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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 3, No. 6, June 1952
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Transcript HE OUTHF -To plead for a r onstitutional Governmet1t-he. 34.66 P.L.&It. U. S. POST AGE PAID Permit No. 1665 Fort Worth. l'exat Vol. 3 Fon Texas, June, 1952 No.6 Washington Bureaucrats And Load Of Amer1can Jackasses Louse Up ·Our Foreign Relations Our policy of meddling in fights 1>-------------­that don't concern us seems to be putting us in the position of the guy who tried to stop a man from beating his wife, only to have the wife turn Qn the intruder and try to bash his brains out. Syngman Rhee, president of South Korea, to whose rescue Mr. Truman bravely rushed by ordering American boys to fight off the Communist in­vaders, has now turned on the United States. He charged that heads of Washing­to. n alphabetical agencies have barg­ed into Korea . and are trying to re­habilitate the South Koreans who, it appears, don't want to be rehabilitat­ed &1 e tha in oing thi t 1e bureaucrats "interested themselves beyond their jurisdiction,. which, in our opinion, is a masterpiece in un­derstatement. Also we are in Dutch with the Iran­m,.. s Who looked with a jaundiced eye on attempts of the President's Point Four Program to improve the strain of Iranian donkeys by sending a load of American Jackasses to that coun-try. . Probably the confusion resulted from a case of mistaken identity. When the first Jackass stepped off the gang plank we believe that he was erroneously taken for the Presi­dent whom the Iranians thought had eome over to personally apply his program and whi'ch· they resented as an act of interference with their in­ternal affairs. We should have sent along one of our government public relations ex­perts with the Jackasses to explain the situation and prevent misunderstand­ing. Please Flick That Speck From My Spats, James- Truman Lives Up To The Code Of His Benefactor The efforts of the national Con­gress to make atonement for a wrong against the people of a sov­ereign State and return property wrested from· them by a ruling of a Supreme Court minority, have been voided. Harry S. Truman of Missouri, ac­ting under authority vested in him as President of the United States, vetoed a bill passed by a large ma-l. lority of both Houses that wonld 1 have resto d the 'iddands to Texas which holds legal title to the property. Appraisal of' Mr. Truman's mo­tives in taking this action must be tempered with a charitable consid­eration of his background and of the forces which brought him to public notice. In vetoing the bill and thereby putting the seal of approval on a lawless act, Mr. Truman was pro­ceeding under the only code of ethics it has been given him to understand. One of the unwritten laws of gangland is that might makes right and the acquisition of property by force or theft is as valid within the purview of denizens of the under­world as any legally-attested trans­action in a higher strata of human society which functions by moral principles and the written statute. And so it is perhaps only fitting that a political career that had its inception. in the environment of bar­rooms, pool halls and gambling dens, and which was sponsored by a man who trafficked profitably in the votes of his fellow citizens.,... and whose wardrobe included the strip­ed garb of a conviCt, should come to an end on a note of defiance of the Constitution and the law. ~·----------------- -------------------------- American Mothers Face the Prospect of Bearing Sons Whose Ears Must Be Perpetually Attuned to the Drone of Planes by Day and the Whirr of Bombs by Night and Whose Uneasy Dreams Are Shot Through With Visions of Tragedy as Trade Winds Whisper a Warning of Another Heartbreak Ridge. According to the Bible there shall be wars and ll."umors of war and since the first faint dawn of history nations have fought each other to the death over real or imaginary wrongs. , There are countries in Central Europe who have been fighting, off and on, for a thousand years and whose blood will continue to be spattered over the battlefield until the final curtain is rung down, regard­less of how many billions of American dollars are funnelled into their treasuries. It is only in comparatively recent history, however, that we have become committed to a policy of constant warfare and that the philosophy of eternal conflict has become the underlying principle which motivates economic thinking and political action in the United States. The American ~onomy has been geared to emergent:'-es, wars anll defense-spending so effectively by ~ the lctst two national administrations that policies of government and platforms of the two major political parties are now dictated almost entirely by military considerations. American resources, m.en and money have been poured into ex­plosive areas of the trouble-spots of the world so extensively that qualified authorities on the subject warn us that under commitments already made, we will be fighting in one sector of the world or another for the next thirty years. Except in the case -of actual invasion, modern wars are declared by politicians for political purposes and to bolster the failing fortunes of regimes whose corruption and bungling have led their nations to the brink of ruin and threatened the continued power of their leaders. Three times in three and a half decades, three presidents have led the United States into war and in no case was the peace and security of this country at issue until the meddling of our leaders brought about situations which made it impossible for us to keep out of the act. World War I, World War II and the Korean War were initiated in direct conflict with the principles of the Monroe Doctrine set up by wise men as the basis of our foreign policy in an era when our leaders did not subscribe to the proposition that it was the responsibility of this country to interfere in every local brawl and internal squabble of nations all over the world. . "Our policy in regard to Europe ... is not to interfere in the internal concerns of its powers ... " were the immortal words behind our foreign policy from 1820 until 1913 and from 