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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 1, No. 7-8, July-August 1950
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Transcript HE OUTHERN Sec. 34.66 P.L.&R. U. S. POSTAGE PAID Permit No. 1665 Fort Worth, Texas -To plead fot• a return of Constitutional Governutent- Vol. 1 Fort Worth, Texas, July-August, 1950 No.7-8 CHARGES MADE BY SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE CONFIRMED BY HIGH AUTHORITY North Carolina Voters 'Elect A Real Democrat To The U. s.· Senate The voters of North Carolina join- ple of North Carolina in his sincerity. ed with those of Florida in repudiat- It is more than probable that the ing Socialism recently when they voters of that State very properly elected Willis Smith to the United decided that this is no time in the States Senate over the incumbent nation's history to risk the election Frank Graham, radical university of "Liberals" to Congress who, in too professor who was serving by ap- many cases, merely use the title to pointment of the governor of that cloak their Communistic activities. State. Friends of Senator Graham claim- Communism, Negro equality and ed that he did not know that tbe Truman's welfare state were the main scores of organizations he had joined issues in the contest. · were subversive but, again, the voters Smith campaigned against FEPC, probably figured that if he didn't the Brannan Plan and Socialized have judgment enough to recognize a medicine and although Senator Gra- Red organization when he saw it, he ham had expressed his opposition to would not have sufficient discern­all three o these measures, his al- ment to oppose the Communistic pro­teged connection with Com1nunist posals which these organ:zations an: , front organization. s had evidently I constantly undertaking to have pass­W~ the confidence of the peo- ed by Congress. SOUTH CAROLINA DELIVERS SMASHING BLOW TO TRUMAN AND RADICAL LABOR Tfie election of James F. Brynes as Governor of South Carolina and the defeat of J. Strom Thurmond as Unit­$ d States Senator from that State, would seem to indicate that in the fu­ture there will be a shift in leadership of the widening conservative forces in the South. Since G o v e r n o r Thurmond and Senator Olin D. Johnston, who was reelected, were running on practically the same platform, both being pro­labor, there was no issue involved in that race from which the Administra­tion or radical labor leaders can take a crumb of comfort. While the labor press has claimed a victory in the election of Johnston, the fact is that Thurmond had also l,ienounced the Taft~Hartley law in the 1948 campaign and, since he has never publicly retracted his stand on the f.ssue, it was accepted as his position in the recent election. In fact, it has been the pro-labor attitude of Thurmond and certain pther governors in the South which has been generally regarded as the weakness of the Dixiecrat movement, as most Southern Democrats who have opposed the New Deal and Fair Deal ~dministrations have based their op­position partly on the fact that Wash­ington has appeased and coddled radi­oal labor in order to win votes and Influence elections. In all South Carolina districts where labor practices and the Taft-Hartley taw were issues, anti-labor candidates !!ther won in the first primary or led People of Georgia To Be Congratulated The people of the State of Georgia are to be congratulated on the elec­tion of Herman Talmadge as gover­nor for the next four years over the representative of radicals and anti­segregation advocates. The South is doing all right in the four elections of importance held so far in this year's primaries which in­dicates, in our opinion, that the peo­ple are at last beginning to wake up and find out what is going on. We have always believed that the American people are sound-thinkers and that, in the final analysis, they will throw off all the alien propaganda which has been beamed at them for the past several years. the ticket in cases where run-offs were indicated. In the Greenville congressional dis­trict where practically all textile mill employees vote, the Taft-Hartley law was the outstanding issue. Congress­man Joseph R. Bryson who supported the Taft-Hartley law, defended his vote in speeches and in printed material generously circulated throughout the district. His opponent, Matthew Poliakoff, a member of the South Carolina legisla­ture who opened his campaign by in- (Continued on Page 7) FBI Head Says Communist Agents Seek Public Support Through Civil Rights It is only human nature for us to be gratified when time and events prO\f.:>ns to be right tn statements we have made and positions we have taken on public issues and when we are vindicated by high and unimpeachable authority, it is doubly satisfying. The editorials which have appeared in the Southern Conservative during its first six months of existence on Communistic activities in this country have been confirmed by the Honorable J. Edgar Hoover, Chief of the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the Department of Justice, one of the few governmental heads in Washington who commands universal respect of the people, regardless of their political beliefs. In testimony given by Mr. Hoover to a Senate Appropriations Sub-committee sev· eral weeks ago and which, for some reason not explained to taxpayers, was not re­leased for publication until much