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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 3, No. 11-12, November-December 1952
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  • Darden, Ida M.
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Transcript S.c. 34.66 P.L.&R. U. S. POSTAGI PAID Permit No. 1665 fort Worth, l 'exae OUTHERN ~SERVATIVE -To plead for a return of Constitutional Government- Vol. 3 Fort Worth, Texas, November-December, 1952 No. 11-12 AMERICAN PEOPLE DEMONSTRATE THE POWE OF AN t AWAKENED AND OUT AGED ELECTORATE TEXAS VOTE SHOWS THAI TRUMAN HAD NOTHING "IN THE BAG, EXCEPT WIND The spirit of patriotism and devotion to country which' sustained Washington and his army at Valley Forge was summoned forth by infuriated voters to rescue the For seven years Harry Truman has nation in its hour of Gethsemane. humiliated, insulted and robbed the More Than One Record people of Texas and bragged that their Is Set In Election tote was '"in the bag" for any candi- The number of ballots cast in the na- Having stuck our neck out as far as it would stretch during the past date the Fair Deal might choose to tiona! election on November 4th set an three years through our editorials in the Southern Conservative in an all· ram down their throats. all-time record in the number of Ameri- out attack on the Fair Deal, we have the elation of spirit and serenity of When Adlai Stephenson, during the cans participating in electing a president. mind to be expected following the action of the American people in deliver­r ecent campaign, came down to the There was another record set up in con- ing a death blow to Trumanism and its attendant evils at the November State with his quips, his clid~es and nection with the event however, which election. !his Harvard accent the cocky little transcends all others in importance. Blazoned across the bottom of the fro nt page of each edition of our Communist coddler implied that the A short time after the votes had been paper has always appeared this streamer proclaiming our belief: "Millions fair Deal nominee was wasting his counted and the Republicans had been of Americans think it-The Southern Conservative says it." The election iime. Texas, he said, was "in the bag." shown as having swept the country, Eleanor results give substantiation and authority to this slogan. Heretofore the president's position Roosevelt stepped down out of a plane Our service was only that of one of many sentinels warning the Amerl· would have been well taken for the following a trip to some place or other can people of danger to our form of government, our institutions and \\'ay people of the Lone Star a e have in some part of th-e Western Hemisphere. of life a:1d, in the rendering of it, we diC\n't pull any punches, wear velvet been patient and long-suffering and A reporter immediately asked her what gloves or employ elegant and diplomatic language. !lave made concessions to Democratic she thought of the election and she re- We fought with fist, fang and claw and if there is anything discredit-l> arty tradition which, in the final plied "no comment." able to Truman, his political confidence men, his fellow travellers and Com-analysis, has amounted to disloyalty So far as we can recall, or find out munist sympathizers in Washington that we failed to say, it was because we to Texas and its interests. through research, it is the first time in his- didn't think of it and the omission was not intentional. tory that she has refused, or failed, to But at long last' they J·ust up and express her opinion on any subject. You can't flush out polecats with a perfume atomizer and we saw no heaved back some of the insults and reason in starting a newspaper back in January of 1950 unless we felt we !brickbats in the form of ballots which fAIR DEALERS ARE had something to say, knew fairly well how to say it and were not afraid ~nowed under Alabi Adlai and put the to speak out. $tate in the Republican column for Well-meaning critics at the time gently reminded us that we could the second time in history. DOWN BUT NOT OUT catch more flies with molasses than with vinegar but we told them we In 1928 when Texas defied tradi- . didn't want to catch any flies. tlon and went Republican on an issue Over the !adw and .through the We were concerned only in swatting human insects who, under the pf religious intolerance, there was .Press suggesb?ns are bemg showered guise of "Liberalism", were steadily steering the nation towards National Jittle public rejoicing and very few on the Amencan people about the Socialism and, inevitably, World Communism. 1}\'ould ever admit that they voted the course t~ey ~h_ould pursue now that And so we let go with all we had and if, on occasion, we shocked our GOP ticket. the elect~on IS ;over. readers we hope, at least, that we did not bore them. Accordmg to these evangels of But that was in the days when the political peace and good will, every- It has always been our contention that the heart of America is sound Pemocratic Party was still the Demo- body should forget everything and and that, once alerted to danger, the American people would summon forth ~ratic Party. There was not a Social- the victors should throw in with the the same courage, fighting spirit and patriotic devotion which attended ist in a car-lot and Communist sympa- losers in one big, happy family. Washington's tattered army during that dark and cheerless winter at Valley thizers, fellow travellers .and parlor This is so much bosh, bull and Forge and that they would battle to the death for their country in its hour pink~ were unknown outside of New baloney. of Gethsemane. )."ork s Bowery. The slap-happy Fair Dealers, while The complete, total and undisputed repudiation of Truman and his This year when the State went Re- still staggering from the sock in the hand-picked candidate for the presidency at the November electron is full publican again, there was dancing in eye given them by the voters on justification for this confidence. the streets and leading State officials November 4, are already plotting to While the overwhelming vote was partly due to the personal popularity •nd life-long Democratic voters alike re-assemble their shattered forces, put of the Republican candidate, the victory of political morality over corrup­bpenly rejoiced at the victory. another Socialist in cha~ge and try ~ion rep!esents no man or set o~ men, no class, creed or political party but for a return engagement m 1956. IS the trmmph of all good Amencans pitted against the threat of a Totalitar- They never had it so good and they ian State to replace a beloved Constitutional Republic based on the eternal EXODUS OUT OF WASHINGTON ~ot it take~ aw~y and ~ow they want principle of a government of the people, by the people and for the people. Is LIKE FLIGHT FROM EGYPT It back agam .with no sign of repent- The degenerate State of the Union which has prevailed for many years The long trek out of Washington has Already begun and Fair Dealers are re­ilgning and scurrying out of the nation's ~apital like rats deserting a sinking ship. By January, the exodus is expected to resemble the march of the children of Jsrael in their flight from Egypt except that they are not heading for the Promised Land. :k They're leaving it behind. !