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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 2, No. 6, June 1951
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Date June 1951
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Transcript Sec.34.66 P.L.&R U. S. POST AGE P A I 0 Permit No 1665 Fort Worth. T•us THE SouTHERN CoNSERVATIVE -To plend for a return of Constitutimanl GovPriiiiiPIIt- V_ol_.z_ ___________________________Fo_ rt_W~o~d~h,~T~ex~as~,~Ju~ne~,~I9~SI~------------------------~No.6 "COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS" SELECTED AS THE MEDIUM FOR PUTTING WORLD COMMUNISM INTO EFFECT How Many Americans Know That Their j Wo~ld Planners. ~ave Taken Over ~nited Nations • • Wh1ch Was Or~g1nally Set Up To F1ght Right to Own Property Is Questioned Aggression and lnsu~~ We suggest tha-t our readers grab· ~~1!~t ~~;r;,,~':i~~ ~~;~r~~~~;, 'f~;~ Dancing Di~klmat Admits His 1i'~.;'~!oJ~~.:~~i;•:;.ih'.ta~\6'os1:t~.~ Attempts AI Thoughl Control uppers. The testimony of Dean Acheson be- What we are going to quote is not .fore the Senate Investigating Com­the babblings of a fugitive from 1he 'llittee probinl'{ the facts behind the booby hatch but the actual. printed ,..cmoval of General Douglas MacAr­words 'Of ).1rs. Eleanor Roosevelt who ~bur from his Eastern Command. re­" reprcsents" the people of the Unit- vealed an attempt at government con~ ed States on the "Commissions of Hu- ~rol of mind and meech nat muaUv man Rights of ~he United Xations. '1ncountercd outside of Russia and The words are Uted from her co:~ other dominions dominated by dic­umn written from Geneva where the tators. world1S ,prize 'Collection of preCession- With his back to the wall and al reformers from downright vicious fightin~ to maintain his fast-crumbl­Communists to harmless idealistic ;n~ official reputation, the gopher­Pinks recently went ir ,~ o action and •oother Secretary with tl1P heaver .!.hot the works. Mrs. Roosevelt said '"!lustache, admitted responsibility for and we quote: instructin~ State Denartment attflches "We had an interesting day and a ·~ spread propaganda for the decep­half on the a~icle dealing with tho ·410n of Amcncans to the effect that right to own property which was sug- Formosa was of no strategic imoort­gested by us for inclusion in the cov- -=~.nee to the United States (lnd that itc: enant in the economic and social sec- loss would not se riously damage the tion. It was certainly accented by all · intPrests of this country. that there must be a riqh• to own I At the same time, this great diplo­property, but serious doubts arose as ?flat who is a far more expert per­to whether in this part of the cove- former when shakin~ a le~ on the nant this should incl.:.1de whether it is 1ance floor, manipulating a teacup an absclute riqht, whether it had to be in a drawinj! room and bPndi11q: an qualified, and whether property had "'!bow at a cocktail party than he is to be defined. Finally, after a day and whr>n oo~rating .lS a c:fatesman in thP a half of discussion, for many d'iffer· ··i~ld of foreign relations, conceded ent reasons the commission voted not 'hat thi~ was the onooc:ite of thP to include this right in this part of the 'ruth aS thP Value or the island base covenant at the present." c-rom a militarv standooint has lonr In the name of all that's sacred. in· l:lePn recognized in Wac:hinatnn. eluding our deed .to the South Forty But it seems that the Administra- Acres. what have we got here? 'io•1 was convinced that, as a resulf A bunch d international jerks from '"1{ th~ earlier blunderin~ nolicies of every fback-alley of civ-lliza•tion, in- ~he State ncpl'lrtmrnt rmd the Amer­dudinfS the totalitarian countries be· .. c:i~ O"ang in the Far East which r<"­hind the l"fron Curtain pu,:ting their ad- c;ulted in buildin~ un thP Chim>c:n dle-braine~ heads together and act~~ "anarians" into a position of strength ally spendmg a day and a hali sen- 11'1d oowf'r. the C'"mmunists w"rE' ously debating whe-ther or not Ameri- """in" to take over Formoc:a any wav can cit;.izf'ns shall have the right to This propae:mda to influence tho own property in the brave new- world utterances of 1 he Department's staff they are planning ~md the thinkin2: or American tax- And, after a day and a half of de~ ... were: was (in~ip-J'IPrl ~" ::tn alibi for liberation on the subject failing "for 'hi .. trnasonable stupiditv. many differer.t reasons" to include In vi<"w of thic; kind of thinkin'! and ~his right in the covenant "at the pres- "'fCY.',durn O'l the p~rt of oolicv~mak­ent time." '1r.;; in \Va<:hineton it is ~asv to SP" Out cl consideration for our blood ,,·hv an hnnoPhl" ~nd ·n,trioti,.. pres;ure and in deference to our libel- American like MacArthur who, un- • conscious attorneys. we o~,vill not ex~ 1er~tandablv, co11Id not bP,..ome ~ pre~ our opinion of one calling her- mental !'