later, Mr. Hoover officially gave information which we have been publishing since our first edition and which any alert and patriotic American lrad already discovered for himself. Mr. Hoover asserted that although the Communist Party membership totals only 54,174 in this country, "there is a potential fifth column of 540,000 dedicated to this philosophy". He charged that these fifth columnists are members of the so-called Communist front organizations and that Communist Party leaders boast that these 54.0,000 r>er­~'} ,\;< ar<> ''feady, wiHing and able lo do the party's work', On page two, column four of the January edition of the Southern Conservative we stated editorially: "THE MOST EFFECTIVE WORK BEING DONE IN THIS COUNTRY TO PROMOTE COMMUNISM IS NOT BY ACTUAL CARD-HOLDING MEM­BERS OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY. THEY HAVE NO INFLUENCE OR STANDING. THEY DON'T NEED ANY. AS LONG AS AMERICANS OF RESPECTABLE POSITION AND BACKGROUND WORK FOR THE PRIN· CIPLES ADVOCATED IN MOSCOW, REAL COMMUNISTS CAN SIT BACK ON THEIR HAUNCHES AND SMILE WHILE OTHERS DO THEIR DIRTY WORK". On page two, column three, of the January edition we stat;d: "VARIOUS GROUPS DESIGNATING THEMSELVES AS LIBERALS ... SEEM TO US TO BE CARRYING THE TORCH FOR JOE STALIN BY AD­VOCATING PRACTICALLY EVERYTHING HE STANDS FOR IN ONE BREATH WHILE DENYING THAT THEY ARE COMMUNISTS IN THE NEXT. "IT IS NOT WHAT A MAN CALLS HIMSELF BUT THE PRINCIPLES HE BELIEVES IN WHICH DETERMINE THE LABEL OF HIS POLITICAL AFFILIATION. "SOME ONE HAS SAID THAT THE ONLY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PROFESSIONAL LIBERAL AND A COMMUNIST IS THAT THE LIB­ERAL TAKES A ·BATH AND CHANGES HIS UNDERWEAR. "WE WOULDN'T KNOW ABOUT THAT BUT IT SEEMS TO US THAT THE DIFFERENCE IS THAT COMMUNISTS OPERATE BY FORCE AND LIBERALS BY PERSUASION, WITH BOTH WORKING LARGELY TOWARD THE SAME END ... " Charging that Communists have developed "one of the greatest propaganda ma­chines modern civilization has ever known", Mr. Hoover said that they "capitalize upon ill-founded charges designed to enlist honest, progressive Liberals to support left-wing causes". Personally, we don't think there is any such thing as an "honest progressive Liberal" but ·we'll let that slide. . As an example, Mr. Hoover pointed out that Communist agents and sympathizers for years "have been seeking to gain public support through the issue of Civil Rights". He added that their sole aim in this is to create dissension. Resisting the natural feminine impulse to say "I told you so" we call attention, instead, to an editorial on page six, column one, of the February edition of the Southern Conserva'tive in which we stated: " ... FIRST IT SHOULD BE EMPHATICALLY UNDERSTOOD THAT THIS CAMPAIGN (CIVIL RIGHTS) DID NOT ORIGINATE IN THE SOUTH OR AMONG SOUTHERN NEGROES AND THE BETTER CLASS OF COLOR­ED PEOPLE RESENT THIS STIRRING UP OF RACIAL STRIFE AND HAVE DENOUNCED IT IN THEIR CHURCHES AND OTHER PUBLIC MEETINGS. "THE PLAN IS A DEFINITE AND IMPORTANT PART OF WORLD­WIDE PROPAGANDA HAVING ITS INCEPTION IN MOSCOW AND WHICH WAS TAKEN UP IN THIS COUNTRY MANY YEARS AGO BY CERTAIN (Continued on Page 7) Millions of Americans Think It-The Southern Conservative Says It P•g• 2 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI July-August, 1950 J_u_cly_-A_ug_us_t,_19_SO __________T_ H_E_S_OU_T_H_ERN CONSERVATIVE Page 3 TEXAS FLAG SHOULD BE LOWERED TO HALF MAST Tidelands Decision Denounced As High-Handed Act of Tyranny Tyler Oil Man Says Texas Should Secede From The Union Texas has had able representation in lts boundary was then described as follows· fight to keep the Federal government" from It might be well to rcmemlwr th:~l this confiscating its Tidelands but of course boundary matter was in!>tigated by the Fair no logic, facts, or brilliant presentation of "Said State, when admitted into the Deal and about five days prior to the date the legal aspects of the subject had any Union after ceding to the United States, the Supreme Court spoke, a grout> of bearing on the decision. The matter was all pubhc edtftces fotUf•cahons banacks, Texas cttlzens placed in VJce P•esJdcnt ~~~;~;dw~:~~~:~•;r~0~~~a~i~;. Suprome Court ec~g~'~','i..::~n ·~~~~t:~d b~n~~: ;;;•,,:~~ ~~;~, ·~ag:::,~:::· ,;~~~ ::.~.~=~i/'~~~ ~~::'::~ ~:~~·~,.~~~n:~,'~ b~f u~!~ ~p~~ m:~:w:v~~~r::n~oer~::n!~~~= ;i~~u~~:nh:~ ~~e d~~~t:dr ~:~::. :~~ ~~e::~u~~e t~~~ p;:~ :~~ o~~~;i:r~~;~~e~n~e::~~~~gp~~ati~!"!a!~ ~~~~er ~~~~;· !e~~e o~ni~:d F;t~~~e~caleis JA the whole matter than H. P. Nichols, a to relinquish all of its public lands. The Republic o! Texas, shall retain all the pub- About the only thing T~xas con claim at Tyler, Texas oil man who told .th~ story ~! Senate of the United States refused to li~ fund~, debts, taxes, and dues of every the moment is the me1no1·y of those valiant the Tid~lands, from ~he begmnmg until ratify this treaty for the reasons that our kmd, wh1eh now belongs to or to be due and marlyn who fought and died at the the day 1t was appropnated by the Federal public lands consisted mai-nly of swamps owing said Republic: AND SHALL ALSO Alamo, Goliad and San Jacinto. But,. pre­aovernment. £illed wi(h alligators and frogs, and it RETAJN ALL THE VACANT AND UN- sumably it is possible for that same court re:::t~~i~1r.a~i::ol:i~a~~aring in Austin ;:~ ::;i~~: :~~~~icT~::~ ~r:e~ :~se ss::;u:~ APPROPRIATED LAN~S LYING WITHIN ~~e~o!