Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 3, 1950 · Page 12
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'12 Friday Evening, November ?,-1950 Bailfl WTLLJAM A. SMALL. Prcjidem WOJ.IA-M H. JOHNSON, Entered u second cltss matter under th« act of Mtreh I, liT tnttrta ut wnna cl«s» matter Port Offlra riicirm AHMBI. . PoMtsheq Daily Exceot und» · MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TIM Aaiodatea Pre» Is entlileo exclusively !o tttr me foi retrabllwtkm of mil the (neat new? printed In this newironDer. ·. . - ·« well n all AP n«wi dlipnchu _ MEMBER Or. THE rrNTTED PRESS ASSOCIATION _MEMBER Of TOE AtlPIT BlTOEAn OF CIRCULATION* Rat«a: Rnm« Delivered In Tucson JOc Per W»k .. ,, Home Delivered OuUldit of Tucson M« · Br M»H m.X Per Year, sue Per Month-Pa.fahle In A* COAL »-B«M rOH ALL DEPARTMENTS Reviewing The Initiatives The following is a capsule summary for those who found merit in the Citizen's recommendations on the election's special measure. '·''·Bank Stockholder? Liability Because, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. covers, individual deposits up to $10,000, a constitutional provision imposing VOTE 100 YES double liability on stockholders of state banks is obsolete. The legislature approved this amendment and referred it to the voters. Maintenance Of Schools · This initiative would increase state aid to schools from $95 to $150 for every schoolchild and would establish kindergartens. Proponents contend it would reduce, local school taxes in this area, Op-yoTE 203 NO ponents deny this argument. We / oppose it on the fundamental grounds that legislation, taxation and appropriation by constitutional amendment is an improper approach. , State Board Of Education Unquestionably, the law which sets the membership of the board of education needs amendment. It is now an exclusively professional board. We opposeyojE 205 NO this initiative, however, because it would change the .present composition to an exclusively lay board. We favor a mixed professional and lay board of education. Merit Systems Note that this covers two initiatives. We oppose both of them on the grounds that elected public -officials should have the prerogative of selecting their own forces. While ·we don't endorse the abusivepoxE 107 NO qualities of the "spoils system,"p0:r£; 30! NO at the same time we cannot condone public employes being blanketed into semipermanent jobs. Your next sheriff would be saddled with the staff now in office! Legalized Gambling Nevada -and its victimized communities and people are living proof of the evils of legalized gambling. We oppose this initiative on ; moral grounds : first, on economic an- · alysis second. Legal gambling.ForE 303 NO when and if it reached^ its greatest capacity in Arizona, could not reduce The Flags Of Destiny , By George C. Sokolsky I have before me a beautiful, expensive, ready- for-framing print entitled the "Flags, of''Destiny." painted by Clarence-Switzer and issued by "The Flag of Destiny," Box 803, Church Street Annex, New York 8, New York.. It is apparently being sent to chambers of commerce and similar, organizations. ' , This print shows an American flag all but obliterated by the United Nations flag. The UN flag is shown,in full. The American flag is given about an inch on top, and an inch on the flagpole Journalistic Mawkishness By Weitbrool Peqlsr ; NSW YORK, Nov. 3.--Roy Howard; with whom I worked, and fought,- ever since , 19ifl, has just published a statement. of his personal editorial policy which set; forth the miserable mawkishness of too much of our journalism. A customer had threatened to quit taking his two-faced paper unless he should "get rid of your two pro-Communist writers, Eleanor Rooseveit and Thomas L. Stokes," Mr. Howard ran a long-winded, fugitive reply. .Instead of an honest admission that ha was running this stuff as an anchor to windwai-d and-because a man must eat, he resorted to the formulated, mercenary cant which has brought the constitution into contempt and peril, and side, and pokes out slightly at the bottom, sticking corrupted not only much of our journalism but the out under the UN flag. . In a word, the UN flag is printed over the American flag. taxes as much as sound, sensible administration of state government could. ; . Excise (Salet) Taxation This initiative is contingent, on passage of the school aid measure (102-103). It would raise the approximately $8,000,000 needed to finance the basic school bill.. If the school bill is passed, this is riot^yg 303 jy0 the way to pay for it. Sales taxes fall heaviest on those least able to afford them. It would be amoral ito assign this great burden of expense on'the'middle and low-income families of Arizona. . Local Option We are against local option because of the burning memories we have of the sinful forces that : dance attendance on prohibition. High crime rates, excessive drinking of non- inspected .alcohol, bootleggingFOTE 397 ## and hijacking are but a few of the direct results .of prohibition.