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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 4, No. 2, February 1953
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  • Darden, Ida M.
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Date February 1953
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Transcript HE OUTHERN f Sec. 34.66 P.L.&It. U. S. POST AGE PAID Permit No 1665 Fort Worth texas -To plead for a return of Constitutional Governmetat- Fort Worth, Texas, February, 1953 No.2 FO CING POLITICAL PREACHERS BACK TO T E PULPIT IS A ORAL RES 0 ILITY OF AMERICAN CH RC BERS ----------------------------~------------------------~~.-------------------~==============~------------------ Members of The .Senale Are Used To Appointees Who Ma e Their Money After They Gel In Office The furor precipitated in the Unit­ad States Senate over the confirmation of Charles E. Wilson, a wealthy, able and successful American business man ~ Sf!Jeretary of Defense, reflects an Etitude which has prevailed in Wash­gton during two decades of the na­on's history. Throughout this period, failure has been exalted, poverty extolled and in­( iividual achievement held in con­tempt. "Economic Royalists" was the odious title bestowed by Roosevelt to l.ndicate his disgust with Americans who \Vere solvent enough to keep off the relief rolls and "Special Interests" :a the disdait~ful appeU::ttion pinned on them by Truman Perhaps members of the Senate have been so long accustomed to con­firming Fair Deal stumblebums who Jcnew only one way to make money ~nd that was to latch on to a govern­tnent job and start peddling influence, that they have subconsciously come to regard with suspicion any appointee vvho is prosperous and affluent enough oo possess an extra suit of underwear to start with. Obviously those who insisted that Mr. Wilson sell all the stock in the ~ompany he formerly headed and dis­pose of practically all his possessions ~~txcept the clothes he was wearing, were afraid that such concern might profit through having one of its stock­holders in ~ high government position. Italians Say Men Should Wear The Striped Pants Although Clare Booth Luce's intel­ligence and ability are universally ccm­ceded and her judgment in selecting becoming clothes unquestioned, we think the Italians have a point in pro­testing with a shrug and a shudder the prospect of the blonde beauty in a pair of striped pants. The lady's impending appointment as Ambassador to that country has caused much unfavorable reaction in the Eternal City whose citizens appar­ently resent being compelled to as­sume the role" of human guinea iJigs in an experiment with petticoat di­plomacy. After all, the Italians' aversion to lady politicians dates back to their un­happy experience with another fasci­nating foreign female in the long-dead days of the Roman Empire. So, perhaps it is understandable that they should take the sarne dim view of a blonde from Connecticut which their ancestors entertained to­ward a brunette from Egypt who tap­ped their treasury, copped their jewels and made bums out of a couple of their leading statesmen. order to make General George C. Marshall eligible to the same job in 1950. Since they made no similar demand Of course there was a different is-on Martin Durkin, before confirming sue involved in that case and Marshall him as Secretary of Labor, and did not did not suffer from the stigma of hav­require him to resign from his union, ing been associated with private indus­it is clear that the~ saw no dan~er try or of having had to earn his money ~hatever of .orgamzed labor bemg by matching wits with competitors in $tven a~ unfair advantage. as a result the marts of commerce. - ()f a umon plumber holdmg doy,·n a tabinet job. There is a reason why members of . . . the Senate might conceivably have In graspmg at the shadow, they lost hesitated to confirm Mr. Wilson but, the substance. if so, it had nothing to do with his Carried to its ultimate conclusion, successful management of a big corp­the policy of compelling an appointee oration nor with his accumulation of to divest himself of all property and vast personal wealth. take the pauper's oath will eventually Instead, it is because of a five-year lead to a situation wherein the only contract which he, as head of his com- ~s~ns 9ualified for holding high pany, signed with the infamous . CIO sitwn m the Federa~ government sometime ago which set an unwhole­l be tramps on the htghway, bums some precedent and put other busi­m the Bowiry and hoboes in the ness concerns at a definite disadvan­ngle. tage in dealing with unscrupulous As for the technicality of a law Which stood in the way of Wilson's ~onfirmation, members of the Senate (lid not hesitate to vote for the amend­ant of a provision in the statute in labor leaders in future. If we had been a member of the Senate, our objection to Mr. Wilson's confirmation, if any, would have been based on that action solely. Thousands of Protestant Ministers have abandoned the Bible as their source of inspiration and have turned to the Communist Manifesto to provide the material for their texts. These Ecclesi­astical Socialists constitute a serious threat to the continuation of our form of government. No matter how ominous the clouds that darken the horizon or how menacing the threat to the safety of an imperiled nation, Americans would still feel a heartening measure of security if the religious forces of the coun­try were as solidly lined up in behalf of Americanism and of moral and Christian principles as the men in our fighting forces are united in the in· terest of our physical defense. · Since the 'nark Ages, the test of a: nation's greatness has been meas­ured by the spiritual values of its people and by the strength, faith and com·· age of its religious leaders. From the beginning of civilization, the church has been a harbor in time of storm, a refuge in spiritual stress and an anchor when strife and conflict endangered the moral and religious unity of a nation. Along with love of family and loyalty to country, reverence for the church and for ministers of the gospel has been the dominant emotion and guiding impulse of the majority of Americans and a contributing factor in mai<:ing the United States the recognized leader of Christian forces through­out the world. Those who laid the foundation of the Amedcan government were de­voted, .P a~riotic and God-fearing men with a song in their hearts, a prayer on their lips ~~d a deep and a~i~ing faith t a were building a Republic under the gmdmg hand of a D1vme Creator which wou d .... :,_ th .. ...;....;~~~~~, ages. As they labored to erect a structure as free from earthly frailties as was humanly possible, they were secure in their belief that this country, under God. and a form of government based on Christian principles and hu­man freedom, would live eternally as a model Republic dedicated to the dig­nity of the individual and the right of the citizen to achieve his economic des­tiny by his own efforts. In that period of the nation's history, Communism was unheard of, there wasn't a Socialist in the land and no stronger defenders of the f~ith or more earnest champions of the American way of life existed than the conse· crated men who delivered their inspired messages from the pulpit. Although in the main they limited their service to ministering to the spiritual needs of the people and held themselves and their sacred profes· sion aloof from distracting and worldly issues, their defen-se of Americanism once saved this country from Atheistic totalitarianism which now threatens our national existence as a Constitutional Republic. In the late Seventeenth Century, a sect of European liberals and intel­lectuals known as the "Illuminati" advocated a form of World Socialism de­signed to destroy Christian principles and morals and to oppose free enter­prise as a form of government. This movement brought on the French Revolution and its next objective was the United States where a new Republic had lately been launched under this type of economic system. So effective, however, was the opposition of men of .the cloth in this country to this godless ideology that it was beaten back before gaining a foothold here. In the years which have passed since then, however, the movement for World Socialism has been strengthened and rendered more appealing by its leaders who have cunningly invested it with false claims to Christian service and concepts designed to snare the uninformed and less mentally alert members of the clergy. This has resulted in thousands of misguided ministers from countries all over the world, including the United States, being drawn to its pagan and godless banner. The century-old attempts of subversive world force~ to capture the American ministry and enlist church facilities and influence in spreading (Continued on Page 2) illions of Americans Think If .. The Southern Conservative Says It l Page l · THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI Paid Propagandist Pulls The Old Gag About I Nothing Just Happens Temple University Confers Everything Is Planned Degree On Conservative Writer Hiss Not WrHing United Nations Charter Our pri,.le opinion. publicly expressed, Soon after Alger Hiss, who was the' ~~o~=:~a,t~:n~~~ci:n:~d .. :t~r:res;·oi~~s ~ze~i~~ St~~= ~~ t~ f~= ~~~:~~~ t~er~~~~~ ~~~;;~:,1 ~~~h~~n~{ ::ep~~~~~a~:l;~~~ 11. We Musf Have Sod~liSIS the Iron curtain were planned to coincide Alexander, New York newspaper col-for lying when he denied givi~g away GIVe US The Smelly Kmd with efforts in this country to break down umnist, received an L.L.D. degree at State papers to Communist sptes, pro- the McCarran-Waller Immigration Jaw. Temple University in Philadelphia on ~~f~~~\~lsdfi~~~~~~e~.nited Nations were It has long been recognized that is T:~~s~:';;~ilitl~,:' n~;~i~~~th:::~ :::;e~! Fe~~:•r:eglr~·. was conferred on Dr. Hiss' sponsorship of the United Na- there IS ~o Socialist hvmg who would any more. Everything is planned. Alexander following her delivery of tions a~d his role a_s p~incipal ~rc~i- not sacnfice his principles O\'ernight Psychological warfare is being engaged the mid-semester graduation exercises t~ct of 1ls Charter •. '~ v1ew of h1s In- provided he could latch on to a big in all over the world and when an objective at Temple when she spoke on "Edu­dJctment and convtc~JO-n, had set l~e chunk of "Capitalist" folding money. cannot be achieved by one method, it is cation for Freedom". !0~~~~1,0!il~~r~dja~l~~~~~~:s_b~~:dl1u~l~ Of course t~is rule does n_ot ap~1y ~~t:t~e~c~~1;!~1.isahnc: s~~r:;;~~o:;~;!;~ ~~:: th;rh~o~~~~: il~ ~~~vA~~xf~:~:~: f~;; :~s~t0~~. ~~~t c~~f:k. So~elhmg ~ad to ~:sa s~~~:n;:~e~n o;h:~::;~~~n <;~;~i~~: :~~hl;b:~~dtoP1~~i5n f~r p8oi~~~s ;;:e;nusual sh~_t!s ?ef~=~=lyanC:ni~rv~!iv:w~~dr~r m;~e t~~t :~~~:~f: ~~.~:~ •:e~~e\~t t'hna~ the past twenty years. Hmy Truman <ecently conducted a tour ~~I ~~~or:~y degree, es?~I~ific:~:scu~~ J11ss was really nothmg more than a These are the millionaire playboy of some of his friends o\·er the ground near merJt and peo:~te pnz . IS so~l or glori~ied lackey around the Socialists who never worked a day or Independence, Missouri, where he explained r~~t cust~'!l h\o ~ele~~~:t~rai~·; ~~~ {~~~t·u~~st domg odd .jobs that mi~ht earn~d a penny in their enlire worth- ~:atu~~:rTt:~~:t~-u~~~~~-reT~:;'~·o7:!~ .s:~~ ~is~i~c~~n~Jg om AIJ speak~rs and p~td propagan~1sts less hves and wh~ had a fortune han~- include 8 Library where Truman papers Dr. Alexander's Sunday column ap~ for the _Umted. Nations were giv~n ed to them on a silver platter by their will be preserved. Presumably some of his pears in the New York Mirror, Los blanket 11_1struchons t? say -~h_at Htss old man who struggled along under letters to music critics and columnists will Angeles Examiner, Albany Times­~~ d ~othJ~gt~\ ~ 0 With WI ;tmg the the American system of free enter- be omitted from the colledion, in tl)e in· Union and other newspapers from moa:. e~r~7nar;'\ gaer~v:~-~~r:t: a~~~~ p~ise wh~l~ accumulating a pile for terest of culture. coast to coast. ~~~y t~v:~i~::tn~l~~g n~~k~a~r~~a~~~~~c~ ~~v~~-=~~t~cft:·~.~~~fat tju~~i~::~.der on • • • •alions for others. As between the two types, we will Forcing Pohhcal Preachers •h~~i~ogUI~~~~h~~~es 3,~~~c~;~1~e~;~~:c~~~~ f:tt~~~~!oi: ~~a:7eesl~yd~~~~~~~ ~i~f~!~ (Continued From Page l) • :IaJa~ ~~=n~i~~t~~~~a~~~~sh~0,~!~r;~ecs~ ~~~ra}~~ P~il!s~:~~~:~~u~o~~~~;: i'~h~ Socialist propaganda received its greatest impetus at Ams~erdam some yea~s ;~~:r~~ ~~~l~ci~5t~~~ c:J;~~%db~~ t~! Park Avenue penthouse. ~~~t :~~~~~~~tif~~~·u::~~~r~!~~o~~;t~~~!~.e world were mduced to meet m ~ossessed of enough intelligence and At that meeling a scurrilous attack was made on the American free en~ fi~~·~:~te t~e 1f~~t~hese records up and A Frankenstein Which (ould terprise system by implication when resolutions were passed lumping Capi- •o~:d.~~ ~~~.~h~t ~~it~u1~~~ ;:0n;.~:~: Destroy Our Government ~~~~~~ 0tr~~:~~~~~ry as Communism and vigorously condemning both dist for the United Nations was in Their denunciation or Communism was, of course, insincere and intend~ F~rt Worth rec_ently she h~mded ?ut The strong likelihood that the Ferl- ed only for publicity and p_ropaganda purposes since the _meeting was call· this _same hot h~e about l-11ss havmg era I Social Security Agency will be ed ?Y. Socialists and th~re 1s of c~mrse ~o fund_amental difference between nothmg to do wtth the U. N. Charter raised to cabinet status carries omi- Socialism and Commumsm, both Ideologies settmg the State up as supreme and_ many of the good ladies in her nous implications for if this occurs and relegati-ng the individual to the position of a cog in its vast machinery. =~~~=~-ce swallowed it hook, line and it will pr~bab~y .~rovide _tl~e opening From that meeting, t~e mo~ement gathered strength and force in_ this ,.J~:r~h~s ~~a'l~~;k o~~~ 1!~~1 ~~'7 ;~ ~\~1i~=df~d~~~~~~~~~d Medtcme and So- ~'::"u~t~ft :;gh~:c~~~~~:~;eo:~~'\t~fa;~~~~ht~sth~o;o/::;o;;e:: i;h~o~~\'~i:! time and this can be done by going to The first step in the destruction of between 30,000,000 and 40,000,000 members. the public_ library and reading Hi.c;s' _<~ rC'puhlil':m fo_rm of goH·rnment. is Its Socialist-Communist propaganda machine for world government was vwn word.... . . , , , alway7, ac~omphs~ed., under the gutse so firmly established and was operating with such dtadly eCfectiveness be-t~!:~ e t:~e ~ 1 ~~-~t:~~~~~~; _1~g~\-h~~ss~\~~~ f;n~J o~0~~~a~-g~e~;.~.c~~ti~\·tys0a~esu~t~ee: {~~e 1~~e~i~~~c~o~~!p1~f~~i7;fdC~~~~i~~t~~~at~:::r~~~~t daa;~~~ ~~r~~~l~i{~; !~~~,a~~~cf~ ~~~~~~\tt~~nm~:~t ~~yf:rnn~ !~~~s s::~vo~~s e~:~k l~~0;1~~ ~~~k [;~~~ faith of the people in a Supreme Being. ished by the subject himself. In this door. For the twin ideologies or Socialism-Communism do not tolerate a be-sketch, Hiss says that he was ''Secre- . lief in God and must destroy all conception of a Christian Deity in order to tary General of the United Nations ThiS agency has a total of 36.000 reduce the people to the proper depth of moral degradation where they will Conference on International Organiz- employ~s and the verr nat":re of thetr accept this degenerate theory o[ a Super-State to rule the world. ation at San Francisco in 1945'' and work g1ves them a '\'tewpomt slanted . . . . also that he was "principal adviser" towards the "liberal11 or Socialistic . ~hy C~nshan mtmsters who hav.e sworn to expound a~d uphold the of the United States Delegation to the an,gle and its potentialities for danger ~hnsttan fatth would surren_der to an _Ideology based on Atheism IS a ques­United Nations General Assembly in cannot be over-estimated. hon we cannot answer and IS one whtch has amazed and baffled far abler 1 ~46. No~ "a~. a?viser" but ,the "p~in· This agency, with its present over- students of human ~sychology than we. c1pal ad':"tser. . 