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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 4, No. 6-7-8, August 1958
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Transcript .. , E Page 1 ill Fo Military Dictatorship Lon11\\ling Wrong Is 10 Be evived In Congress~ - ~." .. "ln. ~~I Last year, the Congress overwhe\ min~ -tes ly rejected a law calling for Unrversal r "'(iqg Military Training. I sp~.-'!"he defeat of this measure \:as . due tQ ~rnme~"<> groups and to orgamzatwns o-1 •ticism 01 - . ~ecognized the bill as ha\11- .,.ting the pn11·- ~ ~~rsons unfri~ncl:y to I · lie was found eo,';:"'· <:aw m 1t a.- ii.· to once rank as the·;,.! ~merican ~among nations oi . J. ....... - t .. 'lU ry IS In ~t faces -To plead for a retunt of CoJtstitutiolk rJtmeJtt- ~o- Vol. 4 Fort Worth, Texas, August, 1953 No. 6-7-S WI, THE ASSIS ANCE Of DOMESTIC TRAITORS COM ISM IS R DLY JIG · E lNG · TS DEADLY COILS AROUND OUR A E· IC AN I STITU s. "We Kil ed A Bear"' Says Uniied Nations Spokesman Referring to the farce in Korea in which a truce was signed which will probably last until the Reds reshuffle and strengthen their forces, John Fos­ter Dulles went to great pains to give full credit to the United Nations for having '!resisted aggression". "For the first time in history an Lnternational organization has stood against an aggressor and has martial­ed force to meet force" he said in Washington. We wonder who he thinks he's kid­ding. In the first place it was not a United Nations war since the United States furnished ninety per cent' of the fight­ing men aside from the South Korean forces, and also most of the money to finance it. In the second SENATOR ROBERT A. TAFT The death of Senator Robert A. Taft removes from the na· tional ·Scene a patriotic public servant whom this country can ill afford to lose. Occasionally in the past few months he has made conces· sions to administration de· mands in the interest of party harmony which have sur· prised and disappointed his ad· mirers, but, in the main, he has held to his convictions and up· held the fundamental prin· ciples of the RepubliC!. Senator Taft was a great American and the ranks of great Americans ere rapidly thinning. "aggression" and who pumped supplies into Red China daily to en­able them to carry on the fight was sitting right there in the United Na­tions. Other nations in the outfit who claimed to be om· "allies" were furnishing all the material to the Chi- JIIJ.IIIIIIilfmfa~J~!:~~ nese Communists that Russia could not supply to aid in the killing of American soldiers. And still we are expected to shut our eyes and pretend that the United Nations stood solidly "against aggres­sion" when the plain unvarnished truth is that, outside of South Korea, the United States was practically alone in the fight and most of the other members of the United Nations were helping the enemy. , How stupid can we get? If "Advisers" Are Going To Run The Country They Should· Be Elected More and more we hear and read that the inexcusable blunders being committed by the pre ident are due to the bad advice given him by those who surround him. If this is true, then, in the interest •of the welfare and perpetuation of the •Republic, the Constitution of the United States should be changed to ~provide for the election of a set of advisers to the chief executive at the •same time · he ·is voted on by the ,people. r What dees it profit us to elect a man to the White House who gives statesman-like assurance to the voters during the campaign and then selects . a bunch of political pipsqueaks with .Socialistic leanings to make his major !decisions on questions of State? We May Deserve Punishment But This Is Much Too Much From New York comes word that quiet efforts are being made to groom Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.-who di­vides his time impartially between the Halls of Congress and New York night clubs-for the gubernatorial race in that State with the hope that he may later secure the nomination for presi­dent on the Socialist-Democratic tic­ket. The movement in behalf of young Roosevelt is believed to have been sparked by his non-English-speaking constituents and is reported to have gathered great momentum along the New York waterfront. With outrageous taxes, inflation, drouth and a threatened epidemic of stink bugs in our Fall gardens, sw-ely the long-suffering American people will not be called on to undergo the horror of another Roosevelt holding forth in the public forums, flashing his buck teeth and wowing us with smart cracks. As citizens, we have been derelict in our duty and have strayed away from the path of righteousness in dis­charging our obligations to the Repub­lic but surely there must be some other way -of punishing us for our sins. Unless an aroused people can penetrate the thick skulls of Washington leaders, pound some sense into their muddled heads and prod them into patriotic action, this Republic is head· ed straight for the Cemetery of Dead Nations. And in this Graveyard of Fallen Em.pires lie the bleaching bones of once free and independent sovereignties whose lazy, stagnant and dope-deadened citizens were also convinced that "it can't hap• pen here." We are not easily discouraged or given to running from a fight just because the going is rough and the odds are against us. Also we have as much confidence in the integrity, patriotism and loyalty of the average American as it is possible for a person to feel toward his fellowmen, but it is not the average American whose behavior is causing our alarm. Also, it is not the average American who is falling in with the plot of world conspirators to destroy us and who is selling us out to the enemies of the American Republic. It is a small, hard core of America orn traitors who are betraying us .right before our eyes and we are fran]Kiy afprehensive about the future of ~he country and no\ ashamed to adm~t it. ~ · posed to deSI"gna e our oet ayers- as communists for there is some fool law which prohibits us from telling the truth and calling these cowardly degenerates by their correct titles. Also, they would hold up their hands in holy horror and shout from the rooftops that they are not Communists and had never belonged to the Party. Of course they don't belong to the Party in the sense that they attend meetings, pay dues and report to their Russian masters. But they are far more despicable, dishonorable and contemptible than outright Communists for th€y are the unpaid workers for the Party, are doing the dirty work of the Kremlin and conspiring against the goy.., ernment and institutions of the country of their birth. While posing as upright, respectable and worthy citizens carrying on their responsibilities as leaders in their respective fields of endeavor, including government, the church, schools, youth and parent-teacher groups: unions, the press, radio, television and every other form of organizea. activity, they are spreading the doctrine laid down in the Manifesto. In comparison with them, a Russian-born spy coming here to frankly ply his trade in the interest of World Communism, is a high type of loyal citizenship and a noble specimen of the human race. For the enlightenment of those naive, carefree and slap-happy Amel'­icans who go merrily on their way with no concern whatever for the fata of their country, we wish we were able to relate the sordid story of be-­trayal, step by step, as it has unfolded during the past twenty years, but this is an impossible task. · There are so many attacks from so many fronts, so much co-ordin· ated, interwoven and correlated subversive propaganda being fed to so many segments of our society from so many sources that it adds up to indescribable chaos, confusion and disorder that no one can understand or explain. No one person, or one thousand persons working in relays, would be able to describe intelligently and coherently the pattern for our de­struction worked out so minutely and effectively by sinister world forces, the pieces of which are now falling into place as one concession after another is made to those who determined long ago that they would control the world, including the United States. By this we do not mean to imply that there is any possibility of Russia taking us over by physical force for we do not think there is tha slightest danger along this line. It would be stupid for them to attempt this so long as they ar• capturing us ideologically and politically without any loss to them of men or substance and, regardless of whatever else we may call them, we aan't (Continued on Page la) 'Millions of Americans Think If .. The Southern Conservativ Says It CONSERVATIVE August, 1953 AN AMERICAN PATRIOT TEXAS PRESBYTERIANS HAS A PIPE-DREAM MAKE SENSE One of the best Americans we know The Dallas Presbytery, a church '----------1 remat~ked to us wistfully not long .ago ~~~~~~~~~0355e~n~~i~~~~t: ;r~~~!:!~i th?t tt wou~d have ?ee.n a glonous which is expected to result in the On Request from While House ~~~~s f:;· ~~~~a~~P~~~ICY:~rth;a:"::!: ~~~~~l:1o~fN~g~~:~r~u6.Ifa~. modern The_ McCarran-\Valter Immigration inated General Douglas :MacArthur The Presbyteria_ns ha.ve raised more are broke be- ~aw now in effec~ w~s the result of ~rtE~e:~~e~~~e a;1~5~ee~ttor Joe Me- ~~~~ ~2 ·?u0r~~~~r~n~n r!U~io~;a~ct~iti~: disaster benefits. ~~~~~~s 0~£ ~~~~~~~~~~~s ::~o~~~:J. In that event, he point.ed out, the among colore~ people and to improve name of all that's holy, what ernment agencies to set up a workable road back to Constitu~ional govern- Negr? educati~n. . h . expect for thirty cents? Any and .fair n:ethod of prev~nting Com- ~~~{d'W~~~~ ~:~~be:~ d~~~~~~t~ctb~~~ fa~~~h~~~~u~1 f:~oc~m~~na¥~~~:~~!~ :~1~e~v~s0 s~s:;o~~ :~c::\~ gt~:e~:~;~I~ ~~~~~avs:~~~n!r~:;; t~~~~~~e~::.e as ~:~~s ot~~o~eet~.