1921 to 1933 and which made the United States the greatest sovereign power on earth, universally respected, feared and admired by the whole civilized world. Patriotism, love of country and a willingness to die in its defense if necessary should be instilled in all American boys from the cradle. They should be reared by the philosophy that when their country is threatened or attacked, it is not only their duty to fight but that they should fight to win and not to lose, appease or play politics. The most important news to come out of Washington in a long time is the announcement that Secretary of State Dean Acheson has been placed at the head of the list of the ten best dressed men in the United States. Instead, the younger generation has been infiltrated with propa­ganda seeking to blot out of their mind and heart all love of their own ._ _____________ _.! country and respect for its flag and to instill in them the treasonable Oath Taken By President philosophy of allegiance to conglomorate nations whose language they This should i m m e a s u r a b 1 y strengthen the morale and boost the spirits of American taxpayers who face the prospect of having to wear a barrel by the time they get through paying all the commitments to foreign countries which the sartorial sensation el. the State Department has helped to engineer. do not understand and with whose political, economic and social ideals Of The United States: they have nothing in common. "I do solemnly swear, or affirm, that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will, to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States." As a result of two internationalist administrations, we are either always #recovering from war, engaging in war or preparing for war and youth's horizon is limited to a vision of a future in which they must either kill or b~ killed, or both. Two decades of global-mindedness has caused the dove of peace to fly out the window and the vultures of war to hover in our darkening skies. (Continued on Page 2) Millions of Americans Think It--The Southern Conservative Says It THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE June, '"- We Hove Sown the Wind and Are Reaping the Whirlwind And AmPrican mothers face the prospect of bearing sons whose future holds no promise of 1ife outside the barracks, whose ears must become perpetually attuned to the drone of planes by day and the whirr of bombs by night and whose uneasy dreams are shot through with visions of impending tragedy as trade winds whisper a warning of another He~ De£iance or law and order is the same it not, they would JO on a rampage every break Ridge down the trail ahead. criminal offense against organize~ soc.iety night. Our national leader for the next four years who is to be nominated n>J{ardle~s of whether-the offender 15 prmce Taking their cue from the attitude of ap- at Chicago in July should include in his qualifications the capacity to or pn!tant. peascrs in high places, the school authori- discharge the obligations of a peace-time economy at home as well al The spirit of resistance to authority ties e\"idently decided to "go easy" !or on.Jy prosecuting military operations abroad . ..,-hich motivates the PresiMnt of the United token gestures were made toward punitive We need a president who will show the same tender concern for States in illegally seizing State and private measures. the welfare of the American people which is now directed toward the property in violation of the Constitution, is For twenty years we have allowed na- populations of backward countries of the world. the same !J'pe of rebellion wh~ch caused tionai leaders to ride rough-~hod over the We need to arm this country to the limit, make our own defenses Korean pr1soners of war to k1dnap a_nd Constitution, have seen our highest t>lected impregnable and restore our economy to its former security, stability and Dold as hostage an American general, wh1ch authorities connh•e with underworld gang- solvency so that we may regain the world supremacy which this nation. inspired convicts in Federal ~nd. Stnte st~rs and labor union thugs to influence enjoyed before the Monroe Doctrine was thrown into the scrap-heap along l)risons to stage revolbl and whtch 1mpels election results and have permitted the with the Constitution of the United States. labo1· ~nio_n leaders to iocite .strikes against twisted and warped views o£ ideologica_l If the money that has been strewed all over the world, together ~JSenhal mdustry. bums t? s~ppla~t sound a~d tested _Am~n- with that which has been misappropriated, wasted and just plain stolen lt is also the :Ioree which urged students can pnncJples 111 our nahonal legJslahve here at horne, had been expended in our own defense, there would be •n college campuses throughout the country enactm~nt&. no enemy on earth that we could not run out of the water, chase off the to indulge in riotous acts recently which As a result we now have a widespread land and blast out of the air, 4isgraced several American institutions tJf di~regard for l~e f~rces of ~aw and order, We are not re-arming the world to protect our own interests, regard­learning. evtdence of whtch 15 brcakmg out on all less of how much propaganda has been showered on us to this effecl. In Fort Worth a college student was fronts. . . We are doing it because "it was planned that way" by sinister world forces quoted in the press as warning school au· For two d('Cades. Amencans have tgnored who believed that Lenin knew what he was talking about when he said a thoritih that if they would "a:o easy" on the substance and chased the shadow. quarter of a century ago: "England will expand herself into destruction; those who had staged riots a few dnys be- We ha"r so¥.-o the wind and are reaping Germany will fight herself into destruction and America will spend herself fore, there would be no further trouble but, the whirlwind. into destruction. June, 1952 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Supreme Court Decision Inspires Gratitude For A Ruling Based On The Constitution ---------------------------- Senator Mundt Proves B!oody Korean Conflict Unauthorized Even By United Nations Page 3 Pogo 4 T~e Southern Conservathe A monthly publication of editorUzl opinion wtth national circulatton. ld• M. O~rd•n, Editor Editorial OHicH Fl•tiron Building Fort Worth, Teus Phone FA-2089 Prlc•$5.00hr Year .d~r::: ~:. =~~~:..,~~~~~~. ~ :'!.J~~ •"" Ahelpleu•..