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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 3, No. 3, March 1952
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Transcript TnE SouTHERN CoNSERVATIVE 1 -To plead for n return of Constitutional Govertantent-tfol. 3 Fort Worth, Texas, March, 1952 No.3 THE P~ILADELPHIA STORY I Goody, Goody. Displaced Kalmucks Kock·~ff meeting for odoption of Socialism OS the policy of the A J W Amerocon government ond history of ottempted switch from o re ust hat We Needed Constitutional Republic to 0 Marxian Democracy is recalled ond I Approximately two hundred dis·~·----------1 ;:;~:~:edn,f~~i:n:::d7t!~:p~!rt~nos;ol7t~coald;~f;,:',ty.know, or have ~aced Kalmucks have been quietly Personally We Prefer rough! into the United Stales during A N J r It was sweltering weather in the City of Brotherly Love during tho ... past few months according to a ice, uicy Hambone week from June 23 to June 27, 1936, where delegates to the first National !;;~18\:18.~;;~~e::~chfo~d~:s~~~~~~~;; Before he reSigned as Director of Democraltc Convenlton smce the elecl!on of Franklin D Roosevelt four -.nd integrated into the American way the Of{Ice of Pr1ce Stabilization and years earher, was 111 sess10n C1f life". left for Ohio to campaign for the sen· Tempers flared and here and there a hot·headed Southerner protest· Kalmueks are the descendants of ate se~t of ~ohn Bricker, the Honor· ed vi.olently at first and feebly toward the last, ~gainst apostates and hnghis Khan's Mongolian horde able Mtke _DISalle performed a memor- heretics w_ho re-wrote the ru_les, framed the resolut1ons a~d charted tha which roamed around over Asia and abl~ service for .the ~eople of the new left-wmg course do:vn whtch the party was to be steered m future . ••tern Europe during the 12th Cen- Umted States which woll insure him . Gradually the New Deal bulldozer, operated largely. by Roosevelt ap· Wry and who were driven out in the ~o~~t\~~!e~l.ace in the hearts of hts fi~~t~;~~s~ ~~~e;~l !Po;;s~~i~~ns~ e;;r~Zl~:~Y a~hdat~nll~l:!r:~~~~t~;:~n;~~~s:i~;~t l&th C~ntury ~fter the fall of the Taking into consideration the in- by th~ hme the full representation convened iry the auditorium to pass on )longohan Emplfa. flationary ~rends which are placing commJttee reports. ~r~I~~~I~I;, t~:! .. ~~~~~.;:,Y"'~~ .. "c?, ~:~~ ~:;~:~~~:'!~~~~1~·1l~gh::C~1it \~: cte~c1~ :;s ;,.~;:,: ~:::;;:?~:;~~~~t;~;r~fQ·:!~:;l]:.:=:~~~::·\~~:\·.a~;;;::·~-:~;, \fruted States in the placement of rosmg cost of at least one commodity crop up and all resolutions were shown as having been adopted unam· ::t·r~bat!:~c~~e:h:~ :~:a t~r~~ ~:~~~ to~: fi~~~~dina~v~?~trmce~W~~ ~~~ne~ 1 mously. . . to Texas, it was explained. ~~~~~~ion in the price of dinosaur intel~~~s ~~i~~c\~:t;~~~e:r~~t~~e~f~~: :t~n t~~r~~~~sher~f wrha~~e~~sehnat~) Jt seems that we are indebted for giants debated fundamental issues of the party were noticeably absent at tlis valuable addition to our _popula- the Philadelphia gathering. tton to the. Tolstoy Foundatoon for Why Not Call the Probably this was because there w~re no master minds or mental •tdtng Russtan Refugees, _to .the In- giants present and the only issue permitted to come up for d1scusswn =·~~io~~\i~;!rgJ:u~~ITa~;z~~ou~c~~~ Whole. Thing Qff? :ha~rt~~:" 8~oa;~~~na~ethe greatest amount of the taxpayers' money in the "- Chnst 111 An:'er1ca ~hose tnple The ?dmi~SJOn .of New~.l0ld ~fot:ns. Roosevelt had had four years in which to lay his plans for this occa· tlforts resulted m landmg the Kal- corruption m~estJgator m ~:a.shmg- sion when a transition from Constitutional government to a Socialistic State inuck~. on our shor~s after all olh~r ~on. that he, htmself, had par~1~1pated was to be undertaken under the guise of social benefits to the people Oountues had derued them admtt· m the ~wag and was a ben~flc1ary of in strict accordance with specifications laid down in the Communist Mani- Mnce. boodle m the amount of th1rly thous- festo by Karl Marx which served as the New Deal bible. lust what this country needed - and dollaJs, r~duce~dthe ~~?le ~lean- A vital part of his preliminary preparations for conversion to Social· tome displaced Kalmucks. up proce ure ~ a st e-~p 1 mg ar:-e. ism had been the recognition of Russia and the opening of immigration h e alwa s known that there Apparently 1 n~man IS not only .111· bars to undesirable aliens who were experts in propaganda, subversion and va'::om~~hing la~king but we couldn't ~~p~~~e r~fc::f:c~~~~ t~1~y j~~~ ~~!151 ~: infiltration or. gov~rm.nent a~d olh~r agencies with the virus of Socialism think what it was. seems not even to know anybody and Commumsm, 1ts tdeolog1cal twm. whose skirts are clean. So the Roosevelt pupp~t show ~ot under way and delegates who were Now, we know. The· whole thing should be given sent there ~o r~present _vanou~ sech?ns of the. coun~ry and to defend and Jt was displaced Kalmucks. "f't~n o~r opinion, and 1th~ deliverance ~~~~~;:~eedd;l~':II~;ri~e~!:f;:lasv~;$0~~~~ s~~~ll!t~~o p::,~:d ~~1: s~~n~~e, and 1f we could only fet a fe.~h u~d~~ ~ionis~s ~~:tf~11efe~~~~~ ~~;~e~~~~u~~ It was abou_t this time also that infiltr~t~on of churches and religious fl'ivUeged Magyars {) go wt e November. groups was gelttng well under way. and pohhcal prayers wE>rE:' part of the Boy, Oh Boy! Any way. crookedness and thievery official proceedin!!:s of the convention and sounded the note that was to ---------- which might be developed in connec- mark party policies from that day forward. lion with the Internal Revenue De- A prayer by Wiliam H. Fineshriber of Reform Congregation Keneseth Supreme Court Members ~t~~~~~~n~i~~a~vto~~~tb~f /~·~:.~e d~~~ ~~a~~l~~~~~f'fr~~~<i ~~ii~~":~a:ts~~~i;;'~p·~~~o:~~~~ ~~~cr~t~: l~\~~~~:; Side With (ommuniSIS ~~ ~:~e~uf:t~t ~~~~rd~~:t:~~te picture out i,~t~ .m.a~~c~i~~r~::s ~::~~sg~~u!i~;e f!