'I here wasn t a line powering number or employes is the The most chantable conclusion is that in deserting the pulpit for the about Htss gom~ along. as an erran,d outgrowth or Roosevelt's "temPorary" strange and alien field of world politics and economics they have ventured ~~ft ;:se~bout hts carry,mg anyb~d-y s ~~~~~{y ~~::~~;~sg~~e~~~;s'~t~~~ hSetast~l; ~e:r~~~~~~~~~~~~;~ t~~~ ~a;~o~=~~~: ~v~t~:~~l;~s~fic~~ec[::Jssf~gsf~~:;~~' 1t ts a sad ~omm~nlaty on femuune would be abandoned when the "emer- weakness wh1ch mduced them to succumb to ev11 temptations of which they ~~{~e~~k!n~ ~~}i~;;le ':~~e~r:~e~f~~ gency" was over. had so often warned others. hon becaus~ she is paid to do so; _it ot course 110 government ever goes ~lso, they are probably-like frail humanity from _time immemorial - }s sadder still that other women will off the doJe when once it has experi- so thnlled by th~ un~ccustomed feel ~f power and so flattered that their tal· fall for such propaganda. and make no men ted with it, even as no ruler gives ents an~ theological mfluence are bemg employed to shape a n~'Y s~cial and errort whatever to confirm or refute up power unless forced to do so, and eco~om~c order that they have o_ve!look~d ~he fact tha~ the pohctes mvolved it. any citizen having the faintest knowl- are m d1rect contrast to the Chnstian pnnc1ples to whJch they were commit .. edge of past history knew this back ted when they took the sacred vows of the clergy. II All fitS In JUSt in 1933, but Roosevelt got by with it No responsibility of Americans today is more pressing than that which Like A JigSaW Puzzle Iti~~da ;;'!~ul~0t~e ::~~~~ ~h,~h s~v~l~nn ~heen~a~~~kt~:\~:~,1~~;ve preachers out of the political forum and force _Surely any thinking p~rson cannot ~~~~~~~~~j~ ~~~~c~in~~~~!~ ~~~oC~n~~~ as a ~;~:r~~~~~haess~~~~t ;fa:~~n~o~~~;:~~~~!st~~c'!v~~;ht~~~~~~c~t:~~~ ~~'lso~ r~~~s.l~~i~:~n:~~~~ a~ft~'ti~en~ tutional government in this country. cumbs to subversJve doctunes and m1msters of the gospel capitulate to a 11nd al1ied. activilies which indicate Unless Congress has already sur- totalit~nan Ideal, one of the strongest bulwarks of the Amencan economy 11 that the effort to bring about general rendered the ir rights in the matter, we shatteted and there IS little hope left for survival. ~~:n~~~li~:t:~~pi~~~ c~~ru~onc~~l~~i~ ~~~~c;h~~o~se a~~~~;i;~ ~~~veFt~rt~~; any ~~~!f:~~v~~u~f~~iog~o~fp~~~ ~aU~t~:\~~~~tc~~c0: ~du~~~:iv~~ ~~8!o~~ ao~~c~~ng as our enemies can Sll:Ccess- ~=~~~~:.of influence or higher official! ~~~~a~~os~a~~~~~1~v~~;~g::.aluating its activities unless factual proof is offer· ~~1:Y0~r;s:~~~~r~he~~;ara~~onm ~~~~~ _The written views of ~ts leaders who set up this organization, however, against group and class against class, Holly~·ood's idea of immortalizing genius are. Important and conclusive for they present testimony as to its objectivea there is not much danger 1 in our opin- is to f1lm the life stories of vulgar old I ·:htch cannot be successfully challenged. ion. frol!l actual military attack. . harr.idans wh~." o~ly contribution to con· Els. ewhere in this edition we present excerpts from the published litera• ~n~y "\~IS e~:~~~~ \~e~h~~~e c~~s~IV:~ ~~n~r~:~ :~~~~~~~~:=1i~: ~7u:!se ,;~nr~~:~:~ ~~~~~ ar~~ ~~~~osgfft~7~:~~eb~r~uep ~~u:~ I~n~!/~a:n~st~~~i~~ ~:~l)~r~mla~~ '\\hy should they resort to bloodshed? hab1tueh or ~"ank night clubs. sold their religious birthright [or a mess of Socialist pottage. ~ Pobruory, 1953 rH! SOUTHERN CON$ERVATIW WE DESPERAHLY NEED FEWER COLLEGE I Communists Hale The American Constitution PROFESSORS IN GOVERNMENT POSITIONS But Have· Great Regard For Fifth Amendment Just as we were thanking our stars I Although they flout every other that President Eisenhower had named Many Am~~ican Personalities Italy ~ o Also Ban t'~~~~o~ta~~/~~d c~:~st~~u~~~~dofn t~~ lew, If any, umverSity professors to Spread Brotosh Propaganda. Undesrrables /eternal effort to destroy the things for important positions, he up and select- According to a report issued by the D_e- According to foreign !lews dispatches ~hich that docume1~t stands, Commu~t~ ld ~r. James _B .. Conant of_ Harvard ~artment of Justice sometime ago, the Bnt- Italy is planning to call a halt on admit- ~::n~sf 5~~~ t~~;:~;na :enedp adnodm:~~~~ 18 Htgh CommiSSIOner to Gel many. 1sh government s_pent $1,545,338 for propa- ting undesirables to that country in future. ing lov'e for the Fifth amendment. Conant is typical of what we have ganda in t~e Umted St~tes last year. . It see_ms they are tired of having char- When they are caught in an act of oome to expect of our high educa· po~:; 7:d;~:: u:;d;~t~~~u:::~::.:·~;::. :~:~:stil~:ea~:cbk:.:·:o::::oe~:~n;:o~;:k,h~; ~:;~a~~~~~it~!~e~rb~f~;~~~' ~~;;st:r,~~; Uonal authon_ties who, "':'hen they diS- lically all forms o( communication in this notorious gangster was born in that coun- figuratively wrap their worthless' hides e~uss subversion and _disloyalty, can country and the employment of well known try. in the protecting folds of a United ~!:l~;r~v~~hd !h;l:~b;:~t t~~d ;i';.:ys person~tities to wc~te, speak and bcoadcasl In suppo•l of the;, pos;t;0 n, they ;n,;st ~~~~~ ~~:fr '::;'odn:~i•;~1~~nt~e:rg~i:%~i~;; For instance, he recently stated that :~:,:;:~·:,:~e~po~:: h:~;,::e .:;,~;:,;h;:. ::al~; ·:~:• n!:n~~:::::· ;,::::,:~ugh boon ;n violated. . . . . any faculty members of universities each. broadcast. and varying amounts ac- Most o£ these gangsters went to the Unit- lo;!l:;e;n~v~f~:;ia~~!S'~ew~~r: ~ee:~ who are engaged in subversive activl- cordmg to services rendered. ed Statu when they were small children, caught working against So~iel policies, tfes should be feiTeted out and prose- In additio~, three propaganda agencies it is claimed, and learned about cdme in or were even suspected of hat•boring 11uted by the government. ;~;~is:.ait~~~;::iti~~ ~~if~r::t~!'; sb:rvit!~ the country of their adop.tion. ~~~~~!fn~~o~~h~~t\h:~dw~hu~r. be lined But-and there is alwa\'S a "but" :;~t!~~a~:~;e~:r~:~~~:i~~~ and the British wew:~t~ti~:ey~~: ::1~0:01t~teyal~:~:h~a::: Our policy in this countr:,: for t_he :~~:c~~~~e~: ~:o!~~t0:,~;~:;:::u~: As;de lcom se:ecal Amedcan newspapec about keep;ng human trash leo~ ovec-cun ~~~~e~~~::~111J~~;~o:~{ A~~:~:~·~nsw~~~~ lion of Comm~~ist influei;ce_ in .~igh· =~0~~: ,:~~~::d~~;t~ohm~~:~~~:~~. w::,,:;~ "'~n;h:~:t::~~t:ypl:h:;:::i::e7°:::'::~'t ~e:;t 1~b •;,~h~.f~7~gt~:.'~o~at~o;~;~; ;:~~;.a~~~ ';';~~~:~~~~~df:~:~:: ,;ree ~~:;~~tt~;~::,~eo~en ~~;o;~o:~~~e ~~::e~;! ha~e 1 hood~ _ol subvecs;veo tuddenly :~r!c~~~~e a~~ti~~!~e;~~:~~ ~~ ~~~~·~~ to time: sprmg :P ~tthl~ their midst. when ~-hey them with a pulpit from which to ex~ Practically all the infiltration or our James B. Reston of the New York Times, pass an unm,gnt!On _Iaw a_nd claim that hu- pound their anti-American doctrines. schools which has been achieved by Ernest K. Lin_dley of Newsweek, Stewart man right.&" are bemg violated. There is evidence that, at long last, ~0r::;:~":~~ .::~iu~c ~f0"~~:.1 ~:e~c~?, ~~:~~t;a:ot~::,:~~ ~~;~i.~,:i.:;;::d 0~,~~ ;n ~~:t u::~:!"~.~::::~ :::o~~s"r:o::·:~ ~~o~~~~~~~n~e~e~:~.~~~g~u~~~~~~~!~ and ";cademic freedom" and this ex- ;;~~~~u~:;;eo~fD~~o:· 8~,';;!~: ~:~.