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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 1952
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Transcript lee. 34.66 P.L.&R. U. S. POST AGE P A I 0 Permit No. 16~ Fort Worth leu1 THE SouTHERN CoNSERVATIVE -To plead for a retuJ•n of Constitutional Government- "·1. 3 Fort Worth, Texas, January, 1952 No. 1 .The "Covenant on Human Rights" of United Nations Has Turned Out To Be the Tail That Wags the Dog A Thieves/ Market Is the Natural Habitat of Crooks ANY SENATOR SUPPORTING THE ADOPTION OF THIS MONSTROSITY IS COMPOUNDING THE FELONY HE COMMITTED WHEN HE VOTED THE UNITED STATES INTO A SUBVERSIVE WORLD ORGANIZATION. , As the. avalanche of gover.ument s:andalsj 1 ·Cheer Up, Harry, Diogenes =g ':oa1~ch~n:~~n m~:~~~~~ 7~~~ ::us~:cr;:~; Couldn't Find One Either offe:':: a~a;;~~Z t~:li;;:sti::\:de~~e~~~/!r t~:ei~e~~a~~t;;a~~:~. ~h: J:~~r~~i.t~9~~. t:;~; fuea~~i~~i~i:~~s~OA~:ri:;~u~~:pl~~=r:r:~~~~~ I be"1~us~I~n~~~io~:~e~en;~~~~tic M~~~:::~~ ~~~~d a~~~e~~:~~.~. States into the United Nations in order to '' insure peace and pre· take time out for a little calm appra isal present encumbent of that office, when It is difficult to accept the proposition that duly elected representatives of the and reflection. ~ disclosures r evealed that he had made American people would del iberately commit us to membership in a world organization pr~~~~~· i~l~h!h~~:cl~~~~~dth:~ :~t~~~!n~~~: ~~x~~:~gyhtd:~~us::~n!::t w~~~k~h:u!o:!rn~ ~~m:u:~d0;;:~~~t~!nS~~~al!~\;;~t;ot~~~;:.~~d:e~~:s~~~~~~~~~i:~d0~n~~~t~~~:!~ ~t~~!:; !~n:e 0~~r:~~~::~s ;:o:e~~~n~~~kt~: ~::.me;~: a D~mocratic National Chairman! ~n:u~nt~~~\:~~~ oa:l~ :'~1:t1 c~~~\l:;~se~~h!~:; ::~~0 ~vhat has already ha~p~n~d in_tlus ~i~~~:~:d~l;:~:~~,:~~~:i;~;:;~::t:;~~~ ~~~{~~1}~;~;;;~~)~;~~:}~EJ~;~ti;!I ;~;!~:~~~::{t[:;~~i~t{;fi:}}~H~i:iL1i~~~:f~1~~:~~1it;E0!~i~::i;::.~~~ ~ g e e toget er m one age~c} k ·search is ended I the issue by as::;ertmg that the Korean. War was a '·police action" of the United Na· Wl~;e :e~~e ~~~ ~~~e ;haend;11~c~ai~;.g s~c ers I he~~ tt~~i~~mt~·il~~~~~ P~:r ~,~~·~t ismiann t~~ I :!~:\~:~:;y t~~~~~ ~~ i~;t~;~~h~n~~~~~an boys who are stopping the bullets and A mer· 1 The. whole national tax struct_ur~ IS. cor- plight co£ the Negro prearher wh(l asked/ Second, a St'ate l~w ~·as just as ca_sually annulled when a C_al_ifornia F'cdcral jut:fge, tupl, 1lnlllOral and unsound for It b b<~~cd a ..,different 0-ne o[ his deacons to take the one of the breed which IS bringing_ d1sgrace to th~ whole jud1c1a1·y, ruled that a Jaw :::e~ ~~e a~n~:~n~7:~~! ~h~~ ;~;s!~~~ ~~i~fr:::~~n~~atf!~:~:g 0;a~l7e s~~~:~ !~! j ~atti~~~. State was invalid because tl was in c6nfhct with the Charter of the United ::~;!le~n lne~~~~~ic~o::d1 ~r.:!~~rance and I m~~~:~iy, in desperation, he appointed a ~e~t~~~.:u~~~:e~~~Pi:fc~;:;c~~~.a;~':est:ea:;tet~eg:~~1es~a:~ ~~;:~::r;~~si;~~~~bt~~~ When pohbctans are g1ven a ~a~ful one·armed man to pass the collection plate. ~t IS or IS not a sound law, when 1t was adopted by the lawmakmg body of that Stale Ucense to steal and granted unlmuted It became, under our form of government, inviolate and subject to repeal only by a =~~ho~~~Y !~b~~:n~~~ t:::a~·:~v~ta:li; n::;:l~ ·Who Is Truman to Condemn succ~h~:~~ as~~:~~~:: t~hee m~:~:~~r;~au!:g~~~~~:~·bench ruled that an ordinance adopted lu the building of a govemmentat Thieves' Corruption in Others? by the Sea_tlle City_ Council was unconstitutional because it was opposed to the poticiei Market "":here the simple are shorn and The president's impulse to defend Me· of the Umted Nations. the cunmng reap the harvest of golden Grath is understandable The local ordinance in question prevented an alien from owning any busines>J fleece. Arter all, while the small fry irt govern· in that city and, again, regardless of any one's opinion on the subject. it was tlassed And so, it is asking too much of weak ment agencies have been clipping tax suck· by their city council and is nobody's business except that of the people o{ Seattle ~uman nature to expect men to work, ers for a few grand, McGrath and Truman who are solely possessed of the power to repeal it. r:;:liz:r~e~o~~:~~. u::t:~ti~~nd~~i~~o:r~s:ra~ ~v~:~db::~ ~~:~~~~~.on a big "heist" which Sena:h:~ 1t~:t ~~~.~~e~~:rd:;t~~g J~7y :~~~:~~hti~e;~ ~~aes ~n1i~:d0;::!~~~ ::: ~:~o~~r \~~ tio~ of property form the basis of tax If McGrath, as he claims, did not know off to the effect that every nation becoming a member of the world organization would t:le~rg~h~~ s~~:! ~:~~~c~on~:•dof n:~e ~::; ~tf :r8:okper~~:~slygo~::a~~ i~ehi~:sept~~~n;,::~ ~:t~~~;~~::~l ;~:~~e~~~typ~::e~~d:~:~:~~~~:.