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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 2, No. 10, October 1951
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Transcript Sec. 34.66 P.L.&R. U. S. POSTAGE P A I 0 Permit No 166S Fort W..,rth l'exas liE OUT ~ONSERVATIVE -To plead for o r 11 of Con$titutionul Government- Vol. 2 Fort Worth, Texas, October, 1951 No. 10 He's Arbiter of Global Destiny . But Can't Pry a Bill Out of Committee WILL THE UNITED STATES GO THE WAY OF OTHER NATIONS WHERE DOMESTIC ENEMIES NUMBERED FAR LESS THAN TH! HALF MILLION HERE WHO ARE NOW WORKING FOR THE Tlhe bHl to return the Tidelands to EA(H TDUMAN SCANDAl If its legal owner, the State of Texas, • • :~ has been nestling in a sena·te com- DOWNFALL OF THIS COUNTRY? WORSE THAN THE ONE BEFORE mittee pigeon-hole ever since it passed the House of Representatives by an Recently the Honorable J. Edgar Hoover, Chief of the FBI and one of As we turn in our final copy-early overwhelming vote many weeks ago. the few Washington officials outside of Congress who is active against the in October-newer and bigger scan- All attempts by Texan:s to find out infiltration of Communists in agencies of government, estimated that there dals are breaking in Washington. wha·t H's hung on, meet with eva-sive are between forty-five and fifty thousand actual members of the Communist One thing about the Truman scan­replies and a polite brush-off. Party in this country. dals is that each one that pops is big­ger and racier than the one just be­fore it. The result is that the latest one is so much worse than its predecessor that people are inclined to forget what has gone before. Even the influential Chairman of He added, however, that for every dues-paying Communist there are the powerful Senate Foreign Rela- ten non-members who are working toward the same end. tions Committee, Tom Connally of Texas, who modestly accepts credit This makes approximately five hundred thousand, or a half million, for his part in shaping the events of Communists and Fellow Travellers conspiring for the overthrow of the history in all nations of the world, American government and waiting for an opportunity to accomplish it. can't seem to generate enough steam Of the two types of subversives, the Fellow Travellers are far more to get t!he biJII out of committee and dangerous to our security than actual party members. Any way, it's hard to keep score on bring itto the floor for a vote. The membership of the Communist Party is comprised of the scum ot the various disclosures of graft, brib- Far be tt from us to question the human society with no pretense or claim to the attributes of honesty, de­ery, influence-ped~iling and a~ts of belief in many quarters that the Sena- cency and morality which motivate the members o£ a legitimate political wholesale _corruption. Even If we 1 tor i:s an imposing and powerful. aroup. bad more tlme, we would not have the figure at whose words oreign diplo-1 o h " · h h 'd - · t dl t bl d space to review all the chiseling oper- mats tremble and on whose decisions Fellow Travel~ers, on. t e o! er an ' are _ou war Y respec a. e an·' ations being indulged in by the mem- rest the fate of empires. a_ltho~gh they are Ideological allies of C~mmun~st_s, th_ey OCCl;lPY high posi-bers of an administration headed by . twns m the ranks of government, educatiOn, rellgwn, Journalism and other h " . . Ne~ther would we detract from the fields of endeavor. n~,rry Truman whose official hones- glory which many feel accrues ,to ty was recently guaranteed. by Se!l- Texas from being represented in . Among the most dangerous specimens of the breed are many column­a tor Ernest McFa_rland of :\nzona, m Washington by an international ists, both male and female, whose sly and sinister use of their columns to an utterance which promises _to be- statesman whose influence and power promote Communistic policies of government, entitles them to a special oome the over-statement of all time: permeate the four corners of the niche in the Soviet Hall of Fame. "No man living can point a finger earth. · Their prototypes in journalistic depravity are the editors _of publica-at Harry Truman a.iid charge personal But what we wou,ld Like to know tions, including those of women's magazines, whose pages are wide open to or official dishonesty. No man living is why can't 1:Jhis great arbiter of subversive writers frankly advocating Marxian theories, and who have help- " oan say Harry Truman is