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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 3, No. 10, October 1952
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Transcript THE SouTHERN CoNSERVATIVE -To plead for a return of Constitutional Government- Vol. 3 Fort Worth, Texas, October, 1952 No. 10 THE FO~NDATION IS LAID ON THE 0 F OUR GRAVES Whether He Is Honest Or Whether He Is Not A Lot Of Funny People Sweetened Adlai's Pot A quick glance at the list of con-tributors which was finally sweated out Torture Of Nixon A New of Adlai Stevenson explains why he wriggled and squirmed when he was Low In Human Brutality forced to come clean and lay on the line. The persecution, torture and hu- There was, for instance, the little miliation of young Richard Nixon of Item of $7,100 from Marshall Field California who was forced to bare Jr., Chicago Gold Coast Socialist whos~ every intimate detail of his private af­newspapers follow the same editorial fairs to a nation-wide radio and tele­policy as that of the Daily Worker. vision audience, is without parallel in This upper-bracket gent is listed in human brutality si~ce the Christians the Report of the Un-American Activ- were tossed to the hons for the amuse­ities Committee of California as a ment of the depraved and decadent member of the American Committee populace of ancient Rome. for Yugo Slav Relief and this Yugo This disgraceful incident in Ameri­S: lav outfit, according to the same can politics is an indictment of every aource, was a Communist Front for the man and woman whose ballot helped support of the puppet Tito. ~~~a~eer~o irfs~~:~o;~~f ~~~~~fac~a~; (From recent pictures in national Nixon and within whose inner ranks magazines showing Tito who is 63 with an honest man is as hard to find as a his new third wife who is 28, he seem- Baptist movie producer. ed to be doing all right and didn't look If the Republicans are able to beat to us like he needed any relief.) the combined forces of Truman and There was a contribution of $1,000 Stalin followers in the United States from the president of a steel company ~nd _wm the el~chon on November 4, who, 'tfhen interviewed by Chicago re- It_ wtll be ~ue , m a l~rge _measure. to porters, admitted that his company Rich.ard Nixon and _hts !nend, Fulton had been given contracts by the State Lewts, Jr., whose mspire_d, heart-to­of lllinois during Stevenson's admin- heart ta~ks to the ~~encan people istration amounting to $1,160,000. over rad1o and t~levisiOn 01:1 Septem- We d?n't blame the guy. No ~atter ~:~~;i;nn~o 2;·hfi~e?eJ~1e a~~es~~~~:~ ~~~e~aib~ Yfr~Jf:g yao~~~~!a~~n ~~~~~ it with new life, vitality and hope. for a million. There was a $2,500 contribution you would call hedgin~ on a bet which from a CIO official; $2,000 from the you are not sure of wmmng. Amalgamated Clothing Workers Un- The item which had us stumped and 10n; $2,500 from the Steel Workers sent us scurrying to the dictionary was Umon and $2,500 from .the United $2,500 from the "bailiff of the Chicago Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Municipal Court," it says here. Implement Workers Unions. We always thought that a bailiff was No ma~ter what else we may say a sort of doorkeeper but, according to about umon leaders, we can't deny Mr. Webster, the word derives from that they were far-sighted, looked old English royalty where the King ahead and plann~ in advance. Their used a bailiff as a collector of revenue. ~~~{0;~~~i~~~~~~~ if~e~~;e~~~~ra~l;~ . A~yway, whether the Chicago bail-any one is going to root for the horse Iff "as a doorkeeper or a collecto~ _of on which they have bet their money. ~~~~~~~eth~ej~~ems to have done fauly a ~f,~~~i~~~n~:i~~~~~s,f:~:~h~a:x:~~~ . Summing up these few cases in a tive director"of two race tracks in Chi- hst of hundre~s, we would no~ exactly cago and $750 from a former night say that Adlai has been playmg both ~~~ i~w~~;g:~dto h~~e~b~~~ ~~~~~0~ ~~tst~;t'~'~olnfci~~d~~b ~~~ ;~t s~:~ with AI Capone. g ~~t~y ofo;h$1:t~~~~~~t f~e~ r~~~kco~i There was also a $500 contribution the Steel Workers Union for $2,500 is from the pr~s1dent o.f o_ne of the big a sharp operator who, if given a whack coal COI~pames of Illm_ms w_ho admits at Truman's job might reduce the lat­that he IS now supportmg EISenhower ter's place in history to the status of for preSident. We suppose thiS is what a Bush Leaguer. SYNTHETIC PROSPERITY OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS For years the nation's economy has been propped up with coffins holding the broken bodies of American youth and battlefields around the world have been spattered with teen­ager's blood as big-shot scoundrels with Washington in· fluence and small-time crooks in government agencies have traded with the enemy, swindled the taxpayers and pocketed the profits of corruption and death. Since the beginning of organized government, war has been the ex4 pedient and deadly weapon of weak and corrupt leaders who have sought to bolster their waning power and to steady their tottering regimes by plunging their country into conflict. Under the wise guidance of the Monroe Doctrine which served as the foundation of American foreign policy until two decades ago, the presidents of the United States have been above the practice of employing wars to cure depressions and mend their broken poli­tical fences. They have relied on their own un· derstanding of fundamental principles of gov­ernment and their capacity to intelligently pre­sent them to the people for support in their bid for re-election and have depended on the law of ·upp].} and demand and the application ol oound economic policies to put the country back on a $table basis following a depression. Beginning in 1941, this procedure was changed. At that time Roosevelt saved his face with union labor leaders and dis­posed of some 9,000,000 unemployed workers by involving us in England's war with Germany and tricking Japan into attacking Pearl Harbor and since then we have lived under the policy of old-world rulers who seized upon war as the solution when disaster threatened to dislodge them from power. Since Roosevelt successfully employed this ruse to renew his lease on the White House, our economy has been sustained by a program which has dissipated the material resources of our men and women, drenched foreign battlefields with the blood of our youth and placed a mortgage on the future of our unborn children. By the time Truman came along, wars and rumors of war had be­come so firmly established as a medium for confiscating the substance of the people through taxation, piling up shocking indebtedness through de­fense squandering and retaining a hold on the presidency through planned campaigns which exploited fear, suspense and agony that it was no longer considered n~cessary to get approval of the Congress to send American troops into battle. By-passing the Constitution and usurping