-'' Then, too, there is .the definitely unconstitutional violation of the secret ballot that is prescribed in this initiative. Workmen 1 ! Compensation We oppose this initiative because it is an inadequate correction of an initiative error Arizona seems to have made two years ago. We recommend the entire workmen's compensation law be thoroughlyp0j£; #09 jy0 studied, redrafted and resubmitted to the people. Intent of this recommendation is to produce a law mutually satisfactory to labor, moviemakers, premium payers and private insurance carriers, Social Security ($75 Pension) This measure would lead to annual expenditures in.excess of $10,000,000, according to Welfare Commissioner Harry Hill. A minimum of $75 per month for Arizona's aged citi- 2ens, : specifically eliminating rel-FOTE 313 NO atives'responsibility a n d condi- . . - . - , tions of employment as considerations of payment, would drive many a taxpayer out of the state. We simply cannot afford a dole.. Employment Security Again, note this refers to two initiatives. Increasing unemployment benefits from $240 to .$650 and extendingp0TE 315 NO those benefits to migrant agri-yoJE 317 NQ cultural workers is a generous but foolhardy-concept. It would be the rapid road to bankruptcy. · · The law concerning the American flag.is clear, in accordance with the joint resolution of congress, signed by the President on June 22, 1942: It is the in tent-that: "The flag should never be used for .advertising purposes in any manner whatsoever, nor . be embroidered on such articles as cushions or handkerchiefs and the like, printed or otherwise impressed on paper napkins or boxes or anything that is designed for temporary use and discard; or used as any portion of a costume or athletic uniform. . ." I do not know, whether this print is an advertisement for UN, or propaganda. But it is definitely a blasphemous insult to any American who loves his country. It said to me when I saw it first that the United States, is on its way out and that some mongrel creature, the United Nations, is taking its place. Here is an explanation of this "Flags of Destiny;" issued a's a circular by A. D. Whiteside, president of pun and Bradstreet, Inc.: "Siiiee 1776, to every American the stars and stripes have symbolized the destiny of the nation. From 1950, on, to the people of the world, the United Nations flag will symbolize the destiny of all nations, as the flag of each member of the United Nations bears equal value- with the flag of every other nation large o_r small." This was written on October 24, 1950, after the Korean-war was being fought to a finish and the French Indo-China- war was started; it' was written -before the invasion of Tibet. It was published while Malik and Vishinsky were vituperating against the United States and the Chinese Communists were mounting a new -war against us in Korea, French Indo-China and Tibet, It was written during the fifth year of a cold and hot war, fought against the United Slates by Soviet Russia. It was written after the United Nations was all but killed by a Russian boycott; was resurrected by the United-States, which placed an army and $10,000,000,000 of wealth'under its nom- patriotism of millions who^use it for pabulum. His aim is "to attract to our columns all people of open minds and goodwill who still believe in freedom of opinion and action' under our constitution, the safeguard, of all freedoms." .Tom Stokes is about as open-minded as the grand lama of Tibet. I have read .his, columns. They indicate to me that he is a sedative writer without originality of thought or expression. He has never had it put to him to gtate his principles, if any. He has never undertaken to reconcile the program of the New Deal-with dollar- economy or the plain provisos' and forbiddos of our constitution. The Roosevelt woman is not a journalist at all. Her ethical example has been scandalous and she is frankly. a propagandist for the most subversive proposals · ever put'forth in this country. - She proposed the drafting and compulsory transportation of woman for enforced labor at fixed wages by bureaucrats, including the vicious libertines o f , h e r long regime in the Whita House. She proposed the confiscation- of the people's earnings above $25,000. Given this limitation, cribbed from an official Communist platform, the limit could be lowered to zero and the people reduced to serfdom. In both instances, she knew what she was up to. She entertained Communists in the White House, although Communists are, per