~~s haa~~ ~~o~Ef::at~e~ r~~~i~ti~idmt~~n~~Ioar: ~~c~n~f{he~~t ~~: cl~ss o~ else they would stand on. then· The bill was overwhelmingly pass- country to the brink of ruin. ing ~ff ~he deep end, as so many _de· ri;s~ ~~c~~et and not ask help m the ~~d blh:o~;~~leso~fa~O:fs;~~sf~~ coJ~s!: !~dowyis \~~r~~~s!h:~kiu':!~l;! r::"~;~~i~~~~:;.il ~~: ~':~~~~ The Federal government does not groups in this country. It has been in it. We have to work with what we mate. nuxmg of the races: bave a thin dime of its own and can opposed and fought from the first by h•ve and we can only hope and pray It lS to be hoped that, m the South only u~ the taxpayers' money to dole American Communists and fellow that enough patriots can make their at _least, ~1s wholesome and senSible ~~n~~i~: :~~i~~fn;'~isw~,~n1ai~~~iWf; g:~e~~~~tc in;~ri~i~g N~~~;fa~~u~~i~ ~~~~~~~~~ Jt~,~~~ ~i~1~ft1~~~ !~~~~fs e~i ~~~~~ea~~~~~~om':~~fi~e! ,~?o r0;~1~; to care for himself and is asking for of Churches the CIO and other similar those who are working with redoubled want to help the Negro people, rather fe~~J~cf ~~ft ;~~c~aAs i{harity regard- ~~~:st.:"~~~ ~~sc~~ ~;g::d~e ~~i;f ~~;:fc1~rf~~~ 01e;~~~~~~entf the i!l~~ ~~~~Jc~~. the spread of Commun- And any one who thinks Washing- leges and prerogatives of anti·Amer. ------ ----- - - ------- ~~n~;li~ft~~t~t ·~~/~[~~g~ :itr!c~~~ tca;h:o:~;:c~::nt:::·:;nl:: Act is to DOMESTIC ENEMIES-Continued From Page 1 1~ touched m the bead. That assump- be largely negated through the pas- say they're stupid. They have outsmarted our leaders too many hmes for t~oa~~!r~s !~1~ ~~;~afn~fs::cf~h~h~! sag~ by Con~ess of a special bill us to make any such foolish claim. could have Federal aid to schools with· which. the l?resJdent asked to be enact- Their upeaceful revolution" carried on in this country for more than out Federal control of schools. ed whtch wtll open the doors to 214,000 tweny years-but which made little headway unW Roosevelt came on the T.he ranchers of the West! and es- ~e%~I~~~g~~~sC~~~fn.or them from ~~rica~~ss ~~tc~~f~~~u:~:t~~b~~~~:io~~f ~:n:~c~e0ty~0~0~g~~~P~~~ ~~1 ibeth~~~t 0~J'ee;a:de~~v~n~ws!~~ The extr~ordinary re~son advance~ the evil influence of these world conspirators. reliant of all God's creatures and to by the pres1dent for lettmg these add!- If substantiating evidence of this is needed, we have only to con­see them meekly trudging to Washing~ honal refugees m w_as ~hat _It would sider the vicious attacks from hundreds of sources on the members. of ton _for hel~ in _a temporary disaster, serv~ as a weapon m flghtmg Com- investigating committees of Con~re~s who see~ t.o weed Out 9<>1Il!"u~sts js dtscouragmg mdeed to those Ameri- rnumsm. from government and schools, similar denunciations of our Immigration ~~~s t~~~ ~h':,"ed~~e~v~~fJn~o:;: ~;l~ to~~;~; b~~~u~~~~su~;t~o~~mJ10~ ~~~~Y d:,~:~:r~ ~~o~~~~;l 0f~~ f::'i~t~:!l ~~~~ri~;!r"r;:t~;~t';~~on to ~~at~~:n;,t~:t~v~~~~n~eep t:h no~e. out ical we suppose than the policy of the In each instance, they have descended on Washington like a pack.of Fa , ss 0 e ~n. rac1al propagandists and opponents of coyotes bowling to htgh heaven agamst. infrmgement on uacademiC free· c ·op r~~{s and ~ an~~men 2~-t-J. , a~ segregation who propose to elimiTJate dam " "civil rights" and "freedom of" speech" as it affects Communist s and ~,h,;·;:;~r~~~:i:~~ t~~g~~~!~f?u:'~~~ ~~;~"c~~~~~~;:1,o~;;e~c;~;.practices l~~~~~ ~;t~·~;l~iso~~~~~.. e ~~~;~~~ ~~e~~~s!h;~:~~si;~ ;.';~~ths in opposition the.y run to Washington for "drouth It's a great world if you don't weak- All this has been .going on for years and is nothing ne.w and it .is rcl1ef" w~en It fall~ to .ram and for en, but we must admit we are getting ~nly t~e fact,-tha~ suby~rs1ve activities are bemg red?ubled .~nd mcreased m uilood rehef" when It rams too much. shaky in the knees. mtens1ty whtch IS ch1lhng the hearts of good Amencans \\Ith fear. If the State government can and Roosevelt and Truman ,~,-·ere so dedicated in their blind devotion to ~~~ct.111~~~ ~~a~~dt0ju~e~~ ,~~:N s~~~ They Eliminate One Agency ~!~~d a~~ ~0ar~~~~~~~dt~~t ~r~:s ?::.rPJ:~r~Iea~~r i~~i~:~o~~ti~~v~~nb~=~~ ~~k~r~m~l\"~~rc~;~t~~~~t~ntT~1v"::ti And Set Up Another ~~~~ ~~';'~~~~~~o~~~~u~~~:1J"re';e~~i~~~0~r~:J ~":d '~~~~ ~~e;ac~ t~~.~~'d reli~ble class of citizens get it thro~gh We wt>re strong in our puise or the ad- the principles on which this Republic was founded. r.err 1 ~~u~ls tithat tth~~e are, Conf~u- ministration ror deciding to end the Re· His bitter attacks on the McCarthy Committee in the Matthews af· F~~=ralun~o~e~~~le~t :nr'~~t 0 it i~ construction Financ_e Corporation, but it fair, his approval of the stacking_ of German libraries .wi~h Communist nol its function to underwrite the seems we ~·ere 8. hltle premature In our b~ks ~y t~e ~tate Department, his request fo~ the. adnusslO~ o! 2_40,000 expenses of the individual; or to guar- commendations. aliens m vtolation. of the McCarran·Wal~r Immigration Jaw, hiS msiStence An tee him freedom from various forms They are going to end the RFC all right that .tJ:le Scna_te 1 efu~e to pass the ~nck:er am~ndmen~ . to protec~ ~ur of bad lurk which may assail him and but in its place they are setting up another soveiei~nty, h1.s appomtment of left-wmgers to h1gh poSition and Similar his family including drouth. flood, agency with authority to make loans up to astoundmg actions, seem to rob us of any hope from that source. rhcumatiSm1 seven-year itch or diaper $200,000 each to small businesses. It is possible, of course, that he is confused over the horrible mess rash. It is explained th~t the_ president ~·ant- ~~aet~en~ny~tb~~uk~a~oe~d ~~ h~r ~:~;easn t~nt~~t ~~alri~:n t~~~-od ~~{f~~~ " • • e~ the a~e.ncy c_stabhs~ed m_ orde~ to. help of his supporters hoped-and many believed-that he would prove to be (Co~~~u~fs~)tsfo~~e:h::: je~~-~~~ri~~ ~~~~~:~;~ra~:dn ~:~~:~~t: :~:~;~v~u;i~ ~fs~,?~~~~f~~:t ':~~1~~f~~~tt'~~~~eve the government from the tragic errors Amenca--{)perating through thous- ness' ". ~'~~·~.of ~~!m1e~ean~~::a~:n%~d;r:J ~~e -~espective1y poi~t out that small which ~eisisa~~1~~~!mt~d ;~c~~~~uf~a~~~~~b~~~tah~o~t{~~~~~/a~~~v~US!~~~~; many vicious attacks against our Con- busmcss got alo~g all nght -~or more than Jenner foresaw some two years ago. :~;~~s~n~~r fi~~tut?;ns ~~~er~;~~1:f ~::t~r~!;:d~~~rt:n;e;:~.'~~t~~: ::;el~~~ At that time the Indiana _lawmaker sbted in a public address that ~~~~stia~~~t~;c~~Je/t~~i';i,~rl~~~~t ::;~~nt~'"f.k~·:ov~:~::~~tr;~o;ri:::! ~~sm;:t~o~\1t;o~~\~!e~~~~nbo~:~e~~· :~;e;;rd.;,~ o~i~,~~o~~~v~l:sie: ous i~~luences at wo~k among our business. · Colossus so firmly entrenched m the City along the banks of the Potomac. youth, lnbor unions and government Personally, we have no patience with this viewpoint. It is true that iu~~~~ti~~ ~~~~n~~~.~~~~~~ artigt~~ UNITED NATIONS IS A ~~~!~~i~~si~vh~e}~~~fio~~ ~~~:~r~it~nt":~a:~~tali~~ioannaJ ~~~~s c~~~ it -is proof of our freedom'-But as SINtSTER SET-UP munism stand ready to attempt the ruin of any public figure who opposes the power of these forces has grown, . them. the ·peo~le have been forced to face The Umted Nations Is a "sinis- But the American government belongs to U1e people and not to any ti1C' reahhes and to become mcreas- ter an.d desp1cable symbol of new In- class or group minority or otherwise. Neither does it belong to the presi· ~~~~~1~~~r~f~~~~;,~~!'hiijg~~~~:o~ ~~~~~!~0~~~~~~~1 ~~~~an:~r ~~ilt~n~ ~~~i~i~t~~eit~~rrf~~::. of Congress who are merely the servants chosen to ~~~,.~}~1\u~f ~::~1 h~~:~ic~~ c~.~:le~~ ~~~~c~~~~gi~rr ;~~ ~:~~vs~~~i~~i~~ If 8 sufficient number ~f plain,. ever~~~y, h~nest Ae~ric~ns . are life ... "-National Republic. in Lexington recen~ly. b~o~~~~~nl~~~~~~=; ~~~;J~e~~~fi~0/:'~;~:Sf~ftr;::rofe~~:: a~~ti~!~~ In urgmg that th1s country abandon them either to act or step aside and let those take over who can John. Foster Dulles bas made a trip th~ U·!"·· Wilson said: In the meantime, we suggest that all good Americans pr~y for the wh•ch IS descnbed i~ the press as ~ . 'It IS time that we have. done with president of the United States in the hope that he may acquire understand­tour of those fronhers exposed to lh1s foohsh playthmg which has al· ing of the serious responsibility facing him and the courage to cut away Commumsm. If be 1s looJr,ing for ready robbed us of much of our power, the dead timber surrounding him and replace them with red-blooded, pa­places exposed to Commurusm, be has shattered our dtgruty. and must triotic and unafraid Americans who can insure the accomplishments which 1\ ould do "ell to stay at home. soon leave even our honor m tatters." he solemnly promised but which he has, so far, failed to achieve. August, i953 Page 'f The Failure lo Pass the Bricker Amendment Is A Cowardly Betrayal of lhe American People Last year, the Congress overwhelminf The Eighty-third Congress adjourn.·----------1:-~~-:-----:----:--:-----:- ··tes Iy rejected a Jaw caning for l"nin·r~al England Boasts of Increasing Military Training. :~.~~:~~: ~:sa~~: o~!~~. B~~: Oxnam Pops Off And Trade With Communist China !~~~~: .. ~ef;~u~! ·:~~ ~~·~:g:,;::.:,i~.~; ~1 ;:~~~h;~~.~~[.~r~:Zti~~~;o~~nflicts Proves Nothing AI All With typical British anogance, the Lon· ~~i;!~~~g ~~.-;;;~~~~~~:zc.~o~~·u~;~'i•~;11,ha~ The failure ~o. pas~ this amend- 1t was pret~y silly f_o~ .members ?f :o~;c:o::c~:c~;d~o~::sr~;a;::i; :::~::i: ~~~~~b~~ ~~a~~~~~~~~ ·;~'\h~~ .i~~n~·\·i~:;~ :::~:v~v~o~dd:~~~:~e :~~t:r/e ~~r:~~ :~: ~n~~;~~~s~ :fct~;~:~se~~ti~~~ ing ~ade with Red. China despi~e, as the ~~:~t~d leader among nations of . hard - and effectively - to destroy to issue a statement that G. Bromley bul~eh~ says, "Amencan congressional com- One of the reasons our country is in the sovereignty of the American Re- Oxnam, left-wing church politician, plamts · the deep, sorrowful trouble that faces public and make it a puppet state with was not a member of the Communist Furthermore, it was realfi1·med that it it today is because t~e Am~rican pe?