the power of our national law­making body, the vest-pocket Dictator in the White House-backed by no higher authority than his own conceit and inspired by no nObler impulse than fear of a failing economy-called a war in Korea on his own respon­sibility in which more than a hundred thousand young Americans have been reported dead, captured or missing in action. As corruption ran riot in Washington and big shot scoundrels with administration contacts pocketed millions by trading with the enemy and small-time crooks preyed on taxpayers through shakedowns, influence· peddling and plain and fancy stealing, American mothers kissed their sons goodbye with tears in their eyes, anguish in their hearts and a prayer on their lips. Helplessly they stood by. as their boys went away to a strange land called Korea where, in conflict with all concepts of patriotism, national defense and military tradition, they were to be ordered to fight and to die but not to win. There is no American worthy of the name who will not fight to the death when this country is attacked or in danger of attack and no responsible citizen who will not gladly endure high taxes, price controls, shortages, rationing and all the other personal sacrifices which the exigen~ies of _war (Continued on page 2) Millions of Americans Think It--The Southern Conservative Says It Page 2 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVB l)ctober, 1952 THE NEXT BEST THING TO THE ELECTION {)F McCARTHY WILL BE THE DEFEAT OF BENTON Texas Puts Stevenson and Sparkman on The Ticket And Urges The Election of Eisenhower and Nixon The voters of Wisconsin did a loti he~~w~v::yt~~~g'~ we have •een and We May Not Win But We last month to sustain our confidence I Taxpayers Gypped Out Of in the American electorate. at A~~:r~A~te roem~g::~b~~~v~:~~~ Will Go Down Swinging v:e don't believe any one in the Ten Million Dollars Democrats voted to place the names It is discouraging to hear so many Umted States, with one execphon, was . . . of Adlai Stevenson and John J. Spark- substantial men of affairs express more thrilled and overjoyed than we About ten million dollars weie man at the head of the Democratic their honest conviction that we are at the smashing victory of that great stolen from the taxpayers of the coun- ticket. headed straight into National Social· American patriot, Senator Joe Me- try in the recent Grain scandal of the Then they passed resolutions which ism and that we are destined for the earthy That one exception of course Department of Agriculture. denounced these two nominees as fate which has destroyed many great is the .senator himself and we hav~ This was the charge of Senator everythir:tg but cattle rustlers and nahons of the world. , our doubts about whether he got any Aiken of Vermont, a member of the ~~;~:n~h~~v~o a~~t c:~~dw~~kaVo:hf~: th~=~~~~t~i:;ih;: c~~~~ ~~~~ea~~~i b1gger k1ck than we over the results. committee of the Senate wh1ch has election of Dwight D. Eisenhower and it. If the Communists and fellow trav- been investigating the matter, and Richard Nixon for president and vice Without intending to be immodest ellers from all over the country who who has threatened that if the report president, respectively. or boastful, we dare to assert that if f~~~~·~~is~~~~fes~n~~a~~~onn~~ 1~~r~: ~!~~e ~~':~;i~:::~en ~~en~~ ::doe!nu~~~ ou;r~~s o~~J~!~e o~\ t~: '~~e~!a!~~~d ~:e;y b~e~er;~~~d~~~o f~:ls al~sr~ve a~~ ~~~~~tt~d b~ufi~~~ded, we would have give 'it to the. ~ress. . ~~~t~~~7;~:~~eT:~~~u~:~~~~~it~~~~ ~~si~~u\~e ~~~~ b~s l~nfh:s s~=P~a~e~ While .it .was th.e senator's courage "S~me of~ICI~ls want to ~al~ this exception, announce their support of are today. a~d patnohc s~rvi~e to his state and loss conversiOn but actually It IS em- the Republican nominees. We didn't have a_ny news~aper ~;~ ~ofu~~~~~c~~h;i~h ;~f~~~c~~r t~~J'ei~ ~:;~~e~ee::to:ns~at!~aling" the Ver- Fr~~ our .~;n ~~servation an~ t~on· ~~~n,u~~~li~r~eJt~r~~~o~n olf93t~egt;/;~ ~~de: e~~~~~~h~J~I~i~~1~~u~ba~~s,hf~d p~~~: During the hearing Secretary Bran- ~~r:~e10P~e~~: we~ w::e ~e:;v~~~~da ~~~~ ~:i~~Ii!~e as~~~~aet~~lt~o aann~ ~~e t~~~ cd very little part in his victory, we nan of the Department of Agriculture w~ w~r~ wit;essmg af ne\y and u~p.re- would listen. We didn't wait for an are glad ~hat we never ove~·Ioo~ed an who, some of his critics claim, has ~veri:;~ne in ~h~p~~ne 0 Sta~~~~:fe !~~~~ argument and then get in it. We ~):!'.~[~~Ity to plug for him m our nothing either on the outside or the may ultimately lead to a two-party started the argument and the more y. inside of his head, kissed off this loss system in Texas. peo~le who were listemng, the better fa~! ~~e t~:dalf.~::'t"i;f~~rt'i~~n~o~e!h~ as relatively. small, in view of. the fact When one of the speakers called on we1~k~~X time, it was regarded as ~:~J \~ g:~a~~n, a~~ ~~~~t h~~f ~~r :~atth~e~v:~~;~~r~~~~:t:o:~re mvolved ~~~~~ ';~~ ~;~~k~~~gt~o r~~~~ ~~~ ~~;; ~i~t!e a~~~~d;\~~ag~:;~o: t~0~r~!: worthiness as an American citizen. Perhaps he is right. ~~~nd~;: ~~~~a~~sstz~~ ~~~~:afw~~:~ r:~.~~~~~ ~~~~er:f~n~nes~~l~~c;~~: His nomination is irrefutable testi- It ld be that e are lucky that d d · 't · th 11 mony to two facts. . some~~~y made off ':ith only ten mil- r~e:~:: ~tr~v~ b: r::n:::~ered, went =~~u;~;.,n~~~~~~h~~ f~nt~e0~r~::~~= One Is that when the Amencan peo- lion dollars when we consider the bil- Republican in 1928 with far less cause of one who would dare to lambast the ~Ae't~n ~~~g~:t~~ a~~rt~~~~~~tl~n~r~~~ lions which have gone down the dra~n ~~fo~.is presented in the ~urrent situ- Gr1~t ~!~~~~g aftermath is that the way of life, they will forget political and have not been accounted for m . same politicians now come out openly ;[!~~a~~~sflg~~dtoE:f~~~a~0 ~~~i~~~~ the past twenty years. ~~;ot~\8Y~~~ ~~:eS~~~!~i~:tfs ;~:- f~~ i~l~mustht~~. ~ne;t~ha~y t~~~g~s ~~ ~~~~tsn~~k~~;e t~ht~~sa;~fs a;~d s;~rn:~ Denounces Good American ~~~~~e n~~~j~~ ;~fednetn~~~f:u~v; ;ra;t~ ~~=i rha:y hae;~ i~~~~~; :;1 !t~;gs~~: with Republicans in re-nominating this • kmds of preJudJce-rehgwus, Iacial heretofore undiscloSed information. great American. Approves Red Sympathizer and what have you. It is not the American way to give fig~re0:~~~oi~.;~ai~ t~~r~e~~~e s~~~ i~ To show just how much of a "cap- to~a~' v~t:~~os:~t:~~ k~~~~jifc~~r n~1~t rter:~~n;~i;~r all patriots stay In out and shows no more consideration tive" Stevenson is, he made a speech !lee~ ~hiS year, It will be for a far m~re "e ll qmt when we get knocked to an enemy of his country who hap- in Hartford, Connecticut, in which he JUSti_fiable reason than the on~ which out an~ not before. _ W~ may not win pens to be a member of the United denounced his opponent for endors- mspired them to break ranks m 1928. but we II go down swmgmg. ~~~\~~~e~at~h~r S~~t~ ~~~~~~:O!n~i~~ ~~~~: ~~n~~f~~a 0io~e~:~~[e~~~a;'.; Charges that the World Council o~ Since American taxpayers' money ~~h:~;:~";;~h,,"~~~f:n~fd tr:~:." t~~i~ the United States Senate. . . Churches is run by Communist sym- is involved, the Truman administra-fic. Senator Jenner has no suspicton of path1zers was made by Dr. Carl Me· hon should explam why It has been That Irishman fights with all he's ~ommunist affiliation. a1_1d his. record Intyre, president of the International decided to underwrite business ven· got an~, if n.ecessary, .he can fight dir- ~e~~~~~t~~~v~h ~f:~~!