Communists in the United Nations 1 Act have ~he good old American names of as we did many letters from all over the * yeoman's job in helping to defeat can inv('stignte it out of existence, ~-1 Jones, Sn~tth, Brown and such but. instead, country which flooded our mail, by !iling the New-Fair Deal l always thought would be the greatest service that cot bear momkers which are calculated to break it away; in fact we did not know his story !~~le~:~:~~('~~l~~f~et~~o~~~lgb:~~tt~~ be tendeted the Amencan pcopl6 (the jaw in the pron~nciation. until after his death a few weeks ago but but I \~tll.bave to admtt. that duttng So~a;,~~; a~~o;:ll:~ t~~,:~~~s Ct~~~u:~,:. tet~;t ~~o~~s 0:~~~~-;i~~~~ea~~~i~: c~~:e;~: ~:o:s~::bl~n~~~;ea\i~:n,w~e haarvee i~:;l:e:b~: ~~:t ~~~t ~~:p:.ea~~ Ih~:\:IIJU~~e~lbor~~ ~:e:nd~~g: nl8et~r:~~e:t~.uorum and it wil" ;:w.m our internal !lecurity, opposes this say at this late date: versed now and I feel better about our ''Hall and farewell to an American pa- ~~~~:~~ t~~~,! have at any time in the Perhaps one reason the McCarran 1 In the old days it was claimed thatl-tr_iot_." _______ _ P L • Immigration Law seeking to prevent \\'Orkers were exploited by ruthless ---------- the entrance of Communist spies and employers. All that is changed now Tho United Nations Is tho Port of From 8 Los Angeles sub3criber: ••1 various types of subversives was and we have a uNew Order" in union Entry into the Uinted States for ,. 111 sure the politicians would be hap- passed was because il was discovered circles. Workers are now explo_ited foreign spies and subversives who e~t~~ :1C 0t t::ou~~~hern Conservative.~~:~ l~:r:~:a:t r~~~~ f~~- ~~n~:r~~e~~~g~~~z~~u~~o:~~. head up the vanous ~~~~ri~~~s~~~;;; 0~o g~~lrn~=~~~y the ~Ja~nu~a~ry~·~19~53~-----------------------T_H_E_S_O_UTH_E_R_N_C_O_N SE_ R_V_AT_I_VE_ ___________________________ P•~~ While Recounting Our Gains We Are Mindful Congress Should Expose Subversiwe lnftuenc! That Fight Against Subversion Has Just Begun In The National Education Association Although we repeat and emphasize that whole structure o! the organization was so There are so many groups and or- the NationaJ Education Assoti<~fion the job of repelling Communism, Socialism insecure that, if some one breathed hard ganizations which, in the interest of which largely tontrols the·. Pub l i 0 and all the other alien "isms" which the against it, it would topple and fall. our national security, should be in- ,c;chool progrt~ms of the nalJOn. Roosevelt and. Tru~an adm~nistrations This is a far cry from the attitude three vestigated th~t it wOuld take praclic- Not only floes thi.~ 1Tf{a~ization foisted on our mstitutlons, has Jusl begun, years ago when we first started our small ally all the t.u:ne of ~embers of Con- seek to promote world Soc13hsm but we can look back over the three years of hammer-blows against it in a frantic effort gres engaged In probmg such matters it 1:nakes bittrr. attacks on ~ll groups our editorial efforts and take heart from to convince such Am('ricans as we could to get around to them. wh1ch are trymg to erad1cate the evid~nce of awakening on the part of the hope to reach that it was not the sure bet Not only are the various depart- ~eaching of Marxism and Collcctivi~m pub~1c conscience. for preserving peace which many believed ments o~ government jnfcct~d with m_ o~r pubJic sch_ools and other J& F1rst and foremost there was the utter, it to be but rather was the sinister in- Commumsts but the~e vermm have stltuhons oJ Iearmng. complete and total repudiation of the Fair strument fo; promo,ting World Socialism infiltrated so many segments of Both HitJer ~nd Stalin _pursued the Deal by a heavy majority of more than which it is now known to be. American life that serious thinkers policy of jnjedmg the c~1ld's mind M :~~:: w:~~i~: t~:te~=ito7~n:x ~! ~:i~: d~~~: th Tw~ ~~ ~ursi~t av~rsiot"s '; the cfloor l~f ~~~~ti~~f~e~~~y o~~~c~m~of~e~hi~u~e~ll~ I ~~u~~r~~~~~ ~7c!