~n~he aged and helpless but let lrl the recent case before the Supreme 1\ thorough and honest investiga- not that pity be the 'counterfeit presentment' of sm.ug content .. : .l--et lourt involving the six lawyers in the trial tion of the past twenty years' opera- 'all men's good be each man's rule' ... Protect us ahke from the SUICidal E:~e eleven convicted Communists, the tion of the government by smooth pro- madness that lusts for unbridled wealth ... and the unworthy fear tllat terms of from one to six months given moters and fast money boys would de- shuts us out from the Parliament of Men and Federation of the World .m by Judge Medina of New York for velop that the American taxpayers ... Thou knowest no color, nor creed nor race .. /' ":::'t ;~;~~~:· :t;h:P~~~eme court ~flri~n~·;r d~fiii's~d of billions upon Roos~:ei~: p~~~~i~;\~~in\::~g";~~t~~;,t~oa~e b~~nt~~c~~~is~~~ir~8co~~it~!~ ~nted, thereby stdmg wtth ~e Commun- But that IS water over the dam and and all opposition to the abrogatiOn of the two-thirds rule for choostng ... ud, b~ infet·ence, defendmg the_ right the only solution is to turn the rap- presidential nominees which had held the Democratic Party to safe moor- ' :::,~~;~:"th~ ,;:!~~~=~( ::~~~"~~7: ~~~11j~~~t 0f~~~1 :el?~~~oa~~r~~~~~ J~b ings ;~:ec~t~I~~~~:i~~· ~~t.sb:~r:::~h:e~~~;~~i~~~jr:~:~:~med the party £:States. The Justices stdmg wtth the ~hid~ can only be. a~comphshed. by of Jefferson from an instrument for upholding and preserving Constitutional munists were Douglas, Black and mtelhgent and patnohc voters acllng k:furter. in accord at the next election. (Continued on Page2} Millions of Americans Think ltMM The Southern Conservative Says It _::P~oge~2 ______________ :T:..:._H:.::E_:S:O.U:::._T:..:.H:.::E:..:.RN~CO:..:.N:..:.S..:.E_RV_A:..:.T_IV_E ____________M_ orch, 1951 As Long as Truman Is President, We Philadelphia Story- Will Have Corruption in Government (Continued From P•s• 11 . . . ___ government into an implement for promotmg Souahsm in this country when Americans who hoped that the pres1- , they offered this resolution: ~~~~ w~~l~o~r~k;ti~n·lr~e~~v~~~~.~~ Opponents of (ommumsl Fronler "Resolved, that all questions, including the _nominations of _candidates llad as well forget it. Have The last Word for President of the United States and VICe President of the Umted Sta_te., of '!o~~~~~~~~f~ ;~~~:~~:f~~t~~~~g uot month the Flrot Methodist Church :~~ll ~~: ~~:~::~o;:r: ;x~~~~~~ ;:t~Z~!~:.:::le;o·~~::t~o:e ;z:;i~-~!~0~ J!lCan that the president and most of of Houston through 1ts pastor mvlted 8 two-thirds vote in such cases is hereby specifically abrogated." :~stuar~l~,n~~e~~l~l~dn~t~~ ~0 :a~t~n~ ::g;·:eg~~::ui~sto:::::ct>to 0;d~.~;;tht:1~ There was ~earty applause following the reading of this resolution !~~~l~~fngfiS:is i:;:~~~gation which hood Wee~"· whic~A:a~::;~:~::~r at~:p~ee~olution wjll vote 'aye', opposed cno'; the The appointment of Ne~bold. ~or- When tht.s unprecedented procedure was ayes have it" intoned the chairman and in this brief space of time the r~o~~ c~hna~u:~iher~~:~~Pp1:0~~£f~~:n! ru~::e~h:c:e a:~ :~:e:r::::;~ ::::::~ greatest act of infamy in our political his~ory w~s commi_tted with not :bony and thaf it would result in a . . The Church Board had decided one single ~oice raised in protest against this serv1le deserhon of a grt~at whitew~sh as all similar movements to cancel the invitation, it is understood, party principle. before It have done. when 1 notorious Houston millionaire Soc- At about this time the Great Brain from Texas, th~ Honorable ~om th~e;~~~~e~ftor~!s ~a~:~~~J~~~ed 1alist who _contribute~ Jiberall~ to _the f;:~~!lft~r~~o:ea:t~:n t~~c~~:~~~~ j~~tt~:~~~~:~ ~~~ 1~hf~~t~~~c~~al~! would approach the task with an church, imphed that hJs generosJty mtght south to surrender all power to the underworld political machines of the mind and not be influenced by be withheld il the Negro Communist Froo- North. !san bias. ter's speaking engagement was cancelled. _ He took the floor, instead, to attest to the immortal virtues of Franklin A~ a matter of fa~~ he is ,not a That did it, and the Negro made hts Delano Roosevelt and to second the nomination for president o~ the ~ubhcan a~ all bu~ a liberal ~ho scheduled appearance, and spoke to a mixed States 8 man who, less than an hour before, had neatly sltt the ,::~n~:!~i~~;eda:Jth w~~m:u~~t of every Democrat in the South: . 1ympathetic to real Republican of Negroes. 11Mr. Chairman and delegates to this grea_t convention: We have met ~~~~ci~~=~ ~ea~oc~a'ti~a~ail~ti" of~~: o:f ~:s:;::ic~:d r!~:~:~ted was an we n~~in~~~ a8:;~;d:~e :~~i~~~si~e~~~fn~t~o~"~1~~a~~t~ade ~;r:h~r~~~~~~ Just before the Negro 1poke the white and minds of the Democracy of the Nation-we are met ~o na~~ a candt. pastor read what he said was .•n uns~l~cited ~:l~ct~':I :re:~~e~m~~~a~as e~~fead(;; :!rJ~e t~:~ ~~rp~~~~ ~~~~~0~io~:~~ telegram from a higher LegiOn offtctal at " Y P Austin s~yin~ that the .protest or .t~e Hous- Following this initial burst of oratory, the Senator fro~ Texas related ton Leg!Onaue was hlS ~wn opmtOn and the events 1eading up to the nomination of Roosevelt at Chtca~o fou: yearl w••••J. ~ ··:-,c:···. 1 dtd not represent the LegiOn. before and then Struck a dramatiC pose aS he demanded Of hiS aUdience: th:h:~~g~oe ·~:~ :::d c~:~::i~i~i:~~: nific~,~~ ::~~:nfio~~a~eh~~e~~t~r~~n~ ~so!~~t w~a~~~~a~i~~e i~ 6~ii~a~:,~ a member o( Communist Fronts, he had When the applause had died down the Senator continued: 14The record been cleared by the FBI. of Roosevelt ... has been written not simply in cold and pulseless type, in fervid frenzied ... but in furrow of the Morch, 1952 T)l E SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE_ ____________~ Pog~ ---- "We Are Not Fighting Communis;-;1, jTeacher Has First-Hand Experience Our Government Is Promoting II.'' \ Yith the Horrors of Socialism ·----- ~'We are not fighting Communism, be- One Texas tt-acher has had her eyes open- .ause ou_r ~?vernment is busy promoting JndicafiORS Poijfl~ 10 TWO· ed to the ~viis of Socia~ism thro~gh first- When Is A Treaty :~:~u~~~~cbl~:::a ;~:gr:~~~~~:nhi~o;o~~~ Parfy System ~~ T~e South ~:~:~o~~~~~:n~se ::~~i~~n:e:n~~~~~~::esa~= Not A Treaty? br quotmg the record. . . . the profession of its Cllpacity for tb• de- A treaty takes precedent• over the law• "Univen-:ll Military Training is Ariiclc ~:·o Ca~s m con~('ct •on with the ~urrent struction of a nation's economy, of the countries which at·e a party to it ac- 182 of t11? Soviet ConstituHon. Truman JH'csuknhal can~p:.ugn gtv!" us an t~ca of Her name is .Ml's. Dorothy Naylor of col'ding to rulings which have been mad• deman~s 1t here. Every Ru!