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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 3, No. 5, May 1952
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Transcript TnE SouTHERN CoNSERVATIVE -To plead for a return of Cmtstitutioual Goveru111ent- _vo_I._J ____________________________ F~o~rt_W_o_rt~h,_T~ex~a~s,~M~ay~,~19~S~2------------------------------~No.5 WHATEVER HIS POLITICS, GOD GRANT US A PRESIDENT WHO IS MOTIVATED BY UNDIVIDED LOYALTY TO HIS OWN COUNTRY A Monarch Who Has Outgrown His Crown "Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad." Against a backdrop af political corruption domestic and foreign enemies have chiseled away at the foundation of our Republic and only through the election of a leader whose The imbalance and maniacal frenzy which attend Harry Tru­Americanism is unchallenged can the structure be restored. man's p~blic utterances and official actions with increasing intensity :~11~~~5\1~~~. for yielding up his office draws near, have again been Delegates to both ttle Republican and Democratic National Conven- This time he has thrown down a challenge and snarled defiance lions to be held in C:hicago in July will face the gravest responsibility ever at our American form of Constitutional government which was entrusted to authonzed spokesmen of the American people. brought into being through a war which dethroned another Imperial On thei.r select.ion of candi~ates ~ests ~he. future course of the Repuhlic Ruler whose power to dictate to the American people was halted as a soyeretgn nat10n and then· chotce wtll msure that we will either be when Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown. led dun!lg the next f~ur cri~ical years by a president whose official action!l The latest presidential outburst was a blast at American law- are m~bvate~ by an unpe_lhng sense of loyalty to this country or by one makers f~r ~~vin_g passed the Tidelands bill through Congress by who wtll contmue to fundton under blind allegiance to an alien ideal. heavy maJOrthes m both Houses and his sympathetic audience was Like the spider web. on the flag. of the United Nations, a pattern ot compos"ed wholly of "Americans for Democratic Action" assembled treason has been. woven mto the fabnc of our national policies which <·an in annual convention. ' only. be broken If men selected as standard be~re~s of their respetlive He properly designated the Tidelands affair as "Robbery in parb~s are not bound _by ,ties of gratitude and obligation to those whO have Broad Daylight" but pointed in the wrong direction in putting the co~tnbuted to the nahon s b~trayal or have not been a party to legislation finger .on t~e criminals who epgineered the steal. which has helped to accompltsh it. Ills vo1ce was that of a frustrated Dictator speaking to post- . The two-p~rty s~stcm is an. integral part of the Am<'ritan plan and a graduates of the school of political thought in l\·Joscow where properly ~hmce of cand1da~es 1s a recogmzed American prerogative, hut long-suffer~ rights were knocked out by the same deadly blow that felled human mg voters ar~ cnlttl~~d to feel secure in t~e knowledg~ that, in either ev(•nt, liberty and lowered the siatus of the indi,;idual to the level of the they are c~stmg_th{'ll" hallo~ for _an Amenc:an whose ftrst tonCC'rn is for the beast in the jungle. so\venc:y, mtcgt:tty and ununp~tred sovereignty of tlw \.h\i\t•(\ Stales and . l:"oc Stalin !:olds t!le Rus:)ian people in abject sla-very today by not for the socta\. and economtc well:a-re of the wor\d at \a.n4e VIrtue of the same system of one-man government which Harry burely if the ~vars, stri_k17s, co.rruption and innumerable tragic errors Truman now seeks to impose on the people of the United States. of two global-consc10~s ad!111~1str~t10ns have taught us anytt:1'ng at all, il is A failure; of the C<;mgr~ss to oy.erride the .president's expected that. complete and fmal liqUidatiOn of our form of government lies in a veto of the Tidelands btll w1ll constitute a public confession that its contmuatwn of Internationalist leadersihp, whether such leadership bears members have abdicated their Constitutional office as delegated the Republican or Democratic label. representatives of the people and have cowardly capitulated to the For twenty years we have suffered the tyrannical domination of two same form of Totalitarianism which they have appropriated untold Socialistic, world-minded presidents whose combined policies have junked billions of dollars of taxpayers' money to repel. the Constitution, trampled upon sacred American precedents and traditions Harry Truman has nothing at stake any more. and have deadened the public conscience to the extent that we accept the He never had anything to lose in the first place except his job prospect of complete repudiation of the American Constitution and the and the support of the Pendergast underworld machine which launch- surrender of our sovereignly to a foreign world government with none of ed and sponsored his political career. the bitterness, resentment and fury which would have inspired our fore- Those attributes of patriotic pride in cherished American insti- fathers to take up arms and start shooting. ~1~~?~; :~~i~i~~~:eJ0u~~1 ~~ee~~~l~~f~~ ~~c~~~~~~e ~!1rh ~~:ee~~;~t~~~ Jitica~~~~~~~i~y b~v~~~~0 br~~~g~1~maebs~~ct ~~~r~~U0~r ~~li~~~fs~eodm!:n~~dth:nd:r Constitution which have been the impelling motives of most American the aegis of presidential protection, it has been easy for traitors of Ameri-h~~~-~~~~ ts, are iffipulses with which he is only familiar through f~r7~~e~c.!o 0~vro~~li~l~:~~?~:;e:~~~e~~t~i~~ssl~~t~~\~~~~it'~ ~~~~~ef~j~n~~~n~~~ The American people and the Congress have all to lose and noth- subversive world pattern. ing to ~ain .if elected representatives in Washington cringe, cower Some of the tragic consequences which have accrued to the American an~ ~h.nnk m ~ear be~ore the arrogant ultimatum of a power-drunk people as a result of the abandt>nment of American Constitutional govern~ politician who IS on hts way out and whose parting words defy their ment may be summed up brrefly but its deadly impact on the liberties and legislative authority, mock their official dignity and publicly brand economy of unborn generations is beyond human power to compute: them as nothing more than White House vassals Thousands of American soldiers, the exact numher of whom we are When members of Congress assume office, they swear to uphold not permitted to know. are now lying beneath a white cross in Korea be- Constitutional government and the manner in which they meet the cause the president of the United States called a war without Congressional history-makin~ test before them will decide whether they fulfill, or sanction as demanded by the Constitution, and even without approval of repudtate, thetr sacred oath. the United Nations in whose name it is being waged. ' ====================! cons;;'i~~~r:u1~~~it~~~fJ~~d%i~~c~r ;i~~aH~~~~~ ~~~t~0~,;\i~::f;~~rs!