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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 2, No. 1, January 1951
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  • Darden, Ida M.
Publisher Southern Conservative
Date January 1951
Language English
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  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
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  • Fort Worth, Texas
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  • Ida M. Darden Collection
  • The Southern Conservative
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Transcript / Sec.34.66 P.L.&R. U. 5. POSTAG& PAID Permit No. 1661 Fort Worth, Texu ToE SouTHERN CoNSERVATIVE -To plead for a return of Co11stitutionnl Governme11t- Vol. 2 Fort Worth, Texas, January, 1951 No. l AMERICANS SHOULD STAND WHOLEHEARTEDLY BEHIND TRUMAN IN THE PRESENT EMERGENCY AND THROW HIM OUT IN '52 The Measure of Greatness Is to THERE IS NO HOPE IN IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS SINCE ALL AVAILABLE MATERIAL IS CUT FROM THE SAME CLOTH Prove That You're Not a Communist Every adult American with the mental astuteness of a moron realizes Nothing could have been more stu- ~'----------1 ;r:~i~: 33~~ ~~tr\~~is~~-i~~ e~fer~is~i~~:~n a~d g~I~~ ~~e~~v~l~J~c~eo~x~~-~~;~gi~; ~~d ~~ee~tii~~f~~~~/~a;n:h~o~~~b~;i~ Truman Runs True To behalf or our country u we are to snrviv•. :t~s~~:~;t~~~~-~~~r~Yoih~ef:~~~~ent form In Naming Radical caus;ho~Y,:!~~ ka~o~vi~~;\,'~~ ~~~evf~~i~:.d n3:u~~~tPf!:~~~s~~~~ic state ba· By yrovmg that ~he was not a card- The President was running true to That this leadership has bordered on disloyalty to the interests of carrymg •. dues-paymg member of the form when he appointed the high- this nation is attested by developments which unfold every day such as Commumst Party, she has.been ma.de bracket radical, Eric Johnston, as the discovery that until very recently, and long after the conflict in Korea to appear as a great Am~nca~ patnot Economic Stabilization director after was under way, we were shipping material to our enemies which aided who deserve.s some spectal tnbute ~or firing the incumbent who apparently them in their fight against us. ~~~up~elongmg to that subversive ~;~~~~Jut~~ ,~~!~~ enough when he This included large quantities of penicillin and other "wonder drugs'' What about all the rest of us who Eve..'1 while he was president of presumably intended for those North Kore.ans and Chinese Communists have never even been suspected of be- tile United States Chamber of Com- who had been wounded in battle against American Armed Forces. ~~1h~· ~;\~~~~n~~~~~~~~i~~~il;Je:~y ,~h~~ ~eer~~~<;o~~~~~e~~fs~;~l. a}~~~s\~~,.~!-~~ That the president of the United States is making_ preparations to e~er'? Don't we ?eserv.e some kind of playing footic with _lJhor union lead- ~~a "~hoeci:ln~~~~~~:', ai1~1o t~~fr~te~1~~lin ~~t~~?~ 1~il}~~!1sh'~r a:;~\;"~~-·! ig~~1~ l~~i~~t~d~~~~r~os~~~~:.~~~~o~f ~~~c~·e;~fi~;. ~;.!c~~dal~~~fr "~~~:~flsinit~~tie~'-~,king bxpaycrs to in:,tall Socialistic proposals as permanent pohrH's of goV('rtl· ations but are able to prove that they His h'JP to l{U.wa ~\Here he \~as ~en~a_J~~sl.O.R~~t~~~~.l~ ~!~ ~\~~~~~·.ld War II, is ohvinu:; f(J an\' OIW ''"ith have never joined up? agreeably impressed with conditions th~~~~a~~n~~: ~:t~t;.ot t~;n;~~ ~f ~?:,~~. f~~f~,~~~g b~0 s~~~r~fe;:a:~lt~~~ natio~~t o~n1lu~r~;~c!~1cd0c~l~~~i!