~~:c w~~hm~~~~ Coun.cil of Christian Churches, at a t~~es in Israel? Who made this d& ty. He JUSt fights. Penod. ures sponsored by the Krei:,lin. He meetmg ~f the General_ Synod of the CISIOn and why was that one country A fitting sequel to Senator Me- has, on the other hand, fought Com- Presbyterian Church m Pasadena, smgled out for preference? If that Carthy's great primary victory in Wis- munisls in government and creeping California, recently. He also charged is to be a permanent policy of govern• cons~n would be f01.' the people of Con- Socialism in Washington while a mem- that the "brotherhood'' movement· is ment, why not guarantee business r:~:~~~:1!0s C~li~~ ~:;; :hned s;os;h under ber of the Upper Hous~.. . being employed to condition our peo- concerns against loss who invest Intellect and the pro-Com~;nist";P:;:: As_ soon as he had fimshed his de- pie to world Socialism. We made both money in Algiers, Borneo and the Isle pathies, William Benton, who refl~cts nunciation of Eisenhower for hts en- these charges over two years ago. of Capri? on the dignity and integrity of that dorsement of Jenner, Stevenson, who!-------------------­great Commonwealth d th t has publicly stated that he would en- FQUllo..IDATIQllo..l ~~a[e"s"1a:~!t:. member e~nhe aDn~t."d ~~~~~:a~~y t"t:'rc:ere~~~a~r~~~~t a~·~ ·~ ·~ gave his complete blessmg to Wilham (Continued From Page 1) ----------!Benton of Connecticut as a candidate . . . . for re-election as United States Sena- demand when Amencan fighting forces have been authentically ordered Korean Truce Has Turned tor from Connecticut. into battle by a vote of the Congress in defense of the honor and safety Info An "Endurance Contest" bu~~?:~~v\~~~o:~u~l:f.~~~t~~~-,~~~ of th;u~~~:e~os~:;s~elieve that the American people will any longer tol- How many Am~ricans realize that the he .is one of the strong~st non-m~mber erate a peace-time economy built on permanent inflation, unlimited spendinJ Korean "truce" has been going on for 14 alli~s of the Commumst party. m the and indefensible tax levies. :1 ~:~sd~~~c:~a~:ek~u~~ ~~~~t~Iy lasts for ~;t~\~~ ~~~tefts a;21ic~!: ~~n!Is~~ And we do. not believe they will continu~ to accept the philosOphy of be~: t~~- ~eat~imJ, stalin's forces have t~E~fc6~easc~~~~\\~?ati~c~h;e~t~~ ~~e~~~nt~~t~~~~tyoftoa d;~l~~~;ia:~r a:~e~f~~ ;~~~e:h:h~~o~zs~t!~~dt~i~he~~~ to inc~e1a::~~eirefig~t~n~a~~::n:~h t=~~ s~:~~: ~:~;:;~~~~!~~~~ r:y t~: ~~?~:~!~a\~~ corpse of an American soldier. :~nn ::st~e:~~o:~:P~~:~!~se:1:,: t;:~n~a~~ ~~~~~~e Rih~c$;i~c~s~0n;e~~:!r b~~~ of th~~ ~~~;trb;i::d b!~~ ~oewl~~:e~v~l~~:~d ad~~~et~;~sli;:5th0e0 b~~:ka~:~ Deal. made it hot for Communists who hold desolate silence of the Korean hills and we can't ease the heartache in . Si~ce It Js a truce In name only and the jobs in government. American homes from which a son, a brother, a husband or a father hal l1gh~mg has not ceased, scores or American \Vhatever semblance of independ- gone forever. ;:;~;~:; ~;dth~~;s:ld:r .~e d:~n~ ~:~;tr~:~ ~?s~ela~t:et~~o~a~;ii~a:~ t~~P;~~~ ~u~ we can i~vest the memory of these s.acred dead with some de~ee obviously that is just one on them. ning has been completely surrendered of dtgmty and give. some measure of me~~ng to :he supreme sacriftce Mr. Stalin and Mr. Truman are rebuild- and he has gone whole hog for the they made for therr country, by repudiatmg their betrayer-and the lng their fences and they can't be bothered Fair Deal, Corruption, Communists protege of their betrayer-with a barrage of ballots at the polls in No-b¥ trivialities. and all, vember. _Oc_lo_M_r_,_T9_S2_ ________________________TH _E_ _So u_T_H_ER_N ~CO~N~S~ER~V_A_T_IV_~ ___________________________P_ ag_ o_3 ·organization Led By A Communist Fronler This Is One for the Book and fries To Pilch Church Voie To Stevenson The "Holy Book" at That In a sh•, vidous and unpdncipled allempt ·-------------------! No they've really "gone and done------------------ to lh<"OW- !he Protestant church vote to the If Chaplin Never Comes it", IV Legion Pickets 0 Subversive !~;1~,~:i~;··t~:tt•a:yhil~P:~-~\::."~u~ptl'i;: Back If Will Be Too Soon The World Planners have jazzed up Speoker in Ft. Worth Church tions'' mfiuenced its action, the Nahonal ~~=n~~~~tsst:~adnl~~~~g~~e t~:n L~~;~ In Fort Worth_ recently people were ~:~::it a\~( P~:~~:ees a:f a C~::~~io~~s :r~a:~ in:~::e7h~~~a~h;to:~~:~de~ta:.: ~;:!lyd0d:~ Prayer up to date. ~reei~1~dp!~kt:1::_mazmg spectacle of a church and exposed its true colors as an instru- years ago. The electrifying news b,urst ~n the Only this time It wasn't membet·s of a ment _ro~· promoting World Socialism. The Attorney General of the United ~~~rlgi~~c~~:!Y b~~~~ ~:~~~hre~~~o~t 0! tabor union. tryin_g t_o prevent some one 05~~:~\:g t~~ ~!~:~··~ta~!;0 ~~~~0~~~~; ~~~\~~"~;' t~nst;~~~ed r~ha~n~:~~~at;:n t~~; cost of $6,000,000 for the first edition. fr~~ ;::rc~~:b::: ·~:h:h~o :::,ican Le· issued 11~ese mstructw~s to Its membe:sh1p country of Charlie Chaplin until charges We always. ~k~ to ~xar:tme any new gion protesting the appeu·ance of a lee· In a press release earned by the As_socJated are looked into concerning his personal and document fm JtS tmphcabons, but they turer in the pulpit with a yard-long rcc· ~~;;:ei;l:,.~•;;•~:;;o~!! ~;·~::"'~!u~~i~ po~~:::i:e:;;~·:i:f ~~::,:a~ir:ev:~:l :.::;Y ha~t ~:o~~:r;~ke practically a lifetime ~~:a:J;.~::;be::~~it\:d c~:~~~~'~•~',::t and wh,_c~ should ~mde. th~m. m. votmg: sailed recently for 8 year's trip to Europe ~o evaluate the su~tle changes, s~ad- tion of the government In whose defe~se Oppos1hon to racial discnmmahon and and if he never comes back it will be too mgs and nuances m the modermzed Legionnaires had been called on to nsk 1egregation; support o( efforts to "presen•e soon so far as we are concerned. version of the Holy Book and most of their lives on battlefields around the world. :~:t ;;,~ct~~ ~~~~~d~ga~:~:;s !~~r~::~e;~~ Al~hough he has been in this country ours has already ~een lived. . The regular minister of the church was ~~dE;~~i:cci~v:!:~t i:fcl~~~a~heRii;~:~01~~ ~~~YY~~r~h:0:uc~::s g:~:n h:!~h d~;~:d t~: su~~~f~~?al h:~~ :~~~~c:0 k~:,~,leadg~tt~~ :~~is:: t~ ~!