~~vi,o':~ State and private p_roperty without due process of law. in the grand man- Found: A Federal Judge Who Rules ~~;au~ ~h.;d~~~:~:.~~·:~~~~~o appropriated the houses and lands of Russian A ceo rdi ng to the Constitution rounJ~~ ~~~~ss::; i~h~ae~~n~;~~e o~,~\~~er~l~~t~/~r ~~~~~"\~.:t~T~:;~~o:~:~ and authority in a centralized body and a small group of men. Our contention that It was human to be the acorn acctdentally uprooted We have witnessed the degrading spectacle of government demanding ly imposSible for two preSidents of by a blind hog that only members of Union Labor be employed in industry, of Federal the Umted States to make appomt- Judge Fme was appomted to the wage-~ixing and price control, of certain groups subsidized for the purchase ments [or twenty years without stum- bench in 1944 by Franklin D. Roose- of thetr ballots and of the machinery of government being operated in the bling on an honest man has oeen velt who always named men to judie- interest of minority groups. with large blocs of votes for sale. vindicated. ial positions not because of their Vfe have seen the taxmg power of Congress employed to punish the The Honorable David A. Pine, Fed- knowledge of the 1aw but because of enem1es an~ reward the fri~nds of the Administration a~d to redistribute eral District Judge of Washington. their willingness to interpret the Jaw the \~~allh ~~ acc?~·dance w!t~ Karl Marx' theory of uta~mg fro~; each ac- ~~sC~i~~~~~ttr~l~~st~~~:io~ha~ ~~~~i:r~~~ ~~~i~!11e ~~~~~~~ 0a1n~isth~~ci:!u~~: ~;~ cord~~ tga~~s :t~~~yh:r:le~~~~"tyt0a~~c~o~~~~{~~ga!0 o~1: ~~~~;~1ment was to appropriate private property, seems (Continued on Page 7) • (Continued on Page 2) Millions of Americans· Think If .. The Southern Conservative Says It Page _2 ______ _ THE SOUTHEFIN CONSERVATIVE May,~ Korean Farce Proves There Is Still No Substitute for Victory Now that the negotiations in Korea· --- - rr~'c~ 1~:~!ic~n~r:~f~~n t~Pha~~d b!~~ Labor Unionism Is As ~~~m"un~~~:th~~g ~~~~s!::,~~owtht~~ Vicious As Communism forces, it is as good a time as any If the American people can forget, to refer to some past history and for a moment, the tragic implications pertinent data. of the confiscation of the steel mdus· In the Congressional Record of try by the president, they will acquire ~:;,~~af~:~fg":r;d ~r~i~~~;:r~ ~~!N ~~ct u~?,~~~t~~~~n~h~~1,f :~;ect~:~~~~ recently commander of all UN Air long ago. . . Forces, In which he declared flatly That fact is that Labor Umorusm that General Douglas MacArthur as currently endured in this country would have decisively defeated the is as vicious as Communism and there Chinese Reds if his superiors had fol- is little difference in the two opera· lowed his advice and let him alone. tions. In an interview with newspaper cor- Philip Murray and all others of his rPspondent Lowell Limpus, General breed who have parlayed the labor Stratemever said that the opportumty movement into one of the vilest rack­to win a smashing victory had now ets in history, are public enemies ~~a~~g ~~~n "?ril~~J?ee; =~~~s,b~n~~~~~ ~~0e~~ci~a~~:s Ei~te~::fs~ !~e d:cts!~~f. lngton. cal with those advocated by the Krem- UJf MacArthur's hands hadn't been lin to accomplish the same end. tied, we were prepared to pulverize Joe Stalin has repeatedly urged his the Communist airdromes, supply followers in this country to brmg Jines, and depots so completely that about strikes in essential industry at thry never again could have mov~d critical periods in order to create con­any large number of troops or eqmp· fusion and chaos as a prelude to the ml'nt southward," General Strate- installation of Communism here. meyer said. . At the same time, if any of the lie said that Washington had bed workers in Russia would attempt the the hands of both ~!acArthur and same tactics, they would be lined up Jhl~way until the Reds built up their against the wall and shot. forces so that the golden opportumty The obvious attempts of Ameri-for ~1ctory h~s passed. . can labor leaders to carry out Sta-ff this realization is heartbreakmg lin's instructions provide a degrad­to Americans ~'·hose only interest in ing national spectacle which is only the matter is m seeing peace re· exceeded by the participation of the stored, think what it must mean to the president in the nefarious plan. mothers whose sons ha_ve been laid Truman is the little boy who by ~e;;;~thG:n:r~\te ~~~~~~~e ~r:J ~':?r f~s~o~e~0~:i~s o~n~ a~~~;,~~~aswi'::: -perm\SS\~~-~~~~nd \h~ wal bec~~~\v\!s nonS tO ~n USed it:Opr:;~ati~~}~r ~~~ •ny subsllli'.!f for victory. ticipated fighting on all fronts of the world. DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES OF THE SOUTHERN CONSE~VATIVE The rollowinq principles on which the Southern Conservative Is founded will appear in the paper from time to timet Those o1 us who are responsible for i11itlating the Southern Conservative ple•d guilty to the charge of being hopelessly old-fashioned •• we love our own country with a bfind and passionate devotion, above all others on earth. We find ourselves without the slightest desire to change our form o.f gov· ernment to conform to foreign ideologiH or to attempt to r•shaPtl It m the Soviet mold. We are convinced that those who founded this Republie framed the great. est instrument for the government of men ever devit:ed by human mind Wewishtodeny, before it is made, the chargethatwearesubsldi:r:ed by any special Interests or that our undert1king Is just another scheme dreamed up to 1ttract the support of big business. In our discussions of State and National Issues, we shall show no mo.-. partiality to the Tycoons of Industry than we shall to the Czars of Labor. In fact. we seam to ramamber that soma of tha biggest busines~ men in tha nation fumed up with labor union racketeeu In playing ball w1th !*'• New Deal when that a~::onomic atrocity was r 4 ing the crest and have continued te string along with its mora vicious counh-part ~::urrently administering the gov­ernment in Washington. Tha courage, integrity and patriotism which 1ust be commanded. if the Republic is to survive will not be found exclusively among representatives of big business or leaders of labor unions. It must be drawn from that vast group of average Americans w~o ask nothing of governme.tt except that it secure them In ·their Inalienable nght to work, to uve and to keep a reasonable share of the fruits of their toll. We are against the domination of government either by big busineu or big labor and we maintain that favoritism to either group on the part of • State or National administration is un-American, Immoral and • flagrant abuse of power. As to political affiliations, we acknowledge allegiance to neither of the two major parties. As presently constituted, both are so shot through wltfl radicalism IllS to render them Incapable of resolving tha serious problems confronting the R• public. We acknowledge our indebtedness to the courageous and patriotic Coali­tion Bloc of sound-thinking Oemocnts and Republicans In both Houses of Congress which has prevented Communistic influences from complete dom­Ination of our Federal government. inco:;.:::,,0fir;~:!n'::,~e a'n':Jk:!.';r!