•ooge and suppr~~s the truth self an American who would not only ""Hi sul>vrrt militarv traditio11c; ::~'ld take .par:t in discussing such treason- e.thics in defcr~nce to face-savin~ tac­able 'tripe 1but who woul-d feed it back tlcs of small·bore politicians, should to the American public in the- form of be summarily removed from the set-a column. up. • After years of observing the operation o£ highly-organized propaganda In this country, any American of adult understanding and perception realizes that behind it is a Master Plan and that behind this Master Plan are those dedicated to the task of puttingitinocffcct It is not for us to say what group, class or race comprises this coterie of world planners who evolved this )faster Plan Any intelligent and thoughtful citizen's reasoning on the subjeC't is as good as oursbutthepatternlsther<'foralltosee. We shall merely faee the faet that there is definitely a World Pl<tn of more or less mysterious origin with World Communism as its goaL One of its objeetives and the one which is of the most deadly concern to Ameri­cans is the dissolution or the Cnited States as a so\·ereign nation and it! incorporation into a World Government and. ultimately, the disintegration or the Anglo-Saxon rm.:(' and its absorptior by 1 mongrel breed or internauonal hybrids. The methods of prOCE"dure on tile part of these World Planners arc as clear .s a blueprint tor the cor1struction af a building and the failure or refusal of any American to recognize its design is a confession of blind stupidity which is beyond human underst:mding. This Master Plan was formulated and propaganda for carrying it out set up in a city across the ocean more than thirty years ago but it was only recently thnt. the mechanics for putting it Into errcct have been perfected. The medium through which its mission is proposed to be accomplished is llwt t~i~=~icN~~i~n~~sidious body known as the "Commission on Human Hlghts" of the The original intent behind the United Nations was world peace throu$-!h C::l:;,n­ized resistance to aggression by predator nations and this conccpt.ion ot its mi ion captured the imagination and inspired hope in the hearts o[ many wor1h)·, bl.lt, in our opinion, misguided. Americans to whom the idea of war is abhorrE"nt. But !be United Natiun!': was no !>OOOer !'el in motion than the reprc~enta th c s of the World Planners stepped in. took it over and set up the "Commission on Human ::~~· =~~e instrumt'nt by which their propoS;lls for World Communism could Le This bastard offspring or an organintion or::iginally intended to be dedic·atcd solely to the ('8U!'C or pence pro,·ided f:Jr a dE"legatE" to be named to repre~t'nt CI•Ch (lf the ,·arious countries including Rt.:s.'<ia and i~s £;atellites behind the iron cnr1aiu and the person selected to sp!'nk for the one hundred and forty million peopk of :t,e; Unit~ ed States was--God help U'i'-~1rs. E!e:.nor Roosevelt. II any American who has no~ done so will take the trouble to r('ad the vile dot·u­ment known as the ''Declaration of Humlln Rights" he will find that nowhNc within its pages, from beginning to end, is there any reference, either direct or implied, to a Supreme Being. It is the first instance in the history of the Republic when the United Stntf's government has associntcd Itself with any ''Declaration" in which divine guidnncc and the blessings of the Almighty God were not implored and the first official proceed· ings to which it has been n party whC'rc the r-.Jan of Galilee was denied admission. This virtual repudiation of a Higher Authority was dictated by the atheistic member nations who look to Joseph Stalin as God. The whole Infamous document is devoted to the promotion or Socialistic scheme!': and the advancement of a "social program .. and not one line or paragraph is com~ mitted to any principll' having the slightest relation to Americanism as <>nunci.ll<·d in our own Constitution or other instruments on which the Republic was founded After declaring for on '·international social order". equal rights and freedoms for e\·erybody, universal security. pensions. freedom from fear for all, a plug for labor unions, and asserting th -.tnoStatcorgroup"mayengageinanyactivity contrary to the aims set forth in this Declaration'' this gang of international screwballs and dope­heads tip their hand with this little gimmick: "Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to rat.'e, nationality or religion.ha,·ctherighttomarryandtofound a family ... So the "Commission on Human Rights" makes its pitch on the proposition thnt men and womeJ;~ of all races. white, black, red and yellow have the right to marry re­gardless of State legislation on the subJect which fits in nicely with the World Plan­ners' program for mon~trelization of the Anglo-Saxon race. Preliminary work by the World Pl-.nners over the ~·ears has been so thorourh andeHicientthallargeand importantsegmentsofoursociety have been tt~kcn in and (continued on page 2) MHiions of ftmerica~s 1f~~~k U-The Snutbern Co~senrative Savs U Pogo 2 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE JuM, 1951 GOD HATES A COWARD FOUR FREEDOMS FOR REAL AMERICANS (Reprinted from the Omaha, Nebraska; - world-Herald, January zs, 1949) West Texas Town Undergoes om:' ;;;:~~!ra~~i~~~ii~:.