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Transcript THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE -To Plead for a Return of Constitutional Governme nt- Vol. 7 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, JUNE, 1956 No. & Are We· Already Government and "Arrogant Dangerous Ignorance Is Than Humble Far .More Ignorance" "Arrogant ignorance is vastly more dangerous than humble ig­norance" a very fine speaker de­clared at a meeting recently and we were highly impressPd with the forcefulness of his logic. Humble ignorance, he explain­ed, is the type prevalent among those who either had no educa­tional advantages or did not pos­sess the capacity for learning. Such persons, he said, were frank­ly ignorant and not ashamed of it and many of them were endowed with the qualities of judgment and pla in common sense which more than off-set their lack of formal __educ.:alion. Arrogant ignorance, on the other hand, is the ty pe pr evalent among those in top echelons of h uman society who, without the faintest knowledge of fundamen­tals, set themselves up as leaders. _:'.mong those afflicte~ with Ar-rogant Ignorance are many o[Iici­als in the Executive, Legislative and Judicia l arms of government, educators, ministers, journalists, commentators, diplomats, and others who mold public thought but who are casting it in the wrong mold. Just as surely as the sun will rise tomorrow, they are de­stroying Christian civilization in the United States just as it has been wrecked in other nations by the same type o[ arrogantly ignor­ant leadership. Those who are arrogant in their ignorance think they know just exactlv what is wrong with th<;> world, what it takes to set it to rights and ·are not content until they have abolished and wr ecked every sound institut ion and n ulli­fied every u nderlying principle which has contributed to the great­ness of the country they are deter­mined to destroy. in A One-World Don't Know It? For many years earne st, thoughtful students of gov­ernment, in the Congress and out, have v iewed the subversive, spy-infested United Nations a s a lethal threat to the safety and security of the American Re­public. Repeatedly, members of the United States Se n­ate have been urged to rescind their ill-cons ide red a c­tion in 1945 whe n they voted us into this internationa l intrigue without reading its Charter, and implored to correct their trag ic blunder by taking the Unit ed St a tes out of the United Nations and the United Nations o ut of the United States. Since an appalling number of the members of both House s of Congress are human in­vertebrates and a re a s li kely t o be caught unclothed in public a s to ba heard lifting t heir voice in defense of the Constitution, the protection of our national sovereignty o r the preservation of our traditional free~ do ms, no perceptible move in that direction has been noted. In view of official inertia concerning this deadly me~ace to the n.a_tion's future as qn independent entity, all onterested cotozens would do well to inform them­selves of the background, objectives and accomplish­ments of this foreign plot which is being carried out in full view before us and learn what progress has been made in replacing intent with achievement. NEA Tells Teachers How to Putting The Responsibility The United Nations is not the first booby trap set by international Sneak UNESCO Into Schools Where It Actually Belongs ~~~~f:~:~~r;o~~r~~~~1t1 ~~ 0~~,~~.e~h~t~;:sai~~s;t~n~.i~\t~~s~~~1~~1 i;~~h~ tio~~l~n:~ii~~:lstr~~~~:;ifr~n~~~~~~~ ar~h~~ie~~~m~~a\sh~~vo f~~e~~1d t~~ ~t~i~~~~~:)~~~~!~!n:'~~~~~C' ~ha~tl~ackward, improvident and poverty~ belts ca r rying subversion into the Victor Riesel's face which blinded publ ic school systems of the country, him for life are not alone in their N_or \~as the idea behind this World Organization born at San gives teachers in such schools a tip guilt for this heinous crime. FranCISCO 111 1945 when Alger Hiss, Harry Dexter White and other ~~~:~~o~o "~i~~~~~t ~~i~~c~u~~1t t~~ in r;h:~~~-e~e b~~~~~~s b~1 ~~e t~~~: b~\~~~-o~~l:~:'S~~~e;o~=~~t~~c~~~~~~n~~e~h=r~le;ii~~~!~~~ ~;~o~~~~~~~ ernment in Washington w h 0 , campaign to sell It to the American people. ca:l~d on.:E~t~c~i~o~({~~~al I~~e~~~~it~~~~ i!~r~~~h~~~~~:u~~f:~' ~~v~~~si~~es~ The over-all _Proposal for a one-world government with the United Understanding In American Schools", labor racketeering t:mpire which States as the pnncipal :Itipe, emanated from the World Conspiracy th is sneaking procedure is outlined is bigger than government itself, hat~hed long ago a~d dedtcated to the sole purpose of robbing the richest on"~:gcer: 4:;e rnany ways in which ~v~~:uhti~~a~a~f d;~~i~~1%:~~ order ~~~~;~i~:~ r~r!hs~~~~~~~e~~~~~~a~~-d reducing it to the status of a lowly study o[ the structure, purposes and Members of the Congress who The ~orld Conspiracy is base~ _on long-range planning. is self ;;~:~~~~ ~~ ~~~~;g. ~~~oo~.e T~~; ~~~e :oefe~at~~~ i~~~f~1;!1~n~~~ perpetu~tmg and replaces any partiCipant who fa1ls out with one of ~~~f~n~~~t~~~-\~o~.~~r~~s s_t~~~;ft ~:; mands of organized labor in return ~i~:iai~~d~~~~rtet:~;:b~=~eh~~~ i~:!~~!~~~~~-e i~~~r:~i:~!o s~~~1\~~~ arise in connection with the study of for the labor vote, still have their does not make a summer, nor the loss of one battle spell defeat in war international organizations, or in the eyesight but :we should think thev the rejection of one proposal for World Government by one Senate doc~ ways and means of interpreting the would find it a little difficult tO not insure that another \Viii not take the proposal to its collective heart. ~~~\t:lr('crs or di£rcrent countries to one ~e~~e~\~~: t~!t ~\hr~v':i~~~tw~e~ The first major operation toward accomplishing its aims was the culu~fasUaN~~;~pi~1~~rsa ~~~~te~~~ii~ ~~~:~e~ !huest ~~~:e:~ et~~~ar~~~~ ~:;i~~~~~fe~~~~o~~ss~~~v~~~:~oGb~-~~~ad~~~gi~~~i;~~i~~1v:r!~t:t~ a~0d survey o[ the 'Un ited Nations and lure _tins country mto an mtcrnat10nal spider web o[ malignant and Spccializ<'d Agencies' the transition - cunnmg weave from studying the United Na\{ons to studying UNESCO may be effected by having students go through the text of the UN Charter to identify each of th<' nine passages wh:ch con­tain the words 'education' or educa· tiona!'. After these have been identi· fied, attention can be turned on UNESCO as the !>pecial agency of the UN which has the responsibility for carrying out tlw Charter provision re-qui ring educational and cultural co­operation among nations". Is there any wonder we have pr<Jc­tica lly been taken into World Gov~ ernmcnt when an official organization composed exclusively o! educators proves by its own publications that it js part of the World Conspiracy to overthrow the American govcrnm('nt and convert' it to a province in a On('-\Vorld 1\Iorxist State1 Fortunately for the Republic, at that time we had a United States Se~a~e composed of ma~1y stec.l -spined patriots who emphatically and dehmtely refused to wa1ve the1r Constitutional obligation to their own country or to stultify their oath, their duty and their honor by ratifying a Covenant which w~s clea~·l y ?esigned to dismantle and dispose o( thC' country to which the1r uny1eldmg loyalty was pledged Members of the Senate at that time had to meet the same O\"Cr~ powering argument that peace was beyond hope of human attOtinm~nt (('ontinue.l on Page 2) Mil lions of Americans Think It-The Sou th ern Conse rvative Says It Page2 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE J, •• , 1956 One-World Government (Continued fron1 Page 1) unless certain nations combined in one joint governing unit and pitched in to remake the world-a fallacy that was to be accepted in 1945 as divinely-inspired logic-but the majority of the members of the Senate at that time stood as firm and immovable as the Rock of Gibralter and refused to be swerved from their undivided allegiance to the American Flag and to the Republic for which it stands, or to abro­gate their sworn obligation to defend and protect both. In addition, they had to combat the bitterness and deep resentment of an internationalist President, Woodrow Wilson, who cherished smoldering ambition toward world acclaim and leadership- an occupa­tional disease which would one day afflict other White House dwellers - and who was so convinced that the League of Nations was his own idea that he practically deserted the office to which he was elected and spent long, weary months in Geneva nursing it along. The League of Nations didn't have the scores of off-shoot agencies equipped to cure all the social, economic and political ailments of the human race such as those which would later be clamped to the main body of the United Nations but it laid the groundwork for these extra trimmings of the future structure by including in its lay-out the notor­ious International Labor Organization to which Woodrow Wilson rap­turously referred as the "Magna Charta of Labor" although even then it was headed by one of the most dedicated Marxists in France. It also has its "International Court of Justice." The League's similarity to the United Nations was emphasized, too, in the provisions, to Which Woodrow Wilson obligingly concurred, which demanded that the United States surrender its national sovereignty "in the interest of world peace," that we agree to send American troops abroad to take a shooting part in whatever brawl quarrelsome foreigners might be indulging in at the moment and that, naturally, the United States carry the major part of the financial load. - A note that was to become familiar in the organization of the United Nations twenty-five years later, was sounded at that earlier set-up of its counterpart at Geneva when it was decided, with Wilson's approval, that the English were to have six votes for their Colonies who would sit in the Assembly, while the United States brought up the rear with only one vote, proving that the Soviets were not the first ones to out-smart our striped pants diplomats when they pulled the same deal at Yalta. The leader of the Senate forces in Washington who sounded the death-knell of this scurvy plot against the United States back in 1920 was the Honorable Henry Cabot Lodge of Massachusetts who success­fully parried every thrust of such servile partisans of one world-govern­ment as there were in the Senate at the time. However his wonderful at­tributes of courage, statesmanship and plain common sense seem, un­fortunately, to have died with him so far as tnmsmi.ssion to lineal des~ ccndants was concerned. A grandson who bears his name but little of his greatness, calmly accepted as an honor a commission to sit in the type of world organization which the elder Lodge denounced as an evil and indefensible concoction of unbalanced minds. While the defeat of the League was considered as primarily a victory by Republicans in the Senate, several Democrats also lined up on the side of