corrupt." global destiny and arohiteot of world ed to integrate the gro~p of a half million domestic enemies to which Mr. An enterprising Scripps_ Howard policies who is reported to easily Hoover refers. writer in Washington hints at an im- whip recalcitrant colleagues into line Roumania, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and other once great nations were pending scandal which will dwarf the on controversial issues, exert just a taken over by the Communists at a time when the enemies within their gates RFC disclosures to total insignificance small fraction of his power, influence constituted oq.ly a small fraction of the number who are active here. and which will involve the Justice De- and prestige in getting a vote on the T.d 1 d b'll? In Albania, subversives were so few and went so q·uietly about their Partment and Democratic Party fi- 1 e an s I · nances of a few years back. Texans no doubt are prop· erly im- treasonable activities that little was known of them until Russia enshrouded d t th t 1 f ld h. that country within the black folds of the Iron Curtain, ,and its courageous If he means what we tht'nk-and ptorreys sein tah· e . mea skpineog aacs ei to unwfoolrd s uInS-- peop1 e were power Ie ss t o res1.s t . hope-he does, he's not kidding. der the guiding hand of the Chairman For the unprecedented number of Communists and Fellow Travellers It will be a honey. of the Senate Foreign Relat·ions Oom- in the United States and for the damage which has alreadv been done to our It's A Change And We Hope An Improvement The resignation of General George Marshall as Secretary of Defense was .. eceived with thankfulness by many .A-mericans who are familiar with his fumbling and bumbling of diplomatic and civil assignments, regardless of any military ability he may possess. Although his successor suffers from the ineradicable stigma of having been associated with the New Deal .. nd Fair Deal, generally speaking we think that the situation is bettered, lf only on the theory that any change was an improvement. We believe that there would be a greater feeling of security if the general had been followed into re­tirement by some of his top assistants. mittee. institutions of government and way of life, we have the Roosevelt and Tru­They are even more concerned, however, in recovering for the ;gchool children of Texas, the millions of dol­lars stolen from them by the political con men who plan the strategy which enables the Truman Gang to confis­cate the property and appropriate the resources of a sovereign State. Price Stabilizer Issues Grave News An item of world-shattering im­portance has just been released by the Office of Price Stabilization in Washington . In a communication to the press the Price Stabilizer announced that the price of duck feathers would be increased in the near future. Perhaps those who have not yet laid in their supply of duck feathers should heed the warning and do so at once. man administrations to thank. Up untill933 the term "Fellow Traveller" was an unknown designation and Communists in this country were as rare as a stenographer in a mink coat or a government official peddling influence. Roosevelt not only persuaded Congress to officially recognize the Rus­sian thugs, but he opened his home, his arms and his heart to every long­haired radical that bobbed up with an un-American proposal and undertook to have it written into law. It wasn't long until the White House was jammed with all types of subversive crackpots trooping all over the place and with Communist "youth groups" spilling over and holding forth on the grounds. Also, it was almost impossible to tell whether some of the pronounce­ments emanating from the Chief Executive's office were written in Wash­ington or Moscow because of their extreme devi~tion from established American concepts of the functions of government. Harry Truman, the vest-pocket edition of Roosevelt who is more vicious and not as smart, has carried on in the same tradition and has added hordes of left-wingers to the Federal payroll, blanketed government agencies with Fellow Travellers and used his high office to prevent their subversive ac­tivities from being revealed. As a result, we now have the official record of treason on a grand scaht from the Chief of the FBI who has given us the cold-blooded statistics on (Continued on Page Two) Millions of Americans Think It-The Southern Conservative Savs It . Pogo 2 STALIN'S MUSTACHE MUST BE TWITCHING WITH MIRTH THE SOUTHERN CONSERVAtiVE October, 195t Iranian Press Gives r•~~.