~r~; ,~:~ A "Bloodless Revolution" Freedom from interference by the Federal government. has been sent to us by a lovely lady What Soviets would gleefully call of our acquaintance who feels that she a "bloodless revolution" has just been can no longer go along with the So· successfully accomplished in the l+Ltle cialists calling themselves Democrats city of P.lainview, Texas-successful, but. who is equally alarmed at the that is, for the Soviet ideals on racial prevalence of New Dealers in the Re· mixing. Freedom to work without being forced to join a Labor Union. Freedom in the choke of usociatu without dictation from racial equality agitators. Freedom to earn, to save and to own property without fear of con· ~~~~~n p:~;~~ ;~~e~~~rq!~~~. ~fe :~~ to:ns ~~l~ c~!~l~~~r~~~.t :pee~e~exi~ fiscation by Federal taxing authorit ies. ~~aa~t~~Y r::;~:t ~tit~n:v~t;; ~~a~~eit~ do~rs ~? ~~r~sc~ .wt~at ~ts1 officia!.s The Ed~~~- HATES A cowARD ca To:er:::~ for th: 13 d1::en~ :~;::~ ILC-0- .. -.. ISS-IO-N--. -ed-,---,---------' and traditions of Texas whose citizens lfli'Y' --conhnu rom page ne!~~·st:7t:!t t:;'~~~ 1!e::~~:~';;rt:e: ;:rt t:: r:C~:iem~~n;:tn:c:~:~:e ~0~ :~ ':'rt:8ki;i~~~ uslduously for the completion of this World Plan as those who gave 1931H948 would more than suff1ce. segregation in all our institutions, These include government oHieials, members of Congress, churchmen, educators, For 12 years the Republican party has ,c;eems to 'have •been entirely over- ~;~~~;~:~· s~a:~o a::~::~~at~~~~~~~~~~~eras~d w::;::~·~:~~!e~ea:t~~b~:t~~~u:~ltul~~ been a coward; the worst kind of coward- looked in favor of tolerance for left- eluding even fiction writers who ndhere to the general Socialistic theme and who see a monl coward. In consequence it begins wingers and .fellow travellers who are to it that the vllllan Is always the capitalist's son who loses out In the end when the to take on the appearance of something promoting this agitation all over the heroine marries the scion of the garbage collector. the cat dragged in .South at the .instance of world Com· The stranglehold which these World Planners have on the Federal government It Is hard to define as an entity the Reo munist leaders. was begun in 1933 when Roosevelt opened the door to Russian outlaws and hundreds :~=~~~::n s~n:~Y h:w::~r o::~:rg.::~:~P ~~ of~~=1~ut~~tltn:a:u~f~~~~e~~u~~n!;: ~~~~~:;~i:e ~~~r~:::t~1~~:r!~oo~0~~~n~:m~cgin the infiltration of all sectors of gether all cannot think alike in all respects. put on them, some sort of long-range They swarmed all over the White House and many of them ate and slept tbere But, speaking broadly, the Republican Par- program of "softening-up" the oppo- as guests of the occupants. ty consists of men and women who in sition, must have been in effect for a From that vantage point and whllf' enjoying hospitality paid for by the tax· firm conviction are opposed to the swift long time for West Texans as we re· payen of the United States, they beamed their barrage of propaganda to all forty· ~::edp1~o8w~v~r'::e~;~:~::t :fta~e th~~~~ ~de~,!:r0~~~:g;ould not have tolerat- ~!~~~~:e:e~~~t~:! ~o~~~lo:~~!~vl~~~;.~~~~~~:.c~~~::!, ~::tio~l:t~e:~:~!~n~~ culturalaodrelatcdgroupsthroughoutlheland. :!~~=~~ls~. dt~:l~a~:nc::~:t:~~~~.':~~ th~~;n~i8~ht;'~~:~J~:ti~~o~~t::l: wereTh~~~~ct"t~::n~.h~n~a~~~!~·t0fth~ev:~:~~e~1 o~h~~e gt~~~5ro: f:~~e~n:o ~~: :nc: !:~~ ~eeg::ui~a::ea ~~~~~ :~e:fi:~: ~:: yi:a;n~:u-;~e:c ~~e t~:a:i~esth:; directing them mak~ lhc situatinn no less deplorable for a tool is as dangt>rou~ u a ~;;.~~.:~::;i :::::!!~ ~;~::· ·;,~ ~~iS~:~":~~~::·,::,:~d:: :~::~~: ;~~.fu7~~:;;:·:~;;;·]~}.~::~::~~~:~;~::~~~\:~~~i]:w:.~~~~::~::•::~~:~.~: co~~~g!h~ ~a'i~~~~~~s ~=~: a~~sf:tcc~:~ie~he~ !~t~~!~g d:gcr~df:;t~ ~~~~~~;~hi:! ~~~t ~~~~u~~~~~~~h!e~r!~ ;~~r~~~s;e,;s~~lo::~~~~;:~~~t~;~led the Divinity o[ God ~£\~~ ~:!~i:l~!E,:~~~e :~:~~~~~:~:~;~:;~:~:. girls to associate with Negro men. mem~~k~ t:; ~:'::~~g ~:;:l::o~!~~~n~0::r~:::~ :~en~!~;x=:u!~e s:~~~~s!~~ ~~r:~~ot:r!~~~to~0~o~~~~u:o1~h~h~~~~~c:: !~:tofae.P~::~~a~P:::~o~~ g~:s~~:~~ !~~ ~:::E7:!~~:~~£~~=~~~~~~~:f~!:?:i~E~:;~;:~:~::~:JiC;:::~~:~~: ~=~~~~h:u~;!~~d a~~~~esi t~::~~!~:i~~~~:: :~~~i~ ~a~y m~:~~~~~d ~~~. r:'::tpo~~t';;,: but portray with complete fidelity the Ideologies of tlle World Planners. !~na~~~~~~ow!~:!i~ ?n~k~a~~~· ,;;t~:~~: 1:;~cti:u:u·~:e r=~~:~u:r:vr~;g0~n~n~~! grou~:!J i~01:e:~ ~~u;'ot:~n~J::~ilr~i~n:ndn~:~h~l a~:~e;s g~~~a~~r ~m~~ ~T~f~~ ditlonal, &lorious creed. And It finds the that today menacl!l freedom, self-reliance and Stalin, the World Planners are playing for big stakes and have a long·range once-10ofirm foundations of its temple crum· the courage to adventure, human dignity, program based on the Infiltration of youthful minds of thls generation. bling In every land and every clime. This Indoctrination b: directed by educators from univendtles In this country The fact is known to all men. How joyously, with what reborn hope. who went to Ruula In the lhirtll!l and took courses of instruction and returned with :,;.·.!.~.~.:.~n.~~.·.~!.r.:.•~.,w ,:, ~_:,·.,Am:,:.~.~.t~.:_1,-.,~:.:.~.!...y'.~v•·;• "~- ~f~J~I~;r::f:i.~~:~~·'::E:~;; ;:~~:;~:"':::~:;,:~~:~::_~ ...; ,~~";:;~::~~· .~:;,y•:;. •;!.~~ ~~. 7:.