~rd~"n~!'~::~~~t :~7c~:~'!~d'_.w~~~~e.~~ that taxes should be levied for purposes of revenue only and not to punash the r ich, reward the poor or redistr ibute t he wealth. !t~ ~iE·~~:~s·:~1~~:*,i::,.;~~;~~~nts~~~~:~~~:;p:,:~~;i:1~~ ==~ Ina votu to perpetuate themselves IP power. Mrs. Roosevelt We Ita unequivocally In favor of Free Enterprise as opposed to go .... rn· mant ownership of business and insist on the re.sponsibility of every American He is also the lad who has given to seak to impro'Vt hit social end economic condition through Initiative, anergy sympathetic co·operation to the labor and thrift rath., than leaning on the arm of government for support. unions who strike against essential We concede to avery man the right to work and the opportunity of profit· industries and retard the defense ef- able employment rqerdlna of whether he does, or dOH not, belong to a labor Advises Education Hra. Roosevelt refers in her syndi· fort after the money has been wrung union. uted column to a provision in the inde- from the taxpayers to carry it on. On the other hand, we claim for the employer the Irrevocable right te ;:~::t ;:,::~~· :::;o2::!o:.~~. ';,~~~;t~ str1~:s :~~ a~~~~~;bJ:rmo~f~~~in~~ ~~ri:.~!~~~:~:~· :;"~:J;;;1 w~~~f::. instructions from eny gomnment •••••• ;~~;.;~t ~~~ h!~'~::::':~~:~:~·~;:.~ ~:~::! ~~~i~t;~~e~ ~~v~rg;=~Mr~~;'~a~~t •••• ~· .~;' :.~-:. ·;r!~~. ·;:~~~:'':'.: i:~~~~~:;v·.!~~l: •:;.rnr:~~v:h~r~ ~:::i :;::lyh~~e ~~t~;;.Y~ver some of them prac- tioned by the administr~tion, we =~:~e~~;o:~r=~=:vE~;i~=~sr ~~:~~~Pa~~·~::ri~~~ r!:~b!i;al~,!~r~:t s~~fi "ThiR means investigating 8!,1 kinds of {~0 ~~~.~~Y~~~~~~~yh~~~nn :~:e :r0~~ These are the santimanb of the SOUTHERN C~SERVATIVE end al· ~~:u~.:•ri ;;:;;;t~.:O~~~~· ,t:o~:~~i and do a little striking of their own ::;h',"~.~ul:.d..'~.~.;"'),!~:ri~.~m;;i.;~):,:~!'':!'. •:.~~~~~~~~·~~::.:: :~.~~! cost us more for such investigations than Perhaps then, members of Congress apology to any man or Mt of men. u would cost to educate all of us 50 that would develop a little iron to replace ----'---'-------'------------- =~::~l~rio~~de;:~oda;~:stm::~er;a~ics:I:~ ~~~~:;~ti~a~=i~o sf~~~d~n~a~~e~~~~~ UNDIVIDED LOYALTY-type or democracy." who_ ~re far worse offenders m re- (Continued From Page l) The thinking and phrasing here are strammg trade than thos_e. who are . . . characterjstically fuzzy but the idea seems covered by the law's prOVISIOns. over-run With CommunlSts, as our schools, churche8 and Other groups wert to be that "aU of us" 'need to be educated The coddlin~ of lab~r. unio~ goons gradually infiltrated with un-American propaganda and have seen the peoplt to understand why Communists want to by. two successive admuus~~tiOns ~as subjected to such an un-ending barrage of subversion by radio, television, o,·erthrow the Republic. Presumably the bmlt up a nauseous. condition which press and motion pictures that national pride, patriotism and loyalty io ;:;~~~~~:·:: i;h;u~:~t ": ::::!: :~~hp~~u!~~e~~~ J:::''t::~ s~~~~mZo~ ~o~:~~a~:.ve been all but stifled in the hearts of the younger generation of to educate them-only the rest of us. Wbile tt reach~s to high he.aven. . we are going to school. they undoubtedly Only frrm C~ngresswnal ~ctJon ~an Those whose mission it is to choose the mndidates for president iJl rt'main ~oltd up in federal housing proj- rem~ve . the f vile odor which umon July hold in their hands the destiny of a stricken nation and face a glorioul :~ 1~;·;~iv'::.:.•t~o~:yi~/~:~~h~~d t:!:~ ~~~~:sti~~s 0cr~~~e~~vernment for two and aw.eso~e opportunity which may never come their way again. . renl This &eenu to meet Mrs. Roosevelt's It IS w1Uun therr power to take action and speak the words at ChiCago approval-The Washington Times-Herald. and every P'!A group in this country. which would inspire hope and courage once again in the hearts of despairing • no:r~:s ag;~!~n t~:c:::e ~e;:~d~':: :=: Americans as the chisel of a sculptor brings forth a spirit from the rock. Do1ly Worker Approves A parlayed it into a sensational and highly Under new, virile and uncontaminated leadership a disintegrating lie- Left-Wing Magazine Art icle :;;;~:~infha~i•;::~:tio;,t;~oti;h;:,..:~, "~; ~~~~';.. c~:~~-e:~~:~!eo:t:~~:~t~a!o~nc;~':':rr:~!e~i~n~ ~a~~t~!~"pl~~:!~ The Daily Worbr, the oC!icial organ Pasadena who threw Goslin out on his as its eternal abode. of the Communist Party in America highly ear were enemies of the school and bent commended the article by Arthur D. Morse on destroying them. entitled "Who's Trying to Ruin our No one seems to know who Morse is, but Schools" which appeared in the left-wing every one who is concerned in the safety ilrCall:'l Magarine last September. and welfare of this country knows what The Daily Worker thinks so highly of the Dailr Worker is and that any move­this hia~cd and pink-tinted article that it ment, person or publication approved by Jisls it as "musl'' reading !or eyery parent it, is l"Otten to the core. There is an alternative that, to many, Is probably more appealing. Under a president with a new name but committed to the same old policies of National Socialism, global spending and the illusion of respon­sibility to support the" world, these Americans can return to their blissful state of lethargy, indifference and unconcern as the¥ continue to lazily drift do11 n the River of No Re!w-n. 1 !".Y• 1952 __________ _ TH! SOUTHERN CON!!l!!RVATIVe Page 3 I THE SOUTHERN CONs-E_R_V_AT_IV_E_ _____________ :_:_P•:::_g•:._:J Detroit to Nominate Candidate for United Nations Apologists Preside.nt in 11Mock Convention11 Attempt to Repudiate Hiss As we go to press, a mock conven- • Partisans of the United Nations arev-· -----'-· ---- lion to nominate a president of the U.S. Should Finance Peasants denying that Alger Hiss was thelQpen Letter to Members United States Js bemg held by the Says a Supreme Court Justice "Architect of the United Nations Char- ~~!:0\~~e~~;e~~~:~'s s~b:~d~:~d ~:. Just when we think the low-water mark ter" as opp~nents of that body claim. Of the Supreme Court: trait, Michigan. The uconv.ention" of.official morality has been touched, some- His official record as obtained from Within the past several years, you will he held in the Auditorium of thmg ~~curs to re~ind us that the depths his biography on file in libraries have set yourselves up as a body of the Masonic Temple in that city. ?f pohhcal depravJty llave not yet been throughout the country settles the unlimited authority with full power Leading candidate being promoted plumbed. . . . matter very defmitely. to .override the Constitution of th• for the presidency is Dr. Ruth Alex· Such, !or mstanc~ as a Justice ot the Su- From 1933 to 1935, Alger Hiss was Umted States. ander, writer for the New York Mir· :;e~:a~~~! :t:::~~ge d~i~~e::\:~beu:aet~~ wit~ the De~artment of Agricultt~re You h~ve arrogated. to ~oursehes ror and other newspapers and whose the land, the duties of whose members are havtng gone mto government serv1ce the funchons of the Legtslahve branch editorials in the interest of sound solely to interpret the Constitution of the soon after the inauguration of his of government and, through your rul· government for many years have ap· United States, to address a meeting of the friend and protector, Franklin D. ings, have established political and peared in Hearst publications. CIO. Roosevelt. social policies which ha'9'e been re .. 