their country when the final ballot was taken. Among them was Reed of Missouri who shamed his colleagues who indicated their support of the one-world government clique in these blistering words: "This thing is not Socialism. It is not anarchy. It is something worse than both. It proposes to destroy our nationality. It proposes to set up a government, ~lected not by the people of the world but by the chosen classes of the world. And you propose to establish that in this country! It is betrayal of the United States." · But there were no Jim Reeds in the Senate in 1945 when the even more vicious Charter of the United Nations came up on the calendar for action, and only a pale shadow of the great Henry Cabot Lodge. However, in justice to those members of the Senate who gullibly swallowed the internationalist bait so temptingly dangled before them in 1945, we must remember that there had been a quarter century of constant, relentless propaganda, brain~washing and indoctrination of the American people by l\larxist onc-worlders during the intervening years between the first and second balloting of the United States Senate on the issue of global organization. And in all ordeals which test the mettle of human stamina, strong men often bow down even as a slender reed bends befol'e the wind. And so it was that in 1920 the matter of the Covenant of the League of Nations was debated by the United States Senate throughout the summer and long into the Fall and rejected as an al\en d~vice to subvert and destroy the United States as a powerful , independent and invincible Republic. Members of another session of that same United States Senate in 1945 casually examined the Charter of the United Nations flown in from San Francisco by Alger Hiss and speedily adopted it as the last remaining hope for survival of that same powerful, independent and mvincible Republic, with only Langer of North Dakota and Shipstead of Minnesota casting dissenting votes. Millions of Americans-perhaps a majority of them-favor the United Nations because they mistakenly believe that its only mission, as its sponsors claim, is to bring about peace, understanding and unity among all the people of the world. But certainly most Americans would protest vigorously if they only understood that the ultimate aim of the internationalist conspir­ators who planned its structure was to strip the American government of its Constitutional powers and invest such authority in the United Nations and if they realized that many steps toward this end have already been taken. The power to declare war which, according to the Constitution, rests solely and exclusively with the Congress was, in the opinion of outstanding Constitutional lawyers, surrendered to the United Nations when the Charter was ratified. While there is some difference of opinion on the meaning of the provision in the Charter concerning the transfer of this authority..-there is no adult literate American who does not Basic Knowledge May Be Acquired In One Lesson Every American who has the remotest concern in preserving Constitutional government in the United States, whether he be Conservative or Liberal, should read just two provisions in the American Constitution and then indulge in serious thinking for half an hour: !-Presidential Oath: "Before he enter on the execution of his office, he shall take the following oath or affirmation: "I do solemn­ly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States and will, to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States." 2-lOth Amendment: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people." This brief lesson in Constitutional American government will be learned in a few minutes by all those outside a feeble-minded institution. (Only high officials in the three branches of govern­ment have been unable to master it). If the first provision above is faithfully kept, the second one is secure. If the second one is nullified, then the first one has been viOlated. It's as simple as that. realize that Congress would not dare to declare a state of war, without the advice and consent of the U"nited Nations, even in the case of attack. The authority to write tariff legislation and control duties on im .. ports coming into this country, in the national interest, no longer rests with Congress where the Constitution placed it. During Roosevelt's administration , this authority. was transferred from the legislative to the executive arm of government. Roosevelt jauntily tos'sed it over to the State Department because Alger Hiss and Harry Dexter White-the Gold Dust Twins of the administration-thought it was a good idea. The State Department immediately engaged in a lot of fancy manipula· tions such as GATT and OTC and the authority for regulating American tariffs finally wound up in the possession of thirty-five pin-headed bureaucrats who sit in Geneva and handle the job. When Eisenhower became President following his promises to clean up "the mess" he not only made no move to restore this tariff authority to Congress but enthusiastically allowed it to remain the plaything of the State Department and has recommended to Congress that it approve such fancy little gadgets and gimmicks as OTC, leaving tar iff-making power in the hands of those who _M~, elected by, nor have any responsibility to, the American people. Transfer of this power from bureaucrats in Switzerland to the United Nations is much simpler process than for the Congress to have delivered it to that international agency direct, and that, of course, is where it will wind up when World Government plans are complete. Oi'l.e of the most powerful and frustrating obstacles in the path of internationalists when they first started planning to make us part of the one-world government scheme, was the fact that the American Union was composed of forty-nine units-the Federal government and 48 States, each 6f which was an independent unit of the Republic as set up by the Constitution. The Soviets have repeatedly admitted that this stable governing system in the United States in which there were 49 separate govetning units, each exercising independeti.t sovereignty, was the principal deter­rent to their plans to take over the United States, and that it would be only when powers of the 48 States were gathered into the Federal gov· ernment that the problem would be simplified to the point where they could annex the United States as they have much of the balance of the world. This is where the Supreme Court comes in and contributes its bit. With all the concentration, purposefulness and attention to detail which they might have displayed if they had been on an international payroll, the Court obligingly began striking down the rights and sov~ ereignty of the States like knocking down clay pigeons in a shooting galle_ry and at the present rate, the Soviet dream of having this Re­~ ublic al.l done up in one package with all authority and power lodged m Washmgton, may soon become a r.eality. And if we seem to imply that a take over of our country by the Soviets and a take-over by the on~-worl? United Nati?ns. is one and the same thing, it is strictly not unmtenhonal. A totahtanan slave state is a totalitarian slave state whether its seat of government is in Moscow or on Rockefeller-donated land along the banks of the East River in New York. Further surrender of authority to the United Nations is illustrated in the case of Federal judges, picked long ago with an eye to the probability of such future decisions, and who have held that laws passed b_y the American courts in keeping with the Constitution, state and nahonal, were null and void because they conflicted with the Charter of the United Nations. At any rate, it would be well for those Americans who like to know and see what is happening to them and to their children and their ~hildren's children, to take stock of the situation and try to find out JU.st how far ~e h~ve be~~~ led into the trap of the World Conspiracy, Without knowmg 1t. l~div idual ty~ants, or collective tyrants, are far too clever when arrangm~ for the fmal conquest of a sovereign govern .. ment, to accompan~ their sneak attacks with a brass band or f!ying flags .. They operate 11.1 secrecy, collaboration and stealth under the guise of dm~g go~d, restorm& peace to the world and rendering service to all :~~:~~~·il~~~~:~~~~~~hm~ advertisement for a medicinal product, they . ~o Americans.had better get busy and take a sneak preview of what IS go111g on ~nd bemg done to them behind their backs. Otherwise they may w_ake up some morning and find a summons to appear before the Internahonal Court of Justice in the Netherlands to answer chl;lrges o!•traffic violation committed in Kokomo Indiana or Oshkosh, \Visconsin. ' June, 1956 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page l Constitution Provides Impeachment for _Supreme Court Judges for Misbehaviour When the drafters of the Amer­ican Constitution set up the judi­cial branch of the Federal govern­ment, they took the precaution to provide that Supreme Court judges h o 1 d their offices only "during good behaviour." In stipulating that judges who misbehave must be removed, they had no referen ... e to the private conduct of the justices; these great men were building an invincible Republic for those who came after them and w e r e not concerned about the personal morals of the men who would one day come to sit on the highest judicial bench in th.e land. Individual morality of such appointees was taken for granted. In limiting their terms of office to the period of their "good be­haviour," the \fTiters of the Con­stitution had no reference to whether or not future occupants of the Supreme bench beat their wives, got drunk, chased blondes or even grew a little marijuana in their- basement. All these vi­cious and reprehensible things the Judges could have done with injury on 1 y to themselves and their families and the Republic would still stand, invulnerable and impervious to assault. The framers of that document were seeking solely to insure that those honoreQ by appointment to that great body would adhere to the letter of the Constitution in handing down decisions; that their decisions ancL their judicial integrity would remain unsullied through political decisionS and that the Rights of the States would be held paramount t o the authority of the Federal govern­ment, in any ruling by the Court. The same Constitution provided that all members of the Congress of the United States "shall be bound by oath or affirmation to support the Constitution" and then conferred on them the sol­emn obligation to bring impeach­ment charges against all those in other branches of the government who betrayed their sacred trust. The official misbehaviour of all members of the Supreme Court is now apparent to all Americans in that they have departed from the Constitution and the law and have admitted that their