-rrowc•"driftwrththewiftd I o .. tittekc••lleogletoHr-.oi•uttho Mou" The Tenth Amendment To The Constitution of The United Stotes : fh t vowers not delegated to the Umted States by the Constttuuon, ftOr prohibited by it to the States ore re -~er ved to the Statu resplctivelll, ot to the peopte. Senator Kneels at Mourner's Bench A member of the United States Sen­ate who voted lor the adoption of the Umted Nations charter in 1945 has puhlicly asked forgiveness for his ac­tions. Senator Pat McCarran o£ Nevada st4'tted during a hearing of a judiciary committee that he made an error in voHng for this counlry to become a mpm]){'T or the t nifed atlon w l'l )1(\ would n.•gret all the days of his life. I lis remarks were made during a de­bate on the Bricker resolution pro­posing a Constitutional amendment which would protect American sover­eignty an d Constitutional rights ag4'tinst encroachment of the United Nations or any other international organization. Senator McCarran's confession of l'rror constitutes an act of statesman­ship that is heart-warming to those of us who have never been able to under­stand how a patriotic, conscientious American like himself ever voted for It in the first place. We hope that other members of that body will hit the sawdust trail, confess thC'ir sin and vote (or the Wood bill which lakes us clear out of the outfit. Notion Is Suffering From A Surplus of Experts THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE FORM 0000 Treou .. edD~; pt. Pqeket Cleoooen Se,..,.;,. EST:J1ATED DEFICIT RETURN June, l952 1952 Page 1 If JOWrofefk•t;. greoterthon $5"00,00000 you'¥elo•t your shirt and might need o new form but don't WOfry. FOR NET RETURNS OF NOT MORE THAN $500,000,000 Writeordoodleallyou want here. Daily rGcin!J form "'oy be flied inslt.odotthl• form It gross income i• riOt "'ore than $3000 and _ _ _ d~wholly from Brldgo, Ho~n, Crop Gomes ol'ld Poy Otto. For Calendar Year 1952 Bf:FOR(PREPARIHG THIS RlTURH, MEAD CAREfULLY "20,000 Y£.4.R$ IN SING SING'" PRINT N.4.Ml .4.NO AODR£$5 PL.4.1NLY 1.4.LSO .4.NY GOOD PHON£ NUMBERS) Is this a Joint Return? . lf so, "hereistheJoint? ..... . . . . .......... .. Ar~ you married? Wereyouover65orcouldn'tyouseewell1' .• ••••• Livingwithwife? Why? ...... ............. . .. .... .• • ••••• (For additional space turn on other side. This also prevents snoring) (Your name) ..... (Anyotherg~names) ITEM$ I, 2 ANO l , ABOVE lAND PAGES 1 AND 2) NEED NOT 8( CONSIDERED IF YOU lilt:( THE CliM.4.TE AT .4.LC.4.TRAZ AND DESIRE .4. V.4.CATION DEDUCTIONS 5. CON'fRLBUTlONS PAID: Gyp Parking Meters . One-Armed Bandits ... . . . . . .. . Wrong Opinions on the Election* . . Paid to better Golfers ................ . .. . .. .. . Losses on the "World Series" and to Better Gin Rummy players .. . *Phooey! "Short term, wasn'tit.'' 6. OTHER DEDlJC'TIONS: Mother·in -law Undc Jake . Aunt Minnie He Knew You When 7. TOTAL DEDUCTIONS in Items 5 and 6 ... 8 Inconll'• ..... ···::::::: :J :::: COMPUTATION OF DEFICIT Do not use this spate (Collector doodles here} 10. J,e.s1\ pe rsonal <'xcmp1ions in deRrccs Fahrenheit , divided by net weight at ringside less two no trump. If you trump anything hi~hcr than Jack of Spades s.ec special insh·uc- 16. Total tax (thumb and carpet) ·=· $ . tions, but don't kill wife. t $ . 11. Balance of Net Df?'ficit Tax:1ble .. $ 12. Normal tax tllyou·restillnormal) . $ . 13. Poll Tax $ (no derogatory remarks, Sub!) •stops .... ty to cttsd•orge pone11gers on ..otice to coltclwct~. tRooM .....,.ke ••Ira. Moke ~$enottons ift e>d-.once. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS (See note below) 11 your net deficit exceeds the 4% surtax or foreign di,ridends b¥ whichever is the greater or 37% of your gross exemption {whieh-­l' \ 'CI' is smaller) deduct the mean return of group 6 (if greater) and ~nter on form GHQ-749. No allowance for any annuities listed under fidu ciary trust funds under special tax may be made unless falling under special deficit as pre,,iously noted. Now buy yoursell a headache tablet. You'll need it. Do not deduct from tax. (NOTE:-Going East, read up; going West, read down) IJwe swear - - - - thal this return (including any accompanying schedules and' or statements) has been examined by me (us) and to the best or my (our) knowledge and belief is a dis honest, incorrect and incomplete return and is as true a1 aa election prediction or a Russian broadcast. INSTRUCTIONS FOft FILLING OUT RETURNS ~~~,..!~~~:~~~~~1~.~~~~fe:~~ ',n your roof. If you cannot t1ll out lh1~ form, ~· ·e:r,~:•Y bbovl ol, we con' ! e rlher, ~o boy o parr of :.hm()O!, msteod, ond -1c5:i0-~-;0-u-,.0,.----,.,-,.,-:-:,.,_::;-,-;:Ch«::;-k;-,-:::mu::;-,,-::-:,.::::,.-;-A·-I;-·-;;-;B4-::,.:0=1;:7.:,,,C::,o::;:tinv:::;l If this return wos prepored by some other person he must be executed on poge 1 & 2. This ~t~eeda no witness. r The above was p<epa.ed by John S. Sw;ft Company, 2100 Locust Street, J Soint Louis 3, Missouri, and was sent us by o good friend and subscriber in Fort Worth who feels that if there is anything funny about on income tax return, Americon taxpayers ore entitled to a good Iough over it. It seems that our over-production of f.'Xperts has caused a national short­age of potatoes. anl~.~;.~o~~~!,~ • .a ~~w !~':~~ P~~t~n~ One Way To Get Rid II We Must Have Tyrants Washington Corruption Spills ~~::i\~~i~~~t~ ~~l~~r P~~ic~~:rd t~;~ Of Federal Judges We'll Take The Village Type Over Into Korean Compounds of pest , many of our econom1c ques- There may have been method in the In denying the C'ity Commission of If the '1United Nations" forces ea~ tions would be solved. Senate's madness m CQnfirming the ap- Marshall, Texas, the right to ban not subdue prisoners of war who have dl'~~ht~~nn~~~~ ~~;~ot~l:;r~!::~ ~:;~:;·~n::.::;•:h:·u~.~~;·;~;:.,~'.~~ motion pictures they consider preju- ~~:·~;:~: ::~~e~h:r:: f:n;~:: whtch periodtcally assa1~ mankmd ~ul though he wns proved to have been idcn· dtctal to the best mteresls of therr Korean War? ~h~~\~P!