1f we only had assurance that the William 0. ~ouglas \\ho se~ms t~ con- In 1935 he was named the legal jected by duly el_ec_ted representat_iv_es two real conve~tions '~hich are to fol· ~~~~::re ~~ds~:~rna~es~~; P::~i~~ ~veha~:ld~ ~~ti:;:~~~~s~rgea:it~~f t~~ a;~~~\~n~o~: ~:w~=ki~~op~~d;It!~n~h:sR~~:b~:~~cia~ ~~i7h s;~: b~~~~:. ;~~~~~~~1 t:~d muen~ ~~~d ;n~t~~e~~~~e~~~o~~d A~!~~:~~eCit? ~~:! dustry. You have, through official decisions, derstanding of fundamental American money into foreign countries but that it In 1936 he ,~·a.s made ~dviser on cancel1ed out treaties negotiated be~ principles possessed by thi~ lovel.y ir~~: :~!ftg:~: t~~ ;~~!~ rt':~~; :~~s:~~ ~r~~eEa~~e~~~'l~~~~~al Relations of the tw~en the Rep.ublic of T~xas and the lady, we could all relax and qmt directly instead of to their governments. . . 1 Umted States m good fatth and have worrying about the future SIJ!.te of . . . . . In 1944, a new offiCe was orgamzed transferred title of property legally the Union. thi~:i:~ ~~ ~~P~~~~~~;'~~nt:~~h~h1:itt~~\~! !~rW~e sd;t~p~~~fr~~~~i~a~a~ef~ai~~~ and moral1y _belon~ing to a common· ------~---1 court of last resort, we have the answer to of which he was the head and which wealth of thls Umon, to the Federal Labor Union Tactics Adopted the many fantastic rulings which have been was to be "responsible for the de- government. By Convicts in Michigan Prison handed down. yelopme_nt an.d coordination of A~er- You have calmly, and with no re. Mob rule according to Labor Union I ~:~o~~hin~vi~~rre~:c~:~p~~t%~~t~~ g~~d for the wisdom and far-sighted . . , Comm1Hee Seeks Insane Man briefs to be used by Americans sent v1s1on of your predecessors, rever~ fo~mulahas n~w sprea~ to the natwn s I I to United Nations Parleys." At first sound rulings and upset traditions pmons, convi~ts havmg apparently To Teslffy Agamsf McCarthy this was a small nucleus of "experts" which have been held in respect and decided that If the CJO <!ould get . . . but later grew to a group of more reverence for more than a hundred :~v~~u~t~h:trikes and defy authority, inJh:en~~~:t~o~eo;;:m~te~fc~avr~~~ga;; ~~~~n~O~e~~t Alger Hiss was the di- years. y. · Wisconsin issued a subpoena for a All this, and more, you have ·done The most depraved example was man who is now an inmate of an in- In 1_945, as State Department repre- in your official capacity as the Ameri-th: .case of prisoners . at J~ckson, rN::~oohf~.r \~~~nc~~~~~!~~o~"e~ae~e h\~ !~~~~a~;~p~~ral a1d:is~=7~~oo~~v~~t~ can Co.urt of last resort._ . l\hc~Jgan, w~o engaged m a hve-day whereabouts, they hastily withdrew he attended the Yalta Conference. . In vJew of yo~r seeml~gly ~nlm~ ~~~tm/es~~~~~ngg $;u~~~soo~s ,:::t~g~~ ~=ns~~pt~~~i~Y ~~~l ~:~!~:/~~~g!~~~~ Also in 1945, he was named to ~=~tf~1J\~ 1~~es~~~tet~ir:o"er, \'e res­p, ·opert:x in carrying -odt their ,s~rike. ~vsa~~:~;:cti~e;~el:ol~~~~~ ~~e S;~~~~~ u~~t~d a~a~i~~·rc~nri!.~~~~alonofln.t~;. ~Vhy can't you <;\eport Hany or~:r ~t~heen~, i:~·::~; ~~:~~:~i:: t~~ William Benton of ~onnecticu_t. . ~~t~~~aJhf;g~~~~t~~~~~tf~nSai~t F~~~~f~~ ~~W!e,!,hoihheas cg:;i~~n;~~ f~~;he~u:; State •. gave i~ to th: convicts and by B~~~~~l~~ r~~~~~n~~s ~vea;ea~~~PI!~~ ~~~rc~~f:J:r o~ar~~~ ~~it!~e ~;~t~o~! you for ten years? r~~:;:~d 0~oth~~~t all the demands ~~~:~;~~:t~~~h~ ~~::~re0lh1tte c;;.: ~:~~;~~~i:.aJ~:~~~i~r ~~~ ~~~~~~~n~he~ We Are for T~~ rioting was led by vicioos pr.is· ~~~~~~i:_~~~:t~~t ~i~~t~~e dpor~~e~~! ~~~r~~:~us1~~ f~~1 ~eft~~~a~~dt~~~~rt1:J • • oneis who were _prevented from Ie- of the Communists on the payroll re- Nations, under which the Conference AmeriCa firSt f;~~n~~~:re;~a~~I:~a~;eth~~~~r~~~~~ veale~, that is. . operated. Any American these days whe stss1eS In MIChigan have abolished It ts unfortunate for the commit· He personally new the charter to dares to speak out against the enemies ~:;.~~~ p~nni~e~;~tg a~u~~~r~~:e a~?~~ ~~~eu;.',l~~:hhe! '~~~:~ ~~~o~:t~~~;ah!~: :~=s~~~!~~rsw~~: ~~i~~s roat~i=~e b~ ~u!~i!x~~~~t~~· b~t ~:eedi~~el~brc~~a~: than they are in abolishing murder. te5tified against the Wisconsin Sena- record vote. Jenged as anti-this anti·that and anti .. A new low in official degeneracy tor as so many of his kind have done. In 1946 Hiss was the principal ad- the other. ' ;;;~~ili;\~~ninancoa~~~~~~~ d'~t; u tt; Socialists Should Refuse ~~~r tototh!h~e~e~~fdAs~~~~~Y doel"t\a~ ~~~":r:s;i;~~;reP~~~Aa~~;r;;~h~:~ warden at the prlson and '~ho acted Umted Natwns. expect to remain that way until the ;~af~!t~~~~~mfo;n t~~n~ionnt~t~ic~~~ Tainted (apitaJist Money In 1946, he was appointed president !~,~~~~u~~~~elsa;~n!on~~wn and our and refe rred to the thug who inspired of the Ca1 neg1e Endowment for In- . . it as a "natural leader." A minister who preaches Socialism ternatwnal Peace .. 'Ve ar~ for thiS country f1rst, last In an era when crime and cor- from the pulpit should be COI_lsistent In 1951 he was_ indi~ted and sen~ to and all hme. ~u~~ont a~e ~outin: proced~r:, this ~~~nr:~~~~r~~ i~~~u~~nt~ ~g~~~i~~~ ~~'~or~edt~;tl E:n\~ea~tta~~vef:r a h~~~ pe~~eo~~~~ ~~~~~t~[ a~; 0~~~~ ~~ti~x~ ~~~m~~e ~t~r~v~~ ~~o~~e~~n~;o~~ "Capitalistic system." munist. will be that which is I.eft over after the part of constituted authority. When he calls for the offering, he Because of the intervention of two we ~et through worrymg about the --'---------'---1 "ltonld exolain t~ the members ~f hts presidents of the United States, and tragtc comhhon~ here a_fter. twenty Co~~~~~f ~h;~r;;ree~f 06r!:~n:SuP.~~~ ~~~~Yt~va~ic~e h:;1~c;~~=~\o"~h:~~t:~ ~~~ser n~fg~ri:~v~~t~e~~e of!~~i~:~ ~~ ~~;i~~ ~~i-~~~~~P~~n,t~~nf~~ct~~~~~ a~~~ " the country needs more than anything res~lt of the operatiOn of the system limitation on treason had expired and mtmstrahons. else is the preaching of the American which he opposes. he could only be convicted of perjury. We ha\'e never subscribed to the doctrine as you preach it." When the World Federation of idea that we are the suckers \\hO Churches met in Amsterdam some Europeans are reported to have insist- must succor the world. m! ~=~:~~g~ru~·~u:~~fe:~o~~sw~~~ i::f~st~~a~n~1is~~~s:~d ~l:ses~oJuN~~ ~~~~\~~~~:i~gAG:~~;:t" ;i~e~~::e~~sa~e~~ b ~Ve wish. ~nly the. b;st r.or evei·~f ~h~~~eit.~'p H~{ a ~~1~. a~~~~~~1. ~~~· ~~~ s~~~e ev~} c:~:~rhaa:e C~~e~u~~e~ 1~~~~~:·n ~~e:o~~aa:~~ ,~,:elwi~t~e~it!o~: U~a~g;~~t~~~~ .r~1~e ~~Y ~ve~'lt~e .~fr~· If they had a law in Missouri to pre· known to turn down a dollar from responsibiljty to continue footi ng the bill. can vel~t m high·powered_ CadJ.lla~s, ~:~J~~:~~~fts bf:~~e:~~~;~h!t ~:~i~~ wicked capitalists who support them. The president has reiterated that he ~t~~a~f;~~Jvo~~~~ira~~e ~~~~r ~r~~~e:i!