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Title The Southern Conservative, Vol. 4, No. 5, May 1953
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Transcript HE OUTHERN Sec. 34.66 P.L.I.R. U. S. POST AGE PAID Permit No. 1665 Fort Worth. l 'exas 01 SERVATIVE -To plead ~or a return of Constitutional Government- \>of. 4 Fort Worth, Texas, May, 1953 No.5 THE CURTAIN IS LOWERED ON ONE OF .THE MOST SHAMEFUL ACTS IN HUMAN HISTORY The Tidelands legislation restoring • h• h w· ~ ~ this p~operty to its owners was per- Some figures w IC h haps different fro~ any ~easure ever · passed in the history of organized gov- Put The Record Straight ern~ent. . Concerning the decision of the Na- There's a do~ume nt on file in the Library of Congress called the Constitution which, unt il it is formally revoked, constitutes the official text-b,ook on American government. The declining state of the union demands that this musty volume be .removed from the archives, dusted off and assim ilated by those who· swore to carry out its provisions without apparently knowing what they were. It was more in the nature of a high cwurt trial in which the guilty were convicted of grand larceny but could not be sent to the pen. tional Ad~in~tration that taxes can- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Of the three chief culprits, one is dead, another is an ex-president of the United States ·and the thir d is on the Supreme Court. not be reduced at this ti~e because of the decreased revenue it would bring about, and in order to keep the record straight, we offer this infor~a­tion on the subject. Fro~ 1927 until 1932, we had what was known · as the Mellon Tax Plan The whole trans3;ction w~s co~- when the Treasury Depa.rt~ent li~­pounded of many traits, e ~otlons and ited individual inco~e levies to a jmpulses o-f human nature, all of the~ 1 maximu~ of 25%. bad. . A Secretary of the Interior looked with lustful and envious eyes on val­uable property legally belonging to a Sovereign State, and went into action. A President of the United States, with no respect for property rights and less regard for political ~orality, eagerly joined in the conspiracy and a renegade Texan willing to betray his native State in return for a high polit­ical appointment completed the evil triumvirate. Under this plan, total revenue from individual inco~es paid into the Fed­eral Treasury during this period a~ounted to $5,297,891,340.90. , Fro~ 1933 to 1938) after the Mel­lon Plan was abandoned and the ~ax­imum tax rate was 79%, total revenue paid into the Federal Treasury during this period a~ounted to $4,351,664,- 316.91. In other words, under a 25% ~ax­imu~ rate on individual inco~es , the Treasury received $946,227,023.99 more than was received when the maximu~ rate was 79%. As a result of this three-man con­spiracy, property which has belonged to the State of Texas since- the early days of the Republic was confiscated While these figures are taken from through collusion of a minority of a copyrighted_ material. which we p~e­politically- minded Supre~e Court. pare~ and Circulate~ m. 1939, the orig- . mal figures are on file m the Treasury Now it has been returned to legal Department and are available to any ownership and all responsible A~eri- one who is concerned enough to ex­cans hope that no such instance of amine them. ori~inal confiscation of property will · . ever again be attempted by those in The. Mellon Plan of , a 25% maxi-high offices of authority in this Re- mum mco~e tax was based on the public. theory! which proved correct, that a lower mcome tax produces more rev­enue than a confiscatory one because of the stimulus to business and the additional activity which is generated through the easing of unjust tax bur­dens on the nation's business and in­dustrial leaders. The fight for the recovery of this property has been -carried on for years by Price Daniel, now Senator, Gov­ernor Allan Shivers and other Texans who don't bluff easy and whose an­oestors waged a similar battle with (lattle rustlers, horse thieves and ban-dits. . Members of Congress and other of­ficials from the additional States in­'\' olved, of course, rendered valuable aervice in passing this legislation and ptembers of the Senate from several inland States deserve the highest praise for their successful efforts in .,ehal£ of final passage of the measure in that body. _ While they had no direct interest in the legislation, except as a matter of The figures speak for themselves and answer all argument. principle, they probably figured that 11he who steals an egg will steal an ox" and they realized that if this illegal seizure of State property was allowed to stand, their own land and resources were in peril. And so the curtain is rung"'down on an act of infa~y which is without parallel in the history of civilized man. The posi~ion of lawmaker is one of the very few on earth where the applicant for the job is not required to pass an intelligence test, furnish character references or put up bond. Failure to set up qualifications of aspirants to this office and to pro. vide for re~oval in cases of evasions or violations of their Constitutional responsibilities, JUay have been the one error of the founders of the A~eri­can Republic. At any rate, they labored long and earnestly to put in writing a fool~ proof instru~ent outlining clearly the official duties and moral obligations of those chosen to represent the American elec.torate in the Congress df the United States. In language so plain and unmistakable that it could not be mis~ understood by inmates of a home for feeble-minded, it was decreed . therein that "by and with the advice and consent of the Senate" the treaty-making power of t~e Federal government-and thereby, the shaping of our foreign policy-was to rest in the hands of the President. Nowhere in the whole Constitution, from beginning to end, is there any provision for the delegation or transfer of this power to a Secre~ tary of State, a college professor, a roving diplomat or any other ex· trinsic agent. And yet, only a short time ago, members of the United States Senate were slapped in the face by John Foster Dulles with a statement of foreign policy with which they not only were not familiar, but one which apparent· ly also caught the President off-base. With the pompous air of a toad which has just swallowed a bottle-fly, Dulles infor~ed them that the policy of the State Department had been for a long time, and would continue to be, to refuse to protest the ship­ping of supplies by allied nations to Commul}ist Countries whose armies are killing American soldiers. This means, when reduced to plain English, that we are on the side of the enemy to the extent that we are aiding and abetting their efforts to get material with which to destroy us. It means, too, that we are operating under a foreign policy which was not shaped by the President of the United States "by and with the advice and consent of the Senate" but which, instead, was fashioned of the com· bined stupidity and treachery of a small coterie of Liberals in, or associated with, the State Department whose record of achievement in foreign rela· tions shows a definite balance on the credit side of the Soviet ledger. A Liberal is a Socialist in disguise and a Socialist is a Communist with false whiskers. ' · Since the two previous national administrations were crawling with these vermin, it was inevitable that our former foreign policy should have been largely shaped by Soviet influence, with the collusion and connivance of fellow travellers in our State Department, but that the same policies should be continued by our new leadership is astounding, unbelievable and indefensible. When a majority o~ Americans voted for a change last November, they meant a change, with special emphasis on the agency whose black record of repeated betrayals of the interests of this country inspired the nation­wide resentment which was registered at the polls. It was theV' belief that in future all matters having to do with foreign (Continued on Page 2) Millions of Americans Think If •• The Southern Conservative Says It Pogo t THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE May, 1953 SOUTHERN BAPTISTS WANT NOTHING TO DO WITH NATIONAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES FIFTEEN MILLIONS, NOT FIFTEEN THOUSAND, OR ~FTEEN HUNDRED BUT FIFTEEN MILLIONS The Ford Foundation, of which Dr. Since we have, on occasion, written fran.m. Robert M. Hutchins, left-wing college The Tariff Question Here's How A Big University !y of the National Council of Churches and professor, is directing head has an- • Deals With Its Communists ~t~c:;;:;:~n t!o 5:0:~m:~!~~~~ip;se ::~: nounced that Fifteen Million Dollars IS A Simple, at this organiU~tion by the Southern Bap- ::: ~~:~ ;~~~~~ ~~P:~~~. ~h~~::~ Uncomplicated One ed~~:. ~~~. 0~gt~;s ~aes;;;,gt~~e;t~~ ~~s!. convention recently in session at Hou• !;!:~h. objective is to defend free The subject of tariff .~n imported ~eoc:;:!~si~~!/tc::~:~~:;~~ul;~;~:t~ do~~;h:~\oc~!~~n~:a~7:~: ~~~ ],er;;~n~r;:. This sounds fine because every :~~:u~~c:a:h:e:g~n!:~J;I~afl ::~t~~ ?ate the in~iltra~~n of Communism ~~~:~n~~:~s:~~~eorfs ;~:a4~~~~h:e"m:::sui~ American who is worthy of the name public and has been involved in so mto our umverslbes. its organization told the conventio~ that is for free speech. many intricate discussions that it is ln no uncertain te~m~ she denoun~- ~;~~!:~~0:0~~thdo i~~=!