~:~~:d 0:ec~~~e;"::~o;:fu~:~ ternational Labor Organization and other see his silly pictures, he has never held the why It was changed, who IS back of It to ca~cel his engagement to spea~, thus subversive affiliates); support of the Unit- United State~ in sufficient esteem to take and what have you. becommg an accessory to subverswn. ed States (Truman-Acheson) program o£ out citizenship papers. Right off we learned-God help us Also, it was developed that the wife of "economic aid and technical assistance to We are thankful that the only contribu- -that the wor~ .was done unde~ the a left-wing university professor who spon­the under-developed areas of the world"; tion we personally made to his great for- general superviSIOn of the Nahonal sored the lecturer conducts a sort of speak­advocacy of "revised immigration and nat. tune was one two-bit piece which was the Council of Churches, successor to the er's bureau through which she books sub­uralization laws so that a larger number price o£ his first picture and the last one Federal Council of Churches of Christ versives into local churches. ol refugees, regardless of color, creed or ol his productions we ever saw. in America. Such thmgs as th 1s a1e m01 e discoulag-materi~ l. origin ca_n begin a new l~fe on Like so many other foreigners who come And If any one does not know by 10g than the m£1lhatl0n of Commumsts mto our soil'; affirmah~n of ~he "necesstty for to this country to make money or hold of- ~his ti.me of the efforts of that.group the Federal government. :.~e~o~~h~~!;i:: ':rea;t;;m~: ~:~:~~~~ ~~~- ~:in~~n~i;i:e ::·~,r•;;b;:,.:;::er;r:~:: ~~e~r~~n! ;~c~~a~Js~o0~~ ;~~~~~~~fr~1;t mi~~:l::t:~:~:~i' b:opk~c~:~l :u:·~;u~tff:! confornut~ or to _silence peo_pl~ by character whose objective is to tear it down and re· of World Soc1ahsm, nothmg we could and Communists in govemment agencies :;s~~sr'::~~oend !~~~:g!~ .. ~s~':at~t;o~nO: :~~~:~~ ~~:~~~~~c~r~tm o:hti:~ f::~e::mo:. that of the sa~~~u~u::l~/~:: a~~U~~ld;::~~~~s along with it. . . . . ::u!Tst!h~::mo~~~:;!n~n~ :~:::~s:.f Com· . His picture ''The Dictator'' was the first ?one at Union Theological. Seminary te!u!r ~~:r:~c~~~~:~~:m b;n~~~~t~:~v:~~~: The statement contained an ex~lana_lion ~:;~f~~ok;;;7:g ~~~:h h!~!~~~~c:~ei~;~~:~~ ~~o~~'~w~ ~re~r:'~~~eto p::ls~~:ntto ~:! of t~e ch~~~ha~s g~~u!:e i;~rr:t~e:t ::o;u~ ::r :~et~rc::~~~!! ~:;::::n::;cou(t~~r~s1t~:: Hitler and Mussolini were ridiculed and ;~~mu~ii~~e~r~~\ o~;a~~~~~t~f~~~~~~~ :;:~::ri~~i~ ~mericans ·~ho. are wa~ing the Life and Work to the effect that "no-. parti· caric_atured in that film but there was gatingp Committees of Congress as fight to preserve Amencamsm agamst the san implications" were involved tn thi!l re· nothmg in it to indicate that there was such being set up for the purpose of over- g_reatesl odd~ that ever confronted a na· minder to the membership on how to vote. a monster in existence as Joe Stalin. throwing the American government. bon's sovere1gn defenders. By what authority Dr. Barnes pretends We doubt seriously if the govern~~~ Another catch is tha t the ale Di- !~n::e~: !:rs~~!~s:;n~~~:~lyn:~:;ii~;e~'~:~ ::;~c~~~ww~:f ds~~aaX:y~~;sJt •::u!h~~~~o~; ;~Jt~ts~~o~~~~s Tnix;:e u~~~1fh·~yder~~ Opposition To Socialism Called vestigating committees of Congress set up kept l rom. returnmg to the~e s_hores, lt wtll leases that some of the "great Pound- ffforf TO Desfroy Schools ~ probe into Communist infiltration in this be good riddance of bad rubbish. ations" helped finance it. . . . :~~n:s:o :i:i:u~e~:~:n:fn~:t lef:~n:~n::! • 6 The Yale Divini~y School has turned rr:'r:~~o:eu~~~;J~~n~,li~:~~~gvi:~s tt~e th::~ Atheistic groups which have yet been un· lnf1ltrat10n of Churches fo~icsa~meS~~~~i~fsm :~~ w:?e of,~~=~i ~;n~!~c~:~v~~:~nfef~-:7:;u:i:/;:r:r:h:a1~?'~ oovered. Is Being Stepped Up Foundations" are now under investi- frantically fighting efforts of patriotic Thes~ include the American Youth Con· The attempts to infiltrate American gation by the Cox <;~mmittee of Americans to protect the schools from sub- ~:i~:dc.~~:t:: :~·s~:;::~e:, ~:~;~2~~;:: ~hurchtes w~h Communi:m se:hms to ~~ve g~::f~'::I~i!f; a~l~~ed~~!t'~;:'!ti~~n~a;~ ve~s~:e a:~::::at:~:.· In many instances, the ~~=~t::u~~e ~o~~~:i:~i~ltsR:~:r~:!i:~::t t:er:;o~~:eof u!t~:i~7ecse~n ~~~io~sa~~~~io1:; ~~~!li~~-the advancement of World res~lt of a cam~aign bein_g ~parked by the =~icb:~ t:::ht.?, influence the thought of Am mi~~sct~~~inagretof!~il~:;r~it~la~u7h~~h :~:~ While there is no way short of sev- ~eart~~v:al a~~~~t~~~:n ;,~ss~~~~~:~~dwha:se .. ~~~ He is also shown as ha:ing been a mem- the great majority ar~ gros_sly ignorant, the ~~:~h ~~~r~n!t~~ile t~ip~~r~'~s '~~!;n tt;;: gressive Education. . ber o£ the Emergency Peace Mobilization pro_testant churches ~~ .t~IS country. w~re the advance notices. It says they McCalls Magazine Is devoting hbe.ral described as "among the more conspicuous asstgned. the responsibi_ht~ of abohshmg have changed the word "communi- space to the propaganda. It has _earned iyo~.:u::!r!;~;~( t:~! ~~~~e:e~~~~e:r.a~e~; ~:;:i~~I01:k:n~e~:n;~~or~~.1;f !~~mth:~; cate" to :ead "share what you have". !~;:~g a~~c~~tc~t~o~let::tst :a::rnt~ea:~~g 1~hy~ b: 6hl~f Un:American Activities Committee as~en~=:~ of some instances where a coun- of~~~~~~~ ~~~~t~~;'~~ ~o~t Ut~~o :~~~: ~:n a;eh~r;~~;c:o t~e~~:o;e:~:i~:h::~~~ocial~ 0 H: ;', 0:i:~a-shown to have bee~ a memb~r ~:~;o:r~:~"~! ~~~~~ 1~0ar~·e~,~~~~:~,;~~h g:~~afe~ i~~r~~e~~a~~~;: ~~~~er~~ 1-o------------------- of the North Amencan Commtttee t~ a1d sible members of congregations whose ~uman ~ommumc~tJOn has now found We hope that Truman's whistle stop :~:~~:es~;:t~;a~~,m~~~~ee~Y a!~~:e d~!!:;~ ~·~nis!:~e~;s ~=l~~:e~~:~n~~ s:fbv~~~;:~ Its ;:yo~~~o ::::~~l:~ we would trust i~~ ~~h:~ ~:~ll~c~~~=~~~et~!~l~~:~: ney gen~ral. as being ~ Communist. ~ront members who object to his .Communistic those who have brought out the new elections _and w.in vo~ers have been. •nd he 15 hste~ 85 havmg ~een af~Ihated racial views and planning to do something Bible ·about like we would trust a fox He went mto "':V"Isconsm ~nd m~de an :\~~e~~e~t:;rt~~t~:c~a~~~e~~::y.outhts and about it. in our chicken coop. =~~;~s~o:\h~il~~~~teeofl~e:~~; J~= The A_merica~ people seem to be_alerted wi~n~r:!e t~~/i~!st:~;~c;i~~. o;i~l ~ic: Captain Eugene R Guild retired ~~;~~~~'nor~~'ty ~~eRe;~~~ca~at:;: to the •_mperabve need for cleanmg t_he pledge to stop all contributions and to Army captain blame~ the Pentagon ponents but got more votes than eommun_tst rats out of goYernment agenctes call on heavy contributors to also agree for thousands of needless drownings Democrats and Republicans combined. In ~ashmgton but they have not y~t fully to withhold all donations unti~ their pas- of American soldiers. Guild charged Earlier Truman went Into Arkansas reah~ed how these same rodents ate over- tor gets back in the pulpit, PICks up the that the Army fails to give proper and asked the people of that state to Junmng the churches. Bible and starts preaching religion again. swimming instructions to young in- re-elect Sid McMath as governor. Me- When they do this, they will find that ductees and then forces them into Math was snowed under and buried A candidate for president is report- they won't have to go sny further. positions where they must swim or so deep he can never hope for a come· ed in the press as having promised to die. back. name a Negro as a member of his For once we find ourselves agreeing cabinet provided he found a qualified with a Fair Dealer. Former Attorney In spite of all the claims by Com- We have said it before but it can't applicant. We protest that this is General McGrath is reported, and has munist sympathizers that Senator Joe be emphasized too often: The way to rank discrimination against other min- not denied, sayi~g that he kne~v McCarthy has "smeared" innocent get rid of Socialists, Communist front­ority group~ and we_ hereby demand :~o~~~ ~~a\h~h~~~~~ ~?