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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 3, No. 7-8, July-August 1952
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POSTAGE PA I 0 Permit No. 1665 fort Worth, l "exu THE · SouTHERN CoNSERVATIVE -To plead for a return of Coustitutional ·Government- Vol. 3 Fort Worth, Texas, Jufy.August, 1952 flo. 7-8 THE IN EIGHTY-THIRD THE FIGHT OF CONGRESS WORLD WILL BE SOCIALISM THE LAST FRONTIER AGAINST AMERICAN~SM Our Charges Are Confirmed By the President of The United States Hope of the people must lie in election of strong and invi ncible members af national lawmaking body who will safegua rJ the sovereignty of the United States against its enemies on all fronts. thes~ep;:~:~lyth:te ~~;~: ~~~;: d h~~ ~ii\~~ tions such as that now confronting In the Imbal edition of the Southern Conservative. we a nnounced g;·o;n so po~erf:l ~nde\the co~dling His r eply, given through the press, ~~~t ,'::'~1ft~~;~~~e ::sa;'!o ,J~~!~ ~~r r! ~:~~~~t;f,tC~~~~\~~:'t~~~~~ ~~~~;~:~;n;·~ ~0;~ ~~~~~n~~.'nt ~~J ~hara Ph~~~~ ~i~ ~~'astee~o~~~~~~Ju~~:~~n ~~;i~~~f;~ we do, that this slogan makes m01e sense now than 1t d1d when adoplcd T::~a!n.of CIO ISth e boss of Harry S. ;~~o~h~~ii~n~e a~id~~~ig~~Oi~I~est;f~~ ance t;nn!~~~:~~~t t~~t~~jo;en~;~dnea1Itp~W:i~a\h~~~~i~sa~~~~~oew~~~te~3~1l;~i: It is one thing for a pa per to make ers might not obey a b~c k-to·work or - fe red heavily from infiltration by international Social istic: forces. an assertio n, fo r it could or could not der." We also expressed our belief that the hope of survival of the Ameri~ be t rue. It might be only the biased And there we have it, in the Pr esi- can ~or m of gover nme nt lay in a continued coalition o( Conservati\·e Re-~ and prej udiced opinion of the editor. dent's .own wor~s. He won't enjoin publica ns and Southern Democrats in Congress whose comhined effo rls But when the President of the Unit- the umons and tf he did, they might have held back the terrifying menace of Commu nism which, under t'neour~ ed States confirms an editorial state- not pay a ny attention to it agement from the two last national administrations, has threatened the mcnt, it must be true. Eight thousand CIO steel workers very structure of the Republic . . The Taf,t-llartley la\v- was an offi. :.'~eSa~~·~c~~~i:n~ia~i1~;y ~~~,;~h~~ ~::~ That conviction is strengthened i~~~ ~~fk~~ ~~~~r::sn~~~ ~i._er~~-if~~~~~~:t ii~.~~~~a::;i·u~~~~i~~.\ :~~~-~ ~~~~~s~c~a~~~ ~~a;h~11r~1~~~\~~~i~\tr1~~e~~it~arn~~~~~~~:~1~1~~~~t ~~t' ~~\~clJ~~~\~~';~y :r~~~~~i~~ ~a;~~~~~~~ ~TurraY ,\ h o cop firmed Truman's ~States almost to a standstill. · . ~t~!~ma~n;. cl;~r~a~~j~~~tf~~ i;~uu~~ ~~~ come t~~nw:n~oiJ!ochf~!io oan:d ~~~~~e~aJ!o;~~u~ol~ti~=~i~1~nvcnUon has just ·When the Supreme Court m(orm· der the law passed by Congress. ed Mr. TrUman that he did not have So now~ reinforced by the presi- Our p~licy ha.s been to fight for pri~1ciples and to: endorse no candi~ the autherity to take over the steel dent's own words and actions, we re- dates for off~~e and from that. vantage pomt of ~el1trahty we feel we are companies, Congress requested him to peat that the labor unions are bigger a~le to appra1se the . overall p1~ture of ~he candidates who have bee n, or u se the Taft-Hartley law which had than government and that Philip Mur- Will be, chosen to gmde the nahon's destiny for the next four years. been e nacted by that body to ha ndle ray controls the preside nt. It is recorded in ancient history tha t the neigh of a horse once settled the contest between r iva l powers for th e t hrone of Persia the contenders The Vole On Veto Got Our Political Morals Are ~l:~~~~~va;~~~gj~c•mselves that the one whose steed should whinny fi rst Lost In The· Shuffle Suffering Fro!!) Dry Rot . . whic~?sd~~~~~~~~~':f~o~~~~;::~~~ ~~~~~-:c~~~~~e~ [~~~~h~f f~~~,.~i1:~~~~ . We are W?ndering why the Senate cal ;v~~=~~c:r!h:~r~e~~n~ag~~ld;;l:~t ~h~fc~ft~~ec~d:~~e~fs;a~rse;i~set~t~i~ :~tt~i~a~1 th~e~~.~~i~1l~:t~1j~ 11°~1~~1~a~~ ~~~e~Z~~sve;i~~d:e\~~ev~~~~r~~~zexas ~!~a~~s noou ~~~~t~~~~ ~~ ~~~r;;ur~~~h~~~ fi:r:~~c~~r% ao~daf~~~tass and in which1 for better or wors~. the decision is Th~y do so m~ch maneuvering, the most stn_kmg example ?f gener~l . . . . . . swappmg and frammg that it is im- moral decay 1s to be found 111 the ath- A.s th1s ts wntten, _the _De m~cratl c Party has not ~ h ose n _Its no ~unee possible for the people to keep up with tude. of mos~ of the announced or po· ~or president but, for this discussion, the name of thc u· ca ndidate ts not what goes on in Congress. tentlal candtdates for nomination as Important. .. There was plenty of noise and pub· presi~ent on the Democratic ticket On1y one .t~ing . is certain and th_at is that he will conform ln fullest hetty about what the Senate was going ~1th Truman's disgraceful record, measure ~o the hlhpuhan stature of the1r la st two leade rs both of wh.om .ex4 to do about this attempt of the presi- ran.gmg all the way from bungling in· erted their last ounce of energy and employed the full power of thetr h1gh dent to get away with his big steal and eptitude to wilful defiance of Consti- office in an all-out attempt to destroy the American Republic whose Consti· then It all died down. tutionallaw and including in between tutwn they swore to uphold, and to replace It with a Socialist Stale. M~mbers put their heads together, condonation of corruption and defense Obviously, no candidate for the Den~ oc ratic non~i na tion has .th_e mo.rai went mto a huddle and came up with of Com":lunists in government, one courage to o~entr denounce the corrup~10n of th.e 1 r urnan a dnum ~trati?n a blank stare. would thmk that any decent aspirant and the dommat10n of government by labor umons, nor the pollical m~ We suppose they decided to wait for the office would shun Truman and tegrity to unequivocally demand a return to the policy of States Rights, f?r a new Congress before taking ac- his support as they would a deadly restorahon of th~ two-thirds r';lle and other soun~ principles which at~ lion but by that time, it may be too contagion. tended the party m the days of Its great ness before It was profaned by the late. . . . Instead, they openly court his ap- blasphemous touch of the New Deal. . . . bav;~~ a~r~e:~~ ~;~~nit!!~~~~~~ t~e~~ ~r~t~!~t~~;n~~e h~r~n~~~gt~e~~g~~: f~~ it rendt~Jo~n~h~~~0~:l~~~~i~a~~o~~! ~~;~en~~~lh~e~~~i~~. held m Chtcago, fast money boys by then. a few small cr~mbs of favor. all-out ~~~se:S!s ~~ ~%~:~~~~s~e~ ~orn~~~~Sef~ai~e f~~n:::~rl:r ~~~J~ ~~ An Hour lale And fun~he0~~~te De artment m ~:;:rte1w ~~~~~~o~af:~~~"~:;;:~'~a~~:~i~:~i!~ u:h~~~~n~l~~;e~:~~~-to':':i. to stop the propa~anda comi~~ i~ef~~~ sorb us man all-envelopmg World State IS waged with mcreased mtens1ty. A Dollar ShOrl Russia but it's not the fore b 1 . . Also, for the masterly speech of the Honorable Herbert Hoover, only but the home gr . 1 Ign f ~anc hvmg ex-president of the Umted States and the last mcorrupt1ble occupant As we rush to make our deadline, munist propagan~:;1avt~~es ~u~t ab:t of that office, who made the precedent-shattenng as~rtion that he wa.sn't ~~t;o6~;ar~~~t h:~lfn;:: a~ra~;~~ put ~~~s s~~~~~~P~~t~':n~~;~~ be com- ashame~o~~ ~~~':"nr~~~.'t't~~J:l£.1~o~/~~e d~~~~~~e~f ~~~ii~:,ns~,':':t~~)o~~;~ propaganda from this country mended for this last-minute effort but R McCarthy of Wisconsin who always fights to w1n, whether he IS attack· Ha! lf we had time, we'd tell a they. are about twenty years too late. (Continued on Pogo2) Millions of Americans Think It--The Southern Conservative Says It Page 2 THE SOUTHERN roNSERVATIVE July-August, 1952 We Are Gelling Fed Up With Slams AI The South by Both Major Political Parties If Karl Marx Could Speak He Would Say "Well Done Thou Good and Faithful Servant" For some strange reason those who In Arkansas recently where Harry ~~~r :.:ti~:·~~o::;s r~~ t~:.;;~~;;; As He Damned Pleases ~~m;~v!~':n~~~·~ t~!~l~: ~no"w~; bas ~.!o~~~~~grhanii~m ~"J'~~m~~' to feel that they must beam a blast JACKSON (MilS.) DAILy NEWI projects, be screamed and ranted all of all pickpockets during the Nationa~ at Dixie and include an "anti-lynch· over the landscape about bemg called Democratie Convention. We take It lng" plank. The Pn&ldent of the United States has a Socialist. that this applies to local cllaracteri From their actions, ono would get beta Wkinfl reeonUJ like • profane play. He said that every t~e be clld only and any of the Fair Deal contil)o the impression that the favorite out· boy of the Western world. anythmg for. the people, hts enemtes gent, espectally those from the Intel\o ~~~r 1i:c~ 0f0!0e~~~;n:~~; t~~~i When ht •• .,., to be Prealdont, .. ,.. caU~f;~e~0~~li~~~h matwr what his :'d!e~~~~c~!:i(~~ee~o~·~~ ~:y m~ before breakfast. Harry Truman, he looka forward. to 10 or opponents call him. His official acti~ns lested. AI; a matter of cold fact, there Is l6J•ar• of "just havine fun.'' spe"!< louder than the. human v~~';t'l---------- far less lawlessness. ~nd mob violence And Ja. the course of having fun he U; ~~d~~r;m':t~~~~~s!t~: ~~/~~wed Those who ~d not see the. picture ~~e~:h:h'I. ird~e 0~~~~!li~i ~: ~~~ going to do Just " ho "Damn pleases." to the Party Line of those with whom ~e~;:.';~ ~~~~ ':::~~~a~l;n~~:d ls born. Not the way George Washington talked he rese~ts bemg classed. the most comical spectacle in years. There have been, for Instance, durine and after the Wu of the Revolu- hea~;~;~!.ta:sc~b~~~~t!:.:'; t~u~!~tr~~ ;.:'~.f~k fa•::.~• cowboy was reallJ b~u~~~~~~d ~~~~at~fwi~;~k~l~b !f~fJ lion. Ca~italism. The Federal income tax 1---=-g ------­ed ~¥k labor union 1pobsters, during in:~:b~::~~!::!a~i;~ot~.lalked dur- ;t~~~rw~~~t ~~ c~~;h~~ ~~:;~~~tn~;. ~~~g~~~du~~rc:naJi~fh!~~~!