~~. F~~; having wa;Ied loo Jon« to ban nndesinbleo. they have already ~enetrated a:l ause fo~ tolerating it has just about garet Truman, d~ughter of the ex-presi- The undesirables who ar: already ~e~e ;~~~~: ~! ~:~r~~anc~~~~~~ietod~~~~:e; worn thm. d':nt, Wendy Barr~e of New York, Dorothy want bhi rest ol the undesirables to JOin ment is somethi~g whi~h only the ·fu~ There is no fool on earth like an ~~~a~~;.A colummsl, and Eleanor Roose- them. ture ~an reveal. educated foor and while we have Personally. we are in agreement scores of straight-thinking and eco- Whether Teachers Are ;;~~ ~~~f>;h~r~~e~~\~~nq~f~k ~~~ ~t nomically sound educators throughout Senate Committee Takes Promise fective disposition they make of those the country, far too many of them are To Cut Expenses Seriously. Underpaid All Depends who betray their country. pinks and are just itching to get into Heartening news comes from Washington Members of the Texas lcglslalure are coo·[-----~~-----.. a policy-making job of the Federal in the press report that the LaboP Com- sidering legis,la tion to n ise teachers' sa l- • government and put their screwy and mittee of the Senate started of~ the econ- aries and other States are taking ~mllar They Work Whtle - fantastic ideas into effect. ~:;,m_~t::e w~{h ~:'!~~y.:;o ·~~~;:ye: ~;~ st~:~ leach;ng pco!ess;on Is a noble colt· YOU Sleep ga;hhe~·~;r!~~:::c~i~~ ~::\~~~~~;et~ ~a~-:~~~g of $ 250 ' 000 per year to the tax- ing and this group is entitled to all the Two Missouri Fail' Dealers, Waite!' Lar d . h f N J traffic will bear in the way of compensa- and John w. Green of St. Louis have intr~ ::~~s t:l~ ::~~~r~;:!~r;~~:i~~i~a~:~~t~~ se:.e~~~~~n~~ ~~t~~: ~~b~1;1~o;mitt::. a:-· tion when they are qualified for the job. duced a bill In the legislature of the state toe they sho_uld be_ scr~ened wit_h mo:e . ~::~~~~c:~~~l:~m:u~'~:n~~:~et~:;~~:t ~! qu~:7oenve~i ~~:n m'::~ ~:=~t~=~c~~~~ !~: to open &tate-supported institutions of high~ Gare than IS ordmanly exerCISed ln would be done by the full committee staff receiving is what they are teaching and this er learning to all negroes. web cases. wi:,~~: '1:::0~:~ e:,:::•:Y o! the move· :.:\t~;·,:::u~: ~~:;~0:.~~: !;t;,:~ong wilh an The measuce would deny. state funds to so~t~a~~ssto "~~e~~:~ ~~i:gdem;~;~:~~: :,::;~it~:. a::~~t~n·~,;;·~::n w:;;,!~~;n~e~ ,;.~h;;:,:~~oo:~o~:, ·;~:~;~' .~~:~~o;·r::;~: ::~.:,c~:·~d~s=~:\,:;~::;o:~d d:o~ .. :~:·~~; ttg!~~~n~~l~:ri~meo~~ t~~ ~u~~~~r itth~! was that _it was headed by Hubert.J_Iumph- vi~w _or what is being taught in such in- the mixing of the races, and thf?- elinunat10n fortunate that, ~o r!r, the new pr~si- ~:;;,o:~:.'~n~::o~~;~~as~':i'~;;:':,i:;~,'o!:1 ~~~~t~~.:~ i~~~~h:;·~e~:to~: •. ;,~~~~.e~~ ovec- ol segiegation. :~~to~~~v~t~~~~~tu~~:~~ ::c~~~i~~l~~Ith :i~~ri~s:ro~e~~.nging to labor unions or Another form of "government by threat". ---•- -•- -w-· - co~:::;~!e h~~ ~~~~;~·~:h;:;d ·~"::em:~~ We Are Up Against AL ong A G t A · than agitate for repeal of the Taft-Hartley reQ merJCQn Amenccmsm ms ~·~;o~n~::;:thei the poopaganda eflocts ol Fight With a Short Slick And Devoted Patriot Over 'UNESCQism' A woman speaker in behalf of Jtwasourrecentprivileget.omeetMajor The Los Angeles Crty School Dts U. S. Chamber Of ~~~te~d~:!~~~~· ~~~e~?;o~hlau~~w~~ ~~-~:~ ~.:i~i~~=: ~~t~~~~~:~~c1~8·o~f~~~;r:~ ~~c~::~~~~~~ tt~i~~~":roo;,;~:c·~~ Commerce Goes Haywire ~~~~ ~~~~~eJem:ifcio.~oocl~:~~ ~~ patciot extcaocdimr. the public schools of that city after a The heads of the United States Chamber radio space over the years for dis· J'rom our Qontaot with him, we found heated discussion in which proponents of Commerce must be crazy, or something. seminating her propaganda in behaU no avidincc of bltteL·ness, prejudice or an· of World Socialism, a~ advocat~d by According to an Associated Press dis- of world government. tagonism toward any elass, rae. or group. t/NESCO, pleaded.for tts retenh~n. r::~~· ~~a: o:.::~~~:~~n ::;,~;;~~un;:dt~: be~~~~ew~sf a~~~mf~~!~~ ~r~~~~~~~x Our lmpmo;on was of 1 man whooe 1;,.~ Credit for the VIctory of Amencan- social security program to cover all working with the National Broadcasting Com- Iaat and only loyalty lr to his own country Ism over "Unescoism" goes largely to and all retired pel'sons." pany, which gives an idea of how on e- and it.e institution& and unwavering deter~ the parents of Los Angeles, and. to The Chamber released a statement which sided the. fi~ht _of Americanism ":8- minatlon that the truth about organized bo~~b~rso~~s th~a~~~d g~~e~ducc:1!~~~i said ~t proposed that the social security ~;~~~1~0~~al~s~n1\~~~ ~~aih~1 ~!~~! efforts of. its. en~mier to de9troy it _•• study and consideration to the matter benef1ts be extended _to 5.000,000 aged per- which control our communication sys- developed 1n h1s f1rst-hand experience w1lh for the past. year. sons not now on pensiOn rolls. tems, including radio. subversive element&, should be given to We read the article s_everal ti~es .and How much time would radio offici· his fellow oountrymen, regardless o( any --- - ------!checked to make sure we were ~emg nght als contribute free to patriotic Ameri· consequences to himself. l.onrohoremen soom delom~;ned to odd ~~~~~:::: ~~ ~:~::!~~t:n~:~n~~. ~:\:; ~~:s ~~~.;'i~~t\~nt:l~th;ff~e~~h ir;:.~ Ev~n o brlel oontaot with this arut to their reputation for beio.g ona of our service organization. sible, ~he misrepresentations of paid Amencan ma~es any one a be-ttet· patnot anoat undesirable clauet of society. Shades o( Karl Mau:. propagandists like Mrl. Lewis? fot· the expertence. Page 4 rHE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI! February, 1953 The Soutlwrn Conservath e Lecturer For American Friends Society Gives U. S. Patriots Told How To Aid Notion A monthly publtcatwn ot First-Hand Demonstration of "Race Relations" ed1toTtal opzmon unth (Los Angeles Examiner) By Dr. Ruth Alex1nder natwnal Clrculatton. Americans have heard their share of. He was unable to deliver his two Some people seem to think we have woa ----------!lectures from the platform, speeches other addresses scheduled for next the game just because we have th~ ba~ Editor:~,• ,;:,,~,:rd;,:;,~:~·~ulldlng ~~~;itth:nfo;huem ~~~~rs;r:o~.~:~~rr:.:~: day, however, t~or1 ~he good and 1 :~~ ~;! ~~:.~~:~.:a;e~:;•if'",.!h:o:~~e~:~:et~: Fort Worth, Tens Phon• fA.2089 lions" but a.speaker for the American :~c~e::r~~::~~ted ~ust~d7:~ ~~[:~keys required yardage, Price $S.tiO Per ve., Friends SocJCty, sponso: of American refused to unlock the door and re- This is no time to relax. Presldent!isen- ~~~~~r;~ t:ai~ :~,~e~~bf:117J•ue~~~ui:l n'f. !':~{~:! •ub F~ends Servic~ ~o~mtttee, h~s pro; lease the prisoner in order that the ~:~~; ::~~: :~:t:e!~· ;::a!r~:~:e:r~he 0:~~ • .::..::.:::_:.:..._____::..._:_:.:...__ ___ VI ,ed" a p:acli~a emonstratlOn ° processes of rulture a~d educ~tion formula for patriotism I h~ve yet to read. ~;::b:::"·.",t ;;;:;·L.~;s7.~:';..~' ~:::;:,:: such relattons. might proceed without mterruphon. The J.anuary issue of the Southern Co11o. en4 ""•' p11bllc efflcioll. ba~:y:r:~ R:::;;~ ~h:~:r~ej~:ts f:::~ According to .Los Angeles newspa- ~:::~~a~~ :~dbr~~~a!"!~i;::~~: "~:~e~ Ahe lplen spcurow con drift.with the wind I "educating" the natives in sue~ ma.t- ~:r:d;!~:~e~~~:n~~i!e~~~tyh~~~i::.e~: !~oan ~·n ~~~d~;:.~.;~~; ~~: ~a;oes:o;":; : Jut,, tekes on eotle to u,. •go•n•t th• •to'"'· ~~sih':a~:;:i::np~~~:~~=· s~:lt!~;n~~ was arrested on~ morals charge when country?" The Tenth Amendment To The Constitution of The United States: deliver a two-day course of lectures, officers ~ound htm parked_ on a da:k We can :remain constantly al~rt to .ttl• January 20 and 21. ~~e~!r~Ith two young white men m ~~::P:n!,h~;:~:~::1:ge:e::el~~~~:n~~~c~: Rustin was received with open arms disguises often difficult to penetrate. We file powers not delegated to the in the California city where he was Arresting offic~rs found .