~nd that our sole Jmrpoi in joining it was dough themselves. . trying to highjack the people of Texas Less than seven years late!', we find that not only has our own sovereignty been , Fot' that matter Harry Truman, htmself, out of thl! Tidelands. voided and our independence violated on national State and local level::;, tut.... that ·" the. bi~gest politic~! thief in all history H Is not going to be easy for Truman Russia, who, through her representatives, including Alger Hiss, largely dictated the and hts nght to steal JS defended an~ gu.al'· to find another attol'ney general of such United Nations Charter, has committed acts or aggression which has given her dominion •nteed by an amendment to the Conshtutwn character and morals that he would be over the majol' part of the world's territory and population "'hich _was writte~ by members of Congr:ss willing to commit political grand larceny Also, it is now clear that Americans stand to Jose their basic individual rights who d1d. ~ot reahze what they were domg in exchange for his job. when, and if, members of the Senate compound their act of felony and adopt the and ral1£1ed by members of State legis· "Covenant on Human Rights'' sOon to be submitted to them in the form of a treaty. iatures who didn't care. Bol'll in the distorted minds of neuter.gendered males and emotionally frustrat~d 8o~:~~u~oa:~s ~:r~~~~~s fr~~e~ b~a!ta::~~ BOW WOW ~:r:a~~\;~:vi~~~~h1i:b:::st~~~t;u:r:S~~~~si:n~ ~:!~t~g~h!0 n~::z~~ s:~a~ a1~~~~~~~i:a~ men and patriots, with a prescience and Americans of the futur_e .will all wear action of every American from the time when he is first laid in a swaddling cloth foresight which enabled them to envision dog tags and it will be dtff1cult to tell ~ until that final hour when he's enfolded in his shroud. 1 the type of national leadership with which baby from a Pekin~se if the _Federal Civri One of the inalienable rights of Americans, fiom the highest to the humblest, it lJe are currently cursed, specifically pro. Defe~se Administration has 1ts way. to question, counsel with, and advise those elected to frame our laws. hibited Congress from levying a direct Th1s outfit has asked the gover.nment Proceeding under this prerogative, American voters in swarms and droves should or Income tax? to recommend compulsory re~istratwn of ask each of their two senators, and demand an answer, as to whether or not he knew These wise founders of the American every one in the United States and the when he helped to vole us into the UN that "preservation of peace and prevention of Jtepublie could foresee that the right to issuance of tags for identification. aggression" was just a side issue and that the catch was the "Covenant on Human levy such a tax could lead to .the accumu· We hereby serve n~tice that we will not Rights" and its illegitimate offspring ''UNESCO." Jatlon of vast sums of money and power w~ar a dog tag and If any Fede_ral ap:ent Also, he should be made to state whether or not he meant to confer on UNESCO by unscrupulous leaders which it was never tnes to hang 6ne on us, we Will growl, the authority to re·vamp the educational system of this country and, in cooperation with ~tended for our elected public officials bare our fangs and bite him subversives from Colu~bia University, the National Education Association and other W possess. · Socialistic grOUJ>S, to design a program for destroying all sense of loyalty and al· Also. how many Americans know that Estes KeFauver's aua:k on General legiance to the United Stales in the hca1·ts and minds of American school children kl order to get around this provision in Douglas MacArthu~ reminded us or a He should be compelled to say whether or not he favors UNESCO'S plan to sup- \ (Continued on Page 2) ~ :~~nch poodle barking at a German police (Continued on Page 2) Millions of Americans Think U-The Southern Conservative Savs It P•_g:_•_ 2_ ____ ________T HE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE We Should Take The United States Out Of The United Nations And Leave Mrs. Roosevelt In If Covenant On Human Rights Seeks To Override United States ConstHulion AHorney Charges (Continued from Page 1) hnuory, 1952 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page 3 Page 4 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI! Jo~uary, 1911 THE SOUTHERN CONSIRVATIVI Parents Should Protect Children Against EYil Propaganda As They Wou[d Defend Why Should a Public Library P" Jmote The Works of Subversive Wrt~~rs? Them From The AHacks Of A· Mad Dog , a ::~p~~=·:;,;:;-;:h~:~:;·;; .~:· 1:~~~· Pro America Grou Plans Tfle National Education Association, or • can Rentage? In ordl.'r that readers may P . :~:i·c 1:::~is ~~~~~~o~ethc;~~~~~ ~:a:~s~ Truman Advises V!olo!ion ~~ri:a;:~P~~eco~~~~;n s:~~~!~se ~~~:tic:~~· T:•::~~sh c~~~~i~ ;l~e:n::rn~ny This association, in turn, is controlled by Of The U. S. ConStitution twenty-one boolta; to be round in the Joi.