~ would be better off. so~~~~ea~f _a a~~nt~~:;~~~.s\h:: '~~~~ :i;l'~r~:! :~.~~t~not~ss~~:g~~~~;~a~~g ~~~ Fo~~!a~~s f~~~J~s~Ifh~~n~!~nt~~i~u~~~ 311;T~~h~~m;o~~.st h~:rt6'~e~o~~~!h~~ ~~~~ce on It like a chicken on a grub ~:",:::;~;n:"~:t'~~:;Y.~~~t ~~~t~~~ ~h~~ ~~:;'d we don t have to put up the achieve successful united fronts with What this nation sorely needs is an sand or so American prisoners held by the And jf that be isolationism, then church groups on the mOst important old·time revival to bring straying Communists? Don't we ha\•e any responsi- let the Internationalists make the most jssues of the day."-Earl Browder. preachers back to the fold. bility to them too? of it. Pogo 6 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE __ ~-- Moy, 1952 President, Supreme Court and We Need More Old-Time Religion Congress Violate Constitution And Less Politics in the Pulpit One of the most flargant violations?---- --- The Quudrcnnial General Conference of• o( the Constitution of the United Sf J D I I s nds tho 'lcthod"t Church attended by repre-_ Unbrl'dled Power of Labor States was committed by members of a.. e epar men e sentah\'t''i o[ that ~enomma~IOD from ~II Congress, each of whom lakes an oahth Out Candidate's Picture ~;~r ~~:n;i~:~d ~~~!/:s\~:m:::k~ c;~::i::. Unions Should be Checked to uphold that document when e assumes oHire. It looks like the Truman ~ang i.s op~u~>~ccat;tc~~~~~:cdc!~e;:: v:n~~~~ler:~s:~ Congressman Graham A. Barden O'f In Section I of Article ll of the Con- framing matters so they will be Jn posJ· and jncludcd p1·actically every topic ex· North Carolina declared recently that stitution appears this provision: "The lion to say· to advocates of sound govern- cept reli~ion. "there is a profound feeling in Con~ Pr.e~ident ~hall, ~t stated times, .re- ment, "Hends we win, tails you lose." Some of the m~tters on t he ~genda were ~~ss ~nd v;e ~a~:o~ t~~~~~ ~~g~a~~; ~:~:h (~~a~{s ns~~~::sbe3 i::~:a~~~al~~~ an i~:;~a~~:r:li~~tn~~in:t:~~:i~~: ~0e!~ ~!~s:.at~:~io~~~;~t~:sd s:~:~t~;~~e th;::;mt~ ~~h~:~~n~ze£~a~or. diminished during the period for eratic ticket, but figure to have one nomi- civil liberties, domestic and foreign policies, This is one of the greatest under· which he shall have been elected and nated by the Republicans as well. democratic processes, plans for a coordlnat- statements to be issued in many a ~Ys~~0e\~~~~;;:n~~~~~ \~~t D~n~~ h Recent~ a ;tor\ w~i' ~m~ked g~~t t:! ~::,~~s~n,c;~,z;;;t:rP;::.,~~tti~~:it~no~~%~~ m~; th t _tt . 13 k d States, or any ~f the~,.. ~d~i~~~~= th:~a:r~~~als '\~1 \hat ~~~anch ?f ~a;;:~~~e \\~~~~r~~ge~t ~:d :~~~::e~f t:th:~ ~n fa~~:r~; la~or~0fi'r~~ae: ~~~oi~t!d It would be Imposs1hl~ for a state- the govern~1ent have been sendmg out ht- threshed out in a political con\'ention Its members, dtdn't he? ~~iH~~h~~s~~~ ~~!;~a~~a~~~~ ~~;~~: :;~!~rcic~:~~/0~is%l~::.~~~~e1;;c~~~:~y, car- bu:h to. us, seem out of place in a religious It is co~ta1nli~ly bteiomi~g motr~ ~l!f who misuntt>rstands its meaning must . _ ga erm~ parent to mte gen mer1cans a I do so ~ilfully. . . , . in ef~=~~ r~:a~~~~~~;~ a~~~~~s ~ndh~::s ~~~~ Or~vcer·• u~!~~ ::;~s~~:~t~~: ~!ri!~:ly"~:; ~r~~~~~~~~~ ~~t ~~;~~~e~:~~~~.b~~~~ . In ~ptte of this 1:1ne9utvocal st~pu_la- stop~ed '':"hen pubhc1ty forced them to dis- that they over-estimate their responsibility nation IS a gone goshng, so far as or~ bon 111 the Constitution, a maJonty contmue It. to soci<'ty at large derly processes are concerned. ~~l:~~an~b=r~i~~ ~~~~~=~~ v;~~~r H:a_{g~ . State Dep~rtm_Pnt officials ~~~ely ex- The duties of a man of the cloth have Talking about uH~man Rights,': one in salary, and not content with that plamed that his IH~ture was carued on a been pretty specifically laid down by tradi· ~f the rnos! fundarn~ntal human rights violation of the Constitution, they vio- pamphlet prepared 1 ~ th~ De~artment and lion and the shaping of national policies ts. that whtch J?ermtts a man t.o work lated the provisions of another section sent out to all AmeriCans askmg ~or pass· and tlle solution of economic and political Without belongmg to a labor U~IOn and rtf that docum~nt while they were at ~::~~j~;ca:::s~~;t~ ~;~~ed~:;~q~:m~~::;: issues arc. not among them. . ~v~~eb~~fvr~~::~~~~~ee~o~s:~~sti~f~e~~ of which General E1senhower was the head. There Js no greater serv1ce to human- the Umted States. Co~~~tu~~~~ee;:~vi~:e~~~~~~y:~g t~~ State Depart~ent Pres~, Officer Mic~~el ~;;n!!1t:~ ~t\h:hi:~~::ln !~e~enhdeer:t~y~Y i: :rhe most effective check o~ the un~ Income tax and gives Con__gress power ~- McDe_rm~tt sa~d there was no politics the pulpit and sticks to his text, and no bridled power of labor ~m~ns was to '~lay and collect tax~s on incom~s m the mctdent' greater ~isservice than when he forsa~e_s ~~:n~rtna~~~or~~!e~h~Jta~I~!~ ~~a~~ ~';:;~i~~h:!i;"a"~o~~u;~; it~~~iJ~~~\~ had ~\tst;i~~,';'.~" G~one~~d ~~:!,.;.~~~~. t~~~ ::~ ;:;;~;nd takes b<S place on the pohb- 1t~le~his tfforts, there was no one to tng exempted. ture on literature when he was in com- Ministers of the gospel are not qualified a e . IS p ace. Y~t Congress vote~ to exe~pt the mand in the East, failed, of course. by _t:aining or tempera.m~nt to engage in taJeh~~Bot:'~os~:u~ ~0~~~=~~~~~~~~~ president from paymg any mcome The most serious charge levelled pohtlcal squabbles and It IS as easy for un· th C ft f t . ll on th.e fifty tho~sand ~ollar rai~e th~y aga'inst Eisenhower is that he holds the scrupuous lett-wing .politicians .to indoctrin- A!eric~~s ~i~z~on~ t~~ 8~f~1~e~~gwo~k ~~~ ~~~~~~~~n~;:n t~~~· ~~r~n;n thts ~~;·,.:~e~~:«::u~:u:~s ;:. t~~.~ai~e~:::: :~e ~~~;'~oof,!~:'::~~~ ~~~:;:":'~::;ctrines ~~1~r:~:':~g o~o ':h~!~~~ ~~~~.do, or do t!l~~on~"fifuW~~tofd~~h~~~~-,>l1~{~~~}~d in~ tr;;n: ~oa fur~~~r I:i~r~~~~;a~~~~ ;:;l'a:~;;e~:y0~e v;~:e: ~= :!~i:~~ ;:;~ gest and the simpl:st job in all creation thr Supreme Court repudiates tt m this ch:uge tics, he seems completely unable to think and one which is productive of more whole-t~ eir l_'lllings ~nd the Co_n~ress some- Maybe Am<'ricans will prefer to elect a s~rnight or to achieve the proper perspec- some results than any other undertaking times Ignores It when wnhng laws. man for president who puts America last t1ve on governmental matter~. Most of on earth. • With a set up like that we are in his C3lculations, but they should be them are duck soup for pol,iticJans. on t~; All they have to do to fulfill their lofty ~~~~·~h~~an we think to a state of ~~v;~e: lfcl~~:;e80tode:~r~ on his opposite ~~~~i~~~o s~~:~::.m as cats paws m the ;:~:!o:n~ ~:ur~r~" a~h; :r~~:!· ;::; !~:. In other words, preachers have the big- time religion. Methodist Church Again Repudiates Methodist Federation for Social Action Harriman Regarded Only as Candidate of Last Resort The Methodist Federation tor Social.'>-• --------- Action has again been repudiat•d and dis- No Colored Potatoes Now 1 Even in their desperation to find jects his ideals to public scorn. ow~~:h:YG:::r~':::~::.