$~27 of can beli~ve the worst of suspected Soviet ~/:J'h~g~t:~al:; f,Y t~h~h;-o_s;~~~~~u~~~ "rO: scheduled to address the American his lecture fee sh11 on Rustm s per· sympa.thmm; an~ le~ the burden of proof ~ervcd to the States respectweL~. or to Association of University Women, the son and while it was not explain~d of their loyalty he with them. lhe P~op~t Women's International League for how he had spe~t the other $73 m we can demand of our ~nators that Peace and the First Methodist Church the short time smce he had left the !hey ~ppose and refus~ to. rahfy any ire~t.- Whaf A "~olorful" (olle~e of Pas~clena. ~eac~ur:vehs~~~d itt ~~assoa~~~~o:~ t~~\~~ ~~r ~·~~~u~::~~n ;~~a;~~~t~~~g~~~\nn~~~~~ft CampUS ThiS Would PrOVIde . Rusltn was able to carry out the lura! entertainment. or letter. f1rst part of h1s program- and spoke • We can refuse to join or support any oJ'- As if hundreds of colleges already to the highly intelligent, educated and Evidently this eminent authority on ganizations without thorough investigation. pluggin~ for Wor.Jd. Government and I refined ladies composing the Ameri- "race relations" who~e standing ent~- and. only if convinced beyond doubt. that InternatiOnal Soctahsm "'ere not can Association of University Women, ties him to sponsorship of the Amen- the~r .personnel do not .ad~ocate nnh~nal ;i~~~~g~ ~e ~un~:i:~t~~~io;:m:sor~~~ ~~ ~~i:~s h~r~~a~i~~~!~.:a::d~~:~ ~~ ~~:'a~:~·~~~ ~~~::%sisi:~oil~~~~c;i~~ ~~:~·~:m::un~=~·d Socl8hsm, •omehme1 its January edition for a world uni- ceived a fee of five hundred dollars. his words with direct action. We can refuse to be duped by prole• versity. sional dupes, who l~e their way out of a tight spot by claimmg they were ''unwi• The article pointing up the need ting" tools of old school friends. for such an institution is by Dr. Je· WE HAVE ENTIRELY TOO Are There Any we can lind out what text books aro rome Davis of Yale University. MUCH "ORDERING" FOR M H ;:» used In our S<hools and protest publicly Dr. Davis proposes that this insli· Ofe Of Orne. through the press if Socialistic mate~ial. tuli~n of ~~~ltra-high .learn.ing be ~S· A fREE COUNTRY It. has occured to ':JS th~t the n~w ~~::a~d~~:~~~~~dZ~. other anti-Ameru:an tabhshcd m a counhy whtch has hts- Tt is announced that the National pres1dent was crowdmg h1s luck m 1orically di.c;tingui.«IH'cl itsC'If for tolf'r- Labor He Jillions Board has "ordered" naming two members of the Dulles We can demand from our. Congressmen MH·t• <IIHI fn•cdom of thought". five Boston newspapers to furnish sal- family to high government positions. l~at they u~ho1d . the doc~rme of Statu It would offer, he claims, "one oasis ~y t~n:o~~~!~~~a~b~!:~;!~."rm~~h~~ str~~~\:~~0~~:;: ~~~.• r:g~~~~~!s h~~ R•~;~s ::n w::;,~,~h:: ~e:n:::~:=·~::.~::e: from .I he and blasts of hystencal na- when that union requests it. whether they were right or wrong, felt the pastor of our church if he rates the tionalJsm" and also "the students This "order" followed the refusal that one was too many. Word of G<ld 11S "old-fashioned" and pr(!ach• would be guaranteed freedom of en· of the newspapers in question to sup- es, instead, anything smacking of MarxisJJ). try and freedom of movement by the ply payroll data to that outfit in 1951 • We can refuse to attend any mo\'ie or host country, regardless of 'ideolo- during negotiations between the news- Abolishment ttf RFC Is Good theatre, or watch any TV show in which gical altitudes'." pape.rs and the Guild a!ld wh!~h, a?- Place to Begin Economy Move. any performer or author appears who ha' Davis suggests that Norway. Sweden f~~~:n;r;~ti~e~~B conslltutes unfm American.s wh? voted confidently lor the ~:nm~:::: :: ;; ~~:th~~::~,;~n~::~~l:n:! ?r Sw~tzerland '.''Ould be 1~eal .places In a ftee country, what business is new adm1mstrat10n and the new membe~s belonging to or as having belonged to a In whtch to build the umverstty he it of a Union, Guild or any other of Congress on the g.r~unds of economy m Government·declar~d Communist front, Of feels. the world so. urgently ne,eds. ~r~~~; ~~~t ~o~:~~~~;·~th~1~ts ~~~g ~:;e~::ge;:~, •,~· g~·~~:~: .• ~~·:~~:n:~e i~~ :~.:.~;,' :~•o;~:~ed1::~~:;Y~e!;"~~~o c~: Hemg fam tliar w1th Dr. Davts back- will it be unt il we retur n to an era co~structlon Fmance Cot poratJon out of "refused to amwer" key questions on Fiftb gr~ u nd and activities, it is difficult for of sanity in which newspapers, or any ex istence. Amendment grounds. us to fo llow his line of reasoning when other business concerns in such cases, We have searched 1md searched and to l- ---- - - --- he im~lics that those are the only tell these bums where to go? ~~v~e0~0~~~~tu~:n c~n~1c~i:~~t~~:lz:~o~~~~= ~~'~;~~r~:~ca~~·:~tit~~!::~.t~n ~~~ir ·::iv:;~ ~~a:e ~;r ~~~.~e.:r~~;,:::·;~d~~a:~:v~;~~ Swelling Government A sit~~· •h . ' •t it I k like al· Where Was Acheson When The ~:~: :::rn:~d~:.~~"!. ·~:::~;~\~u::e~i·t~ Sign Of Moral Sickness most0~~;1 ol~\1. ~t:~~u~'; is gi: 0 en' a lot of File~ Were Being "Looted"! pr~::;o~;;~·;::· agency 1, the iiHgitimate President Dwight D. Eisenhower latitude tn hts own country smce Da- In v·ew of the sworn testimony of offspring of un·Constitutional practices of With more P?wer m h~s hand~ thaj vis~ himself, has been p~1b1icly pro- State Department employes before a the. Roosevelt adminislrat~on and the sin· f~~ ~~~erC~~:fn~~~~~V~e r~t~t:~d~h~t claimed for year~ as an achve J~e~ber Senate Inves~igat!ng Committee to ~he ~enty of \~ose_ who promised to clean up power to the States and to the Ameri,. of twenty-two dtfferent orgamzahons effect that f1les m that agency which the mess ~~u be demo?strated fore~- can people where it morally and le• w~ich have been officia11y char~ed as ~~~c~~~it~~n!~~\'~~~a~~m~~:r:~~s d~~ ~~~~a::::ertsh~e::~~::·w:~~:d t~:o ~:ae;~: gaily. b~longs. . bemg se~ up for the promotion of stroyed, a very serious question is is eliminated. . This IS the ~chef of Clarence Man• Commumsm and for the overthrow of posed. It is our understanding that the banks 10n, dean ementus of Notr~ Dame Ja\V the American gov.ernment, and yet he Dean Acheson was head of the have plenty of money to lend to those .who ~~~~~ ~~~n st~~~~a~~r~ ~:ethfs s~~~ Is allowed t.o .c~nhnue to teach at Yale J:?epartment when this "looting" ~f the ~avf~n!~~:d collateral and worthy proJects e~atio_n beca!se of the soundnes~ of and Yale Divtmty School, at that. hies occurred and he cannot, wtthout ·. . . his VIews, as expressed in a recent an~V~~~v d~~~:c~·n:~~~\!f!t~;!r~o~:~: ~~~it~~ngk~;::•~;b~~t~~~~~~~dd~~~ So what" Congress w01hng for? ad::~::~i~~~c:~~t unless the cotlcen. think he could use? act. tration of Federal executive power is So what does this make Acheson? According to a member of the. speedily dissolved, the present ad· Is he a patriot a traitor or just a United States Senate, the U ni ted ministration will go the way of the plain stupid dop~? States has contributed $560,000,000 of one which preceded it. IU:~~rtn~~ric~~!si~~~~ld Er.:~h~!a;.t.~ b ro .wha~ was ~U~an;sthrespon:i· c;.:~r~~at~!a~~f{.~~a~i~~~ysit~C~h:9~~: pl~:~~.!~v~~';un;,~n~:;~~~S a~~tl:d~:: plea that adequa~e care be given to I tty, smce e was ea 0 e wor s. W~at we have .receiv~d i.n return f~r "A constantly swelling government Ex·Gl's in legislation by the Congress. Both of them ·should be compelled thtS vast sum. Js not md1cated but 1t is a sure sign of moral sickness of tho Nothing is too good for our country's to go on the witness stand and come does not reqUire a g~nms to see that people under it. When the govern. fighting 'Jien aod Ule.ir families. clean for once. what we have gotten >s a acose egg, ment swells, the people thrink." r ebrUI OB TO Eigl t he• eco ofcrtici its adv Council name~ Council lactic&} Accor1 careful)) eonlo officialll munist of the objectivt td. Chief structim ::a::;eJ :~g:e:; l lnsub1 The 1 parent ~ ::~ :~h~j In the of the l ell of q August.) claim t and the tween 1 On PI these Commu form m1 world. 