~dth:~s~~~t:net~=~e~~i~~r:a::s e::_~~:; The original boundaries of Texas ~m- llsl~a~::~. or about eight years after the ~~Sth~I~!~~~~ ~on~eli:~fi~~~=s t:r t::j:~:;~~~ ~:~l:Y n:'~u~:a~~~:t~~ ~~~~erot Gg~::~n~n:~~ :~:c·~~~h':!:~:~~~. . ~~:wt.~i'~t ~~~i=~ ~~;·,~,.~~U~ne ~~~~~:x ~:~:: ~. . ~h=d~~~~~ ~~te~f ~:;~:;;;:~ ':a~dr·e;!~~e =~:~:~b\;;~1:; .:.~~~i~;·,~' ;~f ~~::: ~;v~~~\:u'::~~~~ ~~~~e~o~:~~ !~~~e~~sit~~a~~ut: t~~tt~:r~~~ ~to~h:g~e:i~e:ntst:~~s, r:ti~i:~tybYo_rt:;n~=~~ ~:tb;Nd~~o~e~E~Ta~~a~dS~~~eD~::r:':~~ ~IL~~O~r~~~L~~~E~O:Ltl~e~,~~~~~~~~; ~~;~;:~~!'~v:;,dnc~·~~:~d~,:·~!u~d;~; ,~!~ ::::;~"~~~.:~r~:~~~~;~F~,:~~;;~;::~! ~~! ~~;~~~~~~-~ .. ,?0~v~:~~::;~TA oc;A~~~ h•;,:::"u::·~~'~' ::::::: cou~t has ro­;:~; b:ae;~e;::k~~e~a~~tb~~~h f~x~~,lU~~t n°e~~ instrument. u:~:E~o: 1;c:~s ~·exas has gone its way ~~:i~~~~ tec~;:t~~ \~~~~~~~:r~~n~~-e 1t;;::;. ~:~: deal, fair_ deal, or crooked deal. I shall Th~ second paragraph of the preamble relying upon the annexation agre('ment of Texas is left with but onE> cour:;e to_ pur· now cons1der only the coastal boundary state:;: 1845, but til(' c. s. Supreme Court at this sue: The people of Texas should msist o( Texas. "AXD be it further resoh·ed. THAT the late date holds in substance that the con- that the 52nd Legislature pass a resolution On Mareh 2, 1837 when the Senate of foregoing consent of Congress is gi\·en upon tract is but a scrap of paper _an? Texas secedirig from the United States ~nd again the United States adopted a resolution to the following conditions. and WITH TilE does not own. nor does 1t have Junsd1chon declare our State a sovere1gn nahon -THE recognize the Republie of Texas, its coastal t-~OLLOWING GUARANTEES, .TO-wit over its tidelands three leagues. or 101z REPUBLIC or TEXAS. ll.oge 4 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI July-August, 1950 Jui)'·August, 1950 All Rackets Not Operated By Underworld Gangsters THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE SENATE REPEALS 176-YEAR OLD LAW OF SEGREGATION Page\ The pictu re of the national in- , The l!nprecedented_ and unbeliev· vestigation into gambling is running TEXANS ARE ALERTED TO Did They "Bury the Corpse able. actwn of the Umted States Sen· true to form and at this point, we And Hide the £vidence"! ~~~ 1~u~~~~~J !~ct0~~~~~t~·~i~~:!~~ f! wish to put m our two cents and pre· DANGER TO PROPERTY Several months ago, two men were which segregation of the races has dtct the outcom~. The Big steal of the Texas Tide- C~it down in cold blood in Kansas E~e";~~~~5~n~~se ~;~~~d S~a;e~\:e~1'fY . What we ~on t know about gamb: lands by ~he Federal government has fhese men occupied sort of a dual five Democrats and four Republicans. ~mg _would flU a _large volume. Our alerted 'Iexans ~o the ~~nger they role in society, acting as Democratic They were outvoted, however, by ~gnotan~·~f~~~~err~~f ~v~e~~;.i c:~~~ may face. of havmg additional prop- henchmen in the daytime and oper- sixteen . Northerr: Democrats a!1d ~sn;,~ ilie difference between canasta erty_ ~onflscated by Supreme Court a~ing as underworld gangsters at twenty-six ~epubhcans "':ho co.mbm: ~~~seb~~c~e i~n~u;vrif;ever bet 011 a, ~:c;~~~;~00°~0~~~:~ t:~cs~st~::yi~ i>: m~h~~y were . mowed down with a ~dan1~ fo~t c:~~u~:~~~~ s~~i~~~~~aSt~ We do, ~o'w.ever, modestly claim a ture. ~:~:~~~o~~~ct1 ~d~hr~o~ic~~r~seot'~~! ~eg~~~s~~:~?b~nco~~~~lle~vr~t~~a~~~h~ fair to ~mddl_m g knO\~le dge ~~_the A case in point is that of the Bra~os president. eat and sleep together. manner m w h~c h top-fhght politiCians R~ver Conservation and Reclamation Because of their political connec- The proposal was not, of course, operate the biggest game and r acket District. tions, the incident created quite a original with the president, Joe Sta· of all. , The District seeks to build three furo_r a~ the time and a thorough in- lin havin~ be_en the first to advocate We give fu ll credit to the na ive dams on the Brazos River in Palo yesh gahon _o~ all the angles was p~o.m- the elimmahon of all racial dis· Tennessee senator for honesty of Pinto and Hood Counties for- which ~sed by officia ls whose responsibility crimination in. the Southern part of purpose and sincerity of motives in no Federal Aid is being requested, It w_as to probe _into the af~air. the Unite~ States _and t~e. Sen~te ac· heading up the current inv~stigation and has recently requested a finding SI~ce th~t time, the Silence con- tion confirmed his position _m the for we think he ~onestly believes that by the Federal Power Commission cer~~ng this double murder of ~he matter so far as the Army IS con· ~ho~tfc~~b~~~~~s~~stigated for its an- ~~;:cih~nf:~Jt~~~s ~~~~~e~~!. adversely f~~~bi~a~o~t~g;~e:i1~~~\,~~~~ ~~i};~ck ce;;heod;e who voted against Stalin and It is even quite possible that The FPC however whose chairman We don t lay clmm to any prescient to uphold Lincoln's Civil War la\v re~ al.ong with the gene~al public, h~ is Mon ~ Wa_Igren, Pr~sident Truman's ~~"'~e~u~~~ do~a~fet ~=t a~~~-s~~ve~e~'f- q~iring. s.egregation of c?lored troops WI~~~=t~~~ ~~~~~~~haa~p~r~~~~~·~·ealize, h~~e~~g1~h~ngm~~lC~~~snRfs~~~~!~~:; ~a~?g t~,e r;~.i~r~~sth~f f~~l~~e1s a~~ fi~~r~v~~t\,{~~i~~; '~~~a~man of Ken· being comparative ly n~w at the game, a~d It is. rumo~ed th_a~ he is toying co~~~~but\ve Jidisav this in a:l ;rticle ~u~k:y; ~o~?ally of Texas; Eastl~~d O~ is that already the hnes are being with the Idea of requmng the Brazos . ' A .1 dT · ftl d· "Th ,11 MISSI~Sippt, Ellender of Loms1ana, ~~t:\~l~y-~~1 plans perfected for the N~~~~e.District to secure a Federal ~o.