~.t'~~o:\; ,.,. The Infiltration G{ other groups and the minds of Individuals with this propa. ing free men into vassals and dependents. Tt Surely, surely, It shall not be recorded ganda of the World Planners was made easier by the fact that the brain of many is devouring the substance of self-supporting by a ma~ed historians of a later day. that people is a vestlelal organ like their tonsils or appendix and when they hear this people to render them self·supporting. no when the black flag of Absolutism was rais-- new philosophy expounded In the pulpit, over the radio, in the press and on the longer. and to establish a condition of uni· ed back In the Twentieth Century, when the screen, they fall in line like stupid sheep and follow the leader. The World Planners versa! reliance upon the biased paternalism fate of all mankind was involved, there recognized and relied on thi!l weakness In human nature. of :. Greut White Father-a "Father" cor- was nowhere, In any land, not even our own. rupted and corrupting, since great power an organized body of men and women who During the years of the "softening up" process ot the American pL'OPic by World docs con·upt and absolute power corrupts had the courage, the devotion. the wisdom, Planners, they have placed heavy emphasis on certain words and terms and have per-absolutely. the loyalty to God who made men free, verted their original meaning. And th~ Rc~ublican Party has not dared ~~~~h~~=~rgell~~~: 11°::i:n~::~e~ndt~:i:~: fromT~e~ehpa::n~h::g:d •. ~~~!,:~~cy~~. t::d A;::~ic~n~!,~;:rn:ee~~0 ~.~~:ll~a~~~s~ rrslst tit~ Ude; il has gone along with ~t. Not ered honor to driving him back into the sinister implication even though the fruits of "Capitalism" make it poS!IIblc for this ~~~ ~~tC:~~~t~:nbeb~lo:~~e~:ft~0~:a::~ce~u~~ Dark Ages 'whence he emerged! coun~e:0b:~:~m"ea~~~ ~C:~~icans who place the interest! of their own country first pose and to make it known. Its plea for votes Never has there been sounded such a as "isolationist5" and have endowed the term with such infamy that this patr!Gtle has been the shameful one; Give us the nf· call to service as rings today in the ears attitude has been given a rank just a notch above treason. fices, the power, and we'll gi~ you as much of the Republican Party. Never, for men They have played up for all they are worth the words "Intolerance" and "brother­of what we believe to be wrong as will the and women of courage, ot character, of eon· hood" in their contemptible and revolting fight for the breakdown of se&regation In Democrata themselves, viction, hu there been aUorded such an the South which is a definite and vital part of the Master Plan. ~~~~~~J~t~]]~ ~~~~f~~~~~~~~ afraid proudly to take up the battle for aU m !orcmg their racial views on the South, What a wonderful thing it would be if the that l~ee men prize. And so completely have the representatives of World Planners In thl• country Republican National Committee meeting done the work assigned them by their masters lhat only the American people them-here In Omaha, if other constituted Republi· Cour:~ge or cowardice? Loyally or re selves can reverse their "packaged thinking" and save this nation from the lAte of others can leaders, could realite how desperately ereancy! Conviction or time serving? who have fallen Into the trap. these United States need an honest and It Is as simple as that, ladies and gentle While American soldiers are fighting in Korea against foreign foes. thcrt!!l Is tar brave Republican Party-how true Republi· men of the Republican National CQmmit· greater danger at home from domestic enemies and un1css those patriots who love e3ns above all others hunger and thint for tee. their country above all others enlist for the b3ttle, God help America. J=u~n,e~1~95~1--------------------~TH~E~S=OU~T~H=ER~N~C~ON~S=ER~VA~T~IV=E----------------------~P,ge3 :._P•~9•:_:4:__ ___________ __:T.:..:_HE::...:.:SO:.:::U.:..:.TH.:.:::E:.::RN.:_C:_:O.:..:.NS:..:E.:..:.RV:..:_A.:_TI.:_VE::.._ __________Ju_ ne, 1951 Tile Southrrn Couserratile Texa~. Govern~r Veroes ~ill.. ~~rt~r~~~ .~o;:f.;·~~i'b:t. Get U. S. Out of U. N. A monthly publu:atton ot For Progremve Education By Congressman And u. N. Out of u. s . . ~~~~~·"·· ~~~~~ ~t~~~~~ §~~~:i~~~ hnt w•th::~ :::, ': .. b~:::;1;1.,,:· Con!l••,. cr ;~cEd~~:~~~~ng Nnlional Educational ~~e s:~~e~e~~e~h:r ~~0o:O::e~~c f;:~·r~~~: co:::~~ ::~·ea ~:~~:~po0~u~~{y ~~~~~~; ,----------,IA.~sociation is constantly fostering legisla· consin. ourselves and our people at their best and I Uon. through Stnte educational groups, for Our leading editorial in the February thus be an honor to the profession of 1 l1t!lpless SJtarro•c ('a n "progres~h e education" and it was a lucky edition was also placed in the Con.rression· arms and a credit to those who bred us." ;~;~.~~. :;:•za;~: ,;:·;;•: a::: .. !: ~:~~~.:~' -~~· .~·~:;•i,~ ,;~·:;,:~.~ ~~~ ~"'~~~ ~~:f~~~;:::~ ;,:r,:·,,~·~::~~:~ o·~:~.~~·~~ ~· .~:· .. ~;:·~:~; ~:~~ th~ storm. one ond k;lled It orr • :~~£e::··~:,.'f11:::~ •:.I;• .:::' ,:; N::-~ced;t to tbooe. who b'ed u" Thot'• I Voters Reduce Membership the readers of the Southern Conserntive the ke)· ~ the _mspmng plea: :"Jot I credit The Tenth Amendment To Of "Permanent (ommiflee" ;:~ :;.::n'::;',~~~:~:~~'~""d"' "''''' :."z.