~;~s= a 8 T~e~·e are also scores of killings by Not the .way Woodrow Wilson, broken in com~~·rx advocated a redistribution which they have no more right to p:o~essional g~ngsters who take th~ health but with indomitable spirit, talked of the wealth by exorbitant taxes. ~Pf{ate t~an they do race tracks, pool VIctims_ for a nde and leave them nd- during and after World War L Truman bas complied almost one hun- a s pr m~ht clubs. . l ~:~ ;~t~:v~:e~~~~g~t ~~rt~fey and Great and true Americans, these. lm· dre~fr": ~:~ta~;~t~g~~~std~~a~~ht of alsoT~:/rJ~~~ ~~n~~h~~~~~~~~o w:: Yet, ~ben po~iticians underta~e ~:s:~d c!~sc~::s s:;e~:'t;ea~~s t::~ !~~~ a p_erson to inherit wealth. The in- detrimental to a true So~ialist State~ :~l~t ~~!s~~~~0~t;a::!;~t ~: ~~~: :::;~;h~ '",~e;in:, dth~ ~o~;•s. •:: nation~! ~~~endceto ~; p~rn~~~t. Truman has ~ten~~~ra~0~~~g~~gn~~!b~t"'r::d gress, they invariably refuse to treat nd \h' . 1a d a h. e~ ;nk ~ peop e Marx bore down strong on his de- and is constantly increasing its holc)o )nurders by_ gangsters and killings uf ::; • e:.n ~a ersbl'P· ~ :ee :X aw:~ mand that the state take over private ings: While Marx did not advoca~ ~gsl~,bor uruon mobsters as "lynch· ~th ~ ~e ~..:~:th" ';; war's destr~:Zon. ':~n~~.~~~ g~[:~=• i~i n~ ~~~~ti:..~ ~~~!g~m t~~~t b~~teir~~~t ~~~~ ThlJ 1.s because those who frame But Hury Truman! He lookl forward Capitalism would be frozen out. The attempting to steal the Texas Tide-tuch legislation are too cowardly to joyfully to just havinJ fun and doine u he Fe de r a 1 government n ow h a s lands. 1 risk the ire of labor leaders and or- damn p!eueL $160,000,000,000 invested in business H the originator of State Socialislll =~~·~~sr::;,gs~~!,inw~o"..bi~0~0'!,':~~ d n ~ould be 1:, t:Udisput~ Mr. ~~w;;· ;~t;.e• i~~~;·=~~ti~= ~~~ ;ir~d~::"or~:a~:'u~~th;~;:,'; defeat them at the polls. d~~:e ;l:a~eo:. whi~e ·t:n~;:a;m;epubli~ power ~rojects, farm la~d, .telephone he wo~1d say jjWe ll ~one, tbou good As for the vote in the South, Dem- tries desperately to lilt itaelf out of t he hole compames, loan compames, msuranoe, and £ruthful servant. ocrats have always felt that they had that il his legacy to the people who once i~eayn~0~{d'n·~n:etRi~~ublicans figured ~::O:~~av1: ~::d.:: ~:~1:r!~~ i~!h~ (ighly lhird (oagreSS-AU of w ch proves the complete they damn please. 1 (Continued from Page 1) :~~~?J~~t~:c\v~~t b~!h i!t:fi~~s !~af~:t No such happiness, unhappily, for them. !zlg our e~emies i~ the ~ar-off Pacific or in the State_ Department in ~ash· mob violence. g N~ playboy future~ for the~ ~r for the~r mgton, will long linger m the memory of real Amencans who heard It. When the "anti-lynching" bill was children. _one s_ces the reahzahon of theu Otherwise, it was the usual struggle for power betw~en two factions before Congress in 1948 we were tern- trouble, _m theu solemn fa~es - on the both of whom were more concerned in procedures to wm vot es than in pora~ily li;ng ~ Chicago£ w~e~e tmob ~~e~ar~~ ::em:no:~a~i::~e~~ac~e a:~~~~ ~a~~~es to keep intact the individual political ideologies of a mighty ~inU: ::t~ ave een per ec e 0 a uied to be. Not the smiles and laughter. .They spent hours of time and used reams of paper in shaping a plank We wrote a l8tter to one of the Harry Truman may wash all that out which would dictate to American business executives what color tbe skin proponents of the bill in the Congress of his hair. He may eo along, cracking of their employes should be but failed to warn of the deadly menace of and asked him some pertinent ques- his jokes, chuckling over them, enjoying the United Nations to tbe securtty, sovereignty and the continued existence tions about the measure and, although hi& whisky and his poker games with that of the United States .as an independent Republic. ::v:~o~s;:r ~:~~~;:~·h~~!:~~~=~S:~ :!: ~:: ~~~~:.n B~d~~:!~nc~v:n:oKr:~ . There are several schools of tho_ught on the subject of Gener~l Dwig~t answer yet. We have 8 copy of that bon oi national homage to litick in his coat D. Eisenhower, nan~ed by the Republicans to contest for the presidency 1n letter dated April 10, 1948, before a& Washington and Lineoln and Woodrow the November election. us and this is what we ~rote: Wilson had. . '!here are obvio~sly millions of honest, thoughtful citizens who con .. few"~::J.~ ~~~~ ~v;~cs~~e~~i'o~ During the Democratic National ~~ :~~h~h~ebde:;.~~~~~!~':n~~~on to break the strangle-hold of the Fail' ~~eJ~~~s);,":"~fs ~~a~~!r::~u~:~em::~~~ &oen~~~~f: ~nilf~i~:n~vqeu~~~~c~;::~: They conscientiously believe, also, that he will measure up to the to be for a gang of underworld char- current "prosperity" but we also pro- tenets of fait~ of the party whose standard he will bear in the battle for acters to either plant a bomb under phesy that not a chirp will be beard ballots m November. his doorstep or take him for a ride and about the almost $300,000,000,000 in· There are likewise many millions of equally sincer e, earnest and rub htm out wtth a sawed-off shotgun. debtedness agamst this prospenty nor alarmed Amencans who are convinced that be will be the victim of the "Also, I have read of several fatal the more . than 100,000 dead or miSS· same sinister forces of World Socialists who have stage-managed the last :~~~~ie~n~~:'J,l':g~r!~~er.t~~~~d.;'!. ~~~=~t~nb~~~~~s.:~thave been ~~~c~:~o0~~:::::;;~~tif~':" ~0~hfw~~~~ ~."fr~d our domestic and foreign tim~. in with a club. . . . • ment constitutes mob violence by any Their basis for this belief lies in the undeniable fa ct that his candi· I am ju~t wondermg tf this type definition that can be a lied to that dacy for the. nommahon was supported by many New Deal Republicans, ~~o~~";'~~·:.~sk \~ ~~i~~l~~·~o~:"~~; term. PP ~~~~o~:;~s~P ~ot~~~::f:tri:~r~~~j,,;=~~wing newspapers and rag-tag f~J=~·s a;:~;;~~~\~:t~:~~~~~ft ;~i~~ guy"~~~·~~ .. ·~~~ t~l~:n ~~t ~t;o~~ . In brief, they fear that the power!~! international coterie of anti· take to have enacted. a bomb had his brains spattered with Amencan World Planners now have control of two major political partie& ur. am just a plain. American citi- a mach'ine gun or been conked into m this country, mstead of one. 2en ~v1tb average mtellige~ce and per- eternity with a blackjack is just as Too, there are countless others who like us are committed to ne ·the:r ception. and know ve:; little of .the dead as _one who dangles from a rope view~oint and who only hope that if the' Generai is elected in Nover:.ber ~~:;~~~~hi~~ ~!'~;!~fsn ~~a P~litic~ on the limb of a tree. he wm prove t? the American people that he possesses the patriotism and h f p. l tbg . b~d "So I would deeply appreciate political mwgnty to overcome the handicap which he suffers because of f~t.~ ~: :.:;~li~J":;"~e 0 [ ... ~art" of it if you will advise me if .these types ~~~e~sth:h~r~~:=·~r·l~ ~bo backed him, justify the implicit faith of the this paragraph for about the only of "lynchrngs" are to be mcluded in lenge such as has face~ ;ewt':n~~ !"f::rd:.nd _cou~a~e~s~ me~t tt ~!­thing we are completely familiar the proposed measure and, if not, will public. rna pac e s ry o . e eo with is the. tricky. m.anner In which Y.ou k~dly ex~lam the nuance.s and Meantime, from the hearts of American atriots who rna feel tha' double-dealtng polthctans perform) fme pomts of JUStice mvolved m the they are left without a presidential candidate ~ t y b ld "To . my simple, uncomplicated P;"sslng of Federal legislati~n de· up to a merciful God who tempers the wind t~r~~~ s~~~~e';!,;b oror ;~ mind, thiS method of murder m which stgned to pumsh mob violenc~ m Tex- Etghty-Th~rd Congress of strong and invincible members who Will safe ard s~veral gang up on the~ helpl~s VIC- as~ shru;,?\\e say, and condonmg It m American sovereignty and the Constitution from enemies on all fron~who tim and take the law mto !herr own Iillnols. · . . may seek to submerge the United States in the wave of International Social· hands and mete out supreme purush· We are shllwaihng for an answer. ism threatening to engulf the world. A of G some ment large chari such versi in tht ed S! N ever gress .. to let is goi phila grOU! D it wa tions, inch July-August, 1952 THI! SOUTHERN CCNSERVATIVE Pago 3 Americans Entitled To Know If Foundations Are Engaging in Subversive Activities Democrats' Sell-Out at 1936 Convention Now Bounces Back Like A Rubber Check A resolution by Representative Cox seek to destroy the American govern- Fair Dealers don' t need the South •------ - ~!m~e~~!a a~a~.,it~;·~~r b~e cao;::i~~~ ~:n~o~~~~e~~~! ~~~~~~7i~ngrant from :~!c~~;g:%c~~d~~,~·rt~o }~~~,~~;i~~ail~ II S~ems That So.me New menl of a committee to investigate ll was also charged that Hans Eis· Zr~~:~ml~io~~ Amencans for · Demo· MeXICO People L1ke Us larg~ tax-exempt .Phiianthr~plc an.d Ier, brother of the notorious Russian Biddle is another one of those Needless to say, we are very grate­ch~ ntable Fo~ndatwns t~ disco~er If spy who was allowed to escape this politically degenerate sons of a good ful ~or a~y _commendation _from New :~~~c~011,~f~~.h~~~Aa;~r~cs~~g a\~~1r5~~~ country and return .to. his Communist ~~~il:n~~~~~~s!a~l~~el~f1th~~"It:oca~u~r ~~x~~u~~nc~e~~~e::tf~0011~'I{~31°11S~a~! ~ersiv~ activities or ~o~ purposes n?t ;:~:~~,'0:a~~:~:~~~~~;~~~~:;t~~~~O ford to d\\~ell in P.oli.tiCal slums and pai ~:~~~ d~~~\~o~i~~e 0~~~d~nina \~\~:~; :~~ m the mterest of trachtwn of the Umt- g around with SocJ.ahst bums and help produced in tghe paper la st month. ed States." Owen Lattimore was pictured as pla!l the destructwn of th~ s~s !em .by . . No more important proposal has the ~os~ su~c:~sful operator in . the ~;~~~uth=ff~~fao~\i~ ~~~t~~;i~wnaire cityF~~~l:~;i~l~si;::~, ~a~~/~t~~~c~~~~~ ever ~een ~ad~ ~n the floor. of Con- ;~~ntt~~ 1;u;~~~~~n~/~:;~-\~~~~~:t;1:~ One of his pet activities is ADA, have received the following lift: ~~~:~ ~~e 0~~;;ii~~~n;e~hp~: i~I~n e~;~:~ subversive movements. :~a a~rke1~ti~~ ;~o~a~~~!