~~~~;!t~?· that history 1 • about to U.S. The Raspberry IS IT TAPS FOR OUR CONSTITUTIONAL REPUBLIC! • •. A few years ago we sent that great According to • dispatch from .Teheran. International diplomat and lay states- about the only results aceomphshed by (Conti nued from Paee One) man General George C. Marshall, to Truman .,.endmg Averl'll Harriman, one Chin'a to ''correlate" the dissenting of the millionaire Bleedin~ Hearts of the the traitors among us who are committed to the task of destroyinJ the factions there. administration, to Iran to mterfere in the American government. As a result, we lost four hundred oil dispute between that country and Eng- So there it is and we can take it or leave it. ~il!~lion Chinese allies to Soviet Rus· ;~:~;15~8 ~: ~~=~ ~: •:r;r::.:rp~:~:not t'~:~ are ;~it\~~~ ~~ ;~~ ~h~~~i~~~ ~~~'fl!.~oc~~~:s t~1~:~~i1~if~h~~~ut what they Now we are planning to send Ches· beCore. . . 1 They can throw out Truman and his ring o[ political confidence men ter Bowles, whose ideologies are cut Newspa~en th@r~ ~ave turne~ bitter/ who have been too busy fleecing American taxpayers to take any steps to· (~0f.:ct\~·to5~~;.~,;~,~r.; :~. ~:n~~·~f~~~~ ~~:~~r:~~~n d,~·~:~·.~;,,';~~~·~"; ~,~.~~~ ~~~r~o~~:;,k~~~abl~·~1n~n~~~r~o~i~1~.~~~?c~~i~~o·~:~r~f.~·~:r~~~~; t:~;b:\\~ tio;e~~~~1:·nv we think that all that :;dli! Jn t[:~:,s~~iP:;~>r~er~t~~npo;~";a;n ~~\ \~~~~~:a~~.;~sulting from eighteen years of planned corruption and politi· free wheat 'we sent 0\'er there might Iran, ~ e 01 e a @s. Or they can re-elect him or some one with the same Socialistic ide<)lO. as well have been poured in the sewer Oh well. ma_~·b@ there is some other gies-either Democrat or Republican-and, by their action, give aid and en­and that Good Old Joe's Communist "trouble-spot'' m the world where the couragement to fi\'e hundred thousand of our domestic enemies who have ranks are about to be increased by tact and diplomacy or the Wall Street been left free to band themselves together in the common cause of destroy-five or six hundred million. statesJ'!lan may be utilized. ing the American Republic. October, 1951 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE_ _______ ____ The Lowly Ham 1s Lifted to the Status of a Pastel Mink Coat Why Not Appoint Costello to Guard the Gold at Fort Knox? ..., I Page 4 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE October, !Y"' ectober, 1951 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page 5 What Does McFarland Say Now of 11T ruman's Official Honesty'? President Resorts to ~~Security" Dodge in Withholding Information Rich and racy political scandals: In an apparent effort to check the!---------- are breaking so fast in Washington No Pension Is Too Much flood of scandals and disclosures of "Cullen Day" Is Observed ~~i~enr~w aa~~l~se~~~~~fl~~~~~tt?~~li~!e For A ~-isabled S~l~ier_ ~~~r%~~i~~~tthhea;a~~~~:ddet:r~~f~~;~ Bfhepp~~$!~f ~!u!!~~!~~~~ honored being brought to light in such num- . In our opuuon c_ongr~ss d1d rJgh~ m p~ss- order t_o agency heads to_ Withhold m- H. R. Cullen and his wife by holding hers that it is difficult to keep up mg ove•: the preSidents veto a bll~ which formatiOn from the p~ibhc. "Culle-n Day" which had been proclaimed with current developments in skull- would give $120 pel· month to handiCapped '!'he order \~'aS given ·Unde_r the by the Governor and the mayor of Houston. duggery in Fair Deal circles. war veterans. gUise of "secunt~" a ~lodge 'Yhtch he 1t is wen for the people to pay tribute One of the most st_a1:t1in_g dis- sy~~~ 0~~gi;ha~ i::~e:·~Is;~~~~n~:e~t P,:~:i~~ ~fso~~~~i~a~~o~~~5o~m~~i~~~g a~~~~ ~~o~:il;;~~r:!i;:: ~~eh:~~n~~:~:~er~~~t~~~ r~~~;ete';~~t~hea;t';n\\'~~~CI:~dlllh~~~ ~;~m:re~~~· ::uf:~~-y~s possible the fighting SU~~:r~;:si~c:~~~~:;d his order would fe;;:r each year. t' M . 1" of d~vision ~~~s p~i_d h Sh1·200 l~~ o_ne That a Marxian principle would be adopt- not be used to stifle the flow of news dislri~u~~~;-~~;n w~alt~rx~~~ol~hH';uat/:: !~;f~fec:~!i~~~r ~1~~:lole~s~t~~~e:~ :~oa~~u~d pneont:; d~:~~~ ::!t ~~o e;:~~b:~~ ~e~~e t£.~~~i~s~~~hit;,a~f{h~:d d~~ne~tel~; ~~t~:;~:h::~in!ni::sra~~s ;~;l:sed~al:!~ f th Th l th f th h never mlended by the founders o~ gov~rn· Implied. • thing about it in 1962, the day w1ll l!POOn i~~:~r~at~~~h ~a~h :~tg{e~orte~ ~u~ni~ ::~t ::db~~:~~~-' ::~~~~::t·~~:h:~::ll:ob~l:e~ wo~~:o:~~~~~e~, ta~~n eat r:ce:i~=r~~~ ;;;:~ :~hdeng~b~c~:~~!;e: \\r;;.