>sian youth t~~~ cha~ge~ attitude o£ the South m po- Houston. She has been an exchange teacher which have held United States law• invalid il: a prtsoner. H~ can't emigrate. Same .in htJcal thmkmg. . in New Zealand for the past year and where tber were in violation of tbe United AmeriCa at age e1ghteen" Mr. Buffet sa1d. One is the incid('m of s.~ndtor Robert A. since that country ts one of the world's Nations Charter. Othe,r c~mparisons noted by the congress- Taft.'s speec~ in Houston. recent~y ':here he most advanced Socialistic States, she had However tbia rule does not apply in. -~:s:i:r~;as ~aper money, steadily losing ~\~ao~k:h~0e1~Ja~~pt~~=e:af~:~ ;~d~:r~~~n~~~ an~z:~~~Y:~t: ;:i:::d S:ia:~::u~n •i:t::;~ :~:esan~h~~: ;or!~n~oc~alisrm i; not th~ ~ nlue. Amenca has paper monev, con· of the corruphon, squ:l'ldermg 3nd c~nhs- of the land wh the p ~ . up 8 ou t 0 the Un t :•:t~iti~~s~n!n:~'.:· to ':w:eit~~ ~ount<Y ~~~~-y policies of the T<umm admimstra- everything _and :::rcises g;;:;~~t:n co~7r:~ ~~~::r~:~~~::~~c!: ;;,~~~ :'.~~:dn ~n~,;~ R . h g over the Clhzen from the cradle to the Jack the people of Texas out of thetr Ttd .. tro:SSiaWea\:~:on;h:~ic~e~~d ~~~~ge w~~~~ du~!l: ~~:~gi~a~:!~::ui~"t~ep~~:~t:i~~:; grave. . _ . lands. . .. they are not as rigid as in Russia, Truman in the mterest of hi.o:; own candidacy or .she explamed that although the Nahon- They readily and conventently lgnorf'd. wants them stronger. that of some hand-picke-d candidate whom ahst Party m New Zealand returned to a h·eaty of 1845 between Texas and th• In Russia the government wa~es foreign he may choose to succet•d him. power two y~ar.s ago the sixteen·year rule ~m~ed States when Te~as e~tered ~he Un-war and calls il peace. Ditto in America. We don't remember of any other occa· of the Labontes had muddled and bungled ton m which Texas retamed IItle to tt8 coaa- Tr~~:1i1a is~::~or: g:~w~rdaenrd 01~nf:;~sat~~~ ~~o:t ;:1~: ~oR;~:!lic:~ ~fa~:i~a~ ~or ~re~~ ~:~t ect~~~m~:f ~~:p~:un;;~~;::,~;h caa~l::~ ~~~P:•;~;r;ttt~e ~~~ie;n~ta~::.lared tt th• information here. only have had a c:tpl)r~t's guaa;d ~o"~~ar pull out of the throes of Socialism. By thi$ decision, a treaty was held u Ruasia allies itself with Communist gov- him. "New Zealand is a beautiful countt·y having a very low status and not superior •rnments in other countries. American Also it is most unu::;ual for a so-called and I had a lovely yea~ there, but now that to any law, since there was no law nor 'ovcrnment allies ilself with Communist Democratic candidate to feel that it is nee- I am home, I feel obbgated to be truthful Constitutional provision on which the !~:la\•ia and other Socialistic govern- ~~~::Y :~t~~;n t~t~::p;~!~ :i;e;o~: 0;0~~~ :b;~tn;~~~c:v::;·~o ~t1~·:· p~=:~~r stated in ~~~~~ ~~~e:r!~sd.decision eKcept the law of Russia taxes ~ts people to supply foreign go to anybody offering on the Democratic "The govemment has long since diS·f ----- =~i::~n~;;'~o\\t~: s:~~t.ary and other sup- tic~~: :oa;e t~::~ ~~o g::;~e~~dicate that ~n :~u~~~~d n~:>' nt:::dyofh:sri:~::ug~nt:~~~~~~ Liberty Belles Sound A Rus,;ta di~ects productio~ by controlling the future there may be a two-party sys- t? start ~ny new type of industry" Mrs. Clarion Call for Members an~ all.ocahng key materials. The same lem in the South which would be valuable ~aylor sa1d. pohcy IS followed here. - insuranceJgainst the Federal government She pointed out that the government is Under t.h.~ cm~ragcous le~dership of the Only part of the effects of thiS march to- ever becoming clogged with corruption broke too, because instead of operating for f~arless VtHe~ Kellems ?f (.onnectlcut .. tha ward Communism has been eKperienced again. a profit, it bus tried to exonerate Socialism L1ber~y Belles, an orgamz_atJOn of patr.!Otlcr by most Americans, Mr. Buffet said and by operating for the alleged benefit o! Amencan women, is maktn2 great strtde~. ad~ed .· . . . . In New Delhi, r ecently, Mrs . Eleanor the people and of cour~e has failed . Miss Kell~~s hopes it will enroll no les<J Amcucan boy~ consc~tpted to dut m Roosevelt told her audience of ln- They manufacture nothing in that coun- than _ten _milh?n women between now and Korea by executive ord.er have had the dians, in effect, to h old everything try and have suffered se\'ere coal, !(as and election ttme ~~ November and from w~at full i~pa~t of Commumsm. From these until she got back h ome lnd brought electricity shortages w~ know of !thss Kellems and her a~ihty. :~~. ".:~.'t:~:~ ~~·.~:.~-~n taken away. They ~~~ ,t~'~t~\;~:U•c?.PJ~. i~}?.u~P.e and ~~::::~~;~~:I:~:YGE:~~::~~~ :r::~ ·:·::·:;;e:~~~~;;;:~~~:~;::::·~;,~::~:·r~;;~~~ Another Catch in the //Covenant the short working hours and wholesale realizing .. she does, that there Is '""".on· apathy· of towns dosed up tight as drums ~ry work on Amencnntsm to be done WJth-f ·an Human Rights 11 Is Discovered ~~ ~:!~~d::~db!";~;:h:~.~h·::~~~ •..~ ::~ ~:~~·:tic:~::. ·;~o;~~~.~~,~·:~:.:~~e. •t:cl:;:; ----------lend. America. There are so many underhanded "I've beard Americans warn of auch According to Richard Lloyd Jones, edl- ·~~t c~.~o~~~~~o;;\~~~, o~\~~eu~?~~ Connally . and the ~~~~!:i·e;~~";o~;h~i :~:i:li:.~ve:.:e·~~ ~:~~~~/h;e~u~:'.~;:~~n;/~~: ~:~:::· .