~:·~c:~. church They're in Black Market :u~~n:~~·:~;:~~~~fb:~ ~~~:n~~:~~~: fa~~o;~~~~\~;i~~ ~~:·• L~~~~afsas 0~ in San Francis~o, _a reso~ution was passed th;a.~!;;,:a~s~o~~tot~se w~::a~~~~~~t~:~;;:i~ ~~:~~~sn, \:~n isg:o: 0 b:~~ev::tr:~~t;a!~ ~~~~~e~e b~i:i~~~:~~t ;~~t~~~~~te~~ by n large ma1onty which requ~~ted the culture bought up millions of bushels, col- nominatin Averell Harriman creative genius who blazed trails Fed('rallon to remove the word Method- o~ed them so they were unfit for use and g · . through the wilderness or contributed ist" from its name and asked it to vacat» fmally dumped them in the garbage. Pa~ty le~ders are said ~~ be hesi- to the nation's greatness, as in the the Methodb;t building in New York City. Now they are so scarce that they have tant m takmg on this polibcal black case of Harriman. This action has been taken twice before ~t::~e one of the leading black market :;:~epa o~:t:~~~:.tr!~~s t;~~: ~;i~~~ The Rooseve~t wealth was ~cquir~d and nothing was done about it, and the · that he would be a "sitting duck" for !flOStly bf tradt~g and matchmg \~I~S Federation still holds forth and sends out Most authorities on the subject place the opposition. m estabhshed _fields ~vher~ n? Spirit its Communistic propaganda from the same ~~~ce:~~~:d t;~ t~~: ;:oo;~:fela~t" F~~i.li~~ They proba?ly r~alize that wh~n a ~!q:~~!~~e, danng or tmagmabon was addres!' . . . . the Federal Office of Price Stabilization. ~~~lyo~ra~~fi~~~~~ :~era~:rus~~J:l~ In the case of Harriman, even as -in The 'fethodtst. Federat!?n for Social Ac- The spud is only a lowly vegetable but ism, he not only loses respect of his that of the Fords, Rockefellers and !~;.P~:;o:;~~o~;;•:or•~.;~~:i,t t~~ti~:~~~ :~:;;s~~~·· :h~c~u~~:~~;·~r:~a~J!:h~!g:~: ~;'3,ek'i'~~b~~a\s~e;~{h ~~~m g;!~~r~~! ~~h~~e d~~~~~~·~nl~d~s\~~~:y s~~~~:;,e.~; ;~.,'h.~ ~~~;:m~~,~~v!:.igoah.:;:"~.C~';;.~;:: ~~::~~t~h~;d:~:7:cs~" something that is ~~'his ~ot, ev~~ thou~h thj{ may ~se ~~~t~~h~0se8;~i~li~y[;ue~;;:s a I~ ~e~~~.~~ canism in this country. thei~ 0\~sn ;~rp~es~n m uence or ~gain that geniu!i seldo~ reproduces the ~!t~~~i:~~~us~~i~:t i~P s:~.:;;n~~::~ tri~:r;r~n 8~~1~5~0a~~te~f tc0a1~J~d~~~~ fg; E. H: Harriman was o.ne of t~e great-1'-t_se_lf_. -------- of social and economic relations" Snd it is office bu~ the biggest piece _of hu11:1· est ?utlders and ca~tams of mdustry Army jeeps require 8,846 gaskets =e~~.~::~r t~.~~ ~~~~d l~~ats;,~,;s o:~~c;~.!~ ~~fe~c:zef~·~.~~~~~~s~0~~r,; c~~·~;~r,;u;t~ f~.~~s l::t aa; ~~:J ~~~\\:;e at.f':i~t f~c;:;: r~rb~e~~ :~e k::r. ;~:: a~d 0~~~~ :~:! under n new ~arne, as in the case of the cr. Any American :vho really_ \~ants Ily. they don't run out of this commodity Fcder~l Coune1l or Churches of Christ in the low-d.o\~U O? cnm~ and cnmmals In our opt!'~on there is no greater the Army has purchased and now has AmN'Jca which simply put on a new d_re.ss, and the h~:n~ w1th National, Stat~ and example of flltal disloyalty t~an when on hand 921,602 gaskets. George Dix~ changed its name to National Council of Local pohhctans can get more mfor~ the son of an Empire Builder re- on, Washington newspaper columnist Chu7ches and went right _ahead .with l_ts mation from_ rea~ing one chapter of nounccs the faith of his fathe~ in the has done some figuring in the matter ~~:g~~~r~ogram of promotmg Soc1alism m ~·~~; th~o\~~~~n~~~~~~=~ r:;~:t. can J ~:~;~t m~~~esr~~n a{~~~e~~~[[~~~ :~~~ :~~k:t~ti~~a~e:n~~~ ~:{~Mr~e:~~gh May, 1952 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE ------ MY NIGHT By ltla M. Dartt .... This attractive book of one hundred pages is, as might be suspected, on attempted toke-off on Eleanor Roosevelt's "My Day" that literary gem which adorns the pages of many dally news­papers and instructs Americans on how to live, think and vote. "My Night", by implication, gives advice too and suggests rules of human behavior which, if fol­lowed, would probably lead to disaster or jail, but we guarantee that no more dire results will accrue from following the suggestions of "My Night" than will attend the serious acceptance of the advice given in the masterpieces of literature which inspired it to be written. We do not cla im that "My Night" will influence world opinion, revolution­ize social and political customs or change the course of history but we do promise it will afford on hour's lusty entertainment and inspire some hi:!crty chuckles. Priee Six Books for Five Dollars Write THE SOUTHERN CO NSERVATIVE 703 Flt~ tiron Buildi11g Fort ll'orth, Text~ s OFFICIAL SAYS CORRUPTION TOO WIDESPREAD FDR INVESTIGATING COMMITTEES TO HANDLE We have repeatedly charged that Do\vling indicated that the situation investigations of corruption in Fed- was hopeless and that in spite of hon­eral agencies were inadequate to est efforts of committees to do a eliminate the rottenness which has conscientious job of investigating, The columns "My Night" being currently used have appeared in the book of that name but not the Southern Conservative. We will continue to run those columns until all those in the book have been printed in the paper. MY NIGHT By the l!ditor been building up under New Deal and they could only hope to scratch the When I was in Washington recently I learned of a wonderful eontrJbution to the Fair Deal mis~management of gov· surface of the corruption picture. cultural life in our national capital which is the most exciting and encouraging advan~ ernment for almost twe~ty yea~s. . "It would take years of intense in~ in social progress that has been made since a great leader set the eause of agriculture M_r. James W. Do~lmg, chte~ lfl· vestigation to unearth the extent of ahead one hundred years by issuing his immortal order to farmer• to plow under ~e~~~~~o~a!o!~ti~:ly ~~nfcti~~":t~It~~~ ~~a[K; ~~\~r~~- ~eo~~~:~ ~e;i:~~~~ Lheir crops and kill off their pigs. restgned and _m a sta~eme~t. to the alone, which was the agency which I found that the employees in the Department of Agriculture, press ha~ conf~rmed this optmon. the King Committee was empowered many of whom were originally brought into that branch of gav- In an .mtervtew to Edward _J. :\low- to investigate. emment service by that great leader himsell, have organized a ery, Scnpps·Howard staff wnter, ~1r. In the comparatively few cases they symphony orchestra composed o! one hundred UJ,embcrs who.se looked into in just a few Eastern theme song will be The Donkey Serenade. A Federal Judge- i~~~~~;~~teo;~i~t:,?;doi1~~~o;,~;;~.~ (Continued From Page 1) staff with salaries around $7,000 who bet~~~~i~~~u~l~o;~~~;.~~~~;;-u;.