~e::;i~=~o=~:ho:; Unfortunately, any one who is fam- generally regarded as a complicated ed s~ch p~o?es and InSISted that um- non- denominational groups." Jliar with the ideologies of Dr. Hutch- subject understood only by experts. verslty offiCials thems~lves , were ~r- Dr. Grey hinted that pressure was being Jns and others who contrQl the Ford Boi1ed down, it is simply a matter fectly cap~bl.e a: cl~amng subversives exerted on Southern Baptists to become F?undation know ~hat so long as th~y of considering the interests of the out of ~herr I~stituttons. ~:::be~:r:f r:::rs gr::Ps:c~nd~~;~1o:b:! ~trect the expenditure. of these m~- producers of this country or .favoring I:f~re s} fall' sa~ple of ho~ these the near future. He dismissed such rumort lions, not one penny wlll be spent m those in foreign countrie~ offiCials clean out Commumsts and with the remark that "those who know the ~:!;'~::~i~~e:;~~:~h t~~:.e full and T~ose who. are ~ concer~ed in pre- fe~::g~:::l~e::;~::s t:oe~h::s::cia- le~!e a~::i~er~ B~;ti;:;~a::':~~:~d from . . . . . . servmg Amencan mdustnes, favor a . . the first to have anything to do with the Instead, 1t will be utilized m the .m- tax on competitive products entering tion of Foreign Correspondents, Cor- National Council of Churches and the World terest of those whose interpretatiOn American markets, on the ground that liss Lamont said: "We will use vio- Council of Churches and have maintained of free speech means their right to join free importation of products from lence, if necessary, to reach the Social· their historic aloofness from non-Baptist ac- :;:akd:~cdn~o~~g:;;:~:~~e s~~:~c:~ coduntriesh wAhere .labor is cheap,fw'ill ~~io~:a~e~:c:a~~t~~~:te~~::~~~ill not tiv::!::rally speaking, Southern Baptists re uce t e mencan standards o liv- have refrained from participating in any form of government. ing. Lamont was then, AND STILL IS, a of the Socialist activities in which, un· When this new gift of f~fteen mil- Those who put the interests of this teacher and lecturer at Columbia Uni- fortunately many church groups are now lions i~ p.ut to ~ork in th~ mterest of country last on the program and who versity. en:-g::~ttered areas, even Southern Bap. those I.t IS design~d to aid, the task are concerned in the welfare of every It has been nineteen years since he tists have been taken in by "Social AGtion'• • of . vanous Co~m1ttees of Co~gre~s other nation than their own, believe made this threat that our government programs which are di sguised racial prop.. whtch ~re seekmg out Commumsts m in letting any and all products come would be overthrown by revolution, aganda, but these instances have been education, go.v~rnme~1t and ot~er into this country duty-free. and in the interim, he has made and rare. ::::ae:;:e:!l ac~:~~' d~~Wc:l~ :~~e i~~~ lt is not even a partisan question writ~en thou~ands of even more .sub- • • y any more. Originally R!!publicans vemve and m!lammatory assertions, AttractiVe Shcker Is . favored a high tariff while Democrats and, mstead of bemg fired from Co- Designed By Clever Woman The F1fth Amendment to the Con- advocated free trade but in the Un· lumbta, he has had mcreasmg honors . . sti.tution is. alread.y being used as a derwood Tariff Law 'of the twenties, and promotions extended him by that th~= 0~0~~=~~~~~;:~11:.0!0~0 d:~~~tng~~~ s hi ~ Id bcJund \~hJ C h scoundrels and it was the vote of the Southern Dem- school. cleverest sticker we ha\'1? seen to be placed fra~tors are takmg refuge and when ocrats which placed a duty on agri- He makes no secret of his Cornmun- on letters and other parcels to be mailed. they realize that they have fifteen mil- cultural products of the South which ist affiliation In fact, he admits it In beautiful colors of red, white and ~~;r d~!~~:~c!~ct~e~[ ;:;l~~e~~lyb~~t~~ ~~!~~;:,e~~i~;e;g~i~~te, with Re- op;:~d:~t~o:it~::~:::te~ells on that ~~~e ~~:.:• ;o~!~~u~'~i~~:h~o~~~::m~!•• town. After Roosevelt came to power with ~mpus ~a~e 'b~enb efPOseg :y ~ormer of F:e;;0st!~!~:~· a:~: !:t~: ~a:!: i~~: lt is tragic to .dwell_ on lhe whole- his sights trained on global we'tfare, om~u~s s w 0 e ~nge 0 em. helps .her. one-woman crusade in behalf of some results which mtght have been regardless of the interests of this Th1s IS only one mstance. ~f. what Amertcamsm. achieve~ .if Ford had contributed fif. country, there were no tariff laws ~l~~~~~~ ~~~m~~~st~es~~~Sl~~htyhe~; in:~:re~o:;e:ew~~v:r: rS::~Y 0 :0 f:t~:;-::~~ tee~ mtlhon dollars toward resea~ch passed. lnstead there was 11reciprocal ranks is left to the officials of our edu- necks out and invite attack because of their designed to smoke out Commumsts agreement" between various countries cational institutions. defense of principles In which they believe. who are undermining the American and the United States which is stilll-------------------­way _of life, and to realize that instead in effect, with some slight changes. AfTER A TWENTY YEAR VACATION :t wtll be devoted to opposite objec- A bill is now before Congress to - tves. levy duties once again on foreign im- (Continued From Page 1) The taxpayers of the United States ports, especially oil, and the same old are taxed to the limit of their ability arguments will start all over again, relations would be formulated and conducted by able, red-blooded Ameri­to pay, and often beyond. and the btl:t when the final vote is taken, there can patriots whose chief concern was the safety, security and well-being money so raised presumably is used will be a definite cleavage. of the United States and not by career-happy diplomats whose sole in­Jn ca~·rying on the fu~ctions of the Those in favor of their own country terest wa~ i.n pe~petuating the policies of the perfumed perverts in the Tru­A~ encan g~ve:nment m. accordance and its welfare first will vote for a man adnnmstration. With the pnnclples as laid down by duty 011 imports which compete with There are enough patriotic, clear-thinking statesmen in the United Jts founders. American products; internationalists States Senate, both ~epublican and Democrats, to develop and hold leader- Ford Foundation money does not go and one-worlders will vote for free ship in a situation where the rudderless ship of state seems to be drifting toward this end because it is exempt trade. in an ocean of chaos, confusion and doubt. ~;rs:~~t~~lp~ao~~~~;:~~i~~~e:o~a~!~ th;~~dfe.affili~tion will not figure in form~~anf t~:~~::r~h~o~l~~~cn d;K~t~gt~~i~~i;l~e:~~~~ ~~~t;a~~f~~~r\~~~ sons and groups who are totally un- authont~ which saved th~s countr.Y from Executive folly but there has never sympathetic to these p~i~ciple~. Tlmt's Ret~lly lflwt ~::~e~ w::.~ ~~~~· combmed actton by these forces was more desperately wh;:~s ;;s::i~a~nta:pv:yc~~~s a:c;:.~~ Tlte ltlfln Said They should meet with the Presidenl and demand tnat, in pursuance of a Constitutional directive, he formulate •nd submit a to the breaking point to support a A group or disgruntled Fair Dealers met definite and clear-cut general foreign policy for the consideration and government which, in turn, grants tax near Austin r~cently and ~he gath?ri~g was approval of the Senate m order that all Americans, including those exetmption to tFotdmd.ationds 1 whdo st:lp- :er:ro~~:to,~~~i:~l~h=e~e;;ra~ ~~~:;:~e~~ :~:r:r:h~~i~:u~~~/~~~~i~: i~n:e:::~g;0 ~t~y 8~~~~;1~nce and for all, par movemen s estgne o es 1 0Y authorited in its wildest spending days. . . . that government. . . . . AJ!lenca~ ftgh~mg f~rces are compelled to operate under a foreign To. pa!-t'iotic Americans. who strive th~hde;)~s :~sena .. ~;:~:~e:e~~~~~~~:~ ;:;~.~ ~!~c~~~o~~~~~gb;It~e ~~~~=s~e~~~~~~ts which is vastly different from to a1d m the perpetuation of the but the statement that noored all who read Unit~d States as a Constitutional Re- it later in the preu was by • Mr. Fagan This policy is very direct, forcef~ and effective although too often fatal pubhc and who have to sweat blood Dickson who denounced all the traitors to to the brave men who must enforce 1t. :~ Ii~ics:u:a~~l~aro t~~a~~.~~i~f e~~~r~~ ~i::~1~t:t:: ~~:~~s~~r "thls modern doc· him ~rn~~~ ~~~olicy, they must meet the enemy head-on and either kill break to see fifteen millions casually tossed off to those whose concern is So .help us, that Is what he was reported 1n a national Socialist State. In the oress to have oald. Moy, 1953 THE SOUTHERN C ONS ERVAT IV! Pogo 3 TRADE WITH COMMUNIST CHINA IS MORE IMPORTANT WHAT A BOOK THE SENATE REPORT ON INSTITUTE TO ENGLAND THAN THE LIVES OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS OF PACIFIC RELATIONS WOULD MAKE!! I of WS:'~~:o~Y ~~licao~r~e~~os;~!:~e~!. Crusader For nOne Worldu of Tt~:reJ~~~ci~:;e~:;~~~~::s :; :: ~:~::: ~~il~~n~s P:~;;· r~~t Y:~ ahne; ~:~e~~ circulate California to the effect that if England Gets His Head Examined States Senate on the Institute of Pacific Holland, himself, was no slouch as a ~:~!