~sdi~:jc~~(~~ssu~vi~e.calamity £ied with the notorious Amerasia case in loca~ citizens, the ~~~preme Court The truth is that there has been A good slogan for the next few an unfavorable way. Jusllces referred to village tyrants" so much "appeasement" of Joe Stalin years would be 11down with expert The Washington Time!S-Herald advances contemptuously. and his gangsters on all fronts that advice and up with common sense." the CQmforling thought that the people If we are forced to choose between even Soviet prisoners think they can • may take hope from the Senate's action. the two, we will take "village tyrants" b1uff us and get away with it. J'r~fvt't~~e u~~~~:d ~~~:n:e;:!:n:::u~~ ~~~ ~tav:ug::.~ts n~:;•o~::~;hs~:t ~~:e a~: ~~1~ in pre~erence to 11judicial tyrants" . ~he gener~l inco~petence and of. ~~'7.,~~~~;;~~0;:'~~~~~~::.~·~~~~=;~~~:~~~ redml bench has been reJ;eved or an un-~;:i~~~~~~::!::n~o~~i~:s~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~:~r~~~~~hi:~~: ;;:~!ot:;:~~ :Rril'k~r ~nid in defending his resolution in fit Jud ge "'th hfe tenure, maybe ~r. American way or life is not bein d been gradually seeping into the Japan- :~~n~•;;~t·r~~h~:ot:,t :U:~,~~g:n~:;;:~:n~~ ~;~;::;:o;::~'~;,~u;;;;~:·:::.~~iv:";:;~' stroyed on the village level. g e- ~se an: ,!<~r1~an •rea ;verc"inc~ ~ ~!J:: thc U. N. Maybe th<'Y hav~ something there. It is being attacked Irom the top. e~~~ ~rom :u:~arlr~s:er~v~~~~nd. June, 1952 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page 5 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE June, 1952 Private Power Companies Try to Communist Propaganda Flooding Usurp Rights of Federal Government United States Postoffices The Prc:;ich•nt ha:s publicly express-· • -- • - &>n_ator Harry P. Cain of th('. State or ~-5 . . --- ed dioapproval of privtc power COm· (ommumsf Fronters Domg Waslungton has introduced a b>ll in the ta!·~ Staage _D••ects !he pames and says they arc "tl<.•hberatcly • Senat(' to deny second and third class mail- Pohc1es of Untted Nahons :~~~~ :l~i~~~~d ohflot~~ se~~~~~~_ut to poison Bustness At Same Stand ing privileges to_ agents _o( Communist- No person in the country is d_oing more lie charged thatth~ir purpose is to During the rc_c_ent ge~eral ~onfer- controllt>d Countnes. . _ ~~ t~:a~:~c~hy\~:o~~~o:~i~~ee~~~!:~b:;~!~: inflt~cnce public t~inki_ng through all- ~~~~c~o~Ict~~~ts;c Co~~~c~~:te~ t~~~ AccOl'ding to Scnat~r Cam vast quanllhes in the United Nations than Congressman v_t'r~ISC~cnts. rad10 pto~~ams, ~~~~a- the mcetilfg had P denounced the of propaganda mater1al a1·e sent by agents John T. Wood of Idaho ;~1.\ a~.~;~~~ ~n~.:t~e~n~~ked dcvtccs Methodist Federation for Social Ac- o( foreign countries who tak~ advanta~e In addition to introd~cing a bill in Con- S· p • g P P g , lion which has been declared by of- o( the United States mail servtt·e to inf1l- gress to take us out of this intolerable pt;\\~,~~~~~~a~~;- you bad old pnvate fici~l Congrc~sional committees_ to be h-ate the Jleople of this country with their mess, he ~s constantly warning of the dan- Don't yo~ ~ealize, _you stupid dop~s, ~ronfso~~r ~~~~eun~~~~ti~ft~~~lcuous ideologie~;. ~:~e ~:dthli:r~~~:~~~e f:o%"~u;h;~~an:!llw:t~ that you hne_ n~ nght to try to_ m- However the Federation refuses to Senator Cain has called the matter of Communist -enemies who dominate that fluenc~ the lhmkmg of the Amencan stay dcnounre>d an.d apparently is not the Po!:ltmaster General to the practice but body. pt>ople. . taking the \-lctho<hst officials serious- was inform<'d that this oificial ha~; no sta- _ di~~~;e~~ -~~fn~ea;r~~/~\t}~:~ ~~lh=~ !he w~~m~rd,;;~~h~~!~·~ t~n d!~~~~tW~: tutory po,~cr to halt the traffic ~~~~ough un~Jv~at7~:·s !::r~t~~'{ed ~~~~~::: ;~it!~: ~~~~l~~~e~~~r~rnof~~;~ t~~~;~t ~~~~~~} ~~~rc~ b1~~~~~1g r:~:n FJr~~ l!:~~~dii~ =~~ 1;:~~:311 d~rcvi::gr:1~: ~~~~~:s~;~~!~es~! ~~rs~~~:i:~dt~ ~~~~r~~;to: t~:n~:::: :e;:~ is one of its chief objectives? New York J>ropagatiOn of Commumst ptopaganda. sary to elect but Gromyko, who was back- Don't you know that _there are They are still retaining their orig- 5(•nalor Cain indicated that hf' hoped for ing Lie, threa.tened a veto and Lie was around ten thousand puhhc relation inal title and still holding forth in the majority support of the measure since it named to the JOb, Mr. Woods states. eH:J)('Tts on their pay:on wh~se only Methodist building on Fifth Avenue. was assum('d that all agreed that "Com- The congressman give .., this interesting joh is to dn·ect puhhc thinkmg and Our prediction. which is backed by munist t)rOJMg.:mda machinery ought not to sketch of the life o£ Trygve Lie and his that the head of every government nothing more than a hunch, is that h<' subsidir.cd by the American taxpayer". background: ~f~~~~~a\~r~r~~~~~g~~r~/~~~sel~uig~o~~ ~~e~se'\i~le ~o~:~i;uacnJ0u~!~~o\~~~~ !~8 Senator C~in, unf~rtunately, wil_l fin_d "Trygve was a ~ember o~ the Norweg!an ant voters to reach intelligent conclu- be done about it They have been that there w1ll be dtsagrecment w1th h1s Labor Party, wh1ch was one of the ftrst sions on important is-"ues? 14denounced'' bef~re bv the church me~sure for t~e ef~ect of the propa_ganda to affiliate with Lenin's' 3rd_ Internation- What are you trying to do any way, officials who did not back up their whtch hf' menhons 1s reflected even m tbe ale, thoug~ they a£terwards wtthdrew from you evil spokesmen of soulless cor- denunciation with action. body wher~ he serves. membership. porations? Tnc Methodist Church is a power- He also essayed the role el. Benedict Are you attempting to get all these ful organizatiC!n and i! they r~ally • Arnold to his own country, by proposing D•rcctors of Public Thought fired ";,anted t~~~ r!~\of the!\Red Frmge, Queens Come High In ~;H~=!.:t~/:,s;,i!h~.~·i~.,~!;~s~h~ ~rc~~c!~i~~~ h~b~a~~fn:r~~5e~;~.~~~t~~ t ey wou 0 1 ' ut qmc · A Socialist State would have given Russia an ice-free bastion, employment? within easy strikin·g distance of Britain and At least. for the first time in ages, W~ have al~\'lYS opposed ,the polic~ of this country; it would have dominated our there won't be any New York gov- pout:mg Amencan taxpayers money mto pathway to Europe and Russia, and would Congress ~aves ~ountry ~~~~t~e~rdfeo:t~~rt~~v:~~lY~·g~a~~~~~ ~::e_~;:ar~a\~ol:~o~n:a~h~~n n:o:;~;v:~ ~;::ns~~;:~~g!:ea~e; ~s:iacroas-fire be- From "T err•b\e D•saster which helps some. Mosl o£ ou r lrou- audttors m the world could even estamate. Lie s,penl a long t.in\e at Moscow wlth ']'he Lower House of ('ou~n·.