~~~~ .. [.o~~~~l~ f~oe\o1~~t t\!:~·o=~~~~~~~~ those of her particular political ideolo- sociation wifh the motion picture aud political concepts on which the Republic was founded ~y having alien gies are actual members. Results are industry in Bolly\\OOU. otherwise policies and practices forced on us under the guh;e of war-time emergency. not achieved that wav. known as 11Little .1\IosCO\V" has equip- An example of the conception of Washington officials of their re· 1 Some day, if the President doesn't p~d him ideologi~ally f~r. a~sociation sponsibility in a world .crisis is presented in the fact that while enemy watch his step he is going to slip a with Mr. Truman s SocJahshc set-up. forces have been outthinking them at every turn in their plans for the cog and appoint some one to some Only recently John~t~m was 111 subjugation of this country and while diabolical brains in the Kremlin, ~~~~e0~~~~0~~; ,~~t1!i~~ ~~:t~=~·~;'~~~ ;~~a~i~Y~~~~ure~n~v~~vi~~~~nfn ~~~,~~~~f fi~~u~1s:l'l·~~r~heh~7~e~e:no~~~ea~~1~·e;~~r~~~r~~r~~~r 01;a~i~~a~ck.~~~~~~ h~~~ kind ag:tinst them and no suspicion in Holly\~·ood sty~e 111 ~ehalf of attempts been devoted to the monumental and earth-shaking problem of propC't =~~ Ju:~~~r e~!r s~~;~~~1i;,e ,\~~!~i~~:t !~0,~01;i~t~~~~i~~,~hir~c~~~~e ~~j~~~io!~ ;.'{ga~: oY~~at~~~~·~e~~d N~~r~e~e~~Pt~gsi~~~~:~=r~ ,~~t/t~t "~~~~~ i~~1s~1r~int~~ be something to "'1~~e home about? ab~h~~eth~i~~~~~sceJ~sfor~ourse were And when they were not pondering this gigantic movement for the part of the worldwide propaganda uplift of the human race, they were devoting their combined E.'P.Crgics Jealousy Of MacArthur fl~~p~:ar?n ~~~~isa~o~~~~~tt~/t~:~~~~~ ;~~~~{~f ~~~\~~J0al~ur~\~~t~n t~~n~~~~~~e~a~1;a;~~s ~o~;.~l~~c o:ag~~ ~~~~i~~:~i Flares In Washing!on h~~.o~~e~ a'~~i~~.~~~\~~;ss;e~~~ouars ~~~vi~~~?{ ;~~~~l;'h.~,go~~~~~keof~c;'•1.~~;;ric0'~~v~~~1s.r;,org~~;n~~~~~~~~~~ We do not know what a director squandering ever invented by power-crazed demagogues with their f1sts Official jealousy of General Douglas of Economic Stabilization is as that in the public till. ~l:~~~th~~ '~~~!chn~~~na~eea~m?~i~t~~~ ~ei~~o~~~~~Jo\~-it~h~h~ ~~~srsc~~~ ~~~ In the universal Battle of Wits now raging throughout the world tions of bOth Roosevelt and Truman to stant threats of war during the past our leaders are unarmed and giant problems must depend for solution an unparalleled degree broke out eighteen years, but we are willing on Lilliputian minds. again in Washington recently. to ~et tha~ labor leade_rs and other Impeachment proceedings, a demand for which has r£>verberatcd This was in the form of a notice that rad_Jcals w_Ill not fare Ill under ~ny throughout the country as the p~o~le have come to realize the confus~d :~~~o~~~~· ~aJP~:;n f~~~~vn of~o~e ?\~~: ~~~~:k~~·h1ch he m~y have occaswn ~~~~~:erV~g vre~/~; th!ria~f t~~~~ ~~~is~a~~~ ~fo\~~v:~;~~~\)~~~,~~t~11:er1~st~~\'1~ !~~~;,rc0a~~~~~~~~erred to an Eighth cife~a'~1i~f0~.0 ~~t:1 ~~ss !~~~~~h~e~t are of a matching calibre. It. was reported that MacArthur's FOUR PAGES to m;e: ~~~Ys~~;~~{:ed~~l~o~d~~ ~~~ l~~P~~tt~o t~?uh~e:f~~?i~r ~rt~\ft~~~~=~: ~~a~~ea~~~~~ i~a~~~~.cC:u~a:r~~et~~-~~; of ambiguous and conflicting rules which will be thrown at us when sto;~~~ fsn~ ~~~~r~·it~nt~ed~~~~~a~!~~~is- THIS MONTH the r1~dta:::t~r~~~s ~;a~~ ~~a~~i';!~st, they should keep their memory played by Roosevelt who kept up a Since we are four weeks be green as to the causes which have led up to the tragic status of our nation running barrage of criticism of and hind schedule, due to an accident in world affairs and make a determined effort to clean out the wholl} propaganda against this great military which put us out of commission Truman administration in 1952. man who towers head and shoulders for that length of time, we are The program of austerity before us is going to be tough and espe· over Washington officials and shows issuing this edition in four-page cially on those of us who have fought, kicked ~nd screamed in vain warn .. them up in their proper dimensions. form, but will return to our reg· ings for years about the corrupt machine politicians in Washington wh() b/~~a~r~~~t~~a\~~~~~~{,h~f ajr~al~esi~ ~!;~ eight-page edition in Febru- f~~r~h~~~e~~~~ bhaeven~~~f t~;~~r~;e;u~~d b~~nR~l~~J~0itu!