~UBurf..rThee c~~;se I a~d. Hide eihe ~~~~~~~t H~~de~r~~n~l:fzo~a~owi~l ~: In a rec~nt press dispatch it was J\ltorney Ge~e~al Price Dani~l ~~s v:,;~~eg~ess is that regardless of ~~~~aa~abf ~fo<J'da~fH~~r~~ \i\~~-~i~~~~ revealed that the "seals of secrecy" a dvJs~d authonties .o£ ~he Distnct the national implications in the mur- Johnson of Texas; Kefauver 'or TC'n~ ~;~or~~e~f t~~~e~~~;::lJh~i~n~~~: at~~ ~~=t ~~J:t~a7o~~~~itc~~~~~!~~?nfr~~ ~=~g~~ett~ea~~~0i~=~;!~t~i~Yoff~i~i~!~f; ~fsl~~a~s~r~ ~ic~~}fahr01~l;T~l~;~~!~ae~ ~~~ec~ ~!Ire~~ik~~ec;~coh::t [o';l'":~~;~ ;~~srn~~ni:opardy to State p10perty ~~~inb~ t~~s~~~bl~P~Ia:~~g~~~e r~c~;~~ ~~ax::~~ \~~0~~::;; RCo'b'~l;~;~ on\;: cent of their income since Al Capone It J_s pomted out that If a Fed~ral carefully concealed, wrapped up and ginia· Russell of Georgia· Sparkman was taken for a ride to Alcatraz, _the permit s~ould be granted, there IS a quietly buried in the cemetery of for- of A'tabama· Stennis of 'Mississippi• ~~4 nf d~~!~~~i~~eh3~~~~gS~n~?~~~~ ~~~~~.tfniii:t~'ti:a;.~~~;:~~J~v~,~,~~~e~~ goi~e~n~ve~~~~~ess has been made in {Jc~~g~lffD~~rl~:;t~; ~~~t~e:~tg;li~;~; J ~:al I, Jould he comparatively ~.~~h~~e~: tob\he I~?,;~n~nv~~tm~~t~;'~; i~~ i~:~st:f:~~onbe~~~ ifa~~~~;';3~t\~~ fao~~.~~~u~~sr~?o~~u~~toEak~ta Ma~:~ ' ~e \~a )·it ,~~~JnL lTe-~~~~t"'a1~ I ~~.'~t J;l~~\Yt/ ~~~~fm~f~.~( .!~u'nt.~~o.6ng ~~~~~~ l?~e tio hkaJ~o!~~~~~e;n~~~n~~~~a;~~ b';a~~i~th o~;;~~fia~~~~~~~~s ~~nl~~,~~~~ ~~~~~~r~ r~~r~:; thvchom~~~i. ~;~1 ~~~~e;~~uld be .diverted to ~ed- t~ra~h~h~a~;~r'juf~r n~iu~~h~r J::s~~ ~:i~~~~n~naf~v;~TJ!r 0~e~~f~~ia~:g~~~~~ L. Mar i), and to add others to Of course, there IS the off. chance know what goes on. tion in effect. had .-, and anybody who thinks that . ther~ wo~ld ~e a different ~uts ti~~st;~~~~;h ~~:e/ac~~~~i~~n~! ~~~~:d;~tt di~e ~f!~~~- ~~!YtJrars from 1'Church Ain't Over Until is ~~s! ~~~~t s::~c prepared press re· The Singing Stops". . leases will ad\'ise that the Syndicate New Gettysburg Address As between Texas Land Commis· ment and not of his native State. ~:;eb:~~ ~~~~;,n P~f<i ~~e;~cY;n;~~~~~ On Sixteen!h Amendment ~~o~~~o!~:;o~dG~~;~~a~~~f:~:i~~ i~~ te;;ibil~ ~~~~gt~~~/~~ss~~~e P~~~\et~i wor_I~ bosses. to take th~ rap, w1ll go • • Tidelands matter and the positiOn of Texas by money-mad and land-grab· to )ail, bookie shops Wlll go under~ One score and seventeen years ago our those who propose to fight to a fin ish, bing politicians of Washington can yet ground and the peaceful air of a pious fathers brought forth upon this nation a we'll take the last ditch fighters. be righted and, any way, the people of Quaker Su ~day will prevail in the new tax. conceived in desperatiort tmd ded- We say th is not only bec~use of the Texas have a ~ight to expect that underworld until around the middle icated to the proposition that all men are principle involved but because Com- everything posstble be done to gPt of November. fair game. missioner Giles has a long and con- back property legit imately belonging In the meantime, that species mass of sistent record for servile acquiescence to the State. known as ''political lawyers" in vari- \Vith New Deal and Fair _Deal policies As a tough old West Texas rancher ous cities, including Kansas City and and any proposal to which he would of our acquaintance used to say: Dallas, who operate in that dim, on ?gree, we feel sure, would be slanted "Church ain't over until the singing nebulous world lying half way be- m the interest of the Federal govern- stops". tween crime and politics, and who act as contacts between the overlords of e.ach . group, will have gone into · ac- ~~~t~n behalf o£ the party campaign The Southern Conse rvative, Thus will justice be served, an out- But in the 703 Flatiron Building, f~~e~fg~c~l~c 0~o~s:~~c~ea~~p~~~l~dh~~-~ -we Fort Worth, Texas. f~~~~i~n °~~c t~~airnt~~~~ c:fa~l? t~~ Enclosed find $ .... . . . .. . . .. for . . . subscriptions to the people. SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE, at the rote of five dollars each per year . . And who is there to say that fold· mg money extracted from the gamb- ~e;y j~~t!~~=~~ ~~~Jr;:;!~u~~o;~;;! It is for us, the taxpayer, rather. to be on eJection day as that acquired devoted here to the tax return wh1ch the ~~~~1~p~~~~~\~ ~~-~~~:~es from the fto~:r;;:;: f~;s u!h~~ ~:\:;e ~~~~~a:::~~~ the great task rematnmg before us-that ----------lfrom these vanishing dollars we take in When the president attended the re- creased devotion to the few remaining; UnionofhisbuddicsofWorldWariinSt. thatweherehighlyresolvethatncxtyear Louis last month, the press reported that will not find us in the higher income he measured his waistline, along with bracket; thatthistaxpayer,underpaid,shall some of the others, to see how much it figure out more deductions and that taxa. had extended, but there was nothing said tion of the people, by the Congress for about him measuring his head to see how the government, shall not cause our soh·­much expansion there had been of that ency to perish from the earth.