~n h~~egi~j= 5 assume a e sa e \\aS rna e. politicia_ns in offic_e Is a disgrace~ul pro- He campaigned in Texas in 1948 on untold millions to schools, uni"ersities, hOfl~ The Federal alcohol boss in the ceding ~n a ConstJhl)ional Republic. the implied promise that he would re- pitals, <'hurchet~ and other institutione, will Internal Revenue Department of the If it ts accepted thal pensioning people spect Texas' right to its own Tidelands. be no more. government with headquarters in for gelting old is a sound policy of govern- He was no sooner elected than he 1---------­New York, Jrt>w resigned, testified ment, then_ this service should ~e rendered ordered proceedings instituted by his _The United States was set up as a Con­frankly that the same firm paid him by the vanous Stales and certamly not by Attorney General which constituted stltutional Republic and we defy any one $5,815 to get business for them. the Fe_de~al government. legal theft of this pfoperly. to prove that our form of government . A_ f~e~d supervisor in the Atlantic is ~=n:\~s t~h~a~:i~~o~0~r~~est~ep~:::~~: whse~he~her~e:: rs 0 a~~y H~ie!~~~i~~ ~:.~ree;~: ~: .?~~:~1:ac:~~~~e~~~o1 tcli:8:: City dtVISton of ~he Bureau of In~ern- States and what isn't used to pay parasites censorship" in the order or not. or people-subversives who know what they :~af~~e~~~ hua~\~d ~~~~~tl~7,;8~;;~~ ~~ :~heerF:~~~~s!~yroll is misappropriated We only have his word for it. are doing and fools who don't. the same firm for soliciting business The founders of the Am~rican govern- H II d' G'f G for t~::rally, the firm which was ap· :~:~ ~~:t;i~~c~~~~l;~~~i!~~y t;:r;e~~;a~ 0 yw~o s 1. t to. overnment parently able to bribe any one on the go,.~n~ent '" •ts authonty ~nd powers Puts His Foot In His Mouth Federal payroll whose inrtuence they and 1t ts to our everlasting d1scred1t and desired, was from Missouri. The name shame. that we hav~ 3110"~d these powers A threat to use the facilities of·---------- ~;~~~~i~~~~c?~n g~~~~~~~~fa~i~~~~~~~:! ~:r~: 1 ;;~~;s~:r~i~~~ f~~a~~~n~~~~v~dou:l P;~~ ~~~ze~~de!~10 g;;~t;s~e~;ic~o c~~~:~~ I Civil Right~ Committee Was ~~est~~~!~~n Lithofold Corporation ~~;\ti~~~g b~~~ to the bathroom-and g1v- ~~~c bJ~~ns~~~e t~~ fJ~fni~;:~N~~~~ L';ed::e ::t~0 ~:!l~:t T;:v=~~~nt They not o~Jy had a ~orde of . As appr~hensive as the world situalion ~~!~ i~nda j~~;: ~~~gli;;"gho~; ~f~j~~ and fearless ~estbro~k Pegler has give~ government offtctals . workmg for 1s, we are m no more danger from foreign is reported to be embarrassing even some fadmtl mformahon about the Prest~ them, but they ~ere fmanced by the aggress~r~ than we ~u:e fro~_ our own Fed- to the thick-skinned president who is dent's Committee on Civil Rights in his government, havmg been granted a eral ofhcwls and t?e1r _pohcu~s of Federal thoroughly inured to incompetence column ~::~~oeodo ${~~0nOO~~g~w~~[h :i~~·si~~s~ ~7~t~~~~~i:~noti ,::~~;~c~~~~:~e~~-~~:~~~~;~~: ~Fr?ci~lu;:.;;;~g on the part of his He ~yls -t~atw~~t:ithst:n~~lfent:eM/~~~ from the vanous Federal agencies. zatwn of our people and resources. In a recent warning to producers of :i~!i;:a~~t~r, 'w:s '~~irman, :nd ~wo Nic_e business, if ~au can get it. . A Soc_ia_I_Ser~ice worker from th_e Philip- ~~:tr t~~rr ~t~~-~/Je ~~~~~~nprfc~arc~en~ !i:~~:P~C:b:;,a~o~icw~~~~ ~~~l~~ot::~n~ Incidentally, we WISh there were pm~s, VISJtJ?g m Dallas spo~e envwusly·_of trois is close to "deliberate defiance" political trick and that these dignft.arie• some way to find out just how much SOCial_secunty, old-age pensiOns, and relief and blurted out that they are "headed wer• probably dupes. of the loot they hauled down from agencies of lhe Federal government and for a hard time at the hands of gov-1 American ta~paye~s was donated. to !~~~ ~:::ea~dm~~~lf~~~:=ca.:::; f~: b~o~~~~~ er~~enft~·. . ~~~~eyt~~e~~~~:~- t h a t a no~ay!~ ~=Y u"7nC:~ ~~n~g;,:Y~,: 1:e~~e,:erl~ ~~~d Truman s Fa1r Deal campaign ~~~~~~es." Heavens, what a backward recen\ a_~end~~nt lets rre~d~nt ;rru~ ~~~· V.~i~:ur:l:a:t l~neg ~:tl~:~ :~:r.~::::,;: . . man s n e -?U mcome ax e uc _IOn I an even longer one in reply in which be / pi~~es~ on pnce or wage control VIOla- d~fend~d ~he hc~mmittee and its conclu:-.ion• Supreme Court Judges Hold Jobs ti:em;;-i~~~~:.·~~.~eni:e~e~:r:l 1~anxg w•;: .:~ ~.,:.;. Consemtive lor Febnl- Du ' g Good Beh ·0 H f ing power was being used as a club , ary, 19~1. we published informatton show-rln OVI r. 0. ~~~~~~~~e!haen~~~ai;~sgea:i~~·!1~~\~~ !~:~:a!