- the stat~s of those natio~s who are Party. will be Britain's polic~·, to continue th~s r~:il~31~1~:~~ ~~~kt:~t~t:h;~~rt~et~a~ now behmd the Iron Curtam. Of course he is not a member of the trade and to develop such non·strategJc said nothing and acted like dumb oxen The most tragic and alarming as- Communist Party. Nobody ever claim- trade with the P~iping. gov:rnment and as slick scound~els in \Vas~ingt.on sur· pect of the matter, and ~he one which ed that he. was. any other Comm.umst. natJOns. ~~ng~~~~~~~dr~sh~n~~ ;~~:~l~t~r~:;~ makes thoughtful Amencans tremble If he carried a card. he would be of At the same .tm\e tt was announ~ed that from which we will never emcr~e, for the future of the country, is that no use whatever to the Cause. As a a team of British bu:siness men Will come dabbled in Socialism and meddled in this amendment would have been pass- member of numerous Communist out of China soon with contracts worth for~ign a_ffairs w~ich were non£' of ed long ago except for a request from fronts, however.' he has don~ more to $36.600,000. This will be in addition to their busrness unhl they had. ean~..::d the president. delivered to the Senate ~f1 ~0e~~~~l~I~t\\ ~h<!~e a At~~~~C:nnd f~:h~ $1.5,680,000. worth .of busin~ss b~tween the ~~~~~~ contempt or all the rest of the :~ e~~~~ed~oster Dulles, that it not pay dues and attend meetings. ~7·~i~u~~~;s :~i~':gt~:; ~;::.~~: ;:;,~~:=~ coJche~·n~~"/,~"[~e ~~n~,~~~~';\~et~~ ~~~.~ . . It is a good time for Americans to out almos.t trebled theJr busmess for the tunes of either politi~al party and our Ho~~= :~~Son"ep~~~~l~en~y o/h;ta:hf~~ get it ~hr?ug:h their he;ds t?at this same penod last year. only hope is tha:t. the good Pil~riots ~n . th' . . Republic IS In no dan~er "\\hatever So there we have the picture and we both of them wtH come to life dis- ~fru~~~l7! fo/san~~1fn"f~~~~~ 15er~~~ ~~ fro~ actL~:al Communi:rts. who openly can take it or leave it. There is no such regard all partisan consideration~ and acc('pl- their excuse being rhat these admit thctr memb~_rshiJ? m the Party. thing as •·non·strategic" rnalerial:s and CV· rescue us from the unspeakabl~ .hllt!l• two agencies could not carrv out our All the damage thts nahon.has suffer- ery dollar's. worth or pr~ducts sent to Com- ders ~nd the cOt.npo~mdcd stupidity m forei_gn policy if they ha? io submit ~~n~~~b~:eann~r~~w;~~~~.e~1~1~~~~%~~~~ mumst Chma fro~ Br1tain or any oth?r ~~~shw~t~1~ "\\'fli~ IS r('sponsible for a.ll kmds of agreements with other na- of the partv in high position in this count~y.nas used, m.one rorm.or another, m P . . P g . . . . ~~s~s i~o t~~nf~~s:d~~i~~~ \~~~!~ be the country. \\:hO seek t? init~ate the cor- the k1lhn~ of .Amencan so~d1ers. So~i~e~~d ~~n~~~v~[i~e e~~IO~a~~:~ P . rupt policies of the Kremlin here. What w1ll v.e do about it? 1950. that there is no such thing as a \Ve are willing. t~ concede tha~ this One of Oxnam's ridiculous argu- The procedure so far _ and there is Democratic Party or a Republic~n fs another case wn~re the preSldent ments to support his contention that no indication that it will be changed in Party any more and we repeat agam ~oes not have .the famtest und~rsta!ld· he 'vas a good, sound patriotic Ameri- the foreseeable future - is to repay this t~at the¥ ~re both so shot ttrr:m~li \ !~9 ~ t~~h~~~J~~e a~d b~~ft~i~h1s ab~~~~ ~~~n '~ar~srj!n~t~}e~~~11\v~~~ ~~u:~~ ~:;~:~Q~'al,~i~~. ~~~~ti~:al u::tan~ok~~1• 0 :: ~~~u~~1C.:~l~s~n;sh~~n~.~;~t·.'nd\S· ~~u~~~. ~~S~~/~e~i~~~t;r;r~~d ~o~: ~!m~~~~~h~~·ad ~~mg~~· re:fJ~ig~~n~~ ~r;~:es0~~ ~~i our ~ol~er~~ding o-u; fer~en n~r I~ni~~t~a~~ ~i~;~t~. ofT~~~ ' ing!y~uop lthids ilc nislgatl on f1om the orld Council.o - - . have both become the PartJCs of Marx. ~~ to ou1· nati?nal ster am some years ago where they \~hat, we wond.er, Will it ta.ke. to jolt Any one who thinks that this is an sovet· _ . a_ e us subserVlent went out of their way to denounce 0~ .mto a reallzatJ~n or the crtmmal stu- exaggeration is invited to compare the to a orld orgamzahon. "Capitalism" on which our system of ptdit! 0~ our . nahonat leaders who ~re legislation now on our statute books Bui John ~oster Dut,l.es, who has government is based. :;:;:n:h;~e;:a:~~~Yi!h:!ethhe:n;;eo;o!~~~: ~h~seo~il~~~~si~ft~~~~c~;t~~tp::~~ w~:rked h~d-m-glove \Hth Acheson, Another a~gument was that he had planners who seek the de.!ltruction of the platform when Norman Thomas was a Htss, Lattimore and other one-worl~- held responsible jobs and commissions American Republic. candidate for president or for th t , ~:Onfsor .~~ar;~c~;:.!<"~:. wta~g:! ~ro~~ ~~~f;g:Ja~f~v~~~~~~~~r"tiR~; ::;~~~~· ;i:h the platform oi the c0~. ~~,~~eifh!hln~~~=~d ~:~~~~~.cao~ \~~~ had too. EXTRA! ECONOMICS PROFESSOR its stanct!JY~~:.~.Eart Browder was f~~"!~u~~a~l~~i"!y • ;~·~.~~~sec;'{~ tee0 ~~~::: •. Z~~~~~~~dni~~tob;h:is c~~~~~ WRITES A SOUND TEXTBOOK th~~~1d1:r~~~~ ~;;~um:~c~. eft,~~~~ knows full well that, as our Consti· and bnngmg ~IS own appla~se, m ~be Dr. Bruce Knight, formerly of Texas efforts Wlll not haye the slightest nn .. tution now stands in which a treaty h?P~ of bluffmg the com~mttee With Christian University of Fort Worth, now ~act on the conscwusnes~ of our !13• 1s superior to provisions in that docu· hiS tmporta~ce. and followm.g a,nd the professor of' economics at Dartmouth Col· honal leaders but _there IS o_ne thmg ment, that the United Nations can tragedy ?f It IS that he didn t alto· lege, has written a textbook on economics fo: sure and that JS that !f. JUSt one· override all local and municipal laws gether fa1!. h' h d' t R d M 1 . th thtrd of the American ctltzens had and all state and national laws in this . If they h~d co~fronted him with ~sai:e~t.ac~:st111 ~ol~pr:~:~7ve :n:y, f~ire~~ ~=~~~~~:w~~u~~ h~~~:t ~:~ ~~~= Qountry. h~s record, _mcludmg .passages from stateme~t .o~ all schools of ec~nom1c changes made and this Republic w·ould The failure to pass the amendment hi~ own books. denoun.cmg Free Enter- thought w~ich h.as yet been published .. not now be verging on financial ruin tepresents an instance of arrant cow- prt~e ~nd urgi!lg ~ah?na~ and _'Worl~ Collab~rattng ~Jth Dr. Bruce was ~aY.- and the people faced with economic ardice 011 the part of the members Social~sm._....whtch I~ practically 1denh- renee G1egory H~nes, anoth~: .sound thmk- slavery. ~!a1h;u::~~~es ~tfhea~t=t~o~1·~ s~~~;i~; ~r~ '~~~t ~~~1~~h~1ti;,-;t:~1g o~a~t~~~ e.r Da1~~~~;Ie~d~~~~;n~1u?~~~~~~~~~:·b?ok will w~~~ 1~,r~~5erti~:~~ 1!11~r!~!~h t;~i~ fl:nd the side-stepping of their respon- him P9P off a.nd .play to the gra~d- fmd bard_ g~mg m our colleges. smce the country and who have the common !~~~;·;v~1c~heh~m;~;c~~.~·~~A~!~s::; !~nad, ~~~ t" !~~e" ~~c1~r~f:•P~~~~eg'~; :;:•tcl:~~~n~a;t1cdte~~~;~~" ,~'~~·':,~;;:. ~g~s~.~~:;:• t~0 ~~e i~~et::'c;r;n ·~~,~·~~: since Roosevelt used to browbeat them tb~s gent a~d hts achvihes for the past •sm. . . . rnand that their representatives in into submission and force them to thuty yeats. . In thJs con~echon, Jt occurs to us that, Congress quit plaving cheap pnrtisan pass anti·American legislation which A consecrated man of God is deserv- s~?ce Dr. Kmg~t :vas fo~mer~y connected politics and cast their votes in the in· !is ~~~=~af~!d t~~or~~e:e~~ :t~: ~~~ic~f :~~ t~ b:~~~·:.~~e oann~ r;:.?~~i ~t.ha ~:!f~t~~~~~e ~:~v;r;',ty~n~ ~0 ~~~ ~~ra~~~e~th~~~Ir a~~vn th~C:"~~)y,r0~vil~ Republic. b~ingt~ut a f~~tt~;ea~~=n~:n:~v~~s~ ~~o7:!:~ebe~r~~!i:: ~~u ::~::;ti~s Jfwt::: ~o~:ui:u~:;L h?fr~ ofof ;~~u:r~!~n~ To show how complete and abject ~::s oli~ic~~ t~eories, who openly de· adopted as a t7~tbook. in that inst~tution. which has al! but been abandoned. Was the surrender of the Senate, we ties Plegitimate investigating commit- No one fanuliar wath the curncula at Congress lS in recess now and its h.ave ?nly to remem~er th~t some tees of Congress and advises others to TCU can deny that auch a book is badly me!fibers are back home to learn what j,~~t~';'i!t~~tb~~/~l;~~·~:~~rTc~:; ~~~~:;~s:, ~so~f:~~td ~~ n~i~~~~~; needed. !?;~~r~~~s~~~~n~~=~•.ifi~~~g ;~~i~: :~e~~t~~!~:~~ri~~~~~~ ~t:e~;!~ men. Richard J. Gray, a labor union official ~~~ ~~~n have it and give them an in and stopped it. The Committee on Un·American Ac- heading a building and construction group ---------- ~:~~:so:~jvolr~ ~:r~~~c~v~~tcso~~~ ~~r;:o;k:c~;.~b~~b:~~ C:i~~:s:n~I-S-ca-n-da-ls_i_n_th_e_I_nt-er-n-al_R_e-ve-nu-e Alton LeJ_Ulon is the new Sena~or from interest of this country at heart, but Co~munists and ass:rts ~at the results Departme~t during the time Truman's North Carolina and from some of hxs cracks in order to keep it, they will have to achieved by the W1sconsm senator are poker'-playmg buddy Snyder was Sec .. on arriving in Washington, it appears that show more courage, independence and "impressive beyond one's wildest imagina- retary of the Treasury are still pop- ~~t:.::\:l~::n.:n~~·~h~':'a~ ~:h:~: ~~m~~s~i~~pn~~~.~:.r~~~·in rr;: ~~~;d ;::~~n,:~~~~~~~~.~~;p t:.~~· d~~r:;tl!~~r:o ~~: Cartby Committee is conducting its investi- ing to overpower them with his 1- ogated ne d and Ally. you have turne t as 3 m1'itlbef or- rni ~·•\:~ .. ~~ ~uas a:ations into Communist activities. Neith~ portance and intu:nidate ~ie or refuse to be to the Uruted Stat~s!_ We can't Commiss~on, but at.least he~­dD the Communlsto who., McCarthy IS the applause of hiS fel'.-fn the Communist wait to send you more millions of dol· nected wtth the busmess flushmg out. gang. Iars. of the school and i.s not N CONSERVAT I VI! Aug.,.t, T9SS We Owe A Debt of Gratitude If This Makes Sense We're Which We Can Never Repay Too Stupid To See If since we were eighteen months During our five week's stay in the The developments concerning our old and were accidentally wounded in hospital, we received hundreds of let. new policy in Korea took place dur-­the right arm by a six-year-old brother ters, cards, telegrams, flowers and ing the w~eks that we were o~ly hal! '"'ho was playmg w1th an "unloaded" other expressiOns of kindness from consciOus m a Fort Worth hospital and gun, one thing and another has hap- our subscribers from practically every we didn't know what went on. "------- ! pened to us. State in the Union. However, we now find that thosQ In fact, we have had so many mis- These tokens of consideration and who were completely on the beam :::,_ _____ __ __:::,__ ~~~:d t~a;r~.?