1 God in justice itsatren thatfo men an 1tandfo were ~rl ChrishaJ Paae 1 l'ebruory, 1953 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI Page J OBJECTIVE OF THE NAT IONAL COUNC IL OF CHURCHES IS TO BREAK DOWN THE AM ERIC AN FREE ENTERPRI SE SYSTEM Eight million dollars per year is being • • pended in a subtle I tions. devoted to th~ promotion of Com- On pag~ 80 of lli!l book "Chri·,tianity theological propaganda campaign designed to weaken our :~:s:v::g ::n ~:~\:~edst:~e:,m~:~:o;~ ~:~5~0;~~~oyn·~~::~\\::::=i~~T:: 58::~~en~::m:~ economic structure and replace it with Marxian Socialism. mitteeli of Congress to be organized for crats who think of democracy as l'ompli4 ln an attempt to beat out the he-..y lire the purpose of overthrowing the Ameri- cated parliamt>nlary procedure. They imag-of crticism directed against it because of people of Capitalist Countries 1ubject to can government. ine that any ll1rm or dictatorship is op. tts advocacy of Socialism, the Federal !l kind or fate which has taken the form Bishop Oxnam who is looKed upon as the posed to democraty. Not necessari ly. Rus­Council of Churches of Chrltt c-hanged its of such .social ca\astrophes as unemploy- Father of the Council was, u stated above, sia has today stern dictators. The reason name several yean ago to the National ment.'' 8 veteran of eleven Communist fronts but why the present dictators hold their power Council of Churches and decided on new Refusing to face the fundamental fact in the event any apologist for the C'ouncil is the general com·iction that they are seek- *actic& in &electing it& leading officials. that Socialism and Communism are one and may be inclined to brush that aside as ing to serve I he mass of the people." Accordin gly, under 111 new Je:t.up H. the same ideology, the World Council goes misplaced zeal on the part of the Bishop On page 89 of 1hat same book McConnell carefully refrained from choosing any per- on record for Socialism in these words, in his desire to promot~ "social justice," asserts: ''We now have some soeial priv­ton kl serve u president who had been also on page 80 of the official uport o! we now refer to one of the scores of booKs ileges which an may enjoy; walking the officially cited as a member of a Coni- the proceedings: written by Oxnam in defense of Socialism. streets wilhout pay, visiting public librar- .:..."•:::,..:.._:_6 _____________ T_H_I_IO_UT_H_UN CONJIItVATIVI Excessive Executive Power Largely Responsible for Our Present Ills Repudiation of Secret Agreements Gives Americans a Ray of Hope Pr~:~~~~tifs~~:!~~:.n~:i:;:ls~~~\ \~ Military Men Who sta1;:m~~~ip~~~cr:~an~~~r~~~i~ln t~! M:~~ ~~~~~~:Ts:O~z-~A~~~R~o~ ;:esssexvt~:e~elfo ~~~~~::;~at::, t~fJ~ C~~~ Win Wars Without ;:;~t:ia~~~:eot s~~;~ttya~:!~~::tss ~; ;;. ::T~~:n E~~~~~· P:~~Er!V~l 1~"~~·o~·fa':,~~gtog~~: .. ~~::.~tE;;~~~\:~ Fighting Battles ~!~i~~~~~~~: ~~·t:~P~~~~·~· ~r""~~~: =:~~s~N~E~~~E;::~~~E=~ without maximum checks: by the Con- We realize without being reminded ..._at gress, as announced by P;res1dent E1s- OF nrE UNITED STATES-AND THA' Jress. times have changed a lot ~ince tht good enhowev. DAY WILL COME JUST AS SURELY A When the Americ•n people voted ~~: :~;;o!~~ ~:~~;:gnsh:~d·~~~i:~:i:~:~:!~ noi"~~~o ~~ c~?~~·~~::,U~i~~~o;ga~~';( :~ ~;T :i ~E cs, ;;;~I~~~~~~:r. ' for a change last November, an im- the mformat1?0 1'.'0m the Pentagon butlding helpless humanity by Roosevelt, Tru- MENT BUT A SOVIET GOVERW.IEN'l pelling motive behind their ballots recently carrted m the press. man and Hiss at Tfheran, Yalta and AND BEHIND THJS GOVERNMENT WIL was disapproval of excessive author- We learn from this that the top brat~ Potsdam where China was betrayed STAND THE RED ARMY TO ENFORC Jty wielded by the White House which have set up 930 committees in this austere and the people of Poland, Czecboslo- THE DICTATORSHIP OF THE PROLI was so flagrantly abused by Roosevelt edifice of defense covering practically every vakia and other friendly countries sold TARIAT"-Sworn statement of William ::i and Truman as to cons:titute repudi- activity in the whole category ol human into human slavery, it does hold out Foster, head of the Communist Party in th ation of Constitutional government relations, Including on• called the "Com- a rainbow of hope to those who be- UniMd states as revealed in a pamphlE and substitution of one-man rule. mJttee on Vibration and Flutter". lieve in orderly prOftSSis of govern- prepared and released sometime ago by · ment Committee o( tha Cona:ress of the .Unite ne:~::s:;:~~ !~~~tl:s!e:~ist~~ttht~r~ yo~:;~ :U~~·;nf~-:t -:~;i~;n .,:~. w;: A ~ew more equally ~ou.rag~ous P!O- States. fty to the detriment of the national in- weapon• wtth whtch men m our ftghhng nou_nc~n~ents along th1s l~ne _m whtch 1---------- ~r=~~i~~ed~~~!:!~t ~~~d~~~i~~~~i i~ ~:;e:lo~~~en:aet~e~:ira::~;:~:.· .~:!g w:i: ~:~~i~8~~li~i~~ a~:-~~~~~~~~~~n~~ ~~: National Council aovernment there Is a pl'inciple in- buek pr1vate., took off fo£ the battle front . fmitt terms, and we .wo~ld be headed (Continued From Page 5) ;~~=~ f;:~~h=l~~~~ot!~~.t~~n:~~r .~~ ia ~~~~:.!•~!·~:.·~e~a;::. ~:~1~;gd~;~~[. :::~.~ i~0't't.•:tnft~~s~:~:~~~al govern- o•· more to the point than thi£ spokesma ecutive branch a dJnget·ouc practice. ives, holding oonfet•enees and i•suint orders (or the NaUonal Council ol Churehel. to each other. Defenders or the Council who attemptt 0/~t:s:!~~ ~~e~~~o~:;~e~~ ~e:o~:~s we know one •_ateem~d tenUe~an in Sound of Wedding Bells deny N Socialistic objectives must, in th a fundagmental fact in human gnatur~ Texas .who has attamed h1gh rank m mill- Deadetted By Red Tape intere&t o! sincerity and _co~sistency, firs b~~ ~~~;e~ ~~~~ :~~;~~~. ~~e~~st~~l ;~: o0~:cl:~u:~dac~i~: ~~~h~0u~g:~e!wl:~:t:: Red . blpe, k. seems, k no respecter of ~::~~~~r~:ua:c:nets~~~::::~'::::a::r~ .. ~;;:21~ ~~:-r:;;~~~~?sh=~d~nll; ar't~': :~i~ s;:~~::~~:;l:~~cephon ol an occaStonot ::~~,:~·~:,:~.:,.~~~ ~xl~:.nd whetevet or-:~: •::~l:sub~c~i::n::l.::r~• ~.~:~:·, point of a sword. We have alway~~: f-eared that S<lmeday, in In J't•anu recently, a res~lable war Soeialistic propaganda being constantly pre The ConstltuNon ol the United ~av~o:e.~iv:f cdha:ii,~g~~h=~a:~~y,fr:; :~~!~ widow, ~deme. Lou~e Pol:n~ :•ntet~ t~ pared and fed to tht American public, b. :!:~~sn~~~~nJ~~l'y a~~~~~:y t~~ds~~=:~ him. ~:~ %•:~.r :~r~~n ~:tif;::~ e au ort- th~::n:~l~:e spa::es:::ands ol sincere ~fci~~· b~~~~~~;\j·~~~~~~~~,e~~d .~ud . th:~~~~:~::::m:o~:! :~.~~~::~or~~:;d~ f<ons~ra~~o m!:~~·::~o~::; ~:;~:~::/~. ~~~~~\~~ii~~t 00~;~~~~~.b~s~n t~a~: ad~oc:::~r :~:i:•g Gt~u:·.~.::,~n~~·:.:--: their tniOt'matlon, she wao dead. . ;~~n G~dless ph;tosophy of Socialism, th'"- lngton are qualified to re-a llot these license before ha\'ing a baby and 11 Fort l"UI·th et·, he told her that the r~cor.ds mte nstva aempatgn of propaganda con d u tif's :md obligati1>liS so clearly out- Worth Ohu rch rftce ntly featu red 8 leC'I ure also proved bhat her husband was sttll ll v· stantiy oarried on by the Council's leaden ~~ne~ by t~J~ wise and abl~ fo undei'S of by the national director of Planned Parent· ing. more than offsets the apathy of individua • e epu IC hood J'edel'8tion of America who urged T-o olinclt ~he matter, the clerk informed church members and points up the organiz Those members of the Senate and birth control as the solution of all economic her that if the still contended she wasn't aHon as a menace that must be recognized House who voted ag:ainst this danger- ills. Maybe we just dreamed it but It seems dead, sM would have to get a aourt order acknowledged and dealt with if our torn ous transfer of power from the Con- to us we talntly Pemember a time when to pt·ove tt and then added: or government is to survive. r~·e~~eto ~~~it'::~t~fH~~::e a~mee~~~!