rulings are not in accordance with the Constitution or written statutes but are based on the personal opinion of a foreigner who is openly antagonistic to the Amer­ican Constitution and has so in­dicated in his published works. This mass insurrection against constituted authority is official misbehaviour which can only lead to anarchy and it now becomes the duty of Congress to discharge its Constitutional obligation. to p r e f e r impeachment c h a r g e s against the nine judges guilty of this gross misconduct. Their fail~ ure to do so makes them equally guilty with the Court in nullifying the Constitution and constitutes wilful repudiation of their own "oath or affirmation" to support lt. If the total and complete disin­tegration of the Supreme Court is not followed by vigorous action on the part of the legislative arm of government, as instructed by the Constitution, and if the de­faulting justices are not replaced by unbiased and impeccable jur­ists who understand and respect the Constitution, Constitutional This Is Carrying Things Just a Little Too Far An occurrence that would be screamingly funny if it were not for Its serious implications is the per­formance put on by canning company officials ol Biloxi, Mississippi. For years and years this company has put out an excellent line of oysters with the trnde name of "Nig­ger Head Brand." The label on the can carried the picture of a big happy, grinning thick-lipped colored man typical of laughing. care-free and happy Southern Ne~roes in pre-in­tegration days, His mouth was: stretched from ear to ear as he hap­pily prepared to devour an oyster. Now the NAACP has changed all that. A good friend, Magdalene Charlton of Tomball, Texas, has sent us by mail 2 cans of this product. one "before" and one "after" and invited us to ob­serve the :t-lcw Look on our f:tvorlte brand of "erstcrs." Gone is the happy, grinning col­ored man from the label and in his place is a high-brown number who seems to be a cross between Thur­good Marshall and Ralph .Bunche, all tricked up in full dress and who, in­stead of guffawing like his predeces­sor is indulging-in a half condescend­ing smile. And, believe it or not, this new label says "Negro Head Brand" and the new model does not even deign to taste the oysters but has them placed sedately beside him. The name of the canning company who did this ridiculous quick-change act when NAACP cracked the whip is the "A"'uchinbaugh" Canning Com­pany. • Any way, we are going to have soup made from both cans which were sent us and we are not expect­ing to detect one bit of difference in the flavor of the one marked "Nigger Head Brand" and the one called "Ne­gro Head Brand." The only d ilference is in the Ia bel and it marks the difference between the days when people of the South ran their own business and the dis­graceful present era when vicious minority groups, collaborate with the Federal government to tell U3 what we can and cannot do. Outside of That She Likes Ike Mr~. Joseph D. Kennedy oi'Fort WorUi who resigned as Republican State Committeewoman from the Tenth District of Texas, said in her letter of resignation that her lack of enthusiasm for the Eisenhower ad­ministration's record caused her to take this step. Among the things to which she objected were: The President's ap­pointees to the Supreme Court; his opposition to the Bricker amendment; his Federal Aid to Education pro­gram; increased government expendi­tures; his failure to repudiate Yalta agreement; his participation in the Geneva Conference; dismissal of Clar­ence Manion; his veto of the natural gas bill; increased foreign aid; his intention to appoint Paul Hoffman and Dean Rusk to the United Nations and a continuation of the Truman­Acheson foreign policy. · "When, and if, the Republican Par­ty becomes Republican again, I will be ready and anxious: to work toward victory !or the Grand Old Party" Mrs. Kenned¥ wrot&. government in the States will have come to the ing_lorious end which our enemies have long planned and worked so diligently to bring about. What If We Run Out of "Points" to Use _in Our Foreign Aid Programs? Want To Bet On The Ponies? Then Uncle Sam's Your Man The Honorable John Williams of Delaware is an over-sensitive member of the Upper House who gets upset easily. For instance, he got all worked over a little thing like discovering1 while snooping around in official records, that along with the many lines of private business operated by the Federal government with taxpayers' funds, it is running a race track at Wheeling Downs, West Virginia. The senator was so disturbed that be told all about it in the Congressional Record of May 10 on page 7084. He also got ruffled because he found on examining the record that a well known underworld character whom the Department of Justice had classified as 110ne of the nation's most prominent racke­teers" is operating this race track for the government at a sal­ary of $35,000 per year which the senator stated was about the fourth highest salary paid by the government to any employe. It didn't help matters any either when he found that this race track operator had recently had a charge filed against him of being an unde­sirable. aJien. To his chagrin, the senator dis­covered, also, that another em­ploye of the track had served a term in a Federal correctional in­stitution. "I am sure that the American people will be interested to know that the United States government is operating a race track, has em­ployed as its general manager a nationally-known racketeer and is paying that former racketeer an annual salary of $35,000" Senator Williams said to his colleagues who apparently didn't say anything back as there was no record of it in the proceedings. We fear that the senator is way behind the times and if he doesn1t watch out he may get transported to some backward country because he is simply not up on modern practices in up-and-coming gov­ernments. He has probably even forgotten that when Dean Acheson was head of the State Department an investi­gation developed the interesting fact that that agency was running a sort of glorified call girl service for the benefit of visiting foreign dignitaries and that Mr. Acheson's attractive and accommodating blonde beauties were getting one hundred dollars of taxpayers' money for each evening's enter­tainment of these visiting firemen from abroad. It was all done in the interest of 11Cultural relations", of course1 and probably served to cement friendly ties between this and other countries. Any way. if this Delaware sena· tor doesn't quit snooping into records that are better left buried, he is liable to uncover something sometime that will really shock him off the Senate Floor, Americans who, naturally, ex­pected the President of the United States, in his address to Baylor graduates, to seek to inspire them with renewed faith in the Ameri­can Republic and its glorious sys­tem of Free Enterprise, and to counsel them to go out and carve outstanding individual careers for themselves from its boundless op­portunities and unlimited re­sources, as their empire-building ancestors had done, m u s t have shuddered slightly at the trend his advice to these students took Omitting any reference to these new citizens' obligation to sup­port the American Constitution and the Bill of Rights and at no point warning them to be ever alert to repeated assaults of en­emies against the Republic which is their "glorious heritage, he de~ voted most of his remarks to a discussion of the needs of Western Europe and other foreign coun­tries and the duty of these stu­dents to provide such needs. He called for an "Intellectual Point Four Program" in which American colleges and universi­ties, with the financial help of large tax - exempt foundations, 11take modern techniques and sci­ences to areas of the world where hunger for knowledge and the ability to use knowledge, are un­satisfied." He warned, however, that these educational missionaries be care­ful and not try to "transplant at­titudes1 forms or procedures of America" in such foreign coun­tries but rather to adapt them­selves to their alien ways of life. This advice seems somewhat gratuitous for young college grad­uates know perhaps better than others that official procedure in top government circles is not to seek to inspire other countries with the ideals of freedom, initia­tive, and independence once as­sociated with this Republic, but rather to adopt alien ideologies and graft them on to American policies of government. When there's any indoctrination to be done, we get it; we don't give it. Well, all we have to say is that if we do set ,.up an "Intellectual Point Four Program," we hope it turns out like our financial aid programs did when we got none of our money back. In fact, we would be the win­ners, for once, if we could gather up a few thousan~ "intellectuals" from such subversive educational cells as Harvard, Columbia, and a few others and ship them out on a lend-lease basis to intellectually under • privileged countries and then have them refuse to give 'em back to us as they failed to pay back the money we sent them. Once again we are reminded of the classic remark of a late Texan who was once Governor of the State: "There is nothing on earth so destructive of public morality and sound principles of government as the organized action of educated fools." June, 1956 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page~4-----------~_:_=~~~~~~-=-:-;~~---~;-;:-:(..::-Ai:::;D.:;:;w:: And Yet They Say It Will Have to Who Cares About Principles 'fhe Southern When A Dollar Is Involved? Conservative A MONTHLY PUBLICATION OF EDITORIAL OPINION WITH NATIONAL CIRCULATION IDA M. DARDEN, Ed;to< Ed itorial Offices Flo!l tircn Building Fort Worth, Texas Phone ED 2-2089 Price $5.00 Per Year {Everypaid1ub1triber is entitled to one frnsubseription to be1entto any person ofhisehoosinq.) Sent without cost lo memben of Congreu, members of State legisl,turei, Governors, ,ndotherpublieoffiei,ls. A helpless sparrow can drift with the wind but it takes an eagle to fly o!lgainst the storm. THE TENTH AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES: Here's Truth About UNESCO Right Out Of A Horse's Mouth A plain and honest admission that UNESCO is a purely propa­ganda medium for world govern~ men is proved by remarks of Dr. .1\<Jilton Eisenhower, Pennsylvania College president, made in 1949 but reproduced by Veterans o[ Foreign Wars recent1y. The matter was presented to the Senate Appropriations Com­mittee by Francis J. McNamara, director of VFW American Sover­eignty Campaign who protested any appropriation to UNESCO from State Department funds for its campaign to spread propaganda favoring one-world government which has been happening right along in the past. Dr. Milton Eisenhower was quo­ted as having said : "One can truly understand UNESCO only if one views it irl its historical context and, viewed in this way, it re­veals itself as one more step in our halting, painful, but I think very reaL progress toward a genuine World Government. ho~~~~;·sm~~tt~n~sit~:~~isf:J~l%\~~~ was one of UNESC01s original sponsors. It is seldom we get the truth about the thing for its parti­sans are always so busy denying that it is a one-world propaganda mnchine-, they have almost come to believe their own misrepresenta­tion!';. BelieTe it or not, toe have come to a poi11t in our plunge down­tcard where a Democratic Nation­al Conrention is to be held ln Chicago 111 which a 1·eal Dem.ocmt camwt participate m1d a Republi­can convention wiU be held later m San F'rm1cisco ln which real Republicans will hat•e no roice. The President said in his speech in Waco. that "'Communism is a failure.'' Since it has dratcn ap­proximalely 800.000.000 people into its ranks in recent years. u·e :shudder to tllink what would l1are l1nppened if it had been a succes.