-Pettus part of his anatomy. Hemphill in Washington Star It is understood that for each five dollar su bscription the paper will be sent to two persons. List of those to whom the paper is to be sent, in addition to the undersigned, is attached. _Pa-'-ge_6 ____________T HE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIV& Time Out For Small Talk On A Small Subject RISE AND DECLINE OF AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE If; est rted body rale, out and I«W ould elf and 'der klel" f~e·d· ~ ·y xt I;"' ng, :he nd ,a1- in 1o n.o. rd b- July-August, 1950 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVe Poe• J ChargeS-(Continued from Page 1) EMOTIONALLY UNDERPRIVILEGED FEMALES WITH AN INFERIORITY COMPLEX WHO HOPED TO ATTRACT ATTENTION TO THEMSELVES BY ENGAGING IN A 'CAUSE' •.. " Referring to the Communists as '·masters of pressure tactics" Mr. Hoover pointed out that one front group ''boasts of having thousands o[ monitors in every section of the country who will take up a letter writing campaign against any commentator who disagrees with what they advocate" On page four, column three of the May edition of the Southern Conservative we said: "ONE OF THE REASONS COMMUNIST INFILTRATION OF OUR IN­STITUTIONS HAS BEEN ABLE TO MAKE SUCH EFFECTIVE AND RAPID PROGRESS IN THE PAST FEW YEARS IS BECAUSE OF THE HIGHLY ORGANIZED 'SMEAR' CAMPAIGNS DIRECTED AGAINST THOSE WHO OPPOSE THIS SUBVERSIVE FORCE. "OF THE BILLIONS OF DOLLARS WHICH ARE BEING SPENT TO INSTALL COMMUNISM IN THE UNITED STATES, A LARGE SHARE OF IT GOES INTO THE FINANCING OF THE GROUPS WHO MAKE A BUSI­NESS OF BLACKENING THE NAMES OF THOSE WHOSE OPPOSITION TO COMMUNISM HAS BEEN SO EFFECTIVE AS TO PLACE THEM ON THE BLACKLIST OF STALIN'S AGENTS IN THIS COUNTRY ... " At the risk o! liieeming immodest, we wish to point out that the Southern Con· aervative has been able to correctly call the shots on this situation in advance of official information and that at no point have we exaggerated our lines. We were able to do this not because of any superior powers of deduction or capacity for analys.is but because as an American citizen we have always done our own research and arrived at o_ur own conclusions and have refused to assimilate the swill and hogwash which administration propagandists have poured out of Washington for years and which millions of people have swallowed like pigs guzzling slop. And so, according to Mr. Hoover we have MO,OOO American fifth columnists who are "ready, willing and able to do the party's work." Just as "great oaks from little acorns grow"$0 have these more than half million fifth columnists sprung from the small group of Communist agents contained in the Trojan Horse admitted to this country in 1933 by Franklin D. Roosevelt when he opened our doors to an outlaw nation which no other country would reeognize. That small group is now burgeoned into more than a half million people earnestly engaged in an attempt to wipe out every vestige of Americanism in the United States and replace it with the damnable scourge of Communism and unless real Americans come to their senses they will suceeed in their evil designs. South (arolina-(continuect rrom Page 1) traducing a resolution in the General·~---------1 ~:!r'~~~Y T~:~!;~~·tfe"y fa~~~~~s r~~t~:~ No people ever_ lost their liberty the Wagner Act, had the backing o£ consciously and w1th th('ir eyes open g::rJrffl lfr_~~oJn ~t ~~sA~i;:in~r:d ~: what was going on. u has a.tways without a runoff, by a vote of 3 to 1. en taken away under the gUise of L. Mandell Rivers of Charleston who benevolence by leaders who came had voted for the Taft-Hartley law bearing gifts for which the taxpayers, =~s~ ~~~~~:d 0~ft~~~~~ta ~~~~rr~r;~o~v;~ and not they, have to pay. he would have been elected, of course, 1--=========:;1 regardless of issues. lr Congressman James B. Hare of Sa· luda, also a Taft-Hartley law support­er, led the field of candidates but will ~~~; i~~~~ter a runoff in the primary IF YOU REALLY Hugo S. Sims or Orangeburg, the only South Carolina Congressman who voted against the passage of the Taft. Hartley law, trailed former congress­man, John J. Riley and a run·off will be necessary. WANT A GOOD LAUGH!!! Congressmen James P. Richards of Lancaster and John L. McMillian of We still hove copies of GENTLE- !~~:~~i~n~~r:thr=~~o~~rt~~eadrt~~~~~~ MEN OF THE HOUSE by Ida M. porters. Darden which was published in Jn the Senatorial race between John· 1948. ston and Thurmond, both opposed Truman's Civil Rights program includ· This satire on o lawmaker in ~~~d F~~r~~1;"1n:~e a c~~~t~i~n t~e~~~ action will put you in the aisle which one could denounce the Tru· It may be hod by sending two man FEPC legislation in the most ef· dollars to DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES OF THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE The following principle. on which the Southern Conservative II founded will appear in each iuue of the paper hereafter: Those of us who ue responsible for initiating the Southern Conservative plead guiltytothecharge of being hopelessly old-fashioned as we love our own country with a blind and passionate devotion, above all others on earth. Wefindourselveswithouttheslightestdesiretochangeourformof gov­ernment to conform to foreign ideologies or to attempt to re·shape It in the Soviet mold. W•araconvlncedthatthose who founded this Republic framed the grut- ::ty i:::~~~:~~:~:~:.:~~~::J~~:~:~r~:[~g8+::~~::~~s£:t:£ a::h;:sg~~:~:~ up to attract the support of big business. In our discussions of State and National iuues, we shall show no more ~~~~Ig~~i{.~i~~r:.f:Ei~~:~:~:~~~·~P:~~~:~ifrig:~Jif::f~~~rt:~·~: stringalongwithitsmoreviciouscounterpartcurrentlyadministeringthegov- :renp:T~~ ~=ut~::~~~::~;\~r ::td b:a:~~o~~~~.cl~~~~el;u:~::v c::;~:~~:adti!