~1a~ei~c~~~\~~ t~~3 rf~~:F~~s :::~~p~~:::~r~:~:~~r~:::i;1; ;~;~:~:~ :,~:~til!~;7~~~~·~~;:~.::~::~~ ::~F~~;,~n ~~~u~~y ~~:~~~is~~· (h! I rr!:r.~::~~~t:I~~ir~~Li;l::n:~ under a diflerent name. on Y_ eng u e u >' 0. an. mer.Jcan Communist Party for. according to J. 1 phaslzing the plan which was emplo~ pa;r~ot:h•!. v::'. ~';;.ti~;:;~ns~~ili~ym~~··;; ::~~~0 ~;~ }~:~·~~~~~;~~":::~ :•~r:;:~; ~~f~~~;~{~o;:~~~·:~o·~~Y ·~~:;1~n~ ,. e d 1t~s s~f::s~~:!Yt:!~;~s~h~i~~~!~~~ :e:~~::~n~o ~~; e~,~~~rtt~att::~:d st~~~~e~~i\~~ ;::c:rf:l ::mb~rsa:[ rh:~ :;:/ e mos ho~e mhea~:e~:~!~~nce to tho~ who. ~~:~~:r~f"~~-~s;o?n~a~~ri:~et~l~~~~: :::ur~hich, of course, could conceivably s~o~u:r ~~~~:~i1:n w~~c~h!a:~:~~~~:~: P;:~~ ~~~t~oi~·ft~~~tw~~t~~fJ~h~ei~~~~ni:~! l~v: n~e~~~~~:er~~~~~~ili~~s~i~1~i;:-~~~ Another heartening outlook is the pros- hcally before the mk wa~ _d~y has been it and who are enabled to accomplish toward world ~Ihzenshtp_ and . to peel of restitution being made for the theft supplem~nted _by severe c:~t~clsm by lat:ge more to promote Soviet policies than stamp ou_t ~]] feehng of natwnal pnde of State property by the political thieves groups_ m~ludmg de~t~nclahon by entire those who openly admit their affilia- and pat.nobsm for their own countrJL in the Truman administration when Tide- deno~mahons o( rehgwus sects, and out- tion No gre-~1cr service could he re~ lands legislation is introduced in Congress standmg _laymen._ . . . . . Since one of their first points of dered t-o American parents than for in the near future, to that effect. Lesse~m~ or _mmor lrntatwns IS pronus~d attack is the schools, we sincerely the Congres~ 1o expose the ~ubveP. We said so many bitter things in connec- by the mdJcatJ o~ that NATO stamps Wl~l hope that lawmakers can give atten- sives who direct the p_uhlic c:rhool p_r~ tion with that "big steal" that we are sure eventually _be Wlthd~-a~'n, that th~ ~m,en- tion to this phase of subversion, and grams in 1 he Natlonal Educahoa we increased our blood pressure by many can Education As~oc1alion and S~clahst col- a good place to start would be with Associahon degrees, or whatever it is that governs lege professors Will have to tell 1t to mem·l---------------:-----------------------:-----:--:- ~::~ ~i~~;s~~-eth~~dP;:~e:~~~ ~sn1:et~:n~~P~~ ~~~~e:f ~~dc~~!.~e;~,iro::~i~~t:s_t!~a!~:g ~Zr~~ of ~~~r~~~oonxalS~~:~~~h r~firb~tr~~~~ I ~;s~-i:~~:f ~~~~~ ~~:repa;;i~ir.~~~~i!i the state of Texas where it legally and and eth1cal calibre ?( a certam m~m~er of of Christ in the U.S.A., an organization\ all day and. dmncr on the ground, morally lies. the Supreme Court 1s more than vmd1cated dedicated to the establishment of So- that sound~ hkt ~n awful lot of money. Our contention that the United Nations by recent events. · cialism in this country, boastfully. But then mon~y _ls mostly what counts ;:~ i~t:;:~:~~a~~~~f~~ ~~~~\:~~:~~:~;~~ :e:ds~d~o f~~~t :~d t~a:. ;~e a:~~ i;~s:d g1~;; ~~~k;e~: ~~~~if;~~~ :sr:;e~t8 '~~~t~~~! ~~t~. :~ed 1;~~~~t;:ro~~Y ·Nd~:~~ nc~~u~~~== ~~~ ~mt~~c~;ve~~~;:~~ne~~t~s i:sel;!rs:~::~ ~~:nse!