~. Get Worse Before It Gets Better .~.~~f: .~~~:~·~~· ~~~h~~~~~d~o~i We had thought that we had heard a little something of every many business men who always screwball proposal cooked up by the lunatic fringe in Congress, but we go along without protest with po­hadn't. litical leaders who bull them up Now somebody has f igured out a 1'Morbidity Survey" which is call- ~~=dl~aybl:;d a:h:hen~:~rr~;eth: :~/~~ i~~ea J~~s~~a1~ ~~1~ a~:~~~~. ;~~;el~g\~fa~~~a!~o~-'~!nw~~~!~~b~g~~ ~~~:;i~h~~~ reminded that it was and in the House it is H.R. 9048. Far too many of them have an The only advance information we had to vrepare us for what was coming in the form of this weird_proposal was contained in Bertrand Russell's book "The Impact of Science on Government" in which he tells of the plan of modern centralized governments to control the minds of individuals by the "application of science to the human mind" as a preliminary step in reducing the citizen to a state of coma. eye on the till and if they can still see money rolling in, they are totally blind to what is being done to their country and its in­stitutions. By some twisted Hne of reason - and in the face of facts Diets, injections and brain-washirig at an early age will destroy !~e~h~i;~~~\ha~~ ~~~e; rh~ti~~~ ~ the free will and reasoning powers of human beings, Russell writes fall of the national economy, they gleefully, and will produce the sort of individual necessary for bring- will still be riding high because ing about his ideal of one-world government. they "played along." We suppose this "Morbidity Survey" is right in keeping with the They couldn't be more wrong. brain-washing procedure required to perfect the one-world system In Russia just before the over­which the United Nations has started and in which all humanity is to throw of the ~mpire, the Bolshe­be levelled off and everybody compelled to think alike and act alike. vik called on all business men and After all , how can mental health experts and political psychiatrists do whispered in their pink ear. They their job of preparing everybody for one-world government if they don't told them to just sit tight and have a survey made and reduce all citizens to statistics, and file them that after the Revolution, their in pigeon holes for ready reference? bread, their caviar and other prod- Try as we may, we simply can't figure out how these "Morbidity ucts would be in even greater de­Surveyors" are going to operate in order to make this canvass. Will mand because every one would be they, perhaps, knock on every American front door and announce their prosperous and everything would mission in this manner: "Good morning, lady! I would like to check your be just ducky. All these business morbidity"? If they don't get the door slammed on their fingers or their men had to do, they were told, brains bashed in with a broom handle, will they continue the inquiry: was to "play along~' and take no c. no you notice any sign of morbidity on the part of your husband fol- sides. lowing severe mental strain or unhappy emotional experiences such They stayed out of it all right as making out his income tax return or mowing the front lawn?" Or and hugged to their breast the in­'' Have you observed any tendency on the part of your neighbors to toxicating thought of how easy indulge in morbidity while hanging out the clothes in the back yard? they would have it in the "New If so, were these morbidity attacks more pronounced during the time Order." they were pinning up the bed sheets than when they were stretching Came the Revolution and when out the old man's work pants?" While they were in the throes of such the Bolshevik won, the first thing attacks of morbidity, have you ever known them to chew up the clothes they did was to take over all bus­pins or take a bite out of the clothes hamper in order tp relieve the iness for the State and if any tension?" business man squawked and d ·ed The intelligent and orderly compilation of such useful statistics shou ld prove of great value and assistance to our Washington statesmen and should enable them to wipe out the national debt, lower the tax rate and balance the budget in no time at all. We have been unable to secure a copy of the bill but we assume that it makes provision for somebody to survey the "Morbidity Sur­veyors" to find out to what extent they are suffering from this dread malady themselves. If they didn't have it to start with, they will pro­bably catch it while mixing and mingling with all the '·morbidity" victims. Meantime, we predict that it is going to be a long, up-hill job for any other Congressional dim-wit to come up with another proposal that tops this "morbidity survey" deal and that the taxpayers are going to develop a chronic case of "morbidity" if they have to finance many more such idiotic undertakings. Republicans Will Have to Hurry to Top This Cozy Little Arrangement A.s much as they m~y dislike the idea, it looks like the Republicans are golllg to have to begm cultivating the white folks again. After their all-out attempts to make their party solid with the Negroes, regardless of the resulting humiliation and discomfiture of white voters, it now appears they are going to lose their quary. after all. It has been revealed that some smart Fair Dealer has out-foxed them with a neat little scheme to lure colored voters back into the Democratic camp by using Eleanor Roosevelt as the bait. The plan is to· turn this always predictable lady loose on the hust­ings right after the Chicago convention and let her engage in the activ­ity that delights her most-talking heart-to-heart with Negroes on sub­jects of mutual interest. The schedule ca11s for her to take the stump in Harlem, Chicago's South Side and other sections of the larger cities where the vote is practically all colored. Promoters of the idea figure-and, we think, correctly -that this fair charmer will have Negroes trailing afte1~ her like the rats followed the Pied Piper of Hamelin. After all, colored people have long memories and, when the chips are down, they are not likely to forget that although the present admin­istration ho.s gone all the way to attract them, even to smashing the Constitution, Eleanor was the first one to make goo goo eyes at them and to get right down and buddy with them on their own social level. Mrs. Roosevelt perhaps has less understanding of the fundamental principles of the American governing system than any literate adult in the country, but that she exerts almost unlimited influence on Negroes cannot be denied. So far as the colored race is concerned, "what she ain't got, she don't need.'' to remind them of their promise, they answered. by Jopping off his fat head. Du:r-ing the winter of 1777 when Washington and his half- naked, starving and freezing troops at Valley Forge were holding out against t'fie British and paving the way for the glorious birth of the AmericaJ1 Republic, such business men and traders as there were at the time were clinking cocktail glass~s wi~h the 'English and waltzmg With their ladies in the drawing rooms of New York as ~hey waited to give their alleg­lance to the winning side. A lot of business men a.re funny ~at way. One of Original New Dealers Wants Back In Word comes from Florida that Claude Pepper again has his eye on a seat in the United States Sen­ate but responsible and represen­tative citizens of that State insist that the fulfillment of his ambi­tion in this direction will be lim­ited to his eye. Pepper was one of the most dedicated New Dealers in Wash­ington during the days of the "Tax and tax, spend and spend and elect and elect'' boys and it is said that when an important measure was up for consideration, he would be shown "present but not voting" if his instructions had not arrived from the White House. \Vhen Roosevelt ate a rad ish, Pepper got indigestion and the close bond between them lasted as long as Roosevelt lived. Pepper was defeated by George A. Smath­ers in November, 1950 The people of Florida, and those of the United States. need more men of Pepper's type in the Con­gress like they need a hole in their head. Ju ne, 195b TH E SOU TH ERN C O NS ERVA T IV E Page 5 Without Their Consent the American Taxpayers Are Put in Show Business "lntegregated" Negro Teenagers Institute A Reign of Terror If there is any one thing, more than another, that could inform the average, non·thinking American of the perversion of the aims of govern­ment, or advise him fully of the pro­fligate and wanton dissipa1oion of the taxpayers' money, we suggest it would be a careful reading of Senate Bill 3116. They Want Something They Doni Have Or Have Something They Don't V/ant It is diffi cult to understand the intense activity of some womens' groups who eternally exert them­selves and expend all their energy This act is referred to on page 4911 of the March 26, 1956, Congressional Record as the ''International Cultural Exchange and Trade Fair Participa· tion Act of 1956". planning and working in move­pa~: ee~t :~i~o ~~~t=~ :hs~r~~fteTh~== ments that are obviously against trical booking agency to arrange the interests o( their country. earnings through additional gifts to most anybody, just so they are foreigners. The next step is to put their bright ideas into a resolu­tion and send it to Congress to put into effect. :~~~!