se, traitors. She has been frankly attacked by Cardinal Spellman as an enemy of the Catholic faith and community. Mr. Howard has never given the same, forum to any enemy of any other .religious or racial group nor would he dare to do so. Mr, Howard's sonorous but meaningless implication that these two "believe in freedom of opinion and action under our constitution, the safeguard of all our freedoms," dissolves like a cigaret ash under the touch/ This is a trembling salute to the' enemies of the constitution now that they are in great majority and growing stronger. He is no't ignorant but clever when he says "despite certain present-day forces in Washington, this is still a democracy." , He knows this never was intended to be a democracv TRYING TO GET THEIR BEARINGS --By Dotcling t)bio State By Two Touchdowns COLUMBIA, Ohio, Nov. 3.-- By Robert C. R u a r k . inal but not substantial command. It was written while Soviet Russia had found a new weapon to destroy the authority of the United Nations by making its secretary-general's tenure and functions subject to its veto. Apparently, Mr. Whiteside does not note all this. He does not note that the United States has already reported more than 26,000 casualties in Korea. And these reports are always far behind the'-precise truth. Yet, India, which has not a casualty to record, although it, too, is, a member of the United Nations, has been introducing measures to sabotage our very dead. Mr. Whiteside says: "It is not unreasonable to believe that in the not-distant future all nations, joined through the United Nations, will live in a period of unending peace based upon international justice. And-every .-flag of every nation will be a symbol ' of progress toward a type of world civilization which up to this time could not have been sensibly visualized." ,, f · . . . · i i . i_ T y * uuu L ueuv luciL ii. Kttve us an eene iteiujx. JLijer* Of course, it is unreasonable .to believe any- was no opportun - ity to take a toe cens , ]Si but we wiggled and might be a true republic still but for the likes of him in their mewling eagerness to be thought well of. by a corrupt rabble. He needs no telling that the republican S3'stem is a safeguard against the fatal evils of democracy. There have been enough lassons and debate by now to. prove to any honest mind that the founding fathers rejected democracy for reasons of sound political hygiene. The current persistent^ professional fomentation of hatred among us by "Democrats" and "Liberals" has created the worst situa'tion since the church-burnings in Philadelphia, Worcester and New Orleans before the Civil War. As for the political purity of democracy, the proof lies in the decline of public morals to a point below the depravity of Grant's administration, the 'previous all-time low. An editor should not be other-handed nor let the customers make his principles for him. An editor'has no excuse in morals or ethics for .printing ideas which he knows to be false and meretricious. He is supposed to have a mind of his own and use it. A man needs guts to edii, -but only kapok to whine that the "other side" must be heard. The "other side", is always the wrong Bide to a real editor. (S 1350, King Features) · ARE TVE OX THE WAY OUT? Science haj a nasty habit of springing things on us l^hen we are least prepared. Just the other day, for example, we had entered the office with a good deal of enthusiasm for the Job ahead, our lungs full of October's top quality air and our, mind made up that mankind was" entering an'era of progress, peace and good-will. But one of the first items we spotted was a little story- out of Tucson, 'quoting Dr. Bertram Kraus of the- University o'f Arizona to the effect that man will shrink to a height of two feet in another million years. That took a lot out of us. What is the use, we wondered, to build a finer, more spacious world for a. posterity of runts? But that wasn't the worst of it. We read on and discovered that Dr.. Kraus based his prediction on "phenomena now occurring in the human body." "The human face," he said, "is diminishing in size and' modern man is losing his little toes and third molars. Future generations may not have either." We don't deny that it gave us an eerie feeling. Fellow American?, although drifted this way to take a look at the heated political situation, I solemnly swear I will come out for nobody, and if anybody finds the words "grass roots" or "hustings" in this piece I will turn, in my rubber ducks. It is my. solemn duty to report ;that in Ohio, which is torn asun- "der by the senatorial conflict between Bob Taft-and Joe Ferguson, interest in football still obtains. I have not yet been able to discover who else is running for office. There is a spirited contest for governor and