~~ the ehurche• and. mini~t~rs or the ~o~pel "And Ri. fur your late h~sband, he. t~, There is no way of knowing if th~s ~ar -· who ar! desperately anxious for the were ooncerned wtth !pmtual and rehg10us must obtam an order provmg that htt ts, Clung movement or theological SoCJaltsn restoration of Constitutional govern- matters and left obtt-etrical problems to the indeed, detteu-ed." can be halted or not. It bar made sucl ment. medical pto!e.ssion. Th·e wedding has bQen postponed for a headway in every State and every largt ----------------·----I year to allow time for unravelling th41: red city in the United States that it will requir• tape. superhuman and intelligent effort on tht Follies, Falacies and Falsehoods Of the Tennessee Valley Authority 1----------ipart of real Christians to combat it. In the case of those churches whose pas Bill To Encourage Crime tor has been contaminated by this evi Folly: In 1944. David 1:. Lilienthal, pers $600,000 lor the prlvllego of Introduced In Texas world lnlluence, we would suggest tha then chairman of TVA, claimed that carrying their fnight? . . members go to him, ellher individually o· *savings in flood control in a single Falsehood. all dolled up: In 19~1 bui'~:• o~·~:,::.:;o;~mc~rt:~n7:·~: ~:~b:~~ ~:, g;:i~:~~;"~:'r:.~~1;0 P~~: ~~h ·~i: ;, year ~xceed a million d~ll~rs." At TVA entered $2,6~8.299 on its books ::su:,:~;~ 1c:I~::t,"~:41:e :u:!:1::~~~~~~~~~~~~; re-dedicate ~imsel! to the Christian prin that tune TVA wa§ adtmthng flood as its costs incurred in operating the world." clples he renounced when he embraced a1 aontrol costs of more than $2,000,000 river navigation system. Actually, the Yet in spite of this, 1 member of M!e Atheistic doctrine and entreat him t.< per year. Spending two dollars to system is operated by Army Engineers Texas: Iegi!ilatut·e has introduced a bill, not again take up the Cross of Christ. save one dollar is folly. and the Coast Guard, and their ex- to stt:engthen law enforcen~ent but to, of If reason fails to touch bim and he re penditures never get into TVA's ac- all thmgi, do away with eapttal punshment. mains adamant in the course he has elect Fallacy: Operating on the same counts; they are paid by the taxpayers W~t need a law li-ke that about U~e we ed to follow, wealthy members of hi! river with no added effective facili- of the United States. need an epidemic: of 0bolen or • sert&fl of church should develop a .severe case o ties, 'TVA claimed tn its 1948 re~ort Falsehood unadorned· TVA report- ea;:qua•::~~iJtration of justlct W irtatly :~~~; :~;m!o;:t~c:e:.::e::n~ist~::/:on~ ~ ~~;g;:~~,!~:. fl~~~e~:t:::.~evl;:.~ ed to Congr~ss that in 1943 it had ro- ~~:~~~~:! ~::~~ ~ho!• .::::;:"',;n~~:~~: ~:.!·:~:~:~~:~i:~0;11:1,'i~ 0P:.~:J.r hand• 000,000_ per y~ar. Sue~ an increase is ~.~~e.:r:~~: ~hl:t~:1~·~~10 d!~ ~~~ s~~s to be with eriminals instead of their 'Phe retir~ng president or N!.e eounci ~~,~~~~~:~~:~~. the clam> is 100 per return so mu~h as a p:.my to the U.S. v•::•·ollicials 111 every city '"' familiar ~~~~ •:h:; ::.""o~1g::~,:~~~o~~ ~·;:: Treasury lh. 1943 or any preoedmg with the disgusting sight of lame-brained 000,000 per year activity and this money Fallacy plus Falsehood: TV A claim- yeap, females who clutter up the eorridor-c of of course, was made possible through th4 ad, in its 1950 report to Congress, that . . . jail~ offering. oo~.solatio·n· to nnuderert and genero~ity o! the beneficiaries of "Capi the TV A navigation system saved ship- Follies, Fal~actes, Falsehoods: These ra~tsts and stgnmg _pehttons to have t~e~ tati.!m. pers $6,000,000 in 1949 AU the ton- are standard 10 TVA propaganda. Just ~~~::doc~=· on soctet.y 00 repeat thelt Vl· In bbe_ final analysis, It ts unfair, unetbi bag~ c:rrie~on ~~ ri';rb that·t~ar ~o~~; b~f o~re~~r~~s. of examplee that It li unthinkable that su<:h :htgislation ~:~m~=d~~:;r~! fo:c::;on;:~dsof :::u:: IOU ave en 8 ppe Y rat or would be pused in a State where increased Nlrou&h title operation of Ameriea.n fre1 :~~~~~~O~~;~g~60~~w~~otha:~u~: ca~~morCJ:~~~~~G~~u~!i{l: th~~: ~~:~;::t ':;!:~.~~ ~~;:;.l~~Y 1::.d•;; :~'::":.:~!:i~~::~::;;: b~~:~n:~;: that the barge ownera .Paid. the ship- Han Laymen. to blot out its present unenviable reoord. ayMMR down. 10RC ROLl inth nphlt I by !Jnite aden tho evi tha ]y 0' prin ~d 81 " k ere ~teet ..hi! iron unci •nve1 $8, >ney thl Capi I ire< freo nter the U.N. Gets Report on Social Churchill Has Changed His Tune Since 1936 over 1,000,000 l!Titi.b&, J'rench, Americaa. and other lives". Progress in Tanga .n.. ..:_y_i_k_a________ Winston Churchill who bas llonored this ne~:;::h~~1Jdw::,,:'"::: j::;e~;:~ b:h:~: Americans who have contributed $530,· the nearest tree while proceedinJ with the :;u~~~! ~~~a,:::, d~~:~::e t~ir~o::~!: Am~ican 1°~•rruMnt into th~ inte~nal 000,000 to the 5upport of the United Nations blessed event to have the coopera~on o,f t~e Am~ican ~~=::~erofdi::.~o~:.m:'t~ :e sa~ri:~~b Pnmt should lake heart at the wonderful manner What the Trusteeship Council ia driving government In helpmg )us lmJ>(lvenshed in 0wbic~ ~~s ~boney i: be;ng spe::· 1 at io anybody's gues. but ~'hap• tbis E~~~e :~ti~::: i:: :•:: .. ~.~::~,:~~er~ut It at::~d=r~0:"1;, ',::;.~:: :i~h b~~s •:;i:~~: out n:Y thee U,;~s~nepsar~m::tm:f e;u:l~~ ::cae~·:to:~:~nt~:~:~::t u; t~:i;n::::~:::: !:e;u::~:i~~;6~ith his feeling toward us in in 1936. . lnformatio~. t~tled u_Tanga.nyika-its present and accomplishments: . On page 26 ot Scribner's Commentator dr~gege=~~ !!a~o:7:~~r ~~ a~~v~s ~~1:1~~:: and future 1' enhghlenmg. "The report was unanimous except for for February, 1941, William Griffin editor to have remarkf'd when Roosevelt informed This apparently is a report of the "Trus· one poinl on public health. There was no of the New York Enquirer, quotes Churchill him by trans-Atlantie telephone that Japan teeship Council" on conditions in the discord between the Mission and \he Ad~ as having said to him in an Interview in had attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941 and that African Trust Territory at Taganyika ministration, and the Mission was satisfied ~:r~~n~~ ~~gust of 1936 • in speaking of we were now in lh~E war: "Good". ~e~~·:.~~~~ .. is b~;,in~: ;~:t, ~;~~~ .~:m~:P:~ ;~t:se ~:~me~:s~1~n::!r~~~~\ro~::i~:t::; bu:::=se:i~:d ~:~a~:d ~:te 0~i~~o~·~d n_;rar~w~ There iA no Mtb thing as international ~:~e~:u!~~gress contmues, 1t w1ll gather ~~~it:~t~~ •• o{ v1ew of the md1genous tn· ~oo:l:a:;:~ ~na~;e:ea~bee "~~~· G~~:a~~li;~ ~:::li~:Or ~;:;;~at:::~;ets::s:si~~~t\;t~~ Jn addition to acting as a stepper-upper This is encouraging and inspiring to the spring of 1917. Had we made peace butes in the UnitFfl Nationfi are whistling in of tempos another function of the Council Americans and should make them grateful then, there would have been no collapse the dark. As e''idf.nct, we point to the war is to see that inter-racial rules are followed for being allowed to finance such worth- in Russia, followed by Communism; no in Korea wMr~ a;nety per cent of the in all activities, although the Council admits while and constructive activities. breakdown in Italy followed by Fascism; troops who are li,hting and dying are ~:~~d n~~o~~c~h:u~;t~~~s.for this · idea is all~~::::ts t:e t~:o~~it~~ ~:~o::u~e v~e~: ~:~saG~::a;;.e:t~~ldw~~th h~:: ~~~~~~0~:: ~~~:nsof h:~: ~;::;; ~:~:· ~~. ~:v :::t~: "Secondary education" for African bouse- of such outstanding service u lhis report Nazi-ism in Germany. If Americans had area as a ~estur~. ~lbeu are.sltbng ~n thetr wives is also one of the stated objectives implies. · stayed out of the war, all of these 'isms' hands wh~le _Rn~ul, the_ c~1ef arch1tect_ ot of the Council which is making a sociologi- wouldn't today b~ sweeping the Continent the o~gamzabon, J!i .r~nu:hing the suppl~ea. cal survey on the subject. . of Europe and breAking down Parliamentary matenals and _mumtion£ for our enem1ee. . Ordmarily the word "worktihop" would government; and if England had made Some coopeu110n for world peace! The_ experts and social workers m !he indicate a perfectly legitimate, respectable peace early in. 1917, It would have savedl---------- - fho~~n:lhe:e~at:~:r!et;ll{;,ic~af~::e ~:t i~P~ :sn~n wd~:~:;~:!e s~::~vi;~:uH:~::e: ~·:ut;l':r From a San Jcse, California, altoro-lt. was necessar~ to have _separate hos~1tal .. ;ducators with an idea and a plan"' met From a Chicago business woma.n: "Before ~ey: "I certa!nly bope that you COIP "ards for the d1ffere":t tnb~l groups, smce at Columbia Un.iversity and set up "work- I start a busy day, I must take hme to say tm':le to P';Ibli~b the Southern C~nsei' th~n::fut~:retow:so:J:t:u7~thinea;:e o~::~ ~~:re~:~~~~:~~~~o:ctti~~;Y~o~:t~ l~:s:~t~a!