- and by Fall they expect to have accomp. ~~a:~~~~eJe::~~:~:::l ~~;!~.made it the on~:ese~';;id1:n\a~e ~~~e~~~~edi0St:::1s81~:: br:.r~o:ghi::e~m:i~~;:e 8~~~:ri;:::· as 8 ~~:~:~ng~:b:fint~~st:•~~t thorough hous• For instance, one of their honorary t~e provisiOns of the Constitution but ad- Reformer" by Ar\hur M. Schlesinger. This LeAder among the movements to curb preeident.s Is John Dewey who kas been VISes others to do so. wnter waii ~amed by. the Dies Committe~ Crime, Corruption and Communism in listed foul'teen times by the House Com- Recent~y he made the suggestio~ that on Un-Amer1can Ad.iv1t-i~ as being AS&OCI-. government is the National Association "f ;s:.:~:£~~~~.~~~:~~:::~,;;::: ~::~::;·:~:~:!;::::~;;;:;:::J;~::>J~E~~~ ~:~::~. . ~E:~~;;·;~;::~.:~~:~: ;z:~~::E~Eb:::h~:~~J~~;~~~~~::~~.! lished program includes Socialization of a~ "wetbacksr'' without pr1or notice or bene- honal Student League and the student during its comparatively brief existence. the Steel Industry, Socialization of Banking ht of a searc~ w~rrant. . . . Lea~ue. for Industrial D~mocracy. This or- l:Jnder the able leadership of :\Irs. R. S. and Credit, and of Coal, Oil, Water and The Conshtuhon &peclfJca1ly prov1des gamzat10n has been achve In d~fense of Knappen of Tulsa, Oklahoma, it ha.~ re<lchcd ~::;o~:~v:::o~~~::;:t:~x:t~~n~~:~;~:::i ~i~~oaut'"aa~:a:;:':;~~a~~a~~;~etb~h~n~~-:~ ~:~:~rsae~~~~;.tudents ~barged w1th Com-~ ~~~a!~:aHro::~~~~e:;~~ !it ~~=· \\~~-s 1~0~~! Cooperation" .and other socialistic pro- dent, sworn to upho~d the Constitution, Anot-her book which the Library su~- Pacific Coast. po::~· (riorge W. Robnett o[ the National su~;:~s~!::t h!~eb!e v;~~a!~:~~ing out "~?r- t:~~ -~te:lL~~:a:::r~~pr~~es~o~e;:c1'~le~~ j cl~dhe: ~:gai~za~~~~:r:h~;-p:~~saa~n~~; :~ Laymen's Council, Church League of Amer- ruphon m g_overn.ment '~n hl the White can Histor.y at Columbia ,Universlt~. Com- officials, Republicans, Constitutional Dem- :~:·t;~:a!~;~/~n~::i~~i:e;~t:~:!\;e~T~ :::t~e Itself lS pmged of Its corrupt occu- ;:~~::n;at~eOI~~:; ;::~~:; ~;;l:tlttt~h!~ ;c~:~s~onnd 0:0t~:~r ;:~/:~~~~~io~~\~~n:~~ :;:;:~:s~ of the methods by which NEA Congressional Forum ~~;· t~h\~edD~~;n~!r;e"r:te;:~~~:~baec;o~: ~~~;,~i~~nP;~:;s~f i~o~:r:~1:nt~:s:~?fo!·~= ~e League reeently reproduc~d a photo- Draws Large Crowd 1948 : page ~- " ! in the Con~itution of the United States. static cop-y o{ "Defense Bulletm. No. 8" . . . Still,, another WfiS To ~ure, These A no,·el and clever innovation origina1ing ~8llued on January 10, 19i,4 which was J The ~ongresswnal Forum held m Fort R1~hts, a r~p-ort .of the Presidents Com- wi•h Pro America is the ''Broom Sri~ ad<',. :marked "Confidential" and distributed Worth 1n December atlracl~d aro~nd 750 mtttee on. C.tvtl R1ghls, 1947. The recor~ open to women both in and out of that widely by the NEA to teachers throughout perso~s from all walks of life anx1ous for of a ma)OFJty of the members of thu; organization who are determined to u~e the country. clarification of some of the proc~edi~gs in Co~mfttee and their Communisi ~nt their broom for 8 thorough house C'leanin• !::::~:::£:~~:;~·::::~:,::~;~~:~~:~ ::;:;~i~~~~r~:~:~::E':;;;;;;:~~1~:',F::l ::~~:~·~.~::~ b;;n~:~·b;~':,~:. m!:~. ";~:; ~:·:~:• . ~;;-;>h.B~.·:d:. .~ ~~:' .t,·h."~~~: Fe:::~.~i~:e :~~"to go out &!ld cam- ~~h~::";;:i~O:~~i~~·e;,~e!n~0 :1,~:~:~~~0 a:x~ So~;~!:~r ~;s~:!~d S~~~~~~:.s ;~:e~~;l~ -the t he~rt of our cou~try; h ~-omen \\ ho ~:;!nt!~ F~~;~~':;~ ~on!'u':!,;:~· .:~":: ~:· ::,::~;· :;;;;n~~~.:::::~· ::;k;~,~.~=::~ ~:;',~~· s~:i!:~·~ncos~;~~~~/;~·~~ :::. ~~r~;;;~~~::~=:::~:~. .~ ~~,;·~.~t":~.~n~; ~ork a~ain~t those opposed to this Socialis- ~~t~nd In many mstancpt; h~~-o. put mto ef- ~:~n;illi~f 0~~~;i::~d~:a:! ~~b~i~~~~~~ 'To some \'.Omen a broom means plain ticT!:~18~:~:n~arne~ that their :'first_ civic th!!e c:~~t~~i~gw~~e no:u~~~~c:en:~;ta~;~ ::dw~:r~a~n::~:~o:a~haem~~fo:i~~sn~n;;;~ ~:~::::~· s~~b~~ o7°~~u:e b:;~~~1in~~. :~: oblia:ation" was t.o fmd o~t ~ow candidates bound to be helpful also to the members Communist who has' Pliblicly denounced broch~re contm~es. "Tn 1952, ~e women of for Congress at~d on. thts 1saue, when. all of Congress in attendance who seldom get the American B:overnment and praised thal Amenca are gomg to use th1s broom 88 11long moil Amertcans thought that the f1rst a chance to obtain first-hand reactions of of Russia .- a glamorous symbol for one of the mo..-t ::~~~~~aoyn ~~t !;a~~~~ti::s • to teac~ sch~~l th~~~~~~h b:::r:o:::· physical evidence Of a ~~:~h~ bl~:~.~.ug:ye+:~:r::~~'AH~;~i~:~~: :~;;o~gh~is~~~y.'