~-~~~ ~a~~eat~t=~~u~~~~::,' tJ~ of~~: D~~~~~o~ta~!s t~~~~o~~~!u{~~~. Why Must Appointees ~~~~pae:J ~=k~eW :~ui~o~~s tt~o~v~s~~ ~~:~::ti:~s nume-ous Communist front &Y- ~o~de~~?~eo~~~i~i~h~e;e~i~~u~j ~~~~ Always Be Suspect? vo~~iswfs0 ~~-e first time, within our en~'; t!s~~~;~o;utth:h~~-ei~id:~~ ~!P~1; behaviOr seems to be a dead duck. Regardless of 'Mhether or not Senator knowledge, however, when one of the point any Com..ru ttee which was not loaded In recent years, individual members McCarthy's charges about loyally are tech- gang openly boasted that this power down wHh radicals. of the Court have been guilty of prac· nically true, it is obvious to the most obtuse was being used and he has probably tically every offense a~ainst public person that Phil ip c .. Je:ssup has pJ;:ryed been called down for talking out of 1---------- ~~:a:~c~~~i~~g~~eet~~~~~fn~h~f cl~l;i~: :~or~~g ~ii~h e~~::.~w~~~;i~~~::e;;d radicals tu~~-st who does this Hollywood up· Pericleb, the ancient ruler. of 1ative authority, conniving in the theft One would think that, according to the start think go\'ernment officials are Athens, \\·a_s repo~ted ~o be so hght of State property and providing char- law of averages, the president would come anyway that they should threaten and close-fJ ~ted :-vith hls ?"'n. money acter references to traitors against the up with a nomination now and then in to use the internal revenue depart- that he carr!ed fishhooks tn Ills potk- ~~~::~~~~\a~~dye~~ne of them has ;~:~~-his selection ~ould be above sus- ~~~!:s t~~~~pon to punish those who :~h:~ t~:t ;;~k~~n~pw~~~d ~~~c~au;:J ge~r:n i;;1~rs~~cean~ill~~~kb~gD~~i: hes~:~:~ :;:n:ou~~ ~::::1 ~o h:o!~:;~·: is ~~~=-?~et~~~~~d at~~l"~~~~har~~~!~ ~:~~~~~~ r~~thh~u;;ia~l~~~d~eh~;a:,.e~~ las that the United States should rec- as a representative to the United Nations sentative government in which the that he 15 repor~d to 1 hav~ paid ~he ~~~~~tr~~i~;~~i:iro~t~i~~·ki~r~~haniJ ~~~~~-loyalty to his country • was unchal- ~~r1gl:ts a~~e t~:rv~~~!~r:h:t"~h:l~~~~~ hf~~Je 1~dgo ~~ t afw~~;~ thnou;~te t~; torturing American boys, is right in Not that Jessup wo-uld not fit in and be to petition in redress of 'Y~ongs has N~"': Dea~- and the Fair Deal v.ere line with the thinking and utterances right at home in that odd assol'lment of not yet been cancelled offiCially, and ongmal ~Jth Roosevelt and Truman. of Supreme Court judges ever since humanity with their queer quirks and off. that the American people will sayJ---------­the former high standards governing colored ideologies, and not that it matters what they please about price con-appointments to the Court were let much who "represents" us there. trois or any other subject under the A we11·known left-wing col umn-down and the bars lowered to per· sun which affects their interests ist "ho follows the "party line" ~1to~hl~~e~~gahne~t~~~~~fjncr~~el~sn~~ in opening the gat~s to these rene- act~t~Y ~~~:'~~~r J~~~rt~ssk~g~JfT~t~~ ~~iic~}lo~~iY ;:~:P!~i~; T,~Y~~~~o r~~! Ru~:it:~ ~~~~~~fs[e~~fi~~~0~n°fl~~~ ga~~! 0!u~~;s~~o~oc~~~~t Red China ~~~e~~e ~1w~o~~r~~e~1~e l~x~~~n~s~ ~~~~k~r=Ftd ~~~e c~~~uv')~~~~ls' i:~~~rss ~~~ by Roosevelt which started the Red was an offense against decency but those who oppose price controls. 1f mini~tration. The columnist provided trend in this country that is resp?n- it was no more harf!Jful than .~a_ny ?f this is true. every t:ne_mber of Con- t~e laugh of the year ~y adding this sible for the elevation of persons hke the other extracurncular act1vttJes Ill gress who voted for_ Jt IS unworthy to mfty: ''Far more damar:tmg and costly Douglas from obscure anonymity to which the unpredictable and irrespon- represent an Amencan constituency scan~a l s were brought out in the high office and it was perhaps only sible members of that body have en- and should be defeated the next time Hardmg administration than any~ natural for him to see nothing wrong gaged. he comes up for re-election. thing thus exposed under Truman." tr Pogo 6 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE October, 19:n Atlanta Editor Says Marshall Housewives Inspired by Vanity In Retrospect Teapot Dome Was A Shining Example of Honesty Octob.r, 1951 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Pago 1 BUY YOUR FRIENDS A CHRISTMAS PRESENT NOW! 