~t!' jeurstst~:~~~r, superiors in all the qualities by which The Editor. with no regard or concern whatever for the best interests of the country, the stature of men are measured or the welfare of its people. Millions of Americans Think It-The Southern Conservative Savs It ;.._P•.::..g_• 2 _____________T H_E_S_OU_T_H_ERN CONSERVA~T~IV-E=- ____________Ja_ nuo,y, 1951 The SouthN'Il Conservathe Federal Council of Churches A.~:?~~j~\u ,r;;:~l~,~ti:o~t Of Christ Goes Underground natimzal circulation. The Tenth Amendment To The Constitution of The United Stotes : TJ1e polt'ers not delegated to t11e United States by the Con­stltfltioll, ~!Or prohibited by it to t11e States, are reserved to tile States regpectively, or to the people. California City Wins Fight Against Red Propaganda The Publ ic Schools of Pasad ena, Calif or· January, 1~~1 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Houston Methodist Church Throws Out Communist-Inspired Publication St. Paul's Methodist Church of Houston Is to be congratulated for What Happened To The Fifty ~~n~:~,·~~ ~~·g~~·~s;;~:a;~~;:~.~:e~;: Million For Korean Defense! erature being circulated among mem- we do not think it is of the slightest bers of that great denomination. importance to the state of the union wheth· The Adult Student, a publication :~:~nn~~1~~~~~~~~ ~;;~~:n\~a~l c~~~~ ~,;~:~~ devoted to subversive foreign propa- all over the place without affecting the ganda and which has been heavily economy of the country at large, one way circulated by the Methodist Board of or the other. Education is forever barred from St. we do, howe\"er, thjnk that tt is high Paul's following a strong resolution time that her old man started to "sing" and passed by that church in which this tell the ~merica~ taxpayers what happened and other subversive publications ~~-e~efo~r~m:~~~::n d~~;~a:: i~o~:t:Y K~;;; were strongly condemned. but which, apparently, 80t diverted into The resolution said in part: other channels. .. Resolved, that this Board rec- Sin~e ~he president hA~ outgrown the ommend to the Board of Christian Const_1tutwn a~d has annou~ced boldly that ~~uca~o~ ~f ·t S~. t~a~r~ Methodist ~~e:~~-e:c~ew~~~~uf~t,a;ltthsC:~~s ~~ ~:n1~;e:: ch~~~~h an~ .o~r C~1~rc\~l sch~~~s~o 11~1~ ;~~io~:paa:~r~a~~e~~el~·;s 8~~o~~~~:h0e: h~~ mediately dtscontmue the use. of the gets too big to be restrained by the instru­Ad_ ult Student a~d see to 1t that ments they have set up for that purpose neither the Adult Student ... n~:n· --o-- ~~1d ~~h~~~;;'V~io lil~~at~~~d: ~i'~~~ There Is No Place Here For ~~~J~n~r 0~th~~r P~~~~r~h th~~u~~u~~~ Any Flag Except "Old Glory" ~~~~~~ ~~ ~~~rf~r:;hno~t~n.g. ,;or our toT~; ~~~P~~a~f ~olt~:d~n~~;; ~:~7o~~·g~~ ORDER YOUR COPIES OF "MY NIGHT" NOW The publication of "My Night" In book form has been unavoidably delayed but work is being rushed on It and we hope to hove it completed within the next few weeks. If you hove not already ordered copies please do so now, using the following blank for that purpose. Price $1°0 Each The Southern Conservative, 703 Flatiron Building, Fort Worth, Texas. Enclosed Is check for $ ....... for. . . . . . . . cop;.s of the book "My Night" to be published by your paper in the near future. Two other publications advocating ·•proper occasions and In appropriate .•••..•••••.•••. , .• the same subversive ideologies as the places." City State Adult Student and which were barred A chairman of tile Denver Chapter of ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~J from the church hereafter by _St. the ''United World Federalists" was the 1 ~ Pa~l's Board \\.'ere Concern. and :\l?hve gent who made this plea adding that the which have als~ be_en Widely cucu- displaying of this flag will "gh·e all patriotic lated to Methodists m the past.