-;s dt'.:H'n'f'S ble Sti'ms from tlH' election of a New Howi'YI•r, it looks like we are going to his pals, Stalin, Mnlotov and Vishinsky_ th<' undying gr<~titudC' of the Anw1·ic:om Y~rk .governor who bl'oug_ht t.he alien haH' to rais<' our ante on our donations lo He appoints all his Secretaries-General, of Pt'OPI<' for using the axl' an a hdl bcfore th11~kmg 0~ our largest City mto the Ettgland as ~n important project is com- whom there are ciAht. Three of the eight th;1t body whose possibilities for di~;astcr national p1cture. ing up over there in the interest of world are either Communists or Russian sym· wt••·<' unlimited. ---- peace which it is our responsibility to pathizers. The House of Representatives last assist in prosecuting successfully. Arkady A. Sobolev next in line to Lie We('k defeated by a good majority a bill "The Korean war-which he would Press dispatches announce that when is the Minister for ·War Communications' whit'h would have created twenty-three not let MacArthur win-is the presi- Queen Elizabeth is crowned next year, the and Information All ~ilitary and dipl~ nc"" Fedcral judgeships and would have dent1s baby'1 says Congressman Clare total exP_Cnse wiU e~ceed $2,SOO,OOO. malic affairs go .to him first. Every move-eonf~ rred on Harry Trum.tn the power to Hoffman of Mtchigan. We've JUSt got to gtve them more money. ment of b-oops to Korea, or of guns and namt• this number or additional Socialist -- materiel, are reported to him. Sobolev is ::t~~{s o~~i1:~~c~a~n~~0r~tin~: before he goes pI a ns for Setting up united :Io~~~~a:m~:r~~~7!:t~n:~o~r:~;!~ u:n:; .cw:o~~e~~:~:t/~:e g:tar~:~ee:c~::le;ro: Nations Were Formed in Moscow ~:~atp!~:i~~~e:::~! cf~:·t s\~~~. o!:ony~:~ such a~ unthinkable situ:~tion. - We were among tht> mi11ions of saps who I Germany and to hold back American a~d all, is our real enemy ln Korea." ty!:~~~:~::~:tr~t~~=e h~~~eot~;~~ino; ::: thought the Unit~d Nations was born in British armies so Russia could_ take Berltn. havi.n~ !.hem play fast and loose with the 1945 at S.an Francisco. At tht' Conference a declaration was re.ad There Is Something Wrong ~:;1i:~~~!ioe:lc:sla::;Y to m;:~~~tph::~ :o:7a~ As a matter o£ fact, ~ccordin~ to official :nh~c~ta~tns ~:s:~e!g bih~~::~:~s c;~:c~1~~ With This Picture ord<'r. records, Jt was set up m the c1ty of Mos- any connection with atrocit_ies would be At the rate he is going, it is believed cow at a C'onlerenct' lasting from the 19lh lakcn back to the countries "m which their that Senator John Williams of Delaware - ---------Ito the 30th o£ Octobcr. 1943. As early as abominable crimes were committed to be will have more scalps hanging from his Correcting Past Errors ~~~il~n~~t. ~~! b~:~t:!r~~~t=:. l~~dg~:~;,r ;::~;. :~a::::e a;0~~~7~!~.ed according to the laws ~=:~a~hn;evt::: i:h~:: ~:~~::eni~ 0! r:~ Is A Sign of Morality sia and C'hina. th;tt such an_ or~anization It secms to us that we have been hear- run down tnx dodger~ Potential candidates for pre~;ndent of the would be set up and a dcel.aration to this cf. ing denials lately that the linited States The great di££erence is that Senator Unilcd States and fdends o[ candidates feet was made on ~~nuary 1• 1941• ~ut the had anything to do witb selling the Ger- Williams o erates without expense to the kl't'P singing tbe old worn-out refrain in movc_ment was . offict~lly launch:d m Mbos~ mans into Russian slavery. Instead, one taxpayers a~d the crooks he has apprehend-or~:: ~~:\at~·:n~~a~"c~~kn::~:a~~:social :~wl~.the Moscow Conference m Octo e ~~~:at~::d:::t::e!~:e:~eA~e~;~::na~~:. ~~ea~~:r:~:~~~~:if~f the Internal Reve-let: i,Jation enacted during the past twenty At the Moscow Conference to discuss the was ~h.ere as wel_l as other American p.er- And still this one-man Vice Squad who ye:~~: can't we? ~~~~~ A~~~~:n~o:.::~. :r~~g~:n::n~~~t~~ ~;~~~!~~s :;;:n~n~e t::ntt~~~u:~a wa~~:~ :~~:sm~~~:!:i!~ !~k~att~~ia~~~::~r::~:netv:; '\\ h~n a government makes mistakcs, ~olotov, of Russ:. ~:~o ~es~nt at th~ ~~n~ the war for pumshment. vice president while phonies who made lht•n' is no more reason why thev can't be erence w~re ver• ar_nmat"'th ~1. e Day by day it is becoming clearer that, money out o( bogus television "crime-hust­conC'Cted than when atonement. is made !~~e: c:;:s a::~~:rpe~ots.~uas;J:e~ as :art~::~ a.s many including the So~them ~onse:va- ing" are garnering in "popular votes" right fo~u~~d~~~~~~ ~;o::~e committed out' gov- :~~;i~~!~:::ar:p!';:ent!~r:: i~O:~:!:;s~e!!~ g:~;~l:~~st~~~~~~:d t:;g~n~~~et~o~a:n:PlS ~ 1-••_d_le-ft_. mo_su_, le-ft----­~:~~:~- 1~0 n~oc:;:: :~~e~:'c0::.~e!!./~! ~us~~::,::e;a:h:ot c:;:::~t ~~~:S~~~~i~!: ~~~e~a~~:~s n;J ~~Y w~~;d ~:~~e~ ~~ast:S c!~~ Who says women are not the po-corr~ t our mistaket and now repudiate the but who was called on to sign the agree- muntshc State, litical equals of men and can't do the Man tan policies these two ~residents s~on· ment alter it was reached. Russian digni- · After the Moscow Conference, plans to job just as well? . A WO~an congress­JOt'ed. and retum to estabhshed Amencan taries were swarming all over the place, in- carry it to fulfillment were carried on in man from Ut~h I~ pr~vmg. they are pr:;~·i~l:rt of propaganda is part of the ~!~~i~~~~=inov, Vishinsky, and other Sa. !~l':~~~~:S ~~d~~b~:al1~~d:~:h~o=r"'~~~! ;~~~~n. ~~~~k~a~~:~~ f~~~ht!