?ld·fashioncd house cleMloo ln 1~7, bragging of some of thetr pohh- Tr~m~n followers at the Forum, in the listed by the California Un-American Ac- A mimnture, gold-washed broo~ is f.t>nt .:!al ac~1~vements, one Dr. Howard Dawson, mam It was composed of vpters in the_ Fort tivities Commiit~e of California, 1948 re- to e.ach ap~lifant for membcrsh1p m 1he an off1~1al o.f NEA, boas~ed that .NEA \\:as Worth area who demonst~ated by ~he1r ap- port, page 830 as being a member of The ··B~oom Bngade" and with it go{'S 11 li!oot responsible for the election of L1ster H1ll, plause of answers to le~dmg quest~ons that National Institute of Arts and Letlers. a of m.<;truc1w_ns for a thorough govemmentHI ~~:~::g:e:r D~~e;; ~~~:~s p:~erw:~~r~ ~=~'s a~ci~~~:t1:g:i~wt=~~s~:nt~thre;:r~ Co~~:rni:~g:~:t:~ 0~:;;;za~~:n~y the !ale ho.~~:t cl:i~m:~: cobwebs-this is no time ~~=e 0~~:~:.on~a::~?;'c;;~~ ~~e:i1:; to T8::n:o:~~~:;::.i:!s g:v::~~:· for the ~~~~~:t~~fi~:~~o:~d;tu:~t s~~~:~. 01~s;~!~: ~~~efru~~ l::ii;;ir"!;m s:~;; l:~e~~~~~~r~::·~:~ :~o~~,;~;easA~;~~~~dl~~~e Congressional :~~h:;~~s ~~t:~~u~:~;~e~:~~:::ra~~s::~ :it~e:~~rb~e~e:h~d~:~:~n::11 ~:~~~wCo:~; 1 ~~t:;~~o,~:ra:~e~~~:~~~-in~oi~T1~:~~~~ !~~ According to Congre&Sman :Ralph _Gwinn the nahan With gteat benefit to both. B. A. Botkin, cited as a member of ten! others which are underminin't the foun- ~b~e7n ~:~hi~~~o:~~~c~asis 81a~~~~~~~:~ florida Governer ;:mam:~~b~ron~~; ~~~:::~~ni~:tdr;:~J~s c~~~ I ~~!~o;: a~~ ~:de:'"p ·:~t bt~:ea~·~~~~~~~cr;~~~ ~~::u:~t;~: c:1~::;~'c and Republican Cheers Truman . ~:;t~~i=:~~s~nown Communist frontcrs and ~;~P:~:~~:Ya~~nfo~oei;~e~~e~'1:~t~';; ~~s::~~~ th!~ris o~~o~~~~i:l: ;:t\;~at~':ee~·~a:ho;;.:; ~r~~;~;·;;:r:e~l; ::;r:~ ~:eF!~~~~a·~~eea: ca~~t a :!~:~~t ::r~es~l~bl~~~~~~a~;IO~lredi~~ ~\:~~~~~~it~ha~e~~r:C~:.~~m·~~n~~e t~~~~l\~r~:,:! Enterpl'ise system; they plug constantly for lmks m the cha1n of Southern Gove1nors formation on Americanism, where can he all cans of red herrmg f~om the pantry; ~::s :fx~~~e0ia~;se o~a~~: ~~~jc!~~1:h::~~~~d~ ~~~t~a;~Y a~~-::P~~:~~~i:~r~1 ed~~;~~t~~~~~ ~~rn~v::a~;~~:~~n;asth: Y~~:~tn~;"i~~~ ;~~01\~~~ ~-~":a~~=~e1::~r~:z!r~~ s~~ ~~~·:~ atrenuously opposed laws which compel reported to have cheered 1 ruman lushly at Stalin when the way is pointed out to him liS behmd 1!; spray the moths out of tho :h~~~i;ea:;:~:r;o ;~~e ht::e 0~~~e~~~~yat~~ a ~;i~ ::;~ur:~;~~;n~~- only ~~cause_ the im:~ic~n:t~~~::1;~pp0bedly a part of the ~~~~~1 ~in~0s ~~~'e:!v~o;dgocooa~: 0\;·h~~~~\e hi::~: ~c~h:Ot{c~;;:;:'(sls to instruct American ~;e~~~e;~t ~~~~~h~£ :"~ocrt p:rh~~~~~w v~::l~ . And, abo~·e all_. wh~ issues the lnsh·uc- ~~an;~%u:11I~k~n~ig~~t~.oa~~c~u;1t~~i1~0~.e~:. So:~~~7s~~c~:ds~:::s~~t ~~oou~~ ~:~~~a;\\~~:~ ~~!c~~;a~ymt~: i;a;~g~0~~i~~ ;~~o~~:~.:e~~~ ~~:~~veor:a~~~~fkell~~;;;es to put out sub- in~n:u~;t.i,:se a:e~s~b::~iv:ep;~::h·~·roups of in the headquarters of the outfit and chan- had the same type of backers on the way Pro America in the nation is the Fort Worth nelled out to teachers to be propagated in up. Truman Warnecf By organizatiion headed by Mrs.\\'. r. Col• ih~h~;r~o;~sre;~:~s.of red-hot torch bear.- What ~rimes Are Hoover Commission :~~:~~~~~~t~.:~:n s~~~ 0~a~~~:~1:Ci:\:~·!t;: ers for Socialism cannot be broken up by Commrtted In The Any one who is 50 deluded and stupid research w~rk on subversn·e "P~akers in ordinary means. It is far too powerful for Nome of Education as to think the pre~ident is sincere in rec- o~d~r .to ~ne accurate informatwn on ~o-that since it has influenced and coerced Out in California where ··Progressive Ed- ommendations for a re-organization of the Cl_ahsllC ll'<'turers who seek to . propaf.!O!Il• Jlearly a million teachers Into its ranks. ucation," like othe1· screwy cults and fads Internal Revenue set-up has a short mem- d1ze _t-he people through the medmm of 1he lt can only be broken up on the local has obtained a foothold, Investigators ory. publiC forum. level by parents who Jay the law down to found that a high school girl not only Two years and a half ago, the Hoover So eHC('ti\·e have been their efforts along \-heir school boards and demand that tbe could not spell, o1· add a column of figures Commission recommended tbat the Bureau this line that the leader of a sub\•ersi\e principles of Americanism and not those but that she actually could not tell time by be taken out of politics, appointments made group in planning a program or .!