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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 4, No. 4, April 1953
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Transcript THE SouTHERN CoNSERVATIVE -To plead for a ret11rn of Constitutional Govenunent- Vol. 4 Fort Worth, Texas, April, 1953 No.4 AMERICAN PEOPLE ACHIEVE GAINS AND SUSTAIN L o·s S E S IN FIRST QUARTER OF NEW NATIONAL ADMINISTRATION. Famed Violinist Is Conked In Country Which Originated "World Brotherhood" worl~~s i::~r~io~~t!i~~·ev~~~o~! ~t!~~ ~the performer's. fiddling arm was President must be credited with some master strokes in statesmanship which indicate a strong gesture toward sound principles and orderly processes of government, even as he has made same appointments which point a trend in the opposite direction. Future course may depend on how ef· fectively the citizens ride herd on their representatives in Washington. to Israel, he will probably render put out of busmess, and he was only such innocuous selections as temporarily placed on the inactive "The Old Gray Mare", "Johnny Get list and made eligible for disability Your Gun", or "Turkey in the Straw" payments by the Musician's Union. In view of what happened to him dur· Later, it developed that the Tel At the national election in November, most of those who were on ~~gd ac~r~:r~~Pc~~~o~r;~tlt~i!,~e famed ~ga~~~t g~~~'s ct;:~~~~it~o~~sos~i;e~!~~ ~~to;;n~~~~ ;lit~h~e;!~~e~f ~oe~~~~:~t a:h~:~i~~v:c~;~:~~t adi~:~~~~:! As he played Strauss' immortal wrote the offending waltz. " ment and despair to American taxpayers for the past twenty years. "Beautiful Blue Danu~e" ~~:al~z •. some It is reported that Heifitz is re- Forgetting the time-tested verity that eternal vigilance is the price of 7s~ube~~nt i:n~penthu~~ashc1t~·\On~~ covering and will eventually be able ~~e~~t~~:rn~~yst~~;e0;i~~~;l~~::cya~n~:~~~~gf;~~~~~e~l~u~~o~i~~a~~~~ ~~~~ forei~ners and ~~:~~:n ~ro~ue~s:"sud· ;,~h~:a~h~~~inh~u~~~ts~~di~e~/~:h~~~ administration, alone and unaided, would steer the Ship or State sa!ety denly hauled off and came out swmg- bee<l attacked in some country where back to port. lng. . . . ~.hey don't make a ~~g production of • Unfortunately, it isn't working out exactly that wa~ and while thero With a ptece of 1e~d ptpe,. ~e Wprld Brother~oo~ , send out emt.s- have been definite achievements, there have been proportiOnate a ccomphsh~ sl~gged the unsuspech?g Heifitz s.anes to proclaim It and collect mil- ments by those who were the target of the voters' wrath at the ballot box w•th such force and effechv~ss that hons of dollars to JlfOmote it. ~'all. . . Throughout hjstory , it has always been the f ate o( •pathetJC a t~d Jndo. lent majorities to have their rights and li ber ties taken away by act•ve and ANOTHER NAIL IN THE COFFIN aggressive minorities. OF CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT The elevation of the Social Se· ·- --------­curily Agency to cabinet status and We (an Do Without Millikin But ~~eucc:t~~::oa:;~v~~a~a~~;:~t!:~;t~~ We Desperately Need Williams the strange fruit borne by the seed Senator John Williams of Dela· which Franklin D. Roosevelt planted ware, who has served the American in the early Thirties. people so ably by acting as a one· At that time, Americans were man ~nvestigating Committee in u?­given the solemn promise that the covenng crookedness ~nd . graft .m dole was being instituted as an emer4 governm~nt, has had his wmgs chp­gency measure which would pass ped by his own party. with the depression but the action of Even the Fair Deal offered no Congress in setting it up as a legiti· objections as he made disclosures of mate Cabinet agency now makes it corruption in the Bureau of Internal a permanent policy of government. Revenue during the Truman admin- Not only is this a definite step is.tration b.ut as soon as the new re· toward National Socialism the fore- gime was mstalled, rules were set up runner of "Cradle to the 'Grave" se- in the Senate Finance Committee by curity legislation and Socialized Medi- it~ chairman, Senato.r Eugene . M~lli­cine, but it also removes incentive to km of Colorado, which made 1t Im­the younger generation to exercise possible for the Delaware senator to individual initiative which has made continue his investigations. fh~~rit~a~~o~~e;~r ~~~ ;;:;~~ni~~~~~~~ This ,not only does not mak~ sense al achievement. to . Amencan taxpayers, but It also pomts up the desperate need for some Young men now coming out of sort of overall experienced leadership the colleges and universities, instead in the Republican party which would Of gazing on far horizons which chal- have prevented such stupid behavior lenge initiative, courage and daring on the part of the Chairman of the are seeking the safe harbor of social Senate Finance Committe. security and government aid. The average American has never Like beachcombers waiting for heard of Millikin but all taxpayers the tide to come in, they are concern- have reason to be grateful to Senator ed only in a job which demands mini- Williams for his single-handed work mum effort with maximum pay and in weeding out incompetent and chis­the prospect of a government pension eling employes of the Federal govern-at the end of the trail. men!. lions of Americans Think It required only thirty thousand determined and dedicated profes­sional revolutionists to overthrow Russia with its population of more than one hundred million. And In this country now the militant and vigorous minority whictl steered Roosevell's and Truman's administrations toward National Social­ism, with World Government as the ultimate end. is striving with re-doublei effort to wind its deadly coils around the current regime. We believe that there are very few Americans who do not regard President Dwight D. Eisenhower as a man of character, integrity and administrative abilitv and who do not look upon him as a oerson of good intent and possessed of a sincere desire to discharge the obligations of hi• high office in the best interest of all the people. There is serious doubt building up, however, as to his capacity to effectively and successfully beat back the powerful and evil forces who were able to completely bend the will of two presidents before him, s":ay them to their own viewpoint and dictate the domestic and foreign pohcy of the United States. Then, too, there is a sort o! strange and ominous attitude o! appre· hension, which is more easily observed and felt, than descnbed, on the part of a vast contingent of Americans who voted to rid the country of tha peril of the New Deal and the Fair Deal but who never qu1te achieved tho inner conviction that they were gaining anylhmg more than a change m nam.e. There seems to be a spine-chilling fear on their part that their mis· givings are justified and that the stepped-~p attempts of subversive forces to continue their strangle-hold on the Wh1te House, may be making head· way. This suspicion was fed primarily by the se.lect.ion of John. Foster Dulles, a close associate of Truman, Acheson and Htss m the tragic days of the Asia sell.out. to be Secretary of State and fuel has been added by Dulles' subsequent behavior in which he has pled with the Senate to defeat the Bricker amendment destgned to protect the sovereignty of the Umled States and opposed a resolution by that body repudiating the secret agree­ments at Yalta, Teheran and Potsdam. It was bolstered by the appointment of Charles E. Bohlen, a con· federate of Roosevelt and Hiss at Yalta, as Ambassador to Russia who was the beneficiary of the secret agreements made there. It was not allayed by the naming of Martin Durkin, a__!).ir J?e~\P;.r;tJt:i ~~a~hit~ ~:seSc~~~ta:~;·e o~P~~?~~,:~~~o~&~ ~~I;~eraJt~; &i~ple (Continued on Page 21 Page 2 TH& SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE l-pril, 1953 SENATOR McCARTHY SLAPS LIBEL SUIT ON NEWSPAPER AND GETS CASH PAYMENT AND COMPLETE RETRACTION BY PUBLICATION FOUR FREEDOMS FOR REAL AMERICANS Many editorial writers with Red· ~.a~~~:~t~~· ;!~a~~:dv~~~~~o~i~~t~: Douglas Talks Himself ::~v~Ol~~~;Pu~~:t~ev!~~~ye:;;e~~; Hoarse In Saying Nothing now one of them, at least, has not only A debate on the floor of the Sen- Freedom from interference by the Federal government. !Ereedom to work without being forced to ioin a Labor Union. Freedom in the choice of associates without dictation from racial equality agitators, had to eat his words but has been ate recently concerning Tidelands leg- Freedom to earn~ to save and to own property without fe~r of con· compelled to make a substantial fin- islation almost tempted one to doubt fiscation by Federal taxing authorities. ancial settlement with the Wisconsin the sanity of some of the participants ~<Cnator. ' in view of the fact that the subject On October 19, 1951 the Post-Stand- under discussion involved merely at-!1---------------------' :;: ~~ds~~~~~s~; ~~:vr:.