~ic:~~ :~~ you~F~?~~tth:d~~~~l a~t·~h~lat~~~~~ ~~~~~ is going on in the name of charity and The Julius Rosenwald Foundation not quite red enough to be outright Congenative, a great oak has gro'' n. philantrophy by these heavily financed was shown as having been instrument- Communists. It \Vas set up by Eleanor Its wide -spr~ading ~r~nches gi\'e shade groups. :!~~0sti:·~i.~g ~p class and racial dis- ~~o~~:el~u~~~sZt~~rk~~~~~~vg t~~~~~~~~~ =~~o~~~te1~h~~et~~~~h~i~~0'~;~oef;!;~;~ During the discussion in the House, n 1 ug lOut the South. D, Roosevelt's Marxian policies of ever sent down to destroy a people. it was pointed out that these Founda· We hope that this matter is pur- government in effect. :ro be chosen as the archite.ct for this ~ions, in some cases, ~r~ international s~ed vig~rous.ly and that these founda- Sine~ the. beginning of a two-party g~:o:~a;e;~~~1~'1/~~~s~~. fr~ej~<i1 ;1 1~,:~~·~ m. character, sp~nd btlh~I~? of doll ar.s tions which, ~ ~ some cases have been system m thts country, the ~o~th was thousands of your readers in askiJlg \~Ithout any SOil of offic.Jal su.pervi- headed by traitors to this country, a nd the backbon~ of the Democratic Party divine guidance of the One ,,ho gave ~wna~nd have .!lever bee~ mvestigated which in many instances have financed and. no c~ n d tdate could hope for nomt- you this master mind and the supreme y Y authoiized agency. programs detrimental to the interests nation without Southern support. courag_e to carry out the didatcs of It was brought out that one or an- of the United States will be exposed Thrs was true until 1936 when this mmd." ~~~era~~e~~~cFo~~::~io~~e~~s l~~a:S~~~ and subj~cted to th~. pe~1alties w~ich !~:~~iJn~~e d~~g::esc~~1~~e~~~ S~~\~1 1---, ------- Hughes, since 1931 and that in spite have ah,ays been m!hcted agamst Franklin D. Roosevelt to city-slick SubverSIVe Speakers Talk ~~m~un7s~"}~~~~h~;.g~~z!~i~~~~~r~~ ~~~~eei;·~~,.~v~~~n~~~:.inst the interests ;~~;ini~1~m~~=~~~n;~1!d;S:te~vt~;~~;~ In A Fori Worth Church ---------~,-------------. which they held the balance of power . The Institute of International RPiations, Just To Keep The Record Straight Any One Who Does Not Resent sun~: :here~~~n~~t~~n n~t h~~J~~g t~ ~~:~:d~t~:r~~~n~:~~~u:; h~~~ ;\~:~i~~~; Exorbitant Taxes Is Abnormal ~·~::~~tb~~i~'~d t~!s~~~Fer~~~~c~~~,~~~~ ~~o~:h !:~~:s i:~aunng:1 ~~t1h ~~su~~~w~t q~;~:! Oecassiona\ly, when some mO\' ie star·s a princ~ple of governmnt and a Fair o( speakers with subversive record~; canJ~~s0~1~;1n~0~n f~l1:~~to~~;~a~.'h~~n~~~ ~~pularity and publici.ty begin to w;me . tht') ~~!lde~~r~cr~:~~ l~~ml\ehepl~it~~reo!e fl~~- liol;~a~~ t~~a;ro:po~~·e ~:~ng n~~~.:~t' ~~·n·~~.~~~ Act was in teak. out With lhc JdlotJc statement. that sult by reminding them that they are chu ·ches and religious and educaliun01l I f-~~~~~~~~ rna~; ~~~~s;a~e:~~/:avtt~~e::~~~~;/i~o;~;~:i~ no longer needed. groups as their records become known. of those who are now out on the bust- ~ege to contnbute their share toward heJp. ~n0~~· ~~r ~¥~. b!e~~o'~~;,;~gt~~s~el~~~ ~~;hbockward co untries and a lot or otheo Freedom Of Speech And The Press ~a~~~d ;;;e~mt~n s~fta:~h~rs ~:to~etoed likeor--~~;~·:nt!,.~~::~~;t ~:,:'~::: ~~;: Is Target Of Bill By New Yorker Cha~:o~f ~hee!e ~v:~i~~~;aat~[sg~~~!~ :et~~: ~~P:all!~g r;!~~;~:~; 1t~eth;;:~~:;~~ O~e of the m?st vicious measure~ ~~f~ts and fundamental freedoms by of lllinois, Theodore F. Green of w_hose_ rays are bemg beamed in another ever. mtroduced 111 any modern l~w- · Rhode Island, Hubert Humphrey of dtrectJOn. _ makmg body was llouse ResolutiOn This nefarious legislative propo!'al Minnesota, Estes ~efauver of Tenn~s- Of course we don't mind paying our in- 7717, by Representative Javitts ~f New is .a product of lhe sinist~r Intern~t!on­see, Harley M. Kilgore of West Vtr- come tax either- that is we don 't mind it York, whose staled purpose IS "to ahst fo_rces , both domeshc a.nd foi e J ~ n, ginia. Herbert Lehman of New York any worse than having an eye-tooth pulled. make unlawful the transportation or who bitterly 0PJ?OSe Ame~·Jcan re~t st-and Jame~_E. Mur~ay of Montana. While our tax is but a fly speck be- importation of. false and defam.atory :~~e \~~~r~~~fd ~~:~t~cyn~~~~)~~~.~g,~~ Incred~ble as I~ see~s, these f!l€ 11 side a mountain in comparison to that of statements designed to arouse mler· and clique in the . world from u~ m ea r-voted aga 1 ~st a bill which made It a movie stars, nevertheless when the· lime group conflict." ing" except Christian American pa- ~:~y~~~ tofl~i~e ~~~ s~~~~::;~~e~te ee~: aro\m~e~~r 0~~ ~:i:n!~du~\:c;pe l:t:·:~~:~ While the measure was introduced triots. my; barring Comm u m~ts from JObs..,n than Johnny Ray. by the New York Congressman, he was When Congr~ss re-cot~ven~~. ~t- ~~em~~~~~1t~~~~ ~~~~~filf;~g;:~u~~ VIe bend over backward in our r:e~l~· serv;ng as t~e lack~y ~f ~~~l- ~~~~\~~~~ih:~s i~:si~~~~oe;i~;lc ~)~~n~\~1! ist organizations to register with the return and are meticulous in e. a wns orces w 0 are ac 0 . e of the United ~tates do not readily attorney general. eve_ry ~ime, if a~y, we rcce~vc, our bill and who have. be.en hammermg surrender and give up. Thes.e~en have p~t themselves on ~:~~i~: 11s0n;:n:;iS:~~=d t!Y ~~~ft~m~t~~~-~:c~~ ~~va~v:~n~:n;:~~:~~~~~~~n:~e p;~::~:s The passag~ of.this.bill , or anything ~·~~~·~ll~~iaanc~~~ n~~~~~ r%:~~:~r ~~'~; of backward rountries. in ~945 when the United Stales Senal~ ~emt~t-~ly Jl~esefm~ltn~ It w~u~~ he .'he ~ountry and ~heir argUJ~ents and pleas We .do. it because we arc afraid not committ~d us to participation in this a:~ fre~~omo of rsepeee~~. ~he p~i::~::: ~~ the conu~g car:'patgn should be to, that s ''hy. ,absurd ftasco. heritage of Americans from the fo und-given no consideral,\on whatever. The bill also has lhe- support of or- in~ fathers and in which event, we This may sound like nagging, and No More HamburgerS for ganiza~~ns in this co~nt'/ "to~ mis- ~~~~~a~s ~:~~~~ih~ra;:,~~as:n~ c~~;;,~~'tli{ it is. sian IS e smeanng o p~ n? IC. men- as our national anthem: . We want to know again why no- Buckingham Palace Menu ;~~:r~l';~n~:r~,;'~.~~"~r"l'i~~:~t~~n~vho: "Rack up the balls, boys, ;~:~~ ~:~h~e~~~~~:en~~~~!r~~eB~~cf;;~ A dispatch from London anno~nces that ar.e so powerful thal investig~ting com- Put a\\iay the cues, and about the case of the spy Judith Ql~een Elizabe t_h l"las been voted a pay nnttees of Congress are afratd lo label Old Joe Stalin's on our tra il, Coplan. ratse and she will now get $1,330,000 to take them with the lag o( subver sion which And he ain't goin' to lose." 1t is our under standing that Bridges care ~( ~er e~penses for a year. they so richly deser ve. is going strong out on t he P acific Thts 18 qoJte a boost over t_he amount Attempting to ride roughshod over There are many Americans who Jo.in- Coast wh~re. he is stirri~g .UP troubl~ ~;o:~: ~:~ !~t~~;u~~~e 1:~:n Kl;:d ~;or~: Article I of our Bill o[ Rights which cerely fear that Harry S. Truman m:~y among sh1ppmg compam~s 10 the m~t k d t nl $lg148 000 Y provides that Congress shall make no self-start another "emergeney·• between now ter of th ~ . tra~sp.?{tation of supplies rna e en s mee on ° Y ' ' · law abridging the r ight of free speech and No"ember in order to keep his p:~rty to our sol 1er s m area. B~ exercising the thrift for which the or of the press, the. Stalinists w~o in power for another four years. we would-is li~~g a{~~ ~~~ ~~:~~~n~~ a;~f~~~ ~;g~~s1: ~~e ;;~:d~~~e!;~;:~~n~u;:; ~:;u.~: ~'~~~{~ht:~~~~)~ti~~ ~~~ :~~~r~~:err~~~ n't put it past him but i~ would se_en~. like American women whom she sought to the next even U she mdulgcs in a top 51r- interf~res with th~ national policy of he must have run out .of ~mer_genc1es and sell into Communist slavery. loin now and then. fostenng the enJOyment of human not have any more tncks m hts bag. Page 4 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE July-August, 1952 , The Southern Consenati\'e Rumanian Female Ogre A monthly publication of editonal opt.mon with national circuLation. Is Reported Deposed It is reported that Ana Pauker, Com· UNESCO-THE GREATEST DANGER TO AMERICA'S YOUTH ld• M. O~rden, Editor munist leader of Rumania since 1945, and Edltori•l Offices Flatiron Bulldlnt perhaps the most repulsh·e character of By Li llian Moore Roberts Port Worth, Teut Phone FA-2089 either sex in human history, has been de· (Originally published and distributed by the Freedom ----------I posed. Club of the First Congregational Church, los Angeles) Price $5.00 Per Year _:1~~ t!IJ:O :!'!'F~~nyu~=~~ ~~~~.tub This shameless and depraved !emale ------------------­climbed to power in a satellite. state over Editor's Note: We do not know who Lillian Moore Roberts is. We only the crushed and m_angled ~odJes of ~cr know that she has made the clearest, most forcefu l and unanswerable argu .. countrymen who ~esJsted SovJet aggression ment against the adoption by the Senate Of UNESCO since this evil offshoot ~nd d e~en ~os~ed h m ~h~ hea~t 0~ ~cr hus- of the Untied Nations was first thrust on the American people. Her discussion ,....--A-hol-plo_n_••-,.-,,w-c-on-dn-.ft-w-ith-th-o-wh-td-. b:~s inoR~~~nia. cr JO as a ns straw ~~~~:o;~~~~~~~ ~~ ~~~~g~~~~~s:~~J\~.t~! :~~~e~~~ i~;~~~~~t ~~a~~; but it tokes an eagle to u, •11.~st the mum. Knowing the devious and diabolic man- member of that great body, who will be called on to approve this conspiracy hnt wltho ... t co-t t. t~~•Mbe" •f c.-,,.. .. meonbt" of Slote l.egl1iohlffl, Gov•rno"- , o nd othltp ... blicofftciolf. :==========:I ~:;rei~r:~~!Y t~; t~~=~~:u:~~dw~:e~~~:~ ~~~~~tr~~:~~c:e~.youth, read carefully Lillian Moore Roberts' article as that the announcement of Paukcr's down- ------------------­fall is another Soviet stall and that she is The Tenth Amendment To The Constitution of The United States: ;,;r~~. being groomed for a more power- Unil~~--~~~~n~~ :::tr::~n~o~::f:~t:~lit~e ::::leo~:~.ig!o:d a;! ~.:;~si~~ t~e~: ::~~ g,~ifgitE:::;;s f,::h~~ff~l~~,.