>peak• of Marxism are taught in their schools. the clock. on a civil service basis and unnecessary ing engagements in 1952 was heard to leo­Members of School boards are elected by When amazement was expressed at her employees diseharged, and warned that mark to an associate: "We will have to local taxpayers and are answerable to them ignorance on the subject, the young lady corrupiion was inevi1.able under existing skip Ft. Worth this year. There is no me and if voters make their influence felt, they flippantly pas~ed it orr with ibis nifty· conditions. trying to accomplish anything there." ean nullify the NEA propaganda and in ';So what? My parents can't afford to buy Truman now proposes this plan to Con-1--------- this way kill off the cancer at its ro~ts. me a watch any way." gress but his reaction two and a half year~ . . The NEA is no longer an educational Well, that's on~ line of. reasoning, at ago to the Hoo\ er commission Report was _The Setretary of the VIce-President who b~t a political organization trying to formu- that, and probably Just a.!> "·alld as any other to ignore its sugge~tions. tned to get approval of a $1,100.000 loan late a new social and economic order for excuse for deserting fundamental methods Instead of rcdu<:ing the list of uscle~s from RFC for a Miami Beach Ko1<•1 has Americans. of teaching essential subjl'<'ts and trail- employees, he added 8,795 more to the list. been defended by Barkley who dcdared They should be stopped dead in their ing off after procedures advocated by insuring this addi-tional number of Fair she did It only because she i§ a "big.. tracks. Socialistic educational experts. Deal voters at the ballot box. hearted woman." Pogo 6 THE SOUTHERN CONURVATIVI Jououory, 1952 Jon.....y, 1952 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE You will want a copy of the Second Edition of this book which Is jt.at off the press. It contains one hundred pages and indlJde5 all columns under this title so far written. No more copies of the First Edition ore available, the supply having been e>thaust­ed with pre-Christmas purchoies. Order you r eopy of the lieeond Edld- aow. The prl- t. lltlll Adclre•• Tile huthern Ce~ldl"e 703 Flatlrea U..Udh••• Fort Wor .. , Tewa• CIO Outlines Truman's Stalin Being Appeased MeNage to Congress On All fronts T By the Editor Pogo 7 What would have been bitterly resented A press dispatch tells of a Ctlinese Com· by every president of the United States munist patrolman who shouted "Merry, I frequently .r~~eive 1et~rs from anxious mothen which Indicate their .awakened ~:ng~ ~:S3tha;lra~n\:Sg~i~yan!a: ~~fe::e:h~; Merr~ C~rist~as Gl'~" and th~n opened :::e Ao!:~:::;;:~~~!w~~fe~re,~ts~:::~::i~~ ~w;:;~~~!le::~~~ t~i~e r~e:·:su;:e:e:; Harry S. Truman recently and apparently up With nfle ftre agai~S~ them. all parental dutie., • received by him without rancor on his part. That is a very defmile lower-level ex- In a recent communication a young mother wrote: "I would A labor union racketeer representing ample o! the ethics of their Commander- like to know what books you read to your aons when they were the CIO called on him at the White House in-Chief, Joe Stalin, who is directing op- small, I have three boys and it is my earne&t desire to brin1 and presented him with a program which erations against Americans both on the them up in such mannel- 116 to properly fit them as world citizenc they didn't request, but demanded, that battlefield and in the forum of the United ~o:~~ ::~::;~i':;.~ ~:c:oi':upl:~:: ~~~re;'ri!:: ::d:~sa!: ': he~:ndp:~=~~re::· outlined were dupli- Na~i:;s· in both operations. he is being 10ur views on social and moral questions are regarded ~;o hiiJbly ~~t~;n :i~~~n, :!;h~:~~~~~tde;::~:: Catered and def~:red to as attested by the ~o~n~:S ~:e ab:~~fe:~c;~;:l~t;!4/:!:l~ ~:o:~~~w~I ~=~~~::a~e: ~!~r;;:~~~: ~o:ic~:: :e~:~~!:~t:~!d~: :~c~b~~~ 0~~ m:~~i';;u;~:;;~ a":! ~~~o~: vice I w;~l n~ =:~~u:~:t I nad any special formula for brlnging up _ !~:~ 0 -:: quit putting out a ticket of ~~~t;~n~~:~~::• ~:~ ~~e~e~h~~~:~;o:~ of many other Amer:Oc:~::=~ ~: !~~~~ :~~:a:c~!~r:ou~~tedaliy from those -- ing to hts pollhcal and social Ideals. The proposals demanded civll rights leg- We wish we had a leader with the I wanted very much to instill in my sons a love of good literature when the1 lslation, including FEPC, anti-lynching, fanatical faith in AmericanilJm and the were tmall and hnpreselonable in order to properly fit them for life. At the •arne anti·poll tax and an~i-segre~ation laws; in- determination to maintain tt against all time I tried to provide entertainment as well as instruction in the reading material creased taxes on higher mcome groups; comers which would match Stalin's. firm I aeleded 101· them, Federal ownership of the. Tidelands; gov- insistence on inflicting Communism on the It is, of course, hard for me to remember all the volumes 1 read to my children ernmen_t contr~l of ~ducat10n through F?d- world. but I recall that tlleir favorite bedtime stories when tftey were in llie toddling st:~Me ;;:!8~1 d~ou~!;n~::~~ ;:~~a~o~~~~;h ~~~ were based on the adventures of Billy the Kid, Jesse James and ·the Dalton Gang. surance; increased minimum wages; gov- The president is having a hard time