~r~,g~~~: ~i:: ;~~o~~r o~r~~:~~;' i~~~:~~;g~ks:~t~:o~ AMERICAN PEOPLE ACHIEVE GAINS Car!hy in connection with certain them. (Continued From Page 1} testimony given in a Swiss court by Senator Paul Douglas of lllinois, blunder resulting from the political ineptness of the president's aavtsors. one Charles E .. Davis, the "framing" for instance, in~isted on referring to Good faith was further questioned ,i·hen hundreds of able and sound· of Senator Tydmgs of Maryland, and pendmg legtsl.atwn to restore the Tide- thinking educators were passed over and James B. Conant, who has alwaya McCarthy's alleged connection wtth lands to lts nghtful owners as an act openly opposed efforts to remove Communists from educational ·institu· the Lustron corporation. in which the Federal government was tions, was appointed to represent us in Germany. Following a lawsuit for libel slap- "giving" something to Texas and other It was a blow to opponents of National Socialism when a Roosev@ft. ped on the Post-Standard by Senator states to which they were not entitled. spon&ored Socialist agency was elevated to Cabinet rank, thus giving official McCarthy, that paper settled for a pay- Going on a six-hour verbal binge, sanction to the dole as a pern:'a~ent polic.y. of the Amenc.an govern~ent ruent of $!6,500 cash and a complete Douglas talked himself hoarse and and opemng the door to Socialized Medtcme and Soctalized Education, Petraction of all its libelous charges, worked up into a lather and before he This suspicion is further inflamed by. repeated asserti?ns of the pre.s!. ln its edition of March 15, 1953. was through had apparently actually ~~nJ; ;~h~ol;~~~ t~~~[J~r. ~sf ~h~o~~:~vf,;'~!s %1ft~~;~~~~~~~g ~~~ !~i~~~ Referring to the Davis matt~r, th~ convmced. himself that these States After twenty years of left-wing rule in Washington, there is no place Po,t-Standa.rd editor said .ln hts edt- were seekmg a favor of the Federal for middle-of-the-road philosophy if our economy is to be retrieved from t~nal backmg up on hiS charges government by merely demandmg the the brink of National Socialism toward which it was plunged by Roosevelt against the Senator: return of \herr own property. an! Truman. "The Post-Standard has since gone With a line of reasoning that Is On the other side of the ledger, many highly constructive measure~ further into the record and finds that typical of a college professor when he have been taken which cannot fail to give hope to those of flagging faith, Charles E. Davis has been convicted gets out of his own element and be- the outstanding one being the president's promise that his administration of forgery and Is beyond belief and yond his depth, Douglas saw t)le mat· would sign no pact with the United Nations on Human Rights. ~~\e~e~~tora:~~~~~~n ha~f nc~\t~~~~ ter as a moral issue in which national While this assertion was somewhat academic since it was n~t likely In conneclion with that g matter. assets were being given to a few States !~~~JhluY;~:~t s;~~e~~~=~~: t-;:?~~~n;a;~ :[fr::~d 0~u~~e a cEi~~t, e~e~~fi~! Dealing with the charges about the :"hi~~ should be devoted to develop- concerning a subject which involves the rights and liberties of every "framing" of Senator Millard Tydmgs, mg the human resources of the coun- American citizen. the Post-Standard editor backed up in try". His decision to abolish the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, and these words: The immorality of the transaction to offer for sale to private purchasers government plants which compete 41We are now satisfied that Senator in which this property was confiscated with private enterprise are acts of statesmanship which are in line with his McCarthy was not responsible for this by the Federal government through a campaign promises to eliminate unnecessary governmental expenses and act and the record shows that respon- minority decision of the Supreme reduce extra-curricular bureaucratic institutions and agencies. sibility has been clearly fixed on an- Court in. the first place, didn't make The earnest and sincere efforts of the administration to return the other individual who had no connec- even a slight tug at the senator's con- Tidelands to the states from whom they were Illegally taken through a Uon with Senator McCarthy." science. minority decision of the Supreme Court is a reassuring gesture toward And finally in swallowing a large A Copenhagen politician once the discontinuation of a policy of legal larceny and government by the!!. bite of crow, the Post-Standard editor murdered a Kmg of De!'mark by pour- Efforts on the part of the chief executive to ~ooperate with the explruned about the charges m hiS edi- m~ deadly pOison m his ear and then various governors in removing over-lapping tax sources and levies, thul ~?~~~c~~n~~~~~~ti~~~at~rtt'~~=r~~~~ ~:~~~~;\~" i~~rone and all assets that :~s~s~!sf~r t~~~~:!tf~··,~~~~:.~;·;~; :\~~~nd~;e;;~~g~\f~~~.~~rr;,~:;.~~~~~~ tron Corporation: This method is apparently still fundamental principles on which the Republic was founded. "There has never been any evidence popular with ~oliticians who attempt His insistence on balancing the budget before reducing taxes, while presented before any Committee or to pour pOison mto the ears of the peo- disconcerting to many who feel that the only way to save money is to elsewhere that Senator McCarthy in pie and then setze the property of a stop spending it, has the approval of members of Congress who are experts any way attempted to mtercede on be- Sovereign State. on administrative processes of government. ~;';h~~.T~r~tr~~nvi~~~ p~!tS~·.~~~~ After all, the Eisenhower administration Is the inheritor of the M'ccarthy's Part in this transaction greatest leg~cy of err?r,_ debt and corruption that any mortal regim~ was on the same plane as the common A Statement We Hope ever fell he•~ to and 11 IS beyond the bounds of reaso~ to expect ~I practice among legislator's of accept- . the evils whtch Roosevelt and Truman bequeathed the1r successor, o Jng fees for speeches and earning oth- WIll Be Retracted be overcome In a few short months. er fees Irom legitimate services". We are disappointed that Senator The Southern Conservative is not concerned in the political for· The unbelievable part of the trans- Robert A. Ta.lt has not. repudia~ed the tunes of any man or of any political party and is interested only in action Js that while the- original statement attnbuted to h1m som~tm~e ago principles of government. charges In the Post-Standard were air- to the e~fect that. he .has no .obJection to In keeping with this editorial policy, we earnestly plead with ed in many newspapers the retraction Commumsts teachmg 10 Amencan schools, Americans who desire a complete return to Constitutional government of that paper and Its p~yment of $16,- so long as they do not teach Communism to to exercise their responsibility as citizens in bringing it about and to 500 to the senator for libeling him, their students. ride herd on those who represent them in Washington. has been guarded like a top-secret We lind it difficult to believe that any · After all, the voters of this country cannot sidestep their share of government document. good American stntesman hke Senator ~art the blame for the sad state of the union today and they can't reasonably And so ends another chapter in the w.ould allow sue~ a charge to stand agamst expect any man or set of men to quickly cancel out the evil effects of co~spiracy to blacken and smea~ a ~~~~:gth~~i!m~!~~::e~~~~ he was quoted as twenty years of cor111ption for which they are partly responsible. Umted ~tales senator for opposmg . . . . . In 1933 they meekly surrendered their rights and prerogatives !I Commumsts in government and the . It ts th~ eqmvalent of saymg that 1t ts citizens, stepped aside and let Roosevelt usurp, without protest, unliJll.ited fact that ne,yspapers have been part qUite all r~ght to allow a rattlesnak: to and unprecedented powers and made no public outcry as he happily packed of thiS conspiracy is the most ~scour- have the run of the nursery until •t ts the American government with Communists like sardines In a tin can. aging angle of the whole affarr. proved that it will bite the baby. This unbridled executive power was accumulated and extended ~ throughout his life tenure of the White House and assumed such Ioree l ~ and momentum that by the time it descended to Truman, it distended hiJ PreSident are of course Everybody of course wants ego to the bursting point, cracked his cranium and blew him up. ~~:~: :1::~;rn:~· t~e ~~~}a!•ant' efforts t~ peace but \\e \,m believe 'that the .. We. hope tha~ this abjec~ a!ld serv~le surrend~r of stewart1s~1p b~ bear! of all Amencans w1ll b.;·: but the Bolsheviks are sin~ere in t~ ~t~~et~e~ ~:i~erk;:~n~~~~~e~g~::' ~i~~"t~~~to~~~. t~~/ff,u~ ~~ll~~cr:~ll when the war is won and the rho, i pro . ~· 0 nen:sb'!'1 :nd co ~ threatens-the president of the United States and the members of our falls btlow par in Korea. cerdn mtenb 'rng war, w en 1 5 prove Con~ess are no further away than the telephone Western Union or tht an no e ore. Post{ffice. ' '• April, 1953 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page 3 WORLD GOVERNMENT CONFERENCE IN LONDON New Book Credits Us With PROPOSES TO MAKE UNITED NATIONS A Helping Debunk United Nations GREATER MONJrT ROJriT Y TH_AN_ IT_ 1Jr _ NO_W ___ Often we get discouraged and feel' • 1 that we are not accomplishing any- U.N. and Human R1ghts We are in possession of ~:eport ·United Nations, bound by the Charter thing. Ch~rt~rs Copied From of a recent meetmg of the Parl!a- and laws of this World Government. Then something happens to remind Soclahst Documents :::~:~~, ~~nL~:;~~- 011 World Gov· This, _it ~s. explained,. would preclude us that _we are doing all right. Our a_llentio~ has been called by a any mdtvidual seek1ng shelter be- For mstance one of the new left- San Franc1sco fncnd to the fact that the The Right Honorable C 1 em e n t hind "national a1legiance". (This is wing propaganda booklets which has Charter of the United Nations and the Davies of England was chairman of where we start making inquiries about just been published by the Beacon Covenant on Human Rights were copied tbe group whose purpose appears to the price of a one-way ticket to Mars.) Press of Boston and whose