~ •'They ain't got it so good no more." Most of them have to go back home and ltart working for a living. ance or ~rom1se o~ reform. . wa~ .brou~ht about because the people surrendered their stewardship to There IS no n~t.Ic~able evidence .. of political dictators and the most fatal mistake that could be made now would sh~~e and hum1hation over ~he 1!1· be for the citizens to take the position that the fight is ended and for them effici~ncy, waste and corrup.twn m to sink back into apathy and indifference once again. Washmgton and no expressiOns of . . . regret over attempts to wreck the . To as~ume. t.hat a~l fellow travelers! Socialists and Comm1:1m~t syl?path- American form of Government in 1zers ~re Ide~tif1ed w1th the Democratic Party would be to mv1te disaster favor of a Socialist State. to stnk~ agam.. . . . we don't particularly believe in Wh1le the Infiltration of the Republican Party has been much less, the holding resentment but on the other Wor~d Planners who have directed the political policies of all nations, in­hand, neither do we favor opening clud~ng ours! for many year~, have made converts in both major political the front door, embracing and extend- parties ~nd m .all groups which make ':lP the American. scene. ing a hearty welcome to chicken An .Impartial study of the C~m.gr~sswnal Record durmg the past several thieves who have just robbed the hen years Will show that many Socialistic proposals found their way into the house. (Continued on Page 2) ~illions of Americans Th"nk It--The Southern Conservative Saysh Pogo 2 THE SOUTHERN ~TIVII November-December, 19.52 ONE OF FIRST STEPS BACK TO CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT IS REPEAL OF SIXTEENTH AMENDMENT AMERICAN GOVERNMENT PAYS COMMUNIST HISTORIAN TO DENOUNCE UNITED STATES It ls generally conceded that a's C ld S .11 A disgraceful example of how the<>---------- - ~t~ft~:i~3~rl ~~~~~~%:nifi~~~t;~~~gofc~h~~ B~ecvoe~:o: o:~ocr:~ ~e~ee;:;s ~~;e:ff~fa~t o~~~:o:~s e~fe~~ ~:~a~t~d c~om;:~~~s;7:lobody told ua Six_teenth amendf!Ient to the Consh· Many people think that Adlai Steven- 8 zone of activity where it has no busi- They probably forgo~ to ask him. !~~~t~tu~{o~h~fU~~~~dw~it:~e~i~~~ ~~= '?" w~s :~dnestly "drafted" and that h~ ~::~e orst~co~~!t~~i~nf~!l~u~~o~~Kc~~i~~~ ha~~~r:~a~nb~~end ~i~f:f~u~!dth~h~~o: :;a~~~tt t~~ ~~~ze~h~c; ~:~gr~~,/evied ~~~:e~~: pr~si~:!t~ant to become a candl- has j~st c_ome to light.' f;~~~~h~e~~;~n~v~~n~=~~~ !~thh~h: This is the amendment which pro- . ~C t~is Ji true, and w_e doubt it, a great er~~~~t ~~~i=~oinU~~:!a~~a~:d;roe~ deal who had th~ intelligence o( a ~~~~~if~~c:s t:~do~,~~?~~~~s; ~f!~~;~~ ~~~~~t~~~d w;i~. dt~neiiv~'mup b~he th;~!er;:r~ ~o~i~~~~h t~;;b~~kb:tu:e~ois~ ~~r~~~ ;~~;i~:~ a~~tr~q~~~~~~ ~~~~~i~o:s ~~ ~~:re~~~~ti}~!io;h~~~hol~~~h t~a~artl~~: ~~:~id:~t.mmols to make the race for ~~J~rc t~c~~~~s t~~d J~~i~nli;!~~\~s ~~ he~ee?"had discoyered that ~he boo' become a dangerous instrument for He was a5su~·ed by Truman, lead~rs of authentic history o( the world. was crammed With Comm.umst propa• oonfiscation of private property. ~~:b~:::: h~~~~:ta~:to~~~a:e:;~:~~c~~~; Of ~ll the people in the unive~se ~:~a .::sd ~~;i~~h! ~;:~~~sf~~e~: "The Congress shall have th~ power certain In view of the twenty-year lease who r:ught have be~n select~d .to wnte nounce it. to lay and collect taxes 0!1 mcomes the party had held on the White House. the ~~s~ory •. what did our bnlhant and After the disclosure, the fuzzy-wit­from whatever sources denved, with- . patnohc ~~p~omats in Ger':"any do ted officials responsible for lettin~ sr!t!f~~~i~~~~~i ~~~~a ~~ea:;v:~~~ w::tc~~r~~::ha~n~d.:~:~ ~=i~eadn :~k:a~;o~f~ ~etmb~~~;s~~o~h: j~~~murust Party i~eci~~~~alic~e s;a~~~~k~~~~~ it~r~~~ IUS or enumeration". own State of IlhnoJs. Of course when they were caught, off gathering up the eleven hundre These thirty-one words comprise the IC he avails himself of the benefit of the t?ey ran true to form ~nd screamed copies already in circulation and try• entire Sixteenth amendment but they facts the ballots pointed up and accepts like a banshee ?nd ~emed that they ing to stop. further distribution. are among the most fateful ones ever the premise that the ~a~ority of Americans knew that the htstonan, Arno Pete~s, This is anothe! . miserabl~ c~se ol written since they dangle an irresist- are opposed to Soc1ahsm and that the author of the }?oak was a Commumst government stupidity so thick It can ible temptation before the eyes of rights of the States must remain a funda- ~nd propagandist for World Commun- be cut with a knife or else anothel greedy lawmakers and constitute a mental principle of the Democratic Part~, ISm. . . example of traitors on ~he payroll. 1trong invitation to power-mad poli- he Is yet young enough to reverse h1s Summed up, the 1 r explanation We can take our chmce. ticians to commit grand larceny. course and get back on the right track. It Is now conceded that a grievous A • p I :\:~t:~e::~e~r:h~: ~~ ;_7~~~ngw~! New Hampshire Paper mer1can eop e f.laced on the amount which could be Adopts Our Slogan (Continued From Page 1) .~~~~d ~~~t gbeen~r0a~~~c~!J~ed that this is :V~e~~~!nn::~;:;~~:~~::7::~:~r::;;: page~~! ~~~;t!}~~~0~o~:v~~~~u~~;~~~~~~tt~~~d~! ~:~~~~~~~s v1~~;es on A movement was begun in 1939 by Ind•pcndent. the tally sheets at the ballot box.. . . . . :~e s~~~:~e~~eT~=p~~~u~~ilt~rs ~~~~~~ Recently they came out with a .strea~· usur~;tr:;;~k:f ~~~v~~st~~c:hethpea::n~~h a~f x~::i~a~ ;:!~~~~n~0~~~~~10~ef~~: ment and since that time many other er aero~~ ~h~ top of pag~ four ~1th lh1s dreamed of in the history of the United States and which must never be organizations and groups have joined slogan: Mtlhons of Amencans Th\~k It- permitted to be re-instated again. in the effort with the result that the the Kearsarge Independent Says It. It is the end of an era touched off in 1933 when unscrupulous politicians job is almost completed. This sound~d sort of familiar t~ us and came to power and seized upon a temporary economic emergency as an ex• sli~~~~~f ~~~ ~:y:n~e~l;;'e~:c~ }~~ T,~~~ :~g~~ve;~:~c~u~:~s wb:e~ou~~u~~a~;:o:: ~~; ~fs;u~~rc f~vs~~f~ir~gf~~~~~1~~ti~~ ~~ft ~~:~~n~e7rt:! ~licies. un~e~: the-~· thirds of the State Legislatures to papel tor yeals. It repudiates the Idea that a Ch1ef Executive of th1s nation 1s a supreme submit a proposal for its amendment We are very llattered that our "trade- authority with inherent powers to take official actions not delegated to him to the Congress which in turn must mark'' should have found its way ao far by the Constitution and its restores the fundamental concept of this country submit it back to the St~te Legislatures from home and landed Jn the columns that the people are the masters and an elected official the servant, and not for ratification by three-fourths of of a good newspaper. the other way !Ound. . . . . their number and It then becomes 8 It emphatically demes the nght of a president to declare war Without part of the C~nstitutlon. United Nations Fails ~~~e o!f(~i:~ ~~~~:i~~ ;~i~~eC~~!;:::y"~~r~~;~e:~:g~iJ ~~~~~%tl ~~~;t"~~ This. means t~at thirty-two States • cision or by arbitrary action in taking over a business concern during a must first submit the amendment to In F~rst Show-Down strike Jn order to increase wages for workers, and Influence votes ln a cam• Congre~s and that tbrrty-slx States The United State& went into the United paign. ~~~te~l.nally ?atify 1t before it is ~:t~~~g oan ~~:P a~~~s~ti:e~~:~s 1~0::; by 11~0~o~!~~e~~a~~S:SP~~~v~i~~~it~o;;::!