get· Later, as their lntell~ts developed. and I felt they were t'eady for more mature jernment control of the wtemployment ting one of his colored political buddies subjects, I read them the stirring autobiographies of "Gyp the Blood," ''Jack the Rip. system; repeal of the Taft-Hartley law, from Kansas City named as recorder of per" and "Benny the Dip." increased social seeurity and other S~ deeds in the District of Columbia. The Neg- When they left for ctollege, I saw to it that each was provided with a C()py of the cialistic proposals ro admitted fran~ly that he did not know inspiring life story ol a poor and under-privileged lad named Al Capone who over­' The incident forcefully illustrates the the least thing about the duties of the job came ihe obstacles of our maladjusted social system throuijh sheer aggress.iveness and shrinkage In stature and debased political whic~ is probably the reason Harry insists eventually acquired great wealth and extensive power and influence in important morals of a Chief Executive who allows on gi\"ing him the position. circles. _ himsell to deteriorate. to the status of an Havinggivenmysonsthlssolidfoundation In literature, hi.&toryandolhercultural ~~~:~[:~:npd :,\~~:~ ~ou::::~t 1:~g: od?.~ ;:::~. ~';;\:/~~~~. ~~.::·~:wM::~: ~~:~~~~/ 1~el~:!':.~n~Yt~~':."onr~b:~~~~:~ ~:d~,,'~~:t ';~~~!that eoch use his own · sion of the 23rd Psalm: "The government They took my ad\"ice in the matter and several of them engaged in a practical las ~=~::s ~s p:;:i~~~~r DCo~ii~~t :! ~:~ :emio s.~:p~~l~~ I o~e~0~0\~~~\/\:~~:~ ::i~t:ed~e~~;i:: :na"V:~~ram~1~:~th7ara:e~~~:a~:n~~!~;:*:!~r~!~~i::~l::~~::;~:!~: f such prosperity that AI Smith, a Democrat, ~~ _be.side still factortes. ~t destroyeth my influenced to a great extent their social behavior and business transaetiOftS in later could not be elected. There was practically llliltative;_ it leadet~ , m~ m the paths of life. ;~o~n:~:!o~:::~h h~hsea:es, !:~m !ri~:a:~~~ ~h~~~rat~;:~:~r t~~~~~;~e;a~~- ~~~e~:o~~: for ;h!e~il~h~~o~aebl~o~:g s:~~~era;bt~eb~f;~~tl=~em:n~ t~:r::~ ~~~~lyl ~:~:~ plan, and no cotton was plowed up, no hogs deflclt spendmg,, 1 Will fear. no evt • for pelled to devote to the training of my sons. :~;d ,;::.o~~~::.::·~il~~~~· ~~~,;o~~ld;\; ~;:,{~~;~~~~~o0i~;~\~£~~~::::n~:':L ;f; lries~~~~~~.~:.~o~~~~ ~~!c~~;;g~r'~~=·~~~~~·~~~·~:!'::%~~.~: :.;:;,~:~'~• •~ ;~"; ~:::o,;~:r~~~.~.~=t prospenty :~~~i;:i~~~::he ;;r~i;ag~ ;~thm~olg:;;a~c~; ;:~~·:d~~~t~~t~e!~o~u;~;s:~ ~~O:~a;: ~:~:~o;~~e~~~ri~~s~~ns;~~i~~:~ ~~8 n~: ~c: :a~~~ :::t:;~~t~;~i:t;0~:s~lfth:! ~~~!i~~~n~~a~u:~;!hfoo/%·e ~~;e~e t~:Y:o;i ~::~d~~C:e:~~:~~~~!~sc~~e~~~:1:r:::l!:ic:yedCuo;~t%~~ ~~;~:r;~:/i~a~:::O~Ileae, a foreigner and borrow a million dollars my life and J shall dwell in a fool's para· 'I'hls Will rel~ase parents for more tmportant Jrlatten. from the ijovernment. dise forever." (Copyright 19~2 by Ida M. Darden) THE SOUTHERN CONSERV~TIVE Januery, 19ft Now \'.'~ Really Have ~~~=:~~eG:;~h:s~:~e~s A New Weapon Employed in Heard f..:verythmg . Some fundament•! thmkmg and powcdul Fight Against Communism tin~~ ::d :~;i;~t!::~g~~ t~~~\~~r~:~s~~~ ~:;!~"~im~~~hm:J~ke~h~~~ ~1r:sa;e r;;•g. ~~ Now we know why the current revenue·--------- ever ad\'anced as to the fitness o{ a poli- Hulcy of Dallas to Go\'ernor Val Paterson bill increased the tax on cigarettes to "'While YOU Slept" And tician for the oflice he sou~ht_. of Nebraska, Chairman of the Executive the American consumers. "America's Retreat from wr~~~ :~t~: ~ea::ne·~~a~ethf~~: :e s:r~l:~ ~coc~::~~ee of the Go\'crnors Conference, of ~h:e.•:~~;)a~::;~~ct~::.:~:r ~~:m;:~n~~: Victory'' Are Musts thmg ne~v under the sun. . In urging the Governors to Cooperation Adnunistratwn, has spilled We make no attempt to conduct book ph~;,~;;,,'~/i~~·c~~:;,,~~n::•·, t~: ... ~·;~::~ ~;~ea:d t:,~·;~::7~ ~ip;~~~~1nment P~~ie~ th~h~:a~;, the outfit which mded out ~:~;::,~ b~:c!~~;; :a:,~t::,"~woA~!~i~:: lng JambOJ'ee for the ~emot· ~enator fr~m mine which functions should be returned the "Mat·shall Aid Plan" and shower_ed who loves h1s country and the AmEmCall Texas, attested to the 1mperatn•c necess1ty to the States, ~lr. Hulcy wrote: American taxpayers money and supphes form of government should read. for returning the great man to the Senate "Too many of us have fot·golten that our aU over Europe like confetti at a Mardi One is "While you Slept" by John T. in these words, according to press reports: states are sovereign republics, invested Gras ball. Flynn. This is the heart-breaking story of ''_A man is ?nly as old as his blood ves- with primary ri_ghts and responsibilities In carrying out that program, accord- the ¥etrayal of America by A~ericans whG J~ls and Toms are as_ so.