~ed ef: Hercul~an effort now being put forth to get . Hiss. ployes and for failing to report a not one, but two, .. liberals" nominated, one This Conference dist'ussed all the detatls $2,000 campaign contribution from on E'ach ticket. pertaining to the surrender and disarma- San Francisco was merely the place se- the National Democratic Campaign I£ that is done, it leaves real Americans ment of the enemy with which the four lected to launch it officially, Committee. Fulton Lewis 1 Jr., is the with no choice in the seleeli.on o[ a presi- couutries were then at war. Presumably it It was born in the minds of World Plan- alert gentleman who brought this in· dent. 1 was decided at thi1> Conference to divide ners many yean before. teresting informatioQ. to liihL .rune, 1952 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page 7 MY ·NIGHT By lela M. Darden Thi s a ttractive book of one hundred pages is, os might be suspected, on attempted lake-off on Eleanor Roosevelt's "My Day" that lite ra ry gem which adorns the pages of ma ny do lly news­papers and instructs Americans on how to live, think and vote. "My Night", by implication, gives advice too and suggests rules of human behavior which, if fol­lowed, would probably lead to di sa ster or jail, but we guarantee that no more dore results woll accrue from fo llowing the suggest ions of "My Night" than will attend the serious acceptance of the a dvice given in the masterpieces of li teratu re which inspired it to be written. We do not cla im that "My Night" will infl uence world opinion, revolution­tze social a nd political customs or change the course of history but we do p romise it will afford on hour's lusty enterta inment and inspire some hearty chuckles. Price Six Books for Five Dollars Write THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIV E 703 Flatiron Building Fort Worth, Texas DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES OF THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE The following principles on which tfte Southern Conservative is fcluncMd will appear in the paper from time to time: Thos. of us who ere responsible for Initiating the Southern Conservative plead guilty to the charge of being hopelessly old-fashioned as we lo.,.. our own country with • blind and passionate devotion, above ell others on earth. We find ourMfves without ft,e slightest dHire to change our form of gov­ernment to conform to foreign ideologies or to attempt to re-shape it in the Soviet mord. We are conv in~d that those whe founded this lt~ublic framed the gr .. t · est indrument for the government of men ever Mvised by human '" ind. We wish to deny, before tt is mecle, the charge thet we e re subsldi1:ed ~y any spe:cial interests or that our undertaking is just er'lother Kheme dreamed up to attract the support of big busln.u. lr'l our tliscuNions of State and National iMues, we shall show no more ..-r t iality te tn. Tycoona of Industry thar'l we shall to the Curs ef Labor. fr'l fact, we seem to remember that some of tho biggest busines. men in the natior'l teemed up wah labor union rachtHrs in playing IMII with the New Deal when that economic atrocity was riding the crest and have continued to t tring elong with its more ¥icious counterpart curr.ntly admlr'llt tering tho .. .,. ernment in w .. hington. The courage, integrity and fNtr iotlsm which lUSt 1M commanded if the Republic it te sur¥ive will not 1M found exclusively .mong roproHntatives of big bvtiftflt or leaders .t labor unions. It must 1M drawn from that vest group of ever•ge Americans who .. k noth ing of government except that It secure them in their inalienable right to work, to save end to keep a reasonable there ofthefruftt of their toil. ~:~~~:::~d:~!~.~\~~:::~=,"~~~:~:~:~::.-~~~~~\:~~::~~~::.~~.~!2~:·5 ~Nio~ .::r::~~tiul affiliations, we acknowledge afl.,lar'lce to naithr of tho two As presently constituted, both are M shot through with radica li sm as to render thom inc:apable of resolvint the serious problems confronti ng the Re­public. We acknowledge our indebtedness to the courageous and pa tr iot ic CoaiJ. tion Bloc of sound-thinking Democtats end Republicans in both Houses ef fn·a~r;~s:, ~irchFe~~sr.'ir;:::':~e~~~mun istic influences from complete dom- We are oppoHCI to the recklets squandering of the taxpayers• money by Incompetent, ir responsible and improvident public oHiciels and we contend that texM should 1M lev ied for purposes of revenue ol'lly and not to punish tha r ich, reward the ~r or redistribute the wealth. We ere f irmly committed to tho principle of Statet Rlghtt and we hold thet the PMPie ef any part of the Un•'ed States are entitled to maintein their own social customs and treditions without interference from politicians seek· ln1 wot" to perp•tuate themselwes irt power. We IH'e unequivocally in favor of Free Enterprise as oppo .. d to govern· :-:e;:~:e;~~~vO: ~~~s!::~:l •:n~ i::!~o:ct~::;l~~:;•;~~~~~hfi:i~~:~w:.n::;~;; end thrift r•ther than l .. ning on the arm of gowernment for support. We concede to every man the right to work and the opportunity of profit. eble employment regardless of whether he do .. , er 4001 net, belong to a lat.or union. On the othor hencl, wo claim .. r the employer the irrevocable right to hire and fire his ompiOYHI without inatruc:tions from any eovernment agency .,. intimidation by Federal Police. We feel that at thit crucial time in history, it k imperative that new ... papers end other 1roups seeking to influence public opinion shGuld exert every effort within their power to help preserve our republican fo rm of gov· ernment, our Fr" Enterpriso system end Amerlcar'l way of life. We thail exert all our energies to thet and. · Thesa ere tha sentiments of tho SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE and aJ. though ours may 1M only ona tmell voice crying in tha wilderneu, we will fight for fu ndamental American pr incipiOI, as wa understand them, without epologr to any man or Mt of MOn. MY NIGHT By the Editor I have deeply appreciated all the wonderful letters whjch have come to me since Follow has gone to that particular canine heaven o! tree-lined streeb; especially reserved to the little dogs of famous people. I like to think that i! the true story of his life were writtf.'n, it would prove that he was perhaps more closely identified with the history of his time than most of his human contemporaries. I do not bE-lievE', for insta nce, that any other dog can claim the distinction of having had a flotilla of war vessf'ls reverse their course and turn ba<'k as t hey did in his case when he wac found to be missing from the battlethip 011. which lte was travel· ing during World War II . I have always rese nted the unfavorable p ublidty which this trivial incideaf inspired and jt is my feeling that the reporter who broke the story was a Republica• Tory whose purpose was to smear