~ rt~da~u~~ci~~~~~ e~:~tsc~:,~g::is~ ma?:~l~~~~ Troel~~i~~i:~~r~;-;~~i~a~nin~ I ~~~~~~:ri!~~; llt~;:s and purposes to advances. One nat ionally-known newsman may be driven from these shores and Con- -­recently asserted in his column that the stitutional government restored. MY THI! SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE January, 1953 We Propose A New Crusade Whose Objective Is To I QUICK JAMES, FETCH ME "Educational Value" Encourage Everybody To Mind Their Own Business THE SMELLING SALTS Of Television Although we heartily despise do- slop worrying about the "social prob- We have chewed our finger nails Is Checked gooders and hold reformers in con- lemsu of humanity and to start con- practically up to the elbow trying to A group of Chicago parents made tempt. we would like to see another cerning themselves with the re~activa- figure out j~st how the new proposal a spot check of television programs in ~~~~~~~ ~:ri~~ain o~hg~~~~~i~~lt~~~ a~~ nor:n~~ e=~~i~n~i:~~~:~·sa bt~~i~c~~~~~ ~o~gl~~~~~ll~:~c~~=r~ieflce~~~p~e:fo~-~ that city during ~he past year ~nd The purpose of this national organ- organ of the human body. having a baby is going to be put into ~ave come up w1th some startling ization would be to discourage any In our organization, we would press effect. 1gures. more organized activity, to fight mass for legislation which provided for im- The proposition has so many possi- They found that more than 2,500 tnovemen~s and to urge every per~on peachment of Federal officials ~vho bilities and presents so many corn- crimes of violence, including more In the Um~ed States t? start atten~m_g atte":lpted to t~ansgress S~ate lmes plicated angl~s that ever since ~ve re~d than 980 1nurders, were shown 011 the :~~:'rs tto ~~~~~~,\~~:.mess and petJmt ~~~io~~~te~~e~~~v~~le!~~saf~a~r~h ofcJ~~ ~~~cl~n~~~~l~~~~~~~ ~tw!e S~rav:~e b~~~ ~our Chicago television stations dur- We would like to see this sort of pose this nation and would, urge a nice, ginning and spinning like a souped-up mg the past year. n~ganization. kicked-off with an offi- warm coat of tar and feath~rs for the centipede. It was figured that children from ~~~~ v~~.~~~~a~fa~e~yse\~~nf~~~~~w::v:~ ~~:;bf~~s t 0 te a~~r~~~~'P ot~~~~i~l~e:~ th~t J~~~~~1 t~;tE~i~:~dWha~.c~~1~w0~~ four to ten, \~·atching an ave~age o,f :; day~ to be kno,~·,n as 11Mind Your Own racJal trou.ble 111 the South. for a proposal thatgsome sort of World ~~~rsm~~~10~e~~· :~~in eve;~ c~~~~~::­Bustness Week. . . Color hnes would be respected. Parliament be eventually set up with . . . g ) ~ . ' The country IS su~fer!ng from the under our plan, as the mandate of a authority to grant a license to every shang~lahon, sta.bbmg. P01S?nmg, malady of over-orgaruza~I?I~ and there D~vine Creator who, in His infinite one who desires to have a baby. drownmg, suffocatmg and beatmg :~1~~~~ ~~~~l~i~~~~pe~~~~~~tJ~~:11~1~~~ ~~~~~~~·e ~~~; s~~~tm~~ ~~~~e.~~':::! lie gives as his reason for this s~ig~t-. It. was point~~ out that children people are telling too many others black, some red and some yellow and ly . unorth~dox proposal statistics lookmg at televiSIOn 01~ a recent Sun­what t.o do and .what not to do. ''racial indiscrif!linatio~" would be ;~~~~~s s:~~~v ~halev~~ou~~:~inof t:~~ day ~flernoon were. gtv~n a dem?n· Hav!ng orgamzed e~ery~ody who stre~sed as .a cnme wh1ch should be fed in the Brihsh Isfes and fhe old stratwn.of how to kill w1t.h one swtpe ::s !;.~n~~~~~~i~~ost~ ~~!