~~~ ~:~~h::ut~o~r::::te~j:~s~o:rr .!~~:o~o! ~~~~=d ~~ ~~eJ1~:~~ j;;; ~~n!u~~~a~~ CO\'ering this type of behavior, it is assumed any university or 0 the r institution an· I thtnk ~ou always have tongue an cheek. p,robably. more ~han du~mg the ter• that hasty conferences were held and that, nounces the setting up o! a ''workshop"' it An orcb1d to Ida whom I ~em ~o have nble ~eg1me WhJ(•h has ]~St gone out after long deliberation, it was decided to will bea1• watching and the chances are known always as you say thmgs JU&t the of off1~e . <?ur grea test national dan~el" refer the matter back to the U.N. for about ten to one that it wiU be subversive. v.:ay I would like to sa~ them. You are now lies In the ('Omplacency whtch decision, and further action. r1ghl at the top of Amencan heroines and follows a crusade such as we have fo;~appointment was •;pre~sed that many Repm·ts from Soutb Alcica indicate that :ik:: ~~;·,.~~~.good Lord b" a special ~~~ ;~:ci~ ~w~~~ o:~,t,~e old regime ~1ater:i~o:~~ic:~e;re~!r~~:g t~ l:~t:rat~~= a ~enator who we~t into the jungle to cam- I _:___:_ ______ _:__:_ __ ____ _ take its course in their hut or if they patg~ for re·elechon h~ been _eaten by th_e ~~~!~l~l u;:~re t~e there ti:~~~~~e!a:~ ~:.~:~:a:; u: :o~; :f lt;fe .~;::i~~u;i~:~im~~~~ ,. hon" m reverse. MY NIGHT By the Editor ! On my return from the far North several nights ~go. 1 W1l~ Hr~· happy lo find Einstein Asks Clemency It's Possible We Have :::::·:: ;~~=· Scollie dog, among those waiting to g.-eel m< •• tbe airport and we],. For American Spies Too Many Experts Too leashAs.!t:~:~;db~:,tb~in~·t;:!~n~l t.::p;~!!:g~.,~ .. o~;~k:·:tb~. g•lly tugging at hlf Scientists are now warning that we have delay m bemg perm1Hed to JUmp on me and express h1s JOY ai Among those wh.o fe_It that the too many old people in this country as if my return. courts had been UnJUSt m sentenc!ng having too many old people i5 any worse Since Follow is no lontcer with us Fetch seems te b.au: lhe.Rosenbergs to death for betraymg than having too many young people, or concentrated his affections on me which' makes me feel knDJ;y k~~~e~ou,~~:r ,:~~s giv~~1fe::~~geAl~::! too many middle-aged people. my responsibility for his happiness and welfare. ~~~;~r~:;s ~:o j~~~~~~hoi;~~~~r;~/! tb:·:~~:,• ~~:ul~.::op:ol~e~ ·~~~m~c~ arms~5r ~:u~~o\~ ~;~~ ... 7~:: ;o·1~~.;o7::.::·~~k:~;8!!~P~~i,:'~ Communist fronts whose objective was nomic aspects of the problem by gathenng between th~ privll~ges which dogs in our Democ~acy enJOJ and ~~~ ~~i~~c~i~nh~~ t~:e gov~rnment ~n~ ~~Y a!l~r~h:l~o:sse, ::;ry~~~ !:mol:o. ~~r ':w:: ~:rt~e%u~:~ti:; :~~~~ha ~~:~e b; he::~u:~n~Ythteh~saestl~e~:~a~~::~~~ ary. n gtven sane U ~~;\~~~ ~~\~:ei~:~~k d~:.d happily dump- As r reflected on the superior social and economic advantages of American This estimate of the eminent scien- . . canines over those in the extreme Northern area o! the world, I was possessed of ~~~ i~u~0Js tr:. p;f~~~~~~y or~~~~~e1 ;and on::.:;~~l~b~•:: ,:: ;~:· ~:n;•;~r~.!~:! ~bi~r~:~n::;'\:~e g~~~.w~~:~~e I o:e~o~~:! ~: ~~~~~a~: ;;:c;;m~~~~:~n b:~:~~~t w;·,:: ~s pu?lisheAd in 1 . t~~~ Se?ontdhRe 8 por 1 t Unf~ ~o;:ci:~s: ~~~~~tsfi;~~edd:u~v~;::~~9:;.~ :~=~ 5ayns~e;uskies who are victims of an unbalanced f('Onomy and a maladjusted mer~can C lVI tes In e ta e 0 that the productive age of a human being · ;;:~seh~n~o~~n~~~ti~~ ~~h ~~~~r c~~sJ~ on the average, ended at forty-five. -' I woul~f s~ewt~:t :~i!l ;at~:!.e~a~: :;aoc:d •:~ t~:i~eg~n~t;t;:r t:o~:!!~::t~~ ~ho~n~~~~ ings after extensive investigation in 0! course. they were N~w Deal experts organization and an effort made to secure justice and equaJity of opportunity !or 1948. and the pomt was to b~ild_ up a resen•e our !ourfooted friends in that bleak and frozen region of th~ earth but since l am On tph~ge 55 of th.at document ap- ~~~ag~:ticanp~l:;:iro7 s~ci~~s!~ur~c;~e:~'~~ ~:it/;~!:n~o~::\e~r:~:=m~hat group, I shall have to find fltbfl y,;ays of handline pears IS paragraph. paying men and women for running up a "Professor Albert Einstein is a re~ certain amount of mileage on their life. Perhaps I shall be ~ble 1o persu~de Congress to set up • fact-finding co~mittee fugee in the United States from the . . . to cond~ct .• thor~ugh mvestlgation mto the matter and malie ncom~e~dallons to ~~f~e~t o;c~~~t~:cz\~~:ka~~e,~~fc~ ~! st!;ip;;}e;~o:gho~~~hth~~:~~~s;e:~ g;ho;: ~~ic~er;~~~~a~o~t~:~~r~a:~l~ ~!:i:n:s::g~~~;:~h:~:t t~~~c'm:/::'n~o~~~tsto~e:.::~: ha~ engaged since. he came to the ~:o~~~%e~t~~e •:m~~:ye~m:~er~b/o=~~:i~~: :~ea~:t:: b:c~~vea~~i~:t~. provide for a series of hydunts along lhe way in the event Umted States as a I efugee, he has de- a premium on inexperience and ~nali:ting · voted ni nety per cent of his political skill knowledge and judgment. Aside from this lack CJf conce~n in the social welfare of dfll{b, however, I found activities to the support of an equally ' . . . . that the Eskimos are becoming mcely adjusted to a mor€ D('mocratic way of life brutal tyranny-that of the Soviet Until we have a return to samty m th1s as a result of constructive work which educational, scientifi( flnd eultural groups in government." economic problem . and allow men and Amalgamated Countl"ies have earrled on among them. . Acc~rding to this same authority, :::::v!~n~eee:t ~:e11;n~o:!t~~:~ ~~ei::~~=~~~ E.ffo~s to persuade them to adopt_ t_he share·the-weallb PIOgram o! our world E~nstem has been ~ member of fo_rty of discharging their obligations and use orgamzahon have proved much less diff1cult than anticipat€d and have met with d_1fferent Commumst front orgamza· common sense, instead of a calendar, in far greater success than had been expected. tlons. deciding when their usefulness, is ended, Experts In human relations explain that perhaps this is b£cause of the Eskimo.­---------- 1 we will continue to have ''too many old long-established custom o! sharing their wives which makEs it easier for them to The United States is a Constitutional Re- people". understand that the principles ~! social justice and the pnffct ~ist;ibution of public and usuaUy anyone who deliberate!~ Also we will continue to have too many commo_d.ities in a well-ordered soc1ety are based on the "Dted o1 one lnd1vidual and refers to Jt as a "Democracy" ii eHher imbeciles deciding the eligibili\.3 of older the ablhty of another to toupply it. atupid 01" aubvenive. penons for employment. (Copyright 1953 by Ida J.L Darden) We Insist On Civil Rights For The Arabs THI SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI Psychiatry May Be Helpful In Curing Juvenile Delinquency But A Leather Strap Is Quicker l'obruory, 1951 We Salute Mississippi's One-Woman Tax Rebellion
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