~~: ~t1c;'f~:y ~:fr~n~~~~f: t~f e:;l~~~OO In view of the fact that the Federal government has been grossly negligent in the matter of providing recreational facilities !or its employees, who are universally conceded to be the hardest working group of people in the world, I think this development is particularly significant. Even during World War ll, there was no money made avaJl­able to engage trained recreational leaders to work up entertainment program• for underprivileged government employees which might h;we ronde their unhappy lbt as bearable as that of more fortunate persons in the armed services at the front who bad the privilege o! attending USO shows between battles. od of selection, Federal judges were This was only a spot check of one never required to know the difference Bureau. Mulhply th1s by the thous· between Blackstone and AI Capone if ands. of bureaus w h~ch have sprung they would only twist the statutory in- up hke mushrooms m a dark cellar tent in such manner as to promote So- under the hcense and liberty wh1~h cialistic policies of government. Roosev_elt and Truma.n have taken m Evidently there was a slip--up in the extendmg _the functions of govern~ While there is no official confirmation of the fact , it ie rumored that oUlers case of Judge Pine who has now pick- ment and It becomes cle~r that the have been inspired to duplicate this splendid activity and that the State Department ~~0~p ;r~~~n~~~ti~~da~~i~h~o;:~ ::a~ ~~:~:~d s~b~ersdi~~~/oporo~~~Jre:o be ~~ s:::n::n;;~~: P~:~:r~~!n~i~~i~c~~d~!~~=:~ f:~!~ti:! ~t:;;~:h:~er:o;yor:,e~t~: dilion. A thorough housecleaning can only Kinsey Report. Just one paragraph alone in Judge be accomplished. by_ throwing ~he In time, it is believed that the custom of supplying cultural recrention to gov-trn- Pi ne's decision lifts him to the lofty crooks out, fumtgatmg the enhre ment employees will become widespread and that eventually a system will be wotked plane of John Marshall, points Tru- ~tructure o_f government and replac~ out whereby Racing Forms will be availa_ble to all Federal workers and perhapiJ a man up as the political extortionist 1~g them :V1th respectable and respon- direct wire service !rom the leading tracks of the country may be installed in the that he is and probably caused a for- Sible public servants. Capitol, thus not only saving much valuable time now consumed by each employee m"'r president to sqhirm in his crypt: having to get this information from outside sources, but n1so allowing the governrii.ent ur believe that the contemplated Texans Take Real to keep step with private industry in competing for efficient workers. ~~~i~~~~. ~v~~]~a~~eie:Si\~j~~\o~: t~wt~~ Americanism Pledge The purpose o! my trip to W~shington was to attend a meeting of a group of public than the injury which would At their recent Democratic County Con· wor~ers from Amalga'_llate~ Countnes composed of both young. and old w?o ar~ per­flow from a timorous judicial recog· vention, when Texans were figthing all !ectmg plans for makmg httle flag~ ~or Amalgamated Countnet and winch wtll be nit ion that there is some basis for over the Stite concerning whether or not offered for sale to the general public m the near future. this claim to unlimited and unre~ they should take the "loyalty" pledge, cit- The proceeds from the sale of these flags \\-iU. be donated to the InternationAl strained executive power which would izens of Levelland voluntarily took this Home for Disabled Strip Tease Artists in whom Amalgamated Countries hns taken a be implicit in a failure to grant an in- pledge: special interest because they have contributed unselfishly of their time and art toward junction." "I am an American, a free American, the making of a better world. jm~: r:~~~tf~~&n~aslutee t~!~t~~de{;~ ~~e ~::p~:y,w~~~ut t!eas~'a!~ee f!; '~::~~ .. The gathering was a very enthusiastic one and there. wa!l vigorous appl~use from !~~::\~~re~ie~fist~: r;r~n~~i~uht!~~f ~~~ ~~!g,ri:::~ f;:e c~:O::P~~:·h~~! ~:1!:;: ~~:1 t~:sti~~~1s!~ct~a::so;~C:ys~~%~ers of the group arose m a body and feehngly !"Jng whooping crane. my country'' (Copyright 1952 by Ida M. Darden) _Po~g_e_s __________________________T _H_E_S_O~UT~H~ERN~C~ON~S~E~RV~A~T~IV_E ________________________M~a y~,_19_D _ Female of the Species Are Citizens Must Take Action to Held Inferior to the Male Stamp Out Dangerous Epidemic We were all "souped up" over a ! We have made this plea to our begin to again preach tha gospel of very wonderful letter from a State Agitators Carry Racial readers before but it cannot be em- Jesus Christ instead of the doctrines • Senator In Utah recently. Pro a anda Into Jun le phasized too often. of Karl Marx. . On an official letterhead of 1he p g . g If the minister of your church shows Also, be alert about the c~rncula of Senate Cha_~be~ of th_e .state of Utah pu~~ic:~~:~! ::::i:~~rit;:t a~~~::;a~n :ec~~~; e~i~ence of being a conv~rt to So- i~~d 5~~~~~ t~=~c~ri~~rn:~~gr~~it:~ the commumcahon satd. in which Premier Malan is smeared because ctahsm and preaches doctrmes from Nations propaganda which seeks to "I compliment you upon your April, he refuses to yield to Communist pressure the pulpit which are contrary to estab- p~omote world Socia1ism, taka lt up 1952 issue. Your article 'Congress and abolish segregation in that country. lished American principles, it is your with your School Board. Must Take Major Blame for the Pre· Off-hand, it would seem as if there is responsibility to discuss the matter In a smallpox epidemic the citizens carious State of the Union' reads like enough racial hatred and strife being en- with him fully. are quick to act. The current epidemic :n:~dern Declaration of Independ· ::~t~~~;: :; ~:~sp c~;~7-~,~~fn:Yw~i~~~:ss:un:; . If _you can't _re-co~vert him to Amer- ~~d S?t~ia~~~~ e::e:~r m~~~ela~:i~i~rous · without carrying the fight to the jungles of tcamsm-and If he IS one of the young-1-----------------=--- 0ur spirits fell a little, however, Africa. er ministers turned out by theological Believe It or Nat We Have ~h!~~le~~';;",of ~~ut:~~on t~:~~~. w~~ Con~tituted authoriti~~ In _that country ~~~:;a7~aism~~~11:vo~uf;o~:bl,i ~~~J Likes As Well As Dislikes ~03~r~~i{;ea~ ~~e a e~~~~ial in question ~~~io~Isobt~~: ~:;rt;a:11 :~it;~~h ~~c:l he:;~ ~~e~~~~~~o u~~n ;~~~!r~~~ ):n;J~~ A letter which is unsigned but obviously A~though ~t would ~; impossible ~~:n~~e;o~:~n1 ~hS:r~~~-~f:~~:t~~~~!~~na;~. nated. ~:e: ::m:~l"sa ~;:~w:~~:gthsi~s :::t s:: to fmd any 'gentlemen around the ll-segregatlon propaganda As we have pointed out before, the ~ . Y .g !~~~he;n se~~~~Ti~v:tv:qu~~~~~ ~:i~~ Any way, it is Africa's business and not ~~~~~~n~~i~~e n~~vee l~d~~: r~~~~ wa:: t:a:~:: It{o th::s:;: a:::hl::o::~~kue~ ato_mic .raY_s, we frequently_ get lette~s ours. pocketbook and this applies to preach- h..:ckler that there at·e lots of things we rr:~~~s~ro~c~:.:v~~~~ occaslOnally thiS A!~;i~:n!~ f~~~ Ct~~dah7;~!:! ::~~n~!!~~ ~~!cf:s.forcefully as it does to other like. be ~~~~~~ti~; i~ !~~:lrf;l~i~l)e~~:; ~:!~~a~n!0t~htisht~\:~b~e:~o~~ti!~:;. :e~:din~~ -~~~ e~~uth. m~mbe:s w~ll agr~e _to of Fo~~~~~~n~~~teb!~~:r th~h~nme:i~;n !~~: we rec~ived in September of 1950, trouble by minding their own bui>iness. ~v~ms~~nc:s,ei~oci~;li~~on!u\n d~~~pp~~; ?te a:nm~:~~~~dt~~~ ~a~ele~k:: t~tos~e~~= !,?a~~a~~~~ted~onths after the paper And we are in plenty o£ trouble. from the pulpit and ministers will ~a~e administered it for ~wenty ~ears. we like it so well that we want to hve to see to ~~a~~;s~~~~~~icf~~~n :~a~d~~e:;:~ Subversive Forces Have a Head it ,..t.,.d Je· "Y who wrote: s • I t•l • s h I an::n~o:~te~:t!a~:rseul::eit~~::ic~; pir':! •·1 have read every line in the tart In n I trahng C 00 S uc•lly bucst , blood vessel ~~~ttr:f~ mCo~~s~~Y~!