~~~J~yb~~~l~ persons in his charges concerning ers and other subversives in the pul­that the Chmook Indians be gtven as· never force it down. This is one oc- Commumsts m government, no one pits of America IS for the church mem~ surance that a member of their tribe casion when he was probably telling has furnished a single name of a per- bers to quit giving them any dirty, will be extended a similar favor, the truth, son so "smeared". capitalistic folding money. Pagt 4 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE From Unconditional Victory to the Brink of Unconditional Disaster A DIGEST OF AMERICA'S PERIL October, 1952 THE SOUTHERN CONSE::R:~VA~T~I:V:_E::._ ____________ P_•g::.•._!o l'ogo 6 The Southern Conservative Cal~f?rnia Sch~ol Sparky's Bad Week Human Rights Now Includes A monthly publtcatton of Off1c1al Repudiates (From the magazine "Alabama") Right to Be Put to Death edttonal opinion w1th UNESCO Program Senator Sparkman (now referred to We have tried conscientiously and nattonal circuLauon. Dwight Lydell, superintendent or the by Montgomery:s Advertiser as "the to the best of our ability to point out Monrovia, CaliCornia, Elementary Schools former Alabamian") h~s not had 3 all the vicious aspects of the United ---,-d,-M.-Da-,d-en-, E-d-ito-, --I deserves a place on the honor roll o£ very good September, either. _At TO· Nations and its affiliates. Port ·~:;;~~~r~::~c•• Fl•tiron Building patriotic ~merican educators. E~~fen~~e oF~h~~O da~yih:~~~~~Isn~ta~~ . We didn't know ourself! h?we:rer, _______ P_h•_••_F_A_· 20 - 19 1 gr!:.r~~i~~ga;~oc~~;; ~:;I~du~~~~~m~r~~ ~a!~·chs~~:%' %~~!t~~ces~o;~ ~~~a:;: {r;!s h~:red~~~lf i~~~~~1~J ~~ t~Pb~~~: Price $5.00 P•r V••r be taught 10 Monrov1a schools Mr. Lydell tEe crowd began clapping impatiently gre.ssional Record of a lethal proposal ec!.~I~ ~·~:. :~~~~7'-)le~~u~ ~ :;:..,~:T .u~t s~id: . as he droned on about the virtues of whtch defies belief. "Children sh~uld be tau~ht a_bout their the Fair Deal. It seems the spectators According to that publication, the hnt without c01t ,. MemMn of ca,.ron, own cou?try first-about_ Jts hls~ory, the wanted the auto races to start-a dif- Honorable John W. Bricker of Ohio ••mb•".:! !:::; ;::i~~·!;~;;~1~'""'•n, Constit:hh~n :~d ~ill of Rights which guar- ferent kind of exhaust, as it were. ' in a speech on the floor of the Senat~ r----------.1 antee eJr I er •es. The very next day in Chicago con- not long before adjournment of Con- A help len tp•rrow cen drift .with th• vri"d I fie·;~t :~ :;ti~lu~atir~o~~s~~l~;oe;t:~~z:~:~~~ t~:rin~ob hi~0~u~!1lo~ t~r $~0~~g?~;- ~f~!~· ,~~~~\~~' aodu\~OC~~:~ ~;~~~e t~~ Dut it tak•• 0" eogM t. u, •g•,nst the atorM. and loyalty to the United States in the y J · y · k i the fanatics in the Human Rights Cov ~========~I minds o! oil children. . . ~t:r~;,':,~~:;sJ~~:~~te~h~s ~i~~~~. el:d enant was the right to be put to death: The Tenth Amendment To "We w.ould b~ derelict 10 our .duty as by a director of the National Negro As evidence of this he called atten- The Conttitution of The teacher~ If we d•d not te~ch the hJstory of Council, carried signs complaining tion to the action of several thousanrl United States: the Umted States and. pomt out . how ha_rd that negroes cannot vote "in poll tax- Britons and Americans who signed a Th• potcert not delegated to fht we.have worked to gam and retam our hb· Jim Crow Alabama." Apparently John petition to the United Nations Human Un1ted State3 bt~ the Const1tutaou, nor erhes. had not had time to impress upon Rights Commission last Spring asking prohiblted by d to the Statts ar• .,... "Children must know that in many parts them his full support of Stevenson's that body to recognize uthe right of ::~v~~o~~. U~ot State$ respectzvet11. or &o or the world millions of people sufler be- pro-FEPC, anti-filibuster stand. incurable sufferers to euthanasia, or ==========lca~se they ~ave lost the freedoms we The September issue of the South- merciful death." ~~~~~ic;h;e~!.i\~ ~i~~ t~e c~;:s~t. !~;t ~~=~ ~~rt~~~=~~~a~i;:;k~~~li!~~~t ~it~~~~ Com~~::i~~a~1%m~~{e~vo~id ~~tm~r~ Stevenson Pops Off And Texas :~'ua~:~"o/:;~~rt~~~~~:s .. e~~: ~~:~~e;~:~; ~:r:fgea~!rski'~baff~~e~he '~o~~r.' ,;i~~ ~~~~de~~hP~~~n~~Y~~:S~ ~v~~~~~!:Ju~~ (ongressman Moves In Fast allows htm to keep the. rewards of hiS --:ork Sparky at Chicago and "it was swal- forced to take a permanent nap. Wh~n Ad~ai ~tevens~n. made the ~~~ie~a:;hcei~iz~hness:ip~~lVlleges with serJous ~oa~:~ !hoa ~=~~~~y 8°fg~~~t~~~~s~e\e~ 'Yhat a ~ozy little set-up that would crack m Spnngfield, JlhnOis, recently Mr. Lydell explained to new teachers continue to swill the slop from the be ~n rubbu~g ~ut opponents of Inter­that he would not make a blanket en- in his district that the elementary curricu- administration trough." nahm:aal. Soc1ali~f!l• World Government dorsement of all Democratic candi- lu":' in Monrovia city sc_hools does _not sub- The paper says further: "Sparkman :~td :~:~:~l~~~~c~es ~! t~~s~e~~P ~:t~ dates but ~vould only support those ;~~~~ ast;r~:~u:::r:;~·:: P~:;rce~~~: i~~ is a ~outherner simply by an accident orities on human ~estiny. p :::~s::~l h~l~~so;:~t:~~roovtl•T;:;~ ;;~~n t~~s~~i:~~~~te~1110isth: ::~~r:r Pt~0~ ~a~~~~~a~n~ig~~~ ~~ ~~it~~~nfo~ta\~~ m~:d;'C:t~r~er~~!~~~.s·~efr~~ j~~~ tnoved in fast with a retort. individual child. ~~aslet~~t!~f~~e~;: af~~rsh;~thg~~:::ct see million~ of ~pponents, _including m~~ng;~~~:a:f~~~~:o:ris ;enx::\!:~ in~:;;!~a~Y::~ul:n!h~~Y G~:a:o~h!u~:r; ~i;~~~!:h~! '~~~~r~~f t!