~o~n~ :~~;:se~~latg~v:-ar:~~~ Through the quiet and effective work together in unity tor peace. administration operate in the interest of all the people and not a chosen ~~rkg~~:: ~~~;:rhi:ex ~~~:~il:i~ How has it worked out? few ~i~~a~a~g~t;~~gn~n~0~~~istakable denunciation of the practice of plaa-them, twenty-seven States have al- The Korean War, or Police Action, if ing Communists in government positions and a demand that our foreign ready passed a resolution demanding you prefer, is the first occasion In which policy be based on the security and protection of the interests of the Amer­that Congress submit the amendment there was an occasion lor this unity to ican people and not dictated by considerations whose objective is the ap-to the States for ratification leaving be demonstrated. peasement of Moscow. ~~7 :!ri~:t~!e~;~:~c~o m~os~~~:t~ 5~~~ u~:;e N~t~o~~~t~n~~~:t;~~~n:tfth: dete;~~~~i~; ~~~k~~~i~~ ~ff~r:eo~lct;;~~;t;~;e.~:~~~:e a~~~:! ~f~t~~~~~ti~ job. are fighting in Korea and their combined Commumsts m h1s agency and whose association with known fellow travel• The substitute amendment which Is strength there represents about ten per lers has shocked a~d alarmed eve~y patrio.tic American in this c~mntry. offered by these twenty·seven States cent of the total fighting force1. . It was a warmng to leaders m Washington that the Amencan people ~fm~~~uth~f 8~~u~~~~e~~ :~:~~~:~; . No~ o~y .:h;t ~ut. one tf the Bi.g Shots ;~ee~~~~~fe:g!~:i~~~et~~~~teti~~n~~nt~~t~:~~;:n~~fi~~~s u~~?es~~~~i!~ei! levied to a maximum_ of 25%. :at~!·~ :~; ~~~~~~o~s tS:Pr!~~ ~:: :;u~Uraeb::xfai~~~i~o~~tm~:\~~~~e~o :tn t~~d~!~~!s~n~~~i~~n~~~~~1 As most of the leg~slatures convene are killing Amencan soldien. and constitutional government restored. early ln 1953,. we will glve as. much Some unity. It was a mandate to national leaders that the fundamental policy ot :g;c:u~JseJ~~~~~n\~g81nd~;~:~;. of • ~~~~~~ ~fN~.~~h;~~~h!~Y ~~peua~~c s~~! f~~~~=~m\':,~s\tsb~,:~sfo~~~~d.~ We will reproduce the propo•ed The Un1ted States Is economic policies shall not be abridged by Congress, by the Supreme Court ~~e~fa~:sn~:~~a~~v~o~h;et:~:J. f! Not a Democracy or th~o~~~~:~u~~~t-tail rider or a bandwagon-hopper, we do not pretend order that our readers may contact It would require fifty years to undo all that if we had been allowed a c~oice of a leader for the next four years w$ members of their State legislature and the harm that bas been done to the na- would ~av~ selected General E1senhower for too many of his social and discuss this important matter with tion's economy by the last two National econonuc VIews parallel those of the opposition candidate. them. Adminbb"ations, but there Is one step . But ~e fee~ that the overwhelming support given him by all classes an4 -.-. ---------~~~a~ ;:~~~r ~u::;.en in ihe ~orrection ~~~~~~~~n~~~~~d~~~ ~ft~ o~i~u:~~~~~~:~~r::i~:m-;~~h~~;:~:r c~~~~l~t'i~ me!o;eg:~:: :.e .:::r: =o~~=v=:~ h T~~ c~~~re~h ~ tb~ u;ite~t ~tal: rr:il th!k~au~:,:r~~~~~~~r~~~ ~e:evs~i~~e f~~~r~~~ r:wa~s~~e pte0op!~~d ~ regard cowa a~ sacred animals and the al- ~e~ubl~ce an~~ot ~ ~~:~:c/:!d ~~~is predecessor.has reduced it. • !:~~.:~r!m;~~~e~~:s:O:!~:? coo~' a: ~~ohv:l:n~:n~a~\~ :~=~~i::s t~::e!~rm ~nd ~\~~~;e~~o~et~~~ ~~ ~~~z~n~~rC:~:i~n~i~v~~~~~~~\~owb~~i~~~sU::' ply the same rule of law to the Mobam- m 'Va~hmgton and m ma~mg sur7 that they do not commit the fatal erro, medans with four wives and the American ~ot only Eleanor Roosevelt but many of falling asleep at the SWitch agam. \\·bo ~~~·l •.ure that one wife. is ~ol too :;~;;: ::ooutu~~~~: ::; t:h~t :e~ ~: of c~!?m\~~ %~a~~:n:~~ ~0f~a~~~t~: ~;~~:r:r:~~ fo~ntth~s ~= Pa~v~i~ge many! ThiS nry pertinent mqwry was mooney, and have helped .to make this word i~g of the ~eri~an people during the past three ears and ~at \he w:rt ;~:~:.~:~~:: :e;~~r;:r~:Wty Young :~li~~ ~~i~~~~. offeru1ve terms In the ~v:h~:et~~~~ ~Y~~~ued cooperation to the end that ~e may continue t~ stay "ovember~December, 1952: TH! SOUTHERN CON5ERVATIVI Pogo 3 Members Of Notorious Communist Fronts Were Among The Group Which Wrote The New Bible FAIR DEALERS SCRAPE BOTTOM OF BARREL TO SET SPEAKERS FOR ADLAI STEVENSON IN TEXAS ·. "l'o'Vi'l''•''~ lO'VolO'""'VT'""l'Q'lr1'r.l. Vano"UT"-=="-'======== Pogo 4 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE November•December, 19S2 The Southern Conservative ~~::~':e ~~ :,~:::id A monthly publication of editof'ial opinion with national circulation. News dispatches from Washington an- INVESTIGATION INTO UNITED NATIONS PERSONNEL STARTS RASH OF RESIGNATIONS AND WINDOW-LEAPINGS ~;;n~~r~~a~_w;:;mhaen I:i~~sd~!~c: i;e~:~ou~ thJs~re!l~a~~=~o,t~v: s~~~\~~~arg~nn~ tl TriiJtlte Front A. ---lda-M-.-D-ard-an-, _ 1 d_U-or-- ~;,:;:~oo per month and that ;, all he wm !ers:a~~~;s~~=t ~~:a~i~;\~~nN~~~~~a~:J c::!!':'~o~::',!,~!~~rCahlorn;a Port •:~~;!~IT~::~ce• Flatiro~h~~~d:~2089 be~:l::/oet~~~~v::!~ ~ard~a~i~it~;.Y ~:~:::. ?Jes~vo:;dm~~~%~~~t;i~~s~~~et~~~eftt~ we .. have received this expression_: . . It seems t~at the American ta_xpayers =~n~~~~~~- atm of brmgmg peace to paplerh~~~~c:l~';:sd:;a~asetv~:arh~~a~nJ y'~~: Prlc• $5.00 Ptr Yaar at last are gomg to have to pay h1m only fortunate enough to have a copy fall inte ..:~~r~ :~>~~ :'~~be!nr11~~~1'ril ~ 3:!ost~:t •ub- what he is worth. We_ have battered a~ay at the. sub- my possession, but the October edition With the millions he has drawn hereto- pect In almo~t every Jssue_ ~n~ hsted means more to me than any other. a.nt wlthowt cott to "'''"b'"' of Con1rm, fore however we imagine he has enough the Commumst Front afflhahons of Mtmber• .:: !::!: ~::ij~D!~;~c'loT:OVtrno.... :~~sh~:e:;a~~~~at he won't have to fall in ~~o:::r~=~itc~~~s a~E~~~~-~d :x r~~~~~ is "!o~vm ·s~~=pi~fg t~~~erm~th;~~t;v~~-~:s s~: man Rights Commission m Pans. the bleak and desolate silence or the Ahelplen1porrowcondriftwiththewin.d ~1---------- These representatives were Anna Korean Hills' and_ my _feelings tow~rd but it tohs on eos.l• to fly ogoin.st the atorm. Congress Missed Its Chance Lord Strauss, Eleanor Roosevelt, Chan- those \\hose b~ngh~g mtstakes sent htm ~=========:ITo Impeach Harry Truman ~~~~ ~~b~~\~~o~e;:~~ea~~gKh;~~i~~ th~::· i:a;us~e ~m:::ed~ntil the election The Tenth Amendment To Americans will not forget that although in subversive political circles of the and we do not know whether there will The Constitution of The Harry Truman reCused time and again to United States and the world. be a change or whether we will continue United States: release records !or the information of We have written thousands of words the same type of appeasers in office \Vho Tht powers not delegated to the Congressional Committees who were try- of condemnation o( the international h:we brought us to our present unhappy United States by the Constitution, nor ing to smoke Communists out or ?overn- screwba11s who make up the personnel state, but so Jong as there are Americans ~~i~:t~:.t~! 1~a~~s t::sp~~~~~!lu~r!, r:~ ::~·ai~:. was not so scrupulous durmg the ~~s~~~ptYo~itegf ~~~frns H~fm:~ic~i;~~~ ~~~ ~~~~ ~h;ayk7~wth::eatis s~~~1ldho~: .• ~aid ln his frantic and !utile effort to get Commission is typical: If They Refuse To :~' r~~~:;:·~ ~~;~\~\:,~.e~wd;;:~:~;;t~~· ne~~::.~e~~ert;J ~~~~~rt:~d ':i~~~i~~f Incidents Which Inspire Answer They're Guilty ;:~:~ he thought it would serve that pur· ~~~or:Jul~~:t~~t \~~~~l:sin :h~ab~=~= A Blush of Shame · t th t c d to grind out a textbook on human Up m 1Hm01s a character alleged to be un~e~e~.~~YtJe;~0fn~:~~~~~i~~ ~~~e io:.:ne 1; .~":~~h:~~ eo! H: /";",!~:~t F ~~~·l~~[is \~: ;'0~~~trsoos~ii1 i~~s~~~~i: ~.~:~t~,::n1~:, 1:ot~~~di": ~~~n::~1;1,: ~i!