author is almost word for word from documents put be to "i~prove" on the organiza~ion A Bill of Rights is suggested but one Gordon D. Hall, makes us feel out some years ago by the League for In· Alger Htss s~t up at. San Francisco no attempt should be made, it says we're really getting places. dustrial Democracy, formerly the League ealled the Uruted Nahons. here, to attempt to safeguard individ- The name of the book is "Hate Cam- for Industrial Socialism. Their idea of uimproving" the uals against "action by the respective paign Against the United Nations" and She informs us that the Charter was United Nations is to make it more of a nations". Minority Groups, however! the author launches out against those blueprinted long before Alger Hiss framed monstrosity than it is now, if that is should have the right to petition to the whom he considers responsible for the it at San Francisco. possible. World Arbitral Tribunal and the dwindling respect which Americans We did not know this but the lnforma- It is not reported where they held World Legislature "for redress of are evincing toward this world organi- lion occasions no surprise on our part. their conference but we feel sure it grievances". (Ah ha! We knew that zation. was not in Hyde Park or else this con- was coming. Let's by all means give On his first and other pages of the . clave of international nuts would have Mmonty Groups a break and spec1al book the author quotes from the UMT Advocates .Fr•ghtened been nibbled on by the squirrels who preference If only for the reason that Southern Conservative and we will At the Prospect of Peace flit up and down the trees in that ~~::rd;~;~~~:t: w:~.~~~) get busy and j~1st break down and .. con 11 fessn tha 1 .nt 'rve~ It Is almost impossible to pick up 1 world-famed beauty spot. like what we have Wtitte a d, newspaper that does not carry a warning Fi. t ff th d Amending the Charter would be production, it sounds better to us than that even if the war in Korea is ended and W ld 1~ 0 ' tey recomt~e~ a made extremely difficult to 11insure it did when it first appeared in our pea~e comes the draft must continue i1l of o;he w~;~~:~:~ 0~~=~::y a;oin~a:;~ ~hat future amendment~ will n_ot ~~ own paper. effect. ' sunk because "there must be no right 1~~r;:e:us~~ ~~:~~~~~:~~;.g N~~~;:d· This, tog~ther ~vith the b~ast by _the All good Americans want this country of secession" It is explained that to ' . ' CIO News, m whtch we weie credited properly defended of course but it would allow nations. to secede would "permit le~'s don't make It t~ugh on our dear with having UNESCO propaganda certainly seem that in peace' time this ca11 states to be judges in their own di s- fnends, the _Bolsheviks.) eliminated from certain schools, ha! be done by voluntary enlistments. putes". In makmg the above proposals puffed us up and swelled our beau The truth is that advocates or univer- . . to "remove the imperfections of the until there's no getting along with us. sal military training with its attendant evils . There IS ~~ pro~osal for umvers~l United Nations Charter", the planners No doubt this character, Hall, in- are actuai_I:r frightened at the prospect ot dtsar~~ment earned out . by . rapid have been big-hearted and have sug- tended to discredit us in charging us peace whlch threatens to. wreck a well· stag~s . (~e can s~~ R.ussia disarm· gested an "alternate plan'' or Plan B with undertaking to sway public planned propaganda campalgn. lng by raptd stages OI any other.) in case Plan A doesn't go over big. opinion away from the United Nations This ~vel'-all campaign is dir~cted t~- A United Nations Police Force is In this Plan B, as we are able to but he missed his mark a mile. ~ard gt;ttmg an youn~ men, durmg then~ provided to enforce the pro 'sions ~f ~ake_ it out, it isufelt that. the answer. We not only admit our dedicatett er- ;::;·e!!~o~:~~~ee~:~rstomi~d!~~-i~:~:nw~~~·: ~~ic~';~~~:· w~~~d ~::b::~lu:fvet~11~ ~eesnt~~ t~ t1~wout1i~o;~~ss~~:n:i~;~~r; fort along this line. We boast it. :~o:a::~~·~1coeov~~-~ u:Ct~~t~he1nw~~: ~:~~~; legiance to the United Nations. ~:a~:s".to a "World Federation of of ~:;,e ~~:r~::t:edo;o ::;ng~~:;y~: today. woul~nb!n~~~~!t~~~~~d?~Y~1; ~~ J;:~:~: The first amendment they ~ould A~ericans,. to _the' dea~ly peril of this puls~;e ,!~~~~= ~i !~ii~eP:~~a~::cdka r~cecso~~ all disputes between two or more make would be to. c~ange article 4 evtl orgamz~twn, it ts one ~f the an attempt to inure young people to the states, a sta_te and ~itize11:s of another ~~at~~abu~~~~r~1~1 be~~m~~~n a t~e~~ proudest achievements of our life. i?ea as a prelu?e to eventual mongreliza-state, and _disputes_ mvolvmg members ber, could not secede. (In other \Vords We think we are safe in saying that hon o£ the wh•te race. of the Umted Nahons. a nation which once joins would be our thous~nds of. reade_rs feel the same When danger threatens this country. There would be a World Legis- hooked forever.) way and m makmg thiS attack on our there are always enough men who volun- ~~f!rs~vi~~w~~liroit;~is~e~:J:n~: f~~ The second ~nd th.ir~ a~end- ~~~e~io~~r w~~l rr~~t-~~~~~l~g b~o~t:~ ~:e; t~~~~ is~e:~·i~!!s~~ ,~~;P~~·:; s~:~~~dn~: the United Nations and other powers. me~ts would provide fOI wei_g~t.ed leans. be the case •n future unless it would be the (How jolly that woul{l be when they vohng" a~d to ~~e~ten.~ t(~~ activities Next month we will return the humiliating experiences they are forced tct all decided to filibuster.) ~~ti~i~y~~~~:~ich a~-1 ~~~~n b1e~~1~ ~~~~~ compli~ent and ,give a run-?own on ~i~~~r::~:r~:s~n-segregated branches of the National revenue to be raised for possibly engage IS now covered m so~e. ?f Mr. Halls past associates and United Nations would be levied pro· the auxiliary orgauizations of United actiVIties. 1---------- portionately to national income, in a Natio~s, we are unable to see how its H r • Ef 1 manner "to be determined by each activities could be extended unless. T 51 . d ope Jprmgs erna state for itself". (Think how wonder- perhaps, they might make it compul- wo IpS an In Adlai's Heart :~1 i~c~?. p~~~i~~~~dsi~t~a~;,~n ~~~~i~~a~ ~~~hr~~m~anad ~:~~i; t~.t~o) to the Th Ire Out taxes. a World Tax. \Ve can•t wait.) The fourth would be to "entrust ey Adlai _ste,·enson doesn't seem to know Back to the World Legislature. the interpretation of the Charter to A new. philosophy o£ social bdtav~or when to g•ve up. for a moment. These world planners the International Court of Justice". has _been laid down br ~ New Yor_k social In spite of his co1~1plete repudialion. haven't quite decided whether or not (Obviously the international experts sernce worker, Mrs. Elizabeth Sptsa. who and that o£ his party, at the polls last I\'o­there should be two chambers in the who helped Alger Hiss write the Char- ~ecently _addressed the Board o£ Estimate vember he clings to the limelight with the legislative body as in most State legis- ter made it so vague, ambiguous and 10 that ctty. tenacity of a bulldog ::t~~=~ so: aosnl~ ~~~de~r:et'!J~s:o~~~kn~ ~~;~~~aft~c~~yt~:j~\~~~~~d~u~~nt~~tdtl~: childu\~;;·;~e ~~~~~:d ~:~~ ~~::f ~~~~. ~~= ~n his curren_t tr~p. a~ound. the_ wor~. trate all authority in one place. If we getting an International Court to in- lady decreed, and added: h~ gtves out an. mt~I VI~\\ evety time • are going to have World Government. terpret it.) . htts a place wh1ch 1s b1g enough to sup-let's have World Government and not . . "A g1rl is entitled to one honest mis- port a newspaper. waste time ~y spreading out auth~r~ty ing ~~:t~f~~Juf;el~~n ~~1!~::r"l~~;t ~:~~otb~, c~~~:~e~nt~~n;;t :~:t~k~~:Idren Like an old maid :Who Iook_s hop~fullr t~ ~uch ordmary and unnecessar) lll· authorize the United Nations to inter- under the bed every mght, he Js an mcur-dtvtduals as taxpayers.) vene in matters which in accordance able optimist who is convinced his time · It is recommended that there be with a decision of th~ International Conference were Harry Hollins, Dean will come. an Executive Council to carry out the Court of Justice are solely \-dthin the Paul Shipman Andrews, Reverend Before he left the United states, he directives of the World Legislat.ure, jurisdicti_on of any state". (That Donald Harrington, Perkins Bass, gave out a statement explaining in great its members to be elected for a ftxed sounds fme but the catch, of course. Dudley Orr and Robert Reno, the detail why he was not elected president. time and dismissable by the legisla- is that the International Court of latter three representing a Mr. Gren-ture. (Why not just appoint them for Justice would be the one to decide ville Clark. We have heard and _read many learned ~~~:;?d o~s:~~;r!~a; ~~~~t ~~a~l~l~~ ~~is t~~d i~::i~~i~~:1 n~o w;~eurs:re~~~ There was not~ing to indic~t~ ~:~u~~~~e 0 ~a::Y n~~~~~~~~e:e1::e a~~t~~~~ that way and think "What eminent, the type of international screwballs that after the Confeience, the parhCl- that beats a simple, uncomplicated and ob-wise and impartial jurists they are!!!) who would compose this Court.) J::~~s t~ve~!ri~~~h~::ch~~at~~~ !:a~~~ vious explanation. It is recommended that every It was disclosed that some of the from which they had escaped, so we That is that they just simply did not person in the world be a citizen of the American delegates to this World suppose it was a bona fide affair. get enough votes. Page 4 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE April, 1953 The Southm·n Conservathe The Blame Should Be Seven Out Of Eight Witnesses Refuse A montllly pubhcatwn of editOf'ial opinion with national circulation. Placed Where It Belongs To Deny Communist Affiliation In a recent magazine article, Sen- Out of the first eight college pro:-H--ii-l -.d--1-S-t--U-- ----------l ator Robert A. Taft of Ohio wrote of lessors called to testify before the awe S eo e P Ida M. Darden, Editor the great need of the Republican Senate Judiciary Subcommittee in- For A Red Outpost Fort E~:;;~~~T~:!