~nr~~~~~c~f~~n~~i:I2Y· ~~~~ec~~~·;~~~~~i'~~~· ~:;:~~~;fl. =~d ~~~e~~~~~ ~~~·~r ~~~~~ o;h~foh:~ This last one was the worst of all ed us with the hope that we may con· pened either and thts mcludes Wash-and othor public offreior.. ~~~c~ew~0~~ew~~hp:~ie1~~:{"i~e~~tyth0: ~~~~e~~ a~0~gu~terWetife3 ~~~p~~t ~~~~ m~~lnth~:~~~:~:: Is that there has been I ~helpless sparrow c:an drift.with the wind llas~~e do not assume that the world at fi~~rio'~~ll of those who read our pub- :ds~~~~~. i;o:r~!~~n ~~~~o~~~a~r~t~~~: but •• takes on eagle to fly •so•nst the storm. large is interested in o~r misfortunes, These tributes were doubly. signifi- The only person to emerge with The Tenth Amendment To ~~rtib~~~d~v~~~ 0~i~~r :~~~ngd; ~~dw~~~~ ~~~~td~ee~a~s~h~0~o~~ur::ti~~s1~e~!f~ r~~a~~~~~~~~~ b!t~~o~~s:a~~h~~gnt~~ The Constitution of The an~ inquire about the ~ature of the ed know us personally a n d their President of South Korea \vho s~ far United States: a~cident so we take t~Is occasion to friendshi~ and re~a~d for us stems as we are able to figure, hasn't' shifted The powers not delegated to the give the gruesome details. from their_ appreciat~on of the work his position. played politics or yielded Vmted States by the Constitution, nor Ever so often when we are com- we are trymg to do m behalf of our to expediency. ~~i~:~~~! ~~.:~s •::sp~~~~~~~.~'~r ';~ ~)~1~e~y~~:h~~!~e~~~o~u1~rel~t~?:sh~~~i ~~~~~~~nt~~~s~~-v~~~e~olumns of the From the first his idea was to whip L-------- --'1 of walking in our sleep and that is Nothing would give us g r e a t e r ~~~fffa~~~~;s :~J ~fri~h; ;;o~F~~~J!• The President Is Worrying About The Wrong Part Of His Anatomy ~xactly ~hat we did one mght m early pleasure than to be able to answer and he refuses to budge an Inch fro.,; a u:a"rdwd:; a~~h;'~f~c:.o~e ~~~ ~~e~ ~~~t ~~~ew~~~~o~~ilbe b~~~~f t~v~e~r~~~ l~a~:~~~nt~;~fe~og[;mm~~~n ~~~~-~~i~~ ~~~~k:~gb!~~~~ ~~~~ ~d~~~~gb~r -~:~i ~~o,~~e~a~a~~~:o:a;o~~~i~~r t~r~;;~ concessions by superior_ forces. turned out, there was no June ed1hon, and gratitude go out to each and every If that was not ou~ Idea, too, '~hat nor even a July Issue. one of those wonderful Americans who was the us~ of se?dmg our soldiers In the middle of the night, still remembered us in those dark hours, over there m the first place and what A Washington correspondent wrile!': in sound asl~p. we got up and started and offered a word of cheer. about the thousa~ds of young Amen· his column that one of the greatest fears strolling. . ca_ns who haye dred there under the ;!:~h:n"~:;i~,';.;t_;:n!h:~dL~~~t.'stog;~~~.~~ \~~:r~~~~j~s~~~~sth~\n~~ ;~te~d~~~ vi~i~~u~; ;~~~~ ~~~ennd oo~r o~;~ was ~~s~a~~n S~~~~f ~~~!aw:nde~eot"ncJ~. thiS, he. IS caref~l ~f hiS diet. He furt~er did not get there. Instead we pl~nged rl~~~~I;:n,~e~~v~~~~vd~~thaliet~~~~ the mumst China. =~~~~~;;f' th;~n~'s.~~s ~~:hre;fso:ist~~m:h1:! ~~,\~~ ~ t~~e3n;y;~o~~:t~;t~~a~ and land- place. She was d~eply touched but she we\~~va:~~~:!f!resisn i~g~~~~ae~~ ~~a; ~he oU course. There is CJn old legend t~at when ~~: ~usi~~~ed:of Insh humor too and so ot~e~ for~ign ~ountry and th~t it _is WJt J1 all th_c n'spect in ,(' korld 1\nil people walk in thei'r sleep they can ~~ . . . . Crtmu:'al msamty for us to pitch m ;~~~:~~~t~~a~•:,~i~ ~~or~;i:;c:~:~th~ew:';~t J~da~~~tht~:;v '~~~ ~~ne~~'~ka~e~~~·. ~~~~~~s~~!sly~~?tam~fa~Zl~ng~btu~t,ITii~TI~?~d~th~~g~f~~~'~i~-~~::~oa~/l~o~ve~\~~~~~~~:~~~;-~d;;;1~J~=~ :;: ,;l~;cf~~: ~!:~~~~fg ~o~~s ~:~~ r::~~~:~ ~~t~o~~Ilh~~~di~~t a~1gn'~e~~:na;~b~~~ r:l;i~l;'do~l~'i~e that _he 11_1ay have a clear brain to combat kid you. 0 lt j~st ain't so." your fool self". has not yet been made our ~~:c;~~ii~~;u~n g~~~s frao~. !~;c::de:h~o ai•: brJ:eat ~ro n~e~~· 1 rrn:ts ~~d I~gsd ~e~~ I I I sudden decision, at this late date, ~;·~~~e uh~!te~·~:~~;:. agams~ ohe mteresos the m_~rcy ~f the ucre":t~~ wh~swa~ches Bnhsh Old Maid Snatches h~n~~n ~~~ ':::~n!~tw~or:~e ~h~~·atf~ This count'y cannot be damaged by a ov~:::;~I:~\~:~:::~~~~;:~:~:~eks, A Male from African Jungle ~~~~/~~;r~~anb~!~~~ w;~~u~~~dJow~ fat stomach m ttte White House, but a fat the firs t two of which are somewhat . m the sprmghme of hfe. he~d can hasten . the destruction ~oward hazy in our memory but now we are A Sight to m~ke the angels weep The whole unpalatable tr u t h is wh•ch so many evll factors are shovmg us. out and the doctors say that in two or was presented m England re~ently that, With Dulles as Secretary of William How~rd !aft,_ to na~e one pres· ~~~e~o;~~t~~,;: ;r~~tb~uf~~g ~~u~~~i ~:;;ht!~e o~al?hera~~i~on;~~ ~f~~:::~ ~~~~ieJh:y ~~a~;~t~~~~~v~~chb~~e~ ldent, had a wa1st hne hke a h1ppo~otamus because we were pretty good when we Cn pps, former Chancellor of the ex· rated through the Institute of Pacific but the superfluo~s suet was conhn~d to were new, and we sure do-n't walk checquer, _went through t~e . Relations, the Communist-dominated ~he area below h1s neck and ther_e •s n~ nearly as fast now as we did before of a wedd~ng ceremony w1th a native group whose shoddy record has been :a~ta~~:epa~:n~eaco:r~u;h:~;e:~~ :t:~-~nm=~~ the tu~?le. A sprained back was the of the Afncan Gold Coast. e_xposed by Congressional investiga-tell him how to run the show. worst InJUry. According to press reports, the hons. There is nothing funny about a groom was a diminutive creature We have said It before and we Jn. ----------1 serious accident to a normal person re ~ching somewhere between the tend to continue to harp on it, but of course an amusing side of it watst and shoulders of the buxom repeat that Acheson has a _,,,; "_, • ..---- Private Industry Could Have Done a Better Job would occur to us. bride. There was no explanation as and Dulles doesn't but that is It happened at two o'clock Sunday to wh~ she didn't pick. one nearer her the only noticeable difference be. mor ning and our ar rival at the emerg- own size, age and :veight, ~o lo~g as tween them. ency entrance of a large hospital coin- her preference lay m that dorechon. l---------- fe~a,::::~!.:~·ac':::\;~e!\:"::hi~~ ~~~ ;:r:. ~~~e~s~ith that of several week-end th:'!§::~o~~~tf~~~;vs;,~:~~~ei~t!r~~ IN OUR BOOK THIS IS era! go,·ernment is engaged, most of the The fact that in our plunge down church for th~ ~eremony along with PRAISE FROM CAESAR extra-curricular functions which it is now the stairs we had somehow cut a stiff-necked Bnhshers, many of whom carrying on having been assumed with- gash on our head \~hich was bleeding p~obably o~j ecte d when their . Among ~he hundreds f!f C?mmunica• out any Constitutional aut hority, pr ofusely and that one of our eyes had Kmg ma_rned a r espected ti_ons recetved b:y us wh~e m the hos· been bammed against something and born whole woman from the pita!, and for which we W1ll be eternal,. However, they have been unable t o make was practically closed didn't help mat· States, because she was divorced. ly grateful, was this expression from :o~~~:~sst:! ~;~iv~~:!r~~f~~~~i~a:~:g h~:: ters any. . . The. ~hysical _ and financial fall of ~~:~~~~g;n~h~ai~i~n:n:r ~~~e;!~i~~ to cut down in service and to report an We remember thmkmg as they the Bnttsh Empire has saddened most ite people in all the world although expected $746,000,000 defi cit at the end of gently unloaded us from the ambu- of the world. Its cultural and ~oral we have never met him personally: the fiscal year end ing next Jull:· ~~~c~~~a~~n~t s~~~~e~~a\~~~1~ h~~~ collapse could be even more tragic. . "I have . been deeply concerned Jt is another proof, if one were needed, sworn that we had drifted in with the s~nce learmng of your unfor~unate ac· that poLiticians are totaLLy unabLe to con- rest of the Saturday night brawlers. The most immortal words of this Cident and am v~ry mu~h relieved that duct any sort of business without going OJ course such a silly thought would generation were contained fn Gen- you are recovermg rapidly. !: ;~~ ;::m a:~t ~nt~i:~o~~ ::: st~~fayers ~~t ~~;e ?~~~~~? ~~rm~~r p~~~~~ b~i ~!~t?~~~la~a~~~~;!h~r'~0p~~~~ti~~~ a~ir~~~o~ a:;ay;0!a~n~ ~::re:~~~~ :~:t P;::;:n:::t •;~o~~~~~~~o~!!r t:he humor. It comes in handy in our work. for victory". ~!sbnogn:::~a~~: ~~~ilik~f;s:si~~u~~ vate business of the nation. old friend. . 1 {h':U '\:f'~ii;;,!l'';.id~.ry jnteresting The attacks on McCarthy are un- "I look forward to hearing that you • • • j •• ., • • ... ~s derstandable w~en_ we consider that are well and able once mo~ to resume 1S descnbed ~ the press as a . 'It IS time that 'Y• have_ done Wl ~:crook or crmunal likes the Jaw the fine service you are doing for ~:~;~ni~~-se /[0~~·:: ~~~P.'j.~~d f~~ ~~~sdi~~~~~d~;~ih~Jch~o~~~ ~~"w:;: U:f;-.r\!ff~~eJu~fc~. brings him America. My wannest ~sonal re-places exposed to Commumsm, he has shattered our dtgmty and must tn otic and u would do well to stay at home. soon leave even our honor in tatters." he solemnly p _A•9_••_ 1 •_ 1 _ 95 _ 3 ___ ~--------------'-'----'!oiii,R VAT IV I P ogo 'f GOVERNMENT "GETS OUT OF HOUSING BUSINESS" Two Sena. Molhing Wrong Bill For Military Dictatorship BY AUTHORIZING TWENTY THOUSAND MORE UNITS Party line Fig ... ~ nrawl Is To Be Revived In Congress- - D · Last year, the Congress overwhelmin~ . um;~i~!,thl:~r~!~~:~~~r:"!,c,on!~:~i~~:~ "World Brotherhood" IS .. :ato~ r:!~e o~~~~~";=~· c.";:i~~ .·a .. s:ates ~ili~:~~c~ai:in~~w calling lor t:nnersal 11bout the government competing with pri- the r1ght of Commumsts to retam tf,t lo- ::~:o~us~:~~~ ·~:t'\:~· ~~~~:d r1~~t :;;~; Urged On Boy SCOUtS ia0c5~:~o;sse~at:r0~::~~:n~c~:~.