~e~e~v~e!h~~~~e~r0fs~~ei6o~m~~~ ~:::di;rc:~~el:/:~:~~~!d Z~a:~. t e at er ~~~ ~f~~nw~~ne~e;~s Af~~~i~:rd fi~o~ ~~::S~~~~ to be white, gave the match her Jst Party they prove by their ~ery Truman should be impea~he~ for a hun- swaddling cloth until that final hour Down Jn New Orleans a Texas-born refusal to answer that they are guilty. dred ~iffer~nt reasons ~ut md1s_putably for when he's enfolded in a shroud". movie actor was arrested with his wife and Any innocent person who has not rev~~hng highly secret mformahon to serve At long last, a committee of Con- several friends in a Negro dive whic!h, aside conspired against his coun!ry by affili- political ends. gress has begun an investigation into from offending morals and decency, is a ation with a party committed to the But when the new Congress meets, or the loyalty of the United States offi- violation of Louisiana law. overthr9w of this gove_rnment, WO';Ild soon after, he will be out or the picture cials and employes_in that world body ).t:eantime some churches are stepping up not hesitate to answer m the negative and it will be too late. and memb~rs . of Its pe~sonn_el have their program and whooping it up from the and probably would no~ have. been Which reminds us of the last wish or st~rted resigmng and JUmpmg out pulpit in behalf of "racial tolerance" and c~lled before the committee, m the Andrew Jackson who said on his death-bed wmdo~s. . . . . "brotherhood." ftrst place. that his only regret was that he didn't hang ObvlOUS~y, lt lS the patnohc d~ty All of whi ch has Joe Stalin's ble ssin~ anit" wh~h~~~~n~0~~1~;nb~t f~~~tt~~~~ rf~~ John C. Calhoun. . . . . ~;.a~~e t~~lJt~~u;t~~;e~r~~na:l~e toU~~~~~ meets. \~ith the hearty approval or the the Constit~tion of ~he United Sta~es usTh~s g~~:~ r;:~~~-e~; ~:~~~o~~t ll;~~~~~: Nat~ons, back up and start all over 1 _K_rem_l_m. ______ _ ~~e~~:e~~;a,~~:~ ;~:~k:et0 ~~ei~f t~\~ H~rry Truman. ag~;nit is felt we must be members British tax collectors have just tak· In a crack. of a world group for the purpose of en seventy·five per cent of the estate ----------I To Each His Own ~:~r1~P P~~~epo:;gt~rrf~~;d~;o~!fio~~ ~~4~ '~~·~~it~·~~x~:,n:~c~r~~n~ie~ i~ left-Wingers Will Renew whose one and only. obJecbve 1s to dispatch from England. This is not AHack On Immigration Law al ~~~i:t;~~P~hgea~~i ~n~~;~~ ~~er;~ f!a"J~~! ~~':.'; ~fr!~eb::~v~~ t~~ ~;lted f:iYu;'.o~~!~~~~c .~h:~ioc~ie~e~~tt.~~ . . . end and all Amencans, wh_1te, black, And any World Planner who starts and Marx but it is plain, downright T_he heavy barrage of c_nbcJ_sm brown, red and yello~v, Will be_ left horning in on the act to set up auxili- stealing and those responsible for the agamst the McCarran Imnugrab_on alone to atte!ld to t~elr own busmess ary organizations on Genocide, Human governmental policy which authorized Act may. be expected to get .heavier and to associate with whom they Rights, International Labor, UNESCO it are depraved criminals, of the same as left-wmgers try to demolish thts please. or similar tripe, should be slapped morality of those who rob with a mask ~;afeguard against foreign subversives. There have been more millions of down before he gets to first base. and a six-shooter. There is nothing in the bill to which dollars spent on this one issue by -------------------- an ood American could object, but World Commumsts. than on all other • • th~seg who are attacking the measure i~~s~~e ~~.~~~;e:~~~~hi~~~A~~!~~~~~ A Blank Page In The Book Of H1slory Will are not good Amencans. They are have swallowed the propaganda, is M k T r A h' I A p 'd I fellow travelers and Communist sym· unbelievable and a direct challenge to ar ruman S C 1evemen S S reSI en patluzers. . their intelligence and capacity to Harry s. Truman the man who finished . One of the leaders m the movemet~t think for themselves. ore the National Democratic Party and . ~f the late Ge~e Talmage were still to repeal or emasculate this bill IS reduced its standing and influence as a hvmg. an~ servmg a~ Governor f!l Americans for Democratic Action, a political factor to zero will leave the White Georgta, mstead of hts son, Georgia thoroughly discredited outfit but From the General Cou~sel_of a lead- House in January, the most discredited w~ul_d _probably have been added to . . t ing railroad: "You Combmabon Arch- person ever to occupy that ancient and Vrrgm1a, Texas, Tennessee and Flor~ =h~~h t~~ll ;~~~k t:are~e:m~a;pi:~eran~ angel and Clever Gal: A friend gave honorable edifice. ~:v!~n~~ti~~r~~~n~a{~~ ~e~idD~~i p . me copies of the September and Oc· During the life of this Republic, we have . g . lmbver~lv~s of an_ types. tober issues of the Southern Conserva· had presidents who had no formal educa- work .a.ctively for Stevenson but h_ts Patrwhc Amencans should make t' Th h d me the morning tion and who were lacking in personal opposthon was weakened when he sa1d their wishes known to their se~ators a1f~~~ tha~yb;:~~f~l atomic explosion polish and g~ace but this in no way detra~t- he \\'.as against him but would vote and representatives in Congress m the of November 4th _ which accounts :: {;::r~~etr greatness and statesmanship l-fo_r_h,_m_. -------- :matter. for my exuberance. dPerhalipfst I twil: Truman is the first ~hie£ executive of the corruption which attended his debut . not get such a tremen ous au 0 the nation who is not only always willing . . . . . . From the prestdent of one of the future issues because with the election. and eager to compromise with principle m pubhc hfe, was mextncably mterwoven largest industrial concerns in the you lost many of the suckers for your in the interest o! political expediency but with his administration of the Federal world: 111 can well understand why beautiful left hook. But you still have is the only one who Is cheap, vulgar and government from almost the beginning of your editorials have been so widely the United Nations, 11Minnie the profane and with no_ particle of res~ect his tenure of the office. reproduced throughou,; our land. Moocher" Morse of Oregon, the labor ~:~i:~e ~i:~:gou~s:m:m~::s::d 0~on:;ene~~~: The most charitable disposition that could Keep up the good work • thugs, the remains of the Roosevelts £rom an ordinary guttersnipe. be made of the smallest, most insignificant ----------1 (except John) and ot~ers who will h') His political career was born in the ~nd eon~emptible character In public Jilt During the campaign, Truman said to push the new pres1dent to the left. shadow of the infamous Pendergast ma- m Amenca would be to leave a blank page that he, himself, was the key to the Give 'em hell, honey, and may ' '·c chine, his climb up the ladder was achieved in the book of history to mark the period ill Democratic campaign and that Dem- Lord preserve your trenchant wi' · through stolen ballots, his campaigns were which, as president ~ the United Statu, ocratic candidates would have to run inspiring courage for many yea financed by the proceeds of. prostitution, he npresented, but did not serve, the nn h\" rPrnrrl 1'hev did. come." gambling and allied underworld vices and American peo,Ple. _N_ov_o_m_b•_r-_D•_c•_m_b_or_,_19_52 ________________TH_ E_ _so u_r_H_ER_N_ c_o_N_s_ER_V_A_T_IV_E_ __________________________ P•g• S Sleek, Glossy And Well-Fed Bishops Seek Destruction Of OUR DOUBLE WISH COMES TRUE. McCARTHY the Form Of Government Under ~hich They Have Prospered IS ELECTED AND BENTON IS DEFEATED As every in£ormed person knows, the I . ;-__________________ part that was assigned the churches in the Even1ng Dresses For Last month a headline in the Southern • plan to install Communism in the United p A t . W ~onservative expressed our heartfelt ~vishes We Hope the Ag1totors ~i~~e~a~.: !:~ tb::a:~~!ur~~:~e~! o5£e~::~:i :~rMax