~~ tations t~~t it is impossible for the T T•d I d til I saw it in action" l1.rs. Naylor said forts in beha1f of good govet·nment, e\:en average Citizen to comprehend them ex as I e an s and added : though she is a manufacturer of cable grtpl aUOne of the trickiest of these is the An editorial in the Fort Worth Press si~~~t;·ea~~e d:~a:l~ns~:: ~~:sog:~e~~:::~ an~s::s~a~e:~~e ::~;:g:i:: :o ;;:e~u:i;::; one which was approved by the United points out that the real fu~ht of the Federal take over everything, we'll be strangled Declaration of Independence:• Mr. Jooea ~ations General Assembly at Paris, government to 1ecure co~trol of the Tide· in the same noose." says editorially, and 11.dded: December 10, 1948, which says: lands of Texas started m 1937 when a No greater public service could be ren· "Hail to 1\liss Vivien Kellems. When th• "After the draft covenant is finally resolution passed the Senate call.ing on t~e dered in this period of history when Soria\- Social s~curity officials came to her offica reviewed and revised, it will be open Federal government to flle su1ts to wm ism has all but closed in on our govern- and told her she would have to deduct a f-or signature and ratification and will control of the Tidelands. ment, educational, religious and other in· fixed contribution from every worker·s en~ oome into force when twenty countries The editorial claims that the resolution stitutions them for so~e group with money velope, sh~ said that her workers were en~ Htify it". passed the Senate unanimously and that to spend, to subsidt'Ze this teacher and HUed to their fu11 take·homt> pay and !hat In other words, even if the United ::tJthougb Senator 1'om Connally was pres· send her as a ~\is~ionary to preach the she would take nothing ttway from them States Senate should reject this trait- ent, he made no fight against it. gospel of AmerJCamsm. am.ong .the mem· on imperial order. orous covenant, it would come into They might have added also,. that Sen- bers of her own professiOn tn thts country. "So in gallops the legal caval.ry of Wash~ eff~ct any. w~y when twenty other ,tor Connally further aided and abetted ington do·gooders and they satd: 'Madam, nahons ratify 1t. jv the Tidelands grab when he went to it is a painful task .but you h~ve got to pay to 1~!\~~~~:~e~~~~~~~~~;:;-~:e,~~~~ ::;,. ·:: ~;k;o~· .~~~~r w::t ~ru;~:!,"~:~: Nice Work If ~::~~ ;:i~. ~u:o,~:~~·;.~~::.:~~;~:·~~ ~~! :~~t i~'~lr~~~":o a~~te0~~~n~"m~:~~,m~nn~ :·':~bto;: ~~~ ~0us~~:;h·~:~~~~~:~,go~::~ You Con Get It ~:~~ ~~:' ;i~:o~~t~ ~.~:~:·:! .. ,~:d~~.~:~ proposed by Senator Bricker which later, as attorney general of the United . s_tates Court o£ .Appeals. U reversed the would prevent any treaty or world States, he worked up the ~a~e for the big The coffers o( the Rayburn famtly ftne. Ou~ cute httle treasury department covenant superseding our Constitution -:teal of the proprrty of hts native Texas. have been enriched with an addi- had confl!lcated her bank account, but the j~h~o \~~~d;h~f bf~la~~ ~~~ge~:;:,~~ If Connally "turned h.s back" on Clark ~~;:~,,$~~~~~.per year of the tax· ~:~r:,.~~ ~~~e;~:Yo~~~·:o t~~~~;·;~o;::e :: M.ke us out of the outfit altogether. for thts dastar~ly betrayal of the peopl.e This was accomplished by the ap- away from her any more than she had the Our preference would be the latter. :: :~c~:~~e:hi:·~:s~~n:~!:~::w::::;sc s~!:~ ~~~~i;~:'ko~i~rr~,~~~~~~y 'l~t~u:aa:ha~: ;~:kte:: take money out of her employee~· that time have shown them ';buddying up" nephew of the Speaker of the House, "\\'ell there is one a:rand example of Rt social events. as Federal Communications Commis- Americanism. And there is our hope." 1----------! sioner, at a salary of $15,000 per year. Mr. Jones conclude! wlth the assertion Problem found By Baptists It has been rumored tM the pic- sa!d~r~:~~ tgo;~~~. ~~0~~~0 ~~~~~~t~i :~:~~:;., ·~~~ ::t. outraged women Is our 1o Dallas the increase in the number of ture of General Douglas MacArthur his expense account, limousme and Sensible Solution Of Negro :::;:.,s:f~~~~ ~:~~~e~~ ;h:;~~~:~ for the has been removed from the wall at ~lr~~3~'~~u~~e~t~u~ ~~~i~~f~~·~'1d.~t -Se-na- to_r_J-ac_k_B_. T-e-nn-ey-of-C-al-ifo-r· The situation was found when two Jarge West Point, but this we fmd difficult nia, who has made life miserable for !~::s~o:!::~i~nsb~i;:n:~~ :;l;;rg:fe !~ to.believe. S~rely the student whore- The Washington Spendergasts is Communists and fellow travellers in :Negro memb~rs o£ the church. ce1ved t~e ~Igh.est grades e.ver e~rned the name given the Fair Deal squand- ~hat State .. says that the little ~an Th• churches were located in South at that mshtuhon of learnmg Will al- erers by an El Paso man, Mr. Tom m the White House plays the ptano Dallas where Negroes predominate. ways be honored there. Nolan. while the nation burns Pogo 4 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI! Ma rch, 1952 The Southern Conservative Is No Such Thing As A monthly publicatton of Government Or Federal Aid editorial opinion with Recenlly a press dispatch was sent out of national circulation. Washington which stated that in the past -----:----::-::---- eighteen years from 1934 through 1951, Ida M. Duden, Editor inclusive, the Federal government had ldlto ri•l OHiu s f latiron Building "given" to Texas the stupendous sum of Port Worth, Tex11 Phone FA-2089 $3,185,377,930.00 in Federal aid for vari-ous projects. Price $5.00 P..r Year The impression was left that the Fed- ..,1~!'U-:l ~t! ~~t!be:n,,.pe~u~ h~ :':,.[ri:1. 111 b- eral government out of generosity and big heartedness had reached down into its :.ft:b::.::: !!:!: ':~:~~~~~~:f:::::; !~:~s~;:o~:: a:da~~e~:e at~ta:~enatyp~~s:~~P~! who are stupid enough to believe just that ,..----------.1 The truth is that the Federal A helple" t porrow co11 drift wjth tho wi11d has not "giren'' Texas a thin · t .. t ittokos oftHglo toflyovoillstthe storm. have simply sent back a \'Cry· FOUR FREEDOMS FOR REAL AMERICANS Freedom from interference by the Federal goVernment. Freedom to work without being fo rced to Join • Labor Union. 1 freedom in the choice of associates without dictation from racial equality agitators. Freedom to earn, to save and to own property without fear of confi1cation by Federal taxing authorities. :========~I ~;~;e~~. ;h~~- the people or w· d C I f of Southern T~~.Tc:~~,;~;;::d::-~h!• In the lost lour years •lone, I er lrCU a IOn united s,., .. , !~:~\:x~;'~~~~0 ~,$~:.;~.~~~.