~st:; ~·~~~~~F~i~~E~~~?:~ij~~:~ pow~~ to political affiliations, we acknowledge allegiance to neither of the two maiorparties. . As presently constituted, both are so shot through with radic!ltsm as to render them incapable of resolving the serious problems confronting theRe- ;;;~~!::~~~G~~:i•~!:~~~:J~:~E~~::~: .~;r.~:1~:::.!~ ~~£~7:.~·~1:£~ ;;;;~::~f~Z!g:~p~~~::~J.:~E~~:ri::r~:;~~:~~.~·::~~r:;~::~~.:! ~;: ~~:&~i1J.~~·s~:i~.~:::~~;?.t~\~l:~~~~?:F:~:~·~T~:1~·:Z~ :~:t ~~~ff~~~?.~i.~K~J~~;;,~ On Ute other h•nd, we claim for the employer the irrevocable right to hireandfirehisemployeeswithout instructions from any government agency or i•~);'~~!ti~ka~Va/t~~=r:~u:l~~ict~~e in history, .it is imperative that news· :;~~:~~~~t~:~~;: v~J:!::~~=;~~~t:~~:~~U.~~:r::;~i~;:~~~:~~f~~~~:tes~~1i exertallourenergiestothatend. These are the sentiments of the SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE and al­though ours may be only one small voice crying in the wilderness, we will fight for fundamental American principles, as we understand them, without apology to~ man or set of men_. __ _ MY NIGHT By The Editor The country Is beautiful around my little shack which ne!ltlU among the trees in Jekyll Park and last night as I trotted in the ' moonlight with my little dogs, Fetch and Follow, I resolved to 80 back to the sessions of Amalgamated Countries at Lake Failure and strive harder than ever to set in motion the forces which will insure that ultimately every person in the world will own a cabin wbicll duplicates mine. in the evening I had dined with Dr. Percy Pieface Palaver, noted educato't sociologist and authority on human relations and I think that an aura of this man't greatness still lingered with me and inspired me to noble resolutions as I walked the dogs and contemplated the wonderful service he is rendering to the world. As a crowning achievement in a life crowded with accomplishments designed M improve the lot of the downtrodden and underprivileged of the earth, Dr. Palaver il now embarking on the most ambitious and useful project of his long and eventful At an a~e when most celebrities are content to rest on their laurels and are seek· ing the peace and quiet of the rocking chair, he is beginning a trip around the globe which will take him to every country in the world where he will attempt to organiz• carrierpi{l:eonsintoanintegratedandconcreteunittofunctionasabranchofth• International Transportation Workers' Union Shorter flights, more frequent rest stops and an increa~ed allowance of birdseed for the pigeons are expected to result from Dr. Palawr's great sociological undel"' takmg fective and bitter terms and Johnston I returned from my walk just in time to greet my distinguished gue!>t, Helly won. Gogettum Dingbust, who is so sincerely engrossed in the ~ocial problems of tht• world While Truman has often publicly I and. S£! Ji(enu.inely conce1.·ned in the welfare o£ one pa.rticula. r racial group_ th. at I some-snubbed Thurmond, it was Johnston! THE NAYLOR times fear she will wear hNsel£ down and not hold out to occupy the h1gh offL('e foJ who set the pace in snubbing tactics wh1ch she 1s campaign1ng. when he ordered and paid for a large We spent a deli£htful evening in infol'mally dJscuss1ng ways by wh1ch women ~t~~~i~g~o~~~~~c[~~~ tfoatr~nl~i~~~rn~~ COMPANY, I ~naJ· :~~=~ ~~~~~:~~~~~ c~~:e;·~~~~ltiJ~v r~~~i~~· :~~;~~~:in:\.:;cdo~?:~a~~~n~r~~~sp~l;titc:! attend the dinner but refused to let founders whtl. unfortuna\('1~·. did not have the beneftt of the w1sdom, conns<'l :md ad· ~~~1~~~CS~~~;I~h~1~~~ ~~~i~tgr~~:i;:~ ::.~·m~~rtwomcn of Mcs. o;ngbu"'' type ;n setUng op the odginol mach;nery of gov· ning. PUBLISHERS Later, after my guest had gone, I found time to sit w1th one of my sons on the de~::t,~~s~~~~i~?fte~~al~~ ~h~;~~?! ;~~h~~~~a;;ac~~cd01 ·~~~'~u~~~n';;1~~-~,;r~~~P:;e~ardwood t•ees wh;ch he ;, cuiUv•hng istration and radical labor leaders in the ~::·!n~~ t~·~\ltr~:s c~·~l:.r!~~e~c~~it~e~l;~k~~~~~d~~-~1:~ti:~~l ~:a~~e~~t~% ~la~~ri::: the primary of South Carolina, home NORTH ST. MARY'S STREET Union leaders for use in preserving labor's gains ~~~t~. ~~a~~i~~n~fo~~~te~o~ig~~ ~~~ SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS writi~~f~~e b:ciii~~:~ .~~~att~ ;;:;~~t.! ~~~~g:~e~~ ~~~s:e:vec:a~':ru~f P~hr~':o~orl s~: other principles on which the Demo- dents of contemporary history· by concealing, denying or minimizing certain facts In cratic Party was founded and by which connection with official acts or some or our leaders which. if revealed, might confuM ~~~~~ri~\~~e~~:~ its infiltration by '1---------.JI youthful minds in their ef~~~~ohtr~;~~ ~Ynt1~i~~n~:~l independent conclusion•. ~p~~·~B~-------------------------T-HE_ SO_ U_THE_R_N_CO_N_S_ER_V_A_TI_V_I _____________________J_ uly~·A_u~gu_st_,1_9S_O ~CHESON CAUGHT WITH HIS Democratic Committee Foiled As Thousands Of Communists Cheer STRIPED PANTS DOWN In Attempt at Thought Control Good Americans Are Investigated The Secretary of Stale whose pol· Attempts of the Texas State Democratic One of the most highhanded acts ~~~ ~{e~~~~~~1 ~~~:u~:~!