~~i~:s~rCki~~.yt;! ~~ft:~~~~~! hi;~;~v~a~;::n s~:et~;.: w~~r~~p~:~te~ :~:~i~:n:e::r~t::;:ri:u;~ ::e ~a~a:~ ~=s~ ::tt:r ::::erto 8~ho~te:isp~::!u:~:~::l~ Will go it alone. and set up a one-man crusade for World timony if one had the time to work them were addressed. In December, 1933, he We will even go farther and say that Government, has made the headlines again. up. wrote 8 letter to Miss Lucy Knox in Moscow. " going it alone" has been the policy of Proclaiming himself a "citizen of the Much of the testimony hinged on secret Miss Knox had been " stenographer for the this country since our great lead- world" in 1946, he took u_p r~sidence in papers and records of the Institute which Institute in Honolulu earlier but by 1933 ers of the long a~o pointed out the ~i~~:~~::e::roc::d:~n~~ atr hts crack-pot had been hidden in a barn in New England was living in Moscow where she worked danger of entangling alliances with . . on the farm of Edward C. Carter, execu- for the Moscow Daily News of which the !C::~u~;:,ers, up until Roosevelt hoN::d ~~f!a~~mh~: g~;:nfo~1 ~0::. heave- ~:: a~:.reft:;Y 8 ~:me~: ::::~~::t ~ar:~: :::s~:~to:.ropagandist, Michael Borodin, How American leaders can t olerate go:!s i'~w::~~i~~ti:e~~~ip~~:~~d~~~rdeo :~:"t~:~ United Nations. "My dear Lucy", wrote Holland. "Doreen England's frank assePtion that trade are not soft like we are. They save the Even a casual glance at these sixteen and r were greatly cheered to get your with Communist China is more im- jobs for their own people while we take the volumes explains why the papers were charming exposition of latter-day Marxism. portant to her than t he lives of the aliens tG our hearts and give them the hidden away in a barn. The wonder is that I took the liberty of showing it to a num4 men who have died in Korea is some- works. they were not burned as most of the o££i- ber of people in the New York oHice to thing that is beyond our understand- __ Before boot_ing him out, .English auth~r- cials of the Institute seemed to have had their great enjoyment. I am awfully glad l ng. 1t1es sent Dav1s to the hosp1tal for psychta· a mania for writing letters and putting . b t th · This tolerance can only be account- tric ~bservation. . . their intimate thoughts into words Which :::n~::io~;r:;"!s;o:.;. a Uonufortu:a::~;,o;:: e.d for by . th~ obvious fact that our na- wo~~~s g:a:u:thvee:~n~~~:YP~~~::t~~~o~~d w~~ ~u:~ have ~ack~d C thegm s:hen reproduced are in the ~rong country for s~udying tiona! thmkmg has descended to a is for ''World Government" and who is will- m e recor s 0 on re · social revolullons and I should advise you very low level under the administra- ing to repud iate their own land fGr a Carter, himself, was a prodigious letter to hurry back to New York as soon as you tions of two presidents whose chief world state should have their head ex- writer and his missives cover literally hun- can in order to witness the last vestiges cwncern was for the welfar e of alien amined. dreds of pages of the report. of capitalism in this country before it is peoples and who had very little re- Testimony from officials of the Insti- quietly buried under a pile of codes written !:~~t/~~ t~:i/!~b~li;~~e:~~t:n:.nd se- Movement To Repeal ~~:e 1:~~i:::e t:e:tei~:: $~~::6.::u~:ty19;:; ::r~;l~:~n~t:1::~iaa .~e~~ ;:e ~::ni~=:~;: Senator Knowland's pronouncement Sixteenth Amendment cent of which came from the Rockefeller ly interested at the office in your pleasant indicated that we have at least a few Is Near To Goal and Carnegie Foundations but much of the remarks about Borodin, so much so that leaders who have inherited a spark The Western Tax Council of Chicago is money must have been spent in travelling I am asked by Owen Lattimore who, as you of the courage and patriotism which the originator and principal proponent of expenses from the way the various officials perhaps know, has been made editor ot motivated such great Americans as the movement to repeal the Sixteenth, Gr of the rnstitute flitted around Gver the the new Pacific Affairs, on a quarterly Washington, Monroe and others who lncome"T~x, amendme~t to_ t~e Constitution WGrld. basis, to inquire whether you could discuss realized, early in th~ game, that. we ~~~a:~~s~~~!~ ~~: ;eh~~~a~1:1~:r~~ean~~;; Fmm the Kokusai Hotel at Seishin. Cho- with B~rodin the possi~ility of_ hi s writing must put our trust m the Amencan levy to a maximum of twenty-five per cent. sen, Korea on July 17th, 1937 Carter wrote an arl}cle for us o[ hve or SIX thousand people, and in the Americ.an people The Council advises that twenty-nine a letter to "Dear Bill", presumably w. L. words on some aspecl of his work in the alone. States have now petitioned the Congress Holland, an executive officer of both the Chinese Revolution, 01· on the pt·esent·day In the final analysis, this view will to· submit sue? an amendment to the International Institute of Pacific Relations opinion in the Soviet Union on tbe develop- :,ee;~~=:. ~eb:a~oeu~:;t ~:t; ~;e~~:~e ~~:~:: :oo~a~:~~~~:!~n~c~~a;i~~e~n6:n:::~ ~ant~o::~nAw:~:~c:ne :::~~tute of Pacific re- ::~th~!s~;~;:e:i:;ti:i~~i~: :;i;e~ !~~ our sovereignty and our republic, th~ Wl~n:e o~o::e~~: :a:sctb~n ::~c:::eer~on- HQwen had a wonderful time with MaG. it be possible lot· you . to i.nterview him lesson will have been learned too late. stitution may be amended is for thirty-two Owen is in fine form." Anybody may and let us have the arhcle m that formt ---- ---- --!States to demand such amendment'"lnd it have two guesses as tG who "Owen'' i& and I do not need to tell you that we really dg (on tempt for The Constitution ~~~:iie~~:e:m:n~n!:~~ryba:~ i:rng;:~~ic~ also who "Mao" is. 1 1 1 . 1 ~0°:g :~n~t ~:;t t:h:o s:~:~c~h~s p8a~:~~ ~= Has Steadily Increased ~~:n~~:~t~ec~~e~t~::t ~~t~ew~~~st:~: de:: ;:t s~;e:~at:imsor:e::: :di~:~n:; :::e ~~:~ ;:;:;i~.Jy ;~: 7e:z~;: :~ta:~:: How far we have travelled away tion. ''Pac;:ific Affairs" official organ of the in t~e new regime is $50 but we should fro~ the fundamentals on which the ha;:e a=e~~:~i;nat7ou~~;n~! ~:i: ::k::. ~~:t~::~e;:~ :::tc:i::s~ ~~::s~i~a:;c:: probably be prepared to pay $100 for a : : h:l: ::t !~~~e~:; ~~0 ~~~~~::: ~~ ~:n~0t:1 l::i!e!~x:~ ~i::~. ~;3!0~~: ~i~ ;i~~ a;: ~:;e:~ooting down American sol- su~::~:l:r::: :::e7t::n:r~: ;:;::i:~ere =~~~~~~~hes of our once great gov- ~~~g::[ t~orb~h:o~~~::~: :~~~eo~~; ;:;i: Any way, Carter goes on with his chatty ~· was l~rgely instrumental in organi;. The most glaring examples are tn latures are currently in session. letter: "I missed my rendezvous with Witt- mg the Chmese Commun ~st Party there. t he manner in which we have aped ., vGgel at Peitako because I left Peiping on In another letter to Mtss Knox, Holland f~~r;~~i~~~oi~gi!!e~tf~: ~rao~~~c~: Name .Of England's ::in:::;·g::~~:r:i:dthtth::n~:u:::n:efet: ~:~~s:~~e~e~;s~·~;b~l~a~fc~:r~~~n~~~i~; ments and in jud-iciary rulings. Government Cha nged wire him. He gets more monumental all ~o~~~ds~~~~~e;h~c~:r:i~~ret~e~h:e;e:~:d~ hi;~~rgoef t~:s~~;:~~uti~oua~~t t~~ But Not Its Policies the time. U y~u go ~o Manchuria see Lud- "[ was not awa:·e that I had done so, but American form of government that he A recent election in England showed that den, .the Amencan vtce consul al_Mukden. ~know_ Gne of t~e ~etters_I wrol~ Mr wa1 felt it would serve as a model for the Laborites gained back several seats (He ts eager ~or cont.acts) . Tell hlm I se~t m a Il.lppant vem. m wh1ch I k1dded h~r other countries of the world to fol- they had lost in a former election. yo~. Get htm to mtroduce y~u . to hts and sa1d She was m the wro~g country if low. We _are not ~urprised that the situation ~:':1fj t~:n;::;ie 1~ :~~ef:n t1r~asi~:~~:a~~~ ::: :U~~:~o t~e s~:~~ ~:~:l~o~~is b:::u~~ Ies~~~1Te:J~r~~v~~~~~a~~a!nl~t;~o~~~ ;~~s:,:.~ ~:~~us~~~ ;~~~th::t~~!n~6~~~::~~ ~:~1:su~f :a~:~;r~: t~:~P::~ouAcs~,q~;; !h:e::r:!ct~~Y:e~!~~~~o:;:i~e~ln:;:- and see view and would be constantly trying ahves and Socialists, m reglstermg theu· aratety. My time in Mukden and Hsingking . to re-shape it in an old world mold. preference. , b . £ b t t "bl 1 t t· d 1 These are only a few llnes out of mil .. In his Farewell Add:ess, Washing- se;::t~~e ';!::!o~an~:u:~=~llin~~d P:,~:r c~:~ ::~le ~~t r ~an':r;~ll ~oun a~:~t1 7~ h:~e.';a- ~:;s ~;~:h: ~:~~;·di::asi;:e:;e t~~~ov:;u;~: ton expressed the hope. people of England had a right to expect a A "PS" to this interesting letter says: were handling the managerial end of A.mer .. "That the free Constitution, which return to orderly government the de- "Please make a copy of my letter to Torno ican foreign policy in Asia under Roosevelt is the work of your hands, may be nationalization ot all industry 'and a re- and send it to me at Moscow and send a and Truman, an agency finaneed largely sacredly maintained; that -its adminis- pudiation of Socialized medici~e. copy by air mail to Kate Mitchel~, Hotel by tax-exempt American Foundations. !~:~1°~J~vi~~e,~1sd~~a~!~~~:t~~fh~t~ rnstead, the~ found they h~d merely got- . . . in fi~e the happiness of the people ten ~ ~han~e m name~ of thetr leaders and Add contradictory and confusmg nGte: of htm. They restored the program for ~f thes~ States, under the auspices of ~:~~:~:~~~~~· a~u~e~~~~.had the same type Following the announcement of Interior building 85,000 public housing uniti which ~~re:rtKi ~~~e~:r:.~!~ c:n~P;~t~~~Xe~~ Perhaps ~he voters decided. t~at if they S~cretary McKa: . that . the policy of t~e the House had .c~t out a_nd also knocked out 8 use of this blessing, as will acquire are to continue to have a Soc1ahst g~v~rn- E1senhower admm1strat10n would be to dts- a House provtsJon wh1ch would have re- :~ t~h~~e t~;p~~~;:. r~e r~~~:~:~d~~~ ~~e~~~ t:i~~t ~:C:S a:~·~;·o~~n~orW~~Cii~~lStS COntinue ~overnmen~ ~Omp~tition with pri- str:cted slum clear.ance ~peratio~. U that adoption of every nation, which is yet There is no doubt that they have a point vate busmess, admmJstratJOn leaders in isn t competing wtth pnvate builders, we a stranger to it". there. the Senate proceeded to try to make a liar would like to know wh<.~t it is. The SoutltrJ'U ConservatheiAmerlcan Taxpayers A monthly publ!catzon ot Are Taken For A ed•tonal opzmon w1th $23,350,000,000 Ride DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES OF THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE nattonal ctrculatton. In the settlement of the lend-lease ac- The Ioilowing Declaration of Principles, published many times here .. ----------1count between Great Britain and the United tofore in the Southern Conservative, will continue to be the policies of the Ide M. Duden, Editor States, American taxpayers were done out paper. Port ~;~;:~~~T~::~cet Flltiro~h:~~d;~~2089 of the tidy little sum of $23,350,000,000 ac- ---'--------lcording to Lloyd Whitney of Chicago who, Those of us who are responsible for initiating the Southern Conserva- Price $5.Ci0 Per v .. r as every good American. should, checks up tive plead guilty to the charge of being hopelessly old-fashioned as we ~~er'~~U~ ~a.