~ces Flatlro~h~~~d;~~2089 ::~·!rd~o;h;o;!:r~:~~i;~o;~:~~it~oft~~~ :::~i;a~;f~se~o~~u5~~t: ~~d:~h~~~~ ·Wi n{~:~t~!~a~;~~i8o5n~0;ov!~i~;n;;e;~~~: Price $S.OO Per Year tual information concerning his party's whether or not they were members bill to grant statehood to Hawaii which ~~~~f:~ ~rJ:. :~~t!be:n,.~·~~!~~~1 ~~ ::~fri:t eub achievements. of the Communist Party or ever had ~:cle;;_Iy passed the House by a vole o( 274 h"t withowt colt •• "'''".'" ot co"t"u, . He feels that a revitalized pub1ic- been: . . . Jn support or his negative vote, Con- •umbm.;! !::!: ,L::~~~·:~;:;'.,:over"'"· ~~n:~:~rtl~h~~i~tb~l;e:h~P,;;~~~~a:vt~~~ Ame~~1:nth:~ t:eeh~~~sti~~~onFiaf~~ ::;:;:~er~:~:d P~;n~~~ c0o~:e::l:: i~a\~::~ I I tween the present administration and by this action provided the answer sidering this legislation, or rather in pass- A helplut sp•rrow con drift with the wi"4 the Truman administration". they officially refused to give. ing it without consideration: out it toke• on usl• to 11' •soinst tho storM. In that same article he appeared The eighth witness, Dr. William The average size or an American State ~========~Ito lay the blame for the bad press the H. Withers of Queens College, an edu- is 40,000,000 acr~s. The area or Hawaii .is The Tenth Amendment To The Constitution of The United Stotes: administration has been getting on cator whose thoughtr.ul observatio~s ~~~0·: :~l~~v:;it!:,~nly 332•800 acres smt­Washington reporters of whom he on his long fight agamst Commumst said: "Most of them supported the elements in the schools gave the Com- Jt is ~000 miles !rom t~e Ma~nland and u,~~~~d ~~:::;s b;o:h/~:~:i~~t~:~. ~~: New Deal for twenty ye~rs and i~ is mittee valuable information, answer- only 9 or 1ts 20 Islands are mhab1ted. p1ohibited by it to the Staus are rt· ~ard, to change the habitS of a ltfe- ed all questions fully and frankly. Of its total population or 470,000, 184- served to the Stott$ respectively, or to hme • . . 732 or 39.5% are Japanese. the peopte. In this connection we respectful- ObviOusly coached by Commun~ft The White population or Hawaii has A Shoemoker Should Stick To His Lost ly suggest that possibly the reason lawyers, all seven of th~ oth~r plo- dropped .steadily since 1949. At thnt time why Washington newsmen have not fessors made almost the Identical re- lhere were 139,398 Caucasians in the Jsland; stressed any striking "contrast be- ply to questions and offered the same in 1950 the white population dropped to tween the present administration and argument against the right of the Sen- 102,998 and in 1951, it was only 45,794, or One or the reasons why communism has ~~:YT~r~~t"s~~~ti.nistration" is because ate ?·om~ittee to inquire into Com- :~~t:g:r 0~h~h~:~a~r~o;:~:;~;~:t ~~~~o:ee:. ft('ped into our educational and religious mumsm m the schools. instituti.ons is .because or the exag~e:ated draw~n?y ~~~hp::~~i~~~:~~ ~~~ aopn~~i~~ The seven refusing to te~l wheth- sine;~:: :~e:~e:~ st~te u~:~~~ as~~=ti~~~.tpt~s! toncephon. wh1ch tea~hers ~nd mJDI~t~r~ ments which he makes and by the e~ or not they were Commumsts w~re ~slamls pro\·ide the locale for Commun­lla'e Jcqmred concernmg the1r responslbill· Congress in the policies they adopt. Rtchard Austin of New York Ctty 1sts to get control of any State go,ernment tJ('s. . So long as the president names g~~=~=; NJe~~e~~rk~~;~~~ G~r~o~~; thf'r;~land resources do not come anywhere 1t ~~. no.t the function of the teach~r .~~ New Dealers to important positions in istrar of City College; Elton T. G~staf- near to supporting the people there and try to tram the student for responsibJh· gove.rnment and so long as Cong!ess son, Brooklyn College; Tima Ludins, w~shington is having to send them $4,000, ti(·s of citizenship in a changing world'' as co~h.nue~, . ~r refuses to repudiate, retired New York high school teach- 000 per week now to support the territorial th('y have been instructed to do by the ~~~~~~d ~~Itbate~ub~anRoso~:;1eltnea~~- er; Oscar H. Shaftel, Queens College g_ovti:nment, the schools, the Army and Nalional Education Association. men and co~mentato~s ~a!no~ be f~st·~c~~~~y Young, Brooklyn College ~a'~f this $4,000,000 should be cut orr as •lru~h~~!:~c~~ s~~i~~~e~o ;::at:n~:~c~: ~:f~~~.t~~t~e~~\~~ ;l~Jse~~(~~IJeea~~~; The bleeding hea!ts and fellow i\."~~!d ~~tint~~ event tf Sta\~ho:d, t~e regtmcs travellers who have bJtterly opposed g ca e P t: 0 e peop e wou ave 0 f1:-.ti.Jooks on sui.Jjeer.s prescribed by local the efforts of the Committee to get moH' out or starve. rl'hool boards and they ha\'e no responsi- Af~er all, n~WS_Paper reporters, at the facts concerning Communists Cong1:cssman Smith's vot~ against this bility whatever in shaping his thinking on colummsts and 1 adJO commentat~r.s in American schools, should read the proposal 1s another outstandm.g case or a t~xt.raneous matters. such as politics o~ re· ~;~~ l~i~~~r~e~~r~ ~~~~~~~p~:~~~e pto~~v~ i~~~i~~~~u~!ni.im~u~s~~~~~~~\~e r!::l~ ~:~mj~~~~ti~~u~~ngd:~ngdr~~~ ::~~ !~~n::~; hg10n. That funchon belongs excluswely VISIOn. who taught in New York high schools on a matter of sue~ vital concern to the 1o parent• or guardians. They do not make it. for twenty years before retiring on a taxpayers or the Umted States. By the same token, the mini.ster has one Senator TaU expresses a senti- pension. • - :~~·~~~d,hoa~ei~d~'~Y g~~~~· ~~:~~~n c:;!~~;:; ~ne;tc~~:~i~~s~:~~e~t;~l/ng~~~ ~~a::t resp~~ful d:{!ft~~e i~l~u~~~ffin~n~ll d!~: Not Fit .· ~0 Te~Cfl ;;,:~e~~t~~~veh~i~~u:h~~~~~s:\: ::::~~!'~: cans vJho, like him, desperately want tempts. of the Committee t~ get in- (From Chllshan Economics) rolitics or dictate economic policies or go\·· ~~t:~!~~i:·~~~:~~s!nbdel~=~~~~a~r:J~ ~~~~at~o~~i~~hus~h~~v~o~~s~~~~~;~~~ \\ho '~:c~~~r ~~~=n!~Ye ;;o~:e 0ii~~~~a~:~ f'rnment. ministration" not only clearly defined up and send her bac.k to the miser- tionr!l Conference on Higher Education, that • No malter how expel't they may be In but demonstrated by concrete ex- able country of her btrth. membership in the Communist pa1·ty was their own profession, it has been pro\·ed amples and action. And sUB, for twenty years, she not ,;ufficient evidence to wan·a~t di~missal tl~nt a school teacher, coll~ge profess?~ or Unlike the senator, however, they was actually paid to disseminate her or .mEmbers or college and umvers1ty fac- !i~:l:!::~~~~:~~::i~:~i~:~:ln~:~o:~:~:·t:~~ ~~~~~re b~ot~~~~t~~~;i~v~er~~rmt~,"F~~ ~~~~~;-s;~~mideas in an American :'.:::~£~:c~~%~~~~trn::~. ",~:~~ •• ~;st~:'; ideological schemers. . . . . co~~~~net~t~r~s~~~~l ~~~y~~el~;~~:~~:~y disco~~a~~:1ld:~<fl~=~ic~~tl~at~~~~ a~~ :~!i ~~~~~:;·is;;.::d~~~gi~7t:u~l::~~~~~iagrii:~ . Whe~ Appe.les. "as exh1b1tmg ~ne or feel. that thts 1 espons1bth~y lies. m the overcoming the big lead Communists coHtroJ. ::: ~~t:~'~\~u~ ~0a,:t~:~~t ~n c~b:~:: ~~;c~~: Whtte House and on Cap1tol Htll. ~=;~~n~ill,ed r~Dgii~ut:e ~~~te~~:~l~:i~~i me~:~r:~.r :t:~~~~· :~~c~~~i::'~i~~~i;~ ~\ui~: ~:s~:~~~~~l:~~~!~~ie~~~·::.~~i~i~! ~~~ s'~::: Former Roosevelt Aide domination or this country. ~t~~:s who ~dv~~at~. ~he~ in a twty !ha: wi~ ~f the leg, the .Greek artist re~.roved him: . . . . ~~er:~~~u~·ou~hJ:~d's~~~lsd ~oe di1:m~se~a:s 'Shoemaker, shck to your last . Sees No Change In W!ll.lan~ Buckley, a pat~'lOhC and soon as such facts become known. That is exactly what the teachtrs and ~~~lndfthm~t~g younf. educat~?~~·ma~~s lt is fm'lher our opinion that those \\hO ministers or this nation should do. New Deal Laws gr~supsor~~:isl~ ona~~e~~~~or~~hts. re~~~i~u~ rer:~~ to. answer questio~s concerning me~· . ~r~ups. in.sist on U~eir. rights, coll~c· ~:i~~~,~i;: i:::b~;;.1i1;::1~s:v:~~~~ 0~ a~~;: From lhe pastor of a Christian Church G II~ al~ addtt'\\;~ll~Var~ 'ifnn1~· t~\'~stsoms~~t o~g~~e~r ~t1h\sh labor.~~- stong n ·idence Jof guilt, btit in soyd~ing, in a West Texas oil town: "The sentiments a ~~~~~~~1:.;c:~d ~'los~ ~~~cia.te ~~srh~ ~~a~het7c ~~n:~rva:ivesustam~e~.0 ~~~fst: ~rxc isqu~lified themseh•es for the teach· tlf your pa~er arc ~l~ite pl~al'ing to a num- late Frnnklin D. Roosevelt, asserted fully as brazen spokesmen of Com- mg professwn. b('r or C'~nshan numsters m Texas. I read that the Republicans have paid "im- munism, Socialism and Welfarism ride 1---------- it somctmlt'S thro~lgh the. com:tesy of a plicit tribute to Roosevelt by quiet ac- herd on the new generation." The Republicans are to be commended m<·mber of the legJslntme 10 this area''. ceptance of all major New Deal legis- for th"e forthright manner in whi('h lhe . latio~~viewin the Socialist ro ram ~~~~~1 ~~eisl~~~~:.~ .. :ending in the na- ~:~t>1;;pla;:;: t~:~r ~~~;~anan,~it~1 aw~~~ '!'he rccm:cts of the Institute .of Roosevelt lau~ched hrent ,!,rsg a 0 g . ngamst ~vhom there .was no breath of s~a~- Pal'ific RelatiOns. the managenal but not calling it by this ~r~per uSe' Apparently. Mr. Hassett fatls to dal. ~~ IS. a r_eCreshmg .contrast to a Slml- ~~~~pto"'~~e hC~~!~~m}~~. ~~~~.u\h~~ Hassett said further: ' !~~ ~~~~~i~~;~fi~~ ~~~wef~~~~~ ~~~s~ !~:Ys~~:~!