~~· t~~~~J~g aNg~~~~sP:f,~~~~~~~: Take the National League of fan dancers, strip tease artists and Women Voters, for instance. In any other run-down performers who • spite or the fact that documented Allowing for the usual margin of error in the calculations of many Americans, both men and women, in appraising the proper functions of government, one would think that, under the law of averages and on the th eory that :r:rc;i:;i~ga~~o;~~~~dt~~ir P~~~t;v;i~~ information is available to them they are doing it. concerning the operation of GATT AU this will be do~e under the and the harmful effects on Amer~ guise of "United States Participation ican industry and American labor- :~e~c~r~:i~~e~o~~~~~ti~:~l~i~~~ in artistic, dramatic, musical, sports, and other cultural festivals, competi­tions and like exhibitions abroad." The "Angel" of this international road show will be the President of the United States who will pay for it with taxpayers' money, which Con· gress allots him for "emergencies". In the mdtter of finances, the bill says in Section 5: ''There are hereby authorized to be appropriated, to re­main available until expended such sums as may be necessary to carry out this act" No limit, no ceiling, no nothing! J ust ''such sums as may be necessary to carry out this act" . Period. Since we were going to have a "change" and "clean up the mess" one would think that the President would refuse to participate in any such ex­tortion of tax money for such Con· stitutionally unauthorized perform· anccs and thnt he would publicly shame the members of Congress for this disgusting pervers ion of the legi­timate functions of the American government. This ridicu lous departure into ex­tra- curricular activity by the Federal govemment had its origin with the advent of Roosevelt's New Deal whert the W. P . A. Theater project was set up and Myris Chaney, his old lady·s girl fr iend, was sent out into the hin­terland at taxpayers expense to kick up her heels in the name of "art" and Eleanor herself lent encourage­ment to the movement by cutting an occasional buck and wing. Now the iden, instead of being quelled once and for all lime by seri· 01_.; and responsible leaders of govern­ment, has grown into an international program and the workers and produ­cers of th is country are in the global show business from here on out, whether they like it or not. Enough pressure :!rom enough in­furiated and outraged Americans could put a stop to this indefensible performance and, incidentally, could send the bird-brained members of both Houses o! Congress who vote the fui\ds !or it, back to the pea patch where they belong. ____ _ Nature Takes Its Course On Mixed Troop Train Rioting on a troop train passing through Missouri on June 1 assumed such serious proportions that military Police from Fort Leonard had to be called in. Several hundred soldiers, both white and Negro, were herded in to· gether for transportation to Texas and the rioting was the natur<.~l re· sult. The interior of the train was practically demolished as seats were ripped out and cushions torn out by the enraged mob. As soon as the soldiers were sepa· raled, with the whites In one group and the colored in another, the dis· turbance was quieted. Ain't Integration grand? ers the prOposed OTC legislation casionally hit on a sound policy Will have, they cont inue w ith bull~ of government to advocate, but headed stupidity to keep right on they never seem to. spending Fund for the Republic money in attempts to push it The behavior of these groups through Congress. gives credence to the evaluation It shouldn't be too much effort ~~~~n °~y s~~il~fd-~f~:~~~f~~i~~ for them to do some research and in Austin some years ago when find out that the Constitution of an irate bunch of females with the United States delegated Con- blood in their eye descended on gress to make our tariff laws but the State Capital to demand the that this OTC thing puts this au- passage of some reform bill or thority in the hands of a little other which would prevent pee­clique of bureaucratic eggl)eads ple from doing something that way over in Switzerland and gives these women didn't want them to them life and death p'>wer over do, we have forgotten what. business and industrial develop-ment in this country. un·~~~~~afeoo~i~~~~e: S:t ~~~t t~: fil ~~= ~t~~~: ~~~~~~~1 ~0o~~~h 8~{ :;~t~~Y, ~f1e na:l~e·~o11~f~f~~ut~o: Churches, also spend most of their clared. When pressed for further waking hours holding meetings in details he explained : uw ell, about whi£h they try to out-do ·the of- half of them want a husband and Iic.ial . spenders in Congress, in can't get one and ha Jf of them thmkmg up new ways and novel have a husband they want to get plans by which American taxpay- rid of, so all of them are frus­~ a~ be sepa1·ated from t_he_ir_ tr_ate_d._" - ------ School Head Resignation American Legion Post Claims Restores Peace To Irving 3,500 Red Marines In U.S. Citizens of strife-torn Irving, a small city in Texas, where a contro­versy has raged for more than two years in their public school system, have won a victory at long last. The trouble nil hinged on the be­haviour of their NEA-dominated school superintendent, Dr. John L. Beard whose "progressive" ideas Jed to his dismissal last year and the subsequent walking out of teachers who quit their jobs in protest like union strikers on the water front. Recenlly a new school board was elected with conservatives in the ma­jority. Although Beard's contract had some years to run, he resigned volun­tarily and with his departure. it is be­lieved that the schools there will re· turn to the high standard o£ pre-Beard days. The only business the Consti­tution authorizes politicians in the Federal governm.ent to nm is the postal system and they can't even do that, without going into the red. The1·e is a constant plea for more money by that agency, a whine that they are going in the hole and the deli11ery service that was cw·tailed during the war under the plea of "emergency" has not been restored and p1·ob­ably won't be. Private industry could hare do11e the job much better. It would be interesting to many Americans, we imagine, to know by what authority 3,500 members of the Russian Marine Corps are running loose in this country. This serious charge has been brought by the Fort Wayne, I ndi­ana, Post of the American Legion and no official denial has been made so far as we are able to learn. And even if it were denied, we would still have more confidence in the American Legion than any \-Vashingon official who might seek to either deny the presence of these Reds here, or to justify their rea­sons for being allowed to roam. over the United States. How long would 3,500 American Marines, or even just one Ameri­can Marine, be permitted to snoop and spy in Russia? Two hilarious pictures: That of Adlai Stevenson in a small Cali­fornia t o w n all garbed out in cowboy togs including a sombrero on his domed head. And that of Bess Truman taken at the Vatican wearing thJZ traditional black lace m.antilla and looking, as always. cts if she were thoroughly dis­gusted at the goings-on ar'ound her, while Harry cavorted and grinned at her side. The rioting which broke out in Buffalo, New York, recently by teen-age Negroes was only one of many s imilar incidents occurring all over the country but wh ich are largely ignored or played down by the da ily press. In the Buffalo riot which occur­red on a boat plying between Buf­falo and an,. amusement park in Ontario, Canada, flashing knives and the sobs and screams of teen­age wh ite girls made the trip a nightmare of horror to passengers. According to an Associated Press report "all hell broke loose ns roving groups of Negroes calmly attacked the outnumbered whites. Girls were beaten mercilessly and youths who attempted to defend them were slugged and kicked without feeling." Of the 1000 on board 80 per cent were Negroes, according to the ship's crew, most of whom were armed with knives. In all r ' cases of riots involving Negroes, the latter are almost invariably armed with switch·knives. In the South their trusty weapon is a long old-fashioned razor which , in pre-segregation days, they wielded exclusively against ea ch ot her but which is now used " inter·ra .:i al ~ ly." In Oakland, California, the situ­ation is said to be criti ~a l , and the almost daily cases of r apes and beatings are carefully 4.ept out of the Oakland pre ss. Al­though Oakland schools have long been " integrated" disorders have been numerous since the Supreme Court decision on segregation which Negroes .seem to interpret as a special license to the ir race to create a reign of terror. "Must Legislation" Is An Offensive Term to Americans The press release by the Inter ­national News Service from Wash­ington to the effect that Congress was being prodded by the While House for passage of "must" leg is­lation was reminiscent of Roose­velt who, back in the Thirties, ~ 1- _ ways emphasized that anJ meas­ure his brain trust advocated was a "must." President Eisenhower is to be commended for having annou11 Ccd later that he made no such desig­nation of the bills he wants pnsscd and conceding that a Pres ident has no such authority as thai im­plied in the term "must." Ours is, or was, a Constitutional Republic ·where the Congress in its wisdom, if any, passes such legislation as is desired by the majority of the people who elected them. Needless to say, most of the legislation now awaiting action by Congress and which is spon­sored by the White House clique of Presidential advisers is harm­ful- · and shoul ci not be passed at any time. It includes the foreign aid give­away program which is impover­ishing American taxpayers; " cus­toms simplification" which m0ans elimination of finger prints which Russians object to having made; -. an Atomic Ship to sashay around over the world and bring 011 more dislike of the U.S.; Federal Hous­ing and school aid both of which are pure Socialism and a Ci\·i l Rights hill des igned to fu rthc r nullify the Constitution. THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE June, Pickpocket Finds Small Fortune In Pockets of Preacher's Pants We have never given any very deep and profound thought to the subject but if we had ever tried to figure out the spot where a sneak ~hief, could qperate with the greatest profit,• the hip pocket of a min­~ s~~: sse~eoc~!