~fi~~a:i:n~~~ ~~~e~;sebn~~n~o~~ftto ~u~~:· o~~s~~ have openly declared they will not will return when all educato_rs in this as a senator from Alabama if he favor- our misery. aupport Mr. Stevenson for president c~u~try ~ill· measure up to hts standard edit. Ain't Universal Love grand? because of his position on the Tide- 0 mer cantsm. "In all other matters he I:as fo~-1----------- Jands and other issues. • ~,~:r~~, ~o~:,-~e!Ia~~~o~~~~n a~n b\~;~~ Alabama Committeeman In Washmgton Congressman Bent- Only Dtfference Between ly as if he had been at the end of ••n said that Stevenson had the right England and Us Is a rope with a brass ring in his nose .... Will Not Support Adlai :1~'!u:: ~n t~': ~:~~~r~~i~ t~~~~~e:~~ Socialixed Medicine au;~~nt~ r~~~~~:~~s :;~pl~t~~";~s :! Gessner T. McCorvey, member of atand in this respect. Harry Truman who dearly loves to refer correctly reflect the sentiments of the State Democratic Executive Com- Bentsen said that he, too, would to. th.ose who disagree with ~im as liars the citizens of Harlem." . . ~~:!e~o~f .fJra~a~~e!:~~o~e a;'Jll v~~; IUpport the Democratic nominees s~1d m a spaech to the Amencan. Fed era- No~e~~ fsoh~t~~s ~een asking for It. frankly tells Whjj. whose position on fundamental issues hon of Labo~ that those ~h? cl~lmed he g g · "I well recall the performance of ha apptoved but that those of un- has tried to 10troduce Soctal~sm mto gov- Adlai Stevenson at the Philadelphia oound views would not have his sup- ernment were guilty o£ • "btg lie'', The Battle of NATO Convention in 1948", Mr. McCorvey ::::~~~~~ ~~a~~:e1!!~~o~l;s:~ernorwas su::i~:~~n:0 e~:~:r:a~:: ~a:e:asei:~:~ Stamps Is A Draw ~~i!s~~paer~tatement to a Birmingham ----------!from the Soeialist Party platrorm. the Com· At the moment we are engaged in a ."~ht: p~ople of our sister state ~f Murder Is Added To list munist Party 'platform or h_oth, and the battle with posta~ authorities over ~'NATO" ~:~:~~s;~t~o ~~~t c~~~en~~~~~e~het~~ result is that both the Socialists and Com- stamps, ~nd_ wh•le we have achteved a jorit; report of the Credentials Com­Of Crimes in Parr Empire munists h~\'e been rob~ed of their thunder ~:m~~~at~ev,~ti~?b:e::i~~o:dk~~wt::e;~~~ ~i~te~ h~d ordered that. our Miss- Te~::n~~e~:e ;.:~~n~~~~c~n :,::~::::~ :~:P~:;c~;a:~e ~~i~h~:a~lanks have been :~~~ :~t\~:e 0~~~lesi~;ited States govern- ~~s~Yf~n f:~~~~~e~!n~:t~~~~ ~~ t~~~ g~·~~i long before the Truman administration We have almost as much of a Socialist It all started when ~e sent the porter Southern State, the ~orne of the im­aet tht pattern for big-scale corruption, Government as England with the exception for stamps at a branch postal station and mortal Jefferson DaviS . .-urder has been added to the list of crimes of Socialited medicine and Truman can't he came back loaded down with propa- "Then there arose a negro delegate lu an nea that hal alway& operated out- be blamed Cor our failure to adopt that. ganda for world government in the form from Missouri, Harry Truman's home aide the law. He did his best. of NATO stamp•. state, named George Vaughn, who rep- Paid aunmea ...-bo are alleged to. have He should open. his big rat mouth and ba~e t!o~:e t~~b~st:a~:~ :~~ ~~~c~: ~::~~ ~::~:t:~a~:ec::~~!e~issouri on the been employed to murder a lawyet who call somebody a har. we wanted plain United States stamps and epposed the Parr machine vigorousl}', shot not "NATOS". we were informed that "This Negro made one of the most •nd killed hi!: t'IA-enty-two year old son by On July Sl, Adlai Stevenson was quoted they didn't have any other kind and that we impudent, insolent SJ?-d d e f i 8 n t atistake. as uying he would chart his own campaign would have to use those or none. speec~es that I have ~ve: ~ea.rd de- Heretofore the principal criminal activi- course without promising allegiance to On investiga.tion, we found that the F~rt mandmg tha.t these_ MISSISSlppl del_e· tte:,; in that se<:.tion had been in stealing "White House programs of the last twenty Worth postofhce has been swamped With gates be demed their seats and be, m elections such as in the United States years". He said he would base the toM ~illion.s _or these propaganda stamps and effect, kicked out of the convention. Senatorial contest in 1948 when Coke and nature of his campaign on his own Jt is dtfftcult to get any other kind. uAnd who do you think supported ilevenson was tbe wlnner until five days ideas. He even hinted that he would tell By trading them off, here and there, this negro Vaughn in his outrageous aUer the ele<:tion at which time enough Tl"uman what to do about his part in the with persons who either don't know or doD•t effort? ballots mystenously turned up m one of cimpatgn Ha ha care that the use of these stamps is a tacit un was none other than a delegate the Parr-controlled counties to put Lyndon endorsement of world government, we final- from lllinois by the name of Adlai Johnson over by 87 v<ltes. . The Bureau of Internal Revenue dismiss· ly. got rid or t~em but don't know what we Stevenson who represented illinois on Now that murder has been done, perhaps ed 174 employes during the past year ac- wlll do next ttme. the Credentials Committee and who ~t:is i~~i:e i~ak:~e~p~~:n v.': ~~~: 11;:~!~ c~rding to an Ass~ciated Pres~ dispa_tch. U the ~orse comes to worst, we will get joined in the minority report of this progress is made than has been achie\"ed F1£ty-three were fired for takmg br1bes us an Indtan runner and revert to the cour- negro delegate in urging that the con­in similar attempts to eliminate corrup and twenty-four for embezzlement; the .rest ier s}•stem in transporting our mail, or else vention not recognize these duly elect· lion. in the Ft::<ieral go\"ernment a~encie::,. were classed as "undesirables". send it by carrie.r pia:eons, ed delegates from MississippL gro 1 ·n Cot to the 1 to 1 doi cer Ro THE SOUTHERN CONSERVA_:_TI:_:_V.::_I! _____________I'•.. ::g•_7 THE ORIGINAL PURPOSE OF THE UNITED NATIONS HAS BEEN LOST IN THE SHUFFLE What's The Difference Between Senatorial Immunity And Supreme Court Immunity! Last night I read a newspaper account that amazed me and caused me to wonder it perhaps we have not failed in our responsibility as citizens when such a shockinf incident hi allowed to occur in our Democracy. A sroup of people in a certain city who were prompted solely by prejudice and racial intolerance, were able to bring enough pressure on local There are two kinds of Americans who are strong for the United Nations. We Should PaSS Up Such ~;:i:~ ::~c~~;nt:xft:r:;e~h;: ~; ~::~e~r~:n;~~;;_i0~01~ ~~:;:. a~~~JYa~i~: ~!ot~::oi~t;::a~~on:;~ur:~ An Qpporlunily, Yef The objections offered against Mrs. Black ~ing allowed ~ace oi 5 cho aths eccentrics, erno- t~ _address the school were based. on charges wh1c~ seem so tiona! p;r:erts ~nd ~ental defectives, rie':ea:::: ~~=~,:eo~:~~: ~~difwto;~ :~~;;~,:u:\,::ldm:a::a~o~ic:mofs~~~~ed that responsible school belongs m one category or the other. time should come when we no longer They are either subversive or stu· run 8 newspaper. 1t was claime~ that Mrs. Black has been a member _or a pid. Now we have it all figured out and few. liberal orgamzatio~s. and ~ro~ps in this country v.bose No sane, informed, and balanced know exactly ~vhat we are going to do. :::a:~ ::~:ra~u::t~r:.ohttcal ObJectives have arou~ed antagon-citizen of the United States can ob- We are gomg to open a hot dog _ . . . . serve the performance or review the stand in Israel. ~ong the orgamzahons she 1s aiJeged. to ~ave bee~ assoc1ated wtth wcr~ ~he behavior of these hundreds ~f thol!