some other, odd jobs, but the focus .seems' to. be on Taft, Ferguson, and Michigan. Michigan is- funning for office against Ohio State; Mr. Taft has taken to television with the alacrity of Milton Berle, and may regularly be seen with a new kind of cleavage, a loiv-cut vest. Smiling Bob, I believe they call him out here, and if he loses I imagine .the Kudner Agency, which handles his stuff, can book him into something pretty juicy. They also handle Mr, Berle. · Mr. Ferguson, who is called jumping Joe, because wherever 3'ou. are, there he is, is leaning more on postcards and children and the CIO-PAC. Mr. Ferguson is popularly supposed to have a larger mailing list than Sears- Roebuck, which is not running for office this year. He also has more children than anybody in his league, three boys and four girls, plus a scattered handful of grandchildren. It is ho dark secret that the CIO loves Mr. Ferguson somewhat more dearly than life itself, while Mr. Taft'lias been forced to counter with a weak -left called Labor League for Taft. I would venture that this is not .a southpaw : organization, .but who can trust whom these days? The contest so far has been awfully bitter. Mr. Ferguson's henchmen have, made a deter- mined cast for the kiddies'with a rather scurrilous comic bopk ·which."depicts 1 '.Mr. Taft "as -vine fellow who. slew Cock Robin, poisoned Santa Claus and beat up Hopalong Cassidy. In the same brochure, Mr. Ferguson is strongly exhibited as the man who invented motherhood, who favors'the U. S-. ma- .rines, and who is'four-square for dogs, cats and the common ice- cream . cone. The. same book. shows Kfr. Taft's f friends and backers as J. P. Morganish ogres who subsist exclusively; off widows and orphans, while Mr; Ferguson's associates, are blended, of such pure' ingredients.- that all seem slightly bald without haloes.- Many jokes;^re current among the yeomen. One semi-neutral slogan' runs: "Kick Taft out of Washington-and Ferguson out of Ohio," and would seem to Indicate displeasure with 5 both, but. with the elective .nod-, toward · Jumping-Joseph's :cSrner. : ' ' ·The pro-Taft legions have quoted Mr. Ferguson as saying: "Formosa? I carried it in the last election, and I - can carry it again," Another ;-antl : Ferguspn quip has quoted him- on foreign policy. "Beat Michigan" is sup-, posed to be his stand; and I think it remarkably'succinct-for-these troubled .times. In answer to these canards the sarcasm . people have rigged squelcher. "The only trouble with Bob," they say, "is that he's too sexy for television." This is regarded by neutral, observers, such as me, as inaccurate. ·- Mr. Taft has lately taken long strides in tits direction of complete liberalism. He was walked out on recently by some listeners during a speech Irt'the upstate; steel-mill section, and applauded the departure of the dissenters. He said he did not want to talk to 1 a captive audience. So here, finally, is" my prediction: Ohio State will beat Michigan by two touchdowns. thing like that. Nothing in the history of Europe or Asia during the past cenfury or the past decade offers any such conclusion. This is mere romanticism, interesting and comforting, if you have nothing else to do. There was a time when, in this country, if anybody tried to cover the American flag by any other flag, in any town, in any schoojl, anywhere under any circumstances, an American would be a man. and do his duty. It cannot be that we have become so degenerate that Old Glory is to be covered up and hidden. . - (© 1950, King Features) What Others Are Saying Prohibiting Segregation ..-'. Continuation of Arizona's segregation law; is without foundation in American morality. 'Likewise, it is economically stupid-to VOTE 318 yES build two school facilities where V , ;" one will .suffice,: Note'that you must vote Yes. if 'you are opposed to segregation, for this measure is .written: to..;pROHIBIT iegrtgatioru '·_*--- ' . . . ' . . Harvard University has added genuine distinction; to its faculty of government -by appointing Ralph Bunche to a full professorship, The U.N.'s Palestine mediator, who received the Nobel Peace Prize for his notable contribution to peace in the Middle East, Dr. Bunche is a teacher who has, helped make history arid to shape current government. His courses should be popular,for what he has done as well as for what he knows. Now that the latest news about this grandson of a slave has been released/we suspect that many universities are wishing they, had invited him to -their faculties. The mind and purpose of Ralph Bunche would adorn any, college staff. --St., Louis Post Dispatch. ~ ' ' · - ' - There's the promise of good business for a year and then the threat of disaster -if : inflation isn't halted. In other words,'it can't,-be a 90-mile pace" 'regardless of highway conditions--sharp curves, frequent hills,'heavy-traffic and the like.