~:_ ::~~~~e:tt,~~ ~>t~~~~~ ~ ~~:T •ub on government transactions ever so often. love our own country with a blind and passionate devotion, above all others S.nt without cott to mtmben of Contrtu, "The 'settlement' of this account, as re· 00 earth. "''"'bert a:! ::::; PL::~~~o:~;~'iat:overnon, vealed in a United States Treasury Report r-----------,lof the matter, means that a millstone of We find ourselves without the slightest desire to change our form of A helplen1ponowc:an driftwiththewind ::::r:;i:n~e:; uhnub:~n a:o;::ic::e c~~~~:n~·~ government to conform to foreign ide,?logies or to attempt to re-shape outittakesaneogletoll,agoinstthestorm. Mr. Whitney writes. it in the Soviet mold. ~========~~ "According to this Report, there was ow- We are convinced that those who founded this Republic framed the T~he T c:~~ti~u~i~~d~:n~h! 0 ~~! ::~~h:f ~~~~~o~::~::i~r~:: ~~;;;: gr_eatest instrument for the government of men ever devised by human United States: States owed Great Britain $5,000,000,000," mmds. ~f~gttE~~::' f,::lh~:f~EJ~;tt{~·e !~ Mr. Whitney continued. We asserted in our first edition, and now re-affirm, that the Southern !h:'~~o~~,the States 1'espectivel11, or to ha:A;~:~enA::~t~enr ::: .::~:~~o~ii:e1;.m~~ Conservative is not interested in the political fortunes of any man or of '-----------'I matter, the United States, as usual, was any political party and is concerned solely in principles of government. A Man Named Sherman Gets The Lost Laugh left holding the sack. In our discussions of State and National issues, we shall show no more th;~~~~e~e~~::!:go~eed $2:'t~i:n ~~~~ partiality to the Tycoons of Industry than we shall to the Czars of Labor. ln Atlanta, Georgia, which has achieved the $29,000,000,000 which Great Britain ow- • lhe dubious distinction in recent years of ed us, there should h_av~ been a balance In fact, we seem to remember that some of the biggest business men being I he "Liberal" center of the South, a ~ ~:/~~~i;:,~a:u~:~~:~ t~~t$!;~·000 •· in the nation teamed up. with labor union rackete~rs in p_l~ying ball.~ith Negro Communist Fronter has just been the New Deal and the Farr Deal when those economic atrocthes were ruling ~lected as a member of the white school "According to the Treasury Report, it the crest board. was decided that Great Britain owed us • $650,000,000 to be paid in fifty annual in· The Negro's name is Ralph E. Clement stallments at 2% interest, with the pro- The courage, integrity and patriotism which must be commanded if and it is liberally sprinkled on the pages vision that in any year Great B~itain's na- the Rep'Nblic is to survive will not be found exclusively among representa· :g:~:~t\~~~o~etc~;~~t~=tr~~ :~;e~~::~ ~~~::~s~n~~~~owba; ~~~~:e: ~~~t%nar~:~:~~: tives of big business or leaders of labor unions. ean form of Government. ... Some of the subversive groups to which go~s;;Pe;~er:ut a~or"g$2~~~o.!:,oc~;m~:~odft ~t must be drawn from that vast group of ave~ age ~m.eric.ans who. ask. Clement has belonged are American Com· wasn't Great Britain." nothmg of government except that it secure them m their malienable right mit tee for Protection of Foreign Born, de- to work, to save and to keep a reasonable share of the fruits of their toil. •!gnat~d by th~ ~~·American Activities From a young American business ~~'l~i~~tt~~ 111~:e1~!m~1:1:i~! t;:r~Jdet~ a:~x~ man i_n San Jose, Cost~ Rica: ."Living . \Ve are against th~ do~ination of g?:ernment. either by big business or United States." Y here m Central _Amenca_, I ~md m~- b1g labor and we mamtam that favonhsm to either group on the part self on the outs.tde lookmg m, as 1t of a State or National administration is un~American immoral and a A~:r~~~~r ~~li~~c i~a~~~:~ ~~~fe;:~c~a~~ ~~e:~·i~~p\~~n~f!~~~!r~!n~~ t~o~;;~Yy0~; llagrant abuse of power. ' elted by the California Committee on Un· fine publication when I have the op-- American Activities as subversive; Commit· portunity. 1 commend you for expos- We acknowledge our indebtedness to the courageous and patriotic tee of Welcome for "Red Dean" of Can{er- ing the innumerable Communist Front Coalition Bloc of sound·thinking Democrats and Republicans in both Houses bury; Progre~sive Citizens of America cited organi~ations and ~~ooke~ unions. You of Congress which has prevented Communistic influences from complete :~ea ~~~~;: ~:it~~o~~:~e~,?~;~~s~~-~n!!;i~ ~:~!Ol~g likX:a:n~~~=~~ l~f ~~~~J0~ domination of our Federal government. ;:~th~;~iv~!:sfer~~:em~~:e H~~a~a~:~~~:; in this chaotic world of today." We are opposed to the reckless squandering of the taxpayers' money tited as "typical of the Communist-control- . . by incompetent, irresponsible and improvident public officials and we led otganizalions" in the U.S.; National The Ctvil Se~lce law has been gene~al~y contend that taxes should be levied for purposes of revenue only and not !t~~=~tio;Y {~: A~~~s~~~ti~~~~ra~i~:rtti~! ;;:a,~:~ic:~i~n:o:~dita::s~::tb~!~h;o~7~~ to punish the rich, reward the poor or redistribute the wealth. ~~~i:~d t~~,t~~~:~ bs~;t!~P~~t ~!g::;z~~~~!~ ;~·: ;oh:t7m~~n~s :r~~l~~ic!~ ::m~ni~~~~~: We are firmly committed to the principle of States Rights and we hold and many others of equally sinsiter pur- in power, regardless of who is elected. The that the people of any pht of the United States are entitled to maintain JlOses. law should be repealed or at least amended. their own social customs and traditions without interference from poli· Private information is that responsible ticians seeking votes to perpetuate themselves in power. · persons of Atlanta are burned up over this Somehow, in all the discussions at~ Indignity, but if the majority there want to tending truce negotiations, one gets We are unequivocally in favor of Free Enterprise as opposed to return to ~he s~a.tus of carpet-bagger days, the !mp!ession that. the main consid- government ownership of business and insist on the responsibility of 1hat is thetr pnvtlege. erahon 1~ the .secunty and welfare of every American to seek to improve his social and economic condition It would sPem however that in undertak- Commurust pnsoners of war. through initiative, energy and thrift rather than leaning on the arm of tng such a radical experiment, they would government for support. ba\'e. &elected some Negro without a Com· Regardless of propaganda to the contrary, :~~~~s! :a~~a:~~o~e;;:r~adually worked th~ United States is more tolerant of min- We concede to every man the right to work arid the opportunity of ----------I ~:~%. gr~~pse .. ~i~:~c;n~f 0!~7:. :o~;~:?or~; i:~\t::~~ ~~~~yment regardless of whether he does, or does not, belong From a student in a Theological grot~p co~trols t~c mercanhle busmess, t~e :~~n'::l t~! ~~~~:~~r~'I C~~s~rve:t~~~ ::\ 1 ;;, ~~:tu~;w~7~ts~~;;in~~:. gr:;:,n\e~: _On the ~ther _hand, we clai~ for t?e employer the Irrevocable right and am with you as near one hundred vision, i?t~~national b_anking and many to h1re and. f~e. hts. employees WI thou~ mstructions from any government per cent as it is humanly possible to other actlVIhes and durmg the past twenty agency, or mhm1dation by Federal Police. be. I admire your boldness, yet sweet- years has acquired a large measure of ness, Jn the expression of your idetrs". ~:;~~~~;~:sr :o:~:~~~;t~=:atto 0~~:: c;:c~ pape~ea~~el0~~:! ag~!~~P·ss c;~;~~gti~e ~~~~e~s~~0ry, uitbli~ h}J~enlrativehtha1dt news-control or shows more "tolerance"? . . . P C Opl on S OU exert From an 81-year old lady in Los every effort w1thm therr power to help preserve our republican form of Angeles who is still young enough to . . . . government, our Free Enterprise system and American way of life. We do patriotic work for her country: Any one fanultar w1th propaganda wtll shall exert all our energies to that end. "Enclosed is check for my best~loved instantly recognize the fiood now being hte~~~~a~::~of~mh::~u b~att~~! b~~!~~~ :;r~~~o:!IthS~~:;i:~ca:O~eo~~:l~n ~uo~:: These are the sentiments of the _SOUT~RN CONSERVATIVE and are not discouraged. They have com- mt"nt by journalists, lecturers, politicians, a_lthough ours may be only one sm~ll ~01ce crymg in the wilderness, we will mittees working all the time and will educators, ministers and others who shape f1ght for fundamental American pnnclple&, as we understand them. without keep on trying to re-instate UNESCO." public thinkil\i. apology to any man or aet of men. Bl AI HI to Jng lee ear lea I wh lng fac anc to flu of de• IUl er, FeJ ey< the thJ Yo to ~ arE tl wi m I bla ''GI ei~ re eht a to pel grE wei •e• In ati pm ln 'A 1 of ion tha 1 2nl gn thE ch• to an fi to ~~j tlo t,i May, 1953 THE SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVE Page 5 BELIEVE IT OR NOT, GIRL SCOUTS ARE ADVISED TO READ BOOKS OF LANGSTON ISRAEL PUTNAM LEFT HIS PLOW TO SAVE HIS COUNTRY. THIS ONE LEFT HIS BANANA SPLIT HUGHES AND DOROTHY CANFIELD FISHER The propaganda pamphlet entitled position some years ago as a twelve American "Liberals" are rushing in--------- --1 ~Jh~a~~~s~a~b~i!:e~g:;n~~~hie~~~~ ~~~~r d~u;~~~r:.oda jerker in a New to print to protest against efforts be- Get Out of r~!~ic~~SB~~~~oa~~t ;~~i~~:tt~a;~: ab:U~il~isca~~slfne~~do~f~~~~~~yc~~~~~ ::!s :a1:ve~rig~~:~:::~:~s~~~~;:~ The Hate House wlth them on World Government, was sodas atld concocting banana splits, oountry and to determine how suc- referred to m these columns last he had a sudden and acute attack of ~essfully subversion and anti-Ameri- (From •n editorial by Richard Lloyd month. social consciousness from which he eanism is being c~an?ell~d into A~eri- •. J~~:e~;e:i::n:u~s:d T;;:~i::;ly the u. N. Go~~~np~~J~i~~h~;! 1~~~~~::~r~~~ ha;u::i;~e c;~i,~~:l~e:~~:~e~~:~ our ~an s~hools and mshtuhons of hJgher was a great and beautiful dream. But when ised to look into and publish in this economic, political and social system learrung. a tra itor to our country is authorized to edition. · was all wrong and that he was just the For the i~formation of Americans ~a~~~~~-eoperation, the dream becomes a \Ve find this is rather difficult be- man_ to set it to r~ghts. . who may be mfluenced by t~ese bleed- g · . . . . cause of the insignificance and ob- Hts_ cal~ to soctal service w~s tem-ing hearts, we call attention to the By ~very exh1bthon of generos1ty we, the scurity of the individual in question poranly mter r upted b.r a pr10r ca ll !