an innocent little dog for partisan reasons. As evidence of this malicious int.ent, it was stated in press dispatches at the t ime that Follow was rescued !rom the Alaska mainland by an Army cruiter whick was plain distortion of the truth since it was only a Navy destroyer. I have become Ml accustomed to smear tactics directed at members ol .Amal· gamated Countries that I have learned to evaluate all critical expres.!ioions a nd te detect at once the mot ive behind them. It is, therefore, my considered opinion that the attack OJl Follow was inspjred jointly by representatives of large corporations and by Southern Reactionaries whose dual purpose was to discredit the Four Freedoms and to prevent the passa..:e of social legislation by the C<lngress of the United States. As Follow was always quick to protect members of the family from un­welcome intruders, I !eel that I owe it to his memory to re£ute this attack and kl deny unfound,:-d chiii'Kf.'S made in connection wi1h him by his traducers. The truth is that I have alwa;ys admired that spirit of independence and daring which he displayed by taking advantage of a brief landing in the harbor to elude his guardians and slip away from the ship to spend a lew delightful hours in an unscheduled visit with Malemute friends. Since it is the same love of adventure and a desi re to explore new hor izone which has led me to visit all the habitable portion o! the earth'& surface, I can thoroughly understand and appreciate his action. It was not true, as was charged at the time, that radio alarms were sounded, a large task force alerted and a military squadron sent out in search o£ him. When it was discovered that be was missing, the ships were merely ordered to turn back and wait until he voluntarily Mturned which ne did next day and a loss of only twenty-four hour's time was involved. I am sure a1so ~a t t here was deep pol itical implication behind the baseJcs.s rumor that when the war veSiel whieh rescued him landed in the same harbor a year or 50 later, Marines on board claimed they were bitten on tbe shins by a couple of ragged Malemute• hanging around the doeks who looked a lot like Follow. It is difficult !or me to ¥oderstand how any one oou1d imagine there was any resemblance between do&A of tucb dissimil ar lineage, 1>ince F ollow was descended from the royal kenn('IS of Scotland while Malemutes are native to the Arctic Circle. Also F ollow was kind, gentle and eonsiderate and I am convinced there was no ancestral r el ationship between his strain and that of dogs who would attack decent members of 10eiety. Follow :never bit any one in his life except Republicans and Conservative Democrats. (Copyright 1952 by Ida J/1. Darden) Pogo 8 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Policy Of Seizing Private Property Grows As Georgia Network Broadcasts Leading University Students Appropriate Co-ed Pan!s Editorial in Southern Conservative de~t~r nti~: ~~rr:da~~~t~tf:"tt?tr:~~. Red Banners Are Still a ':U~;~~ca;1~~:~.a~~c~~~;::;·a;~ ~~:rn~~B~ !~~~:~~~~~0~~:. c::rg:e 0~0~:i1u:.10~~~~::.~ ~~~r~~~~~lfheb~~oo~f:, as_:~sr\o~;~~~~ flying in Kojean War :a~u~~::~~n:~i~:·g::~o~~!~hs~:1~a~~!~.~li~~ ~!~':c aa11bl!7~er:n:11 ~a3~~il~.n~t~·d ~;·og~~ ~~Ju~~~t~b~~s~~~IOrp0I~fai~est:~~~tJ~~ The War havthabn{'c,?;;0~ ;:~th~thcr States in that scclion of the ~~::1~\:c~h:i~~~~~~t ~:tcg:~i:1~;1t~~n~ct:r:0~~ th~~;~l~~ice thing about "Progressive a The program is conducted by Allston D ;~r.~;s~~P~ot;~i~~\~~<'~l:~~t" ~:~~~·attempt :~~~~a~~;;~,.~~n\~~15 i~rf!~~:~~:~~~~o~~ d•~l h;:sn~~,.~~.~·~.~~~ ,;~;~~:~~.:~·P::~~~ ~~t~~o;~~~::;;•~1 ,;~~:·:n:od~.!~"~~m';;~: "How Mfcccnl this d.clmtion fmm al leaders for the exploration of new for billions for the "emergency" in Korea. a or 10 la area. that of Walter Reuther. white-haired fields of action, for trampling under He 5aid the "defense effort" must not be We have been furnished a copy of Mr boy of the C'IO who nurtur(>d his _gre£"dy oul~oded customs, tr~ditions and co~- hindered and demande<l staggedng ~ppro- Calhoun's broadcast £or Sunday, June first, ambitions at th<' root of C'omnwni~m in venhons and for openmg up new hort- priations from Congress. And got it. which was based on an editorial in the the Communist training schools in Mos-zons of hun:an e~~eavo~ for the gt~id· And now in a show·down, it turns out Southern Conservative, May edition, ~:";;isR~:~~a·n::~~E> ~:~dw;;!~ai1:1\~;s .. ~o<': ~~~~~fS~aat~I.ng ctbzens m the commg ~;:~·e,\\:r ~~:~tghh~~~lil~:l:~~\of~ac:~leo;~~ ~it~~!,;~·;:~t:~~: i~i:n~~i~~\c;d ~;du~~~~~d~~~ for a Sovi<'t Am~>rica··. Having been given complete liberty Kojean War to say nothing of whipping loyalty to hts own country" • , "The Southern Conservative det'Jl in ~ince Kindergarten. to. _dem?nstrate the Chinese Communists in the Mr. Tru· In his inh·oduclory remarks Mr. Calhoun the heart o( the Lone Star St.1tc ex: mdependcnce and l~dividua.ht~, _un· man's Private Poliee Action affair. ~;~id: p1·esses entire satisfaction with the ~~~lh~~~~g b~e~~d~~~h;~~~d i~I!C~~~~~j 1 . ~enc~al ~ark C~ark;s mcnth ha~e d bf~en "Hdlo folks This is ABston Calhoun ~;~~~ip~~~ ~~u~:;~.Y g~l':~e~~~~~~i~:~r~~~i~~ ~~nt;~~tg~~o:rJc~e h:~?Je~h~~l~ ~~p~~~ ~;~~egd. ::wnw~v~~~~: :a;~l'i~?~1er·~ ca~; ;:;,~ek~~* r 10ha~~u b:;~r:~~e;i~a:i~~~u:r:~ :~d ~~;~;~::~s ~~~~18as t~~at r~~t~~1nu!~~~~ persona] desires, the little darlings are at .KoJe. but at last reports, It was still the publication entitled "The S<luthern ism which cettain unsct·upulous and S£'1f· now more than measuring up to the flymg htgh. Conservativ«.>", which comes off the press ish Americans hav(' swung onto with the standard to be expected from this We are no mililary strategist, of course. deep in the heat·t of Texas- specifically almost criminal intent of pb<'inA th(•ir type of training. but common sense would suggest that if we in the town of Fort Worth. This publi- own interests above those of our countty Students on college campuses all can't control a bunch of Red war prison· cation has been coming to my desk regu. as a whole. fr~e~l;~se f~~nat[i~nreac~~tl~i~~S~I~b~~~ ~:~d;;o i:t~vea a~:~~~u~:~~h~~~tui:edso:: !:r!::;; ~:!teo~~hil:~dne~wt:n!a~: ~:~: m~~~h;hous:hul~~~~r:xp~~~~i~t:·v~!ivt~is ~::e: e~~~~SJO~nofd~~m1r::i~~~~na;~~'rocr~~ ~~~~ b::~n~e:d~~a~·~=r:ii~tut~e~ ~~st~~~ ;:: :~~~~~~n~tm:n;l~~sad:e:~f: opinion of the !