--Kansas ' ' them in our shoes, and it felt as though they were all there. As for our third molars, we know we still, have them because we bought them from a very reputable dentist not long ago. .But what really worried us was the' size of our face. Sort of surreptitiously we looked in the^ mirror of the crgaret machine. And it did look smaller, but maybe that was Just-'an optical allusion, caused by the fact that the years have given us so much extra in the way of jowl and scalp that the face proper suffers .somewhat in comparison, the way a small picture may in an over-heavy frame, -· On the whole, we decided we .were probably all right so far, but the future still worried us. Is that really the way mankind is going to end up--2 feet tall, S-ioed and short on teeth? . _ ' Whether tilings will actually work-out that way, we don't know. And neither, we suspect, does Dr. Kraus, but we' advise everybody to.keep an eye on his little toes.. It may be later than we think.--Kansas City Star. Try And Stop Me . . By Bennett Cerf According, to a London rumor, the-Duchess of Windsor Inadvertently let .the.cat out o£ the bag about Edward's abdication two full days before the story, was officially released. She was engaged' in a high-stake bridge game. At the conclusion of one hand,.her partner asked "Whatever happened to the king?" The Duchess absent-mindedly remarked, "Hadn't you heard? 1 He's going to abdicate!" r * * » » Lana Turner appeared for a dinner one evening at Romanoff's in a daring, low-cut evening, gown.' Attached to a fragile chain around her neck was a golden replica o£ an airplane--an exquisite piece of workmanship which nestled there provocatively. "Prince ; .Mike" Romanoff asked Charles-Brackett, "What 3q you think of Lana's airplane?"- "Lovely,".breathed'Brackett ecstatically, "and what,a landing field!" '· '· · * . . » . * * I like the story .that's come-down from Sing Sing--of the condemned'man walking to the electric chair,, oblivious :o the-attendants surrounding him, reading a copy of 'Quick"! ' · . .'.. · ~ ; .^ ' WASHINGTON, Is T ov. 3. --This Is the -thing that makes. you gnash- your teeth and want to tear a few state department con- fusionists limb f r o m . limb. · The "Voice of America," which has just asked for another S45,- OOOJOOO to continue, with its gibberish, recently completed a costly movie to- which it gave the title "In Defense of Peace." This expensive film production was designed to be shown abroad, the theory being that would-be '.warmongers would see it,, repent of their wickedness, and go forth from the movie theater as cooing doves of peace. The state department's voicers announced impressively .that ar- .rangements were being made for a premiere in one of the world capitals. But where has this world premiere actually taken place? At a Democratic campaign rally in Bristow, Okla., (1940 popula tion 6,050). * * · « It was' premiered the other night before a gathering of 100 ·or so 'bored and puzzled Oklahomans (not one of whom is liable to start a global war on his own) by Rep. Tom Steed, of Shawnee, who is running for reelection from the 4th Oklahoma district. Mr. Steed further bewildered his listeners by informing them 1 that the "Voice of America" had /'made the picture available to me exclusively." * * * * I have never regarded Senator Clauds Pepper, the lame duck from Florida, as a nimble wit or master of light repartee. But I see now where he claims to.be quits a jokester. . . The erstwhile playmate of you- know-whats,. who got Smathered in the Florida primaries, turned up in Hong Kong the other day with Mrs. Pepper, who has always considered herself t-lie senator. They .are supposed t o be touring for the senate foreign relations committee, of which on« - -of -them- is. ·* member,. A Teeth-Gnasher By Georgs Dixon although why--seeing they will be. out the first of. the j-ear-- would ' seem -to need some explanation. · They went abroad, at the taxpayers' expense, . back about Labor '.day, the ostensible ^purpose being to-attend sessions, of the interparliamentary conference in Dublin. -But'that wound up-weeks and weeks ago. The Peppers just kept on traveling, ignoring protests from many sources against this kind of lame' duck junketing. ' It was in Hong Kong that Senator Pepper (the male one) entered his claim as a wit. It came after lie greeted British Ambassador Sir Esler Dening with. "It's a!v.'5$s. nice to meet a fellow traveler."' Senator · Pepper quickly assured newspapermen it was - a joke--"I meant it strictly literally, of course." Hum! * * · · A correspondent who signs himself "Trygve Acheson, Global Editor, P Street Shopping News," which, may well be a