~~~~·more Conservative Wonted by Solons ~~t;gitE!:tf ~~;~h:~~;/1:1;!i~~·. !? \:·~h:•;.,~e:7g~~~~:·~· .. ~:~k to the state -~n~o~raf~~g s~~~;,~n~~~~~~va~~~:, u~t;i~g 1~;~;~~r~ti~~~~~~~e e~~o~: served to the States respect1Vel11, or to There is no such thing as "Federal aid." f~c~~healf %r Constitutional government. . the people. The Federal government does not have any Since members of State Legislatures have greater authont.y and power, money ~o a~d a~yth i ~g or anybody except under our Constitution, than any other group of lawmakers, m the '~orld, A Big Economy Wave Hils The that whoch " g.ven '' by the St•tes.. including members of the United States Congress, we treasure the.r ex-federal Defense Department m:nheC: :l~~ ~~e~~:c~7aetet;xa~~w t~::r~~n t~hk~ pres~!~n~a~! i~~~ ~~~t?~;P~~·ur paper ever sine~ you first sent il to me.'' . . ing a small part of it and labeli ng it "Fed- says 3 member of the Idaho Senate. "You certam~y de.serve a lot of credit ov~r ~:v;,.~rm:~o:~:ini:r:t~:":P~~~ ~~:~ :':~· .'b~: ;;"~~:~.~~ 1:h~0 ~~~;:,.n~tt:;: [0;my~~;ec1!~f~0{~[:r~sf:d \~i~~! ~~~;e~r~.~~~;e.n:t~~Je~ t~~rm~~tv~;,~;~i~:~~ the Defense Department has issued fairs of that State so far as whatever proj- bill of goods ever offered the American people m the name of peace. an order which will probably save they have "aJded" is concerned. Why in the name of heaven the n_ewspapers. a~ l o.ver the country haven't :~ou;hd ta~payers' money to balance prop~;r:a;o:;t~~II o:f~ !h6,n~~~~~!n:~ ~~:e~0~~i~~i-k~o ~~~bet~~e~:ofrl: ~~~~~h~~~ 1l·~!r?ce1~~~0 ~~~n ~;i~pti~~ e u ge · . tl d' I d Republic and install Socialism and Com- of treachery". AJthough It was rece~ Y 15~ ose munism and that is what is happening From a member of the Vermont House of Representatives: "I .look that fthey h~~ i~/~~e 0!~~~C:J s~rv~~:~ here. forward to each issue of your publication to read the most . 'A~e~·~~~n' era Jag ra 00 OOO h' h · We have not looked up figures ~ny thinking to be found anywhere. Jt seems that today the two btg habi~Jhes ~o;:\~~~v~~r~5req'uire:~0°~t~p~;vi;: further hac~ than four years b~t it is hke- are, first that one is an American and be)jeves in t~ose principles on "hich 12 OOO 000 during World War II, the ly that durmg the 18-year penod referred ~ur country wa!j founded and second, that one believes in and has a trust bNins' 1n the Defense lo, Texas has probably sent more than $20,· m God". March, 1952 THE SOUTHERN CONS~RVATIVE Pogo I Jessup Would Give Privileges To African Nar-ives Which He Denies To Citizens of The Uniled Sf~fes ----------!accurately indicate their ideological affili­Truman Has Never Yet Allacked Socialism ation. It is understood that the protest did not represent the better element l)f labor lead­ers in Fort Worth who are highly regarded We wonder if it has seemed more than £or their sound views, but was instigated passing strange !!\at while Harry S. Truman by a radical minority group which is dis­rants and raves against Communism every credited in labor circles. now and then, for the record, he has neverl----------1 yet been known to utter one word against The first enduring monument to the Socialism. personal pride oi politicians were the As Chief Executive of the Nation it is Pyramids o! Egypt which were erected to ~~P~~~i:n=~~iil!~ tZn~P~~~:,:;t~ ~:ot:~~~:: appease the vanity of ancient kings. The or break down our form of government. £econd was Hyde Park. Instead he has thrown in with the Social-ists and adopted as his policies every pro- last stage in to~alitarianism whi~e pa~'ing posal advocated by Norman Thomas in the the way toward 1t by embracmg 1ts imtial days before the Socialist Party fused with step. the New Deal and Fair Deal outfits. Americans should Ibten carefully to Mr Since Sooialism is always the prelude to Truman's public pronouncements hereafter Communism, It Ia highly significant, Jn our and make their own check on his avoidance opinion, that the president will denounce the of any attack on Socialism. RUSSELL FIRST DEMOCRAT IN TWENTY "!EARS TO ANNOUNCE FOR PRESIDENT We are opposed to the reckless squandering of the hxpayers' money by Incompetent, irresponsible and improvident public officials and we contend that taxes should be lnied for purposes of revenue only and not to punish the rich, reward the poor or redistribute the wealth. We are firmly committed to the principle of States Rights and we hold that the people of 1ny part of the Um•ed States are entitled to maintain their j,;n v~~~~altocu;!;;:~uaa~: ::;::~~~~!s ii~h=~~~~.'erference from politicians seek· We Ire unequivocally in favor of Free Enterprise as opposed to govern· mentownershipofbusinessand insistontheresponsibilityofeveryAmerican to seek to improve his social and economic condition through initiative, energy and thrift rather than leaning on the arm of government for support. We concede to every man the right to work and the opportunity of profit­ableemploymentr• gardlessofwhetherhedoes,ordoes not, belong to a labor union, • On the other hand, we claim for the employer the Irrevocable right to hire and fire his employees without instructions from any government agency or intimidation by Federal Police. We feel that at this crucial time in history, It is imperative that news­papers and other groups seeking to influence public opinion should exert every effort within their power to help preserve dur republican form of gov· ernment, our Free Enterprise system and American way of life. We shall exertallourenergiestothatend. These are the sentiments of the SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE and al. though ours may be only one small voice crying in the wilderness, we will fight for fundamental American principles, as we understand them, without apology to any man or set of men, Pogo 6 ___ ________ _ THE SOUTH£RN CONSERVATIVI! LEGISlATION PROPOSED TO PROTECT CONSIITUTIONAl RIGHTS OF AMERICANS There Is Promise That Karl Marx' Dream Will Come True March, 1952 M.uch, T952 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE __________________________ Pa~~ MY NIGHT By Itla M. Dartlen This attractive book of one hundred pages is, as might be suspected, an attempted lake-off on Eleanor Roosevelt's "My Day" that literary