~·~~~l~~~~ Executive Co~mittee to ex~rt ~hou~ht con- WE ARE ABOUT TO LOBBY of any division of a lawmaking body b~Ni~~~~h ~~g:t~ct~b;~~~~~r~;r~~~: ~:~~i:::r ~a:~~~:::: r:~t~ff:~: ~~e~~~~o~ta:~ FOR EDITORIAL_BRANN~N_PLAN ~~rrti~~ ~~n~~ t~e h~~t~i~~a~asorb~~: sur~nsed than anyone else at the the Texas Supreme Court that the name A group representl~g a certam mdustry Lobby Committee of the nouse of Ko~~~n ~~~fk.charitable explanation o! J. E._ McD~nald must b~ all~wed to go in Texas is rcp_ortcd m the press to have Representatives in hauling before it wbich can be made is that the charges on the ticket m the July pnmanes. . gone to Washington rece~tly to confer the officials of some of the most ot inefficiency in his Department must Because ~.Ir. ~IcDonal~ _had exercised with. the Department of Agnculture and to reputable and respected organi7.ations be true ~ince he seemed to have ~0 the ~rcrogattves of any cthz~n to su~p~rt get mformation abo.ut government guaran- in the country, including the Com- ~~~~~a~;.o~vh~ra\~~~e~of~:u!n t~~ .:~~ ~=;~~de~~c~o:~~~s ~~:Ytoc~::~~:\oq~;~~~:~ te~: ::~ce;x~~~,i:::trth~:o~~:~use of keen mittee for Constit~tional Gover~- do~~a\~~ ov~~dv~i~I~C~~n~~ s~l~~~~wo~~ those whom they know to be ineff~cient competition the market for their product ~::~citnd the Nahonal Economtc much about what Commt_mi~ts were and corrupt, the Comm1ttee had satd ~e was unstable and that they would have to With Communists and Fellow r~a;l~~~:n~ni~vo:s~~g~~O~~ rx~~n~nfit~~t~~ ;~~l:t ~:~ ~:.:l:;~:~d:~e t:: t:f~i~ee:;c::::: :: !:~~er:dpt~:rit~he government in order :rra~;le~~ S\~armin~ ali_over. t~le place out whether or not he had them in his Commissioner of Agriculture. This has set us to thinking. ~~ . as _mg on _a~l a len m uences ~~~~1~{'ocP~u;:;~~ht not have been To their credit, the majority of m~mbers If the govet·nment is. going to support ~eog7s\~~~~~g a~~~~~:~d 0 ~v;~v~~~~i~~t~ female (ofumnisl Gets ~a::e a s;~~:i~a~ ~:~i:~o~f i:et~,:: t~:ta~:~ ~~::~~:Y w:~~~e:v~:~a~'isn~v;!n~u~~t~s t~:: of t~e Su~r:~e ~au~~' wh~~ do~ ~~s Her WordS Mixed Up and ruled that his name must be reinstated. ~~~::~~zi~;m~tepr~op~th:~~e;o;s~ervative and ~~~mit~:er~o? ea Ing e o Y ha~:eob';:;~:d m~~:P~~~~ii~~ed0~yw:r:esm~: We Are forced To Re-State bu~v~m~~~~di1:~~~ i:0;ar~~:! ·~s~~~=~!t~:"ct th~n~~e~~i~:eeus:~gtr~~~ ~aoc,~~i~o~~ ~~:::~~~f:~11w~o;ur~r:i::e~f t~~~~:r~~ri:1~!~:~ Purposes of Paper th~~~.~:p1~0 !ros~~u~~ ajl~urney to Washing- ~a~~is~~~~p~~!;~~~y~~mg~~~fesd wf~~ ~:~:ha:~'::s ";'o~~s.?,efeated Senator Frank We knew, or course, that _when we launch- ;~n e:~~t ~~~~e~o:~;r:~~~~a~~t: :~:~~~~~ ~~ ~=~:~~at?~g ~e;~Js A~~ri~~~s ~~~tshai~~ She also expressed the fear that these ed ~he Southern ~onservatLVe we waul~ ~e the status of a potato or an egg and induce organized to combat the influence of "goons'' who had operated successfully in subJect to all kmds of attacks for 1t IS them to set up sort of an editorial "Bran- these alien groups. Florida to put Pepper out o~ the way pre- generally recognized that any one who dares nan Plan" by whic~ we could be subsi- Sending snoopers into the offices vious to the Graham de~cat m North Car_cr to defend Americanism at this particular dized and a stable pnce guaranteed for the of those organizations in advance of ~;~fo;:t~ldan~e~::i~e t~:\:np~:f:;:~nc;oul; stage in the nation's history automatically products of our mind, if any. ~~t!~v~~~itg~t~~~{c i~p~~~~nfl~~~lbet!t~ la~.n th~ interest of accuracy she should ~:~o:;: ~:htl:r~~~a:fc::ugs::~s~ell organ- Easy To Delegate Power }?~~u~~~ette a~~t~~d~"=~~~~~~sf~ t~~ have said. tha~ Pepper and Graham were Only "Liberals" and their ideological But Hard To Get It Back procedure. ~~~~~dt~::~~t: n:f i~~:u~!~o;;sP:I~s~!o:e~~: ~oulmates, Commu~ist sympathizers, are It is sincerely to be hoped that_ it will po~~~~~ ~~~{ t~eh~~r?-~v1n;o~~iir~ai~ tofore has ever referred to "goons" except Immune from the_ wtelders of the tar brush. not ?e necessary for Congress to gt~e the of the Lobby Committee has been u It applies to labor union characters who One _would. thmk, however, that thes_e presld~nt any power to set ~p economtc con· getting reaction from his district as a attempt ~o control elections or shoot down professiOnal dtrt daubers v.:ould t~y tQ h~t trois o• blank check au~hon.ty of any sort. result of the good work of the Of· worker::; m a struck plant. somewhere near the truth m makmg th:1r . E?'ergcncy authonty gtven to the pres· ganizations he is investirutting, in in- We have a suspicion that the lady, her- charges, or have some slight fact on wh•c_h tdent m World "W_a~ .n has ne.ver. been fully forming the people about what goes self, h<>l1>ed to defeat Graham by making a to base their assertions but usually thetr recovered as. pohltctans ~on t hke to sur- on in the Red hotbed along the banks trip to North Carolina and writing a series accusations are lies of the whole cloth. render the rems o£ nuthonty once they have of the Potomac. of press releases in his defense. Southern· The B'Nai Brith Messenger of W~shing- savored the taste of ~nlimited power. The sole purpose of the investiga-ers don·t go much for Washmgton column· ton, D.C., one or the main links m the When any ruler IS granted a little extra tion is to scare off contributors to · ists, male or female, and certainly don't Smear Brigade chain, recently quoted us as power he holds on to it with the tenacity of such movements and leave the field take their advice as to whom they shall having attacked both the Democratic and a bulldog clinging to the seat of a hobo's to radical propagandists. 