-- Am~ricans a tangible opportunity to show Efforts to sabotage the American the~r suppor~ fo~· the Unite~ Nations a_nd system of free enterprise are some of ~e1r _determtnati_on to ~ustam It In restst· the charges Jeyel\cd against the Adult mg aJ med aggressiOn''. Student which had the cute little habit Bosh and baloney. of praising Uw govcmment system of Russia in practically all of its issues. Social mixing of the races is also strongly advocated by Adult Student and its associate subversive publica- How can ;my one \\.ith the _brai~s of a tions, of course. ~nat assert _that the Umted ~ahons Js_help­mg to "restst armed aggre~~wn" when one Action by St. Paul's is credited to of its principal members, Russia, is res­the alertne::;s oi certain ll1ethodist Jay- ponsible for the current war against us in men in Houston who worked quietly Korea? :~rde ~~~c~~~~~~·riWe:r~~~t~h~a~~~~\,~~ of ~~~r~::i~~~~i~~ti~~sc~~n~;;~:0:-~~c:~~:! had courage ~o. act when convmced fou!'lht wan; since the beginning of time and cf the authenticity of the charges. will still be fighting when the final curtain --o--- is rung down. Government Ghouls Kore~:~~~; u:~tc~~~a~~:nsfo;_~~Y.f~~~~i~!o~~ In Action ~!~~~~of~t~~se1~;o~~1~;·~:~.n c!:~str~~: :~~ ~~: billions of dollars which have bc~n spent The State of Pennsylvania and the United in setting up the United Nations and sup­~ tates Treasury, performing as ghouls rob- plying the representatives of various conn­bing the dead, have put in daims against tries with fine houses, limousines and other the $30,000,000 Garrett snuff fortune which luxuries paid fo•· principally by American totals 113% of its value taxpayers, is just good money poured down Under this sort of an "l,l'rangement, the a rat-hole MY NIGHT By the Editor As I go abouttheCO\Jntry and tra\"cl through foreign lands addres~Jin!( as!'.('mbliel'f, dedicating buildings and unveiling monuments, I meet thou~ands of people and aJ"Il One. of tll~t..iuQuirics_Jllosl frequently propO\mded to m(' JS why the tlnitccl Statel government shows such complete indifference to soc1ai CtnJU '>pu!b. Wf'Stern Borneo and why we haYC. failf'Cl to appropriate mnn('y to :-et up a system of day nur~eries for the children of working mother~o ID the Malay Archipelago. My reply is that our neglect of this obligation is probably due to a lack of social consciousness on the part of Americans who have been inured to our Capitalistic economy for so long that our ~tens}.. bilitiesha\-eperhaps.becomebluntedtohumanneedli. l always hasten to as.sure them, ho\\.e\·er, that Amal~amated Countries was set up to cure this defe.•t in a certain sense and that when complete unity is brought about through an effetll\"e world go\'ernment, th~se injustice!> will gradually disappear. A few nights ago I was in Washington where I had the pleasure of presenting a medal to my good friend Mr. B. A. Picket, the great labor leader, for his outstandina ser\'ice to human welfare by inciting the greatest number of strikes against monopo­listic industry during the past year, and in this way hastening the processes by whi('h we hope to achieve a true Social Democracy. I was deeply disappointed at not being able to visit with his wife and children dur· ing my trip to Washington but was unable to find the time. This was a matter of great regret to me unlillrealized, after thinking it over, that I was not CJUite sure whether or not he has a wife and children. ~:;~;vo:r~~!~n~:ll~~h!~g$~~'~'J~w;h~:~ Liberty is ~~dependence, \hey did not get. ~i~~ :~~::~.