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Na ,;,~ ·········· · ····· ··· ···· •• •·••• St reet ~r Box Number city--·-- - ---- - --- - ---· ·s,~i~ MY NIGHT y the Editor Last night at dinner l had the pleasure of entf:'rtaining my old friend and associate in youth movements, Joe Louse, who informed me that he is planning to announce as a candidate for Congress from his S1ate in the 1952 election. In discus~ing potential issues of the campaign with him, I was impr~sed at: · •!ways with his thorough understanding and profound knowledgt ~: \- o{ legislati ve problems and ~pecially those invoh ing social rel01.·ms. 1 . I was equally delighted with his cl!anning new wi(e who, ~ ~~e:~: 31~0~eq~feti~~~~;~er fot• ht-r husband, pedorms with effl- 1 l ike to see young people bEcome active in poli liOI!i and t. 1 especially those wi~h qua~lica t iops :;.imilar to U10se or Joe I .o u.~e who has worked ""W tl b vanous youth groups and in other cultural J =~~v~~:es in several countries during his brief but interesting I feel lhat his contact with the young people or the world, toget.hcr with his experience in social service work, will f it him as a capable and intelligent lawmaker in the event he is elected and that hifi understanding o{ social values and human relations will more than offset his 3light handicatJ i-n not being able to spe11k tht En.~lish language. After all, we are moving toward World Governmf'nt and when this is achieved, there is a strong probability that we will be forced to adopt an international tonl(ut which will be acceptable to all the peoples oompo.sing our Global S1ate. Tonight at the meeting of the Gf!,neral Assembly oi A..malgamated ('oont.rif>S, we are hoping lh:~~t peace and harmony will prevail in contrut t.o an unfortunatt oecurpnceatourlastse.ssion. In world confe-rences which are hetd for the ~n ol hum;~n welfare and participated in by those of ·widely diverJent intere8U, lt ;. Inevitable that violent cla<thes of opinion will lake place. However, some of lU thouRht that the Russian deie-gate, Mr. Dnn.it rov Popolf, went just a little bit too far when he knocked the Bulgarian reprf'stat:~tive down, kicked him in the face and spat in hLs $)'e. It seems the difficulty beiween the t'tt'O diplomaU 1;l..aried ut'lier in \he evening during a brief re<>esrs when Mr. PQpoff accepted a drink ol. clear liquid from lht Bulgarian delegate under the ilnpre~·Hon that it wu vodk• but which turned out to be Kentucky moom;hine. Taking this deception aa a deliberate Insult to the superior product o{ hi!! O'>'R country. Mr. Popoff later earrie-d t.he matte•· to the floor IJii the Assembly where he demanded a public apology, the cz.pulsion of the off~nding del egate from all sessions of Amalgamated Countries and two additional votes for Russia in all future drlibera(ions. Failure CYf the deolegate5 to act on the matter quick ly enougb to appea~Se Mr. Popoff's wounded pride preeipitatffi the t.Uack whitil might have Pnded more seriously for the victim If the meeting had not been suddenly adjourned and th t irate Russian led away to a waiting Cadillac by his secretAry, a Ukrainian blonde in a mink coat. While a personal encounter between h\·o deleJlale~; la regrettable o( cour.st>, I think that it only emphasizes our need for greater tolerance and understanding of the various temperamentli and personalities of those who make up our world group and it is my feeling that Mr. Popoff's outburst wu merf'ly an ex.ample o! the universa-l urge toward world peace. (Copyright 1931 by Ida M. Darden) Pogo 8 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE October, 1951 The Prophet Daniels THE ADMINISTRATION WHICH HAS SPENT $332,000,000,000 San Antonio Woman Deplores Makes A Prediction lN SEVEN YEARS CAN'T AFFO~D UPKEEP OF SOLDIERS GRAVES Propaganda For Degeneracy . In an article in the Arneri.can Maga- the I~i~~da~~a;ende~~e \I~~~/"t!~e~~fo:t~ta~~~ie~nid~~~~~ee0~1eto i~evr~~i~: "Many ~eaders or cc.rtain ne~spapers ztne recently Jonathan Damels of Ra- tinguishable from another, have invaded the sacred precincts of the grave and magazmcs are growmg steadily mont leigh, North Carolina, wrote that and are now carrying on their equalization program with the dead. nauseated by the apparently planned pnr Harry S. Truman would be nomina- Recently ~n. order we~t. out r:om Washington that the little white paganda which !Jaunts the shame and de. ted by the Fair Deal Party in 1~52, f:~~se:h!y~~~~~~~1 i~~0~gh~1~1~5d!:~h1110fH~~~a~~P~!i~On~u~~~:t;:;1~:~~ gcn~racy of some white wom~n .wh.