~~~:~rifl~~\~=~ . The indoctrinat~on o£ American school· we like ministers or the gospel who h~~e noe~r;p~~:rfa~l~~~e fi~~e~v·i~~a1t. ~ ~~~:r:~-o:~e:~~~::s~~ew~~~r~::u~:: ::d:o:~ Maine Candidate ~:::c~n:~·~~t:~ew~~b\~ea~fru:ho~ ~;;i:,~~! think it is asking ~oo much to expect bined efforts or all patriotic citizens to up-v f / ff . :~:a;:i:~g;:;~:: :rn~i;~e~:~~n~~;:n.him ~~~nrct""~~rti~~ ~;li~~:u~~·~r~~v~;~: ~:~t it, •nd even !hen, it is a herculean "ery . a_ . ermg We like polilici•ns, whelher Democrals rnent could be wntten by a woman. I have JUSt fm1shed readmg the or Republicans, who have the courage of Come on now, come clean and tell me 'l'he National Education Association April issue ol the Southern Conserva- their conviclion!;. who respect th• Con!ftr-- _ _. .. =--'=who reaUy writes it". which !hould be the first to champion tive. word for word. and all I can say tution and wllo do not nm -with the hare To which we replied: Americanism and help protect the public is that if every Sate could have a pa- and trail with the hounds. so "{t ~=~mj~lt0~sa~~e~t" ~~~n~l ~~~C:~·~ ~~ho~l:ci:lfist~:e a~~un~:m:::st:;fi~~:tt;~;, ~~~hs~~hy~~r!~{;, ~~~t~ou~~ ~ole~!~~ mi~~o~k~~ e~i~~a~~r~ow~st~:~;~:t~~~~tt:cii~ The material is written by tittle Grem- cannot be depended upon. In fact this or· to worry about the future of our coun- those subJects whtc~ "':111 provide a pr?per lins who come in each night, write an anizatlon has £allen com letel '£or the try" says a can_didate for Congress in (o~ndation for patnollc A~erican ciuzen· ~~ii\~~ia~0:n~e~ea~e c!~~nd~~~ ~tie~ ~ropaganda and is helpin/to p~omote it. th~~t:~ed~ft~::nhe~ is not a New Deal :~~P ~~t~o:a~o ;;~c:t~!nsez~1 ~/cuf;~~o~~ morning, pick up the editorial, read _Right n_ow the t~ain sou:ce or con- or Fair D~al cand~date _which is su- UNESCO or any other subverstve group. it, try to comprehend its meaning and t~mmaho~ ~~ . the Umted Nations _Ed~ca· pet;"fluous ~nformahon, smce no New we like Southern Negroes who have ig· then sit around and loaf all day. Next honal, S~ientiltc and C!Jilural Orgamzahon, Deal or Fair Deal person would speak nored the efforts o£ white Communists night another little Gremlin sneaks in whose ~ile and poisonous propaganda is of our efforts in that vein. and frustrated £emale fellow travellers to and writes an editorial on another being filtered into every public school start another Civil War in the South and, !:r~i=~tana:~o l~~v~~ti{te~~ug~yco~:~~ ;I~ee;eentt~:re are no alert Americans to Internal Revenue Rulings ~~~!~=~~:t~e~d~h:,rh~i::a;~·ou~:o~~=~P7~~~ prepared for the paper. Th)s Communistic outfit works largely Help Finance Fair Dealers professional trouble-makers who play up "Of course all these little Gremlins through Teachers College of Columbia Uni- Repeatedly we have charged in these the race issue. are of the masculine gender as a fe- versity, National Education Association, a columns that the so-called Democratic Yes, there are lots of things we like and male of the species would not possess new outfit set up by Columbia University Party was financed out of the Federal a list of them would square with the ideals sufficient mentality to get the job called Commission on Citizenship, Asso- treasury and that this had been true ever of all real Americans since the beginning done. ciated Public Schools, and other lelt-wing since the early days of Roosevelt's admin- of the Republic. m~~~~~lse anl~ttl~at~~~~:~r~el:~: ~~r~ ~~~~:ca:h~~~o~!~~mate aim is to Socialize ist~~i:t~·we had in mind was the m~llions th~tu~s t~:;: t~ser~n:re th~lne~t:o~f s~:~~vi~i:~ labor union, all being members of Recently this "Citi1.enship" group sent spen~ m pro~Jaganda Cor Roo~evelt_s. re- taking place and plenty of persons en­Fairy Local Number 711 So, in fu· out material to .a selected list of public electwn, paddmg the payroll wlth mlih?ns gaged in them that we definitely don't like ture, if your paper is late, you will schools throughout the country which listed of unn_e~essary. em~loyes and_ the Cormi_ng and it will never be said that we pussy­know that the little Gremlins are on books to be used in connection with the of pohh~al umts m the vanous agencies foot or stutter in saying so. strike and I can't go to press until school curricula. to work. m b~half of Roosevelt. on electionl..:_ ______ __;~-------- they are back on the job''. some or the authors _of the suggested ~·~~~~:1 sa~~~~~~s h;~,~~;a~ c;~~;i~:d ~i~~~~ Which One /s fhe books were Arthur Gar£Ie1d Hays, Carey the government is even better organized Looks Simple To Us McWilli•ms, Heywood Broun, Mocris I. since he has added additional millions to w Cri·m,·nal." Ernst, Alain Locke. Richard Wright, Gil· the payrolL 0f5e I' At theit; national convention in be:t Seldes, George S. Counts, J:Ia~ry W. . Now we learn £rom Senator ~ohn Wii- Washington recently, the president of Latdler, ~axwe11 S. ~tewart, W1lham C. hams of Delaware, the one-man mvestigat- A lot of the force is knocke~ o_ut the League of Women Voters com- Carr, ~oward Fas~, ~veJy one of whom h~ve ing committee of the Senate, of a more of the arguments of Federal dtstnct plained bitterly because charges had been Cited _by offiCial gov~rnment agen.cies direct method o£ financing the party attorneys in prosecuting violators of been made that her organization is for belongmg to subversive orgamzahons through the Treasury. ' the income tax law by the disclosur~s promoting Socialism and Internation- set ~P for the purpose of promohnfJ Com- Senator Williams told t he Senate that of _wh.at happens to the money that IS a! ism and that it is a transmission belt mumsm. three multi-miHionaires, one of whom was paid m by those who do not try to for the Truman policies of govern- Parents who want Communism to take a lert-winger, Marshall Field o£ Chicago evade the law. ment. over in this country should stay home and h~d been allowed to write off ~s a bad debt When it is used to employ men who pr~: ~~~u~~a~~;s\~h~~ au~f~~e ~:lu}~ ~~;t!h~:r:~~~;r~~::/C:~~s dc:;~~n~;d t~:i;. ~~~:Y_t~et~::n~;~ \~~·~o·:t~n ~~~n:ci~~~~ ;~! ~a~~~~O s~~~~~?na; s$ka5r6.~~~t ';~~ be for the organization to come out ier do somcthmg about It, but qmck Commttlee. . . . . . . year, JUnes are liable to hesitate be-with a good strong resolution con- Senator Williams said tt was tmposstble. fore giving too severe a penalty to demning Socialism, Internationalism "Tf this nation is ever destroyed, it at present. to estnnate the loss to the Fed- some poor b~ob who has not sto!en and the Truman policies of govern- will be from within, not from with· cral treasury but added: "The _treasury's rmy money h1mself but is only trymg ment. out."-Abraham Lincoln. loss was a gain to the Democratic Party." to hold on to his OW A.
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