~~~ !:J. we have some near counterparts or ing the forced uniformity of mankind :;·~~:rs 0~n~~~;~!~. a~~ec~:'."~~i~g •: 3erved to the States res~ctivel11, 01' to Pauker in this country but they have not UNESCO ts unseen, deadly, and everywhere. true of the people of the United States. the peop1e. been deposed. Among the dangers that confront freemen Every loyal American believes that he re- =========::'1-----------ltoday, UNESCO is unique because: sists Communism, and yet an astounding 0 U R AMERICA Columbia Communist Fronfer . u is so v_ast _in its aims, channels of oper- ~~:~i~~~~r !~;s~:~%~~:r~:;r~ a~s: u:~ :~·:,~; ::~~att~;s,coa;~u~~~:l~~~; t~ro~~ their Ji ves. y By Dr. Ruth Alexander Makes Germ Warfare Charge which the thinking of mankind is influ- Comportmontal Thinking Dangerous: (From New York Sunday Mirror We have been waiting to see what ence~; Its method of atta~king freedom is One reason for this is that the human mind July 6, 1952) =~~~~~twt~~ldfeb~a\~k~~~~~~=s~~f:~;. :~o:~ffau:;dot~:~ P~:!:~:~:;~a~:za~~~~e~~ has a habit of putting things into mental THE EYES of the world are on sity professor who openly charged that gravest danger to freem~n. Including all compartments. One of these menta~ com· Texas. It is even possible that the ~~~f~~~n~~i~~twt~g;n~J~~;:r~o~~g~~~ ~!a~~;.~~a~en~~g:~h:hba~~~~. ~:dt~ni~.':; ~h::::':h~:~dofwc:::.:;fa:: ~~::.;~ fate of the world lies deep m ~he reans. Natio~s· agencies, sub-agencies, affiliated ists. We think of them as enslaved people in !:~r\~! ~~;~·te:~:::b~~:~vsd:~:~: ~his charge was made in_ an in- :~~n~~~·m~~~oe~~=~~~ei~ t~~n~~=t"~C: far-awa~ ~ountries,_ the original ~olshev~ tion problem will be decided. But as terv1ew by a Dr. Gene yYeltflsh,. an· wilder.ing organization ever conceived. revoluhon~sts, Stah~ ~nd the Politburo m ~?," P~~~i~~ •g~~rd'a~~s u~' a ·:r~~l~:~~ ~~~~f~~~'sho~m~~~f'b~o~~~~ ~it~ . UNEsco (United Nations .Ed~eational, ~::.:e;::~~ 1 :: ~~~:i:;:~a~i:~:eo~:'~ r.,h~i~ ~:~v:~~~t~y :;tndivided loyalty :o l~~fic~~b~"o":!~~;:~f'?~v:~fi~a~:~~ ~;:~~~;~d ":~e~~~'':;1 ~~:g~;:~~~:~ '!n~ ~orld .. the Communist spies who are caught y. agencies, and was carried in leading Soc1al Council wh1ch, m turn, operates un- m espiOnage, and the Commumst members Both Republican conte~tants are daily newspapers on June 7th. She was der_ the Assembly o_f the United Nations who are known to be operating in the bu dlf_fer quoted tn these dispatches as assert- whteh, in turn, l~etions under the Charter United States. ~nt~n~~h~ft~ii~:d.which our salvation ;~,~~ ~~~er c~~~:lcl J~~cd~~:,:t~tf~: .. ~vitness ;:d~~e ~~:-it::~a~~:St~~:~:~ i~nt~:b:;:u~~ Scientists Are Poor Statesmen. Dod<~n, , l~l any case, delega~es to both_ Re· . Remembering h?w patriotic Amer- ;r:~~g;1:! !; ;:e ~~~eea~y;::es~ow the su- ~0°;;a:t~=11~0~~~~:s ~~:t;:~e~!u~u~c~~:!;~ publican and Democratic ~onventwns ICans have been mdicted, smeared edged intellectual giants such as Einstein, face "the gravest ~esponsibility ever and hounded by Fair Deal authorities Hea~quarters in Europ~: ~ESCO_'S Thomas 1\lann, Linus Pauling and others, entrusted ~o authonzed spokesmen of for no more reason than that they wo~ld·wt~e head_quarters IS 10 ~ar~s- who are cited as Communist Sympathizers ~~= ~~~~~~~~,~e~;i\~i:nt~~c~i~~~~fl }~ ~~~~~!gul~r~iv~o thl~~~~~!~!~~in~n;~~ ~~h~~~t~n.A;~g~a~d h~a~;~:;e;~e ~~- ~ ~e t;:n'~~d::;:~:~ :~~i~!~s ~:7:!~~eoe~ the 41Southern Conservatlve'' of Fort gr~ms, w_e confidently expected that Natlon.al_ Co~nm1sston for ~NESCO. This of Communism but then we don't under· \Vorth, Texas. this Stalin ally would be arrested ~~mml!'ston_ 1s made u~ of_ SIXty representa- stand how they can work out the theory of t~~itenii~~ ~~3~~1S~'ebh\n thetinflag ~o:a:~e~~ot~ebi~~i~~~ti.ng else has been ~~c~s ~~~:~~~c~:l ;~~~~~za~~:~! ~=P!~~~e:~: ~~i:eit:~~!::us~:!c::~eo!~~:~_n;ov~e~~::~ ., • S e con ues . , . , From thiS CommiSSIOn UNESCO'S program . · · . ~~~:~~~:!~b~h~t~:z.~:~~~:~nf£~1~~~ :rt~~~~:~~:li~1rs~r~ of~r1~:!~~; :~;~;~"~;~: ~:~.n~:~:~s. c~:,~~;!~:~ ~~~~~~:::.~f~~e::~:£~~~~=!~':i~ selecte~ as sta~dard bearers of their charge ~nd make the counter·charge ::ac:ayno: a:d1 cy~:: c~~;:;e:h;;on~ :~er; Muddl ed, Funy Thinki ng: Yet another r~spechve p~rties are not _bo~nd by tha~ she IS a m~nace and danger to our dirc.ction-from philanthropical societies, of our mental compartments holds the so :~e;se 0,~h~r~~1!~dceon~~i~u~e~~r~t;~~ n~~ ~~h~~~r:e~~1~1\Y.i:nd r~long~ in I_{ us- churches, rad~o. telcvi~ion,. theatre, news- called "progressive ~n? extreme lib~r.als" tion's betrayal." originated. y g_ c axm s e voices ;:::;~· ~~;:::~i~n~0~~~7c P~::;:; ~c:voe:1~: :~h;o~:~ui: 0~~eF:~Jr:;1~o:!r:!:e~~~::; It is ~orrect to blan:e the party Regardless of our contempt for mcnt agencies, etc. system of education, in our philanthro~ical prese~Uy m powe_r for this "betraya~" some of our n_ational leaders we know, . There _is no possible way to give or to institutions, and in the Unite~ ~atlons. only Ill a . negative sense. That IS as an American, that this country gam a qmck knowledge of this octopus-like Included ameng these are the Soc1alist_s ~d the Republicans have been spectators does not engage in bacteriological organization of Ul\"ESCO with tts thousands all of the other varieties of coll_ecbvistS­rather than participa,nts in govern- \~a~~are or any other inhuman and un- of publications, areas of operation and This is ..,he compartment with wh1ch mo_st ~ent _for 20 years of Communist in- ~IVIlized practice tO\vard its enemies. channels of propaganda. It is too vast and of us grapple daily, because the persons 10 filtration. But few raised their voice m war or in peace. unwieldy to be summarized with briefness this compartment affect our lives day bY ~~/§~!e~ic~:f~;"~h~:~e~~~~e~e~~~ We ha 1 ve held our nose and read ~;n~~~ri!~ds~is~:.;;~~~ ~n:•::"!s::d~~ ~:·w:~~ :~~e!c~o::~:';;;~:gp:::o~:~:~~- being validated, 'but who suffered passag~s b ro~ so~e of the Weltfish must be yours. But there is a guide, a simple inconsistent day by day-one thing theY smears from his own party "Liberals" ~~~~i~ 00 s a~ have be~n amazed gui?e, which will carry you safely and un- do will seem good, another bad, another as well as from the Democrats. allo,~·ed ~~~s~~:o~~~d c~:rtin~!r!~n~~ ~~~Jo, ::~~ e:,~:.:oi:a~; th~:Ui~! ~~:~~ ::nar:::~he~/~~ n::~ s:ec::~ J So~1~ of the acc u_m ul~ted evils, and tde~logtcal Vle\ys to de~ent _young is the purpose of this paper. what they are for 0~ against, since we can· \~hfcdhd~~~~t ~e ~:~~oc~e~n b~~~yp~~~~1: people m an Amencan Umverstty. UNESCO Thrivu on Confusion: We not !is~ov~ exactly ~t it di•t!a~:: den~ "motivat~d by undivided loyalty of both parties "in favor of the old Americans are confus~ about the nature of :;aim:O':Jbl: f:~co:;,.p to ih:~ or act con· to his country are: worh:~_policy of concentrating all the whole da.oger wb1ch surrounds us to- sistently. Elimination of a "domestic corru _ power ' 1d authority in a centralized ?ay. We don t s~em really to know what . Uon unsurpassed since th lit" P 1 body composed of a small group of 1t_ is or where it 11. No two Americans will Real Aim Uniformity a~d Med•ocrltyf fniquit~ which br?,ught abo~t ~~e ~~~~ men." . !~~ e~~~ 0~h:;a::n::rs:erdu~\~e:.;~ l:!~ ~r!7:ginaae:~ :~ ~o:,:e::~~~:e;~e~ Of ancient Rome. The taxmg p'ower of Congress has fus10n about it, because what we dOD't un- striving for exactly the same goal, we will A r e-evaluation o! the powers of been "employed t~ punish the ene~es derstand w~ cannot fighl Through Jack of remain impotent both individually and. aJ :~u~~e~~~v~:d!:v:;v~~~~:~:e mag- ~n~atl~:ar~~e r~en~:ct?;~~~~dmJ:'~ ::.:;;.~~di':.t w~e ar~ea:ve~ ;.~is:~ T~: :h:;~~n~;;:i s1 ~g::d:::lm !=.:! ~=~ wealth according to Karl Marx' theory, churches are a tragic example of this Al- formity While we fight the obvious evi~ this AR~~~u;~ct~~~:~ot~;j~:~~~~ :~~~ ~~~~~~~o~~~~~ghi;0 n:d;b~~!: ~:s.t ::;~i::~:r~n h~=e~;rl:h:o~d ct:. ~:re~:·d~~a:!l;~ee::!c:'~! :f ~= havabeenabolishedby"liberar'wings gardless of the merits of either. siders Communism the gr~ at present (Continued on Pag• 5) pot ion :~.·ry· l<:y as gis ates. mg UD· of mind ental _Ju~IY_·A_u~gu_st_,_19_S2 _______~ ~----------~TH~E~SO=U~T~HE=R~NC_O_N_SE_R_V_AT_I_VE _________~ ----------------P~a~ge~S UNESCO- as the intellectual sees it, it is right, proper. openly to advocate the overthrow of our would inevitably lose our fn.•cdoms, as well and mandato~y that h~ wor~ ceaseless~y tc ~epubiic. An example of this teaching by as our free enterprise system. Thus, over. (Continued !rom Page 4) reduce mankmd to umform1ty, 1mission is tho fact that nowhere in any whelmingly authoritative opinion r('vealJ =~t~::e ~~: ~~~d~::e::' ::e ~~~~an::~ . ~As the Twig is. Bont •• :: This, then, ~::~i~~O wi~ub;~:ti~i:sd ~me~::.:n;,:;~:: ~~~t~h:s ~u~~:;:::c ~~c~a~~;,~:le:!~m:: spread throughout his entire system, what ~serso: g;d:r~~:~:t:~n cl:~~: 1~=~tif:es~:. :~:~;:~;;~~i~~d o;v~:mam!~~~~na~~ ~0~ gree. would happen to :hat man? He would die is to destroy freedom-the guide being th :lOrrors of Russian rule·by-force Siberian In summary we can say that there ~s no of cancer. Just so IS Communism spreading question, ''Will this help to reduce mane .;lave labor, mass murders, assi~nment to ":ay to. simplify UNESCO ~tself.' It ._is .de- ::;~:::~~::':~:~ ::~::;u:::~·:~:: kind to unifo<mity?" UNESCO will become :t:~P~=:~t 0:,~~~i.g;;~ ~~~:iat~~~e~~:~: :;:n~h~~e:uc:f •,r:;:;.e!