~~no:t~ :~: c~~~;!:a~f~;;·~no~~=:. the organization was financed almost "The pre~ent Republican admin- but it is to be hoped that the line each 11 little worse than the last with Tru­in its entirety by the Rockefeller istration. in control of both the White of demarcation will become apparent man ssserting in each case: "Tain't &o". Foundation and the Carnegie Endow- House and the Congress, is equally as the new party in power becomes or- \\'ithout passing on the merits or the mfnL both of whom haYe tax ex- silent about the repeal of any New ganized and better equipped to carry charges agaimt Roberts, Mr. Eisenhower fmption pri\'il<'ges of the go,·ern- Deal laws which. as the party in oppo- out fully their campaign promises to llgr£ed that the party's head should be a mcnt. sition, they fought tooth and toenail uclean up the mess in 'Vashington". person above reproach. April, 1951 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Libraries Used As Clearing Houses For Subversive Literature DECLARATION OF PRINCIPlES OF THE S,OUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page 5 lf you go to. your local library and ask·r--- -------- The following Declaration of Principles, published many times here~ !or books by patriotic American writers, Another I nvestigotion to fore in the Southern Conservative, wilt continue to be the policies of the ~~:d ct~:~e~u~r~t';o: t~~Yt~h:~/~~ot~:~! Seems To Be In Order paper. they have never heard of such books; or It has been reported in the press that their En1thors. approximately 300 sex peryerts have been Those of us who are responsible for initiating the Southern Conserva~ But ask lor _volumes by left-wing weeded out o! . the S~~te Department •in tive plead guilty to the charge of being hopelessly old·fashioned as we ~~ri~:~sbl:~:ui~hke;ir:~~l come up with them ~::en~i~~ni::t ~:a:.dl.l!hon to the 90 who love our own country with a blind and passionate devotion, above all others For instance a sm_all-sized magazine Obviously, that branch of government on earth. ca!Jed ''New World Revtew" explains that has been functioning for years <IS a hotbed . . . . i~s publishers have written to thousands of of homosexuals and it would seem proper We fmd ourSelves wtthout the shghtest des1re to change our form of 1Jbrari.es all ?ve~ the count.ry and have got· for authorities to go into the matter and see government to conform to foreign ideologies or to attempt to re·shape ten t:~sn:e:~~~t~~.o::l::::i~: ~:;~ ~ethc:7t~ :0~ t~~r~n w:~ea ;;:c~:n!:~i:~h:f ;:~ht::~ it in the Soviet mold. ed a certain library to find out if they had there. We are convinced that those who founded this Republic framed the it and they did. Then we asked if they . had "The Lattimore Story" by John T. :vhtle such degeneracy ~·esults from greatest instrument !or the government of men ever devised by human ~~~~~n0t~~h!~e~at~~~~i·~ ~~:k~.he same was ~:~1~~o::~ ~se~a;s~:.~~~t 0~n:it~:s~:e:anm:;~ mind. This is no reflection on that parlkular no ~ccasion !or placing the conduct .of our We asserted in our first edition, and now re-affirm, that the Southern library but indicates how assiduously the foretgn affa1rs almost completely m the Reds work to get their literature placed hands of these outcasts of human society. Conservative is not interested in the political fortunes of any man or where the reading public may quickly (!vail ----------1 of any political party and is concerned solely in principles or government. themselves of it. . . . Obscenity Is Deleted one ~~:i~e;m:h~r~~r!:;~:;it~~ :t.~~~v~ In UNESCO Pamphlet .In. our discussions o[ State and .National . iss~les, we shall sh~w no more Russia Today" and whose name is shown . . . . parbahty to the Tycoons of Indusby than \\e shall to the Cza1s o[ Labor. !~et~::~~:so~ft~~e~:i~!~ia~fat;~~:~!~~e~: Cult~r~'rte~r;~!~~~o::l~t~:t~oi7:1 a~~f:~1rya~~ In fact, we seem to remember that some of the biggest business men ~i~~ o7i~si~h~0n~~~ri~~~!~~-is;snd its seH· ~~:it~;~t:~n~a!~o~~ek:;~~~r;t~·~nN~~~~:n~~~ in the nation teamed up with labor union racketeers in playing ball with Frederick Vanderbilt Field, notorious lets as ongmally published. the .New Deal and tbe Fair Deal when those economic atrocities were riding Communist propaganist is the magazine~s In a series of bro('hures written es- the crest. :Far Eastern editor. pecially for teachers, there was an obscene The publication denounces Eisenhow· reference to the women o! Southern Italy The courage, integrity and patriotism which must be commanded if ~:·:g:·.c~l~~u~~~{~s:~;e~~ pardon the Rosen- ~:~~c~~br~::h~~o~:att.u1~he •P:!~~7-:P~~ ~:~ t~e Repu~lic is .to survive will not be faun~ exclusively among represenl a- It presents page after page of praise omitted in the recent re-print or the book- hves of big busmess or leaders a£ labor umons. ~~ssti~~ f:~::~:,e~:~a~~a~~:~~~ni:!d C!il~ea; let. The offending and indecent paragraph ~t must be drawn from that vast group of average Americans who ask Iron Curtain countries. was on page 12 of the ser ies called ''Toward nothmg of government except that it secure them in their inalienable right _ It points out the "dignity of women" World Underst<lnding", in volume VI o{ the to work, to save and to keep a reasonable shar e of the fruits of their I oil. 111 these countries and insists that "Soviet old edition ;~~m~~~e.~!ve a rich, interesting :md ..~:.eward A comparison of the old and the new We are against the domination of government either by big busine~s or "Soviet mothers need not wcrl'y abOnt editions of the booklet will .sh~w tha~ the big labor and we maintain that favoritism to either group on the part their children's future • the disreputable paragl·aph has been deleted m Jts enttrety. of a State or National administration js un·American, immoral and a ~;:ttei~ss~~tsihe:;h::st~~~. h;~~~~!d~~dtoci~~- depr~~~Yev;~· ~~~~~~: st~i, e~:~~~.:il~oar~~ flagrant abuse of power. zen\~fo~~~in~~vit:te 5.~:!:~~ificant prospects ~;:ee~~st:~~~:~: to nauseate and repel any We acknowledge our indebtedness to the courageous and patriolic of the Soviet Union's development from Coalition Bloc of sound·thinking Democrats and Republicans in both Houst·s Socialjsm to Communism, which means the of Congress which has prevented Communis1ic influences from tomplf:'te creation of a l_ife of abundance for .all". An Amendment That domination of our Federal government. fo1· s~:~h~:asit~r~::~tu:l~:z:~~~nt;rb:h:r!~~~ Should Be Passed ed but we would like to know why the In All States We are opposed lo the reckless squandering of the taxpayers' monf>y 1~~~~:~~~v~h'::ogpha~~~!~e a:odun:~iu~:r:;;. t:aii; A proposed ~onstitutional Amendme~t by incompetent, irresponsible and improvident pub1ic officials and \\e to handle the works ol many good Ameri· to the Constitution of the State of Cab- contend that taxes should be levied for purposes of revenue only and not canswhy should the public libraries of· the ~:~l~l~: t~:~e ~~:~c~~~~:~~c::a~;e ~he:ti~:i~: to punish the rich, reward the poor or redistribute the wealth. country. be used as a clearing .house for Arti9e 1 of that document to. read: VVe are firmly committed to the principle of States Rights and we "hold subversive propaganda? pend~~2a~de~aa:ee c~~t:i~,;~~~i~:~~b~:~.i~~~:: that the people of any part of the United States are entitled to maint2in Communists HoI d ~:;,~~!g ~~~,~"~ .. ~i~:;,';, ~~o~~!o:;:~,~~~~~:: :~~~:, o:::k;~;j:~t:~,:~::r;:~u.~:·~~t!::el~;:hi:"~~:~:~~erence rrom poli-customers. tenants and employees; acquir- Joint ServiCeS ~~·!'pe~;;;se:~~n!ur~:~~~;siann~I :~iai~~~e~~~! We are unequivocally in fav.or of Free Enterprise as opposed to Those of us who have charged through- ty and happiness". government ownership of business and insist on the responsibility of ~~~~r~::nt:~a~~e~~~~n~~~n~~i~h~·c!~~~~~!~ The proposed amendment was intro- every American to seek to improve his social and economic condition Party and that he corrupted the principles duced in the Senate by nine members, in· through initiative, energy and thrift rat "her than leaning on the arm of of the Democratic Party to conform to Com· eluding Senator Jack T~nney of Los An- government for support. munist pattern need no longer defend our geles. v~ews in .th~ matter. \\'e have had our It would be wonderful if this amend· V{e concede to every man the right to \\Ork and the opportunity of c · ar~:s C~~~~:t~:~ently twenty-fh·e police men.t were passed, not o?IY_ in California profitable employment regardless of whether he does: or does not, belong siu:.~~ wer~ r~qu~ed to dispe~se a ~row~ ~:: ~a~~0~,\~;e~t~~~s~=~e,:.~1!'~~e 5~~~=s~~~~ to a labor union. ~ m;et~~; h~~ ~~ t:ee~~~~ci'; 0~ .~:e~f::n in passing it there. On the· other hand, we claim for the employer the irrevocahle Soriet Friendship. California's alien population is prob· right to hire and fire his employees without instructions from any govern-to jo~:~;::!io~~ ~:~:l~~e~. b;o~~:v~~u~~~ ::!Y a~~i~oen:l:;~ntt:/~~~\~:r::;~ ~:~~.~ :71~ ment agency, or intimidation by Federal Police. Jose~~ ~~~~u~7~ ~~t~~~t~~~a\.;~:~~~;e:i·s· ~aow.the limit to prevent it from becoming We feel that at this crucial time in history, it is imperative that news-tributed throughout the south by Com papers and other groups seeking to influence public opinion should exe1t munist Party Headquarters, 268 Seventh every effort within their power to help preserve our republican form of Avenue, New York, through its agents in ··communi~t Fronters,. New Denl com- government. our Free Enterprise system and American way o( life. We !:~le~o~!h~ ~ha:~:;~::111r~~:~d;~! ~vi:s e;; ;o~~t~:!~~~. ~:r~~:~~gc~~;~;~st:~.o~::~:~~n=~~ shall exert all our energies to that end. ~~:uidar%:r;~:: ~s;~c~~tet~~rs:i~:i~i;~~~ a:: ~~:.~ ~aa:ScyB~s~.r ~~~~~~i~{~~ar~~y·~::=!