~~s ~~~;,~[{~ E,~~l.Ished w1th the full penalty of the ~~fy s:~~uri~:~ense to reproduce as the ~:c~. kntfe, as acted out by two con- ::~·nswz~-~~~f,~~' ~~~M:Pi~l~£0~~ ~~i lh:;.'~o~~,~~~n~~c~~ni~ze 1~f ~o;·ct ;~bro- The article was rather brie£ and it Pretty so[l? and stir them up into a mixture. like of one's own blood an~pwelewou~d h~r~ ~vas not t~a.de ~lear at JU~t what pomt Pretty soft, that is, for the Commu-a pan °~ batter-cake dough. that Americans not only have the Ill the ~toceedmgs the .license waul~ nists who are devising every method To stnve to compel every person on right, but the moral responsibility, ta be apphed for. Also It was rathet on earth for demoralizing the minds earth to think alike, a.ct ~like a~1d sip be as int_olerant and prejudiced against ~~zyldab~ut .w:tel~e~ 0.~ not the ron~~ of American children, .making them ~r~~::rd~~ ::7hee ~r:~~~~e c~~np~fri~~ ~~~e ::~~!\~~~~~~1:~e,;d ~ft~~~j~sd\~:~ ce~~~e an~. ~~t~~~: ha~p~~:d.go ~ 1 f~~t~~\~~~~~~i~r rae~~he~1~11fo~0~,er~ankd ttsm and the yardstick by wh1ch an toward those things which they ap- Maybe 1l IS planned lo operate on order. !~~~~~=~:.s fitness for citizenship is prove. ~~u s~~e yt~~1?rfrc:~s:u:~~~~i~~eta,;s~ Arter that, Progressive Ed~cators, This burning desire to re-cast all or~~n?:~t~~nwt~d:~do~~~a'~?z~lt~o~ea~~ balks and doe~n't run, it is just one ~~e~d:~~at~~is~ t~~~~;o0f '~~!~~~;~ human minds into one mold has de- while it is un1ikely that it will ever on you, and smce they !'eed ~~n~y ing" them. v~loped into an interJ?ational rat ra~e become an actuality, we guarantee so desperately' to run their .soctalis.hc . . W1th every weasel-bramed reformer 111 that it offers a plan and way of life economy, the; would not likely g1~e Some day Jt IS to be hoped Ameri· !~~-world trying to muscle in on the w~ich, if put into practi:e, would ~ai~~s ~~yit~ough once they got their ~:~n p~~e~;~~ '~~~psehrotrfi~g~~c~pco~tf We would call upon all Americans brmg. us a lot nearer to umty, under- We can't wait for the new plan to th~ir children. as U~ey do in playfng to start un-organizing themselves; to standmg and peace than we have been be put into effect and to see if they bndge! attefl:dmg ptcture shows and realize that mass action and uniform able to achieve by our policy of med- set up sub-stations like poll-tax booths cocktatl parlles. thinking is the curse of the age; to dling and mass mingling and mixing ~1 d;:~ii~lca~~r '~~~i~~r t~~eKc~~~~e,h~~~ In t~al e~cnl, l?crhaps th.ey will SCHOOL OFFICIALS MAKE Abraham lincoln's ~e~~y~~~1:Jyi~gnag;;e~~~~~ ~;,:~~~: ~~~~ o 1 tt ;,~~~[ g~~~~,es~on1~of~n~el~~i~ UNFORTUNATE SELECTION Views On The ~~.~hey would have to wail until next ~';~n P~~~~:~;,smao~~0 ~11P~~l~rc"o';n~~~i~!: IN CHOOSING A SPEAKER lions systems. Among the lecturers brought to Fort Racial Question if ~~~~;~d;o~~~[d;~·~h~~~u~e.~~~ae~ In the meantime and until parents ~:c:: Cdhur~~~~n"~:~!;~~ty w:~~~ ~! On September 18, 1858, Abraham Lincoln !~~~n~~o;~~htroiu~~~ ~~~rid~~~ ~~~[~a~ wake. up, let 'er ri~. being observed as we go to press ap- ~::it: a;~ r;:::~:~e::. ~:;::~:at~ ::/:b:~; ~~;;k ~~x:h,~e~~.'.;dow saying ~~come mu~~~!s, 0 ~~!~~. p~sJ~l~~r~~~J ;~hnes; ~:~~:s~h:x::::~e ofse~:~ta~;s:~H t:~ the. :acial questi.on which has become a It will b~ interesting to s~e wh.at the =~~or!:~vec~~~~· t~c~~~~~~n t~~mgo~~ ~~~:ni::~~u~~il~:ec~~~c~~t:f ~~:~~ po'l,~lt:~ ~o:tt~~~ J:v::c::~:~:r:~ in favour ~e~~~~s:~~n~e iio~coft~:~~m~a;~th~m entertainment. in the U.S.A. of bringing about in any way the social have Its operators pe~pmg through Whoopee! Since Dr. Barnes has been listed as and political equality or the white and black key holes to spot law vwlators. Stick 'em up. a member of ten different national or- races! I am not nor ever have been in ---------- ~i~:~~~io:C\~:~~~eg~e~; ~/\~~ah~i~~ct ~~:~:~~0~1 o7~~i~1f1y~~~~;~;~ {~'~~;/~~~~!: Is Acheson A Sacrosanct Birds of a Feather ~~:~e~o a~~ ~~~~~n~:f~~~~i~. ~!i:!