~~ ~;i~~~!~~~!y :~: ~~~~~ls~uc;jl!~~:~ ~=:lc:\~;o~;:~hhe:v~0sht~:n 0~~e;a~:r~:~ :~~e b!~!~s~n o:h~i~i~~~~~i~~ ~~~~ho~~ ~~ot~h~~fd;·~~~ ~~i~osl~~~o h\~. :~~!. to mfiltrahon by Commumst m- of the world. But other nations hate us moves While stationed m the Aleutian Js-fluences, but that unrelated groups for the very nobility we foster. · lands he prepared himself for his fu-of youngsters are also subject to this we have helped the French. we taxed There ar e smear organizations and ture consecrated_ career b:y s:tlooping deadly menace. ourselves to buy their loaves and butter smear organizations. around at mess hme and makmg sure T?ose who have any. doubt on the thei~ bread. And they h: te us. Some of them are so powerful that ~~:tf~~~r~e;v~sd nt~;~~~~~~U:.i~t~~~~~~~ :~~}eocftffcii{ ~~~? :~:u'~G~~~~~~~to~e:g; Ita~~;~~ t::ds~~:h g;~;r~::!;': ::t~:~:~ tin~ ~v~e~ f:v~~~f;~ti~~~~m:~~is~fF~~~~ troo~s. . . . . February 1953 and they will get an gratitude. in this country. W1th th1s background to f1t h1m for eyeful of evidence which should shock We helped the English. They have bung- ~ ca:eer of soctal readJusting, It was them into immediate action. led their own imperial business as badly These . t?p-brac_k~t smear _groups mevttable that as soon as ~e :vas out . . . as stupidity could do it. We embraced have unlumted millions at _the~r com- of t~e Army, he should dnrt mto the th2~ i;a:eco~~m~f ti~~ RJ~~c*~:i the~ as our En~Iis~ :o~~ins. r'':tt=a~e op- ~:n~r~~~ ~~e ecf~~~~~eel~ ~~={d~~~e~~~ ~~7s~ends of Democracy" headquar-foo~ ~~~t·~: ~~~s~~:f;rue;~:s~s?fe~~~ :::k ~~rs~::e:ou0nd~ :ane~:~:omice~e:::. ~~ ~~g:o~~~~fr ~:~~:.ls may be black- ~e was given a job there where his ~~mo~n~!·g;;,~~~e w~V:hi~h:T:~ur~:~ ::!e!~:it/~~: ;:glsi~~s~.at;~:. f~~- ;:\:: Also, there are a whole s~ue of ?~~:l~g~~r~e~s~0:~e~f b~;s:n~e;~e:~a~ are advised to read in these words: we_ are honest about these _mternatl_onal r~ small-~ry . smearers whose relation to teur sleuth. ,, . , . . latiOns. They are undemable anthmettc the ~tg-time smear_ers may be best He claims i~ published interviews A_chtldren s book wntten by a d1s- facts. descnbed as the diffe rence between that he would go to the organizations ti~gmshed man of letters whose style Turkey, Denmark, Finland, Greeee and a pickpocket and an Inter national con- which were on the blac klist of Will charm ~dults as well. B_oth Ne- Japa~ are the _only frie~ds we _have left. fidence man. "Friends of Democracy" and, under ~i~od .a~~rew~-~~~s,~~~~~.r~r:reu~f~~1li!~ to~!:: :: ~~~~~n h~~: ~~~~: Nations much Way ~~-w~ t~t the bo~tom o~h !he ~~n a;~~rr:i~~ra~~~~· H~s~o~~~ ~~!~rha~ and mterestmg. in Asn~tew:i t~:n·~n~t:dk~;ti:n::w i:!e~~: ~~~~~n as ts";ri:~d~ro~t ~e::~aci~ this d~ta under his own name •. but, bl;!~~~~o~~ t~~-c~~~~ ~~~~ ~n~!~ sim~e reason that the United . Nations is ~~~fd,k~~~u~:~1{hi~y c~ou~~r oni~ ~~~ ;~~0t~~.g t~~s t~:~~Y~~~1sk~~~ ~~~te~~ ''Good Bye Christ" heaping vile denun- nothmg but a h~t be~ o~ treason and treach· a "Democracy" and has yet fa learn IOUS role seemed to satisfy a suppres- ~~aJ~~~~go~h;~ee~~i~:mC:~~t~~e ~~!u~ ::;ion~v~:~;:t~~al~nj~;l:;;e;f e;a:~ 0~~he~ that it is a Co~stitutional Rep.ublic. ~fedd S~~~~~ H~~m~~j~~m~,~~d~~::e"; chest fellow travellers didn't have the The great b1g spmt of brot~erly love never Any way, ~his Hall p;rson, I~ seems, work. atomach to take it. Recently he ap- percolated into the consciOusness of the was for ~ tllll~ associate~ with ~nd While with uFriends of Democracy'' ~~:~:dan~ef~~i~te~o~~it~~: !~u?~;; ~:7t:~u~a1j~::.ates that assemble in the !f~~n;~~:: ;~!~~~:r~mt~h::a~~g~~!~ ~:m~:~i~~:hi~~~~~~ ~{g~~:s i;sst~i~~ were unfit to send to soldiers over- Mr. Hiss saw to It that Russia would have and exp,ose those defilers of De- Birkhead and Rex Stout and boasted aeas. the power t~ veto not only us, but all of mocr~cy who dare to defend the of the friendship of Max Lerner. (For .. them collechvely. Amencan form of government and up- lack of space we must resist the temp- And yet, they are recommended to It is understandable why the Congress of hold the Constitution of the United tation to give. the record of these !!~~rc:'~!~e fa~t~~~~:~regi~~fa~lia~ !!~ ~7!t~~a:~~t:,ni~~::~n!~~ai~~wto ~~~ S~tes. . gents.) " . , and interesting". ~::e t~~le~:~~~c:~ie~e~X!:~. ~~~irn~:a~::~ as ~~u~a~as:ir~~; V:~~:osl~~},e ~~~~ te~ae f~!t ye~~~~~~~~~~~f~~a~1nt!~: On the same page under the sub- the people have registered their revolt selves. vi~w in a left-wing paper that the ~1~~ ~~~~a~r~ii~~~ !~~s~~r~e:train !~~~n~s~~a~i::~0exf:~:eu!~r ~~n!~::~o7~: th~it;;t~~os~~~;~~! 0i~r :~rlo~:io:n:~ ~?;r~~~~~~~t~~ had to do had affected '~Girl Sco~t leaders .will find help !;!:!:Y ~;;~at~~ u~~e;~~t~~:~;;n~~~ ~~:a~~t~~:n toC~~~e:!~~~!ouc~r:~~: to ~0 p~~J~:~~f~r~~~c~i~~~~i~~le~~:~~: ln. mterpretmg the_ Umversal Declar- tion and tell the u. N. delegate! to pack our frank editorial views on this inter- ed "Countertide" which struggled ation of Human Rights a_nd the pur- their bags and scram. GET GONE. national conspiracy. has gone to every through five editions a~d then flopped t'~o:~~;~~~f~!1Jh~s~~~~~e~a~~~: We never should have brought these rats membe~ of Cong_ress, every member of and folded. 'A Fair World F~r Us ~ll' ". . ~~0~~~ ~~o;;:~Y ~::;. ~~~:;_~~::d ~~~;d g;:; ~:iol~g~~~tu~:h~~ ;~~i&-~~~~~;f oW~ fre~1~~c~h:~!~~i~gh~n h~iss ~~~ ~~~~~ Dorothy Canfield Fisher fs listed Umted Natwns bmldmg wtth sp1es. We ctals and molders of pubhc opm10n m he occasionally runs into crossfire es­officially in records of Congress as be- ga~e . the. United _Nations the ~onumental education, religio_n and govern_ment ~s pecially when he attacks such modest longing to so many Communist Fronts bmldmg 1t occuptes for its off1ces. Trust- well as to our hst of subs~nbers m and shrinking violets and timid souls that it would not be possible to enum- ingly, _we plac~d them right in _the h.eart_of ev_ery State and some foreign coun- as Vivien Kellems, the Connecticut erate them here. our b1ggest c1ty. And they filled 1t wtth tnes. Fireball Lucille Cardin Crain nation- In the House Report No 1954 of the spies. . . From what we can gather Hall had ally kn~wn authority on subversive · 2nd session of. the EightY-First Co~- 1t ~:e f~~~~fd h~~!~~~s ~~e~ ~~:ne::~le~~:~ a perfectly honorable and iegitimate ~~~tb~~~ieS~~':e~te;t~~n~r~~ada~~ f~:s~i~!t t~~l~~Je~s;;!~~~ p~~~~:; fs !~:;;d;0 ~~~: l:~g !~~t 1 ::g w:~tf;e o~~ As evidence of its close connection with your humble editor. ~~a:~ego:~~Js~~~~~tg o~~aZ~~io~~ :~:C~e~ s~~:;~se:~~!:;: ::: p~:t:~~o~ss? to ~:n~ssc~ffi~~=l N:~~~~ca;ti~:.uc~~~ ~!~~~:i John L. Lewis suggested to a Senate Com- :tn?dl~t~e. s;xthh colu~n p~r~t~y C~n- Seven years ago the war in Europe end· for October, 1952, says on page 418: "On mittee recently that all labor legislation of toe f s 1e[ ~ c ;~ge ~lt C e ongi?1 ed. And we still have an army in Europe. the International front these (NEA) organ· the past twenty years should be repealed. rom B 0 sue omr~hs Why? BeC'tl.use the nations over there izations work for peace. Their ideas mean We will go Lewis one better and say that ~r~ups. t ei;~e~ them, ~t t mas ' . ey don't know how to behave and we can't much to the World Confederation of Or- practically every legislative proposal made ~~~:;~ifigr~}~f~;~y~h~o:~:!~~ :2;~~~;~~\*"g::~: ~1E·~"~:"~~?-.J~3 fir~i~::Fg;~:~~~;i~::~~~f~:~;r:~f~ ;~~::;:~ ~::~.:~:£::::i~:~~~~~! g Y the whole mess. parhcularly exercisea ttrong influence in recogmtion of Russia, If American parents want their chil- We sent Senator Wiley, of Wisconsin, and this field". dren's views on cttizenship influenced other foreign affairs committee experts by black male Communist Fronters or over to look at the situation from the Euro-1--......,-------- Ex-Senator Henry Cabot Lodge announces 'White female subversives, that seems pean side. Dulles and Stassen go to Eu· When Demosthenes was asked to assign that all American subversives will be out to be what they are getting but if they rope to look the field over. The field is as three reasons for his success in life, he of the United Nations by October first. don't, they had better take a good obvious as the thoes on their feet. We replied: "First, Action, Seeond Action and Good Americans who get fi red are lucky long searching look into what }$ go- have fooled with 1oreign fools lone enough. Third, Action". Perhaps his formula for if they are given two weeks notice wheJl lng on. Jt is time to quit fooling • • • " success is the tame today. the~ are booted out of a job. Page 6 THI IOUTH!RN CONSIRVATIVI MIG PILOT OFFERED S 100,000 BRIBE WITH A HOT DATE THROWN IN FOR GOOD MEASURE What A Prophet Lenin Turned Out To Be When He Said We Would Spend Ourselves Out of Existen-ce --------------------1 tu~e~::":r:~~t~~~~sv:;;;r;~~ ~~ Notorious Tramp Denounces The Methodist Church, leader in th~n~~r~th~o~;s~.de;~;r:te c:':::~~e~! rea by promising to give $100,000 to Country Which Befriended Him ~:ve~~~~.ni~ p;o':~~~g ~~i~lh~~~:; Americanization of Washington think-any Co~munist pilot who would sur- . of blacks and whites, and similar ac- mg, if any. render m a MIG plane, has had its . In Lo~d?n recently Charlle Chap· t" lt"es Is working now to "bring good It is high time that our alleged lead- 40rollary In Hollywood. lm, tho millionarre tramp who made ~;a~a baclt to the churches where It ers were weaned away from global A young woman there, according to hiS fortune in Amer~ca, declared that originated" according to an article considerations and for a change, com­a recent story In a large daily news- the reason he had given up residence in the Los Angeles Times. We did not pelled to devote a' little concern and paper in which she is described as a here was because. of the "unhealthy know it originated in the churches but common sense to the solution of press· 4'glamorous and affection8.te blonde", at~osph~re:• ~ this countr~ in whtch were . not surprised to read further ing problems in the country whose offers to up the ante of General Clark "liberal mdivJd~,"ls can bo smgled out that the first play to be put on in the Constitution they swore to uphold. and, as an added inducement, to give and persecuted · Los Angeles area will depict life In the pilot a date. There IS an unhealthy atmos· South Africa taken from a "sensi· A member of Congress has announc- The young lady whose name !s phere here all right and it is persons live South African tale" by Alan ed m the press that, smce the Fed· &iven as Kathleen Hughes posed for llko Chaplin who have created it. Paton of South Africa. A Broadway era! give-away program was started a picture which was carried with the Instead of seeking citizenship In Negro actor will play the lead. in 1948, Congress has tossed off $32,- otory in which she was dressed in a the land which had given him his 000,000,000 to vanous countnes scat-modish brassierre and 1 smile and opportunity to make millions, he join· . . . . tered around the world. handled herself in a way to effective- ed wi:h o_thers of his ilk in subversive th:,:d ~:::i::h~:e~: ~=:sJ~:n:r::sfe:r~:~a:: After five years, Congress has fin- ~e~~oj:c~:i~ku~;!