Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 15, 1961 · Page 23
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 23

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- IV- REPUBLIC 14 The Arltena Republic • S«./Aptfll 15, 1981 Postmaster Requests Nickel Stamp WASHINGTON (AP)-.Tust like his predecessor, Postmaster General J. Edward Day asked Congress yesterday to increase postal rates and wipe out the postal deficit. For most Americans the increase would mean sticking a five- cent stamp instead of a four-cent stamp on their envelopes. Tn total, the increased rates would bring in $741 million a year. Former Postmaster General Arthur E. Summerficld requested similar increases in the past several years, but Congress took no action. The heart of Day's request was a one-cent boost on each of the most common forms of American mail. His proposed rates: First-class letters— five cents an ounce. Postal cards— four cents. Air "mail letters— eight cents an ounce. Air postal cards— six cents. Golclwater ASU Speaker TEMPE-The largest graduating class in Arizona State University history will hear Sen. Barry M. Goldwater, R-Ariz., deliver the commencement address May 30. Announcement that Sen. Goldwater had accepted an invitation to deliver the address at ASU's 75th commencement came yesterday from Dr. G. Homer Durham, ASU president. A member of the U.S. Senate since 1953. the speaker has achieved national prominence as a leader of conservative forces. "His book, "Conscience of a Conservative," has reached best-seller status. Arizona PEO Awards Scholarships To Four DOUGLAS—Scholarships to Cottey College, Nevada, Mo., yesterday were awarded to Jean Petersen, Winslow, Sylvia James, Mesa, Russell Ann Borcherding, Flagstaff, and Carol Krahl, Phoenix. Awarding the scholarships was the Arizona State Chapter of the PEO Sisterhood. . s Republic Photo FIESTA JITNEY—This 1901 Ford, with Jean Wes- olovvski, 464 W. Cheery Lyfcn, driving, is being used to give children rides at St. Francis Xavier Fiesta which is being held this weekend on church grounds at 4715 N. Central. Governor Expresses Alarm Over State Land Inventory j£X Wdck.Say* Politics Out (Continued From Page 1) awful lot of pressure from the National Educational Association and textbooks being down their throats. crammed "Many of our teachers would be all right if given the chance to be good conservative Americans." This is one of the purposes of the John Birch Society, he said. Welch said that his society believes Communists should be allowed to use the freedoms guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution, even though they, the Communists, wish only "to destroy these freedoms" of free press, speech, assembly and fifth amendment. "They (Communists) should be allowed to use these freedoms un- The governor yesterday expressed alarm at the latest Ari- do a lot of letter-writing to newspaper editors, friends, and politicians to help influence public opinion against communism." • Welch cited a recent speech of Khrushchev, while he was In this country, In which he stated one of the goals Party fs to of the Communist "destroy all anti- til such time as communism is declared illegal. We must bo extremely careful," he said, until these people are declared "criminal conspirators, then wr will have grounds for restricting their rights." ASKED IF he thought the Communist Party would ever be outlawed. Welch said it is "possible." 'We may see this come with liberal support," he said, but outlawing the Communist Party actually has no effect on combating communism. HP cited Egypl and Venezuela where communism is outlawed but the countries are "run and controlled by Communists." As far as the John Birch Society's being investigated, Welch said such an investigation would cause investigators a "lot of embarrassment" due Jo the many Communist organizations." "His purpose ic to knock us off first, then progress to all other anti-CQmmunlsm groups in the United States," said Welch. "WE'RE tirvtNG him trouble, though," said Welch. "For ihe first time, here is an organiza tion which is dedicated find taking action." Former Supreme Court Justice M. T. Phelps, introducing Welch at the hotel last night, said he had been a member of the John Birch Society since its inception a little over two years ago. Said Judge Phelps: "I am proud of my membership i in the John Birch Society. 1 have confidence in this man who organized it." Welch made the following points in his speech: "THE PRINCIPLE of reversal is Communist strategy. They eminent "have been taken stead, lly down the road to communism by steps supposedly designed, and presented to the American people, as ways of Fighting communism. The whole foreign aid program is an excellent example, "There are 7,000 Protestant clergymen who are Communists or Comunist sympathizers. Protestant ministers do not become Communists, but Communists do become Protestant ministers. "MORE THAN f>8 per cent of federal employes are loyal and patriotic Americans even todjy when Communists Infiltration has reached its highest peak, but they have unwittingly helped implement Communist goals. "Thn Communists have now reached the point where they can count on just as complete contro of the whole United Nations ap.- paratus as they need." good tion. Americans in the organiza- acres of Hopi Indian lands among its holdings, The report said inclusion of the zona land inventory showing that only 12.03 per cent of the state's total area is private land subject) H °P' lands brin 8 s federal holdings to taxation. I in Arizona as of last June 30 to Previous inventories had indicated 15.9 per cent of the land in Arizona was privately held, noted Gov. Paul Fannin, an'advocate of 74.28 per cent of the total land in the state. Another 13.69 per cent is held by the State'Land Depa/t- ment. "OUR PURPOSE is to fight communism," said Welch. "We intend to promote a program of action as we have done so far." Asked what action the group has taken, Welch said his group has show the film "Operation Aboli- jtiori" more times than all other I anti-communism organiz a t i o n 3 combined, as well as the film "Communism on the Map." "The group provides educated anti-Communist speakers for communities around the country. We eventual transfer of much federal) That , eaves 12 . 03 per cent ,„' land in the state into state and'nrivate hands i private ownership. ' ; The latest inventory report was compiled by the Arizona Depart- 1 ment of Mineral Resources from federal and state land department President reports. It said the federal government in previous inventories inadvertently failed to list 1,840,909.8 FINN TO VISIT U.S. HELSINKI (AP) - Finland's Urho Kekkonen will visit the United States this year, the Finnish foreign office said yesterday. No date was set. . have used this principle and conquest by catch-phrase to further their aims. By the 'liberation ol Cuba,' for instance, the Comntu nists mean the imposing on Cuba of a tyranical Communist dicta torship. "Catch-phrases were used by Communists to help elect President Franklin Roosevelt to a third term; to help prevent Sen. Robert A. Taft from getting the Republican presidential nomination in 1952, and to combat the late Sen. Joseph R. 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