· We decided on this after reading an Comm1ttee for the Advancement ~f Commumsm m the Umted States, the CommiSSIOn sands of moral, physical and Ideologi- Associated Press dispatch stating that for Promoting Socialism in Amencan Schools, the National Association or Friends of cal. queers without wa~t~ng to ha.ng the United States government will Russia, Inc., the National Association or Foes of America, lnc., the International Con­their ~ead over the railing and gtve guarantee private American investors gress for Abolishing Religion, the Committee to Overthrow Constitutional Government up their supper. in that country against loss, under· in the United States, the International Society of Workers Against Free Enterprise, . When we were tric.ked i~to b~com- write their failures and see that they the National Association Opposed to the American Flag and similar groups devoted ~ie~ ~:~:;~ h~~ ~~-1~0~;;:;-;1~:~~ :: get. their money back if their under- to the promotion of social justice. though.t it ~as a movement by all taking tur~s out to be' 8 turkey. . It was also claimed that Mrs. Black had made ~Jubshmtial financial donations te countries to msure peace. Just thmk of that. You go mto the Campaign for the relief or the Chinese Forces now lighting in Korea and that Instead, peace is practically the o~ly business with the success o; the ven- some years ago she had raised large sums of money for the Judy Coplon Defense subject which these wild-eyed fanatics lure guaranteed. You don t have to fund. ~:: :~~e :~d~ffaors\:~ ~~~~~e~~h~t~~ ~:le~~:~:r~~ga~t's ~;~~:~:~~a~b;~~ie~~ The action or_ the school officials in rescindi~g their invitation to ~Irs. Black tG ~~~~o~rer~~ ~~oat~l~a~~~ring on the and such. . . ;~:i:~Y o: ~~~::i:~~::Yh!;o~~~; ~;~t:.ot only an msult to a great Amencan but wu T~e United N~tion.s has branched ca~~n Y~~t ~av~ht~ daon~s ~~~c~h~~~e~~~ . This incid.en~, it se~ms to me, is a v~ry f~rccful e:xa~ple of the new theory. of ~~~~n ~rfili:fls da~~ct~~~~~f[e0~~f~~~~~ can ta~paye:s do ~he worrying. ~~:ltc::s:dss:~:a~~;et7e~~br~~ta~~::1:;c!::Y t::~s~::~i:~ ~:r::::":o Y::r:~;:re~h~c: to so many extra-curncular acbv1hes Boy, what a lead-pipe cinch! ~~:tb~~n ~~~~~:~el~n~~~~r~~e ~~~f~~~ 1---.. ----. ---.-I justl; :: ::tt::oc;s:::t~~:t o~r::tt :::.r~;:::::::·g:~g;: :;s~f these organizations . The Congress will be back in session In polthcs, 8 ~ on the highway, the mldJle- but if so, I am sure she joined them under the impression that they were devoted to lD Washington in January and we hope of-the-roader IS us~a!Iy a menace, says worthy causes. !~~~~~i' 4~~~f~~yw~~dr~~~Z~~:: :.::·~!o!u~:~~a:~~~mg member ol Con- Another reason why any charge against her of ~longing to subversive organiza. righ~ treason of this subversive gang tions is utterly fantastic is that she has been a teacher all her adult life and ta now of World Socialists will have a letter "I confess to a real apprehension, so head of her own school where Progressive Education i~ being provided for her people. on the desk ~f their two senators earn- long as Communists are able to secure min-- Surely no person in his or her right miad \\Ould accuse a teacher of progre!'tsive ~h:!y r~~re~!~~ogn~~e~:~s V~~es~~ 0~~:~ isters of the gospel to promote their eviJ e~tion of as.!;ociating with le!tist or subversive gr()llp!. they voted us in. work-J. Edgar Hoover, Chief of FBI. (Copyright 1952 by Ida M. Dru-d~Q) ,..r • THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Octo!Mr, 1952 NEW PUBLICATION TELLS OF INTRIGUE AND ILLICIT LOVE IN UNITED NATIONS A. new gossip and scandal magazine pub-lished in New York called Confidential car- Don't Let Them Take It Away ries in its first edition a story on the back- Don't let them take it away; 1cene performances of some of th~se who We've had it 50 good for 50 long. make up the personnel of the Umted Na- We must hold on to what we've got, ttons. Like it says in our campaign song. LAWMAKERS SEEK INFORMATION ON WORLD'S ECONOMY BY INVADING PARIS NIGHT CLUBS There was an article in a recent edi· Strip Tease Is New Angle f~~'o~r 11~: ~~~~~~~~gE~~~~~g0~0l~~:~l: In Foreign Relations ~~~.~;~v~~~;~~;~~~x~~~,i.~vacting Eu- . . This practice has become more Cultural relatwns between thas widespread as we have gradually tak-lt tells of the 5,000 _men and wome_" ~ho Don't let them take it away; 1 ~~~;~:~s :;~h;;:~~:~e:t;; ::~~~~~ ~~e 0~fi~i~sre;{~~!~~~~~u~~;:~~~v~!~;~ :e:e;q::~:~r~e;~ ~~i::~sssw;:~~ti::g::~zast~:: ji'~~~~r!l\Ch~·~w~o~~tc~~n~~rt~\~~al; out in Washington are true. ~~o~g!d~ur own and it is time it was romance," and of the attractive secretaries We may never get a square m~al. I An official investigating committee Many members of both the House gathered from all over the world to work of the House is looking into the claim and the Senate who are careful and for an outfit dedicated to "peace" but Don't let them take it away; that a United States government~ meticulous with their own private whose presence is very disturbing to the We'd have to work for a living. staged strip tease act .is being ca~·ried {~~td~:~dc~u~~;.~e ct'~f:!o~aJ:rx~~e~gr~ peace of tnind of many members· wives. ~~~t f~~lc~~ u~a%e ~~~r~e~~e ~i~ng. on. at the West .~erlm In.ternahonal their ear with a crowbar, don't hesi- Intet·wo\·cn in the sordid story are cases Fatr under the JOlllt ausptces of the tate to go sashaying around over the of suicide, murder, adultery and espionage Don' t let them take it away; U.S. State and Commerce Depart- world when taxpayers foot the bill. all of which provide a terrific headache for We're lining our pockets with dough. ment's mutual security agency. T~eir excuse is that they want to in-the Public Relations Division of the State If we stole like this in private jobs, It w~s reported tha~ a pretty Ger- ;:i~~gi~e 01~~~rdi:~o~~ i:bl~Ol~~igl~gfs~~~~ Department which is charged with the \Ve'd get twenty years or so. man girl had been htred to demon- more intelligently. respoosibi.lity of keeping these unsavory Don't let them take it away; strate ~meri~an feminine wearing ap- Wei~, the~e's ~oom for.improvement news stones out of the press. How we love to spencland tax! parel~ mcludmg daint~ unde1:we~r, by on t?etr legtslatmg, ~ll right, but they An instance is the wife of one of Secre- We'd sure miss the joy-rides we take dre~s~ng and undressmg datly IU, an wont cnha~ce t~en· value as law-tary General Trygve Lie's aides who march· On taxpayers' poor, sore backs. :~e~~~m~~~~sr~:~u:ti' t~ee si~:n~~~ ~~~~rs, by JUnketing around over Eu-ed Into Lie's office holding her two chi!