~ m~rry that he would accept, make the uce lost their lives defending what they regarded as the liberty and individual ncgtocs and bear mulatto ctul.dten wlltes and be elected. freedom of Americans, including that of the barbarian who issued the Domthy Ransom of San Antomo. Just like that. sacrilegious order.. . . . . "In a local paper the othct· da}' was In discussing the ways of the New thing~h~n e:~~t1e_j'~:t" i[~~a;h~~og~~~~~~iv~n~o a~a~;~a~~~ ~~~~o~p~~~~~f tft~ the .photograph of a negr~ boxer and the Deal and Fair Deal politicians and wooden crosses in Hawaii's climate. trag1c statement that .he 1s th e 'son or a their capacity for capturing and hold- . And so the Army has begun to remove the crosses and ~epla~e them negro soldier and wh1te English mother.' In.g public of:ice, Mr. Daniels spe~kts ~~~~e r;~~1ftg;en~~r~;\~ ~~d\~:t~~~~ ~~li~~~~sg[aair~· 0\h~1::b!ot~~~~~-~~~0t~r; ::lo'~~ilt;Ja~if;·aasnda~~:~~.:r c:i~;tograph ot wrth a certam amount of authon Y buried in Hawaii and that the headstones over each shall be "equal and for he was one of the outstanding uniform." ''ln a recent edition of a national maga. discoveries of an administration which This gesture of economy comes from an administration whose wanton zine was a picture of another racial deviate ptum~edt:he depthshinf~~ e~:~~~~r~~yd f~~tas~~~J~;go!ft~~l ~~~~fo~ta~1~7~Isf;a~i~~esnJ~~~st~~wb~~f~~ii~a~l~fd~~;!~~ :-:t wh.ite won~: a:dar~~~:er b::~:: ::~ co:~·:: •:~lsec:~.~;c members of hi; ized I1°:.:'~~~i~~;,. an administration which has dissipated $332,000,000,000 :~;~o~:~;·~;,;~~:,'d'L~~:~~ n~l~;:;~ :.:~:. tshta[f t.h~ "Chi~f" al:::t a~::;~~~~~l~ ~~h~e~~~ey:!~~e~s i~gf~~s~~e~;~~6s2 ~·~~;3h~~d:~n~n~y n\~~~t~;~w~ef:ses~1\~! zine carry similar revolting stories. e mrmmum rn me Republic's exrstence. "Today, to the disgust of decent, seJf. and was careful not to turn up a~y It comes from an administration which has misappropriated public respecting people, the same local paper material which might prove potenhal funds by the billions and diverted them to every un·Constitutional and serves us the illustrated story of a coed competition. illegal purpose which depraved political minds could devise, including in a ?.'lidwestern college, daughter of .o.n this bas~ the yo~~g ~~~~~dCa{~ milli~~~ f~!~~~~~ v~~~P~~e :~:a~~{~cs~as~f o~~~?:i~~! a;e~~~!~o~~~le~hose :~p:a;~~:.~ ~~~i::~t~~~)~~of~:t ::~~ ~~~~: ~~~~~~ ~=sbr~ek~es~ a 3 nd report to the ~~~~~to:str~~m~h!~e tt~~t~u~~tu~J~~u::tht~re~h~~e~~r~i?d:~ :a~~!~~~~~~ (u:. disregard of morals, fam~ly, race o~· sel£. White House. Europe Where tyranny reigned should demand the truth as to who issued The frequency With wh~ch such ls~ues He was eased out of the Truman the order · ' are forced upon our attentl.on would mda· .:~~inisftrat;onti ~h!~ere t~~n sr~n=ff~t ~:~~g~~~t :ouci.~l~~o~~!a;~~~:~ .~~a~l~:! aunn~ w~e~. 0 as s~oe,:;e o of h~e!~~~~~t~s ~~~ No Potatoes Are Served What Is A Constitutional ~~~"~~~ • .'~~.~"~~:~·~~~: :~~i~··~~~. ,;:w~:~ vately confided, he. . P t p A d f A f • d I and gradually assume in society a place Jess ~~~-e tfne~~~:;c~t~~nsst~~ict~ty s-;.;;:.e At Brannan Breakfast men men mong nen s. abhocccnl than lhey deserve. prime requisites for employment. . Recently an amendment to the con- :'They seem designed to f'ncourage and It seems he was given the boot In Austm last week some of the stitution o( the United States was br·m·g about the acceptance of the abnormal for putting his ~oot i~ his mouth o~ce rubbish, riff·raff and tag-ends of the adopted pr~vi~ing that the president ~~~~~~:n :~ ~:1: ;~~~~:· r!~e t=•~d ~~:n~~~!u;:~ too o(~encu~~~mmw~~~~ f~l ;:~:~~~11 Fair Deal Party in Texas gave a break- shall be lim1ted to two four-year bui.lt by them over the centuries. For ~~~~3 ~~g~~rled as his own special p reroga- fast in honor of Charles F. Brannan, terms. . 1;~~;: we can thank the New and Fatr tive. Secretary of Agriculture in Washini- In wrtting the amendment, some · ho~:ve~~a{~dleaa:~ua~~ul0t~~ ~~~l~;S~ ~~i1~h~v;~t~~ofa~~:P ~:~:P;!~~io~o~: ~~: ~:~~~~~:e:! ~~~1~\: t~reo~~~~~~:~~ so~~o:e.~:,~~ .~~n:eN~:no~:tth:01;:ia~~~=l initiated' bv Roosev~lt, a~d improved American taxpayers $450,000,000.00. when it _not only should have applied ~~~e t~=~~:~~~t~~a~n a~~lee~~=~v:s~~~: ~~P~~:; ~~~~rs?Y J:~e~a~~ ~~~e~h~~~ ~h~;:t; It was believed that the reason the ~:e~h~1a1~~~~t~:~~ti~~: should have upon God·s work." Fund and in which mrlhons of govern- guest of honor was entertained at 1hls lad) 1s cxptessmg the opan10n of rnent employes are con~cripted as breakfast instead of luncheon or din- In other words, all o~ Truman's ever~ de~ent, .self respectmg Amen~an m ~~n~~~~;;r~~~rr:!sy~~o~~ [~:ird~~~~~~~~ ner, was 'to ~void ~aving potatoes on :~!ioc~s~st~t:st~:n :~d h~~s ~~~:agrar:~t:~ ~~: i~ot~~~·;r,7~~~0~~ ;~f:;~nt; c1:1:~.