u:oe~:~al, A~=i~~ Ambass- :~e t~~:~ti~~rdo~: ~~~~r~~;t "~e~ltd 1 ~1;gt~~ Are Satisfied ;i~:~~ ol the races, and especially in the ~:;r ~; ~;:x~5ni~~~b~::~::d~~est~: ~:uer~~ de~:~~t:~ ~:::~~·"McCarthy Is the Junior rio~=ei:e~~~7~ib~~~c:o:n~heth~rel~~~~: ~~~~ This was part of the World Plan set up District of the Texas Federation of Women's senator from Wisconsin who has delivered were lost therein, is directly h·accable, not in Russia around 1918 but which made no Clubs at Austin recently. such a telling blow against Comnnmist rats to laws in that country or actions of their headway in this country until Franklin Dr. Loewenthal told the ladies of the in government that he brought down the leaders, as has been charged, but primar­and Eleanor Roosevelt came to the White distress in his country and outlined the full force of Fair Deal resentment 011 his ~Jy to _med~ling and agitation of the racial House in 1933 and kicked off the progr~m hardships which the people of Austria head. 1ssue m th1s country. by making it fashionable to consort wtth must undergo. To their everlasling shame, some of his Left-wing wrilers and radio commen· Co~:~nits~:to~i~~ ~~~:~;:di~;ll::~c_e h~s Ro~~r:h~- c~:~~!~~n d~s~r~~s ;.~e~~-~:~t,M;~: ;~~~::nei:d c~~rc~~:~ca:r c~:~ea~~~:tho~r:.? !~t~;ri:ah~h::";hen~~~nx~e~:vea;d~~a;e: ~=t:~ ;::~~::dof~~o~~~n~~~~ i:h:~: ~ni~~~ :~~~~i";d ':::s::: ~~str;~~twas~r~~~~~ng n~~-~~ ~:~~e~\:~ :~r t~~e~~~r~s \hoatsl!~e t~:~ ~~ ~!~i:~ ~~rec~~l ~~g:.:o~~;at~~a n:~~u~o~it: ~=~~s, sc:~~~;~;r:::ys ':::;~~o~~slou~:d an~ ~~~:o~:n::id'~:·.:~ ',~~~on::P~:i~~~n~~:~ th~h:"~:p~~~:d:n~:~u::Jocity given him ne~:; imogine that natives of South Af­;: 1r~~ o;ej:~t ~~:u~::c0~~~:t~~~t~! ~~~~:~: :~;;e~ ~;m~~:tnyc~~~!:~ts~eeded them to ~:m~:; ~;~!~~·i:sr ~~~~~::t~i:n c:~~cs S~~ ;~c:~le~a;:re ofa~:~~masar~u~~va=~~u!n ~:~i~ fa~~;lli:fnsth:f Cdoo~::n~:v~1a:~::st:~ent in Mrs. Farmer explained, according to press ~~~~~n~n~t~:~; ~~~~ \i~;~r o~a;~a~~~s b:~~ ;ig~ts d as we do about Home Rule in that phase of the program having to do reports, that "going formal to these affairs" largely disregarding his own race in Wis- re an ·. . .. with abolishment of racial segregation and is a ritual with Austrian women. consin. Even so he was returned to the The d1scontent and unrest wh1ch polJhcal !~:ou~hhu~~~sh tt~s ;::ec~~~n~~p~~in~ead~~: de:i~:~h~~ :~~~~-~!k~v~::re!h~o~~u~~::~~: Se~~:e c::e ~a~~~i: ;~~~:11;~~~~d that o( Mar- :·~~or~~~ 1;:~e a~~a_::~:~~· ~;~~-r~~~~:d;~ this r~sult. . . . prep~t~ation of_ layettes for Indian babies tin Dies some yenrs ago when Dies was ~~~~u~~~s ";~e;· s~~~~e~ ~~d inab~~~cdfil~~ ly ~r~~efr:c:n d:~i~~~~~!~o7h:_a;x::;~0~n~~e~ at LIVIngston m East Texas. ~::n::~s o~~~f 0~~;cgt:~ss t!Y h~:e c~:~~~~in:; i,~~ecee~ ~~: ~~!c::':ufl~~::.•gthi;t~·o~;~~ed b~ few obscure sects, Methodists have been expose enemy sp1es on the government regarded as leaders in promoting this Truman Prepares Double Set payroll. 1------------------ m;::;:;~copalians, however, are now run- Of M~ssage~ To Congres~ co~:i: s;i;~tet:c~i~: ~:~;alt;~~d doonn'!h~o~~~ The State of Arizona. ning them a clo!C second with the Pres- Accordmg to a d1spatch from a Washmg- easy as Benton has found to his e''erlast- Deserves CongratulatiOns byterians, Lutherans, Christians or Disci- ton correspondent, Stef~an Andrews, Tru· ing sorrow. We congratulate the people of Ari1ona pies of Christ, Unitarians, Congregational· man prepa~ed two versiOns 0~ a ~essage In the recent ele<:tion, Benton was one for electing to the United States Senate ists, Quakers, and other church groups to be submitted to Congress-Just 10 case. of the first to go down in defeat which Barry M. Goldwater over the incumbent gradually falling in Jine. The first was to be sent to Congress in leaves his bill in the Senate providing for Ernest McFarland, Senate )fajority Leader Even the Catholics and Baptists who have the e\'ent of Democratic victory. It report- McCarthy's expulsion from the body, dan- under the Fair Deal. :~sg~~dm~n~~~~na:~,i~na;~n~0J~~~:~c::::~~~ ~:~mi~avpero~p:;ti:hftoti~~~r:o:~h~;.ture ec- gli'~~t~n ~:~a~~: _McC~rthy in the Upper Ml~,~~~d~:.:t:;v~n'!rt~~h!~g~i:s~t!~:~: ';::, cumbed to Its soc1al practices and soctal The second one was to go to Congress in House and Martm D1es returned to Con- we still congratulate them po~:~-~:ps one of the most ngrettable cases ~~~Ye;~~~t~~: ~~:~~~i~~~~:1~~t~~:·t~~ r~;t~1~~ ~:~!~!~e o1~~-1~\~~:i::o:~:i~:;\~o;~-e~\~~~ Senator . McFarlan~1 ":i\l be r<>mt"mhrrt>d in poirit is that of Episcopal ~ish_o~ Clinton and warned that a recess~on fs certain unless work around the clock to destroy us. ~ite;e~t;~l~u!~~t ~~s l~~llmlo~-~~hi~~"'t~;~~~ s. Quin of Houston in mv1hng that steps are taken to ward tt off. serted: ~:u~~~·: i~8~0~;t~:nii:\;,;~e~~~? c~:;~~~~ st:!ig~~:o::~::.~l~a~~eerjt!~a;:~li~~n\~~:h ~~: Women. Make Up Their "No man living can point a finger at ~s:ti~hn~~ !~:~~st~~!dmbaeny n~e~:~~:; =~~c:~~~ :;;:rii~~~ie~e~:~~isbinci::nt,:~~~~e7~sp~~~~ o.:;~on~::~m~~~n ~~:e~ h~~~usti· ~:~~; (~:~:n::t;.n~~h~:; ~i~;~ogna;a~r ~~~ to attend. outgoing Senator Ernest McFarland's his- fied their right to the ballot and have, in Hany Truman IS corrupt. He did this alter it had already been toric remark last year: a large measure, made atonement for fall· We wouldn't know anything about !he ngreed that the convention .would meet in ''No man living can point a finger at ing so heavily for Socialistic proposals in personal _angle, but it see~s to us a lot ~fhi~eg:~ti~ :t:~:d c~:srs:~~ ~~i:hew~o:se~ ~f~:ial ~~~:~~st;~~o c~:!elh~~~soc:~ s:; th~:;r~nd~:lo~::: :;'~h~e~~~men some ~~ h~:e;~~a:sha~:~~n~fm p,~;~~e:ff~ia11111C~~~ ported in the press to have induced tl)em Harry Truman is corrupt." of the time but you can't fool all the women ruption. ~·~a~a~:~:r \~~~k:~et!~g t!~s ~~~s~~~;.:s a~~ hu~;:be not, but we've seen better me~ alli:fe~:;Y t~7a:~ i:n s;~:~ation women have an~o~l:~;t:::~~~~t~o~~ ~C:~o;~~r~;o:~~ uanted to put the matter to a test. been studying frantically in recent years contempt for the Constitution is somelhing In Texas, there is a law that Negroes can· trying to catch up with events in Wash· that escapes our understanding. ~~:h::.s a1n~-~!~~font,o t~~~~ t~~te!~rc:n~st:~~ Will O'D1vyer Seek ;~~~; :~e or~~~eto0~~~: t~~:~~w:nddec~~:~ 1------------------- ces, amounts to a challenge to violation or A.notlter Hirleout? they could do about it. ' Churchill Coming Over th~t1 ::;s same session, a resolution was wh~~e:~l;sb:c~~e0~/~~~il:~o~.~~~e:baonu; wh~th~~st~~fn!i~~1,1;h~~n;;~:;~ themselves To Case Our Money Voult passed, according to press reports, con· whether or not he will se~k a new hide- While women have learned a lot in the Pres~ reports Indicate that :v ' n s I on demning the McCarran Immigration law on out or come home and face the music. 1952 campaign, politicians have learned ChurchJU may c~me to U~e Un1ted Stales !~~c~~~u~~o~~s~!n!t ~:~~~~ud!:r~e~~J~st~c: . His appoin~ment as Ambassador to Mex- ~~:; :~:e a:~~i~~;~s o;h;~et~::v~~~;le1~~ ~~~~id:~tt~o ~~~ :;:~~;:'~~; t:rbo\~~er ~:: and -u:nreasonable. hardship on so~e people, ~~:c~~e~~t i~mtho;f ;o~i~~ssp~~s:!~n~ nt~: erican woman does not hold with the "pink tottering economy of his country. espectally those m the Far East. selection o! our foreign representatives. ladies" _":'ho ha\•e hogged the spotlight in We don·t _anticipat~ that ~hurchill "iJl Jm~i~r:t~~~ r1~s:i~;~nsth~~e thaega~~~~a:r:: When an i?vestigating com_mittee _in N~w !:~ pohhcal arena for the past decade or :~~g:~t t~~~1 :e ::!t tfw:ye t~Jd~a~:e n~~~;~ ~!e~p7!s t~~~oco::v~Y b~~:h a~~o!::d ct:m~:o~ !