~: These are the sentiments of the .SOUT~ER.N CON~ERVAT!VE ;~d ginnings toward a New Deal for the Com- Texas. '·In fact, almost Hery one is against although ours may be only one small vmce crymg m the wilderness, we " 11l mon Man - so auspiciously begun during Joe except 150 million Americans who are fight for fundamental American principles. as we undf:'rstand them. without the Roosevelt decade of the late '30's , • :· tired of disloyalty in high places" apology to any man or set o£ men. P•v• 6 THII S O UTHERN CONSERVATIVE April, 1953 EDITOR'S WIFE BELIEVES COMMUNISTS SHOULD I Communist Pamphlet Merely Reflects Political Views BE ALLOWED· TO INVESTIGATE THEMSELVES Of The New Deal And The Fair Deal Administrations • • One of the Communist pamphlets, The Washington Post is perhaps prepared in Communist Party headquarters best described as The Daily Worker New Book Called "The Lattimore Story" at 268 Seventh Avenue, New Ym·k and all dressed up in white tie and tails. I A H fb k' s f B I I mailed out from various Southern towns While the Daily Worker spreads S ear rea JOg aga 0 e raya and cities by the "Southern Regional Com- Party Line propaganda among the un- Reading the new book "The Lat- . . mittee' of the Party, has been received by washed on the wr_ong side of the timore Story" has left us with mixed f~~i~i~%~ai~of~o~~~~~~itn~ut by trusted us. tracks, .the Post dtffuses the sa~e emotions-gratitude ror men like John Onl atriots with 8 strong heart It is understood that the Attorney pink pnnCiples through th~ drawm? T. Flynn who have the courage and and an Yu~shakeable conviction that General o£ Texas, the FBI and other ag­rooms o~ the elite in the nahan's ~apt- the genius to accurately paint the good will triumph ultimately over encies are looking into the matter to find tal and m such environs as its c1rcu- picture of America's betrayal by a evil can read this correlated and docu- out who mailed these pamphlets with a lation covers. small coterie of educated persons in mented story of organized and de- view to possible action against them. Unlike th~ ~ally Worker. ho~v- this country and so~r~w ~hat it should ~t~l~ra~ea~~~~~yalh~f ~~~l\~oufy;~ af~~ However, we could find nothing in the ever, \~hose ed1tonals are prepared m ~:a~v~ce:s~~~s{0 ~i~f:~ni~~~t~:nhJ~h~~ its rescue from its domestic enemies. pamphlet which has not been championed its Qff1ces an~ whose efforts are car- brackets ~f American education. for years by the New Deal, the Fair Deal, ried on by paid members of its staff, . . . the CIO, Americans for Democratic Action the Post engages in _extra-c_urricul_ar spin;t as~~d:~~~~~e~~eofh~eaa~ ~~~ ~he~ "F~;o:Y ~::e~~~o~I:~e~~a:x~~~v;~~u~::~ and oth~r groups whose political thinking activity thr~ugh the distaff Side of Its spair to constantly confront evidence above any other writer in the country when and action has closely paralleled that of offtclal family. ... of the vast network of treason which it comes to calling a spade a spade. I am the Communist Party. lddr Aests At~l~~teicA~~icr:~e~~:~c:;ti:~ ~voevber~nt~e ~~~i~n ~~~e ,!o~~!e n~id:; ~~\ ~~:~t~~ ;e~~o~!~~r:tu~~~servative' but Praising Roosevelt and his efforts for the "common man" the pamphlet says: of School Administrators, Mrs. Agnes "The New Deal concept was born of the ~~;,;r~u;v;;;u~!hl~:g~~:~ t~~~i~~~:·: SENATORS MEET A CRUCIAL ISSUE ;a:i~:rs.p~;.i~i·~~g::";:~~:· a:~ ::::;·b~:~ ;:~·t:sh:v~:\;;;g~:~~a~s ~f:~u~~t~~ BY TAKING TO THEIR HEELS ::;,":~:pe~~~:a;h~:: :::::~~e:o:~~:.:o;! weed Communists out or the teaching Only six members of the Umted and other reform prom1ses from the prlVll-profession in this countr}·~ . . ~~~~~~~:n~;~e~ve[~e P~~~:n~v:~dtak~~ ~~;! ~~~o~~ee~~;.~ f~~~~o~~~:~u::~:~ eged and wealthy rulers of the country •. She referred to the m_vestJgatton to elevate the Social Security Agency mg. national Soc1ahsm becomes too Confirming our oft-repeated charge on the part of a Cougresstonal Com- to Cabinet rank and the absence of obvwus to be overlooked. that racial agitation is part and parcel of n~it1~~e into C?,mmunism in th_e Schools the other ninety is understandable. fusel~~y V~~ ro~t~:u~~i s~y th~i :~ Communist doctrine and orig.inated _in Mos­IS shameful and the hearmgs or ~ It was not a very courageous act worthy of the confidence their con- cow, the pamphlet asserts: l'The fight for eharacter "to make any honest Amen- to walk out on an issue of such tran- stituents reposed in them by electing social progress in the South in general can sick to his stomach'' and warned scending importance to the taxpayers them to office, the still, small voice of cannot be waged success!ully apart from the the teachers tha! their reputations ~f the nati~n _but was prob?b_ly th_eir their cons~ience will _reproach them struggle of the Negro people for political, ~~~~e t~1~s~11~fh!~~~ :;1!~:c~d1~1~~~o~~ tdea of bmldmg up an ahb1 which for cowardice under fire. economic and legal equality ... So long McCarthy, Jenner and Velde". After Half A Century Lady Astor Suddenly ~s. ~::4tt::o:~1:t~; f:o:!r;usbl~: ::s:c~a~~~: Apparently she was totally uncon- with wfiile citizens and are excluded from ~::i~~~~~~-~~\~~~~~:~:~d~~n!~~·:; Becomes Interested In American Politics ::::::;u:~~~~l~ ~~:~i~~'to~~d w~~t~~e":~:;~ ~t;oll~=~ko~~nr~E~~~~/1\:~i~ ~~~~Y!~~~ .. ~dy Nancy Astor's atrocio_us ex- manners of English people or their ~~ ~~:akc~~~n~~ef~=~~~: .. ~£ the South • • • ~f,."~~~~a;~~\~~dd~~~:~u~~f:,~ ~;o~~~~ ~~~:~~o~f:a~b~~:;:t:h:te~p%~~~!~: ~e;~~l~c~o vulgar displays of emotion . Th~ p~mphlet urges that we ."outl~w stitu~i~nal g~ve_r~!"tn: ~nd its replace- licly a wish for Senator Joseph R. There are, of course, many peo- :~::m;~~tt:;hearn~o~~~:~ga;~:;l;;a:~stt:e~~ men Y a OCia IS 5 a e. McCarthy's death by poisoning_ must pl~ in th_is country who feel about the exercise of the right to equal accommoda- Quoting Dr. James B. Conant who have been extremely embarrassmg to Wisconsm senator as the lad~ from tions on public trains and buses and in now represents the American govern- her hostess. En~land does but they are, m the waiting and rest room facilities; the right ment in Germany Mrs. Meyer said: "I . . . mam, beetle-browed fell~w travellers to use all public health and hospital facili· agree with Dr. Conant that the inde- . After all, the same mvit~~IOn who follow the . Party. line and are ties, libraries and parks, schools and public pcndence of each college and univer- which had been extended the VISitor no_t of a cla~s w1th which one would auditoriums". sity would _be threatened .if govern- from. England to atten~ the party thmk th~ VIScountess would care to All this of course was first thought up mcnl ~genctes of any sort would start must have also been delivered to Sen- be associated. . in Russia, passed on to party workers in ::~;~!'"••s Into the nature of lnstruc- ~~~rn ~~~.;::~~y or he would not have ator,p~~s~~~~lfiin~e t~~n~~~t:/h:r:"~j ~~:k;~u~~Yin~: ~h~.:.::m~::.~ :;Y;el;:,~ anv ~~t~~~i;egn!e~~~rE'em~~':: ~fai~!~ It seems to _us that ~dy A~t~r's ~~~~:d~:;t~le~r~~emo~~~ g~:~~oeus t~~n trav:~lers in all clas~es of American society. eritment with the teaching o£ C~m- intense concern 111 Amencan pohhc~l she dese1 ved. Repeal the anh-_Iabor laws- the Taft­monism i_n ~merican schools, she of- affairs com:s with poor gr~ce at th1s He might have very aptly retort- ~~;t~:/~~;i:h~t~t1;1 ~h :;!ie~~:}~~~:r~~: fercd S_oc1ahst England as a mod_el _for late date smce she left thiS count~ ed that at_ least h_e. had !lever be_en pamphlet in reiteratin; pleas along similar the Umle~ States to employ. pomhng almost a half century ago to marry a char~ed wtth .conmvmg With e_nemies lines often inade by the CIO. ~~~/~:te~n g~~~~n~~~n~:ar~hseyo/~~·~ title and bec?me a full-fle~ged citiz~n ~~s~1J f~~~~la~~ s:fe h'~~~~:~~~1\vft~ we could not find anything in the en-kind for the schools and that the fac- of England 111 whose parhamen s e the forces of Hitler. tire pamphlet which has not been advo. ulty runs them altogether. has served. cated for years by those in control of our It was her opinion that if there Apparently, however,_ ~he has ab- Colored People Who Are !?~:~":a:~\~~~n~~~e!~;:.i:eo;:~~::;t~ounr~ is need for investigation of Com- sorbed none of the trad•ltonal good The Sa lt of the Earth ing the New Deal and Fair Deal admin-mumsm 111 Amencan schools. t_he istrations and which continue to flourish. ;~~0 j~~~cul~h!h~~~~~ :~~r~~~~ ~;~~ gressional Committees to expose them of b:ae~~;~iy y:~l:r:o~=see~::u;~t\~o~~u~; 1---- ------ would do if the facul~y was_ Commun- are "shameful". Cora Malone, an intelligent and high-class Another Dulles Bobs Up !:1~1~~~ ;~~~~~;_sts mveshgate Com- pressoi~c:h:~:1~1·na\~~nit~~~~ki~~ ;~~ ~~;~~~~g :~a7::r 7,~e0 b~il:in~e:~~: ~~r t:: On Government Payroll Following this ama~ing talk by in influencing public policies has been fice is located. There must be some special charm in Mrs. Meyer the American Association demonstrated and the usefulness of ~ And scarcely a day passes that we are the Dulles name for we now find that t here of School Administrators. which Is a wife in emphasizing her husband's edi- not the recipient of some kindness on the are not two Dulles• holding down jobs in branch of the National Education As· torial views has been established. pnrt of James McCoy, genial factotum of the Federal government, but three. ~Y~t~~o~e:l~o~:~r~~h~~~t~~~: stood by . T 1 hteh ttratghedydotf t,he ~efrftort~t~~e ~:~inb~li~~i~J·~~:·1~1::e 0~h:~~-f~~:::o:sn~~: In addition to John Foster Dulles, Sec-t~ no a e e 1 ~r s WI e oo_ e life more pleasant for the tenants. retary of State, and Allen Dulles. head of In addition, her address was later Side of the Commumst teache:s m the Central Intelligence Agency, there ts a sis· reproduced by the National Education controversy, for most of her_kind have They are two a~o.ng many _who repre- ter, Eleanor Dulles, who is connected with Association and sent to teachers done that, but that the National Edu- sent all the best quahties of their race and the State Department and la atationed in throughout the country. thus putting cation Association which plays such a ~·ho have_ not b~en af!ected by _attempts of Germany. the official stamp of NEA on implica- vital part in the American school sys· rrrespons1ble whtte agitators to Imbue them Uons that Communists should be al- terns thought well enough of her re- with suspicion and _distrus~ of white ~eople . It is f~rtunate for the Dulles ~amity that lowed to continue to teach in Ameri- marks to circulate them throughout of the South who, m the fmal analys1s, are anh-nepohsm laws do not apply 1n the Fed-can schools and that efforts by Con- the teaching fraternity. their best friends. eral government, April, 195• THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page 7 PASSAGE OF BRICKER AMENDMENT IS ESSENTIAL FOR NATIONAL SECURITY Fareweil to MY NIGHT We sincerely hope that the mem- • By th• Editor ~=;~r~ft~~epl~~~~~eJ~h~o~Js~~~egu~~s; ~~~O:j:n:~rr~~e ~~~:npr~f;~:;,ast~~~ this !