~ai~tcetsh!h~!s~s~~ll~ ~;;uac~~~~hoo~s t~~ ~r;!:;~:: f~r~ d:; ~nves~igating ~e inf.iltr~tio~ of Co~~un· :~!it g~:t~~is a;~~:r~~oto o;!e;i~~t, ai~ dairy farmer seeking additions to his government under which he had prof- _18m mt.~ Amenca~ mst~tuhon.~> as wttch possible, where the money went and herd. ited far beyond his desserts. )lunters but the mveshgators should not h 't t Unfortuna.tely the ~dition of t~e Like 8 lot of the other vermin mind, and especially when they consider ow 1 was spen · . . . . ~aper carrymg the picture of M1~s in human form which crawls out of how many "witches" they have found ~nd If the head of a btg mdustry m pn­n~ tg~~d ~rsd ~ae; ~;~~~~dp~~~a~~in~~~ the steerage and starts attacking the exposed. It is a case o! ~olecats spra:ymg vate_ enterprise sho.uld conduct its Communist lines and the saffron-hued country which gives them refuge, he hunter• who are out to ktll skunks. affairs in such an mexcusa~ly hap-pilots will no doubt remain loyal to divided his spare time about equally hazard ma~ner, he would either . be their country. between subversive activities against When Owen Lattimore wrote his ~'Guilt sent to an m~ane asylum or be ~n~Ict- Maybe it's beside the point, but the United States and violations of By Slander" alibi some two years ago, fel- ed and convicted under our cnmmal the incident set us to wondering what its moral laws. low travelling book reviewers fell all over statutes. :~e;a~~Jrf~~~~et~~t 1~~a~i~~~{~is~~; Unit~dur~f:te~a~s h~:~ ~ ~~d s~~~ each other in_ plugging its s~le., John T. . At _the same time, a story was car- ~i~~~~"pi~~! nee:ce:p~e;; 1~u~ha~rt~ t~~ trash. . . ~~::e h;:o;;.~n~~-.. t~:c::~e~:: ::: ~·:~ ~:d F1:d:a~ ;~~:n~e~~eise~:~~~!h:~ Congress; ~ nation ~hich. regard.ed depo~eagn!hew:~~/~r~~: b~!!~l~~~ seen his factual and -documented volume stop the flow of narcotics into this ~~~:~ ~if~1~s ~~~ Y:r1~~tb~~~n~~t~~!~ are doing their dead level best to even mentioned by the "impartial" evaluat- country because we don't have the comic opera angles; a nation which wreck American institutions. ors of American literature. funds to_ hir~ enough agents to cover would have court-ma.rtialed its mill- ----::-::- the Mexican border. t~~~p:~~h~~~oet" o~~o at;~~;~redt~:~: TEXANS DO NOT NEED COMMUNIST In addition, postal service to the gets and to withhold fire from strategic American people has been greatly cur- =~e~~o~~~S,lym~I~~Jn~~:s;~~dcounnde~cJ: fRONJERS JO ENJERJAJN JHEM ~;~:rt~~~~~e of lack of funds for the ~~~e n~~~~\t~~~;g a;:o!~~~:sa~~d 0;~~r~ As we have pointed out time and time and of having belonged to many Commun- Also, we are advised that there is ed bribes. again, the most effective way of ohoking ist fronts. no immediate relief for over-burden- In other words, we wonder what be- ~ff Communis~ activl~ies in this oountry One. o! thes~ Is the Anti-Fac~st Refu~e~ ed and long-suffering taxpayers as • eame of a Peerless American Republic ts to stop helpmg to fmanoe them. Commtttee whtch the Un-Amencan Activt· 11taxes can't be reduced until the bud- ~~alt~n~~:e;~n~r w:: ~~~y :~f~;re:~~ di~~~al:ls:h~ol~v!oobde:: ~::n:~:d o~=~ ~~~~:;~~~~is ~:tic::c~ c;~m:;s:0:;;~ get is balanced. u se~uri~y o~ its own people, whose one Communist fronts whose objective is the policy of the Soviet Union". One of the stepS toward "balancing ~~{e~~:~n~:da~l:0~8~a~f~n;~ i~a~~~: overthrow ol the American form of govern- Another organization to which Ferrer ~~~~~~~.~~~' w;:::e :~ot:en~t~~\::~ ~:t~~~lt~!', ;;~~~:~ ~~~~b~~i~~~:;2~ m;:~ronlzlng such persons and contribut- :~v:h~~~ze~a ~~v:!::;::~t;~ :e t:o~=~ around on the other side of the ocean. • victory''. ing ~ their personal fortune by employing mittee as a 1'new and broader Communist All theSe billions so carelessly con-- ------------------I them 1t huge salaries is tacit endorsement front for the entire United States". trlbuted do not include uncounted bil· of their underhand and subservive activl- Fe\:,t'er is also shown as a member of lions which were given . aw~y under We Are The Sucker Who lies. Veterans Against Discrimination of Civil the lend-lease program diSgUised as a Must Sutt:or The World In this connection, many Texans have Rights of New York, an auxiliary of the uloan" but which w~s never paid back The administration didn't aa;k our advice been amazed and disgusted that the man- Civil Rights Congress cited by the Com- and never will be. but we would hJlve suggested that instead agemant of the great State Fair of Texas mittee as being "dedicated not to the There are millions of Americans, of cutting our own Air Force allotment by at Dallas allowed its musical director to broader issues of civil liberties but specific- of course, whose skull would be crack­$ 5,000.000,000, we cut out the money be- invite Jose Ferrer of Hollywood to _sing ally to the delense o£ individual Com- ed if their brain should be invaded by ing sent to foreign countries. in the Fair's Annual Musicals this summer. munists and the Communist Party". an original thought, and to them there T:ue ~con_omy, it seems to _us, doe~ not According to Dallas newspapers, the in- In addition he was shown by the Com· is nothing out of line in such proced· ~~c:~gc~~:~::.~~:t:::~ ~:~~~t:r ~~~r~:S ;itation has been ~tend~d and ac~e~tance mi.ttee_ ~s a sponsor of the Cultural and ~:son the part of_Washington politic· whose economic worries are not our re· ts breathlessly awatted m tbe opuuon of Sc!enhf!C Conference for World Peace, as · Jponsibility. a Dallas columnist who says: "No contracts having been a member of the Committee for Those Americans, however, who Practically all our trouble stems from are signed but it looks like a deal". the Re-election of Benjamin J. Davis, Com- keep up with what is going on and our al:)andonment of the Monroe Doctrine, The State Fair of Dallas belongs to all munist, as a member of Artists• Front to who are familiar with every move that ~n~!~es!:~~gp;;~~e:!s U:~ ~~t~~~~~~onom- ::;ou;:::e th:f y:a::a~a:~:~:t ~~a~:~:·:~ ~i:dt:~ ~:~;it::m::r d 0:f:: ;;;~~o:~ ~lo~~~~i~:t ~~e~~!:~n:r~o~~l b:u~~~: •d~~~:~ :~~ :o~~:;~:~t ::~i~~!a~~er~~~~ institution of such m_agnitude that it has munist speakers, as ~aving been one of given if they _c~nsider those who en· !:x~:~~~rtb~~: f::OC:~e t:f g~~~te~Ulc!~:t~~!: co;l:a8n!:~:~e;~:~~::e ~a;~~i~;e0fwt~r~: ~r7~h::;re s;~t 1:;:e:~n:s0rt:a:~g ~:~;:: ~;::se ;~;~r~~~~~:lls~onduct as not only but we hav~ gradually changed from a do not like Communist Fronters or fellow ?rganize t~e May Day Parade participated Unless1 by a miracle, enough pat-peaceful nation to one whose economy is travellers and do not wish to be enter· m by leadmg Communists in 1946· riotic leadership is developed in Wash· permanent!~ geared to w~r. . tained by the~ so long as there are good In view of the ~!ficial record of this man, ington to put a stop to this senseles~ 0:~::1;~~~:~~~=a:~~et:ea:~!;;"e~~ patriotic Amedcans left to do the job. :~~ic~:~: ~'tth:e~::~s a;t~t:o::ir t::! ~~~ and suicidal course, we .had as weU tangling alliances with foreign countries, The Committee on Un-American Activi- aware of the action of their musical throw in the sponge, hoist the Ham· and points up the fallacy of the current phil- ties o! the United States Congress, specifiC· director, who lives in New York, in invit- mer and Sickle and come out openlj Oliophy which holds that we are the sucker ally lists Ferrer as having participated in ing a notorious subversive to participate under the banner of the forces whose .-ho must su.:c:~r the world. a lonz list of Communist-inspired activities in their summer program. cause we are promoting. Is of >lete link· lead­obal com· and ress­pose ld. unc­Fed­trted $32,­scat-fin­f an It, if and t pri· its ap­r be diet­nina! pcing [ $5,· ewed con­d bil· mder as a back cans, ack-f~ e~~ ced· litic· pat· ash· eles5 weU Ham· pen!) rhose May, l953 TH& SOUTHERN CONSERVATIV! HOFFMAN GIVES ADVICE AS FREELY AS HE TOSSES AROUND OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY Arkansas Politician Is an Hour Late and a Dollar Short Page 7 ~ -------------------- tri~~~~r ~~f:;:~·p:o:l:~!e:!~:~~ .~~~ California Senate Exposes ha~e h~~li~!irt~~\ ~0~!k~;r~~': We'll Bet It Is Not gives free advice on occasion, most of Tricks of Red School Boards lands and that now that the property Fifteen Times As Red it bad. The Eighth Report of the Senate Investi- r::yb~~u~~t~~~e~otof~~g!