~~e ~-=~·~:. m,!;';~';,::y.:;;:•~d .:~ The Constitution of The On June 30, 19-tG, the Daily Worker, of· and cbnstened the Umted Nat1ons. Not a United States: fici:tl Communist paper in this country, credit to double-crossing and yellow- ;~E:~~:~~~JtaJiih;~:~a::~o~ 1~~;~~:g~~i~~:;.~:~~!~l~?§· I~~~~o~;:G~:~~~::~t ~t~~~~~~:e£:;;~?.:6::~:!:;~~~~~~~ to the States, are resert:ed to Th h d u ld rnes "::::,::·;;~;·· ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~;~~ ~.;~~~~~~~ HAVE BEEN PREVENTED ::·;;~,;;e~~:.':,u:;·~ 1~~ .... ·~~".,;::•;:~ ::;':.,",';'~~, ·: .. :;-~~~:;~;.;';, ~h·:~·;,,<;i.; ::::~~'~h~~~·~~ ~.::~'::u;.', ;;~·:~.::~: The Steal of thed Tfd~ands cguld other pink orianizatlons in Washington. by the sweat or their brow. ties. if~~~Ta~sr'!;~E:~\':;l;~?t~ ~1~~~~ we;:7 i;;~;:.,";;:~d:Y. ':',,.' .~ '';; ;~·::,~~ oo!h;~e~,:ve;~~·~~~t •,~•;:o:~,\~;~ ~~: 1~;; ;~:~ ~~.~~~~!"!,~~.~~:,:~:~::~f: ~~~:::~~~::~~:::i:E:"a:: f~;~~~·5~i~~i~~~f; ·~%~~~~:~;.~ ~~~~~2~::~~~~~~}:e:.~f·:~~ i§:~:~~lfiifg~:~~;.~ ~E the Lower House of Congress. ~ah· Emanuel Celler and Adam Powell or New cision in a bloodv war in which the United ~~~h:~ has lwentr·three and Louistana ~:~k~e~~·~~h:~.~~~:~~~:~;·~:iu:':i~ Forces Seeking to Communize ~::,'; ':r'":h!"~~~b~e ~~·~~~ ~= ·:~ m~he~f":':~\~\ae:.~pr~; .• ~:!~-;~~ Fifty Years Later C~u=~~~~:,,~~h~~~!:. ~~·:~:!.unt "'~:~h;~e United''''" out of the United ~:~~~gel r,~:.~u;.'~~!~.~~~i~.~· 'i:'a"d Government Acts :;::::-::?~ ~::~.~~· .:~~';'~''.;', ·~~t ~~ ~~·,~-::u:~d·~=.~~e Uolted N•Uons out of :~~~~:~;::~~r!~,~!n~~~b~:~~i: ~.~:~~i~:.i~,~;·~::~:':;';,;'~:~e~e~: ~:~f::::~:~~:::~h :~:~~E.::.~~;~·.-: ~~~~:~u=~:·~:i •• ttl Truman came to lerms on the Tide- It seems that back in the early days of The Association finds, ac:ordlng to lhc lat::,~~t:~;e only language the P'esi- :~.~·~:·~;~,;,h~~' ':~:~~~·~:, :::::.;':; i~:::· ,:h:·.~~:,~~~~';'.,~mr:~',",z'::,.~:;: ,~h;t Wrong in Prit~ClJJlC dent understands and the law of force the government buying water in bottles pa~gn. Chz~f _counsel for the Communlcotlons is the only consideration he respects. for the Senators. We hope that the relic.£ from crime that Comm1ss1on a few week~ .back asked the He learned that from the Pendergast 01 course this defect has been coiTected the ministers seek Is brought about and FCC to close the three bJgh.powered radio organization a~1d the tactic~ of that un- for more than a halt century now but an !hat those guilty are brought to speedy outlets owned by G. A. Richards or Los lerworld political machme sh~uld old Spanish custom in Washington is that Justice. Angeles, KMPC at Los Angeles, WJR at ::t.:;e :~:~ h:r~~l'~~.;r:d u;,~~u':f;'U.'~ f.":: ~:::;·.~~~::· hu """d wmething, mi!:'~~~·;,:e!~.:~·J~~~~ hlr~~:·~:y~h.~ ~: ~:!~;,:":.~~;:: ~~~c:~·~=~ .;.~~.~~ ~J:!':;"~.~r:;; ~~::r::·= ~~.~:1~:~~r-::: :i.'¢'§~~;·;~;; ~1i~~~Ji ca?Jo~r:~~o~n~~~:3!:~~Y~~~nt~~ Reaping The New ;:t::. or the cloth, is to conduct in\•esli- ~~~~to the contrary. Richards has since ~~golg.~,~f:: J;J:::lili~~ :cr'~~;J,;~~ Deaf Whirlwind . ~~;,~~~'dm~~~~~:' .~~;~"~,:· .;:~ ,.;':: ;:~:;,dr;:;,h:,~·" .. ~:,·~:·~~.:~; their office and of the Republic but Whenever we are tempted to believe carried on by world Communists for more that for FCC to possess the power to tcrmi­\\ hile the Texas senators, of course. that some memben or the human race have than twenty years for the purpose or un· nate the business of any station owner on \\ere opposect to him in the Tidelands descended as low on the social ladder as dertaking to propagandize the churches :t question or prejudice is wrong in prin­mattcr, thP FEPC and some other pro- it is possible to go, we have only to pick of this country. ciple. Presupposed must be a body or posals which they would not dare up the newspaper and learn that some one They cou.ld probe into the background men capable of rising completely above ~~~:::P;~~;y!~:Y~;~·\~,~"!E;'t;;'~~~:;:n ·~;~.::~.~:!.: ~~we~~~~;;,~::;:·;;:~~~~, ~; ~:~.~·"'~·:~~·~::;d ':~ .. ~~.~. ·:;;-:~~~:.: ~::~;.~:"oi'~~~.:t~!~~~~";,t:::;~:.~ and Truman, throughout the years carried nolicc or a sui~ med by a Negro whose leaders have openly denounced the siom; from proven party loyalty is tokt>n pu~~t~~~~~~~ \~~;i~l~n~~ ~;~o~~rsm:; ~~:~~ ~~:i~~~c~ti~~!leote~~leh~~~a~~~na- :~i~~an3~~~:7cdor8:~~is~~tc;~;i~i~sa~~ :;t:1~~~~!:~~ralion, achieving such a result fh';~tecsgns~ltu~~ci"h~s~il~c~~ !N:i":! tu~'~e~:• .~~:: ,7~~ ;~~,~~;,~h:,';.'';;,"; "';t";':~~\, "' thot ·~uld b< ' f"m ol '";,:',',"~~~ .;';~,:~:"~~~u!~Y ~:~~.~~~~ ~~~;.~: r.·~:.·~~a;·~~~~~· no fear of E~~~~~·:~::~~.~i'?.~·~~:~;;:~:·~~:i:: ~~~£~~~~~~:~~~:.~:~!~.;h~~~ ~~~:~:~~:::'::'".~:~:~:~.:·:::d~~~~~; It was the opportumty of a lifetime It would be well if all the wcJJ-meanin,g "ersive forces working against the inter· against private spleen. for the Congressmen and senators but brainless females who are knocking ests or this country and the destruction of U FCC can terminate at will any liccn-­from these three Sta_t~s to get to- themselves out to put an end to segrega- our ronn of government, there Is no long. ~ee·s business on the pretense that it finds *;1~er i:d ,C~;n;,:of~~~:~~:?'