~l~~u:~e d:~~:::u::~ ut:~e!o~~~~~ my ~~~o~~c~ ~a:t::h:~ :~~ss:dh~:\:~mind me that I am getting along Jn years and that This sort of grand larceny is worse than evet· specious pretext he may attempt it, plain theft by highway robbers with a mask will merit the bitterest execration and the This failing was emphasized later when, passing throu~h a certain city enroul• and sixshooter for they, at least take only severest punishment which can be inflicted to a speaking engagement, I decided to drop of{ the plan~ and spend a few minutes such property as a person posesses and do by this injured country-George Washing- visiting with one of my sons and his wife. rno=t =foc=ce=h::::mi =t::::O: :::'"::::'"='u ~p=ad=d=tii=ona=] =o]o=t.~t=on=========]l and t~als, rt~~::;:l~;~efl;S:h:sliit:~·t!~~~r~s:;~:h~:r~;~~~=d :t~h: :;:;~~el ~~:~~ :~~~: Tillie.· FOUR FREEDOMS FOR REAL AMERICANS Freedom from interference by the Federal government, Freedom to work without being forced to join a Labor Union. Freedom in the choice of associahtl without dictation from rulal equality agitators. Freedom to earn, to save and to own property without fear of confiscation by Feder•l tuing authorities, Later, after talking wtth my secretary, Miss Bobson, I was relieved to find that my original impression had been correct and that the confusion was caused by a change in domestic arrangements of which I was not aware and which had occurred while I was away in West French Africa laying a cornerstone for a new roofless-type housing project being constructed by the United Stales government for the Senegalese Sun Worshippers. Last night I cancelled all engagements for a quiet evening at home with some of my grandchildren and my two little dogs. I enjoyed the evening immensely and spent some of th~ time looking over Jn1 heirlooms, including various treasured gifts from Royalty, and in polishing up our family coato.Of-arms and later corrected the manuscript of an address I am to deliver tomorrow night to a group which has been organized for the purpose of helping '­abolishthesocialcastesysteminou. Democracy. "_•a:_•_4_ ______- -,,--_____TH E_S_O_U_TH_E_R_N_C_ON_S_ER_V_A_TI_V_E- ------,------Ja_nua'r y, 1951 Vivien Kellems is a cr~dit and hon­or not onlv to American womanhood but to Anlerican citizenship, but, un­fortunately, where there is one wom­an in public life with her knowledge and understanding of fundamental h~111~~!~~ess s~b~~~~bfnef~~li~ethse~~ia~fs~ tic ideologies as propounded by Elea-. nor Roosevelt. Helen Gahagan Doug­las, Claire Booth Luce, Margaret Chase Smith and other radical female lead­ers ln both poilticai parties. And when we can see daylight again, we will try to acknowledge the most important o( the hundreds of letters \\'hich stacked up in our absence and to thank the givers of some lovely gifts from South Carolina, California, New York and other far-flung points of the compass. One of the very few compensations of being knocked out' of circulation was the pleasure of opening hundreds of Christmas greetings and cards from friends all over the nation almost thirty days behind schedule which was the equivalent of two Yuletides in one year. And next time, we intend to watch our step and look whera we're going. CIO "Industrial Union Councils" have been requested by a CIOofficial to maintain contact with district oHice1·s of the Boy Scouts to further the prog1·am o( the CIO. We would like to be informed of any service to the Boy Scouts which could be rendered by the CIO. Are they, perhaps. going to instruct the Boy Scouts in the ac-­cepted methods o£ wielding a black jack over the heads of non-Union members when the Scouts are old enoagh to go out into the marts of commerce to accept positions and make theirownwayT
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