~g:~eo:,nbe~I5~ Radio Moscow has announced that a new Speaking at some sort of function at gating Committee on Education of the Cali- thing. university will be opened in the Commun- Southern Methodist University at Dal- fornia Legislature reveals an interesting They have had to listen to, or read ist capital soon, aee~rding. to a dispatch i.n las recently, he warned against the ::~~C::s e:~~~~:e~: ::h~~m!o:~~~ ·~: ~~~~~s ~~ c~:;es:'~~~~a~:f !~ea~o~~ :n ~:d;:rfd~per, which wtll be the largest peo.ple 0 ~ thjs country "becoming a p~event parents from registering proteats defense of this theft of state property In order to give an idea of its immensit,. nahan fr.Ightened by the advance of with the Board. by the Federal government that they the radio announcement said that it would Commumsm". The acheme is referred to aa the "au- have probably come to hate the name be ''fifteen times bigger than Columbia Unl He also made the observation that dience-packing" plan at open hearings of of Tidelands. versity in New York City." ''a frightened man is at best irrespon· the Board in which Jt is impossibl~ . for But it seems th~t we are to ~et no Maybe it will be larger than the Nelf sible, at worst dangerous." =~~:~~s b;f ~~:ti!~:~d t!:P:;::s. P:~~:~! ~~~t~~~~o~~~/~~~e~~::th=~~~l;r;~ ::::.~~Ys~~u;i~;;r:~t the dissimilarity will co;::,t w:: tos:oa~~ th~a:;affd~:~· st~~ :!r~t~~r t~eat!:~i::::.c~~: ~etha~~·:;:ka~~: po~~~~a~~~o~ ~:a%s:~~~~its~~f:,~ --------. ---. -. -----.- d ts at SMU to become alarmed t to get recognition first. attorney general named Tom Gentry, lands measure IS dd~tely a policy• t~: constant encroachment of Co~· Another technique employed, and one who insists on getting i~to the act, makmg ptece of le~Islation. ~~nism int~ the schools and univer- ::~:.h isis th~~e~f b:oo~:;~~~s~a~:~n;:~: ~~~~ai!~~uJ~w!haen;~~: li~ht~v::~ :~t~ th:';re~~~t~~p~:~~gC~u0r~~~~~·ldt~:~ Slb~s of this c~untry. a~d _t~ be on catcalls which drown out the voices of tax- This Gentry gent says he is going ~pect the rulings of the emine~t jUJ'o therr guard agamst thts mstdtous foe payers with a legitimate complaint. to take immediate steps to initiate a Ists who have sat on that body m the to Americanism. . court fight on behalf of Arkansas, by past, After having strewn millions of dol- en:::~;r o~~;;tt;::;~;::ef~:!r~e~~tn:a: gum, as soon as the bill_becomes law. We have ~nown o.f .cases where th~y Iars of American taxpayers' money ~earing from th~ Boa:d in open . meeting Ge~~;n~p~~~e~~;y d~;n~: ~hna;w ~~ ~00~e~h:~v~~~~hde:e~~~r:n~0~0~eli~:i arou,nd ~ver Europe as head of Tru· ;~:h::O~~~ ~:~~:~:e;h~~~e:hs:;s~=~r~:n u:: that t~e Su~reme C~urt long ago ruled with the political a~d social views of mans gtve-away program, Hoffman 1 . dl h til tl't d th 1 t 1 that m policy-making the Court has the men who appomted them, so It was associated with the Ford Founda· ~~e:u%ieC:Ce, 0t~at 0: 1; ~n: :~bj:t ~~1 :e no jurisdiction as that is a funct~on, c?uld b~ possible that Gentry will get tion where he proved he had no fear considered by the Board at that meeting, solely, of the Congress, and the Ttde· hts, oar m. of Communism from some of the such as new school buildings, repairs to gr~~ts and ~onauons he aut~orize~. :::!:in~s ~;: c~:~::in:~~:s~:o=h:f~er7!~ A Few Sidelights on the be c~~~1!t!l;t d~sr~e;ao:d~dana~~d~~~~ criticism. . I • I f I' f all Americans become afraid andre- With perseverance and courage on the nternahona 00 S orum ~~~s~~a~dn~ ~~~; ~~::~~~p~fe2~r- ~=:~ns~f ;;~en~il/h:~:nt:r:l~!ci~e b~;:~e;! whic~h:a~;!! ~~!t!efrao~ :~:~::!:~e~:o:::a:udbav::~v:~~!~~~~t~~\:! ~:u::i~eat~::: Also we issue a counter-warning :~~~:d a~: ::cee St~eoo:a~o~~~t"'~~~:e::e c~:~ has jllst made its appearance. f~lc;:~~i~~:e~~~~~b~~a!~~ti~t c~~:s~ :~~v~~t:t o;h~~= ~:~~:~:~: ~:o n:l:~~et~n~e: so ~~!;: ~~bi~s::~~:P:;~:~:~:·~e~tl:d ~~g~:iv:er o;f M:~it~B :~~!~~=~!~pg::i:~::!i~= dangeiOUS • tolerate subversion in the schools. the United States, that is. In this latest thrust against white civilization, the screwball scientists of UNESCO Here We 60 Again With the TIDELANDS MATTER IS undertake to project fallacy as fact in a b;g p;tch lor racial intermarriage. · Same Give-Away Program AN OLD STORY au o~:;s;h;u;:;I:,!r~~v:e:~~n:~:~s:slv~sci~~o~~s~i·n:~t:~·;:::~~i~~ ~hdatg~::;isc~u·~;:n~ We learn from a press dispatch that of man's most confused and contentious concepts - the concepts of race". ~h~. Sta~e ~e&art~~n~ h~\plann~d ~or Although we have heard most about Nobody, of course, is confused about race except a few international social per-p~ l~:~ r:ceisve n~con~m~~~i~nfr~~ thf~ the steal of the Tidelands by the Tru· ~erts who have worked so hard at their ~ssigned jo.b of mongnlilation that they have country in the amount of $139,500,000 man administration, efforts to grab mfluenced a large and degen~rate followmg to therr program. in the fiscal year starting July 1. this property were made as far back We are all of one common ancestor and color, these social defectives claim, and it am~~~~ho~~u:~~~~rd7!nyc~~~~~~ ~: :: t~~3:~n:~e~y aN~~~~:::h~n:::s~c:~ ~:l!u~ :~t:;rn~:a:~:!;~~.m;~:~::!~~P:~e:~~~~~o~~ !:~~~~;on of groups, effects of United States and are now busily en- Hobbs proposing to take over all the The purpose of their fantastic conclusions is revealed at the end of the article in gaged ~n playing one side. against the oil producing property on coastal lands which they announce bappil~: "As the economy of backward areas advances, environ-other m. the world conflict between and make it a "naval reserve''. mental differences will dimmish. And as races mingle more and more freely, most Commurusm, as represented by Russia genetic differences will disappear". ~~~ s~~e~a~~~~~~~· and Capitalism of . Fodllowindg. its 19 d 39 efebat, hit was again This unspeakable and obvious propaganda serves one good purpose, at least. The mtro uce 10 Y t e same per- Human Rights covenant is practically doomed any way. Such stuff as this hastena This money which State Depart- sons and, again, was killed. its demise. ~:n~~~~~i.~lgO~~~~'af~~!~~nng':/~ ~~~r~: On .both occasions~ .as in the cur- Los Angeles School Board members have little 1ppreciation of important world priation which has been requested by rent fight, the opposition to the grab figures. th;t ~::!%~::~~~:·that there are not ~et~:s::,0f:~t~ybf::::.~~~~~l :~~~c~:~; In fact, they don't recogni~e "greatne:~" ~hen they see it rl~ht be!ore their eyes. ~~~~~~ne A~~rif:t~~ti~\thfor~~t~~~e~~ ~~~ c:::s~~~·t!:~~~i~~~:l~~~da and whos~~;:;;nbl~~:/;~~t~~ ~~~:: t: ~::iu~mted Nations World by Norman Cousml protest this continued give-away pro- . . Obviously writing in a serious vein and not intending to be funny, Mr. Cousint gram financed by taxpayers' money, The group protestmg these two hillS tells ~f Paul Hoffman's appearance before that Board sometime ago to -plead for a and which functions in conformity was led by Senator Robert A. Stuart retention of the UNESCO programs in Los Angeles schools and adds this side-splittina with the common Communist belief of Fort Worth acting as attorney for crack: "If the members of the School Board were impressed with the presence of 1 that .we will spend ourselves into eco- the Texas staie Teachers Association great American, they showed little awareness of it as a group". nomic collapse. whose brief on the subject was public- Shame .on you, Los A~gele~ School Board members, for having greatness thrust · If. Amer.ican . taxpayers would r~e ly praised by Congressman Francis E. ~~~i:lrs'::: hke that and nustaking it for cheap propaganda and pressure for World up m their might and assert theJr Walter of Pennsylvania a member of · ~Z~:~~~tt;>~=~ ~~~~~ ~rv~r[eeJut~e t~~ the J:Iouse Judiciary. Co~mittee wh~ch From the "United Nations Diary": For Mrs. Roosevelt, Jt was a personal tragedy support of foreign nations-and if we considered the legislation, as bemg not to be able to finisk the work on the Human Rights covenant which, as Chairman had a Supreme Court in the higher one of the most comprehensive and of the Commission, she guided for so long. But, given the present mood of Congrest ~eaning of that term-we beJieve the complete of any he had ever been per- and some sectors of American public op~ion - and possibly it would have been 1 Issue could be threshed out and won mitted to read. greater tragedy for her to h~ve labored still more years, only to see the finished docu· on the grounds of simple justice and ments torn up on Capitol Hill". self-preservation. On both occasions, the measure was The "Diary" is right. There probably never will be a "6et. of completed and to ~~u~d~s; :: f:C: ),~~~~~~o~~~ti:n~e ~~~eJ~o c~:.::t:~: f~~~r. was never ratified documents" and the lady was lucky to leave while the going was good. in ~he end, fulfill LeniD1S predictio~ All of which proves that this theft New delegate to U.N.: "Tell me, Comrade Alienstein, have you made alread7 Which implied that, if given enough was not committed on impulse but great progress on this World Peace plan?" rope, we. would hang ourselves with- was rather a deliberate and well-plan- Old delegate: "We are here only eight years yet, Comrade Nitwitski, and we should out any mterference by Russia. ned crime. be waating our time on such things when we aot aocial probleiDI to aolve". Page 8 THI SOUTHERN CONSERVATIVI May, 1951 THI UNITED NATIONS IS A HOTBED OF HATRED, A HIDEOUT FOR SPIES AND HEADQUARTERS SINCE THE "VOICE Of AMERICA" HAS MADE NO CONVERTS AMONG ALIENS WE HAD BETTER FOR ANTI-AMERICAN CONSPIRATORS TRY IT OUT NOW ON SUBVERSIVES HERE What happened to the "world , · Like every other improper activity peace" the "unity among nations", the Go SocJaHst Young Man Political Judge Makes in which the Federal government has "collective security" the "allied re- A Political Ruling engaged in recent yeat·s, the "Voice sistance to aggressi~n" and all the And Get Subsidized Occas10natly we are remmded o£ the low ~~r~~=~~c~'~t~~:~a~h~~v~h~ys~:~a~:; ~~h~~!a~~n~:eck:fge~r~~~~~~n~o~~ i;i An ambitious young man in a South- estate of the Federal judJctary whtch is a Joseph R. McCarthy's