gem which adorns the pages of many doily news­papers and instructs Americans on how to live, think and vote. "My Night", by implication, gives advice too and suggests rules of human behavior which, 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 lit-erature which inspired it to be written. We do not claim that "My Night" will influence world opinion, revolution­ize social and political customs or change the course of history but we do promise it will afford an hour's lusty entertainment and inspire some hearty chuckles. Prlee · lipeelal prleeo on lois or 100 or more Write THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE 703 Flatiron Building f'ort Worth, Texas WHERE "MY NIGHT" MAY BE PURCHASED ••My Nigbt" 16 now on sale at the following book stores: Sutton Place Book Shop, 407 E. 57th Street, New York, N.Y., New England News Company, 30 Garrison Street, Boston Frederick and Nelson, Fifth and Pine, Seattle, Wash. Thalhimer Brothers, fnc., Richmond, Va. Of!ice Supply Company, 517 East Capital, Jackson, Miss. Harvard Cooperative Society, Harvard Square, Cambridge, Mass. Charles Cobbler Book Store, 111 Richmond at .Main, Houston, Texas Silva's Book Store, 115 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Georgia. Miller and Rhoads, Richmond, Virginia. Miller's, Inc., Knoxville, Tennessee. Unive1·sity Cooperative Society, 2246 Guadalupe St., Austin, Texas. Smith and Hardwick, 406 North 20th St., Birmingham, Alabama. Otto Ulrich Co., Inc., 396 Main, Buffalo, New York Elizabeth Agee's Bookshelf, 191~ 11th Avenue, Birmingham, Alabama. Matheny's, Inc., Knoxville, Tennessee l'he Book Stall, 2025 Guadalupe, Austin, Texas The Fair, 7th at Throckmorton, Fort Worth, Texas 'l'he Old Corner Book Store, ~0 Bromfield Street, Boston, Mass. National Council !or American Education, 1 Maiden Lane, New Yorlr, N.Y. Emmons Book and Record Shop, 815 North Charles Street, Baltimore, M.d. J. B. Book and Gift Shop, 626 Marshall Street, Shreveport, La. Women's Voice. 537 South Dearborn, Chicago, nl. California Anti-Communist League, 257 South Parkview St., Los Angeles, Calif. Barber's Rook Store, 8th at Throckmorton, Fort Worth, Texas The Methodist Publishing House, Fifth and Grace Streets, Richmond, Va. J. R. Monaghan and Company, 413 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Fred Harvey, Terminal Station, Cleveland, Ohio. Vroman's Book Store, 469 East Colorado Street, Pasadena, California. The Little House, 107 E. Gordon St., Savannah, Ga. Prichard Book & Stationery Co., 302 North Main Street, Las Cruces, New Mexico. Popular Dry Goods Co., El Paso, Texas. Gittman's Book Store, 1227 Main Street, Columbia, South Carolina. No1·ton Brothers, 217 East San Antonio Street, El Paso, Texas The White House, El Paso, Texas The American News Company, 131 Varick St., New York, N. Y. Doubleday Book Shop, Penobscot Building, Detroit, Michigan. Doubleday Book Shop, 228 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida. Dou~leday Book Shop, 14 Wall Street, New Y01:k ~.Y. Robm's Bookshop, 413 South River, Geneva. IJJu~OJs. Whyte Bookshop and Gallery, Inc., 1518 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D.C. M~Cielland's Bookstore, Inc., 100 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio. Jrhller's Book Store, 64 Broad Street, Atlanta, Georgia. ~t/T~~:~~f~s~~~~e~~ :~~~ ~11:p,5~~e\J~~::, ~~~!Ph~ YTennessee. Acme Code Company, 597 West 33rd Street, New York. William Ballantyne &: Sons, 1421 F. Street, Wa~hington, D. C. Brown Book Shop, 1013 Fannin, Houston Texas. L-ena Dean Book Shop, 117 West Front, Tyler, Texas. Doubleday Book Shop, 934 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, }'lorida. James F. Drake, Rare Books and Autographs, 24 West 40th St. New York, N. Y. Edith Farnsworth's Book Shop, 9 North Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs. Colorado. Greenwood Book Shop, Delaware Trust Building, Wilmington, Delaware. The Personal Book Shop, 285 Columbus Avenue, Boston Massachusetts. Robin's Bookshop, 413 £outh River, Genela, Illinois. Santa Fe Book & Stationery Company, 100 San Funcisco Street, Santa Fe, New M(':xico. P. K. Smith & Company, St. Petersburg, Florida. Womrath Boobhop, 74 Trinity Place, New York, l\~::w York. MY NIGHT By the Editor I am writing my column tonight in a comfortable and attractive hut in Zamibar where I am the house guest o£ members of the Swahilli 'frjbe on the East African Coast. Last night I spent the early evening visiting with a group of native women la. the nearby hills and while I always enjoy meeting new people, I was saddened te ' !:~~~ra~h:~p~t;:~:it!:~i:shi~~v~n::li~~:la~:d t~~:n~r~::n~!epr:~i!:: for them. Through the influence of our world group, the United StatM &overnment was recently induc('d to send ten shiploads of lip. sticks, nylon bose and braiisieres to the young women and girls here in order to implement Democracy in this section of th• world. The lipsticks and hose wrre furnished as part of the Marshall Aid Plan and the brassieres came under Point Two of Lhe president's program to uplift the people o! backward countriu. I feel that the mis-use of these products is traceable to the short·sighted policy of our leaders in Washington who have neglected to sf'nd social 1ervice workers and other government represent:1tives here in sufficient numbers to properly assist the population in converting to our New World Order. At any rate, il was rather disheartening to me to discover that the bra.ssieret were being used as seines !or catching minno,ws; that the nylon hose were beinl tied together and converted into ropes for staking out milk goats and that the lipsticks were being employed to draw grotesque figures on the naked bodies of Swahilli warriors. In spite of my disappointment at this lack of appreciation of our good-will ge. ture, 1 did nol !eel that my visit here had been in vain since 1 was able, later, te persuade a large group o£ native men and women to assemble in a natural ampitheater on the side of the hill where they listened attenthely as I discussed in detail the steps necessary to be taken