' MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1949 1 .>. A Friendly Message To Our Many Friends: . Con this job be done by the federal government? This is the one test that should be used with respect to what functions in the federal government should undertake. - rtltaur ° nt *' sterw ' railr ° Q <fc' snips, housing, medicine, ir> - V °" bUiinMWS inW which the fed * ral 9»v*rnment ha, f, The lift „ olmort .ndl.u. Th« American Taxpayer* Association tells us that the governm.nt It now in ov.r 100 bu.in., 5ei competing with privot, enterprise. ; This is not enough, nowiv. r , Th« well paid ntutnm and meddlers in Waihingten desire to control these things which th*v cannot *vn or carry on. Federal officials are, therefore, ,n, e ct,ng themselves into th* affairs of nearly every farmer, every tenant of city hbuses, <3nc| every family. :> ;/j Unde;rdi3cuwionnowj SQn am«ndm€iitte the ftdtrgl constituti6n, which states, 'The federalgovernment i s probibited from investing or expending public funds ih order to carry on any bMs.ness or service customarily carried on by privott enterprise for profit." Such an amendment would definitely take the federal tfwnment out of th* field of ori, vate enterprise, and would tend to r*tor» our loea! and statt governments to their proper tynet!Qns and prevent the destrwctien of private tntt rprist. This Ad Sponsored by the M«»hbm of the Blytheville R« o | S,f 0tf p ffl fors Association , Jr. •.a • iij t.'i •sit.
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