~:s~ ~~~cl~r:~~ii:7sd ~W~:.~~~~:::l h~h~li~ houses and looted lingerie belonging tor clea.r on up through the Pentagon and "From -the pages o{ the Southern Con- motivated by undivided loyalty to his to co-eds as the fair possessors of the the Whtle House. servative, one gains . the comforting own country' " f~N~s ::gne~ o~e~e o~.indow and glee· we~eh:tp;::r~aete:f r:~l t~~o::r:~~~~~n~!~:! ~eou:r~t ft=r~~::t: i~n ~::i:;a~t s:~iJec:ar~ . Mr. ~alhoun llwn quoted the f'~itorial in te;:;h;rs :~~e ~~~~~Ja~:r~~1, ~it~~~~~ :edn ~:Y hi:nt:l:r~~:~s~i~~;!~~~?e~~:~~~ ~~: ~dne~l:ou;~i:~on m~<;e t~~ispr~~~i:~:; ~~: ~t;v:n~~~i~:da;\~:e c~:~~ a:oda~~~ ;!,~~s :x:~ !~;~e~~~r~o t~~~e~~/~~~t :oe~::~~~~~ m:l:: ::~.:a~:~~ s::t:ituation like that ~oe~~es~asa1~~erm~~~:n~~~rfauddi~i~!0~o ~~ itre~~~e m:;~::or.v::~; 1~:: 1 :n~ve u~:~~~ i!ol~:v~fg 1~~~~cst~~~;d~~~ in de· ~~ ~~i~u::;~;d we take on the protect ion ~:!r!h:~:e:~ ~~a~n;;ri~i::5.for each and ~::~n:~~: l;:~';;:h:ndw:l~~~~ld b::~el:: !~: This convincing demonstration by There are probably no members of Con- "fn fad, in it...,: declaration of prin- planned by our founder.s a.s its lastinj! our college boys and girls is reassur- gress lE-ft to look inlo the matter as they ciples. tht" Southern Conservative 'pleads abode' ·• ~~! i~~c~~ th~?;~5go~h~~i~;~r~~bi~~~ :~~e/1 ~h~:::n or"pco::Up!~ov:,st~~atti~tsse~~~ 1-------------------­~~=~ rlh~r~~~a~!I~~p~~g::~~ero :on: ~~ "r~n~or::tc~~; ~:~"~~c:.~ede::"sow~~b~:~ Under The "Levelling-Off" Policy A Hobo tinue to bear aloft the bright banner war of the pl'isoners. ~~ r::t~~~~i~~ ~~~~f~~0~11~5 c~~~~r~a[~ In The Jungle Is Ideal American Citizen backward countries of the world. Somewhere along the line of our descent for those early-day individualists Having been one o_f the under-priv· England J~st Loves. Our. , fro~ ?onstitutio~tal government t~ Natio~al carved great fortunes for their family and ileged who never enJOyed the advan- Generous lnternohonahsm Soctalts~. the tdea has been firmly ·~· descendants by taming the savage jungle, tage 1 s f~f f[t~ress~ve ~tucr~~n.h:;: The Londen Eveniog Standard says that ~~nn~e:ha1t"u~e::r~es:~~7:i~~~ ~;n~~=rpa~~~~~ harnessing raging streams. conquering rug- :~~c!tu:e.t e c~n use y . w ' ~:~~~:~ha~~s~~~~:~n~orEi~:~~~!~:g h~~: ~~~ ~!~s~:n"-;t:;:a~v~~~l~sh a ~::e f:~! t~~ :;:e:t:J:La~n:a~:e~ ~:r o~~::a:;::.n~:::;~ m~~e C~~ ~~i~f~~tat~~ ~:ctli~~s~~e~~~ ~~~k~!o a;:n:~3e15 ~~r~;t~r"~ivalry between socia~ si~. . . . and vtsion. _ }!1,?s s;~~~ i?:~~ld ff~ ~~~}~~~~; ~~~ . Natur~lly _the Standard si~es with the rr:!18fo1:;i~n°\·!~~~i~~~~an°£coc::;rsi:s d:~:~: wo~m;:o:~Y ~:P~::~ab~:v::g::eno( a:~:1.1~ millions of Cl~ votes in the latter. ~~~~~:~:w:ea~~sfti:i:~~~::fat~~~ ~~:::Y 0~i~:~ ~~~ b~~tpl:ssch:i:~~m!e:f 1;~:e~'~e~e~~:g~:f~~ eyed ecstasy ov~r the specimens of man· W.hat benef1i a college boy could away by our inlernationlist gov.emment, PI'Ocess on which Socialism and Com· hood who start £tguring the amount o{ their posstbly hope to re~p ~y the posse~· and of course they want Amertcan tax· munism are based. · social security and old-age pension checks sion of an unoccupied ttem of fem1· payers to continue to "divvy up". . . :~~eet~~~ri~~y:~gart~~ ~~;::i~;· ~~ ~s fo~ .!he~~.elves, there is no '~inter· de~tsha:hboee~~:~~t~;;:h~e~: b:c~:~/1~~ii; :~~or;h~h::.e g;~.;~;1 :0~~il:::; t~:t::n~ ()ur feeble mind to grasp. nahonallst 5P1.11t among them. Thete are through red1Slrtbut1on of the wealth viction that the Federal govemment owes :~ :~;: ~~aa:n~~he ~~~gl~~~-centered people through taxation while managing, at the them a livin'-\ ----------\ same time, to swell their own fortunes Followed to its ultimate conclusion this We Are Just Wasting Our to imposing figU'<S, as have vacious mem· ··human equali,.tion" and "levelling off" Vivien Kellems Seeks Seat bei-s of their families. philosophy which scorns individual achieve- SweefneSS On Desert Air In United States Senate s;:~sd ::a:~st:~e p:i!::~~h~f i:e;:~o:::: :v:~ttu:~~ ~~~n::~s:~:i:: e:~::;~ei~y~h~;~ , The lady congressman from Utah Vivien Kellems or. Connecticut has .an· in tne. political forum Cor the purpose of a hobo in the jungle will represent the high· who claims she failed to report a nounced as a cand1date for the Umted garnermg votes bul has become so much a est type of American citizenship. campaign contribution of two thous- Slates Senate and we hope she wins. part o( the general ideological pattern that 1 _________ _ ~~~li~~~~~r:ft~~ t~:c~~~o~~~ ~:r~~i wh:h~~eveths:tni:gl:~~~leau:::tbe~~ t:o::: ~~ri:~~inates fiction stories and ~~·een D.A.R. OFFICIAL :~~1utc}~~l~~~~;~s~~~l cl!~~w~t!u~~1~i have contributed almost nothing towards The wooing swaiu who does not have a LIKES OUR PAPER remember where he was on Pearl efforts kl intelligently resolve important stew-pot to cook in nor any meat to put Harbor day. issues, businesg would pick up if the in H., invariably wins the hand oC the From the National Defense Chair~ we can't fancy ourself forgetting. charming Connecticut firebrand is enrolled gorgeous fictional blonde while the wealthy man of a local chapter of the D.A.R. anything so wonderful as a contribu- on its J"OSter. suitor who yearned to endow her with the in New York, we have received this tion of that amount. There is not one n'a~uhne member of diamonds and mink coats to which she was encouraging note: We might be oblivious of it t~n:po- the senate who iii more familiar with not accustomed, i8 left to chew his nails "'Your paper is grand. A friend has ~:r!~o~~~ :,~ ;~~~?n~~~~~~~~!nJe~~ ~:0da:e.nt::e::~n:~:~:11;ror~:e:~~:~~n: :7! :u;::P:~ father for not having left ~~~~en:~u~~~ri~~~!!er31~ t~e 3~.Ad~ Slowly it is dawning on us wh:t ~s provisions than Vivien Kell'>!ms and if she We reahr.e that our thinking is all oot lighted. You are saying all the things ;;:~~1gi~01?~~nC:~~ a~v: F~~~eale~ is elected, she will _reflect nothing but ~f keller with the current "l~ber~l" ~ink- we sh~uld say and are saying them from Utah. credit on that leglSlahve body. mg, foe •"" u.nbounded adma.rabon \6 all better.
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