pseudonym, brings' me up to date as follows: "Dear Mr. Dixon: I have just read;your interview with a farsighted statesman in which he describes the coming -national necessity of making little boys grow faster so they can be sent tc war. . "Anyone who has the interest of the universe at heart: recog-' nizes that we must discover artificial methods of making infants shoot up so- they can be shot up. ; "Otherwise we will soon' run out of young, males of military age' and be unable to meet our commitments, all over the world. believe you, would, have called this quick-growth the' vertical youth, movement, if you had ;hought of it. "But it seems, from-this-news- japer clipping, tliat the move- nent already ,is under-way: '"Greea Island, N. T. (!P}~~-· William -p.; Maloney_ Jr,, who will Those Sound Trucltx By 'BUGS' BAfciv:, ^ A reader says to.me that;'noth- jng:you : write makes no sense;. Somewhere.' In '.that''' line ·' theft lurks -the makings', of'·'.»".'large education'. of,-.ign6rance. , · . '·-. I'm doing all right for a genius whose career has .the wheelbase of a roller skate.'- ' . ",'y .. : : . Right now I'm trying to find out if a sound .truck has :a soul; If you are running for'.off ice . -you, can. hire one. of- those'port- ble hustings and be defeated . good and loud. . . ' . ··:-·-.·'. I am in a strange city lastv/eelc where a feliow is skidding ,':for city, council. We get stalled'.In back, of hjs sound .truck which'is . scattering his 'voiceVfar and; wild... The most popular record.In the world Is the sluff of your own chinnings being magnavoxeAMo the zenith. of the' acoustics./vJt ·, saj-s this candidate has-.never broken a promise, carried^out: a threat or picked Up a.i-dinner · .check. He has never adjustedsa · 'bicycle seat, smuggled ioysters into an "R"-less month'.; or car-, ried a bundle by'the string.'- ;-:;· ' It just happens that J.'am tak- ing.a pleasure cruise in a'sound- truck myself. What's.the use'.pf -traveling · incognito -.if--.you hate to be Ignored? 'Sol-answer the candidate ; back on my extrovert megaphone. Tcall him a-'big bum, robber of orphans and'widows and a menace to navigation.-.:···"· ·That's where Verdi got 'thft idea of writing a duet of-'sourid- trucks into the "Boiler Makervof .Seville.!" I. don't know whether the candidate was a Republican ·or Democrat. That would : -h'aye been of interest only to-anottier . ·hippopotamus. . · ' · . · . ' · " . " · Right. when my souricMruck. was demanding a recount : flie traffic. lights' switched from, red to green. I was swept across the state line by a popular 'majpritvj The menace, of a ' sound-truck is it never retracts a statement . It .Is a- Frankenstein:'with,-'!» summer replacement in a trailer.' It can be used for other purposes. How ; about picketing the works: after an argument with' the wife?. The soft-boiled answer that turneth away wrath neyer got elected. I remember the ' editor, of a local paper "getting mixed up in a campaign against burlesque. The manager of the "burley house hired a .sound truck and got out screaming editions with hiccups, sneezes and Bronx view halloos. - ; · I am sponsoring'a campaign-to make'the sound truck unconstitutional; The only thing worse than » whispered lie fs a loud truth,. (© 1950, King-Features:) ;·, In a bygone age, cities competed for sheer size arid--,numbers. T.oday the competition;-is oh a different ..plane. Progress'-Js to be. measured not by bulk but by the success of each community in malcing itself a better place in which to live, to work and- to play. ' · - . : : . The value of what is must -be conserved, and new values of : a more efficient and livable city created. In face .of! this challenge no city can afford smugness, for none has reached perfection.-St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Now it's a scientific theory that rain-making which only increased drought in a portion of -the southwest actually served to create-extra moisture In an already fav- - ored section to the east. Hereafter it might be a. good idea'to start- the rain-making J n ' a wet .spot and trust to radiation.-Kansas City Times. be 4: in December, received;'-* draft .card yesterday. '"The Albany county, draft board classified Billy as, 4-A, meaning lie has seen - previous service. \ . . , " . - · ; . " . ." 'Billy's daddy served In World War II and he received his draft card several .months .ago. "'As for Billy, he declared: "I don't wanna go in the army."'" Adds Mr. Trygve,.. Acheson: "Billy's attitude: indicates^ rieed- of .indoctrination, .mental'f'condi- tioning, and spiritual adjustment. If we. were, to tolerate his reac- tionism we-would never-havt an infant-ry worthy of thername," ,(© 1950, King,,,F.eatures)_,., _f*

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