investigation to which we were to be recipients once ern State writes us that he would result of two fo~~er pre~tdents' cute ltttle have been honeycombed with waste we had joined the United Nations? ~~et;~t ~~~:~: h':~i~~~i:e~ i~{sorc:l~ :~:::~h 0;01~~~~:n;!rs:h:~ad::~eral judges inefficiency and corruption. ' . It has been almost eight years now lege work, he hopes to engage in A forceful example is a recent ruling by Instead o;, actually being the."Voice smce Alger HISS and his associates the same sort o( activity we have Judge Luther Youngdahl, a defeated Min- of Amenca ~ the progra~l whtch l~as put into writing a United Nations chosen. · . . . . . been transmitted to foretgn countnes Charter, formulated earlier in Moscow, H h nesota pohllclan, m the Lathmore case. by State Department incompetents, and this country officially approved it. t e Jays : '~antsAto d? all ~e ~~n A Federal ga·and jury had voted seven in- turns out to have been the "Mouth~ Since that day of infamy in 1945 e~~::;en~~v~f eo~~1orr::'~~I~~~~rn°men~ ~~~:~;n~:-o~:::~:t f~~~~:i:~n~i~o:;~::I.:;,~~ piece of Propaganda'\ relaying abroad when members of the United Slates over that of any other country. before a Senate Committee where he gave :~~~ic~m;m:~~c~:~1~:te h~;;:a~: :~!: ~:anpa~~:~~!l~i:te:~ ~:~~o t!:!r:;,~:~ in ~~~;~:~efi;~~-:~;~~~ ~i~~u~i~e s~~~~ ::~~:~ statements that tur~ed out to be for the better part of twenty yegars. in this one-world plot, there has been ~ents and were _preparing to _write Youngdahl performed not only as a judge After some seven years, and un~ no peace on earth, there has been ~~:eat~ ~~~o~~fJ~n:ar~irlJph~nhl we but assumed the functions of a jury. as counted millions of dollars, t~e n~t wa1 and rumors of war and Amencan well. He threw out four counts in the in- results of thiS fantastic ventme ate soldiers are scattered around all over . "There must be big money in the dictment and prejudged the case in the reflected in the hatred and disrespect the world "from_ the hal~s o_f, Monte- kmd of stuff you turn out". three others by saying he didn't thin~ they which its recip~ents now feel and show zuma to the shm es of Tnpoh . we are all for young Americans would stand up. toward the Umted States. de';~t~e; Yt~ar~~: t~~~~:~~n~~avo~ b~;;:: ~=~fs~nfora~~~ei; :~~,~~f s~c:~~~~ They won't stand up unless tried in a . There was no precedent or author· "Police Action" in Korea and the "col- is needed but we must' advise the court where the JUdge does not under- Ity, under our Conshtubonar set-up, lective security" and uallied resistcince young man that if be is expecting fin- ~ak~ ~o pay. o_u i>ohtical debts by means of for such a program in the first place to aggression" has consisted of Amer- a!lcial rewards, he had better begin JUdlcaal dectslons. and, in view of conditions here, it is lean soldiers doing the fighting and nght now t~ line up a nic~ fat job u is understood that the unethical and the most inconsistent activity in which dying over th~re and the American as a cotton picker, or somethmg. un-judicial performance of Youngdahl will we, as a nation, could indulge. ~~~~?ers puttmg up the money to pay caC~;o~; :~Pf~~~ngor~an~~~\i~n!'t~~: !:;;orit~:,. basis of an appeal to higher Friendship cannot be purchased For having shouldered the major tivity. with the hope of profit, had bet- With the expenditure of money and part of the financial burden and fur· ter tie m With one which promotes we can only re-capture the umversal rushing the men, material and equip- Soci~lism, World Government or some Taxpayers Are Stuck respect and good will which this coun-ment in the Korean farce, we have other type of Commumst propaganda. $807 000 p r y try once enjoyed, and later forfeited, been repaid by our •:allies:· m the In that case, they will get subsidiz- ' e ear by pursuing firm and unyielding pol· ~u~;~e~~a~~~~e:vi~cl~I!~~:~~~~~· ~~: ~~db\v~~tb~~J:x-exempt Fo~ndations To Transport Brass icies which command it. nunciation by British ~ffi~ials of the the vulgar subje~~ ~t~~n~ o~;ht~!o A sm~rt newspaper reporter on the Chi- Even i[ it were an honest, authentic people and the ConstitutiOn of the b t h - 1 t · t d y t thy cago Tnbune has made an economy sug- and well-planned program what would ~~."n~~~o;~~~rsht~ {;~;ntho: ~~gr'.:;~: 1':naerfcuan ~~~I ~f ~~~~g 0 es roy e f:~~:nD!~:rt'~~~:io;h~~ ~:k:at;~~:~ ~:; it profi,; us to win converts to "Ameri-ful bums from starving. We certainly wouldn't trade our which probably will not be put into effect. camsm abroad when there are over There is not a major power in the thankless job for one of that kind; Lloyd Norman interviewed a taxicab a quarter of a million subversives United Nations which does not hate m fact, we could not wnte any other driver in Washington who pointed out to here who do not kn~w what the word this country and which would not way than as we do and if we were him the expensive process by which Penta- means and when highly-placed lead~ double-cross us at the drop of a ham- o_fJeret~ a tor\une to la~~r don the fJh~r gon big shots, as well as the small fry, _are ers in government, education, religion, mer and sickle. :~:it do~vneto t~= t~~~writ~r'~~~ tur~ ~:i~:~o~;dw!~s ga~v~re:~en:x :~~~mt~b~;~: radio, te~evision, the px:ess, tax-exempt We should demand that the United out a blank page. . Y P Foundatwns, labor umons, and other !tates Senate rescind their unfortu- B t . . . taxpayets. groups are striving constantly to swap f:t~ t~~ 8~ft~~is~~t~~~~n i~t v~~:n;f ~l sue: ac~1vft';; .~'~en~:;.b:l~~{~tJ {~~~ bea~;~~i~t~ :~!:C~c~~:h~hi:x~'J:~~=: ;~~~~ it off for "Socialism." as soon as possible, r~fose to have dulge m, we can only descnbe it by ed out. If the millions of dollars whlch have its headquarters in this country, and polntmg out that, m ~ompanson With . . been spent m purveymg the propa· give the land back to the R:ockefelle~s ~~y=li~rurch n:ouse ls an EconomiC to ~~~o;~~~a~:n t!e g~~·fi~huere:c~~r~~re 7:t:~ ganda of white and black subversives who, no doubt, would put ~t ~o use 111 cost of the WAC-driven government cars to foreign audiences had been used in !~~fonother form of subsidized sub- . . . . per year. educating young Americans in funda· B ~ithdrawin from it- an re of f{~t~r~~i~~~~ ~~~o~a~~f~~~~;:'~~~~ He didn't get the ligures but he got a mental principles of our Constitutional lng lo contribu!e ~ny more fu~ds \~~ respondent says that many liberal typical Pentagon reply: "The Army does Republic, we would not_ b~ the tremb­whole project would immediate! ' col- Democrats feel that "they never had not have the type of cost accounting which ling, quaking, shakmg victims of world lapse of its own weight for no ~ther It so good". would reflect cost figures." Commumst plotters that we are today. country on earth, except the United So Norman rolled up his sleeves and went If there is to continue to be a "Voice States! woul? be sucker _enough t? un- Frpm an official of the American to work and developed the information the of America" then, in the name of com· derwnte this . C~mmulllSt consprracy Bar Association: "The thirty copies of hard way. He found that it costs the tax- mon sense and in the interest of self .. for world socialism. 'My Night' arrived. My friends who payers approximately $807 ·~ per ~ear to preservation, ~e shou~d make it in ---------- have already received copies are roll brass hats around Washmgton, mclud- fact an "Amencan Vmce" and let it In our opinion, Paul GaiUco's story in ~hrieking and my only apprehension ing the upkeep of the WAC chauffeurs. be hea~d here at home where it has the Saturday Evening Post of May 2, on the 1~ that some one may get an apoplec- Further figuring by the reporter showed been stilled for twenty years. eoronatlon ot Elizabeth n, titled "England's be stroke. Keep up the good wor~ that if public taxicabs were used, the total ---------­Greatest Moment" is a literary classic of all and lots ,?f -power to your extraord1- cost, including tips, ~ould cost approxi- We thoroughly agree with Vance Packard tfmg, He not only depicts the glory and nary pen · mately $200,000, • savmg of $600,000 per who, writing in American Magazine on the the splendor of the crowning of an Eng- year to taxpayers. Duke and Duchess of Windsor, said in con• lish Queen but he also points out its vanity "There has never been a govern- Basing our opinion on past perform- nectlon with the failure of England to give and Its absurdity In this year of 19~3. ment which has willingly decreased ances of Pentagon geniuses, we would guess the Duke a job: "For a country that so . its own revenues, or voluntarily light- that the proposal would not even be con- obviously needs salesmen at th~ present tb!t ;'.~r:~~ ~~u~'~:~~c:~~:::1~g.;h~~ :~~~. t~~ ~Uz~~~d~~~ho~~t~~~~nt~~~ ;~~:~~th:~c~;~~~ ~::::~~:..~or no other ~:.~ •~c~e:::b::d:~:n:~~l:f l;:r:.;_ltain to lngs go, but it was another step toward in- government Wlthm reasonabl,~ bounds,!----------1---------­~!:!;~ e~~~:ri~~=•_ng~~w~l 1~heF~~te:e~~ ~~eJer:~:!o~~sert themselves -Thorn- Accordmg to off1c1a\ report. of the Com- Mlcha~l Angelo made the oanvas &low eounty, Texas, an election plan has been ~:~~~: 0!~~c~ J~nd::~~~a~:dt~~~~~~~t:t~t: :!:u~~~:~t~~;a~g::d:1::::;l:;p~:~ ~:~ in effect since 1889 which was satisfactory R~osevelt said: "Stahn ts JUSt an old Pacahc Relabons, Owen Lattimore, as edt· the elevating influence of the painter and to all In. that area except a few profes- fash1oned Democrat who wanted to save tor of Pacific Affairs, sent articles sub- the sculptor. Their success was due t<t slonal ag1tators and malcontent~- So the his country;, Truman said: "Old Joe is a mitted to him for publication, to Moscow the fact that they had ability and what it 8UPreme Court naturally struck 1t down. goJd fellow • for approval before oublishlll.i them. true tn art, 11 also true ln a:overnmen,.
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