~:~ ~~ 0~!::~;~•o:f we can clea~ly see, t~e hidden affiliates :,:s~a~:~~::;o w~~:o~:isw::i~:~ets~:;·~:si;~ ;!u~~;s ~= ~in~~il~ha~·h:re h::lt n:~~ w~:~ ~;;::,~::~ed·~:.;~~g ':~:u:~y ~~;~·~ ~~ of Commumsm are ~preadmg unseen which will, without fail, expose the simi· naturally be to leave him in ignorance ough mvcshgatwn. throughout the whole life of America. It larity of purpose of all these doctrines of a that governments differ. He would never But-there is a way to simpli.fy the in- :~s~a:·: =~te;illw~=~ ~:~y c;~stc::ce:~r~~Y~ con~~ed :ociety~ This ~uid: will make it ::~~~ :u:~ :: ::!t~~~se:~e; :~·=~~:::. :~st:!:~~~~~~~N~:~~d~~~0:1.ig1~t ~at~~~~ And it doesn't matter what you call these ~er e Y. c ear w Y ~nm, t e fou~der o! therefore, he would make no objection when like the common sense method that we eoncepts._ U their _pra~tices ac~or~ with ei~~~~:~~·a,::~~l ~~,?.~v~e u: ~!~sh~::~ :::. these freedo~s were denied hiOl. He would ~aily u~e in the kitchen to detect food that Commurusm they will kill Amenca JUSt as ever," and then why UJI.'ESCO says, ''The ~:ci:e obedtent servant of a controlled IS not fit. for co.nsumptio~. If we see a piece surely. kindergarten or infant school has a signifi· y. • _ ~ m~at 1~ the Icebox whtch shows a spot of The Crucible of Human Reduction: Karl cant part to ~lay in the child's education. . _Concealment by Volume: UNESCO will d sco ~ra ~o:h we pr~ll_lptly throw it o~t. We Marx, Lenin, Stalin, Communist leaders and Not only can 1t correct many of the errors \\l'llc thousands of innocent words in order -t ~ ~ e ~e: 10 order to pro"e that tnembers, intellectuals, Communists sym- of home training, but it can also prepare to implant one distorted concept. This meth- 1 f w ~1 ed us SlC '.nor do we put the. piec.o pathizers, "progressiv'es and extreme Iiber· the child for membership, at about the age od haM the enormous advantages of dis· ~-t m~a b~tn cr a I_lltcroscope and analyze It als, Socialists and other collectivists, each of seven, in a group of his own age and couraging investigation because the inves· ki e ~h·I e. We s~m:ly t~ce t~e rotten spot. :::ic~:e;:is\:".n:ful:~;:e ~::~~0 •;e~u!~ ~i~~::;;;~~eth1~;'~e0~~:,n~c~:~:e s;i~\,'~:; :~g:~":c~~:'u::::t~;~~g~i:~:::~:::.r:~~:~ p~e:: is •:.,:ste~~ ~~d·~:,;~: :t ~u:~• wholo mankind to uniformity, morally, mentally, to membership in the world society." This inclining the reader to accept the distor- So-The indications which we took for and materially. It is beside the point wheth· q:uide will make it perfectly clear why Wil- tions along with the truth. in UNESCO are: ::Y t~~e~~:it0:e~:~ ;~;;maur~is~~~~~~~s::. ~~:m~~li:~o~:;ty i7:r~:eer~ca~e::id~r •. ~~~; we T!~~~t ar:a~w~n:::~~~o!~id:Jo!~~e:~~:h uni~!~it~~is help to nduce mankind to ~~~~~::s~h:: ~~'! n::v~~ :::: ~~::~:~ ~a:~.:~r:~u~1~5~~~~e{r~:\:~h;l:~x~::t~~:~ These are: What vital truth does UNESCO not tell? question. It is beside the point whether point," and t~en why o_ne of UNESC_O's two Communist Sympathizers In UNESCO: What distortions o£ truth lie buried deep they act as they do through malicious de· major goals ts the rev1sion or rewnting of Now it is certainly clear that Communists in clouds of verbiage? ~~~nc:~t:!"!ti::id~~;.al~~t i~:~le~t:t~~r a~ ~d t:~t~:: ~; ~~~o~:::~::~ ;:;::~ and Com~unist sympathizers do not join Are t_here any k.nown Communists ancl the act itself and the results it will produce, Is a world history of mankind written by and work m organizations for the purpose Commumst sympathn:ers in UNESCO? and an act has no will of its own; therefore, four militant atheists. of destroying Communism. They join and Does UNESCO endorse any subversivt an .act cannot di~ti~guis~ between the sin· Gen•rous Instincts Betrayed: If you work i~ organizatio~s for th& purpose of actions? ::~t~~~~it:~~- ~"!I_:::1~cts0~ ~:~hp:r;~; :u::s~~~ a~.~~~~t t~~ ~:~Pa:~~~:r ::~~: ~::m~:1:i!ts c::dm~:::un:~e:;m;:th==~ Ev;~·~~u~: ~~;e~:~~·::· ;:~~:!tho{ ~h: ~at. his a~~·b~ c~ne! to tlletr~~c~ co~- to unifo;mity," you will never lose your way we can reasonably expect to find Commun· inherent responsibility to pass on to the :o~~~~. w~at r:ano ;s :~:k:.~ to ad~a:: i-? investigating Ul'iESCO, the Unit~d N~- ism. Jn an infected organization there need n_e~t generation the God ~iven fr~edoms Communism whether he knows it or not. t1_ons, our own Federal Governments poll- be only a few such persons because they v.:htch w~re passed on to him by his. for&o tr7,~m~: :r"~:::~~~:~~~:,,:~ same-the ~=:~s:c~~:~,.~~;';~~~~;:~,;r o:n:!~~~~n ·~.~ ace usually found occupying the positions :~t~e~:, ~e:~~:i~~~· :;\~::~e~:~e :~~·~ wishful thinking. Do not permit yourself to which wield the greatest influence over that stand it and who eant the right to enjoy <""'----- "Wolves in Sheep's Clothing": Another be duped by beautiful words such as "broth- organization. A good part o[ the UNESCO it. lf our children arc to understand h-ee-o ~ tba1 ~ta in tAa ~ean mind to ~hood" and "peace" and "democratic" and Constitution was written by Archibald Mac- dom they must be given truth, and on11 po~n;::o:tt_ti;~iso:s ~~;:~~~7y ~:o~!~e~: -~~::i~~:~. o:n~h?,s:l~~~d;;t;n:f '!l::~~:~~.~n L~~ Leish: a man ~i~e-d eight ti;es by the Un- ~rou~h~an0~~;er;:,:o c~h:~e~~i:e s~~in:e h~~~:J ~i~~; [)pi cal 1\ions, sand ivists most ms1n ~y bY jeause seern' theY I other Jon, lecidt !caB· tbeY nakeJ !con· ~rityl ever! ntsiJ e will nd al which ouni· ;evil. 1 maD tfcan· ~ in a Communist in a dinner jacket. Many no ingratiating personality or intellectually A~en~an Achvthes Committee. Mr. llac- down to and intimidated by all the pcsudo­Americans do not recognize these "Marxist superior manner sway you-remember, AI· Leish ts at the moment a Member at Large intellectual educators, the moderns, pro­advocates" because of the obvious intelli- g:er Hiss was possessed of both. A person of the U. S. National Commission for gressives, and liberals who tell you that gence of the individual worker and his com· thus armed with knowledge and possessed UI\""ESCO. One of the organization represen· only they arc trained to teach your child fort, ble position in life. We say, ''He's too of the courage to apply this knowledge re- tatives on this same U. S. Commission is Dr. and that you should have no voice in the smart to be a Communist," and then pro· ,gardless of intimidation or camouflage, is Hai-low Shapley who is reported by the matter. Do not permit your children to be eeed to evolve some other explanation for Communism's greatest enemy and Free· Un-American Activities Committee as hav- robbed of e\'erything that gives life mean­his odd behavior which seems to us more dom's most valuable defender. ing •·a long and notorious record, carefully ing without lifting a hand in their defense. ~~::~":~~:~;:,~0~~~~~~~!~'!~~·~:1:.·i:~l~~:; . Qu~~~;~~.•f Inte~~ationalism: In study- ::::~le~~~s::~:~a~ sd:.~~;,"~~~:;:,,~h~u~:::: ~~:e:.o~~e v;;~~~c~P~;~i~~~~at::~el~if';oc~ ' :~~=P:~bl~el::ve c;h~~~:!~m in~~::e is t~~ ;:etin~s._ s~ea:crs~~o~:h~~~. efc~~foa:~ ~~~~:~!~\~c:~~~~:~ ~~~:1-m~u~~~~~:~:! ~::l:~=~ a~~~ f::~~e~eoa:~~:sil~cot~p~~~~~: highest power that exists. It is for this rea- tf _they .would t~nd to reduce ~an~d to and causes," and as having been supported American principle of "Freedom Under son that they deny God, for they can admit umformJ~y, 1 behev.e that you \\Ill fmd the by individual Communists and listed as a God." :!r n~b~O\::~s~~h~a~~:e!he;;~~::\~!~~ :;~7v~~a;nyc:~e:ian~n:tt~~: ;~S\\~:rs a~o ~hn~ :~~::~t~r17~f !~eth~ov~~:m~:!~n~flnth:lll,~e~~ . Only through such intelligent, deter~ selves chosen to plan ~ and control the lives UNESCO puzzle will then ms~antly come National Commission for UNESCO are cited ~med, co_nsecrat~d e.liorl can you in your ~.~~e.;~~~~ ~~:,:;::r~:~; ~e~~;;;:; ;~~ ~:::;~-;;~~~';;; :~ ~~:~ ~:~;;~;Y ·~m:~i. ~:.s'! .. se~=~~~r~;:in~~iv:~::~ ;t~.':~~~;: ~~d:n:itt~m;o~c~;·~~:~:,"~~ ~~: :;:~~"::; devices since the huge majority of humanity can patt:whsm _(which they call "natwnal- five (75) citations lisled against them. Sev~ daughters of Freedom, livmg and dead: cannot think as clearly as they, the "intel- ~sm::); ~hy does ur'n:sco_present "national· en of this seventeen have the honored title "Faith of our fathers, Holy faith, lectuOJis," can. The slaves and the exeeu- 1s_m as su_~h an _e~Jl thmg; why do they of Doctor before their name. The above fig-tions and the concentration camps and all dJspe~se wit~ rel~gwn; wb~. do the~ _pre- ure does not include the thirteen (13) cita· We will be true to thee 'til death." ~:mt~~ !~;-r:;:e:~h?S:r~:i:n~:al;~=~:~ :~; .. m~er~~~o:~~~ gJ':~ous w::~e:~t;:;;~ ~h0ensn;! A!::~ ~~n~lis~~?s i~h::~;;t~~n~ 1---------­!:'::. m:~~e:~ ;:;~ '!~:h·:us~e:ss:;:d ~~ ::::~~::yt~. ~:~~;u:h~ed~.::~~ :::~;~i~ ~:;0,~n~~:·::~~;:bl:;~i:~~:~ ~~:~~~:~ We Like Polywogs BeHer ;~:e~n~:~:ttya t1:r~: ;:;!e~tb;;th~::!: ~~:h~~S:n;!~eenr~:, :~hm:~~ti~~IJ~r=e~ o~ ~:!!1~=~nl;:;n~w!;;a:;~i:n s:u;::s~l; Jhan Bearded BoleshevikS lty is sure to object, since every individual the child an~ hts teachers;. ~·hy the at- selects, out of a nation of 150 million pee-who has attained an unusual amount of te~p~ to. eradtcate all ~mpetitton from th~ ple, Communists or Communist sympathiz- In an address to tile Sigma Delta Chl something good must give it up, whether childs ltfe both athlehcally and sch_olas~I- ers for its oUicers, the only possible reason meeting in Denver General Dwight D. Eisen· the good is freedom, material comfort., or cally; why ~e la~k of ~ropEIIl"' gro~dmg m for it is that they desire to have such per· bower claimed that fear of RlL!Sia is alt religious beliefs. (All Americans naturally the three R.s ~htch Will ~~tomahcally_ de- sons in these positions of influence. based on "scary talk" and that there is no wo~ld fall into one or more of these cate- ;:Y !