~t and phable as , . , that our national go\"en~ment is but a ing to Thomas, $451,000,000 worth of have worked hand in glove wtth alien en­v.: hen h~ \\a~ twenty-five. . creature of the states; that 1ts powers are cigarettes and tobacco were distributed free emies for the shaping of a Far Eastern th~-~ ~~~IS :Uorm~x~\~~-i:~~;~ ~~:no:c:~i::n~~ ~~~i~~:~ :~~Y n~! ~:':~~en:er~~i~ ::m:~: ~ai~~~b~:ysn:;e~ ~:;~e standing around ~~~i~~rd~:~f:::i:~ t~h~~~~n~~tS~a~~~::·~:~;s~ ' ::::::·~:.:d~,:;·{:;::;.:·,.t~:~!:~~.:iE~t~; ~:.;!:~~:~~~annti=~~:E~~:~n n::::~.~'::::::.: w~!. =~~e ~:mr::~~~bbe;el~wb. ~0 t~~a~~~k::~, ~~r~~,::;r:::~:;~~~r~:F~~;:~~a~::~: o( senatorial qualifications.. . . . ment today makes a mockery of the limi- ~:;at:s~e~ll t~:~., ~=s ~n~~~~:~:~ E~~~:~:~ i:- C. Marshall in the delivery of China tG tlo~:r:s\~:~t f~:dso~t~~~ton~~~~:~: 8~1~: ~~~r:h;,r~~tednet!:at~e ft~:~~n~~~i/~:-~~~:~:: dustry ~nd fight bac~ Com~unis~." . ~~:t ~~~si~:n~~:tm::~s~o~;dd ;;,~i~he Pf~o::~ •tor_'s anatom~ see~ a mtle pet·s?nal as a states, drafted our Federal Constitution Ftghtmg Commumsm With ctgarettes JS on the day Pearl Harbor was attacked, is lu_bJect for dJscussJon at a polttJcal gath- l\Iore than that, national government has a new one 011 us and ~e ate baffle_d as to either the stupidest leader in history or enng. become so involved in our daily affairs how the Europ~ans will go about Jt. is in complete sympathy with. the Soviet Howc\"er, we are su1·e that t~e many and so unwieldy that no body of men on Perha~s they plan to blow smo~e in each program of aggression. ~~~~:•d;,;~d'~1;';~;';h~; ;~; ~::;',:~,~,''~:; ~:::~· ~~ ;~:~~·;::0;0~~~,~~;,,o;,:o~~e~~~:- fu~~~n,~n~~;· .::•e o' maybe sp1t tob..,co A:.~;h c~:::n;'~a P~;,~~t~ s:~:et~';;!: notkmtcnded to cov~r the area above Jus it equitably." York, who are among the fe~ Eastern "'' The Nasty Old Press Is It's As Simple ~~~~:~:~o ~: n~~c~~~~n;~~~~~'~,~ cfi~u~ Snyder Makes Political Cause of Corruption As That of authocs who have dominated the liter- Speech at Social Event During World Warn, the_ SEC compile<! A very simple way to stop extravagant ary fteld in recent years. When John W. S_nyder, the Secretary of a. secret report on the a£fa1rs of _the Em- government spending was proposed by Con- :~: 1~~ca;~-~ ~:u~~ F:;!o~~~~~~: r~~~-:tly~ ~:~~lg~~d~~:~e t;e~:'P:~:~ i: .~;~~~n~~~~ ~::::~~~~ ';~~~~~e h~l~c;:s~u~~;tht~~ ~~~~ OShliphlodnHt Talk 8 s Whl~n H~ luncheon m his honor. amount of- larceny, brtbery, perjury and Worth. au ave een 1sten1ng In true Fair Deal fashion._ the _Misso~l'i fraud" in the company's operations. Asked when wasteful expenditures of Charles Oliphant, Chief Counsel of the pal o£ the president. repa1d th1s so~1al This report was compiled in 1942 and. has the taxpayers money would come to an DeJ,>artment of Internal R~venue, . put on C!ourtesy by launching mto a speech ~\-hlch been suppressed by the White House smce end the congressman tersely replied: ~ _big sh~w of righteous mdignatwn and ~~~~a~po:0 s:m~le:n~0 :rth~isr~~~e~~10;95~~ th~h?sat:~rormation was brou~ht to light " \\-'hen the people demand it." ~:~~;:t ~;naoc:i~c~'sh:~!~ow~~.a:~e'heW~I= Taking the year of 1930 as an example he reeently by a staff \nitl'r in the \\'ashin~- partment involving himself and others, pointed out the prosperous conditions pre- ton 'l'imes-IIerald, Jerry Greene. who Back To The Classroom which was rather ludicrous in view of the va~ling now as compared to that year. If<' pointed out that this outfit was the par~nt With School Teachers fact that he fell flat on his face before the ~J::t~~~t~:r~;i~~::;~;:r~~f:~i~,.~r~;.,~~ f~t~:~~~~f::~~~.~i~·~~r.:!~~:t;~~ri:.Ii~; :~f~::g:~!~~~:.~~;~;:i~i:~~~::~,:~:o~a~~ ;~ef1:~i~:r~~n~~~~£~·~; :e"~'?r·c~~~~:~n~:~l~t~~!~io~0 o~~3~:o1nt wh1ch sn~~~a~~i'~~:~ma~n~ ·~n1~haterco~~~:nFair Deal ~~:~·e;~n~en~:~en ~~r~~1: ~;~~~~l t~d~~c:~~: r:~.d name and even res1gned from his In 1930, the national debt of the United banquet McKinney wat be~ing his breast Association al San Francisco on the Sixth Later it was brought out by his Owa Slates was $16,185,309,831 while at the and sh~uting that certain newspapers, in- o£ last July: . testimony, that he had acce~ted gifts and time Secretary Snyder was St)eaking to the eluding the Times-Herald and others who ''If we con~e~n ourselves only Wtth the entertainment "on a grand scale" from luncheon it was $250,000,000,000 and going have exposed such transactions, were caus- narrowest de£1~1lion o£ the classroom walls, persons involved Jn tax difficulties, that lugher by the minute. ing the people to "lose con(idence in their the pu~lic Will conclude that teachers he had disclosed tax information to con- If we are so much more prosperous now government." belong tn the classroom." tact men, had associated socially with shady than Ill 1930, why do we owe $233,814,690,- Heaven help the working girl! H teachers don't belong in the classroom characters and that his conduct generalty 169 mot·e now than we dtd then~ where, in the name of all that's holy, are was about on a par with others who were What is the test_ o( _p~osperity any way Help! We Need Assistance they supposed to be? ousted for "outside activities." :':t~: :~~~~:t:~s~:kn~~ ~nn~=~~r~~~~~~:~ 1 n Keeping Score on Scandal T~ey_ are d.rawing their pay to inst~uct In fa~t, about the only difference b&o •g~~~~ ~~~e~7'e~unt~:w;t~l: of a~ets and weW!e~:":ail~~~,·a:~le p~~det~ai~S~:~:lv:~litti~:~ :~:::: -~~~:hbJ::':e 0:el::~::r~/0e:U;a~~~:a~~ ~w~:t:~~ :~:e~~eron Lamar Caudle wu !