~~s would have been just about the last place we would In Fort Worth recently a member of the light-fingered gentry en­t~ red the locker room of an exclusive country club and made off with f1ve .one-lmndred dollar bill~ which he found in the posterior pocket of ~ patr of p~nts whose owner, a leading minister of the city, was engaged m the pastime of presidents on a swanky goU course near by. The thief ?verlooked two hundred and forty-one dollars in another pocket, accord­mg to the local press. The uniortunate and regrettable incident brought to mind a Sunday press sermon of the same minister sometime last year in which he bit­terly denounced those "who dress in the style of tomorrow" but whose thinking "is of the vintage of the 1890's." The good man said that he held an exactly opposite view and that, personally, he would vastly prefer to dress in the style of the Gay Nine­ties and keep his thinking geared to the tempo of 1955. If many were slightly startled by the reasoning in this published sermonette at the time, it was probably because they thought that spirit· ual thinking, based on the Word of God, was eternal and did not change like the season's passing styles in men's haberdashery. Any way, it is certain that if this great church leader had been arrayed in either the physical or spiritual garb of the Gay Nineties and was accustomed to indulging in the sound and fundamenta.l thinking and the simple measures of precaution to which men of that day were given, no such disastrous loss could have occurred to him. In that far-away period of history, seven hundred dollars was just plain not to be found carelessly stuffed i~ the pockets of a preacher's pants. Ministers of the Gospel at that time knew no such affluence and it is doubtful if any of them ever came within shouting distance of that much money at any one time in their lives. Many of them received much of their pay in bu Uer, eggs, and side bacon and worldly compensation was foresworn in anticipation of a heavenly reward in the life to come. For, unlike many of their present-day prototypes, they had a deep and abiding faith in the hereafter, subscribed without question to a literal translation of the Bible and did not regard the Virgin Birth as a figment of a historian's imagination. In that pre-United Nations era, there were no strong centralized church bodies blotting out denominational tenets of faith and operating as the unified voice of Pr:otestantism and as a powerful political pressure group for a New World Order. Propaganda was just a word in the dictionary, Karl Marx' Com­munist Manifesto had not yet been substituted :t:or the Bible as the source of inspiration for ministerial sermons and the Social Gospel was still just a gleam in that maniac's eye. We wouldn't think of advocating a return to the physical attire of the Gay Nineties but we do believe that a revival of the spiritual values of that day would go a long way in renewing the faltering faith of hu­manity and restoring peace and good will among men on earth. Also, the exercise of common care and caution in handling personal funds and a proper appreciation of the value of money held by the people of the Gay Nineties would insure well-heeled ministers against big-time losses by petty theft. Soviets Continue to Ignore N!rt~~~le~ r~0 ~~:wsu::~ri~f;:,a~~ One Treaty After the Other ~i~c~~ ~~~;;~n~1u;:~a~~: ~.[a':: How thoroughly the Soviets are ver, I have missed it. Please tell doing the job of making perfect fools me, confidentially, what you think of Western diplomats and especially of our senior senator." We think, those of the United States, was clear- confidentially, that if they ever ly brought out on the floor of the passed a law to prevent jackasses ~~nJ~~n::c~~~~di~~a~enator Wllliam _ {~~n!e~~~::n~o~lJa~~e,p~~~~dse:~ "p~~:~~~~~~dsi~~e~l~e:~;sb;fb~~~i_ n_th_e_c_or_ra_l. _____ the United States and the Soviet Un­Ion in which it was agreed that the Russians would keep their troops in Roumania and Hungary ttl maintain their lines of communication to Aus­tria, although a line through these countries was four or five hundred miles longer than a direct line through Communist Poland to Aus· tria. Their troops were to be withdrawn from Roumania B.nd Hungary ninety days after the signing of a treaty with Austria which was drawn up at the same time but not signed. The SOviet Union stalled along and did not sign the Austrian treaty for c1ght years and it went into effect July 27, 1955. The ninety days were up October 27, 1955. These troops have not been withdrawn of course and today the United States estimates~ that there are 30,000 Russian troops in Rou­mania alone while Roumanian sources claim the number is between 300,- 000 and 500,000, and they occupy strategic positions like the Coast of the Black Sea as a threat to Turkey and in positions from which they can move quickly Westward. Even though it is a Communist puppet State completely under Rus· sian domination, Roumanla was re· cently admitted to the United Nations as a "free and independent State" and the Coneress had the effrontery to mark the day of !\.lay lOth " the an· niversary of the "Independence Day of Free Roumania." And the tragic thing about it is that although the Russians have fla­grantly violated the 1947 treaty by keeping their troops in Roumania, U1ere is not one single thing the United States can do about it. The American Republic which was once .so powerful and respected that no country on earth would have dared break a treaty to which ~t was a party, is helpless to act. The United Niftions is located on Rockefeller-donated land and the International Court of Justice at the Hague occupies a Carnegie­owned building. Talmadge Promises Nothing Except Defense of Constitutional Government The announcement of the Hon­orable Herman Talmadge of Georgia for the seat being vacated by Senator Walter F. George is like a strain of sweet and half-for­gotten music to ears long attuned to the bids for office of sniveling, groveling sycophants who are ready and willing not only to sell their own souls but to betray their country for the favor of powerful voting blocs. Seldom since the days when statesmen were the rule, and not the rare exception, in the Con­gress of the United States has a candidate for a seat in that great body, based his plea for election on principles and fundamental.is­sues rather than on promises to provide pork and Federal hand­outs to the people back home. 41Never before in the history of this State has the need been so great for representation in the Congress of this country by men who will stand like the Rock of Ages for right and jus­tice and against tyranny and ruthless usurpation of power" the former Governor said in opening his campaign. "It has been impressed upon me that those forces seeking to undermine our State and local governments and Southern Way of life are operating on a na­tionwide scale and are well or­ganized, deeply entrenched and lavishly financed from the na­tional level. Consequently the battle for the survival of Geor­gia and the South must like­wise be waged on the national level." We realize that there is usually a wide chasm between a politi­cian's promises and his perform­ance but any attentive observer who watched this great Georgian perform as chief executive of his State believes that he means whcit he says and that, on fundamental issues, he will stand firm and un­afraid in the face of the tempest, rather than drifting with the changing tide. People of other Southern States with less favored representation in the United States Senate will have occasion to envy the people of Bank Offkials Pay HeavHy For Selecting Wrong Artist Officials of the Houston Second National Bank are to be highly com~ mended for deciding not to use the sculptured panel of a pro·Communist artist, William Zorach, on their new structure to be formally dedicated this month, in that city. There must be many artists in this country against whom there is no suggestion of Communist leanings and why this particular one should have been selected In the first place, is a mystery. It cost the Second National Bank approximately $110,000 to correct this blunder according to press reports but at least they did it and, unlike the Dallas Art Musuem, when they were convinced of this man's record, they did not insist on honoring him and his works. Zorach pointed out that in San An­tonio his works are highly apprecia· ted and that they will have a special showing there. We have no doubt that this is true. San Antonio is the only large city in Texas which was ready and willing to go along with a Stock­holm Marxist's order to destroy their orderly school system cmd re·arrange it on a basis satisfactory to the Com· munist·insplred NAACP. Fair Sample of Statesmanship As It Operates In Washington The long arm of the government in Washington picks our pockets by means of an income tax devised ~l :~:1ri~~r~;~rA~hG.d~!f~;~~0n~ !~t pro~inent Knoxville, Tennessee, act :~x~l~o~~~~~~~~r:~' raas~;~b~~~ :~~ of Congress. :tn "With the moneY. thus seized, sid ~~~s ~~~~~~::! l"me~::~i~fr~~ 1 ~~oa~~~o~7s :st~bli~~~~rthe c;!~~~ !~i !~~:0~merican mills must pay for he; 'The same government in Wash~ ington has sold the same cotton to foreign mills at eight cents a pound under the domestic price. This per­mits foreign mills, paying piti· fully low wages, to flood the Amer­ican market with cotton fabrics priced considerably lower than our cost of production. 11Are American textile workers to be made idle and American tex­tile stockholders made to suffer fi­nancial loss in order to permit J a­pan to capture our cotton textile market at home? "Maybe we citizens in the textile industry are dim·witted and don't appreciate our role of sacrificial goat in the starry·eyed process of thrOwing American wealth away abroad. "It does not seem to matter whether the occupant of the White House is a Republican or a Demo­crat- the New Deal runar6U'"n0: continues." Georgia if this staunch defender of Constitutional government and of the South, is selected as their spokesman in Washington as now seems certain. SENATORIAL SONATA Legislatin' one mawnin' when the field was all mine, I zigged to the left, and zayged down the line; From ridin' that fence I wa~ plumb saddle·so' But I was A ~ number ~ one with Rayburn & Co. When you see me comin', get ready for a ride. 'Cause you're bound to wind up on the ~iberal side. I always vote "as my conscience dictates" In spite ol the Rights of the 48 States! You swipe 87 votes and what have you won? A man who's got a yen to be a favorite son!~ Now the Dam-ocrats done called me - I'll go just anywhar, 'Cause I owe my very soul to Rayburn and Parr. -.Contributed by J. B. Fort Worth. Attorney General Brownell is said to be very pained over the attacks being made on the Su­preme Court for their un-Consti~ tutional rulings but if he has been pained over the Court's attacks on the Constitution, we haven't heard of it. One of the m any t hi n g s concerning government with which Mr. Brownell seems to be unfamiliar is that the people are the masters in this Republic and that only in a total dictator­ship may the citizens not criticise their public officials. re< gl< dr< There are more than a thousand pages in the report of the hear­ings of a Senate Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations !OR for various government agencies which considered appropriations ent for 1957. :;:~~ If any one had a month or two ion !