~=~l~:e f~~~~:;cility of learmng? Endorsement of Subversive Actions: If cause for alarm. ao:1es, and her~, as elsewhere, an~one who an organization openly advocates any steps "lf we are deserving of the heritage ot ObJected to glvmg up what be has would Guideposts for the Vigilant: Happily, which would result in tile overthrow of our freedom, there 11 no more reason to fear Aaturally. have to be. eliminated in some there are a few other guid~posts which are existing form of government, thit organiza- 190 million backward people, living on the way.) Th1s group believes that only when useful in studying UNESCO. The principal tion is coiUidered aubversive. Now one of Russian continent, aurrounded by captive the world's people submit to being con- methods of operation used by mTESCO are UNESCO's two major goals is to achieve and recalcitrant atates, than there is tt tt'olled from. the cradl~ to the grav~, only two: . . . the objectives of the Univeraal Declaration fear polywogs 1wimming down a mudd1 when tile will to achJeve and reSISt has Teaching by OmisSion-In all UNESCO of Human Rights. The American Bar Asso- creek,'' he 1tated. been completely wi~d out throughout the writing and speaking it is not what they ciation, legislators. acholars, Dewspapers, , world only then will there be no wars. say that is so destructive, it is what they and laymen have repeatedly warned that if . .M~ybe 10 • but we 11 take the polywoga Actually it's as simple as that. 'n!~ir "in- do not say. This method bas the enormous this Universal Declaration of Human Rights if lt lJ all the same to the general. teUectual" concept boil~ dow_n to thi.s. old· advantage of being _difficult ~o detect and is _ever adopted in any manner by the Whether we fear the bearded Bolsheviks est and f~lsest of mans beliefs, t~at an the results, from theu standpomt, are equal· Umted States, our own Bill of Rights would or not, we had ju.st as soon not have any enslaved u man secure and compliant. · ly as good as if they had been permitted be either repealed or rendered void, and we truck wit~ them. Page 6 THE SOUTHERN CONSIERVATIVI July-August, 1952 Members of Congress Smoke Out Another Super-Secret Truman-Acheson World Agency Time May Come When It's An ADA Favors Federal Force Honor Not To Receive Award In Selection Of Employees Once upon a time medals, citations Last month we called attention some mysterious directing agency de- and awards were conferred on worthy Americans for Democratic Action to the International Materials Con- crees it. groups and persons of distinction, but is the trick title used by a group of ference which had allotted 350,000 From the discussions the outfit not any more. Radicals who are far more alien in 1ons of ~ewsprint to India in the face seems ~0 be a sort of s~per-socialist Jn fact, just the opposite is true in their political ideologies than Ameri· ?f a ~c nous shortage of that product dispen~mg age!1cy "taking fr~n~ each many instances and in order to be cit- can. ln this country. . !~~~n~~l!ot~<~il~~s t~le~~~s ~~~~d~!v~l~e;~ ed these days, it is almost necessary At a recent ~eeting in New York, in the meantime, Cong~·es~ ~as are twenty-eight nations participating that the person, organization or group they served notice ~hat .no qua~·ter taken up the matter for chscusswn in it, one or all of which can drain receiving the citation be strongly iden- would be asked or gtven m the fight and some light is being thrown on away vilal material needed in the tifietl. with the subversive forces who at Chicago to write a 11civH rights'' the subject. defense effort here and appropriate hav~ combined in recent years to So- plank that goes all out for Federal This JMC is one of those queer, it for their own use. ciahze the United States and the world. force in t~e ma.tter of ~ Southern busi· underhanded outfits that have a cute Congressman Paul W. Shafer of \Ve have a forceful reminder of ness mans choice of h1s employees. little habit of sneaking in, under the Michiga1~ described i~ this way: "The thi~ in the action of Sig~a De.Ita Chi, This action was expected from a present administration. and becoming JnternatJ~nal Matei:Ials Conf~rence ~~IOf~~~e~~~i~g~n P;f~f~~IOannala~voa~~n~~ g:oup which was set up and is largely a !ador in the nation's economy be- has. not ~tded the Umted States tn ?r~- one of the most pronounced left-wing dtrected ?~ hol~overs from the Roose· fore the taxpayers who put up the parmg . Itself to meet Comm~msllc publications in the United States, Me- velt adm1mstrahon and who, as hang· monC'y to pay for it, are given any in- agg.resswn. On. the contr.a:ry, Jt has Call's ~1ag~zi~e, and for, of all things, ers-on at the White House, considered formation about who opened the door d_r~I~ed away v~tal matenal for. the an article m Its p~ges ~Y one Arthur it smart and fashionable to shack up and let it in ctvihan ecof!Omies of other. nalt~ns ~· ~1orse last fall m w~1ch he made a with Communists of all races and It seems .that this latest interna- ~~~t~~IC ~;s ~~l~~~~d ~ve~~~:tw;~:ef{~~~ ~~j~~~~:t£~c~h~nt:a~~i1~~~a~~ ~~~a~~s~ colors. tional alphabet ag~ncy was born fol- an~ tclli~1g the public nothing o.f its in American schools. They have never been investigated ]owing the visit of Britain's Socialist ~~e~~~~<~~~\~n~;- c~~1;a,~i~~ul:1 t~e b~~~:~ A few moye travesties like this and b~ comm.itte~s of Congr.ess ch.aJ:g.ed Prime Minister Attlee to this country States ever had the temerity to en- decent A~encans who see some group with lookmg mto. subversive actiVItie.s in January of 1951. _Truman and g~ge, even on a s~1~II seal~, in. ~he ~~irr~:~~~~; ~~eh~~fi ~i~~~~! 0a~~h~~~ but we regard th is as more of a tcsh· Acheson ,~·ere the midwtves who pre- kmd of market-sph~tu~g, pnc~·hxmg for their life in order to protect their many to the Jack of astuteness on the ~c~f~~ti~! i!:vebii~!~n31~~p·1~~~~tet0 ~m~\~ :~~d.1~~~n~~;~~~o,~~~fct ~~~~~t~~ ~! ~v~f~;~~~ ~:·~~e ~~~~~~~~1v!:s,~~i~~~~~ fr~~~t:f t:~~b:~ti~~sCoor"!~~~ than a recently. !~~~Ja~~~n t~f c~~:I;~fi-t~~~~~ef~,~~~ for received awards in recent year~. Its younger members have been There was no statutory authority , recruited principally from the ranks ~~r'~:\~;\~~~~~ii~~n";r~s~io~~~ ~::~ sio~.1 ;~a~ ~~~~~~1o?"c10:,~,!~eth~itsc,~s~ Business Group Suggest Two or those who have attended "liberal" ~~ondi~;;t c~1i1~~'!t ~~t:r~~l tr:o~or~~~ ~~if~'~a~~~~=do~~~~n~·~:h~c~~aii~-~~;~~ Women New Dealers For Veep ~nasdi~~1~;~~:t~:~~;i~og 1::~n::~~t~~~: country to some other nation when IS the product of World Planners. The National Federation of Business and whatever of Ame~icanism eith~r in ProCessional women's Clubs which amus- school or by obser'vmg the operation of "Packaged Thinking For The Two Major Parties ~~~~~ :~~.~g::c!~:i:~"~:,i:o~~~:~~~~;~~~B~:: :~t~ :":;r~;;;v:;~:~~tte~:ct ~~~ ~~~;~~ silion ~~:i~~;t b~~~~:~ :~re m~%~~r di~~ri~~na~:~ their lives. Onf' of the minor officials in the St.11t' had ever been vice pre!>idcnt of the United Any one who cares to check on it, JJt•pnrlnwnt where praetic;~lly all officials Statements by chief cxecuti'ves Stat('s. will find that any policies they endorse are minor in the matter of ability,_ brnins allending the Nntional Governors Confer- . _ will also be supported by the Daily :;dg~~ne~~r;te~~~~~g :~o~;e;~(·~~/~~~;~:~ :~c~h:~ ~~~~~~~;~~~cyce7:1ya s~~:.~u!o trheantlini~ it a~~e~o ~;l~:e:o~~na~~d st:~e~~";en~b:~! \Vorker. sional Record in a statement which is not practically non·existent, especially in pol- f~r each majo~ pa,:ty, who should be con-I---------- calculated to win friends for the Depart- itics. Sldered for this high honor. Th f d 1 G f 1 m~;~~ pecson IS named Franc.s Russell and Southerners were taught from the cradle of ~~~uds~oy, did they come up with a couple e e era overnmen S be was addres<mg a group of club women to hate Repubt.cans )>ecause of the GOP Carrying 37 Million Free loaderS :~~t ~:n;::ct~~n:e~,!~ ,'::oc~~;~:te~e~a~~~ :~:·~:~11n ~:1h,~~,t:ser~1 ~~~~ ~:~n t~~u~seg;~ Rep~~l~caa:lidt:~~e~ortl~~~e ~:~~~~en!1:r~a~~~ Americans who sincerely wan.t_ to - the peculiar Acheson-Truman policies or wh1ch the two parhes were d1\'1ded. Chase Smith, Republican New Dealer clean out the current form of COlt up· go~~:~:i:~\hat we ha\'e made great gains swi~~:·d ::s~iion~a:~1 ~~~~~os~ssu::~pletely ::s~m k~~w~eo~~e t~re~:;;~ee:,or h:~~e :~::~:~ ~i;en f~~e::~~~n~~~n c~~~~~~~;~mf~~ in Korea, he clinched his claims with this as Senator from that State. that 37,000,000 people at thiS hme are co~.k.cr: . . forc~~ulthaendll:l'~~~~ntc~~::r;;,~ea !.~~m:o~~ ~~ the Democratic contestant for. this receiving some fo.rm of gratuity from to.rty thousand casu~lt,~s m th~ ove;- states Rights delivered in years was made POSilio~ t~ey chose Sarah Hughes, Judge the Federal go vel nment. ~~th~~~~~.~~;~hi!o~r:~'t d~~~:n~~rait~~t~re, c~~- by Republican governor V~l Peterson of of a dlslnct court at Dallas. This incl-~des social secu~ty ~:Z: ~~~:::n ~:~~:il;,i~~d consolidMing world ~'~br::~:;mfo~::o';~d ::fo~':e ing~:gi>;~7 ~515~ 1f:~i~~;·oc:~,: \: ~:;:; ;ee:s~ti~~ns~~~:h~~tg~~~~n~~ "and Mothf!l·s of those forty tkousand dead pnn_c,ple by R~.publi~an Gowrnor many years ago and was an aggressive other forms of gtatmtles. Dlcn may not agree with Mr. Russell. J. ~ohl~r. of \\ 1sconsm. . New Dealer long befcwe Roosevelt ever Of course this does not mean that Dccause women persist in going in (omeJsel~, ~ so-called Demo~rat.'c gov- thought up the term. all beneficiaries of government checks ~~:~~e~n~~c~~~n;t;~ep?oe:~~~~de;tp t\rcceive ;~.:~;~d ~:~\~.~ 0~~ct~:i~~~~~ig~~s··I~~~~i~~· w:;e She was a member of the Texas Legis- ~~i~l ~~!