~~~~ho~ :~: i~g ~t~ti~et;;!u;! t:!~ ~:":;;,n~::ti~~= !~ fmd _construction business once the right jective, through his committee, is. to. ex- ~ant ~t~rgy~e~f'C~~mzcd the btl~- as ha¥\o <lffic1a1s were elected. The Boy Scouts meeting in California pose them and pry them out of thetr JObs. in view of the fact tha1ons unfu~;dly•i.~~~ The House of Representatives tried val- ~:s~n:~~~her~:~ ~:dse:~~~~:~i~~ :: 1~~0~~ . There was nothing original in his c~·iti· ings have .been given to thl" 5 ~':'merican Jantly to close down the housing program row's citizens. 1 c1sm of Senator McCa_rthy and he mei~Iy people fOI years. ~ under. which the Federal government parroted. the c_omplamts of Com.mun.Ist The SoutlY~dtl....!onservative, for one, ~:e:an~~s~st:~; s\:~~:Y=~~ c::ie~o~rs;;ov~;: ag~to~:asa~dw;:~~~~~~~ ~~;~:;~n!~ ::;ti~;t~r~ ~~;.~a~:~;s t~:i~ou::~~~esth~is~~~~~;~:t f;oh~ ~::t i.f~J~~u y~~~~c~!~i~~ ~r~ti~~t i~a~~; homes for low-income families. In that body the minds of these young boys their re- theJr berths. a. c:~·1nilar warning of this dangerous they \"oted to put an end to this Socialistic sponsibilities to the glorious Republic in )Ionroney was joined by Herbert Leh- situation and scores of other equally program ~Y shutting ~ff all further loans which they ~i~e and to point out to them man, Senator from New York, in hi~-~lS· responsible publications and individu· ~md contnbutions. Th1s would have saved the great privlieges and advantages of the ive remarks. who also followed _}fai·ty line als throughout the country have taxpayers $795,000,000. American Free Enterprise system prevail- chatter in reviling the Wiscor.-sln senator. screamed to high heaven about the ing under the best form of government on invasion of the pulpit by the :\larxists The president, howe\'er, who, for some earth. In view or charges whicl- have repeated· and Communists. unfathomable reason, talks one way and ly been made, and not• Jenied, about some acts the opposite, requested the Senate to Maybe this was done, but if so, there was of Lehman's con· .ections with certain ~r. :~Iatthews' . pronouncement, re\"ive the program and asked that 35,000 nothing said of it in the press and the groups, one w· uld think that he would ~vh1le perhaps ca_rrymg mo.re author­low- cost units be started in the current thing that was stressed Jn all the news re· hesitate to cnticise anybody for anything. Ity because of hts connectiOn at the Jiscal year. leases we were able to find was "Brother- time with a congressional investiga.t-hood" and the great advantage of trying Monroncy . was generally regarded_ as ing committee, was no m?r~ authe~hc Senator Taft fell in line and led the to understand and fraternize with people mo_sfly _ scekmg some of the spothg~t than those of other patnohc publica.- . fight in the Senate to restore the housing of other nations. whH:Jo: revolves aro~md McCarthy and m lions, groups and persons whose re-funds with the result that a Senate-House . whose rays he, himself, seldom has a search into the subject was equally as Conference Committee has recommended And still many of us fight on, hopinP chance to bask. ·extensive. that 20,000 low cost units be built, which against hope. that maybe we are mistaken Fortunately the Un-American Ac-h 15,000 less than requested by the pres- and that thmgs are not as bad as they tivities Committee of the House has !dent. seem. We've Been Saying It For ~~;~~n~o ~~! ~~~~!!tha~~~ttec~Z~~~~: tin~n:ut,0o/~~eF~~~.:~!gg~::::::":Y ~u~~: "Burning" Is a Popular Years, In Case Any One Has ~s~~e~nit'~~~l~:;;~a~~/ b~h:o:,:~a~h!~ ::n.~~.ooo more houses With taxpayers Word Just Now It Seems Forgotten ~~~r~~~~n~~~i~t00 a~:r:~;~~s ~~~~fl '"f. ~os7a~::~: i~~:~at~~f~r~~·e:.: ~::;~!d o~~o~~~ ra~l!ngth:rm~eft~'~!.7:.~r~i~~s ~ne d:~~:tr~. hme ago and befor_e h~ went t~ a New York can~·carrying C'ommuni'itS, have registered ho-spJtal to have his hlp exammed. their opposition to ''book burning' because ----------JScnator .Joe \fcCarthy exposed the treason of those in the Statr l)('partmcnt who were ~U1cking American library shelves in Ger ~nder thc.~;e many with books carrying Communist prop- nohce 011 a~da indil•idualsw•>rkirtglor There Is No Such Thing As " found to he on the conservative side and a rank understatement. Equally as disconcerting and sur­prising as ~Ir \Iatthews statement was to many people was the- reaction to it. All the American Communists and all the professional Liberals "·ho arc t~e unpaid work<'rs for the Commumst Party, made the headlines in denunci· ation of him. of o;hee ~~h: :~:tn i:~::~:~s e;::e::i;;t~ ju~v~~m;io~o{[.fm wt~ ~~~rn~~~:.r~ later events. we~~~tn~~~lu~,~~b~:2yof wt~bebl~e:~~~ mPI'It Ly Congress 211bmitted by the White ~~~~~r~hi~~~ t:dag~~~st t~~o::r~u:~n;:.: In this connection , we wou~d respect· and. the House who, with an e_lcction Hous~ are re~erred to a' "must" legislation. :~t thd~d~:.~i:::s ~:Oor~a:::~nstth:h;ib;~~ii~~ ~~~ol~t:l!er~~t~!~~~ !~ t~hee Aa~1~~~a:f F~~ ~~n;~~fr u,~j~~xt .fhe:r ~~~~~:iaC~~~~~l bl:~:san~o~~~~l~h!ht~tr;~:es n~rs ~r~a~~ with Communist propaganda. ~~:~onit~f ~:~;e!~h~e~ny~~e7.ihci::s w~:; ~:g~~~~~h~~~~ra~r~~~~~;:s:~~a~~~~ ~ in the office of the chief executive b t In addition, the National Education Democratic Action on the ground that this are unprmc1pl~d P?lihclans thor~~ any rate, it was fervently hoped that th ssociation, which is on record against the organization took a position "almost iden· ly capable of \~' 1~~\lW-~ing actor ~xpresiion had passed with the New Deal fl . of Communists Crom American edu- tical with the Communist Party program." places wh~!;..fties in organizations set up ~here is no such thing as umust" legis- :~;~~ng ~ stit~~~:nsA;:r~~:~ :e:;;eol~~os~ . The_ action of the Union is si~nilicant x: ~~==t :~~r~~;~~ ::; t~ee f~=e~~cal~v!~;;; :~·;~~e~~ ~0c;:::~:!~::~1~e:;bl~~::~~: :: :~d r;:er:~d t~!:ks 0 d w~~t~;~ :::~,;;;.~~e :;c1~~~dw~0~~nof1~~; ~:~u;;m-;~~~\llfisola- ~::~:rn~aom;:~i~~:~u::. c~~~;ss o:j:~ti~:: :::~ Houses of and pa~: ::co~~~ Communist symp~thizer mong the ~~ti~7t\~s. cor;~:c~~~!di~:a:~~ion to them, were brushed aside.. . clergy also rushed mto the ac d •---- rr-- de- break was declared toAl have been here a In insisting on h1ring Ferrer, Fau· oft. nounced not the real criminals wh t that the United Sf:,u will talk just like all ficia1s were strictly within their rights and Tlle president is authorized to liiuggest the books there, but the members of th n,i.tion or the Fre·' to which we replied: if they had wanted to bring Earl Browdei lt>g~slation and to discuss the State of t~e Committee who exposed their treachery. sea~ the Commu~bid. In the first place I to Dallas to e.ntertain Fair Park patrons, Umon. but no. one ever heard of a ch1ef We insist that the great rank and file NatJo~.s and eved to stay here that long and they were at hberty to do so. ~ecu~!ve tellmg our Congress t~at the! of American people are loyal to their selves . ond place, I don't want to It must be rather discouraging thou~ must pass such _and 5?C~ ~ bill unttl country and resent with all their being all We have coli the rest of you." to patriotic ·Americ,ans in the enter~ain- Jl~osevelt tagged hts Soctahsbc proposals treasonable acts against it but with such that ADA was. _ ment world who are loyal to Amencart_ With s~c~ a label and boot-licking and powerful forces in high and responsible that they are 3onder!u1 th1_ng to be able to ideals and who have kept aloof from sub­elbow ·kissmg members of the Congress places siding against them, Jt is not sure Kremlin more c the . lllustnous and great versive groups and activities, to be passed :!:~:!nh:~e t~:ir ~=:~n::~e;!~::~i~~ll~~;~ that the fight won't be lost. :~~t;~da::\~a;}~ -~~~hp t~~;~\~l:a:i~~sh~~d ~~ei~c::v~:s~:ut!::e .:;o w~oen~a:;:; than to do what he said. hull's eye. .Jnplied that one .of the_ ~t- register their preference for Russia as Let us hope that, in the interest ol our Senator From Missouri Charges llti~~;:.~a~~l~5~n~at~ ~ .. n~~~:~ opposed to their own country. national prestige and dignity, the expres- natural_ anter the occasion or the company. SIOn "Must" legislation is outlawed here Starts Knuckling Under ;~;;;·~:on- . We wonder if serious American& and left 1o the dictator eountries behind for ,. A Senate report recently 1ssued don't often ponder these. days on the Iron Curtain. Before he was elected to the Senate ~ shows that during 1951 and 1952 Eng- whether it is worse. for the>r country ----------1 from Missouri, Stuart Symington war;\d land sent 130,000 tons of rubber to to be betrayed by VlClOUS leaders whO I• • • regarded Jn political circles as a pe1~r:ss Soviet Russia without which Russ1a wilfully sell ~s out or by well-meam~IJ lsdi=~~:~n~fo~~ego~~i~::ren~a~:~:: ~~:,:; ~~~d~~cl~~nd views with conservativ,e in: never could have kept. her supply ~~?h~~~a~~'!'{i~~: i~.ne\v~c~ ~~~fn~~ IIUITendering our sovereignity to a super- . . lines open to Korea durmg the past us that the age-old question has nevet government, dominated throughout by Rus- His work as head of the RFC·mpathizer three years. The report also suggests been answered-"Who is least to be Ilia, was the greatest mistake of the cen- his d efi~nce of Truman and h~ a' denuncia- that since Russia has more than trusted a knave or' a fool"? tury and we are being punished for it". ed as~octate_s won a me.asurYccarthy, or any enough rubber for her current needs, I~--·-------- -Henry Ware Allen. for hlJ!l which :vas _e~~investigating com- she is stockpiling it for future use. _ ----------I the Farr Deal hler'l'll:rt all good Americans Dear old England, what a wonderful Joseph Campbell of Col~mbla Unf.. .. ~· remembers when Americans sub· Se~~~e::~~::it::et.;::· ~ft!~g:~~ friend and Ally_ you have 1 turned o~t ~:r!tt~:~~~:rp:-::~t~~csei~~;~; =r: ~h:; P;~~::a1te::~~; lovernment ~~~!\~~~tht~~~enp;~o i~it~~re Ii~00~~:~ ~ai~et~os::~ ~0~t~o::~~lio=~fc~~~: ~~~~IS!