~t~p:;: a~fo~~~~~~ f~ :~~r~~r1~~~ hn, activities, they might get some ~d -~~r31~f i1::ct~~n!h!h~~~t:~gF~~:= ers al government has t a k'e n over ed, ion m-i~~ for r ·h-to nd : r­. ti~ er~ ics 18 h. is i- 'n <S .'t y tt to le since it first started operating out­side the American Constitution. In what was necessarily a casual examination of it, one of the things that struck us as oddest of all, was the number of times the h earings suddenly went "off the record" like a burned-out light globe. As one instance out of hun­dreds: The Chairman of the Com­mittee, John J. Rooney of New York was trying with every means at his command to coax, beg or badger out of Secretary of State, J ohn Foster Dulles, information bout the terms of a contract :which it appears our government as made with Egypt and which runs for ten years and commits American taxpayers to cough up $200 million dollars for the Aswan Dam on the Nile. In what he said was the $64 question, Chairman Rooney de­manded of Dulles how it was that he, Dulles, Was "in the business of extending $200,000,000 and soft loans" to Egypt for the building of this dam in view of the arms agreement which Egypt has con­summated with Com muni s t Czechoslovakia. (Since that time Egypt has also recognized Com­munist China and Communist Po­land).' To this question Dulles replied: ''I would like. to reply off the rec­ord'' and Chairman Rooney re­torted: "That is just what I want ON the record." But Dulles refused to budge an inch and was adamant in his in­sistence that his answer must be secret and ended the matter with this firm rejoinder: "I am sorry. I think that it is too delicate for me to discuss on the record." At this point the discussion went "off the record," and taxpayers can only guess what his answer must have been. If Dulles personally were put­ting up this $200,000,000 out of his own pocket, it would be under­standable why he would refuse to discuss it for the record but that $200,000,000 has to be earned and turned over to the Federal government by the American peo­ple and there is naturally a grave question in the minds of normal persons a b o u t the propriety of public officials refusing to discuss the terms of their give-away pro­gram involving other people's money. It may be '·too delicate" for Dulles to discuss the terms of a ten-year contract to which the ~.. .m erican people are a party but If the taxpayers have iron instead of jelly in their spine, they won't be "too delicate" to demand to know what's going on. Senator Pat McNamara, New Dealer from Michigan: "The ~ou.thern manifesto (on segrega­t! on) may not be outright sedi­tlon but it is subversive in its in­tent to undermine the integrity of the judicial system of this na­han." \Vhat integrity? TH E SOUTHERN CONS ERVATIVE We Should Tender A Posthumous Federal Road Budding Plan Apology to Harry Hopkins Et AI lsTh~o!~! n.~!o!mo~~.tsSi~~~:. gress and the New Deal Republican administration put through the multi­billion- dollar Federal highway bill to tighten the hold of a centralized gov­ernment on the States and further diminish the Rights of States. "The critical time has come for action on the Civil Rights pro­gram. Members of the Negro race need to be safeguarded from haters and opportunists with sick minds." This moronic assertion by one Herbert Brownell of New York who is curre~tly occupying the office of Attorney General in Washington, and ~hlCh was made to the National Press Club on June 5, gives ex~ press10n to an official attitude which is far more dangerous to the continuance of Constitutional government than any position ever as­sumed by so-called leaders in the history of organized society. If this inflamatory declaration by. an irresponsible appointee of the White House were only another of the vapid mouthings to which this little swell-headed political nonentity is addicted, no significance would attach to it. If it merely represented the personal view of this upstart whose promotion to high office has been swifter than his mental ca­pacity for adjustment, and who frequently embarrasses his superiors when his tongue out-functions his brain, it would be unworthy of notice. But he is parroting a viewpoint which is becoming altogether too widespread and pronounced on the part of those whose fair· haired boy he is, for us to ignore his outrageous statement. Entirely too often, more subtle hints emanate from Washington to the effect that any American who does not subscribe to total scrapping of the Constitution for the appeasement of minority groups is, some­how, an undesirable citizen. Many people are becoming just a little weary of the thesis that those who oppose the contemptuous brushing aside of time·tested principles, customs and traditions of the Republic in order that power-hungry politicians may retain their strangle·hold on the Federal government, are "sick in mind." Personally and editorially, we oppose every phase of the Civil Rights program which Brownell defends, and denounce it as criminal usurpation of authority which not only does not belong to the Federal government but which is specifically prohibited to it by the Tenth Amendment to the Constitut ion, and condemn it as an outright conces­sion to Moscow Communists who planned it and whose sympathizers in this country are seeking to pass it through Congress. For exercising this inalienable right of an American citizen to hold and to defend an opinion on policies of the American government which founders of the Republic intended should be framed in the interest of all-and not a favored few comprising a strong voting bloc-we deny that we are mentally ill · We do confess, however, to a deep and corroding heart-sickness at the total lack of sincerity, moral integrity and conception of the func­tions of a Constitutional government on the part of those trus ted with the sacred responsibility of administering it, but who are debasing it be­yond the belief of those who bitterly cr iticised Roosevelt and Truman. Those two betrayed their country in many ways, heaven knows, but. somehow, they never quite got around to dissecting the Constitution and peddling it out, section by section, in return for votes to keep them in office. Brownell Would Make Scalawags Of Southern Enforcement Officers Enforcement officers _of the South will be converted into a bunch of modern Scalawags on the order of local vermin who sided with Northern Carpetbag­gers and spied on Southern peo­p le dur ing the Reconstruction, if Attorney General Brownell has his way. He proposes to set up a "train­ing school" for police officers in Southern States and teach them how to inform on those who vio-late the civil rights of Negroes. We imagine, ho.vever, that not too much will be done about this training school until after the election and the Negro vote is analyzed to find out if the colored people came across with enough ballots to pay for their "rights." And if they don't, their prestige will drop until they have been forced down to the leve: which the administration has com p e 11 e d white people to occupy. If They Get It Again They'll Have To Bring Along Some Hefty Piano Movers When we expressed our disappointment and frustration over the loss of the copy for the May edition of the Southern Conservative, we had no idea that it would infuriate so many subscribers and non-sub­scribers. We have been literally deluged with communications from all over the country, including telegrams, and are simply overcome with grati­tude at all this concern in what we regarded as largely a personal mis­fortune. We wish it were possible to answer all these wonderfu l people and thank them for their kind interest but the number makes that impossible. Maybe it is a case of locking the barn door after the horse is stolen, but we don't think it will happen again as we are now in possession of a very formidable piece of steel office equipment whose weight should discourage further attempts along that line. It was a gift from friends of the paper. In the next edition, we will try to include excerpts from some of the wonderful letters we received concerning the theft. Under this bill, the States will have to pay more for construction than lf each State built its own roads, ot course. In addition, the Federal gov­ernment will supervise the construc­tion and tell the States what they must pay in wages !or the building of the roads. The administration also saw In the project a means of setting up a sort of WPA to bolster the economy which now depends on Federal spending al­most altogether, and in the absence of which a depression would almost in· evitably occur. The artificial prosperity now pre~ vailing is as shaky as a drunk on the morning after 'the night be!ore. We Fail to Qualify Under A UNESCO 'Sanity' Test Former State Senator, Jack Ten· ney of California in his interesting and informative "Tenny Reports" dated February 1st, 1956, has repro­duced a ''Sanity Test'' which is based on UNESCO standards of "mental health" from a world viewpoint. The questions must be answ~red by a direct "yes" or "no" and no qualified replies are tolerated. In order to make 100 on this test, an af· firmative answer is necessary in each case. Each "no" reply will take 10 points from the student's grade. We are reproducing the l<'n ques· lions of this "sanity test" together with our own replies in which we disregard alJ the rules: 1. Are you in favor of full race equality. including Intermar­riage? NO 2. Do you favor public housing for all the people? NOT unless each person can pay for his own house. In that case, YES. 3. Are you in favor of all Social· istic projects of government? NO 4. Are you in favor of being taxed to support the people of foreign Countries? NO 5. Do you favor the demands of Union Bosses? NO 6. Do you favor the preaching of a Social Gospel rather than a religion of Salvation and soul Redemption? NO. 7. Are you happy and contented when you learn that some pea· pie are living o!f the taxpayers and getting something for nothing at your expense? NO B. Are you working for a one· world government? HA HA! 9. Do you believe that all other religions in the world are as fine and true as Christianity? NO 10. Do you believe that other na­tions and their governments are as fine and great as the United States and its govE'rn­ment? As it was set up. NO. As it is being administered. it is on a par with the re!'it of the Soc!