~:~i~:~sg ~e ~~~v!r~;c~~a!n {~~~~~~:idit~al doe; :~~n\~ a:ei!~~~Yt:r:~~ :~a~~~s n:~i~:ala~~~:! :~~~~~~~:~em~~: lhf:.r;~~~a~ee~or:u~oc~a~i~: • nation? which they mar have missed in the hap-- and Commun1s1~ we1e accepted as part of He Should Be A • ---------- ~:;:n~:irw~;:l f,~st~~Y-make up contempo- ou~:c'::~,>~~:··~t~~:a.brassy female means Union Racketeer Run For Congress But now we fear we're slipping. to im1)ly that the place or the teacher is A poor Italian in Chicago who has been And See The World les~:~h~~n~~:;do:n;elo:~·einb~~~mt~i~k:~i~~ !~ ;:a~n~:lt:~r~a~~~:r:~:~~b~~d h=l~i:i~ ~~dt~:stoe~~n~:P?~~t~~e b~~a~~s h~~~:t ~~:;: A popular slogan used to be ''Join the maze of mink coat, bribery, blackmail, versa\ program of "Progressive Education" m a slot machme, accordmg to a prest Navy and See the World " shakedown and influence-peddling transac- in which all reference to th is Rept.fblic is report. Now it looks like the best way to circle tions of the chieken thie\'es who have been deleted. Putting slugs in a slot machine is dis- Mte globe is to get elected to Congress. systematically robbing [he hen roost in If t·esponsible authol'ities don't put the honest, all right, but trying to overthrow h is reported that more than one-fifth Washington. teachers back in the schoolroom where the American government is treason. of the members of Cong1·ess enjoyed f-or- At any rate, we find ourselves falling they belong and see that they stay there Harry Bridges did that and has defied eign trips at the expense o{ thl" taxpayers behind in trying to keep track of the and attend to the duties for which they this country to deport him so successfully of the United States during their recent multitudinous scandals as new ones pop out are paid. our public school systems are that officials apparently have given up. ncation. each day like a cork from a hot bottle of doomed Any way he is running at large and free A total of around 120 went to various home brew. to continue his treasonable activities. r:~~st~r ~~~e"'·~~~~e~~ia~i;;i~~: :·:~~:c~hC:C er~ih~~~r::t~1:a~~i:~;u:s ~~"~e~~~t ~~~;e~~ We Congratulate Truman l---------- 10vernmcnt." _ . interpret them we suggest that our read- On Apointment Any way t~e- Post Office ~epartment is as~::~~~~ ~:'"!~~.!;;~1 :~:~~e d:e"~i\th 1! 11~~~~~ ~rs~~~stat~~ b;e~~n111:n~3 f~e:i:e,thge~~ ~~:: He Didn't ~a ke . ~:~~s~~u~:m~:~;~~~o~~c~~~n~~~ ~~~~i~~ f more attention from Congress in the way scandal score and tabulate their own totals When Truman first started playmg to in Dallas and who pointed out this branch of cleaning it up and a little less trai1>sing of resigning revenue racketeers who are the ~allery br ann~uncing he was going to of the government as an example that :;~~~~d on their part to all sections o£ the ~~;n;~:. ou.t like rats in their rush to beat ~f:a~m~llt at~~·:::~~~o~~l th~a~ar~:::r~:~er~~ :~:~~~e:sinb~~neg ;:~t:,~:~e~o~:r~':n~:t~~t:l~, If they are trying to find out what is ment agenc1es, we t~embled at the prospect. thars something to be tha nkful for. After ;;.reoyn~0~:t ~~~e ofoe;:~\~: h~~neg~remmcnts, fo~~:~r Y:~;~~\'l:,:~;:•:d P:~~~~~s t:r~:tw~or:~ in~~d~~u~!~ 1;~e \\~':'j~st d:ta::in;n:or n~:: all, a lot of money is sent by mail. ----------ling for the betterment of humanity in gen- until he could think up a way out, but we A Washington D.C. man says that minks eral and yet a CIO Union recently threat- were worried A noted physician says that mink is one 1\a\'e been slandered too much and too ened a strike at a blood plasma plant which We thought sure he would appoint Mil- fur that is not irritating to the human long as the symbol of Fair Deal crooked- would ha\·e shut orr the flow of blood ~o lard Tydings of Maryland who has ren- skin. Maybe not, but _i~ is sure irritating to ness. He thinks that skunks would be more our armed forces. Lots of· humanity ID dered \'Cry valuable sen;ice to the presi- some Washington pohllcians right now who appropriate. ' that. dent heretofore as an investigator. are trying tO save their hides.
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