~~::~a~~;r:e:~ ~:~~t;dh:: :h;e:t:~~h~~~e~o.~~~'~:~v:t'~ut out its first edition, and pass the Bricker amendment to would brmg down on the1r head a the Constitution which is co-sponsored demonstration of such righteous in- As may have been suspected, it was intended as a take-otf on Eleanor Roosevelt's by sixty-three other senators. dignation on the part of the American "My Day" which, at that time, was being run in many new5papers throughout the The Bricker Amendment merely ~~op!~r~~~~ \~~y 0;~:;~ never politic- country. seeks to prevent the acceptance by y · When "My Night" appeared on the scene, Mrs. Roo~velt was going strong. !~~er~~~:rnt~:n~o~stii~~f~~s oth:~~ ise ~~tm~~er ~;~~~~~lle!i~a~rr~~i In addition to her. eCCorts as .a .columnist, sh~ was a. delegate from the ~nited United States. not do, this amendment should be States to the Human R1ghts CommiSSion of the Umted Nahons and was also active aa '!'his amendme":t .is back~d . by ~~s~~: ~r :~i~e~:p~~~~ec;n~h~t si~vr~: ;r:~~~~~ommentator, lecturer and magazine writer, as \\ell as conducting a television r~a~~~a~~~~t:: paa~~~O~~C ~~~~~~:~b~~ ~:~~;~~~~~:i~;:e:~~rsf~: !h~:ne~:. . In between acts she .was functio.ning as a walking delegate for American left. ~~;.";,~~~~~-:g~~~~~~dt~;o~g;1~~t only i!~~;[a~~~~ng this vitally important :;n;e;;,t":~ ~~:;;;.i::·~:~:~~o~a~o8~::is!f Pt~oegr,~:;i/nd, at the same time, servina In asking that the amf:ndment Mr. Eisenhower cannot be presi· In this capacity she flitted about over the earth's surface giving unsolicited advice :not be passed_. Dulles cer_ta.mly _re- dent, at most, for tttore than two terms to heads of governments on Socialist policies and extending lr~e counsel to all member• fl.ected no credit on t~e adminiStration under a Constitutional limitation {lnd of the human race on their social responsibilities and the J::election of their personal whos;::o:a:~~:;eh: ~~o:::dtot::~ ~;~;a~n~~rJ~~: ~~~tre~~~~~e~a~;~! associates. . . . the president would not sign any follow him. Her efforts to reverse soc1al custor:s and re-vamp human behav1or were d1rected pact involving "Human Rights" is be· Every day the passage of this originally at the South where she inshtured a campaign to divert all Negroes from side the point for such a pact would amendment is delayed is a reflection the kitchen as ser.vants and re·route them into the Jiving room as guests. }lave to be approved by the Senate on the integrity and patriotism of It was her dream, once she had accomplished this primary objective, to go on and if the members of that body our representatives In Washington. from there and t•ke the world apart, country by <ountry and oection by section, FOUR PROMINENT BOSTON MINISTERS and reconstruct It according to the warped and perverted ideals to which she had become committed. With absolute fidelity to the program of World Planners, she labored diligently BELONG TO COMMUNIST CELL in *he United Nations for International social legislation which wu to be forced oa f?----------l various countries, including her own, in the form of treaties. whati~e~~~~~. ~; ai~~~~~~ti;i~kt~r!:~;. story on the FBI agent's testimony. This included a universal marriage law, tucked away in the Charter on ~uman ers like Bishop Oxnam had following By withholding ~t from the public for Rights, removing all ra~~al barriers and encouraging the mdiscriminate matmg of the testimony of the FBI agent before some reason which is not under~tand- persons of all colors which would have served to nduce the social status or lmmaa the House Un-American Activities able to us, they have proved therr un- society to that or a kennel of mongrel dogs. Commit.tee some days ago. ;~:t~~e~~s a~~. ~;p:::~n!~l~~~~. r!ci~ "My Night" was offered as a counter-attack on these m:;sault.s against dignity, de- :rrus ~an who posed as a Com. ly approve the treason of these corum and moral principles and was written on the theory that ridicule Is a more ~~;:~t th~~~~~u;o;~~1n:~~ !~~isi'e~! scoundrels in ministerial garb. ;~f::!~:~s ~:~iu~lt~:~n d~o:::d::; =~~!::~~s~bsurd theories, debunking preposterous ~~!:~~~s;v~~~ ~ne~~~~~ ~e t~eo::~~ scienv:ee isa~~e;~ai~~~~ !!:::te~u~orc~~~ . At any rate, it was the only ~eapon we possess~d and \\e .felt t~at we wo~ld be ~~s~~~s t~~~f~;!,i~:s\o':::f~~~u~;\';,':i g~~m~~s':n ~~~.n~p!~~ d~~spu\~~l :~~~~~~ ~~ro~~.co~•:;;·t=~~~e~~e~~~~a;~i~~e ~~:u!~;,~~r:i~;e:;_:;':,~~:'~7'~ •;:~~:,.n:: f~7 ~'::;~~~f:t"P:r~~~ng members of ~~: ~0a~~v;e:.~::" .~,i~~~:~Jo~~hf~! ~::.t'e:us':;, 0=~~0~~;Y ~~~1;0re%~it"~~ ~":m~::'~~:;:ie\~~d>twns, no regard for ree- This factual and verified informa· same scrutiny, it would be found that Now, thank God, she has been stopped cold in her tracks. tion .,is staggering and especially as it very few of them a~e free of fel.low In an Executive pronouncement, the President or the United States sounded the relates to men who are posing as min· ~ravel~ers, if ~ot outnght Commumsts, death knell of her main program when he assured the American people recently that isters of the gospel while in reality m therr pulpits. he would sign no United Nations pact on Human Rights, thus nullifying In a few wise promoting Communism in the United Just what, we wonder, will it take words, her ~ears of pernicious meddling, interfering and attempts to dictate the per- States. to awaken the American people to this sonal behavtor of the human race. Equally staggering Js the fact that deadly menace which threatens the se- . In addition t.o being disll_li~sed from the Human Righ.ts Co':"mission of the United practically no newspapers carried a curity of their country? ~:~:;:~e~:r a~·=d~~r:~~gt~;;~~~~~~~o!~~m:r:cat~;al~;e:h:1:~~;t::~~~~n~~r:U;~r~~~c~ ;====================-,lher wares are now peddled is a left-wing and discredited national magazine. And so, as far as we are concerned, "Operation Eleanor" comes to an end evea as her inglorious public career has been terminated, for to continue "My Night" would be to invest her with a measure of importance she no longer enjoy& and to credit her with influence she does not possess. ''MY NIGHT'' We have very few of these books left and those who desire to order them should do so at once. On orders of more than one, each book is enclosed in a heavy manila envelope ready for addressing and mailing. Price $1.00 Address: Southern Conservati'\'e, f03 Flatiron Bnllding, Fort Worth, Texas. By this we do not mean to imply that Eleanor Roosevelt has not left her evil im­print on the generation in which she has lived and labored for she has and the harm she has done will live long after she has answered the final curtain call of Time. Somehow, she has always been able to take the most degenerate and revoltina proposals and, through a clever manipulation of words and phrases and a perverted line of reasoning, to present them to her weak-minded followers as appealing and logical procedure in human behavior. Although a professed champion of tolerance and racial unity, abe has engendered more racial hatred and animosity than any other per~c.nality in human history. This is especially true in the South where, in far too many cases, she succeeded in wiping the smile of content from the happy faces oi Southern darkies and replacin• it with a sneer of contempt. We have never subscribed to the belief held by most editors throughout the country who always wrote her off as a fumbling female who didn't know what she was doing and who blundered into a discussion of subjects of which she had no faint understanding and as an irresponsible "do-gooder" vvho did not realize the full im­plications of her fantastic proposals. We think that she is possessed of superior inteUigenct-, a devious and cunnina: mind and that she has always known exactly what she was doing. We are convinced that she has been a willing and faithful follower of "party line principles" since she first became a convert to the "cause" when young members of the American Youth Congress gave her the full treatment many years ago. Before signing off on this column, we would like to point out that of the millions who have read "My Night" either in the Southern Conservative or the large daily newspapers who have reproduced it, and of the thousands who have written us con­cerning it, only four communications were received protesting its publication and of these four, two were unsigned and the other two were from persons havJna a background in common. In the future, we hope to devote this space to the discussion of important aub­jects. Alter all, there is no point In flogging a dead horse. THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIV! April, 1951 THIRTEEN MEMBERS OF .THE SENATE PROVIDE President Exercises His Constitutional REFRESHING EXAMPLE OF ORIGINAL Right But Makes Unfortunate ·Selection THINKING AND INDEPENDENT ACTION There is no question that the' The herd Instinct is an impulsef f~:si:i~~~. 