in acquiring control of a Democratic precinct con\'ention. On ending my discussion, I followed a course which 1 have pursued all over the world and threw open the meeting to a question·nnd-answer session and invited my audience to ask me anything about any subject. Only one query was directed to me but it was of 11Uff1cient importance to make up !or the lack of interrogations on the part of others. This was from a Chieftain of a Cannibal 'fribe deep in the heart of the Bush Country who requested my opinion on the advisability of setting up a system of price controls in his Province and placing a ceiling on meat in view of a seriou. emergency existing among his people as a result of an extended drouth and a •hortage of missionaries. I felt that his question was of such Car-reaching implication u to justify full consideration by various authorities and, allhough I Bm 1eldom asked a question te which I cannot give an immediate and convincing reply, I felt that this matter should be thoroughly explored by various experts in Amalgamated Countries before a decision was rtndered. I explained the intricate situation to the Chif'ftain who bowed low, gave three piercing war whoops and disappeared into the hills followed by all the other native• which left me quite alone to find my way as best I eould back to the hut of my hostess. I did not fePI, howe,·er, that this sudden and coordinated departure of my audienee indicated any di-~courtesy to me but was, instead, a practical demonstration of eo­operative group action on the part o! the natives which will prove a valuable asset to us when we are finnlly able to assimilate them in our world organization. (Copyright 1952 by Ida M. Dat·den) THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI! March, 1952 -. Friend Of An Ambassador "Way Down South Eleanor Makes Whoopee With Here's One For The " Believe Indians In The Far Ea'sl It Or Not" Column Given Ride To Sing Sing In Dixie" Buried way back among the want ads of Former Fire Commissioner Moran On a radio program recently, we were A picture in the Washington Times- newspapers recenlly was a pre:ss dispatcb .t New York has just been ordered surprised and very pleased to hear "Dixie" Herald taken in Lahore~ Pakist~n, carrying in[ormation which should have •ut of circulation fo~ fifteen years by sung.by a p~pulaL' artist. ~~~~sk~~5·0~~:~~: !i~~s~~:l\n~~~~~ been_ bl~zon~d on the_Iront pages o£ every a jury which prescn bed a stretch of Thts beautiful SOt~thern melody has been during a reception being given for publicahon m the nalton. this length in prison for bribery. all but suppressed m recent years by ~he her in that city. . 'l'he article told of the action of Swed~n This incident is important only be- '·planners" who also banned the telling The art icle accompanying the pic- m returning to this country the eleven mtl-oause this character was the close over the radio and pu!Jtish ing of Negro and ture said that, during her trip to the lion dollars she received under the Mar­friend and associate of former Mayor Jewish jokes in the dialect of thos.- ~wo Eastern Counlrie?, Mrs .. Roosevelt shall Aid Plan, with the explanation that O'Dwyer who took it on the lam. to 1:aces and which formerly were the aource ~:~ ~~f~s~~~~~~a\~~~e::~~~~ \~:~'~s~~ they no longer needed the mone_y, had ~o Mexico when the investigation whtch of our most wholesome humor. tion of the world. dollar shortage and were planmng to m-brought about Moran's downfall We hop~ that when the so-called Dem~- After we had recovered from the crease their imports o[ American cotton.. promised to get t oo hot for comfort. cralic_ National Convention is he~d in Chi· hysterics into which we were plunged Since we are on th e sucker list of prac- ,When it became obvious th~t band 1;h~cu~y w~~t~~~u~.~ei~7:.~ss;~~t:~vl~a~ ~c~~~ 1~gh~11ofth!l~a;nocre sf~~~;ngth: ticalty every _country on earth who are con- () Dwyer ha~ to blow town, . Hany lhe carpetbaggers will beg them to quit. thou ht o~curred to us that if she stanlly beggmg for hand-outs, the cou rage :~1 ~r~~:~d "a~~ ~~~~et~~~soi~~l~~sa~~ coul~ be persuaded to devote her at- ~f the plucky little Sca nd anavian count~y ~~~h~~!~~~ ~~;te abj';;'~p k~~;.~ ~~ t~i! If -Was A Good Plan i~~ti~~rl~ ~~~~~nt:"~~c~e~~t~e~ '::;l: ~::'r:::;;~~:~ ~:;;\nn:p~:~n;oney back '" 8 heriff, came across with an Ambas- Buf If D'ldn't Work If so~e method could_ be devised It is an indication that any self-support~ r:dorship for the former mayor who for keepmg her busy cutting the Buck ing, energetic and independent people can now spreading good wilt_ and Amer- The president tried ~o pull a fast a_nd Wmg, may~e she would be_ t_oo handle their own affairs, plan their own lean ~ulture among our fnends South one on Congress but it didn't work. bred to ~ngage m he~ us~a~ a~t\~lty economy and take care _o£ their own inter~ ef ~~: ~~r~e:.mayor's last official acts ~i~ ~·I~~~s{i';at~~~p~;aN~~~g[~tyM~~= ~; ~h~e~~l~ga:~~n~o~~~~et~e gf~~~.tsm es~/:ot:.~:: :~: ~~x:,;;;: ~~:.:owi~~m the before leaving office was to name ris and also authority for the granting money was taken won't be credited with. ~~{a~hiti~~e ~~~t~~~o:e:s ~~~a~:~ ~!r~~n~u~i~~r~~ti~~5~n te:~~yiFn1e~~~i Reported In ~~-:t :;::~~s a!n~e~~~a~~u~~~s~n:~m~~~s~~-:: tit~: ~~~~-in favor of fifteen years Re~:~~~ t~~;~;~~.e:~i the president's LOS Angeles School ~::nt~~nw~~~n~ ;~~utna~eu~t~i~~~ :~:d~:;:: All of which pr oves that in politics buddies who have been confusing the The heart-breaking story appearing re- have blown a breath of pure and whole-as currently played, there is a very taxpayers' money with their own cently in Los Angeles papers about the some fresh air into a putrid and noxious fina and ephemeral line between pocket change could have rushed into se-x orgies among teen agers there and situation built up on the premise that it those who work their way up from the picture, given some phony infor- which occurred in many instances on school is our responsibility to finance the world. the ranks as the two genial New York mation about corruption in the de- property is unbelievable. All honor to the Swedes. lrlshmen did and those who work the partment and secured immunity for Parents who called the attention of thel---- --- - - - ranks on their way up. th~r,~~~~~J ~~~e t~=~~ c;~~~~dnidf~~1tut ~:!!