~n~~;eoruttl~t ~~~iti~=r~~~~·~~: rounls for the fact that "Packag~d a:~-:~: so directly opposed to all that the Demo· l~ture for several years whe~e s~e effec- begun by Roosevelt and built up to jng for Women·•, although nearly ;our eratic Party. :st.ood for before its com·er- tn·el~· represented the labor umon mterests. monumental proportions by Truman )'rars old, i:s in such demand that another SIOil to Soe1ahsm, that they must have While we are not advocating any woman both of whose objective was to keep printing of it has juM been ordered. • raused Southern Dc~ocrats of. the long as \'ice president of the Uniled States. we control of government in Democratic This book by Lurille Hardin Crane and ago to k•ck out the Sides of the1r caskets hope and pray that if one is ever elected hands forever. ~::e ~~;~~;~~to~t!!rstw~~~nth~e~~:~Ym:! ln l<~ort Worth, the treasurer of a ~:a::i~P~::::!o~~ ~::~~:~~~a~e~;~:~:t fr~~ ·hThis f.igur~ ~a~ rtach.ed byt~x~e~t~ hke sheep in followmg the leadership of a Methodtst church group has been in- those possessed by e1ther Mrs. Smith or \\ 0 ~vetefas e 0 'gt~~e up e f 0 a ~~;sl:i~'l;;~n g~~:;~~: ~:d s!~e~h:~!ef:d b~~ ~~~eo~!~rah;~~~i~d ~~d:e~~~.wi~~li~lfs5~ Mrs. Hughes. ~~~e~~fft~ pf~~:n~h~e F~~~rsa~mgeov~~~ CJ! good.;:. far cry from the days when such sums We .imagine that the. suggestion ,from ment by Congre~sman Ralph W. As a result millions of women were were unheard of in church circles and the .Bu~mes~ and ProfessiOnal Women s or- G_wynn of New ~Oik and released b.Y shown as endorsing the United Nations, when the preacher was Hpounded" g.amzat10n d1d ~ot come from the rank and him on the flo01 of Congress 1o_ hiS F('deral Aid to Education, socialized med- with eggs, chickens, slabs of bacon and f1le but fr?m .'ts l ~ad~rs. In the cas~ of amazed .c~lleagues who had no .1dea ::i"::i~~ ·~eth;,~~=~ s.'';:i'~~:~~afi~t~ci~! ~~~hn~~kco'i~~n~:~~a~~nt~Zrc~~~~~~~ ~~~~ o;og,:m~~';"~o~~ :•th~~;;:~e~h~o";~: ~~~~ ~=~:S::~t~h~f fft~~";e~':'n~"\~r~fe~; f:omm1tted and, all the while, they knew feel they have to keep pace with Wash: top and d1rect 1ts pohc1es. 37,000,000. no more about the vario~s subje~ts than i~gto!l where no sum less than a milM The great majority o£ the members just The total presidential vote for the ~ht'y do a~out the oPeratmg deta1ls of a lion IS even considered worth men- sit back with their teeth in their mouth two major political parties in 1948 was Jf't-propulslon plane. tioning. and listen. ' 46,075,877 which is only 9,075,877 Socialism by treaty is a gre~terl that enemies of free enterprise having They hold \IP their hands and ,·ote at :~~e r~~~~~~a~e~eef n~~n~~~u~! ~~~ ~~~~~~dt~~~h~h~v~~;~-ff~~~:~a;:r~:~ f~il~~~~r:~~ ~~Erf;;i1n~r t~:~ Pt~li~i~: ~~~u=~opi~~et~~:de:: ::c;sii~~~~idu~isp::r- ~~~r ~~~fre~~~ti;~~a~ t!~m~~r~~~: .. tor John Bricker of Ohio who warns United Nations for action. tiative to say •·Me, too.'' I tion. • J< July-August, 1952 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE MY NIGHT By Ida M. Darden This attractive book of one hundred pages is, as might be 5uspected, an attempted take-off on Eleanor Roosevelt's "My Day" that literary gem which adorns the pages of many doily news­papers and instructs Americans on how to live, think and vote. "My Night", by implication, gives advice too and suggests rules of human behavior which, H fol­lowed, would probably lead to disaster or jail, but we guarantee that no more dire results will accrue from following the suggestions of "My Night" than will attend the serious acceptance of the advice given in the masterpieces of literature which inspired it to be written. We do not claim that "My Night" will influence world opinion, revolution­ize social and political customs or change the course of history but we do promise it will afford on hour's lusty entertainment and inspire some hearty chuckles. Price Six Books for Five Dollars Write THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE '103 Flatiron Buildbtfl Fort Worth, Texas A Place For Hiss But Kansan Objects To Slate MY NIGHT N f Ma Arfh By ~. Editor one or c ur Department Liquor Bill Last night the American delegation in Amalgamated Writing in The Freeman, Frazier Countries held a closed session to discuss matters of vital iJn.. Hunt, noted ~oreign ~orrespondent curr~~:~x~~s:;p:t~~~at~oe~e:!~l g~o;_ portan~:r~:t~:d~;:~~:e:s~~:~ 0~:~en~n~~eed :;:~:·bona flde , told of the tragic battle General Doug- ernment was before Congress some- members of the delegation was to be admitted to the floor 4~ las MacArthu~ had to wag~ o~ two time ago, there were amusing incidents and those attending wer~ instruct~d ~o walk i~ on their hands :fronts - a.gamst our enem1es m the which cropped up among the tragedy -to--insure-tR-at-1hey earned -no obJectionable llteratul'e JD theu Pacif~c .a~d those in Washington. of extrava?ance, waste and graft re- poeket~hls precaution was taken to prevent .any one smuggling Fi_rst 1t \~as -u:e Roosevelt-Marshall- presented 1n the measure. in copies of the Bible, the Constitution of the United States or Hop~ms tnumvira~e ~ho put every There was an increase of $32,000,- other documents which might conflict with the Charter of Page '1 possible obstacle m his way as he 000 requested for expenses of the Amalgamated Countries. fought the Japanese and late_ r State Department alone. Of this I ~ink that each of us was d\eply impressed with ~ur grave obligation to our ~~e;:~m:i1~; :a;~;~~ ;h~c~~~~~ ~~ amount, $600,000 was claimed by a ~~~::.ryt:~n~o;:t~~r:::~~~~edoftoAd::~~~~o~i:~<;~~ ~:~:::l;~chsi:::: :~::.~::~~ eans with his ~ands tied from lack ~~;~~e~s;:~~~~~~~r ~~~:,~a::r ~~eK:~~ ;~!~~ani:. so highly confidential that it cannot be divulged to any one except the f men and eqmpment. tertainment of visiting dignitaries During the session all telephones were disconnected, all secretaries barred from "Few could question his vast from foreign countries. The Kansan the room and communication between the m_embers was carried on in the Unknown now ledge of the sprawling Far East insisted that the $15 per plate dinners Tongue whi~ was recently adopted as the official langu.age of Amal~amated Countries.. of China and Russia and _Japan" served to visitors to this country meant tials, w~~:P~~Y:~s ~=:~s;~nt:rss~O:o 0~d a~~e;n si:::~~deir:~c~\~;~~e~r i~t~~: ::::: ays Mr. Hunt. "Yet so powerful that the "greatest share" of the ex- laya Mountains for the occasion, each of whom had been carefully screened by the ·ere his Washington detractors that pense was for liquor and not for food. Loyalty Board of the State Department whose recognized thoroughness in this field ever once in all the war years was He stoutly maintained that the tax- insured their reliability. is advice sought; nor was he invited payers of the United States should not While our findings must necessarily ~·em~in secret ~ntil officially p:esented o any of the several conferences be forced to. pa~ s_uch ~xorbitant :~ !~: ~;e;:!cfu~:~b~~~tl t~:elw~~~r~ :7 t~:~~~~e;os~~~~dc:ceb:Ym::~~;:~:~ ~hna! h~re the fate of the world was amounts for mtoXJ.cating dnnks. our national security assured only if congress votes an appropriation of $500,000,000 ecided. There was a place at Yalta It was brought out that employees to strengthen the Air Force of the Liberian Republic, to increase the Standing Army of or Alger Hiss, but none for Douglas in the State Department in offices French Morocco and to _en~arge the Navy of the Punjab Province. la~rth:.': . t t . d t _ 1 th throughout the ~orld are so numerous unders~l!:~::ha~~eb:;,:~or~~~io~, ~~::: '::::n:n:~: t:~~b~~~~::~t~:~~ic:c~ :~a~r:: r. un pam s ou m e at . e that they practically fall over each United States could not finance such a program without risking national bankruptcy. ~~~~~~ ~fnge~a~sal~tc~~th~;~ ~~; other's feet. . I~ al':ays distresses me to come _in contact with such narrow, selfish and uffered more than the man "whom In the Philippines, for instance, it provmClal vtews on. the part of ~eade:s ~ our Democracy who seem totally una~le 0 er~ea~r measure or time has proved was stated that there are 1200 and ;:;;~:~=~~nthceo~~~~~. ~~:::: ~~~:s::.:u~h~e t::c:;ea~;"::u~:. spend or gtve gh · that such a large number of State De- Some temporary apprehension was felt at the close of the session when we had So deeply-rooted was the hatred partment employees were sent to been sworn to secrecy regarding the proceedings and were preparing to leave. nd jealousy of Roosevelt and his mill- P:tk.istan that the Pakistan government As we were passing down the aisle, it was observed that the twelve-foot bowl ry ~~ons of the.~r~atest fighting objected on the ground that their of the $2,000,000 chandelier moved violently and that so~tbing sticking out on /n~~~y~~Y :~~~ill~~ss ~~~~~la~~ economy could not stand the strain. ~::k:!d~P~hich closely resembled human whiskers wa• qwckly withdrawn as we preading propaganda against Mac- A Missouri congressman pointed All of us were quite relieved when we reached the ante-room and discussed the th.ur among service men which out the Department h~d spent _$600,000 matter with the caretaker on duty for the evening, who happened to be on_e of the hould have gone into equipment and for an Embassy residence m Egypt Soviet janitors, and who was able to explain the incident to our entire satts!action. unitions for winning the war. which, he insisted, was a poor way to He assured us that the disturbance was caused by a long-haired .female Siberian This fight of pigmie~ agains~ a ~ic~~~,s foreigners with our ''Demo· ~~;o!heo~~hw:fo ai~:~n~/;~;:.t~: ;~d:kt~a~e~i:~~:i!nt~: ;~::~~~e;a:!~ema;~~~ was e~en thmore bitterh un fe~ refuge in this comfortable spot was reached when he learned that the father was a ·t~~ "J~~f~.