~;: ~~:~e~~::~~ce P0:/:r~~art1::r!~ 1~:k ~:: :~1~1~o:: ~~u~:~s o:!d u:hi~~o::sli~: ~~~:~ this country by the hundreds of thousands forced to take it_ on the lam and seek a McCarron Immigration Bill ing since Kings and Queens of En~land during the Roosevelt and Truman adminis· more healthful chmate. Reflects American Wishes have no fun,ction any longer except t_o trations. Harry Truman, never on~ to let a bu~dy In an editorial discussion of proposed ~ay "me too' to whatever go\·ernment 11 Every Communist group in the coUntry, down, prompt1y named him to the high efforts to amend the :\lcCarran Immigra- m power. as well as the Episcopal church, vigorously diplomatic post. tion bill, the Fort Worth Press said in When the Prime Minister comes over, condemned the McCarran Immigration Law Loyalty is a highly commendable trait part: ", .. Despite the hue and cry this we wonder if he will bring an apology While the danger from enemy agents is but we do wish some of it had been ex- newspaper still believes that the Congress from t~e So~ialist tramp, Aneurin Be\'aD, :tym;;~~~ ~~e!~;::t~:~~~~ici,n~~:~:l i:e~~sr; ~rci~ed _ in b.ehalf of this country and. its :a~~~~e1t r~~r=~~t~~r~~thain:oz1 s~~~eiu~;;: ~~o:;ic~:su~;::u:~m:~~s :::~~~d1t1~=d re~~s:~ imminent danger from another source. ~:s~~:~::~e;t, the matter of Commumsts ~:~~· o~u:t:da; ~~ec~:~url!s~iio:~~:o~~~t:;:st: where in these columns. We are referring to indoctrinated church- On the whole, we believe that it repre- . men who live off the fat of the land and sents the basic wishes of the American peo- The defeat of Senator Kern of MJS-who are as shiny, glossy and sleek a~ a placed with atheistic beliefs in the hearts pie as to the kind of immigration this souri,_ Ecton of Monta;t~ and Cain of stall-fed stud horse as they go about domg and minds of our spiritual leade1s, there nation should receive in the future. WashmgtWl was a def1mte loss to the their dead level best to under~ine the will not be very much left to fight for. "We should not surrender to political cause of good gover~ment but in the ~O:v~ p~~spge~:~na~~n;ep~:~:rit ':~~h a t::i. Joe Stalin will have won his fight and :~~:~ie~cyl~~i~o J~r;!~~a~:~ss~~e ~:r ;;:i~~ ~~~~ofiu~:.m S;h~f~g:~n 3w~~md~~~;t~! up more to Jee Stalin's liking. American patriots had as well stop strug- nate its origins. We have had our experi- him, although a mild Socialist, has If the churches finally capitulate to Com· gling and sa\'e wear and tear on their emo- ence with poorly assimilable immigration been condemned by Truman whith in-awWm and re1ieious convictions are re- tions and brains. and should not repeat them. dicates he's not all bad. ..... 6 THI SOUTHERN CON5l!RVATIVI November·December, 195! ~owertul fiGures Fm Prospect Of Being Hanged For IF WE ARE SO PROSPEROUS WHY ARE WE Treason If Amera.,i• bse Should Ever Be Re-0~ ASKED FOR LARGER AMOUNTS FOR CHARITY! .. ~·~:ly a\·:;-a~~eA~:~~:~i~ ~~~i~ea::~ ~~!~· Americans Are fed Up WiJh A Dallas minister who heads one of the,. • ;"h~c~u~~d\~Jt'~~;:eot~~~:;cr:~ ~::~~m~hnat~ "Lame Ducks" In Gov~rnment ~~~~t ~;;s:::~"5a,;"i~t~'~:~~~~Y t~h~~~h;:e~~ ~~ ~orne One In Washington fc:om our Sh1te Department and th<.'ir de- Many persons have expressed the stron~ly denouncing those who hesitate in fiXIng TO Pull A faSf One! ~~:·~-~t ~oub~c:ti~~~d~~la;r~s~. ~~~ ~:: ;:,~: ~o~~r}~:!~~le pna~~~i~·e~~cte;:l~~Wnf;ll~~~ ~~;it;·'~;c~~~~~em~~~~n~::::ssed them for . We_can'~ h~lp but wonder what the Throurh mysterious in£1uences:, this case official family from that which has He referred to such persons as being of gtmmtck IS 1 ~ the deman~ of the Y/U hu~hed up following the arrest of sev- been employed by the outgoing ad- "a species lower than I care to associate Army that thirty-two packmg , cases ful persons Jn oonnection with the affair ministration. with". of General Dou.glas MacArthur s pa- =~tua~:~gAJn:~:~s·R~~~~i:~j !t';hneu~\a~·e ~;: at::~: t~~c~~t~~oi~~~~i~eoe;nr~f~t~i~ pa~~s ::~:edr: a~h~ig!~stt r:i~o~~e o~~~:; h~:t blr~;c~~ ~e~hey~~~~ody of the pa.-tmcnt. have largely provided the material for but shows little comprehension of the There is no doubt that within fhose 'l'hrough the influence of tha Red Dean Fai~ Deal . appoint~es and protests motives back of the hesitation of many papers lies confirmation of the black· ,r the State Department Service was not ?gamst t_hetr selectiOn mattered not people to contribute larger amounts to est story in history in which the &ndtctcd and lhe ca!>e again~t Roth was m the sb~hte~t to Truman. . constantly increasing budgets for charity United States sold Asia out to Russia. ft\)1 pro~sf'd while Larson wu allow~d to One thmg IS fo.r sure and that IS drives. We would especially like to see the 10 frt'e on thE paym_ent of a ~5~0.00 fme. that th~ new presiden_t has n? stable Back in 1933, it will be remembered, the publication of a letter written by Gen. to Tt~:reca::\;•;:e 1:~~: r:ab~~c;t~o a~:~~~:- ~ft~~~l~~S ~~ r~~ara~:;:~e~p~o~;:;~: ~::e;;~p:::i~~~yen:f dse:!~~~zi~g t~~= ;~~~ ~~~: :~~~ert~~: ~~lt~r~~~~~;e~c~osi~ thent of Ju.&tiu officials and the records of Ioll?wers fr?m ~mong l~ft-wmg and one of the reasons aiven !or adopt- which the General is alleged to h3ve Wt>ra •Piritt-d away to 9~m~~ barn in a~ Republicans dunng hts ~~mpalgn who ing this Socialistic policy was that it would pled with the President not to bring J11stern Stall' where the.~o remained until may . clamor for recogmtion. relieve local communities of t he burden. Russia into the war against Japan as brought _to light by investigating officials wi~i ~~ t~r~~~~i~~ \~a:;~~~~ ~~~~~~~~ Since .that time, the budg_ets . of local Russian help was not needed si~ce t( C'ont.:Hf;l. . Americans who have had no connec- Commumty chests have s_teadJIY. mc:eased Japanese forces were already on the tt•~~~~:r~~rt:r,!:r ~~~ ~~~~o~;~e~~:~~~;,~ic:: tion whatever with left-wing activities. "n!I::~:a!~e~e:~~e t~~j:~~ht:stmlanki!~t;~~~ ve~g:t ;~o~:~:~~s~.owed his neck and f.~~:~eig~~mr!~~~::~~~ou;~P::.~~~~~ !:: The echo of the crackpot line of reason- ~~~:au~:::t~o!1~ ·~~~;~y·~P:::~: :~~s~~;e:u~~ obe~ed thed voti~ ~/ hi\~n~rnati~~al ber~ of Co~gre11 have tried valiantly .to ing which has permitted screwballs to al- versive speakers who come into the State ::;,a~i:r:~~~w amad~ !' d:~l wit~e~taJ~s h;~: :::e::ve;:~at:u;:e f:.:~t:0 :~;r~~:~ ;eoasr~ w~:~\~~~dn~~io;:sx:sco;~:: ~:::~=~~ :~d v ~e~i;~re 1:~~~:;sii;e wah~~h ~=1m0!~;~~ He appr~ved Stalin's seizure o~ tenful effori.l to keep Uttt aase under man Wright Patman came out with a policies. Large contributers in one Texas Manchuria and arranged for the Rus .. wraps ha\·e bun made is beeaua:e of the statement that the national debt of $262,- city this year stipulated, before contribut- sia~ dictator to t~ke over Port Arthur, 4Jauge~·ous an~ explosive n•tur• of the 000,000,000 would never ~e paid and th~t ing, that none of the money should go to Da1ren,. the. Kunle Islands and Ou.ter IUppressed 4iVJdence. the people should not be d1slurbed about 1t. a certain organization which had sponsored Mongolia, m payment for entermg It it wert! Drought to light, it ii more He elaborated by saying that if all debts such speakers. the war against Japan in which Rus-t:: hilr~~~~ t!:~tl~o~:c:o;:rf~~i~::~l:~; ~~ ;a~rr~ ~~idlh;~u:i:~l:s ~~t t::v:ou~~Y~Y ,~: th:tls;e waereh:::rebe:r:s~~~:~snttl:a~e~,i:rd~~ :~: ~l~ie~~~et~~~ w.as not necessary betnK hangecl lor treuon agamst the1r ~~~~d:~t:o~~·r.to;:t;a~u~~=~~n~o~~ern would ::~~~·e~h:~dth:~:t a.::/:aec::~al~adn~t u~ er~u~~~S~~~. s;!