~~~·t:~~!!~~~t !:nwa~~~~· orld conspiracy. lars. of the school and is not a pro e::;so.r. - Auguat, 1953 DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES OF THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE The following Declaration of Principles, published many times here· tofore in the Southern Conservative, will continue to be the policies of the paper. future wars and ed R~i~;•;ln~·:;~i~rt~;· ~~:,~~:t~:;n c~~: . Those of us who are responsible for initiating the Southe~u Conserva· mittees as a member of innumerable Com- hve plead guilty to the charge of bemg hopelessly old-fashtOned as we J)eace. munist fronts was one of those int~rro- love our own country with a blind and passionate devotion, above all others Nothing was .;IJI.id publicly to warn us !~~~~H~:;e~~m~ite~h~f~~~s~o~:~~:~~csah~ on earth. ington concerning his activities. Uke all the rest o! his ilk, he refused We find ourselves without the slightest desire to change our form of to ~ns_wer any question s concerning his government to conform to foreign ideologies or to attempt to re-shape :~fi~~~:~:s b~~~n~o~~e t~!~~\:a~~~d~:~t 0~~ it in the Soviet rno1d. the Colistitution. a! legislation which would aupe1~ede . wa~'s~~k:~~ta~: s~~~:it!:~ ~;:i~;gcu~: gr eat:: ::~::;:~tc~~rt~~: t;:;:r:!:n!o~~ld;~nth~:.~e::!~~df~:m~~~~~ crpnl, state and nahonal laws of the vanous as if he were '.proud of his performance, liitatr~ of the American Union. while newspaper .r~~?oorters, obviously in minds. The Covenant on Human Righ ts, the sympathy wit h. him, h: .'f'rviewed him and We asserted in our first edition, and now re-affirm, that the Southern Genocide Conv•ntion and olher extraneous :::.::"'~~:::in~i' • smp~t~i~~~·~~ma:ri~!n thi~ Conservative is not interested in the political fortunes of any man or of provisions were sprung on th@ American stead of one who has joined .. .,.:, with sub-proplf' alter the Chart€'r had been approved vcrsivc groups seeking to ovetthrow his any political party and is concerned solely in principles of government. ; by 1 h<' United States !<"nate and when it government ,, 01 ., hoped it would be too late to do Some ~r the most notable service to ~h e In our discussions of State and National issues, w~ shall show no more anyth ing about it. ~~i~~~~~;~~1ldc~:~c;\~~a~rr~~:~~s;b~~ :~ri~~~ ~artiality to the Tycoons of Industry Utm we shall to the Czars of Labor. gr~op,ini~~:~~:n ~;a:o:~~::~a~li:nab:rutr;::: :~~cco,~h~~nl~~:~-i:a~~ s~~~e n~:i~~it~ut~~! In fact, we seem to reme~ber that some of the biggest business men wrn· n'spons iblc for the inclusion or these :~~~ont'l~e b~!~·~~~:~ni:~drr:~~iei,~v:~=~~~t s;~: in the nation teamed up. with labor union rackete~rs in p.l~ying ball _,~ith aub-or~anilalions in the t:nited Nations members of the Committees who are seek- the New Deal and the Fair Deal when those economtc atrocities were n dmg OrjOl:anization. Extensl\'e research on the ing to expose them. the crest. aubject by many persons !ailed to tht· '·Nigger in the Woodpile'' or to fix Harry Truman's r ecord for squan- The courage, integrity and patriotism which must be commanded if th t' res~~n~ibility and ~~ill of those who ~:Z"!'~g a~~~i~:xh~y~r~c~~~~ii' ~~a~~~~ t~e Repu~lic is .to survive will not be foun~ exclusively among representa· 11ad pe1 \ e1ted the ongmal purposes of ports from Washfngton, whi~h show tives of big busmess or leaders o£ labor muons. !he Charter. that he made away with $400,000,000,· However, we have fust received !rom 000 in the eight years of his tenure. It must be drawn from that vast group of average Americans who ask HouSion a document which clears the mat. ~s a:st~:t .~~~~h r~:;:;,ebe ~~t~~::::: nothing of government except that it secure them in their inalienable riglrt ter up and leaves no doubt as to the inal exlorti~n which wo~d have re- to work, to save and to keep a reasonable share of the irmts of their toll. authorship of the provisions setting up sulted in his impeachment and dis-the sub-agencies which were not mentioned grace jf public morality had not been We are against the domination of government either by big business or when the United Nations was being 11old at an all-tim& low. big labor and we maintain that favpritism to either group on the part 1o the American people. of a State or National administration is un-American, Immoral and a This document referred to was a photo. cu~~af~~i~~~':re~~. h~tfa~;£~1YB~~£: flagrant abuse of power. ------.__ ;~~;;~h c"::a:1n:~~e:/r;~2.th~o~'~";'c;;, j~lni~~dth~tg~~m~::?st ';:~~~y ~~t :;~~ We acknowledge our Indebtedness to the coutageous and patrioti~ WhJ(·h states ~lamly that both the Covenant now seek to make atonement by ex4 Coalition Bloc of sound-thinking Democrats and Republicans in both Houses on -~uman Right• and the Genocide Con- posing this nefarious conspiracy for of Congress which has prevented Commtmistic influences from complete were . the work or ::;dsA:,·~~;: ~~~:~~! i~ho~~llb:t ~f::: ~~~ o;~~ c~~; domination of ~ur Federal government. :ffo':,~=g~~ ~i~r ~~r:;:;~~st~f ~~~ We are oppo~ed to the r<ckless squandering of the taxpayers' money . the White House and spilled by Incompetent, 1rrespe<~s1ble a.nd 1mprov1dent public OfflClals and we ~~:,;:;:a 0~el~:Co~~s ;~~~. ·~:Y . . t~e l~w~ t,uring the time she ~onp~~~~ht~e t:~~s ;~~~:d bt~;e;~~~ ~orr r~~~t~.:~t~f t~:v~e:~t~~Iy and not cnn propaganda group dared to step m and wor s't s ep ere. O ' tell hlm how to run the show. ---------- seJ~t~~e ace~ fEDERAL AID tllat ~: ~=o~~em!~ ::~~~~~:~:ot~~e J~:~~P~~a~~ss~;:se~:ft~!~ ~~d ~:~n~;;: ~~~~~r 0~~~~s~ot~l ON JOB their own ~ocial customs and traditions without interference from poli· Private Industry Could It happened at -·\~~~.i~o~a~: ticians seekmg votes to perpetuate themselves m power. Hove Done 0 Better Job ~n":yn~nn1r~~~eo~~ :'· Job in Wash· We are unequivocally in favor of Free Enterprise as opposed to Handlin the mails is one of the very cided with that Ol1g a provision government . ownership of b~siness an~ insi~t on the resp~nsibilit~ . of few Iegiti!ate activities in which the Fed- drunks. t Shelf on ~ill every A~~r~ca~ to seek to 1mpr~ve his socJal and ~conom1c condition eral go\"f'rnment is engaged, most of the The fact that iJ!3 to education, _through Irutiahve, energy and thnft rather than leamng on the arm of extr :t·curricular !unctions which it is now the stairs we haahe Senate. government for support. ~ a rry ing on having been assumed with- gash on our head \\tves refused to out any Constitutional authority. b~~~ub~~~:edd t~~~i~!~h:~rot:!':a~ .we concede to every man the right to work and the opportunity of However, they have been unable to make was practically closed ,House pro- profitable e~ployment regardless of whether he does, or does not, belong a success of delivering the mails an~ have ters any. ng with il to a labor wuon. botched the job un~ercifully, having had \Ve remember thinkil:rs pro- . . to cut down m sern ce ~n_d to report an gently unloaded us from .....t ~?~te On the other hand, we claim for the employer the Irrevocable right expc~tN1 $:46,000,~0 def'c't at the end of lance that any stranger casuali)n to hire and fire his employees without instructions from any government the fiscal ) ear endmg next Juix. ing who didn't know us would 1agency, or intimidation by Federal Police. ll is another proof, if one were needed, sworn that we had drift~d in with that politiciRns are totally unable to con· rest of the Saturday mght brawl We feel that at this crucial time In history, it is imperative that news· duct any sort of bu~iness without going Of course such a silly thought Wt..)apers and other groups seeking to influence public opinion should exert :: ~~~~ ;~:m·:~t :~·~~·;~oi~ ::: ;~~t:~:;: ~~t ~~~e t~cac~~~? i~rm~~/~~~~~ b~fv effort within their power to help preserve our republican form of are people who are fools enough to think humor It comes in handy in our work. h."11ent, our Free Enterpnse system and American way of life. We that government should take over the · ~ll our energies to that end. vate business of the nation. -~~~~~~~'Jll~-~~~~·~·--~'f~: fh1e''tf.lf.'Wiis0il~f•~jnteresting de;s~=n~~~~~K.wl!nt:ments of the .sOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE and the press as 8 ''It is time that we have. done w 1 . :crook or crimirl: one sm~ll vo1ce crymg m the wilderness, we will ~~~~~~~ni~~se f[o~!ie;: 1:~~d f!~ ~~~~J~~~~~d~:~ih:Jc~vo~~ur ~~',.;~; ~~ d:.d¥l~ff~~eJu;t~:~e~:mclples, as we understand them, without ~~~~fcl d~:if~o 1~ai~f~~=· he ~~n ~~~:re":e,:'~r d~~::'~% i~~tt:~~; ~~o~~e~~yu~~ Augu•l, 1953 THI SOUTH ERN CONS&RVATIVI Page T What About The "Methods" of The Subversive Skunks Who Defy CommiHees of Congress! There Is Nothing Wrong Bill For Military Dictatorship With A Texas Drawl Is To Be Revived In Congress- - Last year, the Congress overwhe ming• American Reds, both in the Various sections of the United States ly rejected a law calling for Cnin>nal Party and out, are always screaming their Senate Passes Bill to are known and admired for their lo- Military Training. heads off about the "methods'' employed Protect Dignity of Flag cal customs, traditions and manner of The defet1;t of this measure was due tq ~oc~:~~:~e;~g;~~~r~~~~~n7s~mi:!!~~r~t~ An example of the disloyalty, if ~~~:;~n~hi~~d ~~~e t~ho:~ :~~~~~:~~ ;a~;~~~~; !~~u~·:c::~~iz:~ t~;a~;~r~:nsha~ ~~:Y o!a:o~~·n~~~t oa:td ~::kine~t:~si~:~: f:'~:g~~~~~~s~;;s which is and original, and which set them apart ~~~ t~:i~e:r~~~e:Ya::r~~~~ ~~:!n~~l<\lt ;: ·these fi lthy vermin have been allowed to cently when a bill was passed from other areas. effort to ~stablish military dictatorship .Permeate government agencies. Senate and sent to the House This !s especially true of Idioms here. Suppose we just take a look at the ding the display of the United and pronunciation of words which are The measure was indefensible from et' 'methods" employed by some of the wit- tions flag in a position equal to or almost as varied in different sections ery standpoint and it must ha,·e been nesses before these committees who wrig- peri or to that of the flag of the Unit- of the country such as the East, ::\:lid- hard for any honorable and .pat~iotic _ mem­gle, squirm and lie to avoid admitting ed States. West, Pacific Coast and the South, ber of C~ngre~s to .suppor~ tt, smce 1t _was ~~~~~" Pt~r: l"m!