~o';.~{y ::• ~~~:~, •:, f~~·~u\~ md •II the •lekeo :;,:•.;; :~~ ';:;:2'""· '"d we hod " w<ll ::,.'~:."/,~",;.".!e ':,7'';. ~~.~·~~~~ ~~! nghts or all Citizens of this Republic "" Persons red. <Jnd would have plact'd th~ir names Sir Hartley Shawcross, president of -Dallas Morning News ;.~~~1 :~~~~~~~~sihi;.ortals "' the an- ~~us~,~~s~0~':;:~::S ~~c~~~1; ~~~\dt~~~ in i~~2 or,;~~~.n~.~o~~~~h~a;F.~:~n I--------- Rut they fumbled the chance to ren· British exports of electrical rnachin- inary work of softening up the votcrc; What has become of the investiga-dcr sen•ice and preferred instead to er_y to the Soviet Union have almost of Texas toward the idea of casting /ion of job-selling_ by Fair Dealers in hep their partv record Straiaht ~nd tr1plcd in the past three yars. More their ball~t for Truman aga in in spite the State of MiSSissippi? We under· the f:tct that billions of dollars"'may be 1ha~ $18,000.000 wor.th of generating of th"e T1delands steal has be-en be- stand the evidence was turned over to lost to their respecth·e States is prob- equ1pment was sent to Russia in the ~n by the Honorable Sam Rayburn. 1 he A~torney General of the Uni'l.ed ably regarded by them as a minor con· past fi.ftecn months he stated and The occasion was a speech to the .States for action which probably sidcration compared to the momen· added that such exports will continue. graduating class or the University .means that we have heard the last tous responsibility of party regularity. Our allies, our buddies, our pals! uf Texas. of it. June, l951 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Monumental Folly of the Experts Truman Administration Prepares Sets Taxpayers Back $450,000,000 For 1952 Presidential Campaign P:age S THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Ju ne, 1951 Decision Points a New Low In Judicial Degredation Bona Fide Expose of Crime Conditions Backs Kefauver Report Off The Boards Last month the only full and com-peo\ Vp~edt~anto~uss~~~e15tr1te~eyar0 oJr:;pa~~~ Refuses To Take Loyalty Oath Claims Church Out to Destroy prehen-9ive report on Crime cond1tions atomtc bomb on the Umted States. But Is Given Government Job Segregation in the South :.::!~~nu•:t~e:~~~s/~~~~~~~~~~ ~o:d There are two reasons for this lack 10 At:k~kl~::~:>~~~;o~~~:cha:r ;ehq:~re;;s~: Geo~/ul~ll~:~c~e~~;ni;:;:e::~h t:r:eun~~ politics which ~as yet been compiled, of fear on our parf. that State quit teaching school and has and secretly, both bratcn\y and subtly, are was made public. et[!~~~~~,·~rad~ ~~~:b '~~yw~~~ ~~~~ ~!:~:::~:;:::~~~::5::=~::~~::~~ r~~~o~~~~::1~~~~:~u~~ ;~r:oyp~~;: Fa::r r~~:~ ~:::u~~~~n~f ~~~!i~~ ~~f.~~~~~ss~ht~mca::~~~. ~~~r~~=~ rer;rit:. claimed that he was "cleared .. by :'his charge was m~de by_ the M_ethodist ~~e :r :~~~e~ a~re~easbtanc~oc~~~; ~~e~y ~~!~~~~-e~esv~':e~o~~~/arned the nn ~nd Security Bo_a~ before bei~ ~~~~0f1~;;n~~:~:ie:·h~~~ ~~~g~~ brawls of jm·enile delinquents Second. it would be almost imDO~· ~~~:~t~i~~ the new posJbon. but so ~as ~:~n~~~~ha~~~eee~tn~h~o~~t:ee:l:.a;·i~~ . T~e tw~ men ~nducting t~is inves. ~ible [or them to drop one of t~etr We don't care how much clearance a life. ttgat10n dtd so V.'lthout beneftt of ~ele· "atomic pineapples" over the Umted man may get from Washington authorities. vision, radio or newspaper headlines States without hitting a Federal Judge he is not a a:ood American when he re- . The matter promises to be a N!d hot iss~e and instead of spending hundreds of ff:ci~t~;;n~~y t~?u~~~~gudd~e;a~~ !~~~str)~~ attest his loyalty to his own ~~:ceh g;~~:'mC::!e~n~s ~n~e~e~~~~h~~~ ~~~~~~:~a~ sde~\~~~t:eacv:~~~~.{t~~ · . . concentrated their actlvitles at the lv 'rre~!e~lf t~~~~e~0f~~~at ~~~~f~~~ai~ T e I evi sio n Crime-Hunters Inspire ~:~;!s~~;;~~· ~~~ra~;~~\~:~a~~~~ i~~~~~~~~~~d ~ic~;;,o~~·~·i.;~~·~;; Other Politicians to Similar Action way. rec~ntly rendered a dectston whtch ts Since neither of them are candi· a direct c_hallenge to every red-blood- we get amused and develop a bad case~-- dates If or office, no punches wer-e ~~~ -~~i~~~~;al\;~c:u:~~~~o;~t~yma~~ ~~f~f~.~~~ ~;:; ~:=e 0t~d:~t ~~;~g~eana~t~:~ ce~~ssG:~::ar:s G::~ ~~=~h~~l ~~~Y~ig~~~ pulled and no eff~rts w~r~ mad~ to 1ts mstltuhons. or politicians running tor office, either on lipped and refused to talk. There was cover ~ transact.tons '\\ ~~~h mtght The decision was in the case of Dr. National. State or local le\·eJ. much speculation about this but our solu- reflect diShonor on a political party ~~;·a~t ~e ~o~%~tt::ef~:iC0~~~- Co~~el~tet:~nK~;~~~~~;;i::n~n~~~ti~t~~ ~o~h!~ ~~·~i~h:'tr:n~\\~ :,~~~~~s::/o talk ~rd~~~~~~~~~e seeking election un- ~~§F1~1r~r:~~~;e~:hffr:~~;~1r~~o~~ ~:~:;t~~n b;mr~!~~~~~i_n;e~:~ti~t ~~~ In a dispatch rrom New York, Mrs. tw!~::::!g~=:~P:;:rc~ne~~~~!c~ to his program of Americanism. to ~~~tri?"'pired Similar actiVItY aU over the Eleanor Roos(well. Is. quoted a~ saying er Knebel and Jack Wilson, and their the nefarious Buchanan Lobby Inves- ). that she saw nothmg 1n t~e test~mony 0! pie of the United States with the sor· ligating c:mmitt.ee of Congress. Ju~, •n::~·~~ :~~: t!~:~~~~~~ :::~f. ~~ve~e~aa~\'!