0~11~~~ ~~~tef~r!ta~~s g~:~ Ford Foundation Wants t 1 _ 1 hatd 1 g 1 oecvetsrnsbehhuamv,•onr c 1 onndu 11 c1 et eaven','maas 11We Are Highly Flaflered ernment,toselectthosewhorepresent To Horn In On American him m vanous capitals of the world kingdom. By Editorial In CIO News as ambassadors and in other dip· Educational Systems Blindly following the leader is a loma!tc posts abroad. . . sound and sensible procedure when We are overwhelmed by credit It is equally the right of mem- It >S reported tn the press that applied to the movements of a flock given us by the CIO News for patriotic hers of t.he Senate to inquire care· the ~ord Foun.dati?n which IS no~cd of sheep. ~~~~mplishments beyond the line of fully into the q~alifications of the ~~~se~t,' h~~n~~~~~!~n:o :~,a~~~~-~:~~.;': When lawmakers who are elected ." . . men so_ named si_nce lt IS t~ey who vision educational programs in the t~ set'~~ the /nte~~sts of t~e 1 P~~ple fairly ;;;ic~~~~:~;~;~~s:';~~l:e ::c: ~-~~\d:~\~:rsef~\~;;· f~t: ~~~Js~c~o~s' public schools of the Nation. ;e~~onallso~~;~iion et~ \~~r ~~oensti~:. of vicious publications and organized In the .case of Charles E. Bohlen In the first place; it. is unfo~· ents, disavow their individual respon- groups now yelping at the heels of the named by the preside_nt to serve as ~unate that teac_hers cant slick to their sibility for the general welfare a_nd ~:!t~ ~v~i~"s~;:d s~t~c::;ioi~\sags: ~h~~;s~~:~re~~e~~s~~~'we~ner~er~~~ ~~~ho~fox e~:~~~~ ,:~~cdhe~~ve t~:~~;~ ;~~~·n~e~~ckery of representative to note" says an editorial 'by one of ~~n:~~~n~~~it~:sscf~i~\h~xj~~.tive as satisfacto~~ t~roughout the years,. in-its editors in the March 30th edition stead of wishmg to resort to devices ~he ~ra~ual breakdown oC .Am_er· which adds HThe pack has drawn _In the skirmish ~hat ensued, ~he for their entertainment and it is to lean mstituhons and the conhnumg blood". pres1~ent ~as the victor by a .wide be hoped that "television education" swing toward National Socialism is margm but tt has yet to be estabhshed will not be adopted directly due to group thinking and "Take the case of the public ~~ft~hct_"' s;:te~o;ve~-~e ui:o~~nn~~-s ~~~ In the second ~lace financing of ~~:sa/udne~~~oe:~~fo~s a~~~edde t~n~:~i~ ~~~~~~~:; ~'~h:r:g~~:" p~~~r:~to~~a~ this bitter contest. the project by the Ford Found~tion · p ublications of UNESCO have finall There was strong feeling on the wmJid be worse than Federal a>d to achon on the part of each member ~ d d ft . k k d y part of senators who opposed Boh- education and we can thmk of noth­of the Congress of the United States. een ro~pe 3 er a noc · own, len's confirmation, as well as among ing which would more quickly Social· By drifting with the wind and drag-out flght that lasted a year and many who voted for him, that be ize the American public school sys- ~ollo.wing_ the line of Ieas_t fesi~tance ;:~~~g t:t it~e~~::::t~ nabonally when ~~~~ea ~~~~c0J~nse~:~~o~h~ndA~~~ts~!~ ~ea~~i~;at~ ~~r t~~~eda~!e~\ot~~~ /~: ~~e~IS~~~l·~e~v~f ~~:r: ~i~~.na~r~sss:r:~ . 11Texas is ano_ther place where t~e r~:s~~j!~W~~r~e~~~~e i~i:~~a:~~~rr:~ ~~rn~:~\0~~!i~~r~n~o~~~~~::~~ers who their mental e?ergy. and save wear =~~-~~~~C~n ~~::tohn~s fo~e~~st;~~:: post. If they have no more judgement :~~ut~ar ::t~~~r ~;~~;dbu~;i~~rn;on~ hig~ school st_udents were barred from nomi!~!. s~r;;;~~0,~! a~=~~l~eto 01~a~~~ ~~~r;~a~u~~~~z:s s~:~i~~tg~~~it~~: record for constructive statesmanship takmg part m the annual UN es~ay centered around the fact that he had wh>ch sends Negro perverts out over or for courageous performance of contest. The Southern Conservabve played golf with Bohlen and had dis- the country to represent 1t, God help their duty. ~~ss~~~~:y?'~t a notch in its gun after ~~~~~~r:~r~~ea:f~~r: ~~~~s~~m as they x~~fri~~~y s!~~oi~etr clutches on the at!x~:pts fro;; ;~e re;~~k~ of Shen· Much as we would like to agree- While we do not believe that toe 1---------- Charles r;a;ohl:n':r c~nfir~1a~i~~ :~ for once-with something_ in the CIO ~f~~e:m!i~~s~~~~~s h~~li~u~~ ~n g~!! Colorful California ~~~~~~~~~~rp~:~~:si: :~o~:S:~re c~~~ :~~~di~n~c~~~~e~~~t~~e~~~ ~~sih:~~ ~::i~~;lsy ~~t~l ~ee ,~~-~~;~~ ~~di:v~¥~J Governor Appoints ample of original thinking and cour- mit that it was principally the grand to shoot eighteen holes with Malenkov, Los Angeles Judge :~~~~:si~~t~~nth:na~ti~~e v~~~E~i~[h~: :r:~gh~r a~~~~~~e1s:c~~;r~i~i~ri::~~~ r~:~~s a s~~~~:~i~~~a~~~r~~~~;f~t~f hand~:~e H~~~r:~~ab~:r~o~::~:~n o:5 c~~~ dozen senators who refused to sacri· though if anything we wrote contrib· government IS JUSt as proplhous as Cornia who is always elected by both the fice. principle in the interest of ex- uted toward banning UNESCO in an any other. Democratic and ~epublican parties o~ ~is pedJ~:tcy:. A~erican school, it gi.ves us a ~low of ized ~~i\~[ya~~Jtc~~kc~snrr!~io~f t~p~c~~~· ~~a~~t~=~ ~h~e:~~~~i~~Y U::s~~ ~~ ~:~~:!~;: along 1~/t~ at~ay~ro~:~y b~~s~t t;ak~~ prtde to contemplate It. . a hole in one ~nd s~me . very clever ity with the principles or the Socialist Part:. iau;t~I ~h~~tk 0~en~~~~~~ J~:s~~t~: .a~~ but !a~~:t ;~a~~e l~v~c~:~ 1 :,!:e c~~~~ ~~dr:tsr~~~ee ~a~Iit~l~~~~~ .1~ ~:~:ss:!~ rece;t~:~0o~;~~e~~P:~s ah~:g~~n~~:c~~dh~: assure the Senate that when I do it I try, hate its enemies and are ready to perhaps 1.t ts of. such thmgs that dt· of thetr Mumctpal Court. do it in a spirit of trying to help ~y fight like a bob-tailed wildcat at the plomacy IS fashtoned. California has an excessively heavy country and t:ying to be a ~ood sena- suggestion of surrendering its sov· . At any rate, ~any A.~erican~, in colored population and it is ass~med that ~~~ r~et~~aYen~~~c~t:~~t ~~Il~eir:~~~ ereign.ty and selling it out to the i~- ~~~~c~as:hea;e f~e:!Jn a~:l·i~~b1!1~~~f~~ ~o:a:es~e~~~~Ci:~c~~s~r:n~~e ~:;::n:a:et~~~ Mr. President, I feel I have a duty to ternational degenerates whose ulh· last FaU and one which possibly will volving memben1 o! that race. perform ... If I am derelict in that mate ambition is to see it swallowed confront them many times in future. 1 _________ _ t1~~; ~f ~~en~~n~~!'"~~r \~0 bf ~{~ht~~ up in a Socialist world government. They are in a state of mixed . ~~~~~ei~ri~: ~~tedC::U~~e~e;~:ts:~~ edito~e:fn~~;· ~:,::r;o:st!;~:~"~i~: ~i~fot!~~s dc~~f~:~tee~ ~fu~~~in~ ~=: an t:~·yt~~~ :~?~:}~ ::u~~~t~~! ~~/:~!~ e~~ ~e b_ack to the ~enate if I were dere- words11 and assure him that no higher ~~~e~o~~~ ~fe\h~f oi:::~~~~ ~=~d=~~ ~~:~e~r;!~~dt::~rw~~~r:i:oJ~e f:~ t~: ~:~~c- ~~~:: th:rfg!~ml t:~ ~~le:1~11~~~~ praise could be accorded us." thdronfed tihn pro1~idi,ng_1fomplete rem· ~:: :a:d a~~~~n~a:~:gs~!dw~~~n~~~:~~ating States Senator •.• I came to the Sen- e Y or e na IOns 1 s. ::~e~~~e~~lybe;;~i~esti ~~d f~~~i~~g~~~ Although the statement was definit~ly 1-------------------- icy of the prior administration. I cam- exaggerated and far-fetched, we were thrill· HOUSTON CHURCH REFUSES DONATION ~;~~~~:: t~!a~~~ia ~~~~em~~th aen~ o a~i ::ea~:r et::d raec:~st:rng:~::d :a~::7~;e:: TO NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES other agreements that have caused Dallas in speaking of us: "She has done 0----------- ~~u{~en~tear~~~~~s t~vem~0~0~~ff~~t! more to .discredit _Eleanor Roosevelt than to~~~;:~~;~:00~n ~r~ii~l~;n ~~.e :a~~~ are not what they ought to be.'' and say that I voted to confirm the anybody m the Umted States-except Elea· . . p '. This is, perhaps, the understate· nomination of a man who still justi- nor Roosevelt". Method>st Church m that ~>ty has re· ment of the century but St. Luke's is fies and defends Yalta .. _That Is why fused a dona\ton to the Na\tonal Coun- to be commended for withholding 1 rise and tell the Senate without mal- cil of Churches of Christ by a vote of funds from a group which that church ice, without rancor and without bitter- Iowa, Edwin C. Johnson, Colorado, 35 to 28 on the grounds that a branch feels is controlled by "leftists." r~i~\~~i~=:i~~~.~ why I must oppose g:~;;~, }:J~v~;;~~~'se~~v~daJi'lr~:r~~: ~sftsthis Council is influenced by left- er ~~J:~ri~~~bt~n:~fivll~nr~ ~~efu~!~t In addition to Senator Welker W>sconstn, Karl E. Mundt, South Da- . . . way yet devised to stop such activity others who voted against confi.rmatio~ kola, and Andrew F. Schoeppel, Kan- It was explamed that opposllton to and more churches should take this of Bohlen were: John W. Bricker of sas. the Natt~nal . Counctl was center_ed effective method of cleaning out the Ohio, Styles Bridges, New Hampshire, All Americans owe these cour- agamst 1\s D>VJSton of Chns\tan Ltfe National Council of Churches and com- :(':verett M. Dirksen, Illinois. Henry C. ageous public servants much for vot- which, a St. Luke's offlctalpomted out pellm~ Jt to hmtt 1\s act!Vl\tes to .t;>worshak, Idaho, Barry Goldwater, ing their convictions in a matter of 41is manned by professiOnal, paid Chnshan, rather than Soc1ahst, en~ Arizona, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, such grave. importance to the nation. workei~s whose writing and utterances deavors.
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