~i~a~a~~nv:~•:m~~~t i~o wo~~~~ The bill was opposed, believe it or as they are in separate countries. ;o~~~~prmt for regimentation of Amenrao apparently hundreds of government em- not, by individuals and newspapers We love all American accents, dia- Now the -president has ordered the ?\'a-ployes have taken part. who feel that the United Nations lects and vernacular language so long tional Security Training Commission. whabo Every single one of them follow the should be given equal, if not higher, as it is natural to-those who are speak- ever that is, to review the bill to determine same pattern and refuse to answer and rank, than that extended the emblem ing. in the man~er of the section from if it could be put over now. thwart the committee at every turn as of their own country. which they hail. It seems that even with "peace" jn Ko. they have been instructed to do by the We can even admire mush-mouth rea, we are io keep on fighting interminablt Reds in the legal profession who coach When we consider views like Bostonese when used by those who are wars around over the world and defend them. expressed by those calling born to it but deliver us from the ex- foreign rount.riee who refuse to defend A typical example is that of Henry H. Americans, we realize how troverts and show-offs, like some Hoi- themselvea. Collins, Jr., whose testimony or rather re- been the propaganda of lywood actors, who try to disguise . . . . .· fusal to testify, takes up a whole pamphlet years against this ~~e~ss~~~o;~ ~~~~o~~~~~tc~~~~~~d wo~~=:t ~~:i!ec~;t.yp~~~~~~ ~~~~~::~~3 - recently issued by the Sub-committee of government and its three men he wants to serve on 1t. On• ~:ite~o~7ai:!:e s:~a::e otu!i~:;; .;~lli~~ Those who introduced the ~.In th~s connectio_n, we were qui~e of them h; a Massachusetts college prole• H. Jenner is chairman. to uphold the dignity of the Stars t~~~~r~~t~~e~m~~~~~ ~~0 t~~eh~~t :~~~a:: ~~!~~c~0:f~~~~Yw:~~e~ ~~~i: Before questioning Collins, the Commit- S~~pes were referred to as "flag dent's pr.ogram, to find tha~ she has Adler of New York. For some reason tee had irrefutable testimony and docu- wavers and maybe t~ey are but, largely_ discarded her charmmg Te~as which was not eJO:plained the presiden(l mented evidence that he was a member of tha~k God, they are wavmg the fla~ of dra.wl m favo~ of a mode ~f speaking said he wanted Adler to serve as Chair .. ~~~tyHa:,~li~h w:;:ra?:~l :! ~~:c~~~~~nii~ ~~;: e:'b~.e~uof~h~a~~te~~~.~~~asftder ~vdh~~~eJh:o e;:~e;:!~en~o~~:~~~~di~~~~ m:e predict. and hope for the same fatt behalf of Russia during World War II sptrators m the Umted Nations. If one covered their eyes, they could for this biJJ which It mel at the l1ands o! when Alger Hiss was riding high, wide well beHeve they were listening to the last Congress. and handsome in Washington. A book called "Reds In America" Eleanor Roosevelt and that·shouldn'ti---------- In spite of this affiliation, Collins held published way back i~ 1924 .and whose happen to anybody. ALLAS fAIR PRESENTf down one government position after an- ~ut.hor. was R. H. Whitney, lS mteres~· When the lovely Oveta said "con- D J ~~~:~ ~~:s ~~s ;:~~mh7ge~~~:la~~~ ~;~~ia~! ~re~ i~~~~~fon~~~~ iri\~~~irt~rrseo~~i~~~ ~~~:· ~~~:tt:~da~fa::~e0r~c~~~~~:~ 7~u~~ COMMUNIST fRONTER ON As ~es E. Murray, United St~tes Sen- ~~: ~~o~~~~sw~~e C~Jrt~~ ~~~~~~l who ourself fervently ~o~~fe!~~\~~~tt~! ITS SUMMER PROGRAM where she was born, The manapement of the T~xas StatC" Fait 1n. at Dalla.s \\eJH ahead with plans announced h ns remamed with that outfit until It was thiS country. Bmder IS now on the Ros- Some years ago while living in Chi- early in the ,S~ring and employed Jos9 outlawed by 3 Supieme Court decision ter of Membership of the United States cago, we had to take a lot of ribbing Ferrer of.!J~ll}\\OOd, me~ber o£ more t~an jo;~:~h~e ~:~:~~~::t ~f ~;~!~:~~:~r:~:;~ National Commission for UNESCO. ~~~hu:r o~~· ;~T~~~s 1~~15~.'~sb~~eita~~d~~~ ~io~~~e1: ~:~I;l~~ ~~;:;n~~:.;~:;o;~,~:~~;~~ was honey-combed with employes of the ordinately proud of our native State Ferrer's sub,·ersi\'e affiliations were call .. same ideological stripe as Collins. We don't see why. there sho~ld and everything connected with it. ed to the attention of Fair officials by From there he .was promoted to the ~:;~g~~~o~ ao~yt~~~:~~~f I~~!fti:~;~~ One day we were the subject. of. an ~~~m~':::oy~~~~s oc!iti~~~s l;f~~vi~;ot:~~:! Wage and Hour Div1sion ?f the Department Agency. There is nothing sacrosanct extra amount .of good natured .k1ddmg whose actiYities in organizations set up of Labor where he r~mamed for a couple about a government agency and es- from some .fnends an~ a~quamtances for the OYerthrow o! the American gov .. of years. pecially one which has had some when 8 Chicagoan, thlnkm~ to come ernment are listed in the files of Im·csti- 1-Iis next assignment was with the Tolen q~es~onable .characters associated tf ~~r rescue, offered us thiS consola· gating Committees of Congress and th• Committee, a special committee of Congress With It, ,and shll has for .that _matter. to . . Ca1iforni~ Legi!,~ature. Their objectiona set up to investigate some silly subject ~e ~n !t ha~~eGe:~~~~~ ~ne ~~~.~~re~ ~~Don't pay ,any attenhon to them, were brushed as1de. like ''Interstate Migration of Destitute Citi- t Y th Y · Y f b J my dear. When yo~ have ~een ~ere a In insisling on hir ing Ferrer, Fair of· ~:.~~~h ~~il;~!:,:::!~~\!' !~: ~~:~~~~~ ~~~\~~e;•.~eot~c:ru ;~~nci~ P:t~~~e~~: l~~rr~;l ~~o~;,,o~o '~~i~~~~v~urs!~!i~~:all ::c:~~Y ~~~;; :;:~c~~~ ;~~~~n~h~:,;i~:~'w~:~ to th1s co~m1ttee, a pomt which ~he Jen- "God forbid. In the first place I to Dallas to e.ntertam Fa1r Park patront, ner Comm1ttee was careful to bnng out. don't intend to stay here that long and they were at hberty to do so. Following that he was "loaned" to the at that point and from there on out he in th~ second place, 1 don't want to It must be rather discouraging though Small Business Committee of the Senate; refused to answer •·on the grounds of the talk Hke all the rest of you.11 to patriotic ·Amerir..ans in the entertain~ ~~~e:~~~~ ·::sn:d·~u~~c~~m~~:e~r;f ~;~~ rh~thu~:~n~:t:~ .. :o ~~ele~;;s~~~:io:u~~ mi~t i~vft~vorh~erfl~~:rr\~~sto abned ab~:e~~ ~:~[s :·~~ldwh:h~a:;\~;~a~lo~~ ~:;r~:a: tary ~fa1rs on Technolog~cal Mob1hzat~on; tions were fired at him all of which he or to mingle with the lowly and hum- vers~ve groups and acttv1t1es, to be passed ~~lt::~~~mt:a!~t:: .~=:~t~::~~~g:~: h~~t:! ~;:~~~~te~? h::.wer because it might "in· ~ieplf~: i~~li~~efhrfur0~:a~~nf~e a~~ ~~~~~~caf:v~~sJ{ut!~::e a:;o w:en~;~~~: ~~~:~d ra~~:ai;~~h bo~~~:\~/I!;m~0 d=-~~~ All this was printed i.n pamphlet form i~i~~~!i~fo;:.~a;~l~s!n~atso bhee n~~~~~ ~;;1:!:~ t~h~;Eirp:~~=r~:~~h~r Russia as ~::t, ~oe~:e;~!~ ~Y:i~!~a~-~l~~:~n~:n:ho~~~ ~Y a~:e~;::~: ~~~-~or:~~~~t~: ~:: 0~~~hd~! whatever the occasion or the company.l------- --- cer with the rank of major; ,\..ben the the bleeding hearts in the Universities, We wonder if serious Americana war. wa~s .ended he came str~ight as a i~ ~he National ~ouncil of. C!"JUrches, the A Senate report recently issued don't often ponder these days on ~,:"~~~g apj!~g:eas~k w~er~as;~nf~~n s:a~: ~t~t;~n~:~t-!i~~c~:.~:P ~~~~~~!~o~heo;,m:;:. shows that during 1951 and ~952 Eng- whether it ~s. worse. f.or their c~untry ~e~~r:n:.~i~i~i~~r:~IyO:C~~~::\:::if~~:~~ ~:=,h~;~1i':.~~ b; ~hoi~;·::~e~s o~0 c:~~::::. ~a:v~e:e~~s:~~~~~~h~:~s \~~i~~b~e:ss~~ ~~il~~l~e~:~i:~ !~t v~~~~;s;:~~::~~~: oi which he at once became "Chief". C\'en though the matter concerned the in- never could have kept her supply and weak-minded ones who do us ill Following his disassociation with the terual security of the United States. lines open to Korea during the past without realizing it. W~ich reminds ~~~~to~e~;rt~:n~!:ricba~a~:ss~:ec;~~~~ The next time a commu~ist sympathizer three y.ears. The.report also suggests ~::~a;;~~e~~~-~?,\~~~sv~~e~~~ ~~v~: t~te for t~o ,years whi.ch wa~ one affilia· ~i::a~ ~~! .~:1e~~:d~;.e:~ ~~~a~h~~:~n~~a; ~~~~g~~~~b!u;~~a he~a~ur~eo:te n:::~ trusted, a knave ot a fool"? !;:ea~:d d~~ :h:e~:tii~:~c:ta~;~n;r~~e had or. the other chairmen of investigating .com- she is stockpiling it for future use. From then on the Committee ~unset ~~tlte;::n:n~b:~Pt~eth.~~eatl~o:~do~:r'~~~~ D~ar old England, what a wonderful ve:~il;p~~a~~b~;e~d~~~~ms~l~c~~~ read one charge after another about his dreds of dirty traitors being interrogated frtend and Ally_ you have ,turned o~t as a member of the Atomic Energy Communist .connections, made by Conner by these chairmen who either lie or refuse to ~e to the Uruted Stat~s._ We cant Commission but at least he was con .. Communists who had worked with him in to admit their part in the Communist wrut to send you more mlllions of dol- nected with'the business management the Ware Cell but be became tongue-tied world conspiracy. lars. of the school and hi not a professor.. _ Page 8 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI Korean fiasco Renews Question of How Long A - -Nation Can Survive Without Strong Leadership August, ltSJ As \\e turn m our cop\ a "huce' · During the campaign last year the~ has been signed m Korea NOW They've Gone And president and his speakers stressed WEST TEXAS CHURCH GROUP 1\o one seems to kno• 1 \\hat this the need for a return to the two-party JAKES COURAGEOUS STAND ~;~~n~nd11 ~~~~~~~t those llho HegotJ Made US (ry. 800 Hoof :U~:~~;11~11~0~-e~~;·~~~;;e:;;~~ r~a;t R:~ out at Albany In west Texas, the 'll~ POLITICAL HERMAPHRODITES WHO RUN WITH THE HARE AND TRAIL WITH THE HOUNDS. It is the first experience of the One of the hirelings on the CIO would solidify and sh-engthen the thews Memorial P•·esbyte•·ion Chu•·rh h" United States in starting a fight and News whose name escapes us recently Party by ctepeading on those whose adopted a resolutiOn wh10h leaves no doui>t then baclnng up, appeasmg other na- wrote a lengthy article m that sheet loyalty was unchallenged and whose wh.,·e this group stands on Communist io- !