~ay~;~~-~~~~e~~~~~~~~~ ;~~- did story of graft and. corruption Judge Keech fmed Dr. Rumely $1,· dates for oflice got busy and conducted thmg \\Tong. That seUies it. The Vo1ce of one purpose was to acquamt ~he peO· 000 and.g~ve him a six-month SUS· a thorough prob'e Into local.gambling con- Aut~ority has spoken. O'~Y.'Yer Is 1.\.Jto- which ties the Truman admlmstration pended Jail sentence for contempt of ditlons matlcally purged of his gu11t. Next case. in with a network of underworld Congress, It v.:ns whcrr o!Iice-seeking politicians forces, resulting in an impregnable J[ all Americans who hold this par· came Into the picture that the clement of we are just busting out all over with bulwark of protection for racketeers, ticular Committee of Congress and comedy ~:1s injected. glee at the Information that thl! new prcsi· inUuence-peddlers and political cxtor· this particular federal judge in con· One well known s:amblcr who had run dent of the United States Chamber of Uonists of all shades and blends. ~~rp b!hoe~!~u~~ ajr~~~~tei~ tr~~e uv~i~~~ ~;rcC:cc~:lli~:~a~~b a'\~~~=~rsat:~:u~e~~~~~~ ~~~~n~~~c:\g~lh\:!~~c~no~c~:~l~s ~~~:r p~~ {at mouth and admits lt. States to hold them ness of the investigation and its disclos- him in our class. Results of their investigation were It is one of the most dasta~dly out· ures ~nd took a powder to Nevada where published in Look Magazine on May .A~~~i~;~r in p~~e~~~~dhisa~~~~~ b~~ ga=l~li:e~p~g;~· bring him back to face ''Old taxes ne\'Cr di~they just gr?w 22. and t~e documented revelations are f;!; !~f:~sii':Ji~i~or:~f:~i~s~~f~~~~- ~!';"!:~Ybr:~!~! :~d t~~rf.;~~hi!w;rm~a~: ~:~~ :t~o~~~~:~h~ourns Senator Ke1th :~~e~::::an~":s ~:~o~~r!!~s ~~ to destroy it act put on by ollicers who had let him ruD old-fashioned idea that taxpaying citi· ~~~!~!~~r £oi~~'~r~~~~?.~: !t~~%:~;"!.~'·~,~·:,~;~;·~·:.~· .':~: ~·~~;. ~;~1-til? ;;!;~~~~";.~: ~E:i~~~~~;;.~~~~~~;~i.~~ can pro_posals mclu_di~g the .trattorous This particular person, althoug~ guilty called Democratic ticket in 19!i2. The ffhose who want an unexpurgated ~~t~s~~d n~f a~~~~~'~fte~~1: ;:;~~: ~~P;:~n!~1 ~ o~e ';1~~~n:ui;t~:~:~!s~e;; ~e~~:~~ ~~sms;~~~~~~ ~e7;n;~r~~i:~ report _of actual crime cond~~ons ln en aga.mst them by the Buchanan obtrusive and self-effacing personalities or whom are on the payroll of the govern· ~e Uruted States a~d. one whtch de- Committee. since Casper ~ilquetoast. menL Naturally the five per centers, the ptcts the far"nung tie·ID between un· The Committee for Constitutional But when oUtcers who had become aU mink coaters and the influence peddlers derworld characters and Wa'Shington Government was ~et up to resist t~e sou.ped·up by ~atching crime hu?ters _in who have prospered beyond their wildest politicians should toss the KeFauver ~~:~i~~!i~s:;~~r!f·. ~~:;t;~~~~~~ ~:~~",:~~)~!:~::";~~~:~,;;~.:'~~.~:~ ;r~H::~~1£J:~::;n~!~~:';::~f~ ~~~o;!.~ M~;o;·::~,~~!:~ ·;yd ~~~~~ Repu•bHc and make it a Soctalis.tic an- or some other public enemy equally as case in the event of the election of an hon- two fearless newspaper men. nex to a world government. dangerous instead of a guy who is about est and honorable mnn as president. tc~f~~ ~o~~~i:uct\~~~~~~~~~;,;eon~~~~ as T~;oc~~~~e:s r:~te~:=b~!~d campaign One of lhe unsolved mysteries _or t~c ~~~-?~~~~ §I§f~~[~ ~~~J~~~~ ~i§3.PE~ plans they have pursued in other coun. odds ag:dnst them. the man-hunters would from then on you·re in clover. i~l!~~{~ ~1~1¥.~~~ §fJ;~~~~ ~f:~?~~~ this great book. them to publicly_ treat as a dangerous gan Believing that Buchanan would fol- crl.mimll a ~an w1th whom they had beenl---------1-------- low the usual procedure of all those prwately frJendly for years A Washington new~paper columnist Secretary or State Acheson testifying be-of his ilk and that he _would turn the quotes the Secretary of State as saymg Core the Senate Commtllee mvestlgatln~ names of ~uch contrubutors over to protect hts orgamzatlon and h1s con that one of the fust Uun"s he mtends to the dismissal or General MAcArthur stud subversive grou_ps who would, in turn trtbutOI s, both of whom were trymg do when he leaves that offtce is to punch there had never been tmy ta1nt or Com hound and inttm~date them_ so they to protect thetr country, Dr Rumely Senator Joe McCarty In the face Well mumstJc mfluence 1n dcc1dmg Umted would refuse to glVe money m the (u- 1S branded 3 common cnmmal. maybe he will but we suggest that when States policy toward China. He said this lure, Dr. Rumely very properly refus- No, we don't think Stalin will bomb he does he have somebody handy wlih a was ttue today as well as in the pnst. ed to give their names of the con- th is countr~. He would not. for in- blotter to mop him up for the ex-Marine Now it's our time to tell a runny one but tributors. stance, want to destroy a judicial leech from Wisconsin is universally recognized we can't think of anyU1ing that will top And for the simple act o[ trying to named Keech . as being no slouch as a slugger himself. that one, or even Uc iL June,1 9.51 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page 1 Investigating Committee Chairmen Are There To Get Facts And Nol Headlines Beeauseo!thedisgracefulconduct!