~-~~~~fC~h~~aie~~;; -------------------- good." and friend and ally of the American KATYN FOREST AFFAIR WAS ONE OF THE l This is bard to reconcile to the constantly people, was not present. Alger Hiss increasing demand for more funds for the was there instead. poor. Russia came into the war six days We bcli€'ve all these factor:; are respons- before the surrender of Japan, never ible for 1 !IC' hesitancy in many cases to struck a blow or lost a man but O f T:r~ic~~fP%!~~i~~n~! ~~~~~· t~~mfir:~ ~Delawa re Voters Perform give larger and larger amounts to local grabbed the loot as a victor. charity drives. ~~d not to any desire to The MacArthur papers should be :~~te~~~~i~f ~~~~~~is~i~~~~. .~ ~· g~h. ._ like Thoroughbreds evade mponS>b•hty. ~~~~ ;~;~~~~t~n;a~~t~!~s0~%.':.~::~r.~: •rnment and other treasonable acts. One of the greatest blessings conferred ed in custody by the Pentagon. ~:~en;t~~~~eaJ~~~~~~~io~;. the last ~i::h:a~7:;i~:~~:?t~1~~; ~~~;:c~~~~e~~ English Poor White Trash Bite Since J. Edgar Hoover is about the But the attempt to protect Russia Congress o! Senator John Williams o! DeJa- Hand lhal Feeds Them only agency head in Washington, un-rsh t~~f~=:~.n :o~~~ ~furt~~rs b~!c::;t ;;~~~;~:gm~=:~i~t::ss~~i~~~ o:=~~t:~ in- . I_n Englan~ .which has been the r~- ~r~st!~~ ~~e~~~~~~et~ep i:s~~u~t~~ ~~ tonspiracies In hi~tory. . For 8 tim• it looked like his seat was ctplen~ o~ mtlhons of dollars from this designate a couple of FBI men .to ac- One by one, high-ranking author!- threatened by the general popularity of a cou.nhy m rec~nt. Y.ears to prop up company the documents on therr way tt!~in~rec0f~t~fu!~toro~:o~~~ ~~;~~\~ m~1Hi·millionaire Fair Dealer from wu. !rc~~~Yr~\\e:~e~,~~=~=~~c ,~~~~0:ftic~~a~f ~Y~~!rroa:s\~ t~i~:~;:::. none of them fe!ling of this atroc.ity which was com- ;r~~~!0~t!t~t, ::,::k t~~~~;~e l~:!e\~:f t~~~~ our rece~t ele~tion. And what about the papers Mr. TrU· mttte-d by the Russmns but blan~~d on oughbreds they are and we were spared The wo:st u~sult so ~ar .. recorded man is reported to have been sending the Ge_rmans on order of Frankhn D. the shame of having another upper-bracket was cont~med m the. e~ttonal pages out to Missouri for the past several Ro1sef~~~er Democratic governor of ~~~~Jist .added to our national lawmaking ~~ t~~l;~:~~n~~:a~o~~~str~~~ o~~~~~ ~~~ti~~m ~~~r at~ysegeo~e~~f~te~g!~~! Pennsylvania a"nd a special emissary a c_lose seco~d m propoundmg Totah- and to make sure that some docu· to a. r.oreign country for the New Deal tanan doctrme. ments the American people are en-testlflC~ that when he pre~e!lted e\·i- Somehow, we just couldn't squeeze ~evan.'s conclusion .as expressed edi- titled to see are not being spirited dence m t~e form of official docu- out any tears over the defeat of Paul tona_lly IS .that t~1e VICtory _of the Re- away? :;~~1 :11g;~7~fn tf~~ott~o~i~~s 0~~~s:; Dever as Gol'ernor of Massachusetts ~~~~;~n b~c~~;e~ho\~!r Ui~t~~ ~~=~~~ Such things as imp~rtant state pa-to clear the way for Russian invasion and Blatr Moody of l\1lchtgan as Uruted setback to the cause of human decency pers va~Ishmg ~nto th1_n a1r have oc· of that country, Roosevelt jauntily States Senator. Perhaps the reason and political sanity all over the world". curred m \Vashmgton m the past. t-urned it aside with this comment: for our callousness was thi remem- This human parasite whose breed 1---------- pr~~~e;;;~~ ~~~ aite~~~r:l~lofert:~ ~~:n~:u~: !~~hi~,~~~ ~~~i ;::~:~~ti~~ ~~~ ~=~ ~ufalog~dy:frst~~rf~~l::~~ There Is Always A ~~~:;.~1~0ci~~~inced that the Russians in Chicago last Juty. l ~;:~t'~:ar~\~o~~~~~:~{a/~et~';;,~~i~~~ Cotch To Everything . A )fajor Gf!neral testifying before if it serves to halt the flow of money h The State Department !n Washmgton the committee was equaliy frank in According to a press report, Ache· toward the aid of those who hate us, Pa~.a;no~nced ~hat dhe Umted States and ad~itting that h~ su~pressed evidenc~ son has informed Truman that Ameri lit will b~ wort~ .something. . . a~t~:r~~es ~:~i:~!~etO ~: :fe:~m~~th :~!~~ agamst the Russians 111 the ~at,yn ~OI- can leadership and influence in the Bevan .s poslllon as an ofhct~l _of to purchase fi£teen million dollars worth ~~t ~~i~;·~::\:eec:~i~~t hoe( ~~~n ~0~~~~~~ United States h.as been all but punctur·l ~~~~t E;~1~!~tf~v:~~n~:;th~;;e:t ~~s ~~: of nwheat, in the open market In this aet forth by Roosevelt at Yalta. ed by the electwn results. What lead cepted for its full value by those who cou try. In justification for his act of infamy ershtp and what mfluence? vote on our foreign aid program in Th1s announcement sounded fine un~ll in helping to suppress the facts this the next Congress. one. read further and found out where Major Gener?l added coldbloodedly: The claim that there is such a thing as a Bevan is a member of Parliament Pakista~ _got the money to purchase fif- •'The war Wl~h Ge~n;any .was ov~r. solid tabor \'Ote and that working men and and leader of the Socialist Labor Party. teen million dollars worth of wheat. Pol~nd couldn t parhclpate.m our \\ar women will cast their ballot according to You guessed it. ~t~~~o;;tw~~~a3t.e fr~~.'~usstans could. ~~:n di~~~.~~nlo o!e l::~ho~~ssaess t::sEna~~!~ In Warsaw, Poland, in October, the Na- We let them have $15,000,000 ~n Septem- D}~a~~~e~[ou;~t~~lt p\~~~ t~~ ~~a~~ accen~ of a ~ollywood mo\"ie star .. Lik! an 1 ~:r~~~;~r~;t :r:~~ ;:pnor~/te;~es~a~~;; ~~;i:7::c!r n~~~:.urchase of gram to meet munist spie~ and other assorted ver- other Ame.ncans, the ran~ and.·!Jie of I. Front, of course, is Com~~nist. Incidental- You can't lose-If you are not an Amerl-min. al~o did it~ ~:trt to play_ ~own borN~, umon and non-umon, win vote ly, there was no op.~sJtlon. Over there can and if you live in a .foreign country, the 11art of Russi-a 111 the atrocthes. they JOlly well p\easi. llhey shoot the oppos1t1on. lbat i..i. November-December, 1952 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page 7 EDrtlTIOXAL GROUPS WHO DO XOT PRO~IOTE lVORJjD SOCULISll LOSE THEIR TAX-EXEMPTION PRIVILEGES. On lost October 13, the Doily Worker of New York, the official newspaper of the Communist Party in the United States advised its readers that, unless they con­tributed $50,000 between that time and January first, the paper might hove to cease publication. It added further that its obligations were so pressing that a good port of the $50,000 must be sent in at once. Although the Doily Worker is dedicated to the ob­jective of overthrowing the American form of government, there is not the slightest doubt that the money demanded will be raised and since the paper is still going strong, it is obvious that a "good port" of the amount has already been put up. Our objective, on the other hand, is the preservation of the American fo rm of government and if we hod our way every individual a dvocating the overthrow of our gov­ernment would either be put beh ind bars or given a one­way ticket to Russia . And yet, not only would we not hove the temerity to demand any such amount of money from our readers but we hove been deprived of substantial financial assista nce we were already getting, through a ruling of the Treasury. While permitting groups and Foundations which ore known to hove mode grants to Communists and to hove subsidized movements for World Socialism to continue to enjoy tax-exempt privileges, this agency has arbitrarily withdrawn this privilege from one who was supporting publications dedicated to the promotion of Americanism, including ours, and thereby forced its liquidation. If you ore engaged in promoting Socialism and Com­munism, it is education and you ore entitled to tax-exempt privileges but if you ore concerned in preserving Ameri­canism, it is propaganda and you ore not entitled to such privileges. There is nothing we con do about the ruling but we hove on abiding faith that there ore enough Americans playing on our team to insure that the paper does not suf­fer from this indirect attock by on agency of govern­ment which makes its rulings without fear but not a lways without favor. th!e;ea~:~e ~::!