~~ P~O:. ~~i;~ds and acquamtances on electron ~h:~~~n~e:~~~~rn:;f~n:a:~ ~~:v~~i:: assumption of power, should. have ~~r:;ol;!~~·a:~t~a7n d~~sen~:w:~td ~~~re:~~!: Perha s it is this first-hand know· boners of an administration which been cancelled out and the office de~- form. The mind of any ~hite p~rson who ~!J led e or the inner WOrkings Of the SpecializeS in Stupid blunderS. clared VaCant. a p~rly t.O SUCh a~ act ,IS as d!SCa.sed as If \'J~lie o;?;~;!~ti~Mir~~~es~sfr~~ t~~ In the absence of any courtesies or veJi~~e t9e5~arh~er;~:ar:. . w~~ ..~ a~( r~~ ~~~~' ~:·~~~;"~'.~:·:,~ ~·:~" w~• •~ ,~~e~r n:~~ ...feel that he is entitled to write with consrderabon to Texas on the part of terms, he is not morally eligible for Js psychJatllc heatment. authority and assurance. the Truman administration to which a third term and in planning t? m~ke Our opinion or editors or publications hi We dsin~~rely hope. 0~ cou;s.e \~~! i~ed' f~~utl~e ~~~~ ;;'~~~aft~.~~n~h~fa;:~ ~~: ;fa~~t' i~fe~~ :t~~bee~~~\;d~~~~~mg ;~:~b~~d n~:ss~::~i:~~~t~~s a t~~;c,~{ ~~~·i:: w! ~:e~1 \~~~s !~e ~~0 joi~;d ~y a;! it up as their central theme. But he is insensible to .ethics and of ~his pape\ 1 buih the character who .is :~:::~c~~~~t \\~~0 ir~:s t:eefi~r:o~m w~! Failing to furnish a satisfa~tory ans- ~~uel~ ~!u1s~e an~:~s~~n~~!11!~~~dw~}c~ ~~;ec;l~~~~~;1 si1n. :n.co:~.~;~:g o;~~~P~~~~:r~~ taken apart, piece by piece, by the last wer· to the governor's published in- higher degree of political morality to :.nd .. conufht ~~~ctlceJJ 1 ~ ~u~. ~~Pt~s~nla­two admini.str~tions and who want to quiry ~s to what, or whom, they were hesitate ~o defy popular sentiment ;;etheo~nil:d ~~~:~s r~~t~~t w~ov ~~:~ :~reionshtuhonal government re· ~~:::~·~:~~~:::~~~~~~~~~c~~~;0I;J:~;; an~d~i:~:~a~~=:a::~el:::e h~vee ':::: :~·~:~~:~~.:h:~,:~P::~·~~m~~ :~~:·~·;~~·:, For, believe it or not, there are of mink coats, bribers of government vinced him that he is indispensable without any limitation due to race. nation· millions upon millions of Americans officials, connivers at theft of State and why should a little thing like ality or religion, have the right to marcy :~~ l~t~~o:i~e~~v~~¥on~r%n;~~o aw~~rd~ property and appropriators o( income ~h~o~~~~utional amendment stand in and to found a tam~Jy.'~ if ne~essary. sacrifice ~heir. life in de- tax funds. He is possessed of that full measure raC:h!:tr •. ~~~~~ec:n:~~~t~~n,!~k~~e huma!l fendmg and perpetuating lt. Scattered along the outer fringe of egotism and vanity with which On the other hand, unfortunately, were a few females who apparently God, somehow seems to endow smalll---------- there are also millions like Mr. Dan- came along just for the meal. men to compensate them for their iels whose regard for their govern- diminutive stature and it is easy for And Where, Please, Did State ~~~n~~~s~~~~~f~~s ~~h!;r~:v:fp~~~~~~ fo~~st!~· ~~:h ~~~~~:~~~~e~st~~;:~ ~:~ s~oal~r~~t~~~: 0/~~s s~~~~~m~i~~~~ Deportment Get This Authority' ally recetved from It. virgin minds, whose b~ai.n has never }~r ahi~o~o~:i~tu~~ml~~~e~fhit~e people in:~~~o~.;::~~ t~·;t ~i~:ss~~~tte t~:P~~~::; reJa~-~ ~~~m;!-e~!~~for7~~~~r~~~~~a1!~ been assaulted by an ongtnal thought. p is 9pending over $2o,ooo,ooo to control a final and fatal catastrophe from They wouldn't know a principle of :~~:~~fs:s·i:~~i:nu~:~!~~·~~a~;_,~ magazine w~:: t~:t~:p~~~:pco:~du;:t ::;:::: ;~:;~~;~:~tc!~~:n.:~:lla;~: d~f~~r~~c: ko~:n~to~e~=~~~:~~~~g ofhi~o~~~t D:~ Eight milllo? dollm ol this monoy went his victory in a spirit of gratitude to between the Ten Commandments and figure out some way for the salva- Lo the mov•e mdustry, Mr. Lewis charges. be e":p.ected ~rom th~ beneficiaries the Bill of Rights. lion of the country fr~m .Socialism. This probably explains recent editorialt of polthcal regrmes whrch had accord- He has proved that he IS big enough of ours in which we pointed out that manr ed them an opportunity for notoriety But they are "loyal." all right. to forget party lines and enter into periodicals were following the Moscow and attention which their natural any sort or practical arrangement to Party line and that films in Hollywood 011 talents could not have commanded They always follow the leader, no secure a patriotic American as presi- "racial tolerance" were inspired in the ln the open market. matter where he leads them. dent in 1952. Russian capital.
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