~t :~~~ !:Y i~~c:;dai~~~n ~!t~h~hti~:t ~~~~~e.is ; I \nd Inviolable Deify! George ~· Kaufman who was dropped that there was some mistake. physical difference between the white and Maybe it's because we are slow on from a r~dJO program recent~y when thous· We call.ed responsible of~icials of ~!~c~h:a~:~o ~~~~~ ~i~~~~\:g:~~e~o:~vet:;~11~ ~,~: s~~~~~eb:ngu~\~ ~~Je a~u~r~1~t ~: ~~=sa~r(: •:~:~.~r~~~~tets~~sd :~: r;r:;~~:v:~ itr~~'th~o;:~~~~r:~~ t~veet~~~~~~~1~~ of social and political equ~lity· a~d inas· can no~ un~e~stand how .it is P.os~ible :::t 0~0 t~~e a~~n~~~~.il::td=ig:t~:wwi~~o~~ !~~~k~~·~t~~~~i~~e;~~~~~ 5s;t\~1f:g ,;i~~ ~ou~~m:sin t~::et~ae:n~~e:: ~~,~t· b:ht1~: ~~:r ~ea;~ ~c;~~~~1 ~~o~fJo~~:~:e ~~~d~~~e~ sor, it has been announced. recommendations they had received of hon of the mfertOr and supen?r, and 1 am fat~ as Alger HISS. One of Kaufman's defenders was the Rev­Dr. Barnes, such recommendations as ~uch as any. othe,·. ~an, 1 ~ favour ol Arter all, he has been head of the erend Truman D. Douglas, Chairman of having come from some officials o[ the ha~mg the .~upenor POSition ass,gned to thr State Department most of the time the Broadcasting and Film Commission of National Council of Churches. white race. during the sell-out of China, of the the National Council of Churches of Christ Favorable testimony as to Dr. packi~g of the U1~ited Nations. with in the U.S.A., according to the same an- Barnes' fitness coming from this bor Foundation; North American Com Amen can Commumst~,. the st~ffmg of nouncement. source is understandable as forty- miltee to Aid Spanish Democracy· Peo I Slate Department pos1hons with these . . . eight other officials and former offi- ples Lobby· Socialist Party· Wa~ Re rats, and the delivery of highly secret . No Chn~ttan, or even. a .good Am~n~an ~ials of the old Federal Council of sis~ers ~ea.gue; ~ommittee. on .Mili· State documents to spies. ~:~::i s~~;c~; t~e ~!u:~~;~~ghi~~ ::':0 ';~: Churches, h~ve had the same charges ta.nsm m. Education and Assoc1ated So [ar as we have been able to ob- sentially a part of Christmas. levelled agamst them and have been Ftlm Audtences. [serve there has not been one instance shown lo have each belonged ~o from With American boys dying in Ko- . where a suspected Communist was in- . . . . . ¥·"" lo twenty-seven such Olgamza- rea every day and all American lads volved that the Secretary dtd not de- Perhaps It IS JUSt comc1dence but IOns. facing the same potential tragedy, it . 'end him. the names of those who clutter up The Communist-front organizations appears to be sort of sadistic to call on I By what conception of justice the records of the Un-American Activ- ~st~~~~~ ~~id~~~n~~~~~e~:i'~ ~~~lit~~ ~~f~k::m~er~~t;~~ ;~~::r~~~oor~~~e ~~~ui~n~:'n::.~~~= =~\~e~f';{;~~~~~\[y f~~ ilies Committee and those . who are ~merican Youth Congress; Emergency izations admittedly set up to promote this country which have been com- screammg for r~peal. or revtston of the c:~~~i:[~~~:;:~on~af~~Y~f~~1Pa~~ ~=~ i~~ ~~~e~veas:~~~~~~~: i'~~0i:e~~osecut· j ~i~~~t~ya:~o;1~t;;er whom he had !!~:,r~~~~i!~:~gratwn Law are the
File Name pdf_uhlib_10604411_v004_n001_ac.pdf