1upport at the polls. ~epublican parties for :·being under the pants. This gag has been worked for years Any way, "goons" o: not, we hope her pre· mlluence of Jew and N1~ger lovers," and Also, most people have not forgotten by political racketeers in Congress diction about the California electiOn comes olso _claimed that we attr~buted all Ameri· that Roosevelt used the wa~ emergency to who have tried to discredit good true. can Ills to ''too much Jewtsh power ... " p~t i~to eff~ct all the radt~al theories of Americans in various organizations We have one Pink Lady In the Senate We have every reason to believe from h1s_pmk adv1scrs and there 1s no reason to who have exposed congressional and we don't want two. extensive correspondence with many read· beheve that Truman would not do the same crookedness to public view. ers th_at those ~ho get the Southern Con- thing. It is hoped that by calling large President Proves That ~~7~::·,;;;dth~i,'~~~~"~~"~;n~ !~':u~ost McGrath looks Ahead ~~~~~~~~~' .~Jo~~~.;~~~~~·~h~~~ Strikes Can Be Ended on~:~· ~~~~r·:~;;·.:.~:~:~i.:·~:rh:~: ~:. To November Elections :r:~~·~i~?"~~IO~~s~gu;~:~~. 0~~~~~~~ The president showed a surprising out since last January and see whether _we takmg the _sp?thght off of queStion· firmness in dealing with the switch· ever made any such statements or anythmg The United States Attorney General J. able acts wtthm Congress. men's strike and quickly put an end faintly resembling them. Howard Mc~rath is ~eported by the ~r~ss Any way, if' the Lobby Committee to a threatened ti~up in the nation's It is clear that the person writing the to ?e stePP1_ng. up hts program fo~· fth~g really wants to know how an ef .. transportation facilities. article had never read the Southem Con- anti-trust suitS m the hope of m~kmg this ficient, well-oiled lobby operates He order~d the switchmen back ~o servative, but "the wicked flee when no a record year fot· such prosecu~wns. . they don't have to go outside the gov: work and his or_ders were obeyed. m man pursueth" and it is possible that, real- Unfortuna~ely, M_r. McGrath IS not ftl- ernment to get the information for the case of two hnes and on the thn·d, izing their responsibility for much or the ing any sutts agamst the CIO f~r "re- the various Washington bureaus he took ove_r the railroad a~d oper- blame for the present state of the world, straint of trade" because our soc1al Su- provide the most perfect example of ated the trams when ~he st_nkers re- they attribute to us statements which we preme Court has held that they are above propaganda machines ever set up in fused to return to their dulles perhaps should have made but didn't and beyond the law. human history. i Incidentally, the switchmen's uni~n The purposes of the Southern conserva- In the strike in Tennesssee where there They have been functioning in this f~u~~~af~~~~:~:N:~!d a;~~o~e~~tg~~: ~ifv~r~~~i~:::r!~r:~:d 0~ ~:c~u:d~i:c~a~~t~~~ =~:st"~~P:n~~t"ra~~~~~~d0fm~:dde~· b~f ~ic; ~~~~i;~lt et~e:ug~~nc~p ~~:n~~~a ~f iza~IOns and has fewer ~otes than ~ny paper, and nowhere is there any refere~ce thugs, no government action was taken or using taxpayers' money to "influence ~LFg'' ~i~~:[~~o~r~t~h:g{s"~c~f~~~~~ :nad,: t~n~~;n~~\:~~;~:::, ~~~h:oc:~:~n~~: co:~et;:•:,t,:d;here are more voters among f.~~;c.::~~~o~~Y ·~~v!~::r~~~i;~~~~ m \\ 1 Je s ri e. course no · worldwide underground movement of prcr the CIO element than in respectable busi- bec.ause they have millions to spend Sfalin iS Doing AIJ fe~~:n:!eJ:::·so conceited as to think we ~=s~e~~o~:sP:::/~v~t:o~~ ~~:~.gang can't ::~~~ef~~~:ea~~ht:; c:t~~: b~a;~s~r~~ R. ht w· h t w could make any dent in the armor of such the hat. 1g 1t OU ar • set-up with millions of dollars " their CIO Approves Probe . Po~~~~e w~~chha;~u~o e:~~7~e~~etoofex~~~~~ co::a;hd~u co~fine our efforts to appea_Is Of American Aclivilies Young TraitOrS Seek To :~t 0~~~~i~~j1~~ui: :~~ ~;!~~'f that stalin does ~:iJ:~da~~:~~c;~~~a;v~~ iha;efa~:~~h~~:: Editorials ~pproving the action of the Destroy U.S. Government we have always ~lnint~ined that Stalin ophy of the New D~al and the Fa1r Deal Lobby_ Con~mt~tee of th_e House of Repre- A ''national caravan" c~mposed of stu-did not care who ruled a country so long in the hope o( ~el~mg to induce_ them ~o sentattves m mvestigatmg several organi- den~ sponsored by the Umted ~orld Fed­IS he shaped its political thinking. return to the prmc1ples of good c1tizensh1p tations _who are carrying on sound Ameri- erahsts rece_ntly left S~n FranCISCO on a His success along this line in this country and sound government. can activities, appeare~ in the ~10 News, 32QO.mile tnp to Washmgton. aince 1933. together with his recent ideo- We have never mentioned the Jews in the even as two men lay m a hospttal and at ~n the way, they planned t_o gather ' ogical triumph in our armed forces where past and don't intend to in the future and deaths' do_or down in Tennessee as a re- petttio?s . !rom o_ther equ_ally umnformed, ~egroes and whites are to be mixed in· only do so in this instance in order to chal· suit of_ bemg shot down by CIO gadgsters unpatnohc and 1rrespons1ble persons ask· (Uscriminately, would indicate to us that he lenge a deliberate misrepresentation made for gomg to work in a struck industrial ing _President. Harry S. Truman to help lt making sufficient progress in his world by those who make a career and a racket plant. abohsh the Umted States and transform the plans without taking up arms against us. out of their racial affiliations. Ain't labor's gains wonderful? United Nation• into a world government.
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