~~ ~~~~i~;rSu~~~~;~~u;! w~-~a~:a~e~:n °~it~~;~; ;:~,~~~ti~; ~~t~i:~ MY N J G D T ~~::;!ig;~;:uc~:~:;i~:i~e~ t~:ti~:si ;:y~ ist~ation of~icials of the United Sta tes are By the Editor the nation's security is threatened by per- ChJang Ka!-Shek and General Franco of At dinner last night I had the pleasure of en lertai ninp H V('ral re presentali\"es of 10ns of question:~ble loyalty in that body. China and Spain. And yet these are the a social service group whose members are touring thE UnitEd States in the interest We have said that so often that it has only two outsta nding governm{'nt h{'ads in of two wonderful rehabilitation projects in the South Padilc rwunded like 11 broken phonograph r('eord. all t~P wol"ld who have opC>~ly ~o ug h t Com- This group is seeking !unds !l'Om ph.ilil.nUu:opic AmEl.i..caw. 10 be \U.~d in the PUP-Many Americans have already forgotten ~u~~:;;~s~~~ =~~~~~0:~:~~: ~~d~~= lv~~~~ ~:~~~a~c:u:-~~:j~~~i~h!~: ~~~e~~~en~:i~~sh:~~e~: :~::~t~:-~!ti:: the name of the recent candidate lor vice Jean people. tive volcanoes to provide electric power for washing m11chines in president on the Fair Deal ticket, who was the huts of Hawaiian pineapple pickers. • willing to _sell out the principles of the From a woman subscriber in Jacksonville Before launching these movements, this group had success-i:: p!e :!~~~~~a~::. Al~~:mnaa~:d ~~: s;:~: Florida, who has done her share to let th~ ~:~!~ ~~7:11~e:sta:J~:::t;~~~a~:::eF~:~~ea~i!~a~~~~e '~~i:=g t~~~ Sparkman. people of Florida know about. ''My Night" being used to subsidize a chain of beauty parlors in Weslern Ari- ----------l :;:ndth;a:eorut:e:; d~:~~::::~v~~rou·~~:~: ;~~a!o::!:n~urpose of providing free permanent wa,•es to Hopi . If any one wo_nders _what ke~ps in!la- Florida with fine resulls." I was deeply impressed with the vision, social consciousness t1on constantly 1~cre~smg cons1der this and humanitarian impulses which dominated the thinkin of the e 1 •;at~ exam~le Which IS one o.f thousands they discussed these and future plans which, when put i!to oper:ti:nou:n p~~::ul~ 7: :ar:~~~:rh~:s~~:S~c~h~h~~~c:~:u~u:; JO OUR SUBSCRIBERS :re~~~: ~:~d f~~r~hich the people of all nations may Jive in peace, 'prosperity and up 210,000 pounds of frozen turkeys in the Southwest in order to prevent prices from dropping, So far as Trygve Lie's resignation as Sec­retary General of the United Nations is etoncerned, we'll buy Senator Pat McCar­ren's suggestion that this step was taken, not for the reason assigned by Mr. Lie, but because of disclosures already made, and yet to be made, by the Senator's in­vestigating committee. gi~~f:~~~~r~.:i~sft, ;;:: ~t!~ b:i However, I feel that in this country we are very far from the goal which has beea subscribers to the Southern Con~ set by Amalgamated Countries in its program for global W(ial welfare and a few servative and we would be very nights ago I was forcefully reminded that we are a back\\-ard nation in our treatment glad to have those who are be- of underprivileged groups. hind on their payments to send Following my lecture to a womans cultural club in the Hell's Kitchen area, I wa1 check. informed by a lady, all of whose relatives have been on relief for many years, that We hate very much to lose a various members of her family have to undergo unbeJi.evabJe inconvenience and di~to subscriber but the cost of print- comforts in their weekly visits to welfare and other agencies to collect pensions, un-- ing, together with the neat little employment insurance and other benefits to which they are Entitled. I was amazed to learn that some of these agencies are located on the i&cond floor increase in postal rates recently decreed by the Truman adminis-tration in order to provide of buildings and that no elevators are provided for the use of relief clients which money for such essentials as in- means that they have to walk up twelve or fifteen step6 and, in some caaea, must wait Since the American voters put the Fair vestigating the "mental health of as long as thirty minutes before being waited on by those in charge. Deal machine back in low gear, the stream the Hutterites", makes it impera-of profanity emanating from the White tive that we send the paper only Also, there are no rest rooms or recreation lounges provided for those who may House has noticeably slowed down. to those whose subscriptions. are want to linger and visit with other relief recipients to di.M:uss matters of mutual in~ paid up. terest and to exchange views on the operation 9! our !;OCial !ecutity proerams and uFrom the standpoint of our na- \Ve hope that subscribers ap- t? suggest methods for their improvement. tional security, it should be noted that preciate our position and will I was also informed that in no case was there a nursery provided to take care :ell~~~-:::~~~~~ncea~ ~~tal~~~t~ind~~~ ~~~~~ra~~ bJec~':::~~g flrte!~~; of children of mothers who may want to rest, relax and onjoy a eigarette before r• gerous as 3 knowing conspirator. From Otherwise, we will be unable suming the grueling experience of convincing some private eharity group of their t he standpoint of Joseph Stalin, he to send th eir paper, after t his need for clothing, food, gasoline, and other necessary provislonfl. can be equally frmtful merely by edition. Previously, 1 had been advised by the corresponding stcretary of the Ladies Aux~ serving as an unwitting instrument of iliary of the Southern Sharecroppers Union that the allotment of snuff and chewing c~smu~sj :.kkery~'-Fr.~;n Report Next Edition In January tobacco formerly allowed them by local welfare agencies bad been materially reduced 0 ena e u lCiary. ommt ee. As always at this time of year, we by untrained relief administrators with no understanding of social probletnJ. Virginia voters replied rather convinc- are issuing two editions in one and . This latter com~laint has been r~ferred to Amalgamated C<l~tries for consider• lngly to Harry Truman's assertion some- devoting the intervening time to the h~n and proper achon by the CommJttee for the Cultural and Soc1al Advancement of time a-go that "there are too many Byrd's subject of primary importance to all Mlgrant Worken. In ~o~gress" and _from their action. in re- publications of the type of the South- So long as such negligence and failure to properly provide for the physical and ~~~ll:~e~e wit~ll' th~e~~e:~~t e~~t~n~ e~n Conservative-fina.nces for ope_ra- social. requirements of a large and important unit of our iiociety ia tolerated by ~he the other hand, f~lt that there were too bon of the paper durmg the commg Am.erJcan peopl~, we cannot hope to take our place as a leader among the progre ss1ve ~any vultures in the Truman administra- year. The next edition of tlle paperjnat1ons of the world. tion, will appear early in Januarj. (Copyri8ht 1952 by Ida l!. Darden) .I I l'•g• 8 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE THE PARTY OF JEFFERSON AND JACKSON DIED AT THE HANDS OF ROOSEVELT AND TRUMAN November-December, 19ft
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