~ o£ FTank Buchanan, Pennsylvania According to an article in the Chris­stooge for union la:bor bo·sses in Con- tian Science Monitor the segregation gress and Chairman or the commntee .of racial minorities is more pronounc­wh'ich "investigated" the Committee ed in Chicago and New York than it for Constitutional Government. and is in the South. On-the-spot checks because of other similar groups which in ten widely separated cities, it was have performed for political effect, pointed out, disclosed that many investigarting committees are in rather Northern cities enforce segregation in low ,pablic esteem at the moment. housing more rigorously than they For this reason tt is unfol'lunate ~~e~~h a~ic~~ec:~~is~~ed.nd J!ixhoa~! that the Chairman of the Crime In- always known this to be true but ve9tigat'i:ng Committee of the Texas w~ ~re glad to s.ee ;he public ad­House of Representatives is apparent- mtsston., Segreg<~;l!on JS not a matter ~~:~~~~~ng~~li~s~ ~~e:i:h:~~ ~~\~~ ..~ J~~entto;sci~i~!~~~~ ~ ~~~ concern for the serious 1business at the wh1te and colored-races every· hand. where. MY NIGHT By the Editor When I was in Washington recently I learned of a wonderful contribution to tho cultural life in our national capitol which is the most encouraging advance in soclul progressthathasbeenmadesincea greatlcadersetthe cause of agriculture ahead one hundred years by issuing his Immortal order to farmers to plow under their crops::10d kill olltheirpigs. I found that the employees in the Department of Agriculture, many of whom were originally brought into that branch of gov­ernment service by that great leader himself, have organized a symphony on:hestra composed of one hundred members whose theme song will be The Donkey Serenade. ~ In view of the !act that the Federal government has been .~grossly negligent in the matter or providing recreational faclli­i ties lor Ita employees who are universally conceded to be the -~ hardest working group of people in the world. I think this de. velopment Is particularly significant. Even during World War U, there was no money made avail­able to work up entertainment programs for underprivileged government employees which might have made their unhappy lot as bearable as that op:~d 1e;crife:a~s~~i~~~~t~~i~;de~~ 1 -A-Co-m-mu-nis-t-i-nsp-l~e-d -.u-nc-k -.,.-.- .. -n I ;!i:~:g::~e a~:,o::;a~~~e:~::: ~:t:e:narb~:t~e:.crvlces at the front who bad the world, n.t the same •time, they also ma~e on th.e Constltullon of. South Carolina disapprove of unethical ·behavior of ~h1ch prov1~es for scgragabon of the rae~s While there was no official con!lrmRtlon of the fact, it is rumored that others th~:e ~n:~::~~~g g~~:: :ts~he press ~~:;:;~::~~~~t:~~~~~ ~hal~~~~~~=J~~ ~~~es~C:na!::~~:: ~~a=~~::~:~~~J1sn;i~=:~~:r:~~~~:il~~s t:;t:~:hs~~::::0a:~:c:~ in advance of a full investigation of an and those instituting the suit have made that branch of government will be provided with an autographed copy of the Kinsey all~ged Galveston gambling syndicate, the usual threat to take It to their buddies ~:d c~~~~~b~ tr~ c~;:::i.t!*f\g~: =~v;~e ~~~~~n c:;rt ~~: t~:u:~e~a:!u~~ In time, it is believed that the custom of supplying cultural recreation to govern· vestig&tion are transcribed and .Eiven courts. ment employe5 will become widespread and that e\·entyally a system will be out to the newspapers, there \\~I be worked out whereby Racin1 Forms will be available to all Federal workers. at least fifty sensational stories." A direct wire servite [rom the leading tracks of the country may be insta11ed in After aU, in this ~ountry we do not re:::~~~o~ ~o;:~~~ t~~~~n~ ~~~:: the Capitol, also, thus not only saving much valuable time now consumed by eatb pr:esuppose the gUJk. o£ persons ~m States Senator from Texas. Maybe the employee having to get this information from outa:ide sources, but also allowing the ~~:t~n~e~r~:~ ~ur~s~cr' ~~ voters of Texas have other Ideas-we hope. government to keep step with private lnduatry in competing for efficient workers. applies to a gambler no less than to The purpose of my trip to Washington was to attend a meeting of a groUp of a banker, a lawyer, or a deep freeze gations !behind closed doors without wor~rs from Amalgamated CountrltA romposed of both young. and old w?o are per­salesman. benefit of newspaper re porters, tele- fectmg plans for making little naas for Amalaamated Couotnes aod whtcb will be m:~~nt~vht~ea~h~fr~~~~h'pt' ~Fs~~ ~~~~-~~[i~~i~u~~ci~~~~~e;h;~~~lsdo~! oUe::~=~a::o: ::: ::~e::l t::::lcll~1:st:1~:a: ;:~:=~to the International Home ~~~m:~~t~y ~~d ej~~k~!r r!frn':~~: ~e~~o~~~lt~:~i~::t ~~~r;:~tJ~~ l~ ~~~e~~tb~::a!~1~h!;·~~~r~~~t;l~~!~·~:,:::/s~8I;a~;du~~~nt~~:S ::~ ~~e~o!a~~e~~u~ to de velop raot:s for evidence and npt form~ti?n. 1 making of a better world. ~or~:S~over material £or sens.Mional :~t~t~ ~~~~ :if~r:~si~!:fr t;~!~ spec~:r!a!:'~n~e:~e~ v;r';h~n~~~;~:;~:n~ aan:0J:~:d ~:~~T~:~;o~~;P&~~:u~~:: If Jnvestigators, State and N~onal, lines which- they hope-will L seen Anlllem of Abyssinia. were compelled to conduot all mvesti- by the voters back home. 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