~ ~~isf~~ The Next Edition Of The :::~:;.;;1~~:~~a~~::~:::~~;£~:;;:~~:;:;o;~;:~~~~:~:u ~! ag am b 0 e S b ( t" gether and collect my thoughts for an address I was scheduled to deliver later in thl w:sea;a:~a1sa~ OUf em ODSerYi JYe evening to~ group which is sponsoring a Rural Electrification project on the Dead Sea and bi.r~i~e!mh~s0~0~~Y~~c Will Be Out In September in the Arab1an Desert. (Copyright 19~2 by lda M. Darden) '•v• a THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI July-August, 1951 Harriman Invited To Prove Sincerity By Sharing Some of His Own Vast Wealth Member of California Legislature Invites Us To AHend A Session of Thai Body Since the once great Democratic~ A member of the New Mexico Sen4 per. I read the letter from the As- Pally was ruthlessly npped !Iom 1ts There Is Something Screwy ale writes us: "Let me state at this semblyman from New Mexico and I moonngs by a late president, 1t has • , til~e ~hat I enjoy reading your pap~r. ~?~~=i~~ese~~{0%rea~1'~~~ra a~~~~~ra~~ ~~~i doveloped some pohttcal freaks who About The Lathmore FiaSCO ll ts tndeed a very much worth-whtle the cover after him, I'm going to be wuuld have brought joy to the heart . contnbulton to conshtuhonal govern- surpnsed. If you ever come to Call-of the great Phineas T. Barnum, color- ·We ~on't kn?w what the _deal IS ment which is a necessity during these f?rnia when the ~egis~ature is in ses-ful showman who made a practice of ~~ou~i~~~~ ;a}~1r7;~~~eo: ~~~~s~~~~~; days. ~pray to God that ~our courage !10n~i~ifeo~ldt~o~~~~~~~l:~ean ~~nf~· ~~~ collecting human oddities cast out by that there is something phony some- stay: with yot~ a_nd that ~his £ro_od w~rk Ca~fornif Assembly, have yyour name nature's mold. where, and that it is not on the up contuwes until Its goal ts attamed . inscribed in the .Journal and tell them Oscar Ewing and Henry Wallace and up. We. were especially please"d with what a wonderful citizen I think you are typical examples but none of The report that the Johns Hop· the attitude of this Spani~h-American are." the queer characters who have per· kins. professor had been banned from ~~1~:~~~~at~ ~~~~k~~;~11l\J1~:~~~n~vn~~n~~s~ . From .t~e wife of a H~uston Ce1:ti· formed ?n the W~s~ingt~n stage since ~e:r~~~n~h=Tl~o~l~l!rfat~~ ;~~o~~a:~af~~ lion. Our standing with a certain r~e~h:~~~ ~~~~~~'V:~~ak~~~s a~l;l~ae<;~ lnternatwnal Socialists first began to was all a hoax for whic:h State Depart· member ~f the ~ower House o_f the terpiece." "angel" the show, can top the Honor- men! had apologized is all a little too New Mextco le~ISI~ture was slightly . . able Averell Harri.man milli~naire P.at to be on the square. ~:~oe~ r:~haes J~~~c~~ei~i~x ~f 11~~e~o~~~~ nes;r~:1n~ ~~~~~~~·u~~~o~7sss~~· ~~~~~ ~layboy and world diplomat extraord· It has all the ear-marks of a frame· ern Conservative. Naturally, we are appropriate and brilliant reply to the 1nary. up, if we may say so-a frame-up in glad to have his poor opinion of us can· New Mexico kgi!'lator in the .June is· Harriman is the Park Avenue b~half of the professor, and not against celed out by the views of an Upper sue of the Southern Conservative. As Pinko who strolls about Europe as him. House member. ~sual, you did a sup_erb piece of work head of the Mutual Security Agency It is claimed that the McCarran From a member of the Wisconsin tn a forceful but refm~d manner. II?~ with Uncle Sam's money bags slung report of the investigation into the af· House of Representatives we received f~% th_o~ g_ht~ul A~lenc?,n could misS from his shoulder strewing American fairs of the infamous Institute of Paci· this communication: "1 ~ecenlly read · pam IS eyon me. dollars around as a planter sows fie Relati?ns in which Lattimore's asso· in your paper about a Minnesota State From a New Orleans manufacturrr· seed for the harvest. ciation wtth Communists was exposrd, Senator who wished you would quit "The .June issue of the Southern Con· Being many times a millionaire is about to be released for widespread sending him your 'stinking scandle servative came in this morning. 1 was through the initiative, resourcefulness distribution. sheet.' In ,m~ opinion you have .t~ 'particularly attracted by your let~l~r and energy Of his father, he has such What could be more effective in be:c;t damn stlnkmg scandal sheet 111 to t_he m.emb~r _ o~ t~c New Mex1co ~~11~i;~~se~f f~~ri~t~ :~~~0~~-f=~~i~~~ f~~~e;~~;rttr~a~a;~:~i~~1n~~~~~o~I 0i~~ ~~~ ~:~~f?n~~~~n~i~guih~· P~fp~: !oy~~ ~ef~!tt~~ft:e ;:~:.~ I~~:a~~n~~~~~~na~~ d~st~y t~at he propo~es outright re· cur such as th_e. one which did occur ~~~a~~~s~{ f:~~ ifa~~no~~'so~ve f~:~~n~!~ ~rse~;.~~~d~'.!!l not show ll to many o£ r~~!r~r~~f;en~fp!;~n~~t~~u;~~~~~ t~~ :~~~~~taro o~~~;~~~z~e~~y t~~ t~·~e~~~~ freshiTlg. Continue the good work." A member of the New York Asscm· world. cuted" professor. From the chairman of an interim bly says: "I Pnjoy your excellent In a te1evi~ion broadcast so~etim_e To be perf~ctly frank_ about it, !he ~~~~~!t~ee~I~ t~~~:~:~~~~!~t:Js~~~~~v~ ~~~~\~s"0~ 11d01~e-'g~~~e~e~s~~~u,~enic:£ :~~a~;~b%a:~~T:~.;:rrr;,~ ~is_;~~~.~~~ ~~~~; a~~uih;~~ ~~~~. 1~hi~ogm~;h~~~ ~~~s~~~;t;;;,rat~~a:~~t~r1~~ ;~~~~~~!~ ~~~~~~ka u::su~~~~~:r~ha~o~:er~1~{f~; ly peculiar Ideological vtews. th t · . i~~t ~~~~tit:; f~a£~ ~:~~~~mt~n~:!~~~1 the .Tune jssue of your wonderful pa· very mucJ1 r~st0 ~~ ~~~~~;~~r Lattimore from leaving the Hiss Affair Is Ghost 01 We Thought AI first II Was world poor any more than one ~:nr~~~ '~· ~~~u~~tpt~a~o~~ ,;ich and ge/~/~~~·~~~~,:e~r'; ~~~y :c~:~~~ r~"~ The Fair Deal Campaign A Typographical Error We dou~t if Karl Marx ever topped, ~~u~~[be~i~~~1 ~isu;I~ie~~~~e~~r~~~~s~~ We have not_iced several subtle By now we suppose that nothing or even bed, that one woulJI have permitted anything to be articles in left-wmg publications re· coming out of Washington should As a test of Mr. Harriman's sin· done to stop him. cently in which the attempt is made throw us, since we are practically c~rity, w~ wo';Ild like to have it proved That's our opinion, in brief. of the to imp~y that there is_ some doubt as to shock·proof. ~~;~~itlf~~c~ ~~\n h~;raf:~c~·a~~f~~ ~~ate Department as currently ope rat- the gut It of Alger Htss. . . Out of the city on the banks of the lion of his theory. in a good cause, . Th~y hmt of new ev1~en ce In ~he ~otomac h_ave_ come some side·splJt-by making a suggestion for his earnest • s1ckemng case of a man trusted with bng and h1lanous gags from some of consideration. We Have Plenty of Equ1pmenf high and responsible positions in gov- the performing clowns who act in the see ~wsaav~Y f~a:nkli~ ~~!t c~~nt~~e~~~ In Newark Buf Nof In Korea :::~::~;n!u~n~iswto0u~~~;id this trust by ::;~~·;it~i!~e~i~lir~~:r b~~P n~~h~"f;o~ ~~o;.ich and the rest of the people ln Newark, New Jers~:r· a war O~viously _Fa!r Dealers realize that ~~eM~s~~~r~~:~Jeett;~~nre~~rd~~Ci~r~al~e~ Well, we do see how that can be ~~a;t;aet~~~t~-~:~~a~~su~~~~~!h 0~rtahc~ ~~~e~~~~ ~~:~;rl~~;nreeco:r~h~f b~~~~:~~ cent :ress di~patcl~. / ~~~:v!h~~e hea~~~~us~ ri~Y1°~u:~et~~~ ~~~f~n~l~!~! P~~~sntt.n the Pentagon sion, disl~yalty an~ betrayal and they tryi;;~tro ~~ f~n~~~:I~~e ~~1:I~~;~y m~~ more than willing for him to prove bis . are fe~ensl~ly _anxiOus. to plant doubt jority leader arose in his dignity from point, in our case any way, for we They are reported to be the fmest as to his gmlt 111 the mmds of the pea· his seat on the rloor of the Lower don't like poverty any more than he and most mo~ern tanks ever construct. pie before the election in November. House of Congress and proclaimed to does and here is his chance. :~ma~~n~h~;~~~~;~~1 ~l~~:l\v~~~ ;~~ . one and all that Philip Murrar/ head If he "ill send u• a substantial 11. Truman Seekmg To Perpetuate ~at~~. cro, was-so help us-a states- ~vhee~ill0~~o%i~;\o0~~t ~~nt~ :c~~~F~i A nationally. known newspaper ( f Ad ' ' f f" ~r. McCormack's designation of purpose in the interest of all Amer- man of the Scripps-Howard Staff, Jim orrup miniS ra IOn the labor leader in this manner, it ~:n;os~~~:~ding Mr. Harriman and ~~.~~.c~~o~eh~ ~~~~~~s~i~~f; ~~~i~t~; We haven't heard of any one in ::;mks~p~·~~~s ~~OIJ,!hjeo~af1~ ttha; ~~~j . y. . . the tanks but added wistfully that he Washtngton gettmg dust m thetr eyes mills for three months after they had !f~ IS talkmg hts .~eart out for w1shed they were in Korea instead of from the broom of Attorney Gener<tl decided to go 011 strike and stop pro- Socialism. We. are. wr1tmg _our heart Newark. James P. Mc~ranery who was named duction of materials needed by the ~~! t~~r s:p;~~~c~~I~~~l M~':x. th~~7s h ~avi~_g recently _been in ~area and ~~u!~~~:arnei~~j~b it~ t~~ fi~tht~~~o~;~ men who are dying in Korea. ~i~~!h:h!"'~:!~~n~t::;·~~~a'k~;~~~~s h~~: :adl~s!~~~n~q~?~::~h~~s ~~~~t ruptio.n-infested administration. in ~: h~~~lrs'::r~a~~~~~~,"vi~Ju~i~ _ , ed _by our men there, Mr. L':cas tned It 1s unbehevable ~hat people could some of the president's pet expres· poli~!!~·~n;l~~· p~:v~~~ ~.1 ~~~ ~!r~i; ~~~~nt¥r;~:r~:~z.m ~~: ~~1~~~~ri~~ h!~: 0 tv:;t b~~~~;':t~:;o~i~~.~~ bie~ ~\~~~iaf:'P~~l·~.s~~t:s~~~~· ~~~ ~~ r~;epr~;:aem a~f ;2~~~t~~b~~~~e:!al~~ ~~~~t~~;e~~~~i~~~~utl: ~h~ bf~~:ees t~aei. ~:?t~~~s!~~~~r~~~~~en;ss 0~ his offi. among them. . in which he ~0. firmly believ_es. ~fci,ngb~: ~~eoli~=c~e~~~n'' a~"mWt~:a~; . And, instead of worry~ng about the Fr?m the editor of_ one of the !art ulti~a:~~~ ~~~~~:!ru~.e h~h~~d1~~ ~re~ didn't know. Y ~~~~~~~sff~fr::ra~~sst~r~e aisc~~~~~~t~~~ ~!~·~3r1!~is~e~~~~~:r~~~ :h:ot~0~~h~on~ pendents will be the beneficiaries be· "The M-48 Is -by all odds - the of corrupt practices in the future by gratulations on the column concerning cause they will be spared the results world's best equipment, only it's in trying to secure the nomination of a your thoughts during 'Your Night' as of his folly and that of the thousands Newark," Mr. Lucas pointed out, and candidate for president whose deprav- you reflected on the departure of. your of weaklings like him who ,are ~pread-. added, "And we are not fighting iJl ed political ~!hies are on a par with small dog, Follow. 'My Night' is al­lng the same twaddle and rot. Newark." .Jlis own. ways good, but this orie ll'as a classic."
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