~~~y'~~ t';;:,k:~~~ ~~~~~~;~~~~~c~o ~~~i ~~~~1°1~1~~:~~i~~t:;:d,~~~ ~/\.~~ei~~~~;: Republicanism was unquestioned to filhation among the ciCigy, can be said except to remark the great ance" and that we were practically un- guide his adnumstrahon and shape Its Included in the resolution was this vecy tragedy wherein twenty-five thousand known. policies. definite stateln('nl of J>osiiion by th> ~~~~~~~: ~~:.e n~~~le:,s~~In~~~ :~~J To prove this claim, the writer s~id Instead he has seemed to delight in church authorities: t' that he lni~~~:g11 had JUSt made a tnp over surroundmg himself and callmg mto/ ''Resolved that tn• go on rC'cord tha "'e 1~0~: ;r:cedure was so cock- ~~~nct ~~,~~- ~~~i~oh ~~~t~~~~ii~~:~e~i~ his councils those who are neither do not believe the Fir,t Amendment > e.y· eel .. c_razy a_ n.d i.~defensible ~hat it ~hat he was right and that \ve had no ?emo~ratlii nor ~epubhcan.s b~t who/ the Constitution grants immunity to an was probably mentable .that It end mfluence \\'hatever. IUn Wilh lhe ha1e and trail mth the citizen, be he clerg,·man or not, In the pro­" Ilh neither Side wmning and \\·ith the \\'e are not going to waste much hounds. visions of parag•·aph 1 of Section 3 of Ar- f,1;;~;~p~~;o;;~·~·t b~~~e ~~~ne~others tim; or many words ,on :he gent but We are thinking now of his recent ticle III of the Constitution or to any Ia In the first lace it was a war which t~~~~: IS one thmg \\e \\ould like to invitation to Barney Baruch, and other relating to subversive a."ivitios agaiust t~c we were not pallowed to call a war . . political hemaphrodites - who don't government of the Um!ed Slates, and '"' even though rivers of blood stained ,11~1 ii;~~~OISt~~~~~~: ~n~onn:;~~ahva~1~~; care who is president so long as they it fudher resolved, That we urge that the the battlefields and the young lads attentiJn to it why did hi,l' s~periors can have entry to the White House - PI'Oper department of govemment be r,• sleepmg there are _JUSt as dead as tf authorize him' to spend hundreds of to dine with him and participate in a qui red to investigate thoroughly any el'i !~~~~r~~da~;r,~~-i!~~~~~:;'~sr;~o~~~ 7~~~ dollars II:avelli~g all over the South confidential political conference. dence of subvei'Sive activi!ie> among any flict. y just to PI ove It. " . " Maybe this is what he is pleased to of the clergy ~r-lay oCC!cers of any church It was a war which was never de- wh~l~~d 1[h~~;;~ ~{ th~o ~;'6'?;;,~~~~- call a middle-of-the-r~ad . policy but ~~it;~h~ra,;:~~~;ut~ato:~~n~~!~~vnho 1:ho~~; ~;~;:J ~r. ;~~~~fJ!nat"~~~~g~~~~~ ~~! ~~~~~~na'got~h;~~be~e~~~p~~ s~or:e ~~~;~ ;;::c~~s st~~~e~!~a~i~~ !:m~~~~ be fou~d g~:lty under due coui'SO of !a~v ConstitutiOn and assumed the preroga- thing to discredit the Southern Con- of his Party would be sidetracked in be pumshed · !:~~~ecfh1~,~mba~~~J ~~~~e~o t~here~~~ servative, no matter what it was? favor of opportunists in both P•rties The patriotism and Americ~n splrli which sent the American people. • The C!O should not have wasted its who have no understanding of, nor prompted the Albany mmiSter and his It was a ~ar in whic~l a tc""t A~e~i- :n°1~ite~~t~hj;~~;e~f t~i~~Pt~Y;:o~~ ~~~~~~~ !~rje;~~rs~~nciples of either ~~~a~~:e"~: w::swr~~~n; :::;,~:a~~~~A~er~;a:ou;::rc~:~e::":ecob:: it. rom u y ,\~~t i~~o~f:~~:.;nw~~~se;;:;iv:a~s a~: ' He~e, typical of the great _majori;y of re-lt was a war in which ammunition ready decided in advance about the What became of California's laws hgwus leadCI·s In the United Stale• but bought and paid for by American tax- matter. against mixed marriages and owner- the seven thousand subversives In the put-payers' money was sidetracked and Don't they have any confidence in ship of land by aliens? They were pits of America are pollu ting the minds of Withheld from our fighting men m their own j udgment? Wiped out by proviSions m the Charter hundreds of thousands of American• each th~:rw~:r:e;::~u~~h~:d 0:;ir::,ts :':! All right, so we'~e not important ~~;~e E,~i:;g.a~;t~~~f~~h:.~::Pf~a~~~ ;::~. ::~.::•Y should ~•ad In tn~\~uc;ed / 0 h:end d t~eir ~r~ops ln:o ~~~~t~1 eof~?e~n~wl~e~~~~ujs;~~0:a~i~~; ~R ~:u~~~ ~f"tj;~";,~~~h~n~ht:kfai~~~~ Aside l•om our admiration lor the oour­w~ n eanJ ,:gere a~~ldie1I~s ~~ren°con~ ~:;;";~~~ ;~ ~~~r~e~~':J~e~,f ~r:;r t~~~ ~fm!~~n!~:;a~~ t~~ J:~:tlt~t~onB~~c~~~ age of the Albany cong,·egation, there Is • pelled to fight w~th theu hands tied Judith Coplin, Paul Robeson and other United States which protects our sov- more personal reason why we ar~ proud behmd their ba:ks. . notable Citizens who have tned va!i- ereignty is a case of deliberate and of their actwn. We were born in the It was a war III which some of our anlly to render outstandmg serviCe criminal negligence. country a lew miles from Albany and ships and those of our ''alhes" were to their country by undertakmg to our lather, who was a de~·out Presbyterian, :::~~1~:d a:Jr m~t~ri~;"~~p~~~at~n~;; ~~~~f~~;;~t.improve on our system of David Dubinsky, president of the is buried there. to be used against Amencan forces. In the meantime, we are just aboul International Ladies Garment Work- 1 _________ _ And now we have signed a "truce" crushed because the CIO News doesn't ers Umon, IS now workmg for a thir-after almost two years of negotiation like us but we will just have to try to ty-hour \\eek. fo1· his. members With Press repo1·ts suggest that Paul with barbarians who are devoid of struggle along, somehow, without Increased pa; he said In a. recent Hoffman, the agile "Liberal" who ~cu~n~s ~~~c:~eho;0e~!bt~~~uhu~~;n ~~~~~ !heir approvaL Pn~~~Icc~~~t~~~~~~~- ~~:~u1f1~~ ~~ ~!a~~~: manages to play in with e?ch natio~1al leaders ~or their g!Jlib;fity and • ing means that the "Ladies" will admm1stratwn, may be given a_ high lack of wit. Forergn Ingrates Who eventually refuse to work at all while top-secret ]ob soon by the president. •~ ~~~T;h:;e, i~w:th o~l~e wf sila~s~c~o1 v~m gaik~effsh ~u~si iwO~ovnf:dee~r Abuse Our Hospitality ~I;e~:;•t~~:,.on.~~r~:.1~d~~gn~~r ~0~~\:~; ~ t_hat's tr~\;'e think tha\ A~r;.so~•· . Albert Einstein, the scientist. has service" Is no longer a funny gag. ot';~:••;~u~aJ~m~:~il~:d ~:~~;d ~;s~ strong and able men to sit in its coun- gi,en anoth:r demonstratiOn of his be given assignments and just make ~~:tii~~ke its decisions and gmde Its ~~~;~~~;)'~1/t ,;h~~h~~~~th~i1; f~"':~~ to r;~eM~~~!:f,ol~~s!~b~~n~f ~he~e~~~~~ it <>ne big, happy family, ----------1 sh~~·~~~ ~~~~~~~lt~ ~~~~:sd ar~o~v:a;~~: ~;;~r:~~~~~~~;s ,0tu:,~e o~~~t~d r~;~l~~ I---------- A Wonderful Suggeslion Bul a:?~ei~v~,~~~~gu~~s~l~m~::i~~SCo~o ::~:'di~~;i~~ ;r,~u~O!~~;ep,c~e~ge~h~~= m2e a:t:::st~~ 7:t~h~IO~:r~~~o ::~ If Doesn'f Mean Anyfhing ~~~~~~~;;~e":~~f;;t\~,teshfy as to then· r,avorin!! the change insisted that the feelings of the people in foreign coun- A cartoon in a leading Texas paper sug- He gave this advice to a Ne\\' York i~~~:~:et~J \~et;~r#r~;~~ ~~. .~ ~us~~~J~ t~~~~ than they are in their 0\\'IJ peo-eesis that the simple solution In Korea school teacher in a letter which was and they proposed to do something P e --Hon. Dame! A. Reed, member would have been !01· General Douglas Mac- reproduced and commended by the about it. The resolution was defeated of Congress from New York, Amen, Arthur to have been sent there to handle "Liberal" press. which was considered quite a victory brother, lh~h~~tu::io:. wonderful suggestion which in[~~ ~bs~"tJ~c~s c~~~:if~e~·i;v~~:;te~~; :~~d ~~~:~::f:y sl~I~Oat :~~s~~~::~~s"t~~ 1---------­~";~~~ e~;la~:~r~:t o~.~::n!r~~s A.:;~::;; ~~~hr~~fo~o Jra~eof[~~~;l~~i~~rtr~{e;~~ ~~~1~n~Ible in the new Standard f "ii,n ama~~¥Dthing ~bo~t the misuse In Wa•hlngton to indicate that the m~asure gating Committee, he has belonged • o e wor . emocucy is that edu· of statesmanship and patnohc devohon to to approximately fifty organizations I N y . cated, intelligent and well-read per-this country's welfare which would be nee- since coming to this country which are d :~ te;;; ~r~ r~~ently, 'h was re;e~l- sons insist on using this designation ess1~Y c\~ ~~~P;~: ;~;~m~odecision, prevails Communist-controlled. Xmer~can eFeaer~:io"~e~: La~~orna~e tn~ in referri~g to the United _states. Of In ' Y · If those in authority in Washington longer me1hbers of the Americans for course thrs term as applied t<> thiS General Douglas MacArth~r has always were possessed of the courage, back- Democratic Action. They withdrew country was originated by our domes. ~~;~i;~:st':~:t~;.·~i~~ ~om;~~;~i~~;r;~~ :; ~~~=c~n~f moa:rho;~b;r~ ~:;:a~t~ig~~~g ;~~~t~~ ~'ae~e~:~si::~~~~/~o~r~ tic Reds, budttinfor~ed person:n like tie-ins with, any subversive or propaganda a vile specimen as this old goat ~ho ;.,_ of the Union, because of ADA's PO· newspaper e. ors w o are not the aroup and whose Prtmary concern Is the spires defiance of constituted author· sition which "is almost identical with least subversive also refer to this Re­tacurity and safety of his own country. ity would be sent back to the country the Communist Party Program, and public as a "Democracy". We Will There is no place for General Mac- from which he came so quickly that the demands of Soviet Russia in the never understand it ll we Uve to be - Anhur in the current ptcturo. it would mPke his bushy head swim. United Nations." a hundred.
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