· elist governments. Since we completely flunked out on the test, we will probably wind up in Alaska where we will have to enter­tain and amuse ourself by playing leapfrog in the moonlight on the grounds of a million acre government estate. The U.S. News and World Re­port says that at the Democratic national convention in Chicago "Mr. Truman is expected to play a senior statesman's role in help­ing select the nominee.' ' How is Truman going to know anuthing about a "statesman's" role, srnior orothencise? -. Page 8 "Bleeding Hearts" Have a Job All Cut Out for Them One of the most tragic aspects of all the meddling with the lives of Southern Negroes by North­ern and Eastern agitators in re­cent years is the opportunity they overlooked for rendering a defin­ite service if they had really been interested in the well-being of the colored race instead of being con­cerned solely in the Negro vote. This suggestion is inspired by receipt of official figures from the Department of Health at the S t a t e Capital in Austin, which were compiled from reports re­ceived from Texas Public Health clinics throughout the State. These statistics reveal a condi­tion prevailing among the Negro population of the State in the matter of health, sanitation and morals which makes a mockery of the campaign by pro-Communist "liberals' to advance the "social status" of Neg::oes in the South while ignoring completely their ,. • crying need for help in matters that so much more vitally affect their welfare. According to Health Depart­ment records from July through December, 1955, there were a to­tal of 854 c a s e s of gonorrhea among children under eighteen years old in the State and of this number 722 were colored chil­dren. These cases covered on 1 y those who reported to clinics for treatment and does not take into consideration the vast number who make no reports to clinics and who, therefore, receive no treatment for such disease. Hea1th Department figures also show that out of the 10,157 illigit­imate births reported in Texas during 1954, 6,102 were Negroes. Of all Negro births reported, 18.8 per cent were illigitimate. Of all white births reported during the same period, only 2 per cent were illigitimate. The Health Department also re­ports that the venereal disease in­fection rate in Negroes of all ages is 13 times as great as that of white people. Bleeding Hearts above the Ma- - son-Dixon line have spent untold millions of dollars in stirring up tl-ouble between whites and Ne­groes in the South but instead o! trying to cure these poor, unfor­tunate, diseased Negro children, they have confined their efforts entirely to attempts to put them in while schools where, by using the same facilities, the infection \-vill be shared. This jg not the primarY, but it is a very practical and compelling reason why segregated schools in Texas and the South are going to stay segregated except in cases where Red school boards 'who have no concern in the physical or moral welfare of either white or black students, decree other­wise. The State of the Union would ·-be infinitely improved and the cause of good government mater­ially advanced if, instead of ex­perimenting with every fool the­ory that social planners suggest, officials in the White House, Su- .... preme Court and Congress would just sit down, take off their shoes and play with their toes for the ne.l.'t couple of years. Timid men perfer !he calm of despotism to the boisterous sea of liberty Jefferson. THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Taxpayers Gouged Quarter of Million Dollars for Cultural Jaunt to Japan Honorable J. Bracken Lee, esteemed Governor of Utah, who is disputing the right of the Federal government to frisk the pockets of American taxpayers and use the loot to raise the living standards and promote the "cultural" advancement of foreigners, has many sympa­thizers who are, likewise, infuriated over having to play the role .of suckers in this crooked international skin game. There would be millions of allies in the Governor's private rebel­lion if the so-called free press would more adequately inform the Amer­ican .People of. the activities which are little short of criminal now being earned on by Federal agencies under the guise of "cultural and foreign relations" and which do not bear the remotest relation to the proper functions of the American government as set down in our organic law. We are thinking, for example, of revelations made on the floor of Congress on April 25th by John G. Rooney of New York, Chairman of the Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations of the House who told of a "cultural" project by the State Department last summer and ~bout whic~ the taxpayers who were forced to pay for it, know practically nothmg. Although the discussions concerning it covered almost nine pages of the Congressional Record, littre or no publicity was given the affair at the time it happened, nor in April when the whole thing was re-hashed in Congress. Early in the year of 1955, it seems that bureaucrats in the State Department pooled the total brainpower of that agency and came up with the brilliant i~ea that what was wrong with slant-eyed Orientals in Japan, culture-wtse, was the lack of symphony music played by an American orchestra. Delighted with their ingenuity in solving another of the weighty problems of the world with which they sincerely believe they must con­stantly grapple, the bureaucrats figuratively jumped up and down with glee as they prepared to .put into execution a program for bridging what they regarded as a wtde gap in Oriental culture. Apparently, they never stopped to consider that maybe the Japa­nese people wouldn't relish any "cultural'' indoctrination from a country which is experiencing the most violent and bitter racial relations in history; where it is fast becoming an ordeal of terror for a while woman to walk alone down the streets of many cities after dark and where slap-happy Supreme Court judges are overturning the Constitution, ~~~ ~~~~~:~~~~ ~~~~i;~o0~~n~n~pc~e~~s;:1~~ ~~~~~;.customs of the country With true bureaucrats, a thing is no sooner said than done and so the State Department rounded up a crew o( long-haired musicians and assembled them into a troupe numbering 105 persons, including the hangers-on who usually attend such celebrities, and merrily shipped th~m off to Japan. Amazingly, the Stale Department made no security check whatever o! these characters although the high rate of subversion prevailing in our top artistic and cultural circles would have seemed to suggest that every precaution on earth be taken with these wandering minstrels short of running them through a dipping vat. This little venture into Oriental cultural fields cost the taxpayers of the United States the tidy sum o( $267,000.00 cash, money-on-the­barrel- head, and while this amount is considered little more than pocket change by Washington spenders; it would go a long way toward de­fraying the inflationary cost of living to those who had to sweat to earn it and then had to fork it over to the Department of Internal Revenue. After they got back to the United States-not before they left, mind you-it was discovered that ten of these Federally-financed trou­badours were either card-carrying Communists or Communist fronters ~nd fellow travellers and thirty of the others were lefl-wingers of vary­mg degrees. This information was developed by the FBI following reports that. during the tour of Japan, members of this troupe had disseminated "culture" and had "cemented friendly relations" with the Orientals by announcing to all who would listen that the United States was a war­mongering nation and that Americans were barbarians for having drop­ped a bomb on Hiroshima during World War II. The small and insignificant item of $267,000.00 which this fiasco cost the taxpayers was paid, according to Chairman Rooney, by the President of the United States out of a "Special emergency fund'' of $5,000,000 which he had asked for, and received, from Congress for the purpose of advancing "cultural and international relations." Just what type of "emergency" could possibly arise in our foreign relations whose solution depended on trumpet-blowers, trombone play­ers and bull fiddlers is a little hard for a stupid peon like us to grasp and we imagine many others will have equal difficulty in understand­ing it. We know nothing, of course, of the fine art of diplomacy and are totally unfamiliar with modern methods of applying it, but we do know that this land o( ours is fast galloping toward a $300,000,000,000.00 national indebtedness and to a country yokel like us. it would seem that our responsibility to begin paying it off. somev.•hat transcends oui· obli­gation to send piccolo players to Japan. A few more miserable performances like this by those who were going to give us a "change" and '·clean up the mess" and long-suffering Americans are liable to make an agonizing re·appraisal of the situation and come up with the startling conclusion that they are little. if any, better off than they were in the days when standard Washington equip­ment consisted of a deep freeze and a mink coat. June, 1956 Folsom's Loss of Election Is Alabama's Great Gain Good news to Southerners re­cently was the information that James E. ("Kissin' Jim") Folsom who, as governor of Alabama dur­ing several non-consecutive terms. had brought nothing but ridicule to that great slate had been de­feated for re-election by Charles W. McKay, Jr., prominent mem­ber of the Alabama Citizens Coun­cil and ardent defender of States Rights and good government gen­erally. .Fols?m is said to have acquired Ius mckname of "Kissin' Jim" from the fact that during his nu­~ ero1.1s campaigns his "baby kiss­mg'' was restricted to those of the female sex who were sixteen years of age and older. During the disgraceful incident in which a Negro woman protege of the NAACP tried to crash the gates of Alabama. univcr.:>ity. Fol­som straddled the fence and fin­ally wound up by designating the ~~:~:,?silion movement as ''hog- This was true all right, in one case. It washed one big fat hog ~ghl ~own the drain. Southern Conservative Is Welcomed at Press Club Since its first edition in January, 1950, one hundred copies of The Southern Conservative have been furnished the National Press Club in Washington each month. with our compliments In checking up with a member of the club recently to be sure that this number of copies was desired by the Club and that we were not over·supplying them with copies which would be disci:lnlcd, we n'· ceived this reply: ''The bundle of Southern Con· servatives always arrives in an 8:30 a.m. mail, is opC'ned almost immediately and the copies placed at one end of the press release rack in a section reserved for publica­tions of the tabloid size. It is sel­dom that you can find a copy of The Southern 'Conscrvati\'C after 1:30 p.m. while other papers sueh as the AFL - CIO News. i\rnw Times etc .. all of whieh dclive'r around 100 copies, are around for two or three days, maybe from one week until the next. I sec mam· members, many of them friends Or long standing. reading The South· ern Conservative; and I seC' some I know to be of leftish tendQnci~s reading it too. often with furrow('d brows or other indices of rl guilt~,,. conscience." In Washington. D.C .. u·l!ich u:ru going to be "an e.rample to. tl!e nation·· in ''orderl11 integratwn" the situation is said to be qettinq further out of luwd will! each passing dcty. Riotbtf! amonr~ teet!­agers has been the mttural reac· tion of youngsters tln·own togeth­er by jo1·ce: 20 Negro youth.c; jumped on one smaLl white lJO.IJ, kicked and beat him lnutaH11 he­fore poLice interfened: a Neryto school principal is under indi<:l­ment for p1'acttces of !W1' pr•J'Il('r­sion against a pupil. Whilf' chil d1·en m·e being held bad.: in the hope that col01·ed children n,iq/11 catch up. with the ref.:ult thot achiet1ement a1 erages in \\·'a.<;hin?· ton school.<: are at rrn all·timf' h ,. Such a wonderful c.>.111 tiJ'' • t·, the nation.'''
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