· Commerce Departments. They. would be rendering far great~ dren ~Y ~he hand and announced in a voice ~oen;to~!t J~~~i;~~~;~s~~~a~~d such; When newsmen descended on Sec- er s~rvtce to the people of this coun-she dtdn t try to keep muffled: We've had them around us so long, retary of State Acheson for a state- try If t~ey wo~l~ stay ~t home and ''}fr. Secretary General there is a meet· That we'd miss them very much. ment, they report that the only re- ~ase their ?Wn JOint to fmd ou~ what lng of the Security Council downstairs, dis :~~~o~i!h~u~;=~~e a~~~s:l~d~bServe was ~~~~~n~~;~~p~i;~,ve~~~~~~:e~lC~~~: cussing threats to the peace and happiness Don't let them take it away; mumsm and collaborates with subver-of the world. But there is a m~re immed~ate :~~ci~~~~e~v~:~ bt~~~~~e:fa1~n~rn m;~tsvi~~vhi~~ s~~:e O~~~ee P~~~~unt~e~ ~~~~v~~l10~oups who are hell-bent on threat to my peace and happmess. Site 5 a How much we poured down the drain. eminent top Amer ican diplomat in ex- When they have put our own house blonde in my husband's office." planation of some of our queer for- in order in 'Washington, it will then be It seems the irate wife had accumulated eign policies, perhaps a t witching mus- time enough for them to go cavortin" evidence that her husband . had ~ot ont~ Pro~~ f1~~i~~~~,\~a~~ei\o~~~ay; ~~~~ti~e:s a:a~~sf~~;r~ea~:~~~~r \~: ~I~~f~I~b!h~f b;!~fss, i~a~~:r~~u~f arn~ taken the blonde secretary mto his confl- So lie, smear and misr epresent, do with taxpayers' money in the far formation about economic conditions deuce but had also taken her on trips in We must win at any cost. places of the world. of the world. U. N. limousines, to U. N. cocktail parties ::~h~e:swt~·~s :eur; ;~~::s;u~nt:d b:u~ft~c~~ ~~e~~te1 r1~~t~e~ t;a~·et~.:~~y~·ears. Too Bad We an't P ow Under monkey business. ~~ :~~,d~~~~ !~~~t1~~·~.~~~"· Some Washington Bureaucrats •'If you don't do something about it," thel----------l !~~~:~;n s:i:~~e d::;~i~~e:~e"~:~u~:;c~o~: Truman Speaks On A L. D~~'~a~~. L:x~~~;~~·o K;~~t~~·~· ~~~ Resigned Union Man ~i~t;~;;~;:~~· ~~sbc:~~ ~: att~:~~i:~;~~t~~b~ Subject He Knows Best ~~~~r~ea~~~·i:a~~~=~c~:J~~;~~ t~nb~~ Given A Gentle Hint vetoes fall where they may." Harry Truman made a speech last month SOCJated Pr.ess dtspa.tch. A Fort Worth steel worker named L. F. Next day, the article points out, the of· . . . . .BY a mtsca1cu1ahon Cowart. who Will iamson apparently more concerned in fending blonde was shunted to the United to an outftt tn Wash~~gton ~ailed ~he ~atwn- r~ISCS burley tobacco, plant~d one- providing for his family than in obeying Nations office in Geneva at a much higher a! Conference on C1lizenshtp whtch ts com· ftfth of an acre more than. hts allot· some New York racketeer's instructions salary-paid mostly by American taxpayers, posed of foreigners about to become natur- !l'lent .as set by the strange btp~ds who recently resigned from his union and con· by the way-and the erring husband re· alized Americans. ~nhabtt t~e Department of Agncu1ture tinued to work during a strike in a local turned to the fold. . " . m Washmgton and who frequently steel plant. There is the case of the South American ofT,:: t~~;~i:.~ ~~dta~: \::i~ :::c::~h;t'::: ~~~fr~f:g~=~s ~~~~~~1s s~~setht~arart~~ A bo~b which_ m~stcriou~ly appeare.d ;tl!:~~~h;t~~~ :~v:~~~1~e~r~ii~ ~~rr~~~~e t~n: on what he called "monumental liars in over which they exercise control. ~:!: ;~;~:~~~~~btl~c 1 ~1i~d~:1 v0et::e a!i;~~ day and the next day the birth of their public office". Not wanting to see the surplus crop wrecking the car and shattering window son. We don't know what all this had to do wasted and at the same time wishing ~a.nes in the neighborhood but, fortunate ly, Ano~her delegate got .out ~fan e~barrass- with the respon~ibil.ities of those. about_ t~ ~r~~~~~va~·~~Jo:;~~n;~~\~~~u~~t~~:: lllJ;~ii:! 00~f:::;s immediately disclaimed ~!m~~:n~lt ab: i~~:~~~~~onl:mo~~~~iz::io~ ::~~:; ~~: \\~:~~~:~::; o~e ~h7:;1::~ ~:~~ ~~~i-~~h~h:c~~b:~~o l~~~~int;i~h=x~~~~ ~ny responsibility .fot· t~e inc ident. and said ;i~c~Oil~ ~~\~~~;h~e~::~:v~:nh~~ ~:~:nsu:i~ is that the ~ppli_cants for naturali~ation ~f~dso~fo t~~eff~r~rr~ of Dimes fund to ~~ehr~d no connechon wtlh lhe stnke what-blonde secretary to the United Nations Con· papers were lJstemng to one of the htghest P . Probably some wcll·wisher of the family terence in Paris instead of her, he appeared authorities on "the technique of the big So he took the matter up with the placed it there as a token o£ esteem. before the court where the divorce trial lie" in this country and one thorot1ghly Department an? asked perm i ssio~ ---------- :.~~cl~~/~?.r~:. ;~~u~~Pioedal:t t~~t~r~::~~ ~u;1.i.~e0~~::~7-:;~~~se;:e;~:~~= :~e~·~scuss· i;~~ ~~lh~~:r?:;~bl~a;hf~ga~k t~:r~!~~~ Something In A :;:t~ca~~t~;~~n:!~e~~=:t. g.o w~~~n;~i~~p~o~ As .a starter, Truman designated as a ~~~~t ~~ ~ra~~:~~nd~)~~ ~~~~a~~.i;0co~~ Nome, After AIJ dismissed on the ground that the court has "big he" the charge that he has tolerated tnbutiOn of the nroceeds of hiS SUr· no jurisdiction over my person." Communists in the Federal government. I nlus crop in th~ interest of both econ- An interesting b~t of information we The affair of a Balkan beauty employed Shades of Alger Hiss and red Herrings! omy and chan~y . g~therc~ from readmg the report of. the by the State Department's Voice of Amer- ·1 The gigantic brains for which Mr. PlOCecdmgs of the Mc~arran Commtltee ica program and who w~ stabbed to death _ P.rannen's aQenc:v is noted because of '\~s that. Mrs. Ow~n Latltm~re ,':'as, by her· by her United Nations sweetheart who later The httle snip named Schmitt who waf 1 their absenc~. went into a hudrlte and ~V ~I testJmhony,h a . gho~t wnter for He~ry committed suici?e; the es~ionage o! Judy so dcCinitely trounced by Senator Joe Me· P.Ondered the question from all pas- th: ;~~ew h~1 w:sts~~cce :r~:i~~~::e~:a~~::: ~~::01~ ~~!~ou:,1::Je~atfo~s:t~:ve~:~~·t;;~~; ~:~:~h:c~i~h~~i:c:n,:ii~l ~a0stte 7oorn~c~::.ha~~ Sib~'~lea:!~~:~r was "No". ~ Soviet intentions toward China. sensational and tragfc escapades make up . . Y Mrs. Lattimore is the wife of the Uni· the roster o£ sordid stories which. with DemocratiC opponent m the November clec· So the surplus acreage of tobacco versi.ty Professor often referred to by Soviet fe~il:xc::t!~~~~ nr:::~a~::: ~:;. ~~:~li;::: ~~:~~ ;:ow~:e: ;:i~h~~l:: ;:0~otl~:gs;a~~ ! ;i~~.r·~:tdth~n~~~e~lean~ol~~e fuun: ~!~~a~st ~l~e "~::ri~~:~" according to te~ti­:~':! o:~~~~\: ~;;o:ri~iS::l ~~t~~:t~~ ~=!~~~; and .mott o:d t:~ m.on~~ tha~ floode~ ": is· I bro~en record of the Department of te;~e~_0;~~~~ :hes~1atm:f si~~s:~nt~:n:;;:~~ the sover~ignty of the United States and c~nsm. 0 aJ lm 10 e pnmary e cc _,on :1\ gnculture for outstandin~ ~tupi.dity It seems thCy often come in pairs. convert it in to a minor sub-division of a sub- \\aS s:ud to have come from the Reds "'ho Ill an ~ gency where stup!dtty IS a Another thing we learned about her is versive world government is what is keeping large ly compose the membership of the l'eq ui s ite for employment , was main- that her name is Eleanor-but we'll let patriotic Americans awake nights. Fair Deal party. ·, l ,ainer,l . that slide.
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