~~ ~~a~~~;'"~~~t Js~~~~J ~~~1~:~ti=~ !!~ The orderly an_d legitimat~ meth~ds " Progressive Educotors" Congress wasn't having any. ~:~'~:d 0~otu;:P~•~t:t~e;h:: e~:::;:~ :.~:~~; ~:~h10J.~d ~:isi~~~~nin~:;;s"ts1 ~v~~·~:;e 5ay We Are Not Christion Out Of The Mouths Of orMt:n;o~:\,~:~;~~~a':;hools have been the \~'::t~b~~ce~f,~d~~~fn~r~te~ri~/;~! 'l'hose of us who thought that we were subject of unfavorable publicity in recent Double Seal Rmg Company fou~d .~iilliiliiiiiii-MIM~iifMMifllf'il!fi!IIWH~~O~nlejl ,iolf~~mUoJslt. ..11·n11o11 ~icLaiAiutinl!slo:uLn-d+.!:'Yt._ . ;:o~'~r~;~::si!~ac~~:~ ~~;t~r~da!h~~~g~~~~~~~~r 5~~~~~ Ohurch League of America. and immoral suggestfons' ever to catw?''. w~uch does away with practical_Iy ~~~1c~i ~atd been placed thete dunng A f b k bl" h db H emanate from the loud mouth of a all d•sc •phnary measures and leaves pupils 1 __ g_. _ _ ____ _ 11inte~~~1l;urat:d~c~~on1'~. ~hie~ is :r:~~j:c~ F;i~ De~l L~erfl Dwas 1 the s:airrei~t fre;t~~rd:a:;:l!~ :~~~t=~ ~~e~!~~~:;·there Throughout the ages civilization has been of advoca.t.es of "Progressive .E~uca~ion'' a~? ~·hene~~ ~~id i~u a ra~~og s~see~h re~~~It~ have involved charges by parent~ that their indebted to wise men who could think ~~a~e:ool1s~~:ra~~lt~~a~a~:u~;t;~nits"i~~~r~~: ~~n~~a~~~~d pbe:~~~ti~~lZ:o~et~~a~i~~ ~:i:;~n c~aes::sfo~·~e:a:t t~:n~:;~~~ Neg:oes ~~fi~~·d o~h:u:-gen;t~o:a~ic:~a~~~~ ~::~· isT':: ti.on to teachers: ou t right gift of a forty-million dollar Corruption in government is tragic but con£t-.cate all the resources and substance "For example, a teacher cannot work on treasure to three States. (.'orruption in our school~ strikes at the of the taxpayers and spend it , leaving :~io::s~tl~~:n b:~:~d!t~~~n":s a ~hristian "g~r~~ ~~11 t~e n~tid~~!i!~sedtdo a~;;:d; heart and core of our civilization. the next generation tc shift for itself et~~a~~e;Y t:~; ~;~~:~:;~ :~::~~ev::: ~~~~n~~t t~; t~:P;:~~i~not~e~a!.r~;:~ AmeriC01 S Right to Own ~:~~\~~~~t 1~e~:~~da~at:~5ei~:~a~:et ~: ~~:~i;r~~~rt~0~~!f~1:t ~~id~otgy t~~~ Property /s in Jeopardy «ld not know that_ our teachers were bemg niving, thieving and grasping poli~ . • ---- urged to teach thiS heresy. tic~~s~n he has a hissv on the floor of w~f c~::g~.h~~t:~ t~:;~eslS s:~a:e~~ Wha_t has beeome of the investigation by Colored Church Ca~cels Speech !~:ea~fnaie m~~~i~=.v~~P~1aake~a~o~! ~~c;~~~~:.s~it:·~~ur~a:n~e;:op:~a~~: ~::t :~~:b~:m:ii~~~~r:~ur:;e 1::: re~:;: Of Negro Communist Fronter . ~=~~~ tt~a~ef~~e ctg~isn:7r~~~ ~~· g~~~~~~ put out by the United Nations. . easing up is not truo. A ~ol ~red church m Fort Worth wh1ch mentor inte r pret plain Constitutional If they had and s_t111 supported lt,l---------- llad mv1ted Langston Hughes, the Negro stip ulations. they would be as guilty of treason as John H. Todd of washington suggest• ~~etFr:~~s.~~~on:~d~:s:evt~:~~-o;:n~~e~~~o: so~o~.h~a~~r~s p~~~~iac~.llege profes- Benf:~ic:o~:~~~·la~ya~:a:~:tu~~eb: ~~:!: tha~ bh~ reason DiSalle decontrolled sphygQ- =~c=~~~th~~s ea~:i~f:t~:~~ when they found try. . osctllometers was because he couldn't spell The proceeds _or tickets sold f~r admission vi~r:: t!:umr:~s s~~~~d h~n h:dr::~:~ \~~:~ ar~~r~~fn~1~0181:~a~~~f~ f~~n~~~:~~~~~ 1_ 1 t. --------- wexe fto be ap~hte: on t n~w d~m~m_g f;un~ Dictator Fra~co of Spain. Naturally, he and tell them that t hey approve the Almost every week another Red Skia. ~~rth~r one o e eo ore sc oo s lD or ~i~~a~:;h~~!u~b:~t ~~~~=e;o;rh:o~s h:t;!~~~ ~~ti~~lofn ~~je~~~~~ ;~~~~:} ~~f~!~ bites tile dust. John A. Malone, aSfiistant They were commended heartily by on record on this subject, both by his by t he United States that an article be chief of the income tax division of the : or!h :~~~~-i~~~:~e t:h;::~:di;!:ly ~~~~~:~t~:~:n~ :::re:~e:~~ ::~;~;te~: ~i~~~~e~e~~g~~;in~or~~ar~~h~n 0~~~~~ ~andal-hit San Francisco office, has been with the drinking fountain. to the Generalissimo's charm to the extent one to own property? fired and indicted on charges of conspir- This is typical of the friendly of giving away everything that Roosevelt This proposal was actu ally r eje c~ed ing to defraud bhe United States. ;.~~sh i:a~~e a~::~ y~e;~~~:oosevelt had not already tossed in. ~ne~~=~g~~~~~~ l~:\i!::~:~~ :sf~~~:; ----. ----.-.-- :::e R:~;~el:~ ~:~b~~;e~a::n!h~:tween th!~\!~~lit: h::.~/:tv~h:\~::s 0~~~~g;:. rig~~~~ much nearer to downright m~:e:o~:t::r ~::~·~::::~ly8 :1 t:r1:c~8 ~= ;:~~~',a~~g:~;;e!f ~hot~:t~t_;7W:~~ ~~:: f:;i:n~~ttil: :~i~t ~:~;~:i~e:.ow1nP~~:~~:a!~ ~o~~e~W~~ 0~0~~~e~n~:~:;,~~n¥h~~ taini_ne 9,000 _po unds of t his aolden c~m- Mtey can depend on their whtte friends to there is no justification for it since it is in denying the right of an individual modtty was htgh-jacked and all the cn ma l et them through. not proposed to be based on color, but to own pr ivate property? experta In Scotland yard have been unable personal jealousy and _prejudice. Conser- Our government and our way of to recover the priceless oargo. The Alabama Supreme Court has ruled vative M.P. Victor Ra1kes suggested in life is based on the r ight of an indi-1---------­that ant i-Tru_man. Democrats. are free to Parliament that ltalia_n miners who come vidual to own property and those Laugh of the month: <>sear Ewing, head :~h::~· t~~~~~et~~a~e~~:t~o~~l t;:t\ys~:~~ !~ ~:e~l::g~t!~ .. w;rro~ 1 ~h!h~n~:~~s :::;1; ~e~~~~~a~~isw~~i~!fes~n~i~;\~!g!~ ~~~ of the Federal Security Age~cy told menr alty pledge. This Is regarded as a victory H1s reason was that the Latins ha\"e a better start raising